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C18-46AGREEMENT FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES BY INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR (KOA Corporation) THIS AGREEMENT FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES BY INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR is made and effective as of the 19th day of June. 2018, by and between the CITY OF BEAUMONT, a general law city, ("CITY") whose address is 550 E. 6th Street, Beaumont, California 92223 and KOA Corporation whose address is 3190 C. ShelbN Street. Ontario. CA 91764 ("CONTRACTOR"). RECITALS This Agreement is entered into on the basis of the following facts, understandings and intentions of the parties to this Agreement: A. On July 18, 2018, City Council authorized a Request for Proposals ("RFP") for the California Avenue Grade Separation Project, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit "A". B. CONTRACTOR made a proposal ("Proposal") to the CITY to provide such professional services, which Proposal is attached hereto as Exhibit `B"; and C. CITY desires to engage CONTRACTOR to provide Engineering Desitin Services for the California Avenue Grade Seiaration_Pro ect; and D. CONTRACTOR agrees to provide such services pursuant to, and in accordance with, the terms and conditions of this Agreement, and represents and warrants to CITY that CONTRACTOR possesses the necessary skills, licenses, certifications, qualifications, personnel and equipment to provide such services. AGREEMENT NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the foregoing Recitals and mutual covenants contained herein, CITY and CONTRACTOR agree as follows: 1. Term of ALreement. This Agreement is effective as of the date first above written and shall continue until terminated as provided for herein. Notwithstanding anything in this Agreement to the contrary, this Agreement shall automatically terminate after two (2) year unless extended by the parties with the approval of the City Council of the CITY. 2. Services to be Performed. CONTRACTOR agrees to provide the services ("Services") as follows: Engineering Desmon Services per Exhibit "A" and Exhibit `B". All Services shall be performed in the manner and according to the timeframe set forth in the Proposal. CONTRACTOR designates Min,-, Guan as CONTRACTOR'S professional responsible for overseeing the Services provided by CONTRACTOR. 3. Associates and Subcontractors. CONTRACTOR may, at CONTRACTOR's sole Page 1 of 9 cost and expense, employ such competent and qualified independent associates, subcontractors and consultants as CONTRACTOR deems necessary to perform the Services; provided, however, that CONTRACTOR shall not subcontract any of the Services without the written consent of CITY. 4. Compensation. 4.01 CONTRACTOR shall be paid at the rates set forth in the Proposal and shall not increase any rate without the prior written consent of the CITY. Notwithstanding anything in this Agreement to the contrary, total fees and charges paid by CITY to CONTRACTOR under this Agreement shall not exceed Three hundred ninety thousand and one hundred ninety three dollars ($390,193) for satisfactory completion of Phases I and II as provided in the RFP and Proposal. In addition and subject to the advanced written consent of the City Council, which may be given or not given as determined by the City Council in its sole and absolute discretion, an additional seven hundred nine thousand and four hundred seventy three dollars ($709,473) for the satisfactory completion of Phases III and IV as provided in the RFP and Proposal for a possible grand total of one million ninety nine thousand, six hundred sixty six dollars (1,099,666). 4.02 CONTRACTOR shall not be compensated for any Services rendered nor reimbursed for any expenses incurred in excess of those authorized unless approved in advance by the CITY, in writing. 4.03 CONTRACTOR shall submit to CITY, on or before the fifteenth (15t") of each month, itemized invoices for the Services rendered in the previous month. The CITY shall not be obligated to pay any invoice that is submitted more than sixty (60) days after the due date of such invoice. CITY shall have the right to review and audit all invoices prior to or after payment to CONTRACTOR. This review and audit may include, but not be limited to CITY's: a. Determination that any hourly fee charged is consistent with this Agreement's approved hourly rate schedule; b. Determination that the multiplication of the hours billed times the approved rate schedule dollars is correct; C. Determination that each item charged is the usual, customary, and reasonable charge for the particular item. If CITY determines an item charged is greater than usual, customary, or reasonable, or is duplicative, ambiguous, excessive, or inappropriate, CITY shall either return the bill to CONTRACTOR with a request for explanation or adjust the payment accordingly, and give notice to CONTRACTOR of the adjustment. 4.04 If the work is satisfactorily completed, CITY shall pay such invoice within thirty (30) days of its receipt. Should CITY dispute any portion of any invoice, CITY shall pay the undisputed portion within the time stated above, and at the same time advise CONTRACTOR in writing of the disputed portion. 2 Oblivations of CONTRACTOR. 5.01 CONTRACTOR agrees to perform all Services in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement and the Proposal. In the event that the terms of the Proposal shall conflict with the terms of this Agreement, or contain additional terms other than the Services to be rendered and the price for the Services, the terms of this Agreement shall govern and said additional or conflicting terms shall be of no force or effect. 5.02 Except as otherwise agreed by the parties, CONTRACTOR will supply all personnel, materials and equipment required to perform the Services. CONTRACTOR shall provide its own offices, telephones, vehicles and computers and set its own work hours. CONTRACTOR will determine the method, details, and means of performing the Services under this Agreement. 5.03 CONTRACTOR shall keep CITY informed as to the progress of the Services by means of regular and frequent consultations. Additionally, when requested by CITY, CONTRACTOR shall prepare written status reports. 5.04 CONTRACTOR is responsible for paying, when due, all income and other taxes, fees and withholding, including withholding state and federal taxes, social security, unemployment and worker's compensation, incurred as a result of the compensation paid under this Agreement. CONTRACTOR agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless CITY for any claims, costs, losses, fees, penalties, interest, or damages suffered by CITY resulting from CONTRACTOR's failure to comply with this provision. 5.05 In the event CONTRACTOR is required to prepare plans, drawings, specifications and/or estimates, the same shall be furnished in conformance with local, state and federal laws, rules and regulations. 5.06 CONTRACTOR represents that it possesses all required licenses necessary or applicable to the performance of Services under this Agreement and the Proposal and shall obtain and keep in full force and effect all permits and approvals required to perform the Services herein. In the event CITY is required to obtain an approval or permit from another governmental entity, CONTRACTOR shall provide all necessary supporting documents to be filed with such entity. 5.07 CONTRACTOR shall be solely responsible for obtaining Employment Eligibility Verification information from CONTRACTOR's employees, in compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, Pub. L. 99-603 (8 U.S.C. 1324a), and shall ensure that CONTRACTOR's employees are eligible to work in the United States. 5.08 In the event that CONTRACTOR employs, contracts with, or otherwise utilizes any CalPers retirees in completing any of the Services performed hereunder, such instances shall be disclosed in advance to the CITY and shall be subject to the CITY's advance written approval. 5.09 Drug-free Workplace Certification. By signing this Agreement, the CONTRACTOR hereby certifies under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the CONTRACTOR will comply with the requirements of the Drug -Free Workplace Act of 1990 (Government Code, Section 8350 et seq.) and will provide a drug- free workplace. 5.10 CONTRACTOR shall comply with all applicable local, state and federal laws, rules, regulations, entitlements and/or permits applicable to, or governing the Services authorized hereunder. 6. Insurance. CONTRACTOR hereby agrees to be solely responsible for the health and safety of its employees and agents in performing the Services under this Agreement and shall comply with all laws applicable to worker safety including but not limited to Cal -OSHA. Therefore, throughout the duration of this Agreement, CONTRACTOR hereby covenants and agrees to maintain insurance in conformance with the requirements set forth below. If existing coverage does not meet the requirements set forth herein, CONTRACTOR agrees to amend, supplement or endorse the existing coverage to do so. CONTRACTOR shall provide the following types and amounts of insurance: 6.01 Commercial general liability insurance in an amount of not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence and $2,000,000 in the aggregate; CONTRACTOR agrees to have its insurer endorse the general liability coverage required herein to include as additional insured's CITY, its officials, employees and agents. CONTRACTOR also agrees to require all contractors and subcontractors to provide the same coverage required under this Section 6. 6.02 Business Auto Coverage in an amount no less than $1 million per accident. If CONTRACTOR or CONTRACTOR's employees will use personal autos in performance of the Services hereunder, CONTRACTOR shall provide evidence of personal auto liability coverage for each such person. 6.03 Workers' Compensation coverage for any of CONTRACTOR's employees that will be providing any Services hereunder. CONTRACTOR will have a state -approved policy form providing statutory benefits as required by California law. The provisions of any workers' compensation will not limit the obligations of CONTRACTOR under this Agreement. CONTRACTOR expressly agrees not to use any statutory immunity defenses under such laws with respect to CITY, its employees, officials and agents. 6.04 Optional Insurance Coverage. Choose and check one: Required X_ /Not Required ; Errors and omissions insurance in a minimum amount of $2 million per occurrence to cover any negligent acts or omissions committed by CONTRACTOR, its employees and/or agents in the performance of any Services for CITY. 7. General Conditions pertaining to Insurance Coverage 7.01 No liability insurance coverage provided shall prohibit CONTRACTOR from waiving the right of subrogation prior to a loss. CONTRACTOR waives all rights of subrogation against CITY regardless of the applicability of insurance proceeds and shall 4 require all contractors and subcontractors to do likewise. 7.02. Prior to beginning the Services under this Agreement, CONTRACTOR shall furnish CITY with certificates of insurance, endorsements, and upon request, complete copies of all policies, including complete copies of all endorsements. All copies of policies and endorsements shall show the signature of a person authorized by that insurer to bind coverage on its behalf. 7.03. All required policies shall be issued by a highly rated insurer with a minimum A.M. Best rating of "AMI"). The insurer(s) shall be admitted and licensed to do business in California. The certificates of insurance hereunder shall state that coverage shall not be suspended, voided, canceled by either party, or reduced in coverage or in limits, except after thirty (30) days' prior written notice has been given to CITY. 7.04 Self-insurance does not comply with these insurance specifications. CONTRACTOR acknowledges and agrees that that all insurance coverage required to be provided by CONTRACTOR or any subcontractor, shall apply first and on a primary, non- contributing basis in relation to any other insurance, indemnity or self-insurance available to CITY. 7.05 All coverage types and limits required are subject to approval, modification and additional requirements by CITY, as the need arises. CONTRACTOR shall not make any reductions in scope of coverage (e.g. elimination of contractual liability or reduction of discovery period) that may affect CITY's protection without CITY's prior written consent. 7.06 CONTRACTOR agrees to provide immediate notice to CITY of any claim or loss against CONTRACTOR or arising out of the Services performed under this Agreement. CITY assumes no obligation or liability by such notice, but has the right (but not the duty) to monitor the handling of any such claim or claims if they are likely to involve CITY. 8. Indemnification. 8.01 CONTRACTOR and CITY agree that CITY, its employees, agents and officials should, to the extent permitted by law, be fully protected from any loss, injury, damage, claim, lawsuit, cost, expense, attorneys' fees, litigation costs, defense costs, court costs or any other costs arising out of or in any way related to the performance of this Agreement by CONTRACTOR or any subcontractor or agent of either as set forth herein. Accordingly, the provisions of this indemnity are intended by the parties to be interpreted and construed to provide the fullest protection possible under the law to CITY. CONTRACTOR acknowledges that CITY would not enter into this Agreement in the absence of the commitment of CONTRACTOR to indemnify and protect CITY as set forth herein. a. To the fullest extent permitted by law, CONTRACTOR shall defend, indemnify and hold harmless CITY, its employees, agents and officials, E from any liability, claims, suits, actions, arbitration proceedings, administrative proceedings, regulatory proceedings, losses, expenses, damages or costs of any kind, whether actual, alleged or threatened, actual attorneys' fees incurred by CITY, court. costs, interest, defense costs, including expert witness fees and any other costs or expenses of any kind whatsoever without restriction or limitation incurred in relation to, as a consequence of or arising out of, pertaining to or relating to the negligence, recklessness, or willful misconduct of CONTRACTOR and its subcontractors. CONTRACTOR's obligation to defend, indemnify and hold harmless shall include any and all claims, suits and proceedings in which CONTRACTOR (and/or CONTRACTOR's agents and/or employees) is alleged to be an employee of CITY. All obligations under this provision are to be paid by CONTRACTOR as they are incurred by CITY. In no event shall the cost to defend, of CONTRACTOR exceed CONTRACTOR's (and its subcontractors) proportional percentage of fault. The duty to indemnify, including the duty and the cost to defend, is limited as provided in this section. b. Without affecting the rights of CITY under any provision of this Agreement or this Section, CONTRACTOR shall not be required to indemnify and hold harmless CITY as set forth above for liability attributable solely to the fault of CITY, provided such fault is determined by agreement between the parties or the findings of a court of competent jurisdiction. 9. Additional Services. ChanLes and Deletions. 9.01 In the event CONTRACTOR performs additional or different services than those described herein without the prior written approval of the City Council of CITY, CONTRACTOR shall not be compensated for such services. CONTRACTOR expressly waives any right to be compensated for services and materials not covered by the scope of this Agreement or authorized by the CITY in writing. 9.02 CONTRACTOR shall promptly advise the City Manager and Finance Director of CITY as soon as reasonably practicable upon gaining knowledge of a condition, event or accumulation of events which may affect the scope and/or cost of Services. All proposed changes, modifications, deletions and/or requests for additional services shall be reduced to writing for review and approval by the City Council. 10. Termination of Apaeement. 10.01 Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, CITY, at its sole option, may terminate this Agreement with or without cause, or for no cause, at any time by giving twenty (20) days' written notice to CONTRACTOR. 10.02 In the event of termination, the payment of monies due CONTRACTOR for undisputed Services performed prior to the effective date of such termination shall be paid within thirty (30) business days after receipt of an invoice as provided in this Agreement. Immediately upon termination, CONTRACTOR agrees to promptly provide and deliver to CITY all original documents, reports, studies, plans, specifications and the like which are in the possession or control of CONTRACTOR and pertain to CITY. 6 11. Status of CONTRACTOR. 11.01 CONTRACTOR shall perform the Services in CONTRACTOR's own way as an independent contractor, and in pursuit of CONTRACTOR's independent calling, and not as an employee of CITY. However, CONTRACTOR shall regularly confer with CITY's City Manager as provided for in this Agreement. 11.02 CONTRACTOR agrees that it is not entitled to the rights and benefits afforded to CITY's employees, including disability or unemployment insurance, workers' compensation, retirement, CalPers, medical insurance, sick leave, or any other employment benefit. CONTRACTOR is responsible for providing, at its own expense, disability, unemployment, workers' compensation and other insurance, training, permits, and licenses for itself and its employees and subcontractors. 11.03 CONTRACTOR hereby specifically represents and warrants to CITY that it possesses the qualifications and skills necessary to perform the Services under this Agreement in a competent, professional manner, without the advice or direction of CITY and that the Services to be rendered pursuant to this Agreement shall be performed in accordance with the standards customarily applicable to an experienced and competent professional rendering the same or similar services in the same geographic area where the CITY is located. Further, CONTRACTOR represents and warrants that the individual signing this Agreement on behalf of CONTRACTOR has the full authority to bind CONTRACTOR to this Agreement. 12. Ownership of Documents: Audit. 12.01 All draft and final reports, plans, drawings, studies, maps, photographs, specifications, data, notes, manuals, warranties and all other documents of any kind or nature prepared, developed or obtained by CONTRACTOR in connection with the performance of Services performed for the CITY shall become the sole property of CITY, and CONTRACTOR shall promptly deliver all such materials to CITY upon request. At the CITY's sole discretion, CONTRACTOR may be permitted to retain original documents, and furnish reproductions to CITY upon request, at no cost to CITY. 12.02 Subject to applicable federal and state laws, rules and regulations, CITY shall hold all intellectual property rights to any materials developed pursuant to this Agreement. CONTRACTOR shall not such use data or documents for purposes other than the performance of this Agreement, nor shall CONTRACTOR release, reproduce, distribute, publish, adapt for future use or any other purposes, or otherwise use, any data or other materials first produced in the performance of this Agreement, nor authorize others to do so, without the prior written consent of CITY. 12.03 CONTRACTOR shall retain and maintain, for a period not less than four years following termination of this Agreement, all time records, accounting records and vouchers and all other records with respect to all matters concerning Services performed, compensation paid and expenses reimbursed. At any time during normal business hours and as often as CITY may deem necessary, CONTRACTOR shall make available to 7 CITY's agents for examination all of such records and shall permit CITY's agents to audit, examine and reproduce such records. 13. Miscellaneous Provisions. 13.01 This Agreement, which includes all attached exhibits, supersedes any and all previous agreements, either oral or written, between the parties hereto with respect to the rendering of Services by CONTRACTOR for CITY and contains all of the covenants and agreements between the parties with respect to the rendering of such Services in any manner whatsoever. Any modification of this Agreement will be effective only if it is in writing signed by both parties. 13.02 CONTRACTOR shall not assign or otherwise transfer any rights or interest in this Agreement without the prior written consent of CITY. Unless specifically stated to the contrary in any written consent to an assignment, no assignment will release or discharge the assignor from any duty or responsibility under this Agreement. 13.03 CONTRACTOR shall timely file FPPC Form 700 Conflict of Interest Statements with CITY if required by California law and/or the CITY's conflict of interest policy. 13.04 If any legal action or proceeding, including an action for declaratory relief, is brought to enforce or interpret the provisions of this Agreement, the prevailing party will be entitled to reasonable attorneys' fees and costs, in addition to any other relief to which that party may be entitled. 13.05 This Agreement is made, entered into and shall be performed in the County of Riverside in the State of California and shall in all respects be interpreted, enforced and governed under the laws of the State of California. 13.06 CONTRACTOR covenants that neither it nor any officer or principal of its firm has any interest, nor shall they acquire any interest, either directly or indirectly, which will conflict in any manner or degree with the performance of their Services hereunder. CONTRACTOR further covenants that in the performance of this Agreement, no person having such interest shall be employed by it as an officer, employee, agent, or subcontractor. 13.07 CONTRACTOR has read and is aware of the provisions of Section 1090 et seq. and Section 87100 et seq. of the Government Code relating to conflicts of interest of public officers and employees. CONTRACTOR agrees that they are unaware of any financial or economic interest of any public officer or employee of the CITY relating to this Agreement. It is further understood and agreed that if such a financial interest does exist at the inception of this Agreement, the CITY may immediately terminate this Agreement by giving notice thereof. CONTRACTOR shall comply with the requirements of Government Code section 87100 et seq. and section 1090 in the performance of and during the term of this Agreement. 8 13.08 Improper Consideration. CONTRACTOR shall not offer (either directly or through an intermediary) any improper consideration such as, but not limited to, cash, discounts, services, the provision of travel or entertainment, or any items of value to any officer, employee or agent of the CITY in an attempt to secure favorable treatment regarding this Agreement or any contract awarded by CITY. The CITY, by notice, may immediately terminate this Agreement if it determines that any improper consideration as described in the preceding sentence was offered to any officer, employee or agent of the CITY with respect to the proposal and award process of this Agreement or any CITY contract. This prohibition shall apply to any amendment, extension or evaluation process once this Agreement or any CITY contract has been awarded. CONTRACTOR shall immediately report any attempt by any CITY officer, employee or agent to solicit (either directly or through an intermediary) improper consideration from CONTRACTOR. 13.09 Severability. If any portion of this Agreement is declared invalid, illegal or otherwise unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction, the entire balance of this Agreement not so affected shall remain in full force and effect. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereby have made and executed this Agreement to be effective as of the day and year first above -written. CITY: CITY OF BEAUMONT ancy _76' oll, Mayor L7 CONTRACTOR: KOA Corporation By: Print Name: Ming Guan Title: Vice President EXHIBIT "A" REQUEST FOR PRPOSAL CITY OF BEAUMONT • 550 E. Sixth Street, Beaumont, CA 92223 Phone: (951) 769-8518 Fax: (951) 769-8526 REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES CALIFORNIA AVENUE GRADE SEPARATION CITY OF BEAUMONT PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT Amer Jakher, Public Works Director/City Engineer 550 E. 6th Street - Beaumont, California 92223 (951) 769-8520 E-mail address: aiakher[ j)ci.beaumont.ca.us Proposals Due By: 2:00 pm Wednesday, August 16, 2017 RFP Available online at: htip://www.beaumonteares.com CITY OF BEAUMONT REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES CALIFORNIA AVENUE GRADE SEPARATION 1. INTRODUCTION The City of Beaumont ("City") requests written responses to a Request for Proposal (RFP) for selection of a qualified firm ("Consultant") to provide Professional Engineering Services for the California Avenue Grade Separation. The Consultant will be expected to provide engineered plans, specifications, and an estimate of probable construction costs for the California Avenue Grade Separation. There. are currently no federal funds involved with this project. Consultant firms/teams will perform full management ' and engineering services required for Geometric Approval/Project Maps, Preliminary Engineering, Final Design, as well as Construction Bidding/Engineering Support. 2. THE CITY OF BEAUMONT The City was incorporated in November, 1912. The City is located in the eastern most portion of Riverside County and is bounded on the west by Calimesa and unincorporated areas, on the north by unincorporated County areas (Cherry Valley), on the south by unincorporated County areas and the City of San Jacinto, and on the east by the City of Banning. The land area within the City's boundary is approximately 26 square miles. 3. PURPOSE The purpose of this RFP is to acquire a Consulting firm for the Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) and California Avenue Grade Separation. The project will lower California Avenue under the existing UPRR track. At this time the City is expecting to award a contract to the selected Consultant for phases 1 & 2 only. 4. SCOPE OF SERVICES The City has described the proposed Scope of Services in Attachment A. This proposed scope is for demonstration purposes and is not considered final or all encompassing. The City expects interested Consultants to provide a detailed Scope of Work accurately describing the project development in their proposal as described in Section 7. PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS outlined below. There will be a Pre -Proposal Mandatory meeting held on August 2. 2017, in Conference Room # 3 at 11:00am Page 1 5. ADDITIONAL CONSULTANT RESPONSIBILITIES The Consultant shall be responsible for completing the specified services in accordance with the City's Professional Services Agreement (Attachment Q. 6. TERM The initial term of the agreement shall be 1 year, and may be extended at the discretion of the City. 7. PROPOSAL REQRUIREMENTS The proposal shall clearly address all of the information requested herein. To achieve a uniform review process and obtain the maximum degree of comparability, it is required that proposals be organized and contain all information as specified below. A. Cover Letter: Maximum of two pages serving as an Executive Summary which shall include an understanding of the scope of services. The RFP shall be transmitted with a cover letter that must be signed .by an official authorized to bind the consultant contractually. That letter accompanying the RFP shall also provide the name, title, address, and telephone number of individuals with the authority to negotiate and contractually bind the consultant. The cover letter constitutes certification by the consultant, under penalty of perjury, that the consultant complies with nondiscrimination requirements of the State and Federal Government. An unsigned proposal or one signed by an individual unauthorized to bind the consultant may be rejected. B. Introduction/Information: Introduction of the service proposal, including a statement of understanding for the types of services contemplated. Provide a discussion on how the objectives of the scope of services will be accomplished. Provide the name of the firm submitting the proposal, its mailing address, telephone number, and the name of the individual to contact if further information is required. Any participating firms and proposed sub -consultants shall be identified and included in the proposal (all sub - consultants must be approved by City prior to signing the agreement with City). C. The firm's approach to delivering the scope of services. Provide a description of the firm's approach to communicating effectively with City staff and officials, other jurisdictional stakeholders, and the public, to facilitate successful delivery of assigned tasks. D. Firm Profile: Provide a description of the firm, including number of professional personnel, years in business, office location(s), organizational structure (e.g., corporation, partnership, sole practitioner, etc.), areas of particular expertise, etc. E. Location of principal office that will be responsible for the implementation of this contract. F. Resume of the Lead Consultant. Page 2 G. Key Personnel: Provide a summary description of the key personnel who will be involved in this project, their roles and responsibilities, and their experience in similar past projects. The proposal must name a project manager. In addition to this summary, full resumes should be provided. H. Three to five references to include: name, address, contact person and phone number of the company, length of time services were provided, and a description of the services provided. In addition, the Financial Adviser shall provide a statement of the most relevant previous financings. I. Scope of Services: Provide a description of the tasks, sub -tasks, and deliverables that will be provided. The Scope of Work Program should be presented in a logical format that can be easily attached to the Professional Services Agreement. J. Project Schedule: Provide a comprehensive Critical Path Method (CPM) schedule describing the nature and estimated time line of proposed work objectives and milestones. K. Cost proposal (including hourly rate) shall be submitted in a separate sealed envelope. This should include a not to exceed fee amount and fee schedule for services and hourly billable costs. L. Any other information which should be considered, such as any special services or customer service philosophy which define your firm's practice. M. The firm will be required to have professional liability insurance including liability at a minimum of one million per occurrence, worker's compensation, and vehicle coverage including comprehensive and collision insurance naming the City of Beaumont as additional insured. The proposal shall state whether such insurances will be in force at time of contract execution. S. SUBMITTAL Four (4) bound copies, one (1) unbound copy and one (1) color digital pdf copy of the proposal must be submitted no later than 2:00pm, Wednesday, August 16, 2017. Postmarks and faxes are not acceptable. Proposal must be titled "RFP Professional Engineering Services — California Avenue Grade Separation." All proposals and questions regarding this RFP shall be directed in writing to: Chase Keys Public Works Department City of Beaumont 550 E. 6' Street Beaumont, CA 92223 ckey s(irci.beaumont.ca.us Page 3 No postmarked proposals will be accepted. Once submitted, proposals, including the composition of the consulting staff, cannot be altered without prior written consent of the City. All costs associated with preparation of any proposal shall be the sole responsibility of the proposer. Each proposal shall be limited to a maximum of 30 pages (not including resumes), using minimum 12 - point font size. Electronic copies of the proposal will not be accepted. *DUE DATE FOR O UESTIONS IS FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 2017, AT 12: 0Opm. All questions and answers will be posted on the City's website under "Doing Business" — "Bids and RFPs" within one week of the question due date. 9. CONFIDENTIALITY Prior to the proposal submittal deadline, all proposals will be designated confidential to the extent permitted by the California Public Records Act. After the proposal submittal deadline, all responses will be regarded as public record and will be subject to review by the public. Any language purported to render confidential all or .portions of the proposals will be regarded as non -effective and will be disregarded. 10. AMENDMENTS TO REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS The City reserves the right to amend the RFP by addendum prior to the final proposal submittal date. 11. NON -COMMITMENT TO CITY The City reserves the right to reject any and all proposals and to waive informalities and minor irregularities in any proposal reviewed. The City may reject any proposal that does not conform to the instructions provided in this RFP. Additionally, the City reserves the right to negotiate all final terms and conditions of any proposal received before entering into final contract. 12. CONFLICT OF INTEREST The Consultant shall disclose any personal or professional financial, business, or other relationships with the City that may have an impact on the outcome of this contract or any resulting project. The consultant shall also list current clients who may have a financial interest in the outcome of this contract. 13. PROPOSAL EVALUATION/SELECTION The City intends to engage the most qualified consultant available that demonstrates a thorough understanding of the City's needs. City staff will use the following criteria to evaluate the proposals: 1. Understanding the scope of services Available Points = 10 2. Demonstrated professional skill and credentials Available Points =15 3. Related Experience Available Points = 20 4. Approach to performing this type of service Available Points = 20 Page 4 5. Familiarity with City, County and UPRR procedures Available Points = 15 6. Proposed Fee Available Points = 20 Total Points Available= 100 The City may request a qualification interview with the highest ranked consultant(s) prior to determining the final ranking. This selection will be conducted according to the City's adopted procedures. The City reserves the right to reject any and all proposals. Attachments A. Scope of Services B. Project Location Map C. Professional Services Agreement Page 5 Attachment "A" Scope of Services A. Phase 1- Geometric Approval/Project Maps Geometric Layouts: This initial phase includes the preparation of up to three geometric layouts of the proposed grade separation. City staff will review and select one of the alternatives. 2. Right -of -Way Requirements Map: Consultant shall be responsible to prepare a map of all right-of-way takes necessary for construction of the project. Consultant will be responsible to coordinate with the City's Right -of -Way Consultant for the duration of the project. 3. Area of Potential Impacts: Consultant shall be responsible to prepare a map identifying the area of potential impacts. Consultant will be responsible to coordinate with the City's Environmental Consultant for the duration of the project. B. Phase 2— Preliminary Engineering Services (35% Submittal) Upon selection and approval of a geometric layout, authorization to proceed with the preparation of preliminary plans will be given. Coordination: Conduct periodic coordination meetings with the City and UPRR staff and representatives of other affected agencies and utilities to review the progress of work, to obtain additional input and directions, and to ensure that the City and UPRR's desires are being met. It is anticipated that monthly meetings will be required. Attend meetings with City and UPRR staff as necessary during the preliminary design to coordinate and review the work, obtain additional input and directions and coordinate the processing ofplans and specifications. 2. Research: Complete research and data gathering. Meet with representatives of utility companies and research, obtain and review available maps and plans of major utilities and proposed utilities within the project area. 3. Design Survey: Complete aerial photography and ground surveys as needed to complete the Preliminary Engineering Services. 4. Geotechnical Report: Complete the geotechnical investigations, and the Material and Structural Foundation Reports. 5. Base Map: Develop base plan and profile mylars from aerial typography. Base mylars will be at a scale of 1 "=40' horizontal and 1 "=4' vertical. A-1 6. Bridge Type Selection Report: Analyze possible bridge types for the UPRR tracks including initial construction costs and long term maintenance costs. Prepare bridge type selection report. Structures: Coordinate review and approval of the preliminary bridge type, appearance, and details with the City and UPRR. Identify design features and positions of retaining walls. Prepare all submittals required by UPRR. Submit railroad bridge plans to UPRR for review and approval. 8. Roadway: Prepare preliminary plans and specifications outline for highway designs of California Avenue, including removals, grading, cross sections, staging, median island improvements, if any, and drainage facilities including identifying need for pumping facilities, ifrequired. 9. Electrical: Determine electrical service point capabilities and locations for all required electrical services. Prepare street lighting plans and coordinate with Southern California Edison for street lighting design. 10. Utilities: Identify utilities that require relocation, both temporary and permanent. Meet with utility companies to determine their design and relocation requirements. Sewers are owned by the City. The design of sewer facilities relocations shall be included within the scope of services to be provided. Existing drainage facilities are owned by either the City or Riverside County Flood Control District. The design of storm drain facilities relocations shall be included within the scope of services to be provided. Water lines are owned by Beaumont -Cherry Valley Water District. The design of water facilities relocations shall be included within the scope of services to be provided. Accurately identify all existing utilities on the roadway plans. Identify any existing facilities to be removed or abandoned in place. 11. Cost Estimate: Prepare preliminary quantity estimates for the project based on preliminary plans and proposed bid items. Prepare a preliminary project cost estimate (segregating roadway items and structure items) based on current unit prices and the above quantity estimates. Deliverables: Submit to the City one set of preliminary plans in a .pdf format, five sets of half scale 11x17 plans, five sets of quantity take offs and cost estimate in an Excel format, one set of specifications (outline) in Word format, one set of all survey notes (.pdf format acceptable) and five hardcopies of all printed data andreports. C. Phase 3 — Final Design Services (65%, 100%, and Final Submittal) Upon written approval of preliminary plans by the City and UPM authorization to proceed with final design and plan preparation will be given. The Engineer shall prepare complete plans, specifications and bid documents for construction of project improvements including the following. Plans, specifications, cost estimates, and all relevant backup and support data are required at 65%, 100%, and final stages. A-2 Coordination: Conduct periodic coordination meetings with the City and UPRR staff and representatives of other affected agencies and utilities to review the progress of work, to obtain additional input and directions, and to ensure that the City and UPRR's desires are being met. It is anticipated that monthly meetings will be required. Attend meetings with City and UPRR staff as necessary during the final design to coordinate and review the work, obtain additional input and directions and coordinate the processing of plans and specifications. 2. Roadway: Complete roadway and grade separation plans and profiles, including cross- sections, grading, staging, median island improvements (if any), and drainagefacilities. 3. Structures: Complete plans for bridge, foundations, retaining walls, and all other structures for which the need is identified in Phase 2. 4. Traffic: Complete striping and signage plans for all streets within the project limits. 5. Streetlights: Complete street lighting plan and coordination with Southern California Edison (SCE) for SCE-ownedlighting. 6. Utilities: Complete design of all temporary and permanent utility relocation plans. Confer and coordinate with each utility owner in the preparation of its plans for new or relocated facilities. Coordinate with utility companies on all utilitywork. 7. Landscaping: Develop and complete landscaping and irrigation plans for all graded areas within project limits except within railroad right of way. 8. Staging: Complete construction staging plan, traffic detour plans, temporary signalization (if needed), lane/street closure plan, and temporary traffic signal timing modifications recommendations (if needed). 9. Erosion and Sediment Control Plans: Develop erosion and sediment control plans in accordance County general permit. 10. Special Provisions/Standard Specifications: The Caltrans Standard Specifications shall be used for this project. Special provisions shall follow the Caltrans format. 11. Cost Estimate: Prepare quantity estimates for the project based on plans and proposed bid items. Prepare a project cost estimate based on current unit prices, the above quantity estimates by segregating roadway items and structure items. Submit calculations supporting quantity takeoffs and cost estimates. Deliverables: Consultant shall furnish one set of signed mylar construction drawings (final submittal only), five sets of 65% and 100% plans, one set of unbound photo ready bid documents including half scale drawings (final submittal only), five sets of 65% and 100% bid documents, five sets of all final reports, and CD(s) containing all relevant A-3 project data (.pdf and Awg formats for plans, .pdf for reports, Excel for quantity takeoffs and cost estimates, and Word for biddocuments). D. Phase 4 — Construction Bidding/Construction Engineering Support: Bid Assistance: Assist the City with the Bid Phase in interpretation of the drawings or specifications during the bidding period and preparation of addenda if required. The Engineer will review bids and prepare a tabulation of the bids if so requested by City. 2. Construction Engineering Support: Engineer shall attend the pre- construction meeting, visit the job site on a monthly basis and as needed to review construction to resolve any discrepancies in contract documents, and prepare any drawings necessary to clarify items of work or to support Contract Change Orders (CCOs). 3. Record Drawings: Upon and within two months of completion of construction, prepare record drawings of what was actually built. A-4 Attachment `B" Project Location Map t - H ,=-SSR: Tiara? 6'C:dm fAE:.R4 9717 SSr�P,e Cti _ mRJ 10 Attachment "C" AGREEMENT FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES BY INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR THIS AGREEMENT FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES BY INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR is made and effective as of the day of , 2017, by and between the CITY OF BEAUMONT ("CITY") whose address is 550 E. 6a' Street, Beaumont, California 92223 and whose address is ("CONTRACTOR"). RECITALS This Agreement is entered into on the basis of the following facts, understandings and intentions of the parties to this Agreement: A. CITY desires to engage CONTRACTOR to provide ; and B. CONTRACTOR has made a proposal ("Proposal") to the CITY to provide such professional services, which Proposal is attached hereto Exhibit "A"; and C. CONTRACTOR agrees to provide with, the terms and conditions of this Agreement CONTRACTOR possesses the necessary skillli and equipment to provide such services. NOW, THEREFORE, in contained herein, CITY and CO pursuant to, and in accordance and warrants to CITY that .ions, qualifications, personnel foregoing Recitals and mutual covenants as follows: 1. Term of A "oembnt. -\khl `A dement is effective as of the date first above written and shall continue until terming a fro ided for herein. Not with standing anything in this Agreement, this Agreement shall htto ically terminate after one (1) year unless extended by the parties with the approval of the Gy Council of the CITY. 2. Services to be Performed. CONTRACTOR agrees to provide the services ("Services") as follows: Aeration Basins Cleaning and Maintenance services and any other services which the City may request in writing from time to time. All Services shall be performed in the manner and according to the timeframe set forth in the Proposal. CONTRACTOR designates as CONTRACTOR'S professional responsible for overseeing the Services provided by CONTRACTOR. 3. Associates and Subcontractors. CONTRACTOR may, at CONTRACTOR's sole cost and expense, employ such competent and qualified independent associates, subcontractors and consultants as CONTRACTOR deems necessary to perform the Services; provided, however, that CONTRACTOR shall not subcontract any of the Services without the written consent of CITY. C-1 4. Compensation. 4.01 CITY agrees to pay CONTRACTOR the amount as set forth in the Proposal. CONTRACTOR shall be paid -at the rates set forth in the Proposal and shall not increase any rate without the prior written consent of the CITY. Not with standing anything in this Section 4, total fees and charges paid by CITY under this Agreement shall not exceed amount to be determined as needed without approval by the City Council of CITY. 4.02 CONTRACTOR shall not be compensated for any Services rendered nor reimbursed for any expenses incurred in excess of those authorized unless approved in advance by the CITY, in writing. 4.03 CONTRACTOR shall submit to CITY, on or before the fifteenth (15f) of each month, itemized invoices for the Services rendered in th�e,,�revious month. The CITY shall not be obligated to pay any invoice that is submitted more lanixty (60) days after the due date of such invoice. CITY shall have the right to review d audit. all invoices prior to or after payment to CONTRACTOR. This review and audit may ine/, /bknuQbe limited to CITY's: a. Determination that any approved hourly rate schedule; b. Determination that the: schedule dollars is correct; C. Determination that charge for the particular item. C customary, or reasonable, os d either return the bill to CONTE A( accordingly, and give notice to C is con'afstent with this Agreement's billed times the approved rate sm�ht4' is the usual, customary, and reasonable , et ira�_s`an item charged is greater than usual, iguous, excessive, or inappropriate, CITY shall R vlth a request for explanation or adjust the payment TOR of the adjustment. 4.04 If the work is satisfactorily completed, CITY shall pay such invoice within thirty (30) days of its receipt. Should CITY dispute any portion of any invoice, CITY shall pay the undisputed portion within the time stated above, and at the same time advice CONTRACTOR in writing of the disputed portion. 5. Obligations of CONTRACTOR. 5.01 CONTRACTOR agrees to perform all Services in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement and the Proposal. In the event that the terms of the Proposal shall conflict with the terms of this Agreement, or contain additional terms other than the Services to be rendered and the price for the Services, the terms of this Agreement shall govern and said additional or conflicting terms shall be of no force or effect. 5.02 Except as otherwise agreed by the parties, CONTRACTOR will supply all personnel, materials and equipment required to perform the Services. CONTRACTOR shall provide its own offices, telephones, vehicles and computers and set its own work hours. CONTRACTOR will determine the method, details, and means of performing the Services under this Agreement. C-2 5.03 CONTRACTOR shall keep CITY informed as to the progress of the Services by means of regular and frequent consultations. Additionally, when requested by CITY, CONTRACTOR shall prepare written status reports. 5.04 CONTRACTOR is responsible for paying, when due, all income and other taxes, fees and withholding, including withholding state and federal taxes, social security, unemployment and worker's compensation, incurred as a result of the compensation paid under this Agreement. CONTRACTOR agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless CITY for any claims, costs, losses, fees, penalties, interest, or damages suffered by CITY resulting from CONTRACTOR's failure to comply with this provision. 5.05 In the event CONTRACTOR is required to prepare plans, drawings, specifications and/or estimates, the same shall be furnished in conformance with local, state and federal laws, rules and regulations. 5.06 CONTRACTOR represents that it applicable to the performance of Services under t obtain and keep in full force and effect all permmjt Services herein. In the event CITY is required to governmental entity, CONTRACTOR shall ov filed with such entity. / 5.07 CONTRACTOR Verification information from C Immigration Reform and Contrc that CONTRACTOR's emlove 5.08 In the event`€1l any CalPers retirees in comph be disclosed in advance to the approval. all required licenses necessary or fent and the Proposal and shall )vals required to perform the Elft roval or permit from another say supporting documents to be e s�,64y'�'respd=�le for obtaining Employment Eligibility AC R'loyees, in compliance with the f 16. b. L. 99-603 (8 U.S.C. 1324a), and shall ensure ible,to work in the United States. TOR employs, contracts with, or otherwise utilizes .'the Services performed hereunder, such instances shall shall be subject to the CITY's advance written 5.09 Drug-free Workplace Certification. By signing this Agreement, the CONTRACTOR hereby certifies under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the CONTRACTOR will comply with the requirements of the Drug -Free Workplace Act of 1990 (Government Code, Section 8350 et seq.) and will provide a drug-free workplace. 5.10 CONTRACTOR shall comply with all applicable local, state and federal laws, rules, regulations, entitlements and/or permits applicable to, or governing the Services authorized hereunder. 6. Insurance. CONTRACTOR hereby agrees to be solely responsible for the health and safety of its employees and agents'in performing the Services under this Agreement and shall comply with all laws applicable to worker safety including but not limited to Cal -OSHA. Therefore, throughout the duration of this Agreement, CONTRACTOR hereby covenants and agrees to maintain insurance in conformance with the requirements set forth below. If existing C-3 coverage does not meet the requirements set forth herein, CONTRACTOR agrees to amend, supplement or endorse the existing coverage to do so. CONTRACTOR shall provide the following types and amounts of insurance: 6.01 Commercial general liability insurance in an amount of not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence and $2,000,000 in the aggregate; CONTRACTOR agrees to have its insurer endorse the general liability coverage required herein to include as additional insured's CITY, its officials, employees and agents. CONTRACTOR also agrees to require all contractors and subcontractors to provide the same coverage required under this Section 6. 6.02 Business Auto Coverage in an amount no less than $1 million per accident. If CONTRACTOR or CONTRACTOR's employees will use personal autos in performance of the Services hereunder, CONTRACTOR shall provide evidence of personal auto liability coverage for each such person. 6.03 Workers' Compensation coverage for any of CONTRACTOR's employees that will be providing any Services hereunder. CONTRACTOR will have a state -approved policy form providing statutory benefits as required by California law. The provisions of any workers' compensation will not limit the obligations of CO TOR under this Agreement. CONTRACTOR expressly agrees not to use any4tatuto,7 immunity defenses under such laws with respect to CITY, its employees, officials ai �elgs. ` 6.04 Optional Insurance Coverag• e 6� 16`o andel c ck one: Required _X_ /Not Required _ Errors and omissions insurance in min mum amount of .$2 million per occurrence to cover any negligent acts \si otted by CONTRACTOR, its employees and/or agents in the p n -eV rvices for CITY. 7. General Conditi ns I 4nsurance Covera e 7.01 No liabilAty ' �uu cc`ove .age provided shall prohibit CONTRACTOR from waiving the rightof subrog'on,pr oro a loss. CONTRACTOR waives all rights of subrogation against CITY regardless of the\4pplicability of insurance proceeds and shall require all contractors and subcontractors to & likewise. 7.02. Prior to beginning the Services under this Agreement, CONTRACTOR shall furnish CITY with certificates of insurance, endorsements, and upon request, complete copies of all policies, including complete copies of all endorsements. All copies of policies and endorsements shall show the signature of a person authorized by that insurer to bind coverage on its behalf. 7.03. All required policies shall be issued by a highly rated insurer with a minimum A.M. Best rating of "A:VII"). The insurer(s) shall be admitted and licensed to do business in California. The certificates of insurance hereunder shall state that coverage shall not be suspended, voided, canceled by either party, or reduced in coverage or in limits, except after thirty (30) days' prior written notice has been given to CITY. C-4 7.04 Self-insurance does not comply with these insurance specifications. CONTRACTOR acknowledges and agrees that that all insurance coverage required to be provided by CONTRACTOR or any subcontractor, shall apply first and on a primary, non- contributing basis in relation to any other insurance, indemnity or self-insurance available to CITY. 7.05 All coverage types and limits required are subject to approval, modification and additional requirements by CITY, as the need arises. CONTRACTOR shall not make any reductions in scope of coverage (e.g. elimination of contractual liability or reduction of discovery period) that may affect CITY's protection without CITY's prior written consent. 7.06 CONTRACTOR agrees to provide immediate notice to CITY of any claim or loss against CONTRACTOR or arising out of the Services performed under this Agreement. CITY assumes no obligation or liability by such notice, but has the right (but not the duty) to monitor the handling of any such claim or claims if they are likely to involve CITY. 8. Indemnification. 8.01 CONTRACTOR and CITY agree that rrCIIT, , its enipl'oyees, agents and officials should, to the extent permitted by law, be fully protccted" any Ibis'; injury, damage, claim, lawsuit, cost, expense, attorneys' fees, litigation is d ferie costs court costs or any other costs arising out of or in anyway related to the e ae o�'s Agreement by CONTRACTOR or any subcontractor or a =ems o -A A , ingly, the provisions of this indemnity are intended by the parties to h i erp eyed and -construed to provide the fullest protection possible under the law to C N R acknowledges that CITY would not enter into this Agreement in the ab i MP -4, e_ i ent of CONTRACTOR to indemnify and protect CITY as set forth herFin.+ a. To the fullest extent pdaniiid law, CONTRACTOR shall defend, indemnify and hold harmless CITY, its employees,` tae s, and officials, from any liability, claims, suits, actions, arbitration proceedings, administrative proceedings, regulatory proceedings, losses, expenses, damages or costs of any kind, whether actual, alleged or threatened, actual attorneys' fees incurred by CITY, court costs, interest, defense costs, including expert witness fees and any other costs or expenses of any kind whatsoever without restriction or limitation incurred in relation to, as a consequence of or arising out of or in any way attributable actually, allegedly or impliedly, in whole or in part to the performance of this Agreement. CONTRACTOR's obligation to defend, indemnify and hold harmless shall include any and all claims, suits and proceedings in which CONTRACTOR (and/or CONTRACTOR's agents and/or employees) is alleged to be an employee of CITY. All obligations under this provision are to be paid by CONTRACTOR as they are incurred by CITY. b. Without affecting the rights of CITY under any provision of this Agreement or this Section, CONTRACTOR shall not be required to indemnify and hold harmless CITY as set forth above for liability attributable solely to the fault of CITY, provided such fault is determined by agreement between the parties or the findings of a court of competent jurisdiction. C-5 9. Additional Services, Chances and Deletions. 9.01 In the event CONTRACTOR performs additional or different services than those described herein without the prior written approval of the City Manager and/or City Council of CITY, CONTRACTOR shall not be compensated for such services. CONTRACTOR expressly waives any right to be compensated for services and materials not covered by the scope of this Agreement or authorized by the CITY in writing. 9.02 CONTRACTOR shall promptly advise the City Manager and Finance Director of CITY as soon as reasonably practicable upon gaining knowledge of a condition, event or accumulation of events which may affect the scope and/or cost of Services. All proposed changes, modifications, deletions and/or requests for additional services shall be reduced to writing for review and approval by the CITY and/or City Council. 10. Termination of A�-,reement. 10.01 Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, CITY, at its sole option, may terminate this Agreement with or without cause, or for no cause, at any time by giving twenty (20) days' written notice to CONTRACTOR. 10.02 In the event of termination, the undisputed Services performed prior to the efi thirty (30) business days after receipt of an in` upon termination, CONTRACTOR agrees to 1 documents, reports, studies, plans, specifc'ati control of CONTRACTOR and pertain toI' 11. f conies due CONTRACTOR for �of §Kh termination shall be paid within vked t. this Agreement. Immediately ovid'd deliver to CITY all original like which are in the possession or 11.01 CONTRACTOR. shah pare Services in CONTRACTOR's own way as an independent contractor, and, 6u S .t' to; ITRACTOR's independent calling, and not as an employee of CITY. However,,O l r TOR shall regularly confer with CITY's City Manager as provided for in this Agreement; , 11.02 CONTRACTOR agrees that it is not entitled to the rights and benefits afforded to CITY's employees, including disability or unemployment insurance, workers" compensation, retirement, CalPers, medical insurance, sick leave, or any other employment benefit. CONTRACTOR is responsible for providing, at its own expense, disability, unemployment, workers' compensation and other insurance, training, permits, and licenses for itself and its employees and subcontractors. 11.03 CONTRACTOR hereby specifically represents and warrants to CITY that it possesses the qualifications and skills necessary to perform the Services under this Agreement in a competent, professional manner, without the advice or direction of CITY and that the Services to be rendered pursuant to this Agreement shall be performed in accordance with the standards customarily applicable to an experienced and competent professional rendering the same or similar services in the same geographic area where the CITY is located. Further, C-6 CONTRACTOR represents and warrants that the individual signing this Agreement on behalf of CONTRACTOR has the full authority to bind CONTRACTOR to this Agreement. 12. Ownership of Documents: Audit. 12.01 All draft and final reports, plans, drawings, studies, maps, photographs, specifications, data, notes, manuals, warranties and all other documents of any kind or nature prepared, developed or obtained by CONTRACTOR in connection with the performance of Services performed for the CITY shall become the sole property of CITY, and CONTRACTOR shall promptly deliver all such materials to CITY upon request. At the CITY's sole discretion, CONTRACTOR may be permitted to retain original documents, and furnish reproductions to CITY upon request, at no cost to CITY. 12.02 Subject to applicable federal and state laws, rules and regulations, CITY shall hold all intellectual property rights to any materials developed pursuant to this Agreement. CONTRACTOR shall not such use data or documents for purposes other than the performance of this Agreement, nor shall CONTRACTOR release, reproduce, distribute, publish, adapt for future use or any other purposes, or otherwise use, any data or other materials first produced in the performance of this Agreement, nor authorize others to do so, without the prior written consent of CITY. 12.03 CONTRACTOR shall retain and in following termination of this Agreement, all time all other records with respect to all matters toner and expenses reimbursed. At any time during 01 deem necessary, CONTRACTOR shall mak ava such records and shall permit CITY's agentsa 13. Miscellaneous Provisi 13.01 This Aareement. c previous agreements, either onor`N rendering of Services by CONTR C agreements between the parties with i whatsoever. Any modification of this by both parties. iii, for`_ a period not less than four years a urt'ng records and vouchers and S ices r rmed, compensation paid iusess hours and as often as CITY may o MY's agents for examination all of and reproduce such records. ks,ali-Attached exhibits, supersedes any and all i)�tw,een the parties hereto with respect to the T CITY and contains all of the covenants and to the rendering of such Services in any manner nent will be effective only if it is in writing signed 13.02 CONTRACTOR shall not assign or otherwise transfer any rights or interest in this Agreement without the prior written consent of CITY. Unless specifically stated to the contrary in any written consent to an assignment, no assignment will release or discharge the assignor from any duty or responsibility under this Agreement. 13.03 CONTRACTOR shall timely file FPPC Form 700 Conflict of Interest Statements with CITY if required by California law and/or the CITY's conflict of interest policy. 13.04 If any legal action or proceeding, including an action for declaratory relief, is brought to enforce or interpret the provisions of this Agreement, the prevailing parry will be C-7 entitled to reasonable attorneys' fees and costs, in addition to any other relief to which that parry may be entitled. 13.05 This Agreement is made, entered into and shall be performed in the County of Riverside in the State of California and shall in all respects be interpreted, enforced and governed under the laws of the State of California. 13.06 CONTRACTOR covenants that neither it nor any officer or principal of its firm has any interest, nor shall they acquire any interest, either directly or indirectly, which will conflict in any manner or degree with the performance of their Services hereunder. CONTRACTOR further covenants that in the performance of this Agreement, no person having such interest shall be employed by it as an officer, employee, agent, or subcontractor. 13.07 CONTRACTOR has read and is aware of the provisions of Section 1090 et seq. and Section 87100 et seq. of the Government Code relating to conflicts of interest of public officers and employees. CONTRACTOR agrees that they arpaware of any financial or economic interest of any public officer or employee of thq'kftf,relating to this Agreement. It is further understood and agreed that if such a financial ' KUk dp exist at the inception of this Agreement, the CITY may immediately terminate thist�(O'V" eem`en t b iving notice thereof. CONTRACTOR shall comply with the requirern oode section 87100 et seq. .and section 1090 in the performance of and durrgthe`rm,ps Agreement. 13.08 Im proper Consideration. C TR not offer (either directly or through an intermediary) any improper n de t* s , but not limited to, cash, discounts, services, the provision of travel or ent aiint yitems of value to any officer, employee or agent of the CITY in an attempt ccr -e fawi bl. eatment regarding this Agreement or any contract awarded by CITY. The y ttce,iay immediately terminate this Agreement if it determines that any improper consi era'on�as\'escribed in the preceding sentence was offered to any officer, employee or agent of a with respect to the proposal and award process of this Agreement or any CITY contract iibis;' rohibition shall apply to any amendment, extension or evaluation process once this Agreement or any CITY contract has been awarded. CONTRACTOR shall immediately report any attempt by any CITY officer, employee or agent to solicit (either directly or through an intermediary) improper consideration from CONTRACTOR. C -s IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereby have made and executed this Agreement to be effective as of the day and year first above -written. CITY: CITY OF BEAUMONT Alfred Lloyd White, Mayor CONTRACTOR: LIM Print ame: tle: C4'i EXHIBIT "A" PROPOSAL O\ AUGUST 10, 2017 ADDENDUM # 1 RFP FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FOR CALIFORNIA AVE GRADE SEPARATION + New deadline for proposal submittal: 2:00 p.m. Monday, August 28, 2017 Questions and Answers 1) The RFP notes that City intends to award a contract for Phase 1 & 2 only. Should scope and fee proposals be provided for Phases 1 & 2 only, or should Phases 3 & 4 also be included? a. All four phases must be provided in the proposal 2) Please clarify the requirement in Section 7.H noting: "In addition, the Financial Adviser shall provide a statement of the most relevant previous financings." a. Line item is not applicable 3) Will the selected consultant support the City with any Public Outreach meetings? If so, how many meetings should be assumed? a. Consultant shall include public outreach as an optional scope item. Two meetings, both two hours in length shall be assumed. This item shall also include preparation of design exhibits for presentation at the public meetings. 4) Is the limit of 30 pages for single or double sided? a. 30 pages single sided Acknowledgement of addendum #1 (To be included with proposal) Signature Date Print Name EXHIBIT "A" PROPOSAL , +, PROPOSAL PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES CALIFORNIA AVENUE GRADE SEPARATION CITY OF BEAUMONT RKOA CORPORATIONAUGUST 28 2017 � PLANNING &ENGINEERING 3190 C Shelby Street Ontario, CA 91764 t: 909.890.9693 f: 909.890.9694 www.koacorporation.com August 28, 2017 City of Beaumont 550 E. 6th Street Beaumont, CA 92223 Attn: Amer Jakher, Public Works Director/City Engineer KOA CORPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING Subject: Preliminary Engineering and Final Design Services for the California Avenue Grade Separation Project City of Beaumont Dear Mr. Jakher: Due to the increase in freight traffic, California Avenue Grade Separation is needed to alleviate congestion and safety concerns.The grade separation will lower California Avenue under the Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) tracks. City of Beaumont is asking for written proposals to provide Professional Engineering Services for the California Avenue Grade Separation project. The KOA team is very pleased to submit this proposal for City of Beaumont's kind evaluation. As the President/CEO of KOA Corporation, I have the authorization to bind and commit the project team being proposed for this project, and attest that all information in the proposal is true and correct. I also assure KOA's full commitment of staff and resources to bring this project to successful completion within proposed budget and schedule. Please note that KOA is a Southern California based transportation firm with over 90 transportation design and planning professionals in five offices located within an hour's travel distance from each other. Project work for the subject project will be performed from our office at 3190 C Shelby Street, Ontario, CA 91764. You will find that the KOA team is uniquely qualified for this project based on the following facts: • KOA provided construction inspection and support services for the RCTD Sunset Rail Road Grade Separation Project in the City of Banning. The Sunset Avenue Grade Separation project, located just 4 miles east of California Avenue, has identical improvement scopes and similar design challenges.The construction support experience would enable us to identify potential risks and address the issues during design phase. • Recent experience with I-10/Mt.Vernon UPRR Overpassing Bridge PANED and PS&E project.This project, including design of Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR) grade separated over -crossing, has very similar challenges to that of California Avenue Grade Separation project.The KOA team has obtained Caltrans District 8 Approval of Environmental Clearance as well as UPRR approval on concept design. The project is in final PS&E stage. • KOA recently completed two on-ramp improvement projects that require Caltrans District 8 coordination and approvals. The knowledge, lessons -learned and relationships will allow KOA to obtain consensus and approvals from Caltrans in an efficient and effective manner, and eliminate delays related to project reviews and approvals. KOA has assembled a highly qualified team which has reviewed the RFP, studied the project site, and recommended a tailored approach to achieve consensus and reduce project cost and delays. These ideas are further elaborated in the project approach section of our proposal. HATCH, has joined KOA, to provide structural design services. HATCH is an award-winning multidisciplinary professional services international firm. HATCH brings extensive experience in grade separation improvement projects. Its expertise in highway, rail, and structural design is a perfect fit for the California Grade Separation project. Ms. Ming Guan, PE,TE, who has been with KOA for I I years, is being proposed as the Project Manager for the project. Ming has extensive experience with large scale highway engineering projects. Ming recently LOS ANGELES ONTARIO ORANGE SAN DIEGO 3190 C Shelby Street Ontario, CA 91764 t: 909.890.9693 f: 909.890.9694 www.l<oacorporation.com KOA CORPORATION e PLANNING & ENGINEERING Gateway Cities Council of Government (GCCOG). Ming is also the project manager for the on-going I-10/ Mt.Vernon UPRR Bridge Widening project in the City'of Colton, 1-215/Waterman Northbound On -Ramp Improvement Project in the City of San Bernardino, and I- I 0/Rancho Avenue Eastbound On -Ramp Widening project in the City of Colton. Most of all, Ming is an expert in geometric design. She teaches an Advanced Highway Engineering Course at Cal Poly Pomona. She co-authored a technical textbook entitled "Highway Geometric Design using InRoads" along with Professor Xudong Jia of Cal Poly Pomona. She has a proven record of solving many of the regions' most complex transportation issues with her solid understanding of transportation in both Civil and Traffic aspects. She is very familiar with state and federal requirements and has hands-on knowledge of Caltrans District 8, UPRR, and CPUP Standards. Assisting Ming, will be Kahono Oei, PE, who will serve as the Deputy Project Manager. He has more than 31 years of civil engineering experience in both private and public sectors. While he was serving as City Engineer for the City of Banning, he oversighted and completed the RCTD Sunset Rail Road Grade Separation Project. He will be responsible for Caltrans District 8 coordination. In addition, our R/R Coordination Sub -Consultant, Mr. Juan M. Diaz, PE, JMD, has over 30 years of experience with UPRR and BNSF. They will develop shoofly designs and staging that meets UPRR requirements, and lead coordination negotiations and approval from UPRR. Mr. Charles M. Schwinger, PE, with more than 22 years of experience in completing, major transportation projects including grade separation and interchanges, will serve as the Quality Control Officer for the project. The KOA Team also includes some very highly qualified and distinct sub -consultants for such important task activities.A matrix identifying KOA Team sub -consultants, their location, and project roles are listed in SECTION 2 of the proposal. We believe that you will find our proposal to be comprehensive and responsive with demonstrated ideas and approaches that clearly outline our approach to get this project completed within schedule and budget.We hereby acknowledge receipt of, and obligation to Addendum I.We accept the terms and conditions contained in Attachment "C" of the RFP. Our proposal is valid for a period of 120 days from the date of this submittal.We look forward to working on this interesting and exciting project. Sincerely, KOA Corporation Jimmy Lin, P.E. President/CEO 3190 C Shelby Street, Ontario, CA 91764 (909) 890-9693 TABLE OF CONTENTS COVER LETTER SECTION I: INTRODUCTION/INFORMATION SECTION 2: FIRM APPROACH SECTION 3: FIRM PROFILE/LOCATION OF PRINCIPAL OFFICE/ PROF. LIABILITY INSURANCE SECTION 4: ORGANIZATION CHART/LEAD CONSULTANT RESUMES & KEY PERSONNEL SECTION 5: SIMILAR PROJECT EXPERIENCE & REFERENCES SECTION 6: SCOPE OF SERVICES SECTION 7: PROJECT SCHEDULE SECTION 8: COST PROPOSAL (IN A SEPARATE, SEALED ENVELOPE) APPENDIX Resumes Acknowledgment of Addendum 1 tong Form Project Schedule LOS ANGELES ONTARIO ORANGE SAN DIEGO T 15 20 27 30 2 SECTION I: INTRODUCTION/INFORMATION PROJECT UNDERSTANDING The existing California Avenue is a north -south secondary arterial providing one travel lane in each direction. Three UPRR tracks run across California Avenue just south of the 1-10 overpassing bridge. The at -grade crossing is currently controlled by flashers with a crossing gate on the both sides of the road in each direction. Two of the tracks are UPRR's Yuma Main Line, and the third track is a branch line used for local access and siding that extends from about 1,500 ft west of Veile to 1,500 ft east of Beaumont. The UPRR's Yuma Main Line has experienced increases in freight (e.g., intermodal) traffic over the past decade. Consequently, the City of Beaumont is anticipating the need for a grade separation at California Avenue to alleviate congestion and safety concerns. It is expected that California Avenue will be lowered under the existing railroad track. A new bridge will be required to support the railroad track over California Avenue; and retaining/tie-back walls will be required under the existing I-10 overpassing to provide adequate vertical clearance at the tracks. Below are rendering figures that show Before and After conditions: KOA CORPORATION �-� PLANNING & ENGINEERING NAME OF FIRM KOA Corporation MAILING ADDRESS 3190 C Shelby Street Ontario, CA TELEPHONE NUMBER (909) 890-9693 MAIN CONTACT Ming Guan VP, Senior Engineer (909) 890-9693 mguan@koacorp.com :R'OF�ESS ON'A NGINEERIN ERVICE'S +ALIfORNf VBNU 1t'ikD EPARATtO - CITY OF 1WORKS SECTION I: INTRODUCTION/INFORMATION f` KOA CORPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING The full scope of services for this project has to be accomplished in four distinct phases including Geometric Approval/Project Maps, Preliminary Engineering, Final Design and Construction Bidding/Engineering Support. The design services provided will entail geometric layout taking into account the various right-of-way requirements and areas of potential impacts; on-going coordination with the City and UPRR staff, survey; geotechnical investigations and relevant reports including input data for structural design; developing bridge options and final design of the preferred option; roadway design; traffic management; construction staging; lighting; landscaping; erosion and sediment control plans; and utilities. The final products for the design phase will comprise engineered plans, specifications, and construction cost estimates. In addition, we will provide bidding and construction engineering support along with record drawing production during the final phase of the project. The City will select the most qualified firms based on a number of criteria including experience and understanding of the City's goals. We understand that the City would like to award a contract for phases I & 2 only. We also understand that the City's goal for this project is to deliver grade separation design that meets the agency requirements in a cost efficient manner. Each member of our team has been selected based on their prior experience. The following pages demonstrate our understanding of the design scope and our ability to focus on the details of design while prioritizing the key issues driving the project. Our structural design sub, HATCH, is an awarding -winning international design firm, with experience that allows us to incorporate innovative solutions early that will reduce the project impacts on property, utilities, and local residents. We offer a team that can bring innovative solutions to construction projects. Furthermore, our in-house traffic experts allow us to quickly review traffic operations as a part of our concept development. KEY ISSUES In order to develop a sound project approach, it is important to understand the project objective and correctly identify project challenges that will be encountered during project development. All members of the KOA project team have visited the project site; studied and researched the project area; and have identified the following key elements that will heavily influence the design decisions related to project developments. CONSISTENCY WITH THE CITY'S GENERAL PLAN AND CONTEXT SENSITIVE DESIGN According to the City's General Plan, California Avenue is classified as Secondary Arterial. It is important to note that the context sensitive issues related to pedestrian facilities are required to be considered. The continuity of pedestrian facilities on the north end and south end beyond the underpass must be taken into account. ADA Compliance site review shall be conducted. We are suggesting that retaining walls be constructed along both sides of the underpass to reduce construction costs. The sidewalk will stay at the existing grade when it connects to Sth Street. We also do not anticipate any changes or modifications to the existing 1-10 bridge structure. The following cross sections represent the desired improvements of grade separation project: CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT -7 4, t5 'Of Alle" I . a - I U 11 -7 4, t5 'Of Alle" I . a - I -7 4, t5 'Of Alle" SECTION I: INTRODUCTION/INFORMATION A) Under I- 10 Bridge PROTECTEMSTING FOOT110 AN f KOA CORPORATION L._` PLANNING & ENGINEERING BARRIER B) Under the UPRR Overcrossing Bridge VNPAVEMMt LOCAL IMPACTS AND RIGHT OF WAY CONSIDERATIONS PAWMIEWROAMM PRO 88D M'1i 15. ABUMENT I l't..!..1 There are commercial buildings located both north and south of the freeway. Per our early discussion with the City staff, we understand that the City has the substantial goal of avoiding impact to the structures. Our goal is to avoid full take of the properties while developing alternatives. Access impacts to the Luis Estrada Road and West 4th Street are to be carefully considered as it is one of the control factors for overcrossing bridge structure design. We will need the City's input to help guide the ROW impact directions and the priorities before developing the alternative geometrics. Ultimately, we want to find a win-win solution for the freeway operations as well as the neighborhoods. The KOA team will coordinate closely with the City's Right of Way consultant for the project. MAINTAINING RAILROAD OPERATIONS AND LOCAL ACCESS Maintaining railroad operations by way of a two track shoofly will be essential to ensure that freight and passenger traffic is not significantly delayed during construction of the grade separation project. The Yuma Main Line has a considerable amount of UPRR freight activity resulting in extreme sensitivity to any interruption of passenger and freight traffic in the region. Limited passing tracks often create congestion to high-speed passenger trains and slower freight trains through single-track sections. Bridge, utility and signal improvements will require careful planning of proposed project phasing to minimize interruption of rail operations which are vital to all rail corridor operators. The existing siding and spur tracks on the south side of the Yuma Main Line will require reconfiguration of operations during construction due to the loss of access at California Avenue during bridge construction. Track reconfiguration will require rail access the east for the siding and spur tracks existing east of California CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT SECTION I: INTRODUCTION/INFORMATION KOA CORPORATION PLANNING 8 ENGINEERING Avenue. Rail access from to the siding and spur tracks west of California Avenue will be provided from the two track shoofly and from tracks west of Veile Avenue. Overall, maintaining railroad operations and local access will be a critical element in the development of a comprehensive and effective project alternative and ultimate construction package that meets both design and construction requirements. Below are two shoofly alternatives: SAFETY/SIGHT DISTANCE The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has established General Orders which define standard vertical and horizontal clearances that must be maintained from existing and proposed track alignments to maintain safety and adequate sight distance. Such"""y"' clearances are often dictated by additional railroad requirements such as electrification, addition of future tracks, and whether or not roadway and track alignments ==—r Tp ys'-r are within curved or tangent sections. In addition, there are commonly other project needs including crash walls to protect the integrity of highway bridges over railroad corridors as well as access roads to provide access to railroad maintenance crews. Horizontal clearances will be dictated by the need to accommodate additional tracks, existing and proposed utilities, access roads, and railroad signal equipment. Roadway sight distance is another important element of a grade separation CITY OF tNT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT SECTION I: INTRODUCTION/INFORMATION KOA CORPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING of California Avenue. Most alignments will offer a skewed crossing beneath or over the railroad tracks which present sight distance limitations. Sight distance can be maximized by offering an alignment that avoids intersections within the skewed crossing segment. RAILROAD/RAIL TRANSIT PROJECTS The Yuma Subdivision or Main Line has considerable rail traffic generated by UPRR and Amtrak trains sharing the same corridor. The corridor, which has a maximum track grade of approximately 1.5% is owned by UPRR and has seen significant growth in goods movement leading to the need to grade separate to improve safety and mobility. The corridor, adjacent to Interstate 10, has mostly double -track segments that provide the opportunity for expansion as railroad operations increase and capacity becomes limited. Consequently, proposed projects in the vicinity of the California Avenue Grade Separation must be accounted for and integrated to ensure the success and timely construction of the project. DRAINAGE/UTILITIES The Yuma Main Line has numerous drainage facilities and utilities along each side of the railroad corridor including fiber optic lines, railroad signal equipment, pipelines, and overhead utilities. Some of these facilities will require protection and relocation which is generally a long lead item that needs to be coordinated with third party utility purveyors. Storm flows running down California Avenue from East 6th Street to the project site (UPRR) are intercepted by existing catch basins/inlets and storm drains at East 5th Street. A double culvert pipe and drainage inlet located at the northwest side and northeast side of the railroad and California Avenue, respectively, convey surface flows coming from the north and discharge them into an earthen channel south of East 4th Street. The KOA team will assess the impacts of.the proposed grade separation improvements to the existing drainage conditions and provide drainage measures to mitigate against adverse impacts associated with the proposed improvements. Particular attention will be given to the proposed sump on California Avenue at the railroad crossing. We will develop drainage solutions on how to drain the sump due to lack of positive drainage outlet. We will also develop drainage mitigation against adverse impacts associated with potential increase in storm flows. RAILROAD CONSTRUCTION REQUIREMENTS Another critical element of the design process involves meeting design, operational, construction, and real estate requirements established by UPRR and CPUC, particularly when the proposed improvements are closer than 25 feet from an active mainline track. Such requirements include phasing proposed grade separation projects to follow construction windows, slow orders, and flagging operations dictated by the railroad. In addition, railroad operations often dictate construction clearances that must be followed to design necessary falsework as well as protect active mainlines, through fencing, to prevent construction equipment from "fouling" (i.e., blocking) live tracks. I R : i �9lLrL114Sll1flL, ]�, 1 '. _Mm i � 1 i ' � i 11 __ 8 CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT KOA CORPORATION _ SECTION I: INTRODUCTION/INFORMATION (7-4 PLANNING &ENGINEERING RAILROAD PERMITS AND AGREEMENTS Railroad permitting begins with obtaining right of entry (ROE) to conduct activities within the railroad corridor within 25 feet of an active track. Other permits include utility crossing permits as well as real estate licenses and crossing applications filed with the CPUC. Project approval is contingent on the execution of a Construction and Maintenance (C&M) agreement between the, local railroad (i.e., UPRR) and the lead agency (i.e., City, County or State). The Team includes members who have worked for and with the railroad. Staff has processed railroad reviews and permits for similar projects and understands permitting requirements. WHY KOA? We have found that contact early and strictly following the Caltrans Project Development Procedures Manual and the Highway Design Manual are most effective in achieving timely Caltrans approvals. The KOA team's key staff is familiar with the process for Caltrans review. and approvals, and has anticipated appropriate review periods in our project schedule. KNOWLEDGE OF GRADE SEPARATION DESIGN PROJECTS The KOA team brings unmatched experience in grade separation improvement projects, from concept and feasibility through preliminary and detailed design, procurement and construction -management, to operational and maintenance management. Our expertise in highway, rail, and structural design is a perfect fit for the Beaumont California Avenue Grade Separation project. KNOWLEDGE OF CALTRANS APPROVAL PROCEDURES AND STANDARDS The KOA team has recent Caltrans District 8 coordination and approval experience. The knowledge and lessons -learned will allow KOA to obtaining consensus and approvals from Caltrans in an efficient and effective manner and eliminate delays related to project reviews and approvals. KNOWLEDGE OF RAILROAD PROCEDURES AND STANDARDS As part of the KOA team, JMD, who served as UPRR's on-call and expert engineer in California, will develop shoofly designs and staging that meets UPRR requirements, and lead coordination negotiations and approval from UPRR. As UPRR's on-call and expert engineer, JMD is responsible for reviewing proposed projects and ensuring that such projects meet design, construction and operational requirements. Knowledge of railroad requirements is an essential element of any project interfacing with railroad corridors. JMD's staff is very familiar with UPRR railroad standards and operating procedures. Several key personnel are roadway worker safety trained and are currently involved on grade separation projects in the region. KNOWLEDGE OF CONSTRUCTION ISSUES The Sunset Avenue Grade Separation project, located just 4 miles east of California Avenue, has identical improvement scopes and similar design challenges. KOA's recent construction inspection and support experience enables us to identify potential risks and address the issues of the project during design phase. CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT SECTION 2: FIRM APPROACH KOA CORPORATION PLANNING 6 ENGINEERING SECTION 2: WORK PLAN AND APPROACH The KOA team understands each and every step needed to develop a thorough preliminary engineering document that defines the project, and will follow that up with a solid approach to deliver the PS&E package. The KOA team will develop the most cost effective solution to minimize impacts to local businesses and residents, and gain approval from the railroad and Caltrans, setting the path for environmental approval, and positioning the project for construction. We are ready to begin immediately; in fact, our research and development of preliminary concepts as shown in the Key Issues section gives us a head start on the efforts. Currently, the same KOA team is preparing the PS&E package for the Mount Vernon Avenue UPRR Bridge and Roadway Widening project which is similar to the California Road Grade Separation project. The extensive knowledge gained from the Mount Vernon UPRR bridge project will enable the KOA team to have an in-depth understanding of the UPRR and Caltrans design standards, and identify potential project risks, as well as provide more cost-effective service. Below are approaches of key project elements: PROJECT PURPOSE AND NEED, SCOPE, AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT At project commencement, KOA will meet with the City to discuss the project goals, meetings, information submittals, and scope of work in depth. We will establish an agreed-upon schedule and budget, and review the program with the City. The schedule and project cost will be monitored throughout project development, and regular updates provided to the City through reporting and/or at our regular project meetings. TRAFFIC STUDIES: Traffic analysis is the foundation for establishing base line and basis of Design Criteria. The KOA team will prepare traffic studies based on the available traffic data and City modeling, and provide multimodal review to address temporary construction and permanent impacts, as well as possible improvements to Pedestrian/Bicycle/Transit facilities. ALTERNATIVES DEVELOPMENT: Prior to commencing the analysis and alternative development, the KOA team will review all available documents and plans relevant to the development of the project. Given the high level of activity surrounding the grade separation area, pre -coordination and regular on-going communication with relevant agencies and stakeholders will be crucial in keeping this project moving forward with few surprises. ALTERNATIVE EVALUATION: Evaluations will be performed for the no -build condition and for each viable alternative. The KOA team will prepare an evaluation matrix, assessment of adverse impact, connection to the public road system, consistency with local plans, and coordination with development initiatives. NON STANDARD ROADWAY DESIGN IDENTIFICATION: The geometric development is the core development of the project in which we will determine the basic elements of the project to recommend for implementation. We will identify any nonstandard features that require Roadway Design Exceptions and obtain City, UPRR, and Caltrans consensus before advancing the project into the next phase of development. RISK REGISTER: As part of the Preliminary Engineering, we will prepare a risk assessment. We will utilize Caltrans risk register template and identify potential project risks over the course of project development, including both opportunities and threats. Risk items will be considered covering a variety of project areas such as environmental, design, right of way, structural, organizational, and project management. The KOA team has developed a project flow chart that demonstrates our thorough understanding of the anticipated and required efforts from inception to completion of the project. The flow diagram below is, f ti6TEal,jsi,o:i'11ii[e,]9ll'119�! <<il �r��;�f!L ' i r b !' 10 CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT SECTION 2: FIRM APPROACH developed after reviewing the Scope of Work included in the RFP schedule and stakeholder coordination strateev. MW name Sint- Araw menta pure De%lgru l vle�t e�ittel LKOA CORPORATION <r. PLANNING& ENGINEERING The flow diagram also shows the probable #OSA,' mer:, 4 0t11111:1ftvo Fttli S arrll+nano ,�'�'T� 5:a1. Film,n-.1n1 �t► � 1 �stlroalc • ml 1 DELIVERY OF SCOPE OF SERVICES The scope of services delivery is based on an integrated work plan involving technical disciplines assigned to key elements of the scope of work. The overall methodology will be structured to provide for full continuity across project deliverables to avoid conflict between various project objectives. This will ensure that best design solutions are integrated with smooth construction activity and seamless project delivery. The KOA team is comprised of various technical and supporting disciplines, including structural design, roadway design, staging, drainage/utility relocations, geotechnical investigation, and landscaping. The team will work closely to identify conflicts and quickly resolve issues. To offer a typical but classic example, structures and geotechnical disciplines routinely partner in an effort to ensure any issues are resolved quickly. We are committed to providing innovative and constructible solutions and exceeding the City's expectations for the deliverables mentioned in the RFP. An initial task critical to ensuring a smooth start to the Project is to collect and review all existing relevant data available to the Project: Project site constraints and background data will be validated. A brief summary of the scope delivery methodology for various phases is as follows: PHASE I —GEOMETRIC LAYOUT As per the RFP requirements, up to 3 geometric layouts will be investigated for the proposed grade separation. Several factors will be taken into account at this preliminary stage such as the right-of-way requirements, area of potential impacts, utility presence and need to relocate/re-design, rail operations and how they relate to the construction methodology, etc. Of the above, the most critical factors are the method selected for constructing the grade separation itself and the operational constraints. Our approach to all assignments considers various options in our quest to best meet the needs of our clients. For this project, we will review several alternative construction staging options taking into consideration UPRR's operational constraints. The different alternatives will be presented to the City staff for review and selection of the most appropriate layout. Depending on the factors listed above, a parallel grade separated structure or a bridge along the current track alignment may be chosen. PHASE 2 — PRELIMINARY DESIGN This phase will commence upon the selection and approval of the most suitable geometric layout by the City. In this phase, detailed research and data gathering will be carried out to ensure a complete understanding ii 1 i tc�@L� 4 CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT e uFtrainc C tmriee , 1 ra& l otla5epiial' usk #fileCms4hY Exception:- 11Eern�thrs y F Enol Detipn Lilflititx �c �- l GPi1�7L4, -- utlkt atrfili l_ th* m s Otago. - fUslehs+essmtat S rpt}. Um "flat Cat sfeucefl7rflll _ M'IV i i:ete Asig�m Rra9ew f #OSA,' mer:, 4 0t11111:1ftvo Fttli S arrll+nano ,�'�'T� 5:a1. Film,n-.1n1 �t► � 1 �stlroalc • ml 1 DELIVERY OF SCOPE OF SERVICES The scope of services delivery is based on an integrated work plan involving technical disciplines assigned to key elements of the scope of work. The overall methodology will be structured to provide for full continuity across project deliverables to avoid conflict between various project objectives. This will ensure that best design solutions are integrated with smooth construction activity and seamless project delivery. The KOA team is comprised of various technical and supporting disciplines, including structural design, roadway design, staging, drainage/utility relocations, geotechnical investigation, and landscaping. The team will work closely to identify conflicts and quickly resolve issues. To offer a typical but classic example, structures and geotechnical disciplines routinely partner in an effort to ensure any issues are resolved quickly. We are committed to providing innovative and constructible solutions and exceeding the City's expectations for the deliverables mentioned in the RFP. An initial task critical to ensuring a smooth start to the Project is to collect and review all existing relevant data available to the Project: Project site constraints and background data will be validated. A brief summary of the scope delivery methodology for various phases is as follows: PHASE I —GEOMETRIC LAYOUT As per the RFP requirements, up to 3 geometric layouts will be investigated for the proposed grade separation. Several factors will be taken into account at this preliminary stage such as the right-of-way requirements, area of potential impacts, utility presence and need to relocate/re-design, rail operations and how they relate to the construction methodology, etc. Of the above, the most critical factors are the method selected for constructing the grade separation itself and the operational constraints. Our approach to all assignments considers various options in our quest to best meet the needs of our clients. For this project, we will review several alternative construction staging options taking into consideration UPRR's operational constraints. The different alternatives will be presented to the City staff for review and selection of the most appropriate layout. Depending on the factors listed above, a parallel grade separated structure or a bridge along the current track alignment may be chosen. PHASE 2 — PRELIMINARY DESIGN This phase will commence upon the selection and approval of the most suitable geometric layout by the City. In this phase, detailed research and data gathering will be carried out to ensure a complete understanding ii 1 i tc�@L� 4 CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT SECTION 2: FIRM APPROACH KOA CORPORATION f ° PLANNING & ENGINEERING of utility locations, highway design requirements and survey, as each of these impact the bridge and associated structure design. On-going consultation with the City and UPRR staff will be maintained with respect to operational requirements, both for the existing alignment and, if proposed, for the diversion alignment. Construction staging and traffic management methodologies will be laid out during this phase and further refined as needed during the course of the preliminary design. Plans will be developed to allow implementation of the construction work with minimum disruption to the rail and road traffic. Areas where safety and flow of traffic may be improved through the use of signing, delineation, safety and/or other innovative devices will be identified. In addition, geotechnical findings and recommendations will be thoroughly studied and incorporated in the bridge options study. Various suitable bridge superstructure and substructure options will be analyzed for carrying the UPRR tracks with due consideration given to constructability, long term durability and life cycle costs. Various bridge superstructure options comprising concrete and steel girders, including steel through plate girders will be explored. Abutments (integral or non -integral) and foundation types, such as spread footings or piles, will be thoroughly studied. In addition, associated structural design such as retaining walls will also be carried out as part of this exercise. Through the preliminary design phase and as a result of the communication with the City and other stake holders, a need for other associated structural components may also be identified. A bridge type selection report will be produced including review and discussion of the various bridge designs and costs to help facilitate discussion and final selection of the preferred bridge option. We will present our findings and coordinate review and approval of the preferred bridge option, aesthetics, and details with the City and UPRR. Items such as right of way acquisitions, neighborhood impacts, lighting and electrical, and potential environmental impacts will be recognized in this phase and coordinated with the City. We will submit preliminary plans, quantity take -offs, and a project cost estimate including structural and roadway components itemized separately. PHASE 3 — FINAL DESIGN After written approval of preliminary plans by the City and UPPR, we will proceed with the detailed design of the California Avenue Grade Separation. The final design phase will largely build upon the preliminary design phase. It is, however, of paramount importance to the success of the Project that the team be continuously cognizant of the on-going needs of Project stakeholders. We will be part of the communication process including periodic coordination meetings with the City and UPRR staff and representatives of other stakeholders to review work progress and obtain any additional input to ensure we address all concerns and coordinate the plans and specifications processing. We will produce complete plans for the bridge, foundations, retaining walls, and any other structures based on the identified needs in Phase 2. Complete staging and traffic detour plans will also be produced during final design. Complete tender documents including Caltrans -based Special Provisions and Standard Specifications will be prepared for competitive bidding by qualified contractors. Quantity estimates and cost estimates with Roadway and Bridge components itemized separately will be provided. During this phase, consultation with the City's Consultant will allow the generation of a detailed design of the rail bridge, meeting the City and UPPR design requirements as well as the production of technical sections for the fabrication and construction specifications. Signed (final) mylar construction drawings, 65% and 100% plans, final and 65% and 100% bid documents, all final reports, and CDs containing all relevant project data will be produced. PHASE 4 — CONSTRUCTION BIDDING AND ENGINEERING SUPPORT The support during construction bidding and construction engineering will comprise clarification and interpretation of the drawings and specifications due to our first-hand knowledge of the design and tender documents. We will answer any RFIs, resolve any ambiguities in the design intent, and prepare any addenda, if CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT SECTION 2: FIRM APPROACH I.. KOA CORPORATIONPLANNING & ENGINEERING needed, for further information and clarification. We will be on hand to review and tabulate bids, if so requested by the City. In addition to the above, we will attend the pre -construction meeting, review construction progress and compliance by visiting the job site on a monthly basis, and provide help with discrepancies in the contract documents. We will also review any construction non -conformances and provide support and input on proposed remedial measures. We will prepare any necessary drawings for further work item clarification and to support Contract Change Orders (CCOs), if/when needed. Within two months of completion of project construction, we will produce record drawings to capture complete information about what was built. PROJECT MANAGEMENT Our organizational approach will be based upon our knowledge of the City's objective, project requirements, and our subsequent translation of those into a project plan. It will provide structure for directing, controlling, and reporting project activities. KOA's management plan for the engineering services will provide a mechanism to ensure high-quality end products, in a timely and cost effective manner. The management plan elements include technical, schedule and cost control, progress reporting, coordination, and organization. Internal cost control procedures include budget control, which is facilitated by computerized management information reports that provide tabulations of actual cost and manpower expenditures incurred against those budgeted. The project manager will be responsible for exercising cost control, manpower scheduling, resource allocation, and estimates of cost -to -complete, performed on a period -by -period basis. A key aspect of a successful project is the ability of the consultant team's project manager and the City project manager to work together both closely and effectively. To facilitate this, KOA's project manager will be responsive to questions and issues that may arise; be responsible for ensuring that the budget and schedule are maintained; and provide support and advice to the City's project manager, as needed. She will provide a single point of contact for questions and concerns and will ensure consultant team members are meeting standards for quality of work. Effective project management will include scheduled progress meetings and status updates via phone and e-mail as information becomes available. Status reports will accompany. invoices, and summaries of meeting minutes will be provided to the City within one business day. KOA's PM will maintain a reasonable workload so that she can be responsive and available to the City while maintaining flexibility to deal with changes and adjustments to the project schedule. SUBCONSULTANTS The KOA team also includes some very highly qualified and distinct sub -consultants for such important task activities. A matrix identifying KOA Team sub -consultants, their location, and project roles are shown in the matrix below. �.��� „.: ':��r���.� �ms���fi�� •tee . HATCH )MDIs , Inc 1000.1066 W. Hastings Structures 18645 East Gale Avenue, Suite Shoofly Design Street, Vancouver, British Design 212 Coordination Columbia, Canada VSE 3X2 i City of Industry, CA 91748 - SCST, Inc. Foundation KDM McHdian Survey & ROW 514 North California Ave, Report & 22541 Aspan Street, Suite C, Lake Forest, CA, 92630 Impact Suite S. Geotechnical { Beaumont, CA 92223 Study Lynn Capuya, Inc Aguilar Consulting, Inc 2155 Chicago Avenue, Suite Hydrology 17992 Mitchell Avenue, Suite Landscaping Study Design 1 1 0 301, Riverside, CA 92507 Irvine, CA 92614 i 13 CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT SECTION 2: FIRM APPROACH ,�...., KOA CORPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING Our approach to providing the City with the necessary high quality level of service involves the following key elements: A STRONG AND FAST START Prior to receiving the Notice to Proceed (NTP), KOA will study the project locations to understand the challenges and issues, project schedule, and the budget. SKILLFUL COORDINATION OF THE PROJECT KOA understands that prioritizing coordination with the project's stakeholders is the key to the project's success. The Project Manager, Ming Guan, will use the kickoff meeting with the City to share information about the design; to identify potential issues early on; and to gain consensus with the City staff as early as possible. CONTINUING SUPPORT AND PROJECT COMMITMENT As she has demonstrated on past projects, Ms. Guan is committed to this project from start to finish. She will provide overall project management, strategic coordination, and continuous supervision throughout the project duration. MAXIMIZING TEAM STRENGTH In addition to those listed in the Organization Chart, KOA's resource -pooling approach will take advantage of additional support from staff in the other KOA offices. Some of the potential tasks to be addressed include community toolboxes, preparation of display graphics and videos, and other traffic engineering issues. GUARANTEED RESPONSIVENESS Above all, KOA will be responsive to the needs of the City. Having worked with the City on previous design projects, KOA truly understands that the key step towards project success is to be responsive. All individuals listed on the organization chart are highly reliable and proficient within the KOA team. The KOA Project Manager and Principal -in -Charge will make all reasonable efforts and take the appropriate measures, within our means, to ensure that sufficient staffing resources are available to handle any of the City's requests. KOA will communicate on a regular basis with the City regarding project matters, and will notify the City of any anticipated difficulties, issues, or concerns, so that there are no surprises to the City. As needed, we will meet with City staff at key milestones to discuss project status and deliverables, and to resolve any project issues. QUALITY ASSURANCE PROGRAM KOA is focused on continuous improvement. Consequently, the company has a formal Quality Assurance program in place for all of our engineering design projects. Formal quality control checklists will be employed and will be provided to the City for review upon request. Mr. Charlie Schwinger, PE, has been designated as the QA/QC Manager. To ensure adherence to budget and schedule, Charlie will conduct and be responsible for the quality control of the project, from inception to the completion of the final design, including the preparation of the PS&E. OALO14 I KOA CORPORATION SECTION 3: FIRM PROFILE/LOCATION OF PRINCIPAL OFFICE `l PLANNING & ENGINEERING DESCRIPTION OF THE FIRM Founded in 1987, KOA Corporation (KOA) is a leading provider in traffic engineering, transportation planning and construction management services for public agencies and private sector clients. We offer our clients technical knowledge, innovative solutions and responsive services. The hallmark of our success is our dedication to the success of each and every project and our desire to leave a legacy of extraordinary contributions to our communities. Our staff includes certified transportation planners, registered civil and traffic engineers, project/construction managers, and construction inspectors. With four offices located in Southern California, KOA has provided engineering services for some of the largest public works and transportation planning projects throughout California. KOA is a California Corporation, a regional firm based and working primarily in California. The office assigned to this project will be our Ontario office located at 3190 C Shelby Street, Ontario, CA 91764, (909) 890-9693. The KOA team is well-qualified, fully prepared, and eager to provide the City of Beaumont with the required services to provide engineering design and project management services. KOA Corporation has a strong financial history and a positive financial outlook. The firm is in excellent financial condition and has no bankruptcies, pending litigations, planned office closures, or pending mergers. We have no prior or ongoing civil or criminal litigations or investigations pending in which KOA has been judged guilty or liable in the past five years. PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY INSURANCE AREAS OF PARTICULAR EXPERTISE Traffic Engineering Transportation Planning Highway & Transportation Design Program Management Construction Managemen NUMBER OF PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL 90 YEARS IN BUSINESS 30 years OFFICE LOCATIONS Monterey Park Ontario Orange San Diego ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE S Corporation LOCATION OF PRINCIPAL OFFICE 3190 C Shelby Street Ontario, CA 91764 KOA Corporation can provide professional liability insurance inluding liability at a minimum of one million per occurance, worker's compensation, and vehicle coverage including comprenhensive and collision isurance naming the City of Beaumont as additional insured. These insurances will be in force at the time of contract execution. i. -Ir"JiUVRDA11 rim 11110�111�12 H., CITY Of BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT SECTION 3: FIRM PROFILE HATCH As an employee -owned, award-winning multidisciplinary professional services firm, Hatch undertakes major infrastructure projects from concept and feasibility through preliminary and detailed design, procurement and construction -management, to operational and maintenance management. They are currently engaged in bridges & highways, rail & transit, rail systems, tunneling, airports, ports and container terminals, across the globe. They have served clients for more than 60 years with project experience in more than 150 countries around the world. With over 9,000 people in over 65 offices, they have more than $35 billion in projects currently under management. TYPES OF. SERVICES Aviation, Highways and Bridges, Ports and Marine, Rail and Transit, Transportation and Logistics, Tunnels, Urban Solutions, Water &.the Natural Environment YEAR FOUNDED: 1955 KDM MERIDIAN KDM Meridian is a professional Land Surveying and Civil Engineering consulting firm specializing in GPS, conventional land surveying, and project mapping, municipal engineering, and C.I.P. management. TYPES OF SERVICES Construction Surveys, Bo u ndary/Cad astral Surveys, Topographic/ Design Surveys, Legal Descriptions/Plat Maps, ALTA Surveys, Right -of - Way Engineering/Mapping, etc. YEAR FOUNDED: 2000 JMDIAZ, INC. JMD1az, Inc. (JMD), a California corporation, offers a full range of transportation planning and civil engineering covering highways, land development, rail, traffic and transit projects for regional and local agencies as well as schools, railroads and private entities in California. Originally founded by Juan M. Diaz in 2001, JMD serves clients from its offices in Industry, Anaheim and San Diego, California. Currently, JMD has a staff of 24 professionals and administrative staff. TYPES OF SERVICES Traffic Engineering, Transportation Planning, Civil Engineering, Highway & Transportation Design, Program Management, Construction Management, Land Development YEAR FOUNDED: 2001 CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT KOA CORPOPATTON PLANNING & ENGINEERING �cTCH FORM OF THE ORGANIZATION Corporation LOCATION OF OFFICES North America-- 5500, South America - 1200, Europe — 200 Africa — 1000, Asia — 500, Australia — 600 NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 9000 C FORM OF THE ORGANIZATION California Corporation LOCATION OF OFFICES Lake Forest — I I NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES II r a M 1:3 YEAR FOUNDED 2001 FORM OF THE ORGANIZATION S Corporation LOCATION OF OFFICES Los Angeles — 22, San Diego — Anaheim — I NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 24 16 SECTION 3: FIRM PROFILE AGUILAR CONSULTING, INC: Established in 2011 as an S -Corporation, Aguilar Consulting, Inc. (ACI) provides professional hydrology, hydraulics, floodplain and sediment transport studies, drainage and transportation design services. Their entrepreneurial spirit and commitment to innovation have allowed them to maintain a competitive cost structure while offering superior services. ACI employs 8 professionals primarily serving Southern California. ACI office is located at 2155 Chicago Avenue, Suite 301, Riverside, CA 92507; Phone Number is (951)300-1431; Fax Number is (951)300-1435. TYPES OF SERVICES OFFERED Drainage/Flood Control Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Stormwater Quality, Municipal Plan Checking Services YEAR FOUNDED: 1991 SCSI, INC. SCSI, Inc. is a professional services firm providing geotechnical engineering, environmental consulting, special inspection, materials testing, and facilities consulting services. They are a State of California Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) and a certified Service - Disabled Veteran -Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) by the Department of Veterans Affairs CVE. The firm also operates four geotechnical and materials laboratories throughout California. TYPES OF SERVICES Geotechnical Engineering, Earthwork Observation &Testing, Special Inspection & Materials Testing, Environmental Engineering & Science, Facilities Consulting YEAR FOUNDED: 1959 LYNN CAPOUYA, INC. Lynn Capouya, Inc. (LCI), is a full service landscape architectural design firm specializing in sustainable landscape design for both public and private market segments. LCI is SBE / DBE / UDBE certified. Their headquarters are located in Irvine, California, with field offices in downtown Los Angeles and Indian Wells. TYPES OF SERVICES Client and Team Coordination Project Planning Kickoff Schematic Design, Construction Documentation Plan Check, Construction Administration Project Closeout YEAR FOUNDED: 1979 t CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENTAXIM Hamm KOA CORPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING FORM OF THE ORGANIZATION S Corporation LOCATION & SIZE OF EACH OFFICE Riverside - 8 NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 8 z P .vpm Z FORM OF THE ORGANIZATION S Corporation LOCATION OF OFFICES San Diego — 93 Riverside — 10 Los Angeles/Pico Rivera — 9 Indio — 8 NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 157 LYNN CAPOUYA INC. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS FORM OF THE ORGANIZATION Corporation LOCATION OF OFFICES Irvine — 15 NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 15 17 I- KOA CORPORATION �. SECTION 4: ORGANIZATION CHART & KEY PERSONNEL PLANNING &ENGINEERING We have put together and organized the most qualified, knowledgeable, and experienced engineering team to undertake this exciting project. We believe your expectations will be exceeded by the KOA team's performance. Our team will be instructed to abide by the City, UPRR and Caltrans' guidelines and complete project as directed, to maintain the proposed project schedule. The key personnel, their roles and responsibilities are shown below on the organization chart. They will be available for the duration of the project. No key person shall be removed or replaced without prior written concurrence of the City. Jimmy Lin, PE Charles Schwinger, PETE, PTOE,AICP Chuck Stephan, PE Task Leader Stephen Bise, PE Andrew Osaki, EIT Roadway Design Giuseppe Canzonieri, PE Construction Staging Andrew Neuhaus, PG, CEG Thomas B. Canady, PE Geotechnical Ming Guan, PE,TE Saqib Khan, PE, SE, M.A.Sc. Task Leader Nathan Mack Andrew Middleton, P.Eng. Bridges Jon Phelan, EIT, M.Sc. Independent Review/ Structures QC J Chuck Stephan, PE Specifications/Cost Estimating a Lynn Capouya,ASLA KevinYamachika Landscape Architecture LEGEND: E KOA Corporation i HATCH Brian Marchetti,AICP KDM Meridian L JMDiaz, Inc, (DBE) E Aguilar Consulting, Inc. SigninglSignalslLightinglTMP SCST, Inc. (DBE) Lynn Capouya, Inc. (DBE) Kahono Oei, PE I &/&WLg- Juan Diaz, PE, MBA DougYeh, PE Task Leader i Task Leader Steve Itagaki, PETE, PTOE Brian Marchetti,AICP Shoofly Design Traffic Studies Ivan Salvatierra, PETE Eric Yang, PETE Right of Entry (ROE) Permit SigninglSignalslLightinglTMP Railroad Design Review UPRR & CPUC Permitting 9 Construction & Management .TI.FESSIONA. NGINEERIN ERVICEVENUE RA'l) EPARiAT10 Richard M. Maher, PLS Kevin Higgins SurveyinglROW Constructability Review KOA CORPORATION �PLANNING & ENGINEERING SECTION + LEAD CONSULTANT RESUMES & KEY PERSONNEL MING GUAM, PE, TE EDUCATION PROJECT MANAGER MS, Civil Engineering, California KOA Corporation State Polytechnic University, KAHONO OEI, PE Pomona, CA, 2011 Ms. Ming Guan, PE, TE; who has been with KOA for I I years, is being MS, Civil Engineering, proposed as the Project Manager for the project. Ming has extensive BS, Civil Engineering, California experience with large scale highway engineering projects. Ming recently State Polytechnic University, completed Preliminary Engineering for 1-710/1-5 connected ramps Pomona, CA, 2006 design for Los Angeles County Metro and Gateway Cities Council BS, Civil Engineering, of Government (GCCOG). Ming is also the project manager for the California State University, on-going 1-10/Mt.Vernon UPRR Bridge Widening project in the City of REGISTRATIONS Colton, 1-215/Waterman Northbound On -Ramp Improvement Project Registered Civil Engineer in the City of San Bernardino, and I- I 0/Rancho Avenue Eastbound #75793, CA On -Ramp Widening project in the City of Colton. Most of all, Ming REGISTRATIONS is an expert in geometric design. She teaches an Advanced Highway Registered Traffic Engineer Engineering Course at Cal Poly Pomona. She co-authored a technical "Highway #2795, CA textbook entitled Geometric Design using InRoads" along with Professor Xudong Jia of Cal Poly Pomona. She has proven record CA, Real Estate license, on solving many of the regions' most complex transportation issue #01014868 with her solid understanding of transportation in both Civil and Traffic aspects. She is very familiar with state and federal requirements and has hands-on knowledge of Caltrans, UPRR, and Green Book Standards. • Metro 1-710/1-5 Connectors Ramp Design; Los Angeles, CA • Mt. Vernon Ave UPRR Bridge/Roadway Widening, Colton, CA • I-10/Rancho Avenue On -Ramp Widening, Colton, CA KAHONO OEI, PE EDUCATION PROJECT DEPUTY MANAGER (CALTRANS COORDINATOR) MS, Civil Engineering, KOA Corporation California State University, Fullerton, CA Mr. Kahono Oei has more than 31 years of civil engineering experience in both private and public sectors. He has served as Deputy Director BS, Civil Engineering, of Public Works and City Engineer for the cities of Banning and California State University, Torrance. In those capacities, he was responsible for the approval of Fullerton, CA all aspects of residential/ commercial land development; the design and implementation of capital improvement projects such as streets, water, wastewater treatment plants and distribution systems; managing solid REGISTRATIONS waste collection; and managing Banning airport operations. As a project Professional Engineer (Civil), CA engineer, he was responsible for the design/preparation of grading, #52652 street, water, sewer and storm drain improvement plans. • City of Torrance Engineering Manager, Torrance, CA CA, Real Estate license, • City of Banning City Engineer, Banning, CA #01014868 • Sunset Avenue Underpass Project OTHER KEY PERSONNEL Please refer to the Appendix for Key Personnel Resumes. i,, a i l�l�{ItT a'_ a 19 CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT KOA CORPORATION SECTION 5: SIMILAR PROJECT EXPERIENCE & REFERENCES ``� ` PLANNING & ENGINEERING KOA was selected by the City for this major Federally Funded bridge widening project. This project requires the existing bridge to be widened from existing 2 lanes to 4 lanes with bike lanes on each side including curb gutter and sidewalk. The roadway also intersects with EB Ramps of 1-10 interchange which will also require modification and approval from Caltrans District 8. This is a federally funded project so NEPA and CEQA Clearance will be required through Caltrans District 8 which has been delegated the NEPA clearance responsibility by FHWA. Main challenges of the project include maintaining the required clearance over the UPRR tracks; obtaining approval of the design from UPRR; and project approval from Caltrans District 8. Other design features include geometric design of the bridge alignment including EB ramp modifications at.the interchange, hydraulic studies, drainage design, bridge structure design,, and geotechnical studies including Initial Site Assessment study (ISA). Reference: City of Colton, Victor Ortiz, (909) 370-5065 KOA was recently awarded a contract to design North Hills Parkway, which is anew road, proposed as a four -lane arterial roadway. It will cross the right-of-way (ROW) of the Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR) as a grade -separated under - crossing. This section of North Hills Parkway N/S also crosses a Southern California Edison (SCE) ROW, with high-voltage power lines mounted on steel towers. KOA is preparing a complete PS&E design package for the City. The full extent of North Hills Parkway will extend to the north from Los Angeles Avenue near the western city boundary and continue east approximately four miles and terminate at Spring Road. Once all phases are completed, North Hills Parkway will operate as a twin of Tierra Rejada Road, south of Los Angeles Avenue (SR -118) and change the way traffic circulates within the City. Reference: David Klotzel, Assistant City Engineer, (805) 5I7--6255 MT. VERNON AVENUE OVER UPRR BRIDGE AND ROADWAY WIDENING PROJECT PA/ED AND PS&E COLTON, CA KOA Corporation NORTH HILLS PARKWAY DESIGN SERVICES PHASE I MOORPARK, CA KOA Corporation I0 4 , � , i 20 CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT KOA CORPORATION SECTION 5: SIMILAR PROJECT EXPERIENCE & REFERENCES ' PLANNING & ENGINEERING KOA provided construction inspection and support RCTD- SUNSET RAIL ROAD .GRADE services for this project that constructed a Railroad SEPARATION PROJECT Bridge, roadway undercrossing, a shoo -fly, freeway ramp BANNING, CA improvements, roadway improvements, retaining and tie- KOA Corporation back walls, storm drain, water and sewer improvements, landscape improvements, and all other related project improvements. KOA provided a Structures Representative, Construction Inspector, and landscape Inspector on this, _. "�- r project as a sub -consultant to Harris & Associates on this bridge and grade separation project. KOA provided submittal review, plan review, construction inspections on concrete curb and gutter, sidewalk, poured in place concrete walls, tie -back walls, grading and earthwork, traffic "signal and street lighting post bases, rock blanket '- and slope protection rock matts, steel and rebar, irrigation and landscape planting. Responsible for attending meetings; daily construction inspection and reports, SWPPP t compliance, quantity verification, invoicing, RFI's, Change order review and time and materials overview. Project cost was approximately $29,000,000 and the project was ` "'`< completed in 20 months. Reference: Art Vela, City of Banning, City Engineer, (951) 922-3130 KOA was recently selected by the City of Colton to complete the PA/ED and PS&E for the On Ramp Improvement project. Funded by SHOPP Minor A fund, the City desires to widen the 1-10 eastbound on-ramp to accommodate safe truck turning movements. The proximity of the Union Pacific Railroad and the Santa Ana River basin on the south side of the project could influence the project design development. It is important to -lay out the UPRR Railroad right of way during the preliminary design phase. Our goal is to avoid impacts to UPRR ROW and the overcrossing bridge. The project requires coordination with Caltrans; preparation of Fact Sheets as well as obtain an encroachment permit from Caltrans District 8. The proposed improvement includes installation of retaining wall, embankment, ramp widening, striping and traffic signal modification. KOA will assist during the construction phase of the project. Reference: City of Colton, Victor Ortiz, (909) 370-5065 I-10/RANCHO AVENUE- EB ON-RAMP WIDENING PROJECT COLTON, CA KOA Corporation 21 CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT SECTION 5: SIMILAR PROJECT EXPERIENCE & REFERENCES KOA was selected by Metro to complete the Preliminary Engineering for improvements at the interchange. Currently, the NB 1-5 to NB 1-710 and SB 1-710 to SB 1-5 connectors function as left exits. The existing connector geometry has many features which do not meet current Caltrans Highway Design Manual Standards. There are also a number of areas within the project limits with a high concentration of accidents. The purpose of the project is to realign the connectors to improve traffic operations and safety for the 1-710/1-5 Interchange. The analysis will focus on the NB 1-5 to NB 1-710 connectors (and return move) but will include possible improvements to local and freeway -to -freeway interchange in the study area. Other aspects of the PSR/PDS include completion of the Traffic Engineering Performance Assessment (TEPA), SWDR, preliminary cost estimates for the Capital Outlay Project, and Support Estimates for design and right of way needs. Reference: LACNiTA, Ernesto Chaves, (213) 922-7343 This project is located in a highly urban area in the city of Perris with large volumes of traffic traversing this corridor during the peak periods. KOA is a member of David Evans and Associates' (DEA) team, which is responsible for major road improvement and reconstruction of the bridge at this interchange. KOA provided intersection design improvements including traffic signal modification and redesign of two ramps and two major intersections on 4th Street. KOA also provided lighting and ramp.meter design for the interchange. This project required coordination and approval from District 8. Other elements of the work for the prime consultant included completion of PS&E. Reference: RCTC, Lisa DaSilva, (951) 787-7141 KOA was selected by the City of Corona to make improvements to Ontario Avenue at the 1-15 Interchange. Ontario Avenue consisted of six lanes west of the I-15 interchange and four lanes just east of the interchange. Close to the interchange was the Compton Avenue intersection that would also be impacted with the proposed widening. The project required improvements to the interchange by adding additional lanes to Ontario Avenue below the 1-15 bridge structure. KOA completed a detailed traffic study to determine the number of lanes needed for interim improvements. Six alternatives were considered to meet the City's threshold level of service "D" at the intersections. Proposals included adding at least one additional lane in each direction. The improvements would require construction of tie -back walls to achieve the proposed widening. The project included coordination with Caltrans District 8. Reference: Linda Bazmi, Senior Engineer, (951) 830-2132, Linda.Bazmi@CoronaCA.gov I KOA CORPORATION -�� PLANNING & ENGINEERING REPLACING EXISTING NB I-710/NB 1-5 CONNECTORS PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING METRO, LOS ANGELES, CA KOA Corporation 1-215 & SR -74 (REDLANDS AVENUE) INTERCHANGE MODIFICATION INCLUDING BRIDGE REPLACEMENT PROJECT RCTC, RIVERSIDE, CA KOA Corporation 1-15 AND ONTARIO AVENUE INTERCHANGE CORONA, CA KOA Corporation TYPICAL SECTIQN ,ROF.I SSION NGINE'ER1N ERVIOE 'AY EORN A, VENUE EPA"R'ATIO22 CITY OF BEAUMONT,t i' DEPARTMENT SECTION 5: SIMILAR PROJECT EXPERIENCE & REFERENCES Metro Vancouver Port Authority secured funding to expand the rail corridor along the north shore of the Burrard Inlet to promote enhanced trade and commercial movement of goods to tidewater. Part of this corridor improvement was to provide access for an additional seven railway tracks across a grade separation at Brooksbank Road in North Vancouver. Hatch was awarded the detailed design and construction management of the extension to the Brooksbank Subway structure and retaining walls for the approach to the bridge. The original structure was a cast 'i n place concrete subway and contained the CN main line as well as several industrial tracks. The new structure was constructed south of the existing one and includes 7 additional tracks to serve Canpotex and other industries in North Vancouver who are expanding their operations. Reference: Brad Prince, Principal - Proactive Infrastructure Consulting Inc., (626) 123-4567 Canadian National Railway's (CN) Oakville Subdivision at King Road is located at Mile 33.31 along the CN Oakville subdivision serving CN's freight traffic, commuter traffic on GO -Transit's busiest corridor, and VIA Rail's passenger service. King Road is a two-lane arterial road intersecting four CN tracks. Hatch was the Prime Consultant responsible for the entire project, from completion of the Environmental Assessment including Public Information Centers, through to detailed design, tender preparation of three contracts, coordination of utility relocations and Construction Administration. Reference: Scott Hamilton, Manager of Design & Construction Engineering — Design & Construction I Development & Infrastructure Division, City of Burlington, (905) 335-7600 ext 7812, Scott. Hamilton@burlington.ca Originally constructed in 1929, the existing subway at Centennial Parkway is a two -span, precast concrete girder bridge. Hatch was prime consultant for this assignment and provided overall project management, detailed design of road, civil, structural, drainage (including pump station), and underground utility coordination and design. Project services included scheduling, estimating, QA/QC and construction administration. Project includes complex utility integration of various services (hydro, communication, and gas), jack and bore utility tunneling, bridge design including lateral jacking of through -plate girders (TPGs) to assist in rapid construction delivery during short track block durations. Reference: Michael Vallins, CN, (905) 669-3373, M ichael.Vallins@cn. ca KOA CORPORATION BROOKSBANK SUBWAY RAIL BRIDGE NORTH VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA HATCH ti I KING ROAD AT CN GRADE SEPARATION BURLINGTON, ON HATCH CN/HAMILTON CENTENNIAL PARKWAY HAMILTON, ON HATCH 12MM1' 1 1.11 k l I "11111 WRI +iir INISI M 23 CITY Of BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT SECTION 5: SIMILAR PROJECT EXPERIENCE & REFERENCES JMD is currently involved in the design of the Fairway Drive Grade Separation Project in the City of Industry. JMD is responsible for performing traffic design and quality control of track plans for the project. JMD is preparing interim and ultimate traffic signal and lighting design for the project in accordance with City of Industry and Los Angeles County standards as well as Caltrans and CPUC requirements. In addition, JMD is reviewing shoofly and permanent track plans at various milestones to meet AREMA, CPUC and UPRR standards. Track design is a critical element of the project due to the existing presence of groundwater at the crossing which may require the raising of tracks. Access and circulation as well as close coordination with local agencies and stakeholders are other important elements of the project. Reference: Michael A. Thomas, SE, Principal, (714) 550-4665, mthomas@ biggscardoso.com JMD is led the QA/QC and value engineering process for preliminary and final design of the Fullerton Road/UPRR grade separation project. The project proposed a roadway underpass requiring raising the tracks and lowering the street. JMD also provided traffic design including the development of traffic signals, street lighting, traffic staging and traffic control plans. Reference: Michael A. Thomas, SE, Principal, (714) 550-4665, mthomas@biggscardosa.com JMD provided professional engineering services to prepare a Project Study Report Equivalent (PSRE) and funding (CPUC and Caltrans) applications for the grade separation of State College Boulevard (formerly SR -250) and OCTA's Orange Subdivision railroad corridor as well as preparing a crossing closure assessment for six Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) at -grade crossings in Anaheim, California. The PSRE defined the most feasible alternative for grade separation at State College Boulevard to meet the City's objectives for future project development and funding. The PSRE included the development of four conceptual alternatives including a roadway overpass, underpass, a railroad flyover and trench. Technical studies including hydrology, traffic (e.g., Traffic Study and Transportation Management Plan) and geotechnical analysis were also developed. An Advance Planning Study, conceptual track shoofly design and cost estimates were also included. The project included close coordination with the City of Anaheim, SCRRA/Metrolink, OCTA, CPUC and Caltrans for conceptual approval and funding (i.e. Section 190 and Prop IB by the State). Reference: David A. Gottlieb, Redevelopment Manager, (714) 231-6523, dagott@aol.com ,RflFESb90NAF` NGINEfRIN � ERVICE�' �,LlFORNIA R'Ailf fPARATIfl CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT KOA CURPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING FAIRWAY DRIVE/UPRR (LOS ANGELES SUBDIVISION) GRADE SEPARATION PS&E CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA JMDioz, Inc. FULLERTON ROAD/UPRR (LOS ANGELES SUBDIVISION) GRADE SEPARATION CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA JMDiaz, Inc. STATE COLLEGE BOULEVARD GRADE SEPARATION FEASIBILITY STUDY/PROJECT STUDY REPORT EQUIVALENT ANAHEIM, CA JMDiaz, Inc. 24 SECTION 5: SIMILAR PROJECT EXPERIENCE & REFERENCES JMD provided design review services for the grade separation at Nogales Street and the Union Pacific Railroad's (UPRR) Alhambra Subdivision in the City of Industry. JMD performed reviews of traffic staging and traffic control plans on behalf of the City of Industry for this regionally significant project, which is part of the Alameda Corridor East Grade Separation program ,in the San Gabriel Valley. Reference: Eduardo Pereira, Senior Project Manager, (626) 333-0336, epereira@cc.eng. com ACI provided a floodplain study utilizing the HEC -RAS computer model for the Whitewater River at Vista Chino Drive Low -Water Crossing. The proposed project involved widening the existing 4 -lane bridge crossing to a new 6 -lane bridge. The floodplain study, which encompasses a total reach of approximately 20,000 feet, was performed based upon the 100 -year and SPF flood events. A pre - project (existing) and post -project (proposed) floodplain studies were prepared. A channel degradation and scour analysis was also performed. The scour analysis was performed using the Los Angeles County Flood Control District Methodology and Blench Regime Equation as required by RCFC&WCD and CVWD, respectively. ACI prepared the Hydraulics Study and Summary Floodplain Report and other technical reports and plans. The project required plan and study processing through CVWD, RCFC & WCD, Caltrans District 8, USACOE and City of Palm Springs. Reference: Khampou Savat, PE, Senior Engineer, (760) 323-8253 Intersecting streets need adequate clearance from adjacent freeway On and Off ramps to allow for sufficient traffic flow operations: Apache Trail Interchange was closely bounded by UPRR Tracks to the south and Seminole Drive to the north. As a major access -way to the Desert Outlet Malls and other commerce, Apache Trail's stop sign controlled intersections resulted in poor traffic flow during heavy operations. To handle the increased traffic generated by the Morongo Casino Resort and Spa, increasing circulation within the constrained limits required an economical solution which protects the existing freeway over crossing structure and existing commerce. ACI (formerly AEI-CASC) provided the preliminary engineering including a "Report of Conceptual Approval" or RCA and PS & E for this unique configuration. The RCA is similar to Caltrans Project Study Report. The project, funded by the Morongo Band of Mission Indians, was developed under a Caltrans Encroachment Permit requiring review and approval from Caltrans District 8 and Riverside County Transportation Department. Reference: Lawrence Tai, Senior Engineer, (951) 955-6816 LKOA CORPORATION 4 �•f. PLANNING & ENGINEERING NOGALES STREET GRADE SEPARATION CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA JMDiaz, Inc. RAMON ROAD BRIDGE OVER WHITEWATER- RIVER PALM SPRINGS, CA Aguilar Consulting, Inc. t .! 5 a 777 APACHE TRAIN ROUNDABOUT AT I-10 INTERCHANGE CABAZON, RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA Aguilar Consulting Inc. 25 CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT SECTION 5: SIMILAR PROJECT EXPERIENCE & REFERENCES Design and construction of a bridge spanning the Coachella Valley Storm Water Channel to replace the existing low water crossing. The new bridge will arch over the channel, will have an overall length of about 500 feet, and will carry four lanes of traffic and pedestrian walkways along both sides. New roadway approaches will be constructed to connect both ends of the bridge to the existing roadway SCST prepared preliminary geotechnical design and foundation reports by reviewing available pertinent information to provide preliminary recommendations. SCST then prepared a geotechnical design report and foundation report. Services included review of existing data, field exploration consisting of drilling and logging of borings, laboratory testing of samples taken from the borings, engineering analysis to develop recommendations, and preparation of the geotechnical design and foundation reports. Reference: Roya Golchoobian, PE, Senior Associate, (619) 692-1920, roya.golchoobion@tylin.com The Montebello Corridor Grade Separation project includes the construction of a roadway underpass with sidewalks, bike lanes and railroad bridges at Montebello Boulevard and the installation of railroad safety enhancements at Maple, Greenwood and Vail Avenues. LCI's project scope includes landscape and irrigation improvements at Montebello Boulevard and Maple Avenue, grade separation locations and safety improvements at the Greenwood Avenue and Vail Avenue locations. The final project scope will be assessed following 35% submittal. Reference: Keith Gillfillan, PE, (562) 426-9551, KGillfrllan@ mo f fattnichol.com The Puente Avenue Grade Separation project includes the separation of roadway and railroad tracks on Puente Avenue at Valley Boulevard in the City of Industry. A roadway underpass on Puente Avenue will be constructed with railroad bridges and a loop connector road west of Puente Avenue and south of Valley Boulevard.LCI's project scope included development of bridge aesthetics during Phase I for consideration as project enhancements. During Phase 2, LCI prepared PS&E for drought tolerant planting and sustainable irrigation solutions to minimize water and maintenance costs. Multiple agency coordination between ACE, County of Los Angeles and the City of Industry was required to coordinate the proposed landscape elements with adjacent project segments. Private party improvements were also required to mitigate the impacts of construction and encroachment in Phase 3. Reference: Keith Gillfillan, PE, (562) 426-9551, KGillfrllan@mo f fattnichol.com CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORMS DEPARTMENT iKOA CORPORATION 40 PLANNING & ENGINEERING AVE 44 BRIDGE OVER THE COACHELLA VALLEY STORM WATER CHANNEL (FEDERAL AID PROJECT NUMBER BRLKS-5275(024)) INDIO, CA SCST, Inc. I W—M W. MONTEBELLO CORRIDOR GRADE SEPARATION MONTEBELLO, CA Lynn Copouya, Inc. MONTEBELLO BOULEVARD GRADE SEPARATION SD VISUAL IMA( VIGW LOMING "am PUENTE AVENUE GRADE SEPARATION CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA Lynn Capouya, Inc. SECTION 6: SCOPE OF SERVICES ` KOA CORPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING The KOA team will provide comprehensive design services for the California Avenue Grade Separation Project. In general, we agree with the Scope of Work as presented in the RFP. Without repeating the narrative detail included in the RFP, we have sequentially outlined the task and subtask activities to be undertaken by the KOA team. PHASE I —GEOMETRIC APPROVAL/PROJECT MAP Task 1.1 — Project Management and Administration I) Management of Project Team including Sub -consultants 2) Kickoff Meeting 3) Prepare Work plan showing scope project costs, schedule and milestones 4) Develop Consensus,on Project Purpose and Need 5) Development and Agreement on Design Standards 6) Submitting Monthly Progress Reports and Invoices including updating Schedules Deliverables: Meeting Minutes, Progress Reports and Invoices, Updated Project Schedules Task 1.2 — Quality Assurance and Quality Control 1) Review of Civil Engineering Design Documents 2) Review of Structural Engineering Design Documents Deliverables: Quality controlled Documents Task 1.3 — Geometric Layouts I) Evaluate Existing Information and Resource Material (Right of Way, Utility, and Railroad) 2) Develop Geometric Layout Alternatives 3) Comparative Analysis for Alternative Selection 4) Conduct Workshop and Select Preferred Alternatives Deliverables: Geometric Layout Alternatives Task 1.4 — Preparation of Right of Way Requirement Map 1) Coordination of City's Right of Way Consultant 2) Preparation of Right of Way requirement map for preferred alternative Deliverables: Right of Way requirement map Task 1.5 — Preparation of Area of Potential Impacts 1) Coordination of City's Environmental Consultant 2) Preparation of Area of Potential Impacts Map (includes estimated cut and fill slopes,TCE and Construc tion Staging Area) Deliverables: Area of Potential Impact Map PHASE 2 — PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING SERVICES (35% SUBMITTAL) Task 2.1 — Project Coordination 1) Develop Project Develop Team (City, UPRR and other stake holders) 2) Conduct Coordination and Progress Meetings which include preparing minutes (PDT) 3) Right of Entry (ROE) Permit Application 4) Coordination with City's Environmental Consultant 5) Coordination with City's Right of Way Consultant 6) Conduct Public Outreach (Optional) Deliverables: Meeting Minutes, Progress Reports, Project Exhibits s REM E 3PI r ; . , 27 CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT SECTION 6: SCOPE OF SERVICES KOA CORPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING Task 2,2 — Utility Coordination 1) Coordination with Utility Companies and Obtain Utility Information 2) Review and document all exist ing"utilities 3) Determine Utility Conflicts and Identify Action Item 4) Prepare notices and follow up requests with plans to utility companies Deliverables: Detailed Utility Log/Report with contact name and location, Utility Base Map, sent to utility companies and responses received Task 2.3 — Data Review, Field Surveying and Base Mapping 1) Aerial Photogrammetry 2) Topographic Surveys 3) Centerline and Right -of -Ways Deliverables: Survey Base Mapping Spreadsheet log of notices Task 2.4 — Geotechnical Design Reports 1) Coordinate and Perform Field Exploration 2) Perform Geotechnical Laboratory Testing Lab Testing 3) Perform Engineering Analyses 4) Prepare Geotechnical Report Deliverables: Geotechnical report with pavement design and bridge foundation recommendations Task 2.5 — Drainage Study I ) Preliminary Hydrology Study 2) Preliminary Hydraulic Study Deliverables: Preliminary Drainage Report Task 2.6 — Preliminary Structure Design I) Bridge Type Selection Study Report (Including Shoofly Design) 2) Construction Cost and Long-term maintenance cost estimates 3) Preliminary Shoofly Concept 4) Coordination with UPRR, Caltrans and City Deliverables: Bridge Type Selection Report. 3S% Structural plans Task 2.7 — Preliminary Design Plans and Cost Estimates (35% submittal) 1) Preliminary Roadway Plans (Demolition, Grading, Staging, Pumping Station, and etc.) 2) Preliminary Electrical Plans (Lighting) 3) Preliminary Utility Relocation Plans (Sewers, Water, and storm drain) 4) Preliminary bridge and retaining walls plans 5) Cost Estimates Deliverables: Plans and cost estimates for all above task items for City Review and Approval PHASE 3 — FINAL DESIGN SERVICES (65%, 100% AND FINAL SUBMITTAL) Task 3.1 — Project Coordination 1) Conduct Coordination and Progress Meetings which include preparing minutes (PDT) 2) Coordination with UPRR 3) Coordination with Caltrans District 8 4) Coordination with City's Right of Way Consultant MEESSIONA> NGINEfRN EltiflCE IAL+lEKE VENUE AfPARATIO28 CITY OF BEAUMONT,i' DEPARTMENT SECTION 6: SCOPE OF SERVICES Deliverables: Meeting Minutes, Progress Reports, Project Exhibits Task 3.2 — Railroad Coordination 1) CPUC Permitting 2) Easement License Coordination 3) Construction and Maintenance (C&M) Agreement Deliverables: Permit Applications and Approval Record. Task 3.3 — Erosion and Sediment Control Plans I) Water Quality Assessment Report (WQAR) 2) Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP) 3) Preliminary/Final Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) Deliverables: Site Specific WQAR, WQMP and SWPPP Task 3.4 — Roadway Plans Specifications and Estimate I ) Stage Construction and Traffic Handling 2) Pedestrian and Bicycle Continuity Consideration and Design 3) Plan and Profile Design including drainage facilities 4) Street Lighting Plans 5) Signing and Striping Plans 6) Landscaping Plans . 7) Temporary and Permanent Utility Relocation Plans 8) 6S% Plans, Specifications and Estimate 9) 100% Plans Specifications and Estimate Deliverables: Five Full set of Plans including Spec.& Estimate for 65% and documents on CD. 1KOA CORPORATION it, PLANNING & ENGINEERING 100% Plans & Electronic submittal of all Task 3.5 — Bridge Structure Plans Specifications and Estimate 1) Bridge General Plans 2) Foundations Design Plans 3) Retaining Walls Design Plans 4) 65% Plans, Specifications and Estimate 5) 100% Plans Specifications and Estimate Deliverables: Bridge general plans, a bridge design memo, and itemized cost estimates. Five Full sets of Plans including Spec.& Estimate for 65% and 100% Plans; Electronic submittal of all documents on CD. PHASE 4 — CONSTRUCTION BIDDING, CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING SUPPORT Task 4.1 — Bid Assistance 1) Review Inquiries and Submittals Deliverables: Addenda, Responses to Inquiries Task 41 — Construction. Support 1) Attend Pre -Construction Meeting 2) Corrections and Change Orders (If required) 3) Review shop Drawings and respond to RFI 4) On Site Review if requested 5) Complete and submit As Built Plans Deliverables: Pre -Construction meeting, Responses to Inquiries, As Built Plans .ROF.ESSIONAt NG9NEERIN ERVICPIi ALiEORNI V NU fPAR'a CITY OF O to la -- r�� N N I� �I z U U m Im �� m lm m ,mm ,m m Im m m m I� ,m m Im m ao io m m m m m' jm mTm ei,m ao O P £l 1 £ a jQ��11IQ�Q7�'a o� {�'� io I� H ^ N -� IN � !� ilk iN N m N N m'io m m m N tD tD m ftD tp N Im IN. 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I'rp`II �Mm.'I'_Vd I E m �"~vC cO �c`IlIic ` c_ c�c jI C.mm IOA =JLLiU3a'iI'- mSm-jI'pyda' 1i!lI mmwao IL 0. c IL E E E m 1!1 JcRa ;IIj H(mIon� eso�clmoo I;i; ommp ` oLL�oq I1!l moOU LL aIv N m:y E r 7 a. N MA wNN V B m Zddlm 'mT~r- 12 .2 1 1 zaIa aU NMOI<p N 2 5-i sa ; le mYsm RalI Lu LL ILL ILL ;LL ILL ILL LL i--- 1 !m m m a m m m ii� Ia ala �Ioic{ 0 0 0 01 � � ai!+1g.IIm;A :avvviW'.m I 9 i•O 9 W I�'11N !�`N jtD f00 to o UI'I' ,ala a U �fY Y Q , F o. ! j frn'•�i rnlm lw �� APPENDIX JIMMY LIN, PE PROJECT PRINCIPAL KOA Corporation Mr. Lin is a Principal Transportation Engineer and President of KOA. He has 41 years of experience in transportation engineering and planning at the national and international levels. Mr. Lin has served as Principal - in -Charge or Project Manager on challenging and large-scale planning. and design projects including traffic engineering, regional transportation planning, railroad engineering, highway and freeway planning, and design projects with more than $800 million in construction value. Mr. Lin is the Principal -in -charge and QA/QC manager for the most recent 1-5/1- 710 PSR -PDS project KOA performed for the LA Metro. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE METRO 1-710/ 1-5 Connectors PSR -PDS, Los Angeles County, CA Principal -in -Charge. KOA was selected by Metro to prepare the PSR - PDS for improvements at this major freeway system interchange. Currently, the NB 1-5 to NB 1-710 and SB 1-710 to SB 1-5 connectors function as left exits. The existing connector geometry has many features which do not meet current Caltrans Highway Design Manual Standards. There are also a number of areas within the project limits with a high concentration of accidents. The purpose of the project is to realign the connectors to improve traffic operations and. safety for the interchange. The analysis focuses on the NB 1=5 to NB 1-710 connectors (and return movement) but also includes possible improvements to local and freeway -to -freeway interchanges in the study area. Other aspects include the completion of the Traffic Engineering Performance Assessment (TEPA) and SWDR preliminary cost estimates for the Capital Outlay Project, and support estimates for design and right of way needs. Metro SR -14 Reversible HOV Lanes Feasibility Study and Preliminary Design (43 miles), Los Angeles County, CA Principal -in -Charge and Project Manager. KOA conducted a study to examine the potential of constructing reversible High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes on the SR -14 corridor between 1-5 and the Kern County line. The project seeks to maximize the capacity of the SR -14 while minimizing the need for additional right-of-way and associated construction costs. This project will study the feasibility, costs and available funding mechanisms for two alternatives between 1-5 and Avenue P: (I ) conversion of the existing HOV lane pairs into an AM/PM reversible operation, (2) construction of a third HOV lane to ultimately convert to a 3 -reversible HOV lane operation. The study will address issues identified by Caltrans, including the safety and efficiency of the reversible HOV lane operation with transit and mix -flow traffic, and 11. f ` 1 11IFUW.f N 19lll1R k-' CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT fEr KOA CORPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING EDUCATION MS, Traffic Engineering and Transportation Planning, Kansas State University BS, Civil Engineering, Taipei Institute of Technology REGISTRATIONS Professional Engineer (Civil), CA #69797 KS #7724 IL #062- 046364 WA #28959 FL #56492 PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Institute of Transportation Engineers American Consulting Engineers Council National Society of Professional Engineers Missouri Valley Institute of Transportation Engineers Kansas Consulting Engineers International Chinese Trans. Professional Association KOA CORPORATION Jimmy Lin, PE; Page 2 1 &. PLANNING & ENGINEERING examine accessibility to and from the reversible HOV lanes along the entire SR -14 corridor. Preliminary design was prepared with cost estimated to implement the plan. SR-60/Grand Avenue Interchange PSR Traffic Study, Los Angeles County, CA Project Manager. As the project manager, Mr. Lin helped prepare the traffic study for a Project Study Report for proposed improvements to the SR-60/Grand Avenue interchange in the Cities of Industry and Diamond Bar. The analysis considered interchange spacing and ramp configurations for five build and one no -build alternative. Traffic forecasts for the freeway mainline and for Grand Avenue were prepared using a refinement of the SCAG regional transportation plan (RTP) model. The traffic, forecasts were prepared utilizing a methodology that was consistent with SCAG, Caltrans and city methodologies and guidelines., SR -60 -Paramount Blvd. Interchange Study and Design, Monterey Park, CA Project Manager. Mr. Lin assisted the City in the study of impacts and necessary improvements required to accommodate traffic growth resulting from the. proposed Market Place Regional Mall west of the interchange. He conducted traffic counts; reviewed the subregional transportation model; analyzed trip generation and distribution of the proposed new shopping center; and evaluated traffic operation by using Synchro and Sim Traffic for Years 2003, 2006 and 2026: Recommendations included widening ramps; additional turning lanes and traffic signal optimization. Mr. Lin coordinated with the City and Caltrans to secure the permit to begin design and construction. He prepared the PS&E after concept plan approval by Caltrans. Lemon Avenue/SR-60 New Interchange Planning & Design, Diamond Bar, CA Project Manager. KOA prepared a traffic study in support of the environmental document and a project report for a new interchange of the 60 Freeway at Lemon Avenue in Diamond Bar. KOA's work scope also included the preparation of traffic -related plans for the project, which proposed to modify the SR -60 interchange at Brea Canyon Road and construct a new interchange at Lemon Avenue. The design of new SR- 60/Lemon interchange was completed and approved by Caltrans, and is scheduled for construction in early 2016. CVAG Transportation Project Prioritization Study (TPPS) & Regional Arterial Cost Estimate (RACE) 2005 and 20 10 Update, Coachella Valley, CA Project Manager. Mr. Lin is providing the Coachella Valley Association of Governments (CVAG) with a Transportation Project Prioritization Study (TPPS) and a Regional Arterial Cost Estimate (R ACE) 2005 and 20 10 Updates. The TPPS updates the list of Regional Arterial Projects located in the Riverside County subregion and nine incorporated cities. The project includes a ranking system for evaluating the need for improvements. The TPPS identifies factors which over time may alter recommended priorities, and develops a continuing monitoring program which will allow CVAG to address changing conditions over time. The RACE will assist in reviewing the CVAG Regional Arterial Financial Plan and Expenditure Program and provide recommendations on the need for revisions or updates. 11, CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT APPENDIX MING GUAN, PE, TE PROJECT MANAGER KOA Corporation Ms. Ming Guan, PE, TE, who has been with KOA for over 10 years, is being proposed as the Project Manager for the project. Ming has extensive experience with large scale highway engineering projects. Ming recently completed Preliminary Engineering for 1-710/1-5 connected ramps design for Los Angeles County Metro and Gateway Cities Council of Government (GCCOG). Ming is also the project manager for the on-going I-10/Mt.Vernon UPRR Bridge Widening project in the City of Colton, 1-215/Waterman Northbound On -Ramp Improvement Project in the City of San Bernardino, and I-10/Rancho Avenue Eastbound On -Ramp Widening project in the City of Colton. Most of all, Ming is an expert in geometric design. She teaches an Advanced Highway Engineering Course at Cal Poly Pomona. She co- authored a technical textbook entitled "Highway Geometric Design using InRoads" along with Professor Xudong Jia.of Cal Poly Pomona. She has proven record on solving many of the regions' most complex transportation issue with her solid understanding of transportation in both Civil and Traffic aspects. She is very familiar with state and federal requirements and has hands-on knowledge of Caltrans, UPRR, and Green Book Standards. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Mt. Vernon Avenue over UPRR Bridge and Roadway Widening Project, City of Colton, CA Project Manager. KOA was selected by the City for this major Federally Funded bridge widening project. This project requires the existing bridge to be widened from existing 2 lanes to 4 lanes with bike lanes on each side including curb gutter and sidewalk. The roadway also intersects with EB Ramps of 1-10 interchange which will also require modification and approval from Caltrans District 8. This is a federally funded project so NEPA and CEQA Clearance will be required through Caltrans District 8 which has been delegated the NEPA clearance responsibility by FHWA. Main challenges of the project include maintaining the required clearance over the UPRR tracks; obtaining approval of the design from UPRR; and project approval from Caltrans District 8. Other design features include geometric design of the bridge alignment including EB ramp modifications at the interchange, hydraulic studies, drainage design, bridge structure design, and geotechnical studies including Initial Site Assessment study (ISA). The KOA team has obtained Caltrans District 8 Approval of Environmental Clearance as well as UPRR approval on concept design. The project is in final PS&E stage. fLCE N L 'NGINEERING SER ICES, ALIF.O.RNIA N RADE SEPARAT N CITY OF BEAUMONT,{' DEPARTMENT KOA CORPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING EDUCATION MS, Civil Engineering, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA, 2011 BS, Civil Engineering, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA, 2006 REGISTRATIONS Registered Civil Engineer #75793, CA Registered Traffic Engineer #2795, CA Ming Guan, PE, TE, Page 2 KOA CORPORATION ? t, �_4 PLANNING & ENGINEERING METRO 1-710/ 1-5 Connectors PSR -PDS, Los Angeles County, CA Project Manager. KOA Corporation was selected by Metro to complete the PSR -PDS for improvement at the interchange. Currently, the NB 1-5 to NB 1-710 and SB 1-710 to SB 1-5 connectors function as left exits. The existing connector geometry has many features which do not meet current Caltrans Highway Design Manual Standards. There are also a number of areas within the project limits with a high concentration of accidents. Purpose of the project is to realign the connectors to improve traffic operations and safety for the 1-710/1-5 Interchange. The analysis will focus on the NB 1-5 to NB I-710 connectors (and return move) but will include possible improvements to local and freeway -to -freeway interchange in the study area. This is a fast-track project; and KOA is coordinating with other 1-710 consultants to obtain related information with the goal to complete the PSR -PDS within 12 months. Other aspects of the PSR/PDS include completion of the Traffic Engineering Performance Assessment (TEPA) and SWDR and preliminary cost estimates for the Capital Outlay Project and Support Estimates for design and right of way needs. The final PSR -PDS was completed in 2015. 1-10/Rancho Avenue EB On -Ramp Widening Project COLTON, CA- Project Manager KOA was recently selected by the City of Colton to complete the PA/ ED and PS&E for the On Ramp Improvement project. Funded by SHOPP Minor A fund, the City desires to widen the I-10 eastbound on-ramp to accommodate safe truck turning movements. The proximity of the Union Pacific Railroad and the Santa Ana River basin on the south side of the project could influence the project design development. It is important to lay out the UPRR Railroad right of way during the preliminary design phase. Our goal is to avoid impacts to UPRR ROW and the overcrossing bridge. The project requires coordination with Caltrans; preparation of Fact Sheets as well as obtain an encroachment permit from Caltrans District 8. The proposed improvement includes installation of retaining wall, embankment, ramp widening, striping and traffic signal modification. KOA will also assist the City during the construction phase of the project. SR60/Perris Blvd Lane Widening and Traffic Signal Modifications, Moreno Valley, CA Assistant Project Manager The City of Moreno Valley selected KOA modifications at the Perris Blvd and SR -60 WB On -Ramp intersection. The project cost was below $3M, so Caltrans Streamlined Oversight Process was followed to complete the design and obtain an encroachment permit from Caltrans District 8. The project included adding a SB right turn lane. Besides the road widening, the project included traffic signal modifications, drainage consideration, and WB on-ramp modifications at the intersection. Improvements included ADA access design at the curb return in accordance with the Caltrans District 8 requirements. Due to the close proximity of Wendy's restaurant drive-thru lane, the Caltrans standard width for the proposed right turn drop lane was dropped from 16' to 14'. A fact sheet had to be prepared and design exceptions were obtained from the District. Additional services included R/W acquisition from one parcel and modifications to Caltrans Access Control and R/W limits. The project was advertised for construction in 2011. KOA also assisted the City during the construction phase of the project. This project was completed with substantial savings to the City. 1-215 (I-IOWB) NB On -Ramp and Waterman Avenue Signal Improvement Project San Bernardino, CA Project manager, The City of San Bernardino received funds to improve traffic operations for the 1-215 On - Ramp and Waterman Avenue intersection which forms a "T" shape intersection with no signal in either direction. This project will require a new traffic signal, modification of the signing, and striping. The KOA team prepared the PS&E package for the signal design per Caltrans and City of San Bernardino. CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT i KOA CORPORATION APPENDIX C"-4 PLANNING & ENGINEERING KAHONO OEI, PE EDUCATION PROJECT DEPUTY MANAGER (CALTRANS COORDINATOR) MS, Civil Engineering, KOA Corporation California State University, Fullerton, CA Mr. Kahono Oei has more than 31 years of civil engineering experience in both private and public sectors. He has served as Deputy Director BS, Civil Engineering, of Public Works and City Engineer for the cities of Banning and California State University, Torrance. In those capacities, he was responsible for the approval of Fullerton, CA all aspects of residential/ commercial land development; the design and implementation of capital improvement projects such as streets, water, REGISTRATIONS wastewater treatment plants and distribution systems; managing solid Professional Engineer (Civil), CA waste collection; and managing Banning airport operations. #52652 Prior to his association with the City of Banning in 1991, Mr. Kahono CA, Real Estate license, was working with an Orange County private civil engineering. firm #01014868 which specialized in the residential, commercial land subdivision and development. As a project engineer, he was responsible for the design/preparation of grading, street, water, sewer and storm drain improvement plans RELEVANT EXPERIENCE i City of Banning City Engineer, Banning, CA Staff City Engineer. Mr. Kahono performed complex supervisory, administrative and professional work in Engineering, planning, organizing, directing and supervising the public works and Engineering departments. The responsibility included evaluating the public works need and formulating short and long range plans to meet needs in all areas of responsibility such as transportation, street, water, sewer, storm drainage, landscape maintenance district and the capital improvement program. In addition, he oversaw the preparation of Engineering plans, specifications, bidding, selection of contractor and preparation of staff report to the City Council for award. During his tenure with the City of Banning, he has successfully completed more than 140 public works projects, approving more than 40 tract/ parcel maps and obtained more than $40 Million in grants/ loan for said capital improvement projects. City of Torrance Engineering Manager, Torrance, CA Staff Engineering Manager. Mr. Kahono was in charge of the capital improvement project division and supervision of professional engineering team. During his tenure with the City of Torrance, he successfully completed 2 challenging storm drain project on time and within the approved budget. Street Related Projects: • Sunset Avenue underpass project • Annual street pavement rehabilitation using hot and cold recycling CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT -Kahono Oei, PE, Page 2 LKOA CORPORATION (Z PLANNING & ENGINEERING and 2" A.0 overlay Street improvement (Curb, gutter, sidewalk, driveway, H.C. Ramp) project on various locations Design and construction of traffic signals on various locations Design and construction of Storm drain line "D" on Ramsey street Building, Park and Facility Related Projects: • Construction of 30000 S.F. Police department facility • Construction of 10000 S.F. Fire Department facility • Construction of 3000 S.F. Senior center facility. • Construction of Repplier Park Aquatic Facility • Construction/ Rehabilitation of Community center facility Construction of Sylvan Park restroom facility Water Related Projects: • 1.5 MG concrete reservoir (Sun Lakes Reservoir) • 8.0 MG concrete reservoir (Brinton Reservoir) • 2 miles of 24" and 30" steel water transmission line • 8", 10" and 12" steel water distribution lines at various location • Well pump equipment installation in 4 locations • Construction of regulating valves at various location Wastewater Related Projects: • Construction of 1.5 MG trickling filter • Upgrade of the wastewater treatment plants to a capacity of 3.6 MG • Upgrade of the wastewater treatment plants to a capacity of -7.2 MG • Construction of lift stations at various locations • Construction of 12" sewer distribution line Design of 1.5 MG wastewater treatment package plants Update user's fee, implement rate study and evaluation of connection fee Housing Development Related Projects: • Approval of 3400 housing development Sun Lakes Country Club • Approval of residential tract maps • Approval of commercial parcel maps • Processing of Butterfield Specific plans for 5400 homes • Performing plan checks for grading, street, water, sewer and storm drain plans Grant Funding Obtained (Approximately $40 Million in 21 Years): • Responsible for applying/ obtaining various type of grants from the County, State and Federal grants such as S13821, CDBG, ISTEA, TEA 21, FAA AIR SRF, Park Prop 84 Fund, CMAQ, RAC, PUC section 190 • Create and administer Landscape Maintenance District • Assist developer with the creation of assessment district for residential development CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT APPENDIX CHARLES SCHWINGER, PE, PTOE, AICP QUALITY ASSURANCE KOA Corporation With 39 years of experience in applying practical engineering solutions to the transportation planning process, Mr. Schwinger approaches each of his projects holistically, incorporating client goals, public values, and technical excellence. His responsibilities include project management, design, analysis, data collection and surveys, and production of construction plans, specifications and technical reports. His experience in transportation includes: street and highway design; intersection and interchange design; trail and sidewalk design, signal design for isolated, interconnected and coordinated systems, street lighting design, signing and marking design; traffic control plans; accident analysis; traffic impact studies; capacity analysis; parking studies; public involvement; traffic circulation studies; origin -destination studies; transportation modeling; and citywide and corridor transportation studies. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Los Angeles County. Road Safety Audit, Los Angeles, CA Project Manager. KOA assisted the Los Angeles County Public Works Department by conducting Road Safety Audits (RSA) on three arterial streets within unincorporated Los Angeles County. The purpose of the RSAs was to verify road safety, identify the roadway features that might increase the potential and/or severity of a crash and estimate the probable costs of corrective measures. KOA deployed an experienced team to conduct audits of the corridors' transportation safety. Based on the findings of the audit, KOA staff recommended mitigation strategies and actions to enhance safety in the corridors. The safety study and recommendations were documented in a RSA report for consideration by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works (DPW). Comprehensive Roadway Plan, Westminster, CO Project Manager. Mr. Schwinger developed the scope of services and guided the production of a long range roadway improvement plan for Westminster, Colorado. Elements of the plan included pedestrian integration with regional transit, traffic operations analysis, traffic forecasts using the regional travel demand model, opinions of cost for long range and short range roadway improvements. W-ROFESSM1011111ENfilNEERIN WERViCf A IFORNI VENUE- R'A'D ERARATIO CITY OF BEAUMONT,WORKS � KOA CORPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING EDUCATION BS, Civil Engineering, Iowa State University, IA REGISTRATIONS Professional Engineer (Civil), CA #82908; KS #9145; MO #021061 ITE Certified Professional Traffic Operations Engineer (PTOE) #318 American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) #018876 PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Planning Association Institute of Transportation Engineers Charles Schwinger, PE, TE, PTOE, AICP, Page 2 KOA CORPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING Wichita, Kansas and NW Sedgwick County Bypass Location Study Project Manager. Mr. Schwinger served as the consultant project manager for a corridor preservation location study for the Kansas Department of Transportation. This project entailed determination of an alignment for 18 miles of freeway facility in Sedgwick County, Kansas, northwest of the City of Wichita. The objective of the project was to identify a suitable corridor for right-of-way preservation in the rapidly urbanizing area. Determination of the alignment was based on topography, environmental constraints, public input, and cost. An environmental assessment was also prepared, which included an aggressive public involvement program, with multiple steering committee, task force and public meetings, and household travel surveys. This project was preceded by a Major Investment Study, also managed by Mr. Schwinger for western Sedgwick County. 1-135 and Mohawk Road Interchange Break in Access Study, McPherson, KS Project Manager. While with another consultant Mr. Schwinger managed a break in access study for a new interchange on 1-135 in McPherson Kansas. The break in access study included the preparation of an interchange justification report (IJR) for FHWA for a proposed new interchange on the interstate system. The IJR addressed all eight points required by FHWA: • Need for the access point revision • Operational and collision analysis • Land use and transportation plans • Coordination • Reasonable alternatives • Access connections and design • Future interchanges • Environmental process 1-70 Congestion Mitigation Study, Saint Charles County, MO Traffic Engineer. Mn Schwinger served as the traffic engineer on a study for the Missouri Highway and Transportation Department (MHTD) to determine methods to reduce travel delay and traffic congestion at the interchanges with 1-70 and along parallel routes. The 19 -mile study area encompassed Interstate 70 from Route 40/61 to Interstate 270 in the St. Louis metropolitan area. This comprehensive transportation strategy studied improvements such including: • Widening or modifying interchange ramps; • Constructing new arterial or frontage roads; • Constructing new bridges; • Access control; and • Improving traffic signal coordination CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT APPENDIX CHUCK STEPHAN, PE, LEEDO AP ROADWAYICIVIL TASK LEADER KOA Corporation Mr. Stephan has 34 years of experience in civil engineering design and project management on projects for many municipalities and private firms. He has diverse project experience in planning, design, management, and construction of transportation, educational, institutional, industrial, aerospace, municipal, residential and commercial projects. Mr. Stephan Specializes in Project Management, Civil Engineering Design, and Construction Management for municipal Capital Improvement Projects, including pavement design and rehabilitation; ADA improvements; water pipelines; storm drain and sanitary sewers; medians and landscaping; parking lots; site improvements; plan checking; NPDES requirements. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Engineering Services, Program Management, Project Management, Design, and Construction Management, La •Habra, CA For more than ten years, Mr. Stephan has provided engineering services to the City of La Habra Department of Public Works for the management, design, and construction of various public works capital improvement projects and studies. These projects and services have included annual pavement rehabilitation projects, annual water main replacement projects, arterial rehabilitation projects with federal - aid funding, intersection improvements with federal -aid funding, pedestrian facilities (curb, gutter, sidewalk, ADA ramps) with Safe Routes to School funding, alley reconstruction with CDBG funding, plan checking, bid assistance, federal -aid reimbursements, park facility ADA improvements, athletic fields, survey staking, and storm drain improvements Engineering Services, Program Management, Project Management, Design, and Construction_ Management, Torrance, CA Interim Project Manager. Mr. Stephan provided engineering services to the City of Torrance Department of Public Works for the management, design; and construction of various public works capital improvement projects and studies. Projects included: annual pavement rehabilitation projects; annual water main replacement projects, arterial rehabilitation projects with federal -aid funding, street widening and intersection improvements with federal -aid funding; pedestrian facilities, plan checking, bid assistance; federal -aid reimbursements and storm drain improvements. .ROF.ESSION NGINEERIN AUFORNI VENUE RAD EPARAi10 KOA CORPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING EDUCATION BS, Agricultural Engineering; California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, 1982 REGISTRATIONS Professional Engineer, Civil, CA #C50481 Professional Engineer, Civil, OR #1872PE Professional Engineer, Civil, HI # PE-8432(CE) LEED® Accredited Professional PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Public Works Association American Society of Civil Engineers Chuck Stephan, PE, LEED® AP, Page 2 1.- KOA CORPORATION Sepulveda Boulevard Pedestrian Improvements, Culver City, CA Project Manager & Design Engineer. Mr. Stephan prepared the Plans, Specifications, and Estimate (PS&E) for the enhancement of a %Z mile section of Sepulveda Blvd in a busy commercial area of Culver City. The project included the challenging installation of landscaped areas with trees, plants, benches,; curb access ramps, and driveway and sidewalk replacements in a fully developed area with outdoor dining and retail shops. Construction Cost $350,000. Myrtle Area Improvements, Hermosa Beach, CA Project Manager. Mr. Stephan supervised preparation of construction plans, specifications and cost estimate for the Myrtle Area Improvements, which will consist of minor sidewalk repairs, concrete patching, pavement overlay and resurfacing. The project consisted of preliminary engineering, record research, site review, and developing base map documents; final engineering in preparing, reviewing, and refining construction documents with the City, performing constructability reviews, notifying utilities, and attending the pre - construction meeting. City of Signal Hill Cherry Avenue Improvement Project, Signal Hill, CA Design Engineer. Mr. Stephan was responsible for the project management associated with the new design for the widening of Cherry Avenue between 20th Street and 250 -feet south of Pacific Coast Highway (PCH). The project included a new storm drain, traffic signal upgrade at the PCH/Cherry Avenue intersection, reconstruction of the street, PCC improvements and striping. Consultant Cost: $52,890. Various Street Improvements/Verdugo Boulevard Street Improvements, La Canada Flintridge, CA Project Manager. This project consisted of improvements to Verdugo Boulevard, an existing street. Improvements included removal of existing asphalt and concrete pavement, base materials, native soils, and other materials. Mr. Stephan prepared plans indicating the construction of new curbs, gutters, sidewalk, driveways, asphalt pavement, and drainage structures. City of Gardena Street Improvements Street Rehabilitation Projects, Gardena, CA Project Engineer/Design Engineer. Mr. Stephan prepared plans, specifications, and estimate for rehabilitation of collector and arterial streets in the City of Gardena, including ARHM pavement. Construction Cost $550,000. City of Malibu Street and Intersection Improvements, Malibu, CA Project Manager. Mr. Stephan completed plans, specifications, and estimate to realign Zumirez Drive and construct a new traffic signal at the intersection with Pacific Coast Highway (Caltrans). Zumirez Drive consisted of new asphalt rubber hot mix pavement with decomposed granite walkways, striping, and relocated utilities. The project included a tight timeline with stringent Right of Way and funding deadlines. KOA also provided construction management during the construction phase of this project. Off -Site Pedestrian and Traffic Improvements, Culver City Redevelopment Agency, Culver City, CA Design Engineer. This improvement project included new sidewalks, ADA compliant ramps, landscape median islands, new traffic signals, relocating utilities, repaving sidewalk enhancements, curb'extensions, new crosswalks, traffic calming measures, and NTMP work in the neighborhood. CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT .. APPENDIX STEPHEN BISE, PE ROADWAY DESIGN KOA Corporation Mr. Bise has managed/worked on a number of civil and traffic engineering projects. His recent projects involve roadway improvements, drainage modifications, low impact development (LID) implementation, traffic signal design, signing and striping, and planning for future development. Mr. Bise has managed the preparation of encroachment permit application packages and final PS&E packages for several Southern California cities (such as Arcadia, Culver City, Carson, Glendale, Calabasas, Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley and Moreno Valley). He also has experience in providing survey, hydraulic and hydrology studies; roadway and drainage engineering design; traffic engineering design; and final plans, specifications and estimates for various street improvement projects. Mr. Bise is a Vice President of KOA. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Carson Street Landscape/Streetscape Improvements, Hawaiian Gardens, CA Project Manager. KOA prepared PS&E for civil improvements along Carson Street between Pioneer Boulevard and Norwalk Boulevard. The project includes new pedestrian -scale lighting, minimal curb ramp upgrades; minor street/parkway repairs or rehabilitation at areas affected by Streetscape improvements, crosswalk improvements, and minor adjustment to pavement delineation roadside signs affected by the crosswalk improvements. KOA also coordinated with Los Angeles County Flood Control District for a flood permit to construct a decorative block wall over the Norwalk -Artesia Channel. KOA Corporation's scope of services includes the preparation of electrical plans for pedestrian -scale lighting, civil/street plans for localized curb, street; parkway improvements, and LID improvements, and signing & striping plans for crosswalk and pavement delineation improvements. Mr. Bise prepared the PS&E package and coordinated with the County for permit processing. City of Culver City Pedestrian Improvements at Intersections, Culver City, CA Project Engineer. The City of Culver City proposed to construct pedestrian improvements at eight (8) intersections. The goal of the project was to improve safety and aesthetics along major arterials with a high transit and pedestrian activity. The improvements included ADA curb ramps, crosswalk pavement treatments (brick pavers, custom delineated/pavement markings), and traffic signal /ADA push buttons upgrades. This project also included the design of a bulbout at Washington Boulevard and Robertson Boulevard. KOA provided PS&E for the project which included all necessary engineering and applicable .R0FESSIONAt_ HGERVICE CALIFORNIA VENUE RADE 'EPAR'ATiO f KOA CORPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING EDUCATION BS, Civil Engineering, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 2007 REGISTRATIONS Professional Engineer, (Civil), CA, No. 76775, 2010 PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Public Works Association; Member IT �-_` KOA CORPORATION Stephen Bise, PE, Page 2 �:'4 . PLANNING & ENGINEERING administrative tasks. Mr. Bise designed the bulbout and curb ramp improvements throughout the project. He also assisted the City in construction RFI's and shop drawing submittals. Glendale Avenue & Monterey Road SRI 34 Freeway Access Improvement Project, Glendale, CA Project Manager. KOA prepared PS&E for traffic and infrastructure improvements along Glendale Avenue from SR -134 Eastbound On/Off Ramp to Monterey Road; and Monterey Road between Geneva Street and Verdugo Road. The infrastructure improvements included sidewalks, ADA compliant curb ramps, driveways, median modifications, and pavement rehab. KOA also designed the intersection realignment of Monterey Road and Coronado Drive. KOA also designed traffic signal modifications at Glendale Avenue at Monterey Road and Glendale Avenue at SR -134 Eastbound On/Off Ramp. Mr. Bise was the project manager and coordinated the efforts with Caltrans and preparation of the PS&E package. Carson Street Master Plan Implementation Project, Carson, CA Assistant KOA Project Manager/Project Engineer. This project involved the preparation of PS&E for the implementation of the Carson Street Master Plan. Civil improvements included widening of sidewalks, bulb - outs at intersections and mid -block cross walks and landscaped parkways and median gap closures along a 2 mile segment of Carson Street. KOA's role involved incorporating a combination of green street technologies and preparing traffic engineering services to this project, including conceptual/geometric layout of various alternatives, cross-section design, and traffic and parking related impact studies. KOA also prepared PS&E for a reclaimed water pipeline system as a part of the overall project, to provide irrigation water within the Carson Street Master Plan Implementation Project, and as a transmission line across the project area for possible future connections. Mr. Bise prepared the PS&E for all aspects of the project. Mr. Bise also coordinated with various stake holders involved to comply with guidelines and standards. LA County Slauson Avenue Rehabilitation, Los Angeles County, CA Project Engineer. KOA is the prime consultant on the rehabilitation of Slauson Avenue for the County of Los Angeles. The engineering element of the project includes sidewalk and curb repairs, pavement patching, grind and overlay of the pavement surface, sidewalk ramp upgrades, traffic signal modifications, pedestrian lighting, landscaping, and LID implementation construction. KOA's responsibilities include coordination with multiple divisions at LACDPW and preparation of plans,, specifications, and estimates. The estimated construction cost of this 2000 foot -long project is $1.6 million. Mr. Bise designed the civil and drainage improvements and led the efforts preparing the PS&E package. Mr. Bise also coordinated with various utility companies to relocate or modify facilities to accommodate proposed improvements. Temple City Rosemead Boulevard Safety Enhancements Design/Study Project Engineer. KOA produced conceptual geometrical layouts for Rosemead Boulevard from Callita Street near the northern City boundary to the railroad grade separation at the southern City boundary, approximately 2 miles. KOA also conducted traffic impact and parking analyses for the project. KOA worked with the City to define .two project design alternatives, and produced final design plans, which included preparation of signing & striping plans and traffic signal modification plans to accommodate the proposed bulb -outs and installation of Class 11 bike lanes, as well as upgrade of traffic signal equipment to include count down pedestrian signal indications and push buttons to conform to MUTCD and ADA requirements. We also prepared street lighting and decorative pedestrian lighting plans along the route to enhance pedestrian safety. This project was selected to receive a 2014 Merit Award in Urban Design from the AIA California Council. It has won the ASLA Southern California Chapter 2014 "Quality of Life" award. 17, CITY Of BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT APPENDIX ANDREW OSAKI, EIT ROADWAY DESIGN KOA Corporation Mr. Osaki has been with KOA for 4 years since graduating from Cal Poly Pomona. He has worked on a number of roadway design and traffic engineering projects as a part of the KOA team. Quickly rising to become an accomplished design engineer, Mr. Osaki is now an integral part of many KOA projects. He is very well skilled in the application of Civil Design Software and has been instrumental in preparing PS&E package for projects in various sizes. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Reche Vista Canyon Realignment, Moreno Valley, CA For this federally -funded project, the City has recently selected KOA to complete the NEPA/CEQA documentation; right of way appraisal and acquisition along with study of alignments; and preparation of Plans, Specifications and Estimate. The stretch of Reche Vista Drive to be realigned is included in the Federal Route System and the Comprehensive Transportation Plan (CTP) network; Reche Vista Drive is classified by the City's General Plan as an arterial highway. The project is included in the CETAP as an alternative route in the San Bernardino County — Moreno Valley Corridor. The Riverside County Transportation Commission has included the project in their RTIP/TIP. The ultimate project will consist of a five lane section with curb/gutter and sidewalk and a raised median. METRO 1-710/ 1-5 Connectors PSR -PDS, Los Angeles County, CA Project Manager. KOA Corporation was recently selected by Metro to complete the PSR -PDS for improvement at the interchange. Currently, the NB 1-5 to NB 1-710 and SB 1-710 to SB 1-5 connectors function as left exits. The existing connector geometry has many features which do not meet current Caltrans Highway Design Manual Standards. There are also a number of areas within the project limits with a high concentration of accidents. Purpose of the project is to realign the connectors to improve traffic operations and safety for the 1-710/1- 5 Interchange. The analysis will focus on the NB 1-5 to NB 1=710 connectors (and return move) but will include possible improvements to local and freeway -to -freeway interchange in the study area. Other aspects of the PSR/PDS include completion of the Traffic Engineering Performance Assessment (TEPA) and SWOR and preliminary cost estimates for the Capital Outlay Project and Support Estimates for design and right-of-way needs. CWE (UDBE) is one of KOA team's major sub -consultant providing similar services as for the SANBAG SR- 60/Central Project. L NGINEERIN ERVICEi IA'UFORNI# VENU R'AO EPARATION I�-_- KOA CORPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING EDUCATION BS, Civil Engineering, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA REGISTRATIONS Engineer in Training (Civil), CA #80532 PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Institute of.Transportation Engineers (ITE) Andrew Osaki, EIT, Page 2 KOA CO"ORATION .C{s� PLANNING S ENGINEERING Traffic Signal and Intersection Improvement Project, Fontana, CA At this time, Mr. Osaki is serving as the design engineer and is responsible for Slover Avenue and Beach Avenue Intersection Modification and Traffic Signal Installation project. This project impacts one corner property and will require preparation of right of way plans and legal description. ADA ramps also have to be modified to comply with standards. The project is in the final stages of completion. Vista Chino and Farrell Drive Street Improvements, Palm Springs, CA This street improvement project will improve the intersection at Vista Chino at Farrell Drive by adding a dedicated northbound right -turn lane. The professional engineering services for this project will include curb, gutter, sidewalk, ADA access ramps, a city,bus turn -out design; traffic signal modification plan, and new signing and striping. The project will provide close coordination with the Department of Transportation and SunLine Transit Agency. Mr. Osaki serves as the design engineer for the project and is responsible for preparation of plans, specifications, and estimate. The project is currently going through the Caltrans District 8 encroachment Permit Process. Riverside Avenue Improvement at Linden Street for the City of Rialto, CA This project requires widening of existing street to 4 lanes with 10 -foot shoulder. Total length of the project is about half a mile. The design challenges include consideration of ultimate design so that widening could blend into future widening without losing any new construction being done for the project. This type of design requires specific consideration of roadway camber and side slopes to match existing conditions, and other interim improvements previously constructed. Mr. Osaki provides hands-on design for the project using AutoCAD and Civilsoft. Mt. Vernon Avenue over UPRR Bridge and Roadway Widening Project, City of Colton, CA Design Engineer. KOA was selected by the City for this major Federally Funded bridge widening project. This project requires the existing bridge to be widened from existing 2 lanes to 4 lanes with bike lanes on each side including curb gutter and sidewalk. The roadway also intersects with EB Ramps of 1-10 interchange which will also require modification and approval from Caltrans District 8. This is a federally funded project so NEPA and CEQA Clearance will be required through Caltrans District 8 which has been delegated the NEPA clearance responsibility by FHWA. Main challenges of the project include maintaining the required clearance over the UPRR tracks; obtaining approval of the design from UPRR; and project approval from Caltrans District 8. Other design features include geometric design of the bridge alignment including EB ramp modifications at the interchange, hydraulic studies; drainage design, bridge structure design, and geotechnical studies including Initial Site Assessment study (ISA). The KOA team has obtained Caltrans District 8 Approval of Environmental Clearance as well as UPRR approval on concept design. The project is in final PS&E stage. 1-10/Rancho Avenue EB On -Ramp Widening Project COLTON, CA- Design Engineer KOA was recently selected by the City of Colton to complete the PA/ ED and PS&E for the On Ramp Improvement project. Funded by SHOPP Minor A fund, the City desires to widen the 1-10 eastbound on-ramp to accommodate safe truck turning movements. The proximity of the Union Pacific Railroad and the Santa Ana River basin on the south side of the project could influence the project design development. It is important to lay out the UPRR Railroad right of way during the preliminary design phase. Our goal is to avoid impacts to UPRR ROW and the overcrossing bridge. The project requires coordination with Caltrans; preparation of Fact Sheets as well as obtain an encroachment permit from Caltrans District 8. The proposed improvement includes installation of retaining wall, embankment, ramp widening, striping and traffic signal modification. KOA will also assist the City during the construction phase of the project. ill€_ � i* e,cl�jr CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT APPENDIX GIUSEPPE S. CANZONIERI, PE CONSTRUCTION STAGING KOA Corporation Mr. Canzonieri is.a Senior Engineer with KOA Corporation. He has performed numerous projects for both public and private developments throughout Southern California. He has considerable experience working with roadway design, traffic signal design, signing & striping design, traffic control design, construction specifications and cost estimates. He has served as design task leader on many civil and traffic engineering design projects for the Cities of Rancho Palos Verdes,.. Thousand Oaks, Los Angeles, West Hollywood, Santa Monica and Arcadia. Mr. Canzonieri is also known for his quality control capabilities and providing clients with high quality construction documents. He has significant knowledge working with multiple design platforms including AutoCAD; Civil 3D, and Microstation. Mr. Canzonieri is a registered Civil Engineer (#79006) in the State of California. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Metro Area Regional Connector TMP, City of Los Angeles, CA Project Engineer. KOA was called upon by the construction management team to provide a traffic management plan (TMP) for review by the City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT). KOA conducted a traffic study and TMP for the first major construction phase and roadway closure at the Alameda/Ist intersection. There are four major roadway closures that would be implemented as part of the construction efforts for the Regional Connector project. Three of these closure locations are for station construction, and a fourth would be a cut -and -cover segment on Flower Street. The conceptual study areas for three Alameda/Ist closure scenarios were discussed with the client and finalized to define the scope of work. Task I of the scope of work was to provide the Alameda/Ist TMP, analyzing potential effects on pedestrian routes, existing on -street bicycle facilities, bus transit routes and stop locations, and vehicle traffic diversions. SR-60/Lemon Avenue Interchange, Diamond Bar, CA KOA prepared a traffic study in support of the environmental document and a Project Report for a new interchange of the SR -60 (Pomona) Freeway at Lemon Avenue, in the City of Diamond Bar. KOA's work scope also includes preparation of traffic -related plans for the project, including traffic signals, signing and striping, overhead signs and ramp metering. Mr. Canzonieri was responsible for producing Traffic signal plans and signing & striping plans for the new interchange at Lemon Ave and helped with the plans for the removal of the interchange at Brea Canyon road. He also worked on the signing and striping along the SR -60 freeway. CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT KOA CORPORATION : _, PLANNING & ENGINEERING EDUCATION BS, Civil Engineering, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA, 2007 REGISTRATIONS Professional Engineer (Civil), CA #79006 PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Society of Civil Engineers Giuseppe S. Canzonieri, PE, Page 2 `tttrf:. KOA CORPORATION 4�- '' ..41 PLANNING & ENGINEERING Metro Crenshaw LRT Plaza Area Lighting Design/Build Project Engineer. Metro is constructing an 8 mile long light rail system connecting the Green Line LRT to the Exposition Line LRT. The project was constructed under a design -build contract using state and local funds. KOA Corporation developed street lighting plans along the route where the LRT crosses the roadways and intersections, we also design the street/pedestrian lighting along Crenshaw Boulevard where the LRT running down on middle of the street. KOA also prepared emergency pedestrian walkway lighting plans along the LRT, as well as underground station plaza area lighting and park and ride lot light plans for the Vernon, the MILK, and the Exposition Stations. Mid -City Exposition Light Rail Transit Project, Los Angeles to Culver City, CA Project Engineer. LACMTA constructed a 9 mile long light rail system on existing railroad right-of-way along Exposition Boulevard from downtown Los Angeles to Culver City. The light rail system connects to the existing Long Beach Blue Line on Flower Street in downtown Los Angeles. The project was constructed under a design -build contract using state and local funds. KOA Corporation developed traffic control plans, temporary traffic signal plans and temporary street lighting plans to accommodate the construction of light rail system. This included the construction of an at -grade crossings, various intersection improvements, and utility relocation along the route. KOA staff also designed restoration traffic signals and street lighting plans as well as the design of bike path lighting, park-and-ride lot lighting and an. emergency walkway lighting system for the aerial structure guideway. Burbank -Glendale -Pasadena Airport Authority — Keswick Street Vacation Project, City of Los Angeles B -Permit Design Services, Los Angeles, CA Project Engineer. KOA Corporation provided engineering services, assisting the Burbank -Glendale -Pasadena Airport Authority in the Keswick Street Vacation Project in the City of Los Angeles by preparing plans, specifications & estimates (PS&E) for street improvement, signing & striping, traffic signal, and street lighting plans to satisfy the conditions of approval for the project. The plans were prepared in conformance with the City of Los Angeles design standards and B -Permit requirements. KOA also coordinating the utility notification, including distributing a notice with map and drawings to utility companies with facilities in the project vicinity; maintaining a log of the utility companies that were notified, and dates the responses were received; and recording their responses. Mr. Canzonieri was the lead designer on the project, designing the civil, traffic signal, and signing and striping plans. He also handled the B -Permit processing. f r itis iieisl,ti 7t FR",Ia'I ACTI 1191 6 . a t :i0 MR1 Ii l CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT APPENDIX DOUG YEH, PE TRAFFIC TASK LEADER KOA Corporation Mr. Yeh has extensive experience in the design and analysis of transportation and infrastructure projects. He has served as Project Manager and Team Leader for numerous projects involving design of roadways, traffic signals, work site traffic control, street lighting, signing & striping, and intelligent transportation systems design. Mr. Yeh is an expert in geometric design, traffic signal design and preparation of worksite traffic control (traffic handling) plans. He is a Vice President of KOA Corporation and has been with the company for 28 years. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE I-405 HOV PS&E, Los Angeles and Culver City, CA Senior Engineer. As part of a Caltrans On -Call Contract KOA provided traffic engineering design services for HOV Improvements to the 1-405 at various intersections between the SR - 90 and the 1-10 in Los Angeles and Culver City. Plans were prepared in conformance with Caltrans and LADOT standards. The firm was responsible for the following services: • Preparation of permanent traffic signal plans at ten locations • Modification to the undercrossing soffit lighting plans due to widening of the bridge along the 1-405 between the SR -90 and 1-10 at 10 locations. • New street lighting plans for the new Service Road and modification of the existing street lighting system for local streets along the improvement route. Prepared plans for 8 1ocations. • Pavement delineation plans at 7 locations • Sign plans for 7 locations • Modifications to the existing street lighting system for local streets along the improvement route. • Preparation of 26 Standard Details Plans for the City of Los Angeles traffic signal and street lighting drawings. The Standard Details plans converted City of Los Angeles standard drawings to the metric format. Metro, Mid -City Exposition Light Rail Transit Project Traffic Engineer/KOA's Project Manager. LACMTA constructed a 9 mile long light rail system on existing railroad right-of-way along Exposition Boulevard from downtown Los Angeles to Culver City. The light rail system connects to the existing Long Beach Blue Line on Flower Street in downtown Los Angeles. The project was constructed under a design - build contract using state/local funds. This project included a 9 -mile long Class II Bike Lane along Exposition Boulevard from downtown Los Angeles connecting to a Class I Bike Path adjacent to National ROEESSIONA NGL ERING:'�ERVICES AMIFORNW. N E Ri4D SEPAFATION CITY OF BEAUMONT,1' DEPARTMENT KOA CO"ORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING EDUCATION BS, Optical Engineering, University of La Verne, La Verne, CA REGISTRATIONS Professional Engineer (Traffic), CA #1900 PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Institute of Transportation Engineers Doug Yeh, PE, Page 2 KOA CORPORATION C__q PLANNING & ENGINEERING Boulevard in Culver City. Mr. Yeh oversaw the preparation of traffic control plans, temporary traffic signal plans and temporary street lighting plans to accommodate the construction. of light rail system. This included the construction of an at -grade crossings, various intersection improvements, and utility relocation along the route. Mr. Yeh also oversaw the design of restoration traffic signals and street lighting plans as well as the design of bike path lighting, park-and-ride lot lighting and an emergency walkway lighting system for the aerial structure guideway. Playa Vista State Transportation Improvement Program (STIR) Lead Traffic Engineer. Mr. Yeh has prepared PS&E for traffic -related off-site improvements for the Playa Vista, Development in Los Angeles for over I I years. Projects have included coordination with Caltrans and the Cities of Culver City and Los Angeles. For the proposed Lincoln Boulevard widening, Mr. Yeh prepared PS&E in conformance with Caltrans plan preparations format and with project review and management by Caltrans oversight. The design plans also required view and approval from the City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation. Design work included widening on Lincoln Boulevard to provide for eight highway lanes along the corridor. Mr. Yeh prepared typical cross sections, layouts, construction details, drainage, utility, stage construction, traffic handling, pavement delineation, signage; highway lighting, signal plans and quantities sheets. He also prepared specifications and cost estimates for the project. BIG California Incline, Santa Monica, CA Project Manager. The Beach Improvement Group (BIG) Project sought to create a scenic coastal gateway in Santa Monica by means of landscaping, railing, fences signage, art projects and attractive hardscapes. Major project components included widening, rehabilitation; and seismic retrofit of the Santa Monica Pier Bridge and rehabilitation of the California Incline. KOA provided plans for traffic control during construction. KOA also conducted a traffic analysis to determine potential traffic impacts due to the temporary closure of the California Incline. To minimize the potential impacts associated with the temporary closure, KOA worked closely with Caltrans and the City of Santa Monica to develop potential physical improvements to the nearby residential roadways. Playa Vista Street Widening, Culver City, CA Senior Engineer. Mr. Yeh provided design plans for street widening on Slauson Avenue at the SR -90 terminus. The widening was necessary to provide westbound triple left -turn lanes onto the SR -90 westbound on ramp. Mr. Yeh also provided design of traffic signal, street lighting, signing & striping modification, overhead signs, stage construction and traffic handling. I:MUMr ,,Veit .i .s''�i i 1� �il{-.j ' F , ' 1 " _11;_01_ r 1111,1 CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT KOA CORPORATION APPENDIX PLANNING & ENGINEERING BRIAN MARCHETTI, AICP EDUCATION TRAFFIC STUDIES BS, Urban & Regional Planning, KOA Corporation California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 1995 Mr. Marchetti is a Senior Transportation Planner at KOA Corporation, managing traffic impact, circulation, parking, and transit planning REGISTRATIONS studies. He has 21 years of experience in the industry. He has American Institute of Certified extensive experience with TRAFFIX impact analysis and Synchro Planners, 2001, #016504 signal coordination software packages, and multimodal impact approaches to studies. Mr. Marchetti has produced studies for PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS environmental documentation on multiple projects, ranging from large American Planning Association commercial centers, mixed-use development projects, residential tract -Member developments, public utilities projects, public facility and park projects, institutional and school facility traffic impact and pedestrian access Southern California Planning projects, to transit and station interface projects. He is a certified Congress — Vice President of Transportation Planner with the American Institute of Certified Communications Planners (AICP), #016504. Los Angeles County Regional RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Planning History Association Arcadia Huntington Drive Capacity Improvements Project Senior Transportation Planner. The City of Arcadiasought-to improve American Institute of Architects the traffic capacity and levels of service (LOS) at three intersections on — Pasadena & Foothills Chapter Huntington Drive. KOA led a team of consultants to analyze the traffic congestion at these three project intersections, determine feasible capacity improvements, and prepare the plans, specifications, and estimates to construct these improvements. Mr. Marchetti is currently helping to complete the analysis of traffic queues using Synchro, and is involved with the preparation of conceptual alternatives. Rosemead Boulevard Safety Enhancements Design/Study, Temple City, CA Traffic Task Manager, Planning. KOA produced a new geometric design for a two-mile segment of Rosemead Boulevard. The plan identified locations for proposed curb lines, bulb -outs, center raised medians and verified the feasibility of providing adequate lane widths, transitions, and on -street parking lanes. Mr. Marchetti conducted the project traffic impact and parking analysis document. The traffic analysis effort included estimates of potential traffic re -routings caused by the closure of mid -block driveways and installation of center raised medians. KOA defined design alternatives, and produced final design plans for signing & striping, street lighting and decorative pedestrian lighting, and traffic signal modifications to conform to MUTCD and ADA requirements. This project also featured separated (buffered) bike lanes, or cycle tracks, situated between the parking lanes and sidewalks. The project had its grand opening on May 10, 2014. This project received a 2014 Merit Award in Urban Design from the AIA California Council, won the ASLA Southern California Chapter "Quality of Life" award (2014), and I " t t CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT Brian Marchetti, AICP, Page 2 KOA CORPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING was selected for a "Best 10 new bike lanes of 2014" recognition from the PeopleforBikes organization. Carson Street Master Plan Improvements, Carson, CA Traffic Analysis Task Manager. KOA produced roadway and traffic signal designs for this streetscape project within the City of Carson. KOA monitored the civil engineering issues related to street profiles, traffic, drainage and constructability during all design phases of the project. The project design concepts included expanded sidewalk areas, pedestrian -focused intersection treatments, and new bicycle facilities. The project traffic analysis included an analysis of potential intersection approach lane changes due to corridor improvements, and reorientation of commercial center traffic due to the installation of raised medians. Mr. Marchetti produced the project traffic impact analysis report that included an analysis of potential intersection approach lane changes due to corridor improvements, and reorientation of commercial center traffic due to the installation of raised medians. Florence Avenue (Districts I & 2) Streetscape and Pedestrian Safety Enhancement Project in unincorporated Los Angeles County, CA Traffic Task Manager. This project is the second phase of a streetscape and pedestrian safety enhancement design for Florence Avenue located in Supervisorial District I of unincorporated Los Angeles County, California. This phase included improvements from the Metro Blue Line to Mountain View Avenue. KOA prepared a traffic study that addressed the changes in the traffic patterns that would result from extending median islands and modifying pedestrian access. As traffic task manager, Mr. Marchetti analyzed the intersection configuration changes and impacts to circulation from the proposed improvements. Mangrove Estates - Mixed Use, Transit Oriented Development Project Senior Transportation Planner. KOA conducted a traffic impact study, under the environmental documentation effort, for the proposed Mangrove Estate mixed-use and transit -oriented development (TOD) project. KOA also analyzed the trip generation and potential traffic impacts associated with four project alternatives. KOA worked closely with planning staff at the City to develop a trip generation analysis that best represented the expected split of vehicle trips, pedestrian trips, and transit trips. Vermont Avenue Median Park EIR Project Manager. KOA had conducted the traffic impact and parking studies for the proposed Vermont Media Park project, during the conceptual design phase of the project. A final traffic study review letter had been issued by the City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) but additional in -lieu mitigation measures were desired by the City, in relation to the ability of the project to support transit and bicycle use and also due to the pedestrian -supporting design of the proposed roadway improvements. Mr. Marchetti produced the summary report for use in the EIR document that provided the basis for implementation of the additional elements within the environmental documentation. «ROFESSIUNa HIM-, 011-41k HIMW WORKSCITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC DEPARTMENT APPENDIX ERIC YANG, PE, TE SIGNING/SIGNALS/LIGHTING/TMP KOA Corporation Mr. Yang has managed and prepared plans; specifications, and estimates (PS&E) for wide variety of projects including street improvement, highway, freeway and ramp design, traffic signal improvement and synchronization, intelligent transportation system (ITS), traffic management center (TMC), bus priority, traffic signal with railroad preemption and interconnection, flashing beacons, pedestrian friendly crosswalks, geometric and signage improvement, and worksite traffic control projects, as well as red light photo enforcement projects. He has extensive experience with Caltrans, the County of Los Angeles, and many other Southern California cities and agencies. In 2014, Mr. Yang was invited to be an Expert Consultant for the Professional Engineer Examination Recruitment by the California Board of Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, and Geologists (BPELSG). He has been serving in that capacity since that time. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE ST -68 Traffic Signal Synchronization Project, Coachella, CA Traffic System PS&E Task Manager. The KOA team provided comprehensive design, bid, and build services for the City TSS project for the City's Traffic Signal Systems which include construction documents (PS&E) for controller upgrades, ITS hardware & software upgrades, fiber optic interconnect of all City intersections, and the PS&E to build a traffic management center (TMC). Additionally the project includes signal timing analysis, coordination and timing implementation for 16 City traffic signals. Beverly Boulevard Traffic Signal Synchronization Project Project Manager. KOA prepared signal improvement plans to upgrade and synchronize 35 traffic signals on Beverly Boulevard between Pomona Boulevard and Pickering Avenue for the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works, as part of their Countywide Traffic Signal Synchronization Program. The project length is approximately 7.5 miles and involved multiple jurisdictions, including the Cities of Whittier, Pico Rivera, and Montebello, and the County of Los Angeles. KOA's scope of work involved preparation of signal improvement recommendation report to utilize the limited funding resource with effective improvements on signal synchronization and pedestrian safety. The range of improvements included controller and cabinet upgrades, traffic signal equipment upgrades, vehicle detection, GPS time -based units, median nose modifications, pedestrian access ramps, crosswalks, striping, and roadway signage. .ROFE�810N NGINE'fRING E CES C ki VENUE E EBARATION WORKSCITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC DEPARTMENT KOA CORPORATION 5.{.� PLANNING & ENGINEERING EDUCATION Advanced Traffic Signal Operations, UC Berkeley Extension Basic Traffic Signal Design Certificate, UC Berkeley Extension BS', Civil Engineering, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona REGISTRATIONS Professional Engineer (Traffic) #2672 Professional Engineer (Civil) #83116 PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS International Chinese Transportation Professional Association (ICTPA), Southern California Chapter, Board Member, Treasure and Secretary KOA CORPORATION C. = Eric Yang, PE, TE, Page 2 PLANNING F ENGINEERING Capital Improvement Project, Citywide Traffic Signal Inventory, Design/Upgrade, Compton, CA Traffic Signal Design Task Manager. The City of Compton's multi-million dollar Capital Improvement Program included modifications and upgrades for 107 out of the 110 existing traffic signals located throughout the city. The proposed improvements for each intersection ranged from refurbishment of signal heads to major upgrades of the existing traffic signal equipment. KOA's work scope involved the design and preparation of numerous traffic signal modification plans, sketches, and upgrade tables for the 107 signalized intersections, where improvements were proposed. The project also included design of approximately 5.9 miles of traffic signal interconnect. NBC US -101 & Universal Studios Boulevard Improvement Project, Los Angeles/Caltrans ITS Task Manager. KOA provided services to obtain the City of Los Angeles "B" Permit for traffic signal, signing & striping, and street lighting plans to accommodate the Ramps modifications. We also prepared an overhead sign plan for the proposed new Southbound On-ramp on Universal Studios Boulevard, as well as preparation of two closed -circuit -television cameras (CCTV) and a changeable message sign (CMS) plans, including design of ITS system connecting the proposed CCTV and CMS to the City of Los Angeles ATSAC system. The project also included preparation of Caltrans ITS plans for modification of the Caltrans communication system on US -101 Free way affected by the project. Mr. Yang was in charge of CCTV and traffic interconnect design, Atlantic Boulevard Corridor Traffic Signal Synchronization, Monterey Park, CA Project Manager. KOA performed a traffic signal analysis for the Atlantic Boulevard Corridor between Hellman Avenue and Newmark Avenue and a side street intersection located at Hellman Avenue and Mall Driveway in the City of Monterey Park. The project encompassed seven signalized intersections, over a distance of roughly 4,000 feet. KOA's scope of work included the conducting of field reviews and inventory of traffic signal equipment, the preparation of traffic improvement recommendations, preparing traffic signal modification plans, signing and striping modification plans, and signal timing sheets. The signal timing was prepared with Synchro software to comply with the City's standards and the California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (CA MUTCD) requirements. KOA performed field observations after the improvements were completed to fine tune the final signal timing with City Staff. Mr. Yang designed the traffic signal improvements and related traffic control improvements. MERE M Offil 17113110M _N= CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT KOA CORPORATION APPENDIX PLANNING & ENGINEERING KEVIN HIGGINS EDUCATION CONSTRUCTABILITY REVIEW BS, Business Management KOA Corporation California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA, 1987 Mr. Higgins has nearly 20 years of Public Works, Capital Improvement and Private Construction, Purchasing, Project Management, REGISTRATIONS Field Construction Management and Inspection experience. He Multiple Management, Project has participated in numerous street/highway widening projects, Management, Landscape, and development of over 100 communities in land development including SWPPP Training Courses right of way, NOI's, encroachment permits, mass grading, grade separations, storm drain, box culverts, sewer collection systems, 24 -Hour and 8 -Hour Caltrans drainage systems, mainline water systems, ductile iron water lines, SWPPP Certified /Construction public/private street improvements, flood control channels, public Certified landscaping, several park -sites, bond exoneration work.and city CPESC and QSP in Training acceptance on over 100 projects that included curb and gutter removals and replacement, asphalt grinding, trench repairs, cap paving, full section paving, and striping, BMP recommendations, traffic signals, sound walls, street lighting, and dry utilities. Ensures and maintains agency standards and specifications per approved plans while ensuring projects remain on schedule and within budget. Maintained BMPs for SWPPP, WQMP and NPDES compliance, wrote daily, weekly reports and coordinates with all departments. Has Overseen many public/private land development, infrastructure, & street improvement projects with Developers, Cities, County Flood, Caltrans, various Water Departments, Los Angeles, j Riverside and San Bernardino Counties, and Parks and Recreation Departments, Redevelopment Agencies, and Various Cities. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE RCTD- Sunset Rail Road Grade Separation Project, Banning, CA Construction Inspector / Manager — Mr. Higgins is providing construction management and inspection support as a sub to Harris & Associates on this bridge and grade separation project. He is providing submittal review, plan review, construction inspections on concrete curb and gutter, sidewalk, poured in place concrete walls, tie -back walls, grading and earthwork, traffic signal and street lighting post bases, rock blanket and slope protection rock matts, steel and rebar, irrigation and landscape planting. Responsible for meetings, daily construction reports, SWPPP compliance, quantity verification, invoicing, RFI's, Change order review and time and materials overview. Various Street Widening Projects in San Bernardino for KB Home, San Bernardino, CA Construction Manager Responsible for plan processing, construction scheduling, managing inspections, cost control, contracts and change orders, utility coordination, management of subcontractors, document control, scheduling of survey and soils testing, and maintained BMPs. aROEESSIONAL NGINEERIN( _29EW Ncw, JEM fP.ARAT10 CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT Kevin Higgins, Page 2 �KOA CORPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING Projects involved widening and improvements on Pine Avenue, Washington Street, Irvington, Palm Avenue, Ohio Avenue, North Campus Parkway and all related interior streets on each project. Work included storm drain, sewers, street improvements, park -sites, curb and gutter, paving, striping, sidewalk, dry utilities, public improvements, right of way and street expansion improvements, public area landscaping, street light system, fire systems, meeting coordination, public awareness, plans, permits and bond work including asphalt grinding, removals and cap paving. Project Cost: over $ 14.9 million. Street Widening Projects for KS Home Developments in the City of Rancho Cucamonga, CA Construction Manager. Responsible for construction management of 6 multi -family development projects in Rancho Cucamonga. Projects involved all infrastructure work including drainage, storm drain, sewer, public/ private water systems, traffic signals, six miles of block walls, decorative pavers and concrete, decorative cobble and rock blanket installations, SWPPP inspections and reports, dry utilities including Rule 20 underground, and all public/private landscaping. Projects and duties included public works street / highway widening and paving projects on Baseline, Haven, Rochester Avenues, Church, Ninth, Mtn. View Streets and Terra Vista Parkway to name a few, including plan review, daily dairies, quantity take -offs, bids, contracting, scheduling, asphalt grinding, paving and concrete inspections, signage and striping, supervision, organizing project meetings, monitoring subcontractors performance, coordinating with city and county agencies, civil and soils engineers, utility consultants, the public to ensure safety and awareness while quality standards and specifications were being met consistently. Projects also included landscaping work and sound walls for Caltrans along the 1-15 Freeway in Rancho Cucamonga and Fontana as well. Project Cost: $ 85.5 Million. Rancho Little League Field Rehabilitation, Rancho Cucamonga, CA Rehabilitation of Little League Field that consisted of new enclosed bullpen and dugout areas, new chain link fencing on the backstop, installation of new brick dust on the infields, new outfield fencing with safety top cap overlay, drinking fountain repairs, and new pitcher's mound and home plate installed. Etiwanda Avenue Widening Project, Rancho Cucamonga, CA Construction Manager. The project included widening of Etiwanda Avenue that included widening the street from a two lane road to four lane road with turn pockets (R & L) from Baseline to Miller. Project included sewer, 8" and 16" water mainline and laterals to feed 200 plus home tract "Lexington at Etiwanda", post office, future retail parcel, two existing houses, 72", 60", 4810, 24" and 18" storm drain system that all tied in under the 1-15 Freeway at Miller and Etiwanda in the Caltrans right -of way, Rule 20 Utility Backbone System, street light system, curb and gutter, sidewalk and asphalt paving improvements, and everything else. Worked with Caltrans RE daily during the storm drain and paving work and repaired a 103 year old CVWD water line. Responsible for all project oversight, agency coordination, construction meetings, permit processing, survey and staking, materials testing coordination, documentation, filing, project reports, final monumentation, public awareness, SWPPP recording and reports. City of Yucaipa — On -Call Construction Management and Inspection Contract 2012 - 2014 Construction Manager on this ongoing On -Call contract for the City of Yucaipa which has included the Annual Street Rehabilitation Project #10883 and the Annual Micro -Surfacing program #10882 projects since October of 2012. The projects consisted of cold milling, grind and overlay and other paving rehabilitation improvements of public and residential streets and micro -surfacing (slurry) of additional streets throughout the City. Mr. Higgins was responsible for reviewing plans and specs, pre -construction meetings, providing construction inspectors, approving quantities and invoicing, contractor performance. Y 1e.�lill 4 y�ii. CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT SAQIB KHAN, PE, P.ENG., M.A.SC. STRUCTURES TASK LEADER HATCH Saqib is a structural engineer with 18 years of work experience. He has worked with both the private and public sectors, and has gained extensive experience in managing and leading teams and delivering projects. He has varied technical experience related to the inspection and assessment of bridges, as well as analysis and design. Saqib has extensive experience on seismic -resistant design, live load assessments, and assessment of fatigue and other bridge deficiencies. Saqib currently acts as a team and technical lead. He's recently been involved with project delivery, team management and technical leadership of two large-scale pursuits, namely the George Massey Tunnel Replacement Project and the Centennial Road Overpass. In this capacity, Saqib provided leadership to teams in two different joint ventures. He has also worked as the seismic and substructure design lead for the Evergreen Line Rapid Transit project in Vancouver, as well as the for highway structures on the Champlain Bridge project in Montreal, Quebec. Saqib worked as the seismic technical lead for the base -isolation analysis and design of the interprovincial MacDonald Cartier Bridge in Ottawa, ON. He has recently managed the design and delivery of the 216th Street Underpass project crossing the TransCanada highway I in Langley, BC. Through these projects, Saqib has actively communicated with the Owners and contractors for successful design and delivery of projects. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Centerm Expansion Project - Centennial Road Overpass Pursuit, Vancouver Port Authority, Vancouver, BC Acted as the team and technical lead for the design pursuit of the approximately 500 m long Centennial Road Overpass, which is part of the Centerm port expansion project. This highly challenging project consists of finding an innovative, cost-effective and constructible solution for a bridge in a highly -constrained environment. The presence of rail lines, utilities, roadway movements, horizontal and vertical clearances, etc. present a set of unique challenges. The above coupled with the need to keep the train and truck traffic moving during construction require careful attention and drive the span configuration, structural form of the bridge and foundation design. Saqib was responsible for team management and leadership, technical oversight and delivery of the pursuit deliverables. ITIN 1I !' 1 ' CITY Of BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT KOA CORPORATION - • PLANNING & ENGINEERING EDUCATION M.A.Sc., Structural Engineering, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, 2001 B.Sc., Civil Engineering, University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan, 1998 REGISTRATIONS Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists: • BC, 29862, 2005 • AB, 157003, 2012 • WA, 4694, 2011 • CA, C75287,2009 Alaska State Board of Registration for Architects, Engineers and Land Surveyors (P.E., Lapsed) PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Member Subcommittee on Section 4 -Seismic Design of the Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code CSA -S6-14 Instructor for SEABC Courses C51, C52, C54 on Bridge Analysis and Design Saqib Khan, PE, P.Eng.,M.A.Sc., Page 2 KOA CORPORATION ._� PLANNING & ENGINEERING George Massey Tunnel Replacement Project Pursuit, BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, Vancouver, BC Acted as the team and technical lead for the Massey Tunnel pursuit as part of one of the preferred proponent teams. Saqib was instrumental in managing and leading the team in preparing preliminary seismic and non- seismic designs of several on -shore bridges in an extremely short proposal time period. His role included providing on-going leadership and guidance on seismic and non -seismic issues, liaising with the other structural and geotechnical teams in the joint venture, attending meetings with the CJV representatives, incorporating contractor's feedback in critical design issues, etc. Montreal LRT Seismic Assessment of Existing Structures, Montreal, QC As part of the Vancouver based seismic team, Saqib supervised and lead the seismic assessment of 4 railroad bridges along the proposed commuter light rail transit project in Montreal, QC. The assessment included structural modeling of 'steel truss bridges and concrete slab bridges, seismic detailing analysis as per AREMA, and the production of reports and methodology. 216th Street Underpass Bridge Project, BC Ministry of Transportation, Vancouver, BC Project manager for the two 35m span, continuous concrete box girder bridge crossing TransCanada Highway I at 216th Street in Langley, BC. The ready for tender bridge package was submitted to the Ministry of Transportation in September 2016. Agassiz-Rosedale Bridge and Rosedale (Rail) Overhead Bridge, BC Ministry of. Transportation, Vancouver, BC Carried out condition inspection of the Agassiz Rosedale bridge over several days. Investigated the feasibility of various widening options for the approach spans of the Agassiz- Rosedale Bridge as part of functional upgrades. Carried out the cost and feasibility study for the "Variant B" rehabilitation of the Agassiz- Rosedale bridge. The Variant B option comprises replacing the northernmost 35 spans of the north approach viaduct with embankment fill by burying the spans for reducing future maintenance. Throughout this exercise, constant communication with the Owner was maintained to clarify and explain various issues and get up-to- date feedback from the Owner. Seismic technical lead for the seismic assessment and retrofit of the highly - skewed, seven -span, 77 m long Rosedale Overhead bridge crossing rail lines. Surrey Central SkyTrain — Due Diligence Structural Review'and Assessment, Translink, Vancouver, BC Technical lead and Project Manager for the 3 Civic Plaza tower development adjacent to the Surrey Centre SkyTrain Station guideway. Saqib was involved with reviewing developer's design documentations, methods of analyses, identifying structural impacts to the train guideway due to the adjacent construction, client meetings and providing comments and requests for .additional information as and when required. Evergreen Line Rapid Transit Project — Bid and Final Design, BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, Vancouver, BC Technical specialist and seismic analysis and design lead for the special structures design during bid and final design stages. Saqib providing technical guidance and assistance to various teams working on different special structures as well as liaising with the geotechnical consultant to ensure critical information exchanged and making sure that geotechnical and structural assumptions were well understood by the designers. Saqib carried out presentations of seismic design strategy memoranda for various special structures to the Evergreen Line Seismic Peer Review Panel. Carried out high-level design checking for a composite box girder of a curved steel guideway during bid stage and final design based on S6-06 and AASHTO (20 10) codes. l.' ! 1 , ±_ q-11-1 CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT APPENDIX NATHAN MACK BRIDGES HATCH Nathan has more than 16 years of experience in civil engineering design and construction management focused on track alignments, passenger rail stations, storage and maintenance rail yards, utility design, transportation tunnels, earthwork management, and maritime ports. His work on large design projects has entailed project controls. management and extensive inter -discipline coordination.. His careful application of design criteria has resulted in economic design solutions. His ability to understand construction contracts and bid documents has significantly reduced project costs of construction change orders. In a corporate assignment, Nathan was the quality assurance manager for 13 engineering offices during 2013 and 2014. This role; balanced with regular project work, involved periodic auditing of offices and projects as well as leading the local office quality assurance representatives in their responsibilities. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Airport Metro Connector Station (AMC) 96th Street Transit Station - Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Los Angeles, CA Civil Coordinator for the conceptual and schematic design phases of a light-rail station•and bus hub that will connect to the future LAX airport people mover elevated over the light-rail alignment. This project is adjacent to the new light-rail Crenshaw/LAX Transit Corridor under construction at the time of this design. Coordinated the design input of three civil engineering sub -consultants into the conceptual and schematic design phase deliverables. Reviewed and coordinated with the natural gas company and architect on the preliminary alignment re- routing of two 30" gas transmission lines. Coordinated design input of future overhead catenary system (OCS) messenger wire relocation to accommodate the pedestrian bridges crossing the light rail tracks to the center and side platforms. Access to the Region's Core (ARC), New Jersey Transit, Newark, NJ The $9 Billion project provides increased capacity along the Northeast Corridor between Secaucus, NJ and New York City is highlighted by two new rail tunnels beneath the Hudson River and a new underground 6 -track terminal adjacent to Penn Station in Manhattan. ,ROEESSIONAi_ ENGIKEFRIKG'SERVICES.fALIFORNILAVEM RRDE` CITY OF BEAUMONT,1' DEPARTMENT 1, CKOA CORPORATION EDUCATION MSE., Systems Engineering, University of Pennsylvania, 2006 BS, Civil Engineering, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, 1999 REGISTRATIONS Professional Engineer: • CA, C77834 • NJ, 24GE04728900 Nathan Mack, Page 2 KOA CORPORATION ..t PLANNING & ENGINEERING Crenshaw/LAX Transit Corridor, Division 16: Southwestern Yard Procurement and Design Phase — Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Los Angeles, CA Lead Civil Engineer for developing design -build procurement documents for an 18 -acre storage and maintenance rail yard adjacent to the new nine -mile Crenshaw/LAX light rail alignment. Led the validation of the preliminary engineering design performed two years prior and all design updates required to accommodate current conditions. Coordinated extensively. with the architect, systems engineers, and Metro staff. Coordinated with Los Angeles County Department of Public Works to gain conceptual approval of a structural overbuild of an existing large diameter (66") storm drain. Organized and compiled the technical procurement documents, including the performance requirements. Prepared and coordinated the engineer's estimate for use by the owner. Lead Design Support Engineer for LA Metro staff during the Design Phase. Responsible for answering Design - Builder. RFI's, writing change orders scopes, analyzing Design -Builder's change order estimates and negotiating quantities and unit prices. Mr. Maack's understanding of the design criteria, bid documents, and current design saved 50 — 100% of various potential change orders costs. Reviewed design drawings and reports for compliance with contractual design -build performance requirements including Metro Rail Design Criteria. Regional Connector Transit Corridor Project — Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Los Angeles, CA Lead Civil Engineer for designing wye rail junction at Ist and Alameda Streets for approximate 2 -mile light rail project connecting two existing lines, Improved the conceptual alignment design to permit an underground wye junction connecting to an adjacent station platform while meeting minimum speed criteria. Created a theoretical track plane to ensure that the two branching legs, ascending at differing steep grades to existing ground level, would converge at the junction. California High -Speed Rail Conceptual Design - Palmdale to Los Angeles Segment, California High -Speed Rail Authority, Los Angeles, CA Lead Civil Engineer for the conceptual design of a high-speed rail system between Palmdale, CA and downtown Los Angeles. The approximate 65 -mile alignment will include two new stations, six tunnels, numerous grade separations, and the realignment of significant lengths of existing commuter rail tracks. Task leader for designing 100 -acre storage and maintenance facility rail yard options. Developed a three - stage screening process to identify potential sites in an 18 -mile corridor through the San Fernando Valley and Glendale. This resulted in conceptual engineering and environmental review of 10 potential locations. Typically, the yard options layouts included 23 -tracks consisting of storage, cleaning; and maintenance shop accommodations. Engineering issues assessed included; yard track layout, horizontal and vertical alignment connections with the mainline, rail operations considerations, geotechnical conditions, existing infrastructure constraints including bridge overpasses, traffic impacts, and rough -order -of -magnitude cost estimates. Environmental impacts that were assessed included; right-of-way, business/residential splits, cultural resources, water resources, noise and vibration, parklands, and hazardous materials. Authored the resulting alternatives analysis report. aROF,ESSIQNAL NGINEERING ERVIC'ES AIFORNIA VENUE At)E EPAR'ATION CITY OF BEAUMONT,1' DEPARTMENT KOA CORPORATION APPENDIX 110-1 PLANNING & ENGINEERING ANDREW MIDDLETON, P.ENG. EDUCATION BRIDGES M.Eng., Civil Engineering, HATCH McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, 1999 Andrew is a Civil Engineer specializing in all aspects of railway bridge engineering including design, maintenance, evaluation, inspection, B.Eng., Civil Engineering, rehabilitation, strengthening, analysis, and construction and project McMaster University, Hamilton, management. His range of experience covers structural materials such ON, 1992 as steel, reinforced and prestressed concrete, timber and masonry. Types of projects have also varied: span replacements, bridge repairs REGISTRATIONS and strengthening; earth retaining structures and signal bridges; Professional Engineer: structural reviews, case studies and development of design standards; ON, 90472333, 1997 emergency work, bridge/structural inspection and structural capacity • QC, 125097, 2001 evaluations. Andrew's experience also includes mining and heavy • AB, M88203,2006 industrial projects and six years of railway operations experience gained • BC, 34609, 2010 from working as a Project Manager / Design Engineer for a Class 1 0 MB, 37751, 2014 railroad. While there, he worked on numerous structural projects under live traffic, giving him direct knowledge of safety, schedule, PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS budget and procedures required to work under such conditions. American Railway Engineering & Andrew is now the railroad structures discipline lead for HATCH's Maintenance -of -Way (AREMA) Eastern Canada division and is responsible for reviewing, advising on or Association, 2004 - Member overseeing every project that involves a structure that supports railroad AREMA Technical Committees loading. This includes retaining watts, culverts; pedestrian tunnels, 10& 15 stations and utility pipes crossing under tracks as well as bridges. He is also involved with structures that encroach on railway right of ways Canadian Railway Club, 2005 — or track clearance diagrams such as Overhead bridges (road way and Member pedestrian), signal structures and their foundations as well as crash or protection walls. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Metrolinx, Barrie Rail Corridor Expansion,_ Newmarket Subdivision Senior Structural Engineer responsible for managing all work related to structural design including bridge twinning, retaining structures, pedestrian tunnel extensions and pedestrian overpasses. Conducted detailed inspections of existing structures to determine their suitability for structural expansion or replacement. Additionally, performed a preliminary study to determine suitability of existing structures for additional tracks or proposed appropriate additional structures for expansion. District of Coldstream, Grid Road Grade Separation, Kelowna, BC Structural Engineer for an entirely new rail TPG bridge structure over a new roadway. Required designs included complete concrete abutments and wing walls supported on piles, a 30 m long steel TPG bridge span and significant sheet pile shoring to support the diversion track during CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT KOA CORPORATION Andrew Middleton, P.Eng., Page 2 excavations to build the new substructure. Ontario Northland Railway (ONR), Master, Service Agreement Acting Bridge Engineer for Railroad &Program Management of Annual Repair Projects. Program Manager and Senior Structural Engineer for the $15 million -dollar annual bridge repair program. After performing detailed bridge inspections and cost estimates, a major bridge repair program was recommended to the ONR. Detailed repair drawings and construction tenders were prepared for the many structures scheduled for throughout the agreement. Repairs included steel component replacement and strengthening, bearing replacement, concrete substructure repairs and total bridge replacement. Development and Implementation of the Bridge Safety Management Program with Bridge Ratings Senior Structural Engineer responsible for developing the ONR Bridge Safety Management program. Developed key roles for the management of the rail bridge program. Also, responsible for determining the structural capacity ratings for all bridges on the ONR properties. Evaluated over 45 structures over a three-year period. The structures included several complex deck trusses, through trusses, trestle and TPG bridges as .well as numerous DPG, beam and concrete slab bridges. VIA Rail, Bridge Inspection, Rating and Engineering Services Agreement, VIA Headquarters, Montreal QC Program Manager/Senior Structural Engineer responsible for all structural projects including repair and replacement as well as overall client interaction and service delivery for ail engineering services provided with regards to rail bridges, signals and track. Managed the preparation of project proposals, budgets, monitoring, delivery and invoicing. CN -City of Hamilton, Centennial Parkway Grade Separation, Hamilton, ON As part of the Centennial Parkway expansion, the CN Bridge which constricted the roadway to two lanes was replaced by a new two span bridge over four lanes and sidewalks. As Senior Structural Engineer, was responsible for designing steel ballasted TPG spans and abutments that allowed the spans and substructure to be built expanding the roadway while maintaining the tracks at all times. Reversible shoring was used along with spans and tracks that could be relocated to allow half of the new substructure to be built white keeping the existing open and then shifting the tracks on to the new substructure white the existing bridge was demolished and then the 2nd half of the bridge was built. The final arrangement allowed a future transit line and station platform to be added. CN -VIA Expansion, Kingston Subdivision, Addition of Third Mainline Track - Bridge Widening, Cobourg and Belleville, ON Structural Engineer for designing additional bridge spans at four locations to allow a third track to be added to the mainline between Toronto and Montreal. Designs included steel and precast concrete superstructures, concrete substructures on bedrock and on piles and temporary retaining vvall structures to allow construction and maintain train traffic. Port Metro Vancouver, North Shore Trade Area Expansion, Lynn Creek and Brooksbank Avenue Bridges, Addition of 6 Track - Bridge Widening, Vancouver, BC Structural Engineer for doubling bridges at two locations to accommodate 6 new tracks fora port expansion. One bridge was over an environmentally sensitive river and the other a roadway. One of the designs incorporated a precast superstructure on to a large skewed abutment supported on piles, the other a cast in place concrete frame. Temporary retaining wall structures were incorporated to allow construction and maintain train and roadway traffic. RR01ES5ONA NGINEfRING 'ERVICE : ALIFDRNIa MM RADEfPARATIO AO"D VA JON PHELAN, EIT, M.SC. INDEPENDENT REVIEWISTRUCTURES QC HATCH Jon has one year of experience in design and assessment of railway bridges in addition to one year of experience of site supervision, inspection of structures, and quality control of materials. He has completed the detailed design of several bridge superstructures and substructures, including seismic design, and has experience in project coordination and bridge inspection and condition assessment. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE George Massey Tunney Replacement Project Bid Design, Richmond, BC Jon was a full-time team member developing the bid level design of I I on -shore structures. Jon's principle contribution was completing the seismic design of the I I bridge's substructures, with guidance from Hatch's seismic experts. Jon managed the documents presenting structural options to the contractor joint venture as well as the production and quality assurance of CAD submissions. Montreal LRT Seismic Assessment of Existing Structures, Montreal, QC As part of the Vancouver based seismic team, Jon completed the seismic assessment of 4 railroad bridges along the proposed commuter light rail transit project in Montreal, QC. The assessment included structural modeling of steel truss bridges and concrete slab bridges, seismic detailing analysis as per AREMA, and the production of reports and methodology. The reports were made in English by the team; however, Jon produced several documents in French and reviewed all final reports which were issued to the client in French to ensure consistency . Bridge 7.7, CN, Ste -Foy, QC Jon completed a full detailed analysis and design of Bridge 7.7 in Ste - Foy, QC, fully compliant with AREMA specifications and subject to CN's detailed design guidelines for the design of railway structures. The design process included modeling the structure's response to seismic effects which required the design of rock anchors at the back of the bridge abutments. Jon also oversaw the drafting of technical drawings and reviewed designs from contractors. LP_WEF_W0_NAt_I:NGINEERIN . ES AI EORNIA i411 NNE GRAfl : EFARA OH CITY OF BEAUMONT,1' DEPARTMENT _KOA CORPORATION Ce. PLANNING & ENGINEERING EDUCATION Masters of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics, McGill University, Montreal, PQ, 2016 Bachelor of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics, McGill University, Montreal, PQ, 2009 REGISTRATIONS Engineer -in -Training, BC, 195082 Jon Phelan, EIT, M.Sc., Page 2 _ KOA CORPORATION -�� PLANNING & ENGINEERING Pembina Watson Island Terminal Wharf Assessment, Pembina, Port Edward, BC Jon completed a structural assessment of an existing curved marine trestle approach to a wharf structure as well as reported on the seismic performance of the entire structure up to current seismic design code. The condition of the wharf and trestle was degraded so Jon aided in the assessment and cost estimating of the required repairs and retrofits to extend the service life of the structure to meet the clients proposed future needs. AMT Electrification Feasibility Study, Agence Metropolitaine de Transport, Montreal, QC With input from HMM's structural experts, Jon produced a section for the commuter train electrification feasibility report detailed how certain structures did not meet minimum clearance requirements. He also proposed options for solutions to this problem. Jon also coordinated HMM's other various railway experts in producing HMM's share of the feasibility study. Inspection of Railway Bridges, VIA Rail, Ottawa and Chatham, ON Jon inspected over 70 bridges and 75 culverts along the Ottawa and Chatham corridor. He created reports listing observations, deficiencies, and recommendations for each inspection. Inspection of Railway Bridges, VIA Rail, Ottawa and Chatham, ON Jon inspected Arcelor Mittal's 30 bridges along their line between Fermont and Port Cartier, QC. He created reports listing observations, deficiencies, and recommendations for each inspection. CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT KOA CORPORATION APPENDIX PLANNING & ENGINEERING RICHARD C. MAHER, PLS EDUCATION SURVEYING/ROW Civil Engineering University KDM Meridian Curriculum — California State University, Fullerton, 1992 Mr. Maher is a Professional Land Surveyor registered in the State of California with twenty years of experience in Land Surveying and Civil Land Surveying Continuing Engineering. Since 1999 Mr. Maher has assisted in the review, grading, Education - Coastline and exam development of the Land Surveyor's Yearly Licensure Exams Community College, Costa for the CA State Board for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors Mesa, 1995 and continued to participate in this capacity through 2007. REGISTRATIONS Mr. Maher's experience includes extensive client relations, participating Professional Land Surveyor, CA on a consulting basis, as part of a project team, or in the management #7564 of projects with over fifty different local, county, State, utility agencies, and private clients. In that capacity, he has been responsible in whole or in part in project development, right-of-way engineering, annexations, heavy and light construction, design topographic surveys, aerial control networks, legal descriptions, boundary surveys, records of survey, and parcel and tract map preparation. Mr. Maher's extended involvement in the details of survey department operations has provided him with working knowledge of state of the art technology, hardware, and software used industry wide. In doing so, Mr. Maher continues to be successful in providing the level of service unique to each client, acting as an extension of their staff, understanding their needs, anticipating issues, and providing solutions exceeding expectations. More recently, Mr. Maher fulfilled the function of Survey Department Manager for a Civil Engineering and Survey Consulting firm in southern California specializing in Public Works with projects including street, sewer, water, and storm drain improvements, park, municipal and building improvements. His responsibilities ranged from the technical aspect of field and office survey operations, project management, department staffing and training, client relations, and department marketing. SUPPLEMENTAL QUALIFICATIONS • Network Administration — Windows 95, 98, 2000, ME, and XP Operating Systems • Software Deployment and Centralized Data Protection • Remote Systems Administration • Coordinate Geometry Software: ACAD/Softdesk, LDD • Sokkia Total Station, Digital Level • Geodimeter Total Station and Leica Robotic Instruments • SDR 33 and TDS Data Collector • Trimble 4600LS, 4700, and 4800 Receivers, TSC -I Survey Controller s. CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT Richard C. Maher, PLS, Page 2 RELEVANT EXPERIENCE KOA CORPORATION _k PLANNING 6 ENGINEERING CRA/LA Pacoima/Panorama, City of Los Angeles, CA Design Survey and Cross -Sections. Preparation of base maps for design of street resurfacing, rehabilitation and curb, gutter, and sidewalk improvements. 1.2 Miles CRA/LA Eastside Industrial,. City of Los Angeles — Sandra Sunday, CA Design Survey and Cross -Sections. Preparation of base maps for design of street resurfacing, rehabilitation and curb, gutter, and sidewalk improvements. 1.3 Miles San Fernando Road and Sheldon Street Improvements, City of Los Angeles — CRALA, CA Design Survey and Cross -Sections. Preparation of base maps for design of street resurfacing and streetscaping/landscaping, rehabilitation and curb, gutter, and sidewalk improvements. 2.5 Miles Baldwin Avenue Median/Turn Lane Improvements — Arcadia, County of Los Angeles — DPW, CA Design Survey and Cross -Sections. Preparation of base maps for design of median/turn lane improvements. Foothill Boulevard/Santa Anita Avenue Turn Lane Improvements — Arcadia, County of Los Angeles — DPW, CA Design Survey and Cross -Sections. Preparation of base maps for design of a dedicated right turn lane. ROFf55f0f1A NG'INE'ER1NG'"15€RYTffi l'li LEE 1MEPARATION CITY OF BEAUMONT,WORKS DEPARTMENT APPENDIX JUAN M. DIAZ, PE, MBA UPRR SUPPORT TASK LEADER JMDioz, Inc. Mr. Diaz has over 32 years of professional engineering experience in the transportation planning and engineering industry. His extensive expertise in highway, rail and traffic engineering has resulted in his management of major highway and rail transit projects in Southern California. Mr. Diaz has conducted studies and prepared designs for numerous agencies including Caltrans, LACMTA, Southern California Regional Rail Authority (SCRRA), Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA), California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), Caltrans, NDOT, County of Los Angeles, County of Orange, and . numerous local agencies as well as local railroads throughout California and Nevada. His experience includes the analysis and development of PS&E packages for rail transit and freight rail corridor projects. As a former Metrolink representative and on-call railroad consultant, he has participated in numerous diagnostic review teams and developed designs and CPUC exhibits for more than 23 grade separations and 500 at -grade crossings within the Los Angeles Metro Rail and Metrolink systems and the Port of Los Angeles (POLA). His diverse background and experience along with his strong ability in leading community outreach/consensus building efforts has resulted in his direct involvement in the analysis of train/vehicle/pedestrian circulation issues at rail/highway interfaces including interchanges, grade crossings and stations as well as quality of life projects including soundwalls and "quiet zones" associated with mitigating noise along rail corridors. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Vineyard Avenue Grade Separation, City of Ontario, CA Project Manager developed traffic control and staging plans for the North Vineyard Avenue/UPRR (Los Angeles Subdivision) grade separation providing regional access from Interstate 10 to Ontario International Airport. JMD's expert staff developed traffic control plans, staging plans as well as cost estimates. The objective of the project was to improve accessibility, safety and mobility for airport patrons as well as freight and commuter trains. Flower Street Grade Separations Study, City of Glendale, CA Principal in Charge responsible for preparing a preliminary grade separation study to assess the conceptual feasibility of constructing a grade separation at Flower Street and the Southern California Regional Railroad Authority's (SCRRA) Valley Subdivision in the City of Glendale. JMD evaluated five alternatives for the grade separation including a track flyover, track depression, overpass, underpass, and a no build alternative. The study considered alignment, utility, traffic and right of CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT KOA CORPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING EDUCATION MBA, Business Administration, California State Polytechnic University, 1991 BS, Civil Engineering, 1986 REGISTRATIONS Civil, CA #C50813 PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Society of Civil Engineers Institute of Transportation Engineers American Railway Engineering and Maintenance of Way Engineering Tau Beta Pi, Engineering Honor Society Chi Epsilon, Civil Engineering Honor Society Delta Mu Delta, Business Administration Honor Society Juan M. Diaz, PE, MBA, Page 2 KOA CORPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING way impacts as well as included conceptual cost estimates and a plan for implementation. Durfee Avenue/UPRR (Los Angeles Subdivision) Feasibility Study Report and Preliminary/Final Design Review, City of Pico Rivera, CA Project Manager responsible for completing a Feasibility Study Report (FSR) for the Durfee Avenue Grade Separation Project in the City of Pico Rivera. The study, partially intended to serve as an independent review of a prior concept study prepared for the ACE Construction Authority (ACE)., included the assessment of four underpass alternatives designed to minimize impacts to adjacent properties. The FSR, which avoided a temporary shoofly, included roadway and track alignment design as well as geotechnical review, Advance Planning Study preparation, assessment of right of way impacts and conceptual cost estimates. Due to the fact that the project site is within an existing floodplain, groundwater measurements were conducted to confirm that existing groundwater is deep enough to avoid the need for dewatering and a boat section within the underpass footprint. Conceptual alternatives were discussed with UPRR staff to obtain feedback and conceptual concurrence. San Gabriel Trench Grade Separation Project, San Gabriel Valley, CA Task Manager responsible for providing professional engineering services with the Alameda Corridor East (ACE) and the City of San Gabriel for the grade separation near the historic San Gabriel Mission and adjacent vital Mission District, the San Gabriel High School, and numerous residential properties adjacent to the existing rail right-of-way. The rail trench will substantially reduce operating noise through the elimination of crossing warning horn blasts and signal equipment, and because the trench walls effectively reflect noise upward rather than outward. This project includes, railroad coordination, drainage, utility relocation and traffic control. Laurel Street Grade Separation, SBCTA"CA Project Manager responsible for providing as needed professional engineering review services to the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA) for the Laurel Street Grade Separation Project in Colton, California. JMD reviewed plans, specifications and estimates at the 60%, 90% and final design levels and covering shoofly track design, construction staging plans, and permanent track plans in accordance with BNSF, AREMA, CPUC and local agency standards. JMD also reviewed the Construction and Maintenance agreement for the Project. Grand Avenue/SCRRA (Orange Subdivision) Grade Separation, OCTA, CA Project Manager responsible for overseeing the development of a Project Study Report Equivalent (PSRE) for a new roadway underpass at Grand Avenue and SCRRA's Orange Subdivision in Santa Ana, California. JMD's role included providing direction, technical review, environmental review and preparing funding applications for the subject project. 17th Street/SCRRA (Orange Subdivision) Grade Separation, OCTA, CA Project Manager responsible for overseeing the development of a Project Study Report Equivalent (PSRE) for a new roadway underpass at 17th Street and SCRRA's Orange Subdivision in Santa Ana, California. JMD's role included providing direction, technical review, environmental review and preparing funding applications for the subject project. RDEE3SION NGINE£RINGERWto FORNIA RA©ESEPARAf OH CITY OF BEAUMONT,1' DEPARTMENT �/ KOA CORPORATION APPENDIX PLANNING & ENGINEERING STEVEN ITAGAKI, PE, TE, PTOE EDUCATION SHOOFLY DESIGN BS, Civil Engineering, California fMDiaz, Inc. State Polytechnic University, 1991 With over 27 years of civil engineering experience as a Project Manager, Steve has worked on a variety of civil and traffic engineering projects REGISTRATIONS for client cities, outside agencies, private sectors and California Civil, CA #C67470 Department of Transportation (Caltrans). He is responsible for Traffic, CA #TR2394 managing and preparing plans, specifications and estimates for traffic PTOE, #2156 signal, street lighting, signing, striping and traffic control projects utilizing AutoCAD with AutoTurn, Microstation, and Lighting Programs PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS ALADAN and Visual. His experience also includes traffic studies and American Society of Civil reports utilizing the Highway Capacity Software (HCS), Intersection Engineers Capacity Utilization (ICU), Synchro; and SPEEDPLOT. Institute of Transportation RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Engineers Vineyard Avenue Grade Separation (HDR), City of Ontario, CA Project Engineer currently providing professional engineering and design services for the North Vineyard Avenue/UPRR Grade Separation in the City of Ontario. Services include the design of traffic control, staging, detours and signing and striping plans as well as preparing specifications and cost estimates. Montebello/UPRR Corridor Grade Separation Feasibility Study Report, CA Project Engineer currently providing professional engineering design services for the development of a grade separated corridor along UPRR's (Los Angeles Subdivision) and considering various alternatives including a complete trench, partial trench and individual grade separations at Montebello Boulevard, Greenwood Avenue, Maple Avenue and Vale Avenue. The project includes developing conceptual plans in accordance with UPRR and AREMA standards as well as cost estimates. Close coordination with City, ACE Construction Authority, UPRR and CPUC is a critical part of the project which requires timely concept approval. Fairway Drive/UPRR (Los Angeles Subdivision) Grade Separation PS&E, CA Senior Project Engineer involved in the design of the Fairway Drive Grade Separation Project in the City of Industry. JMD is responsible for performing traffic design and quality control of track plans for the project. JMD is preparing interim and ultimate traffic signal and lighting design for the project in accordance with City of Industry and Los Angeles County standards as well as Caltrans and CPUC requirements. In addition, JMD is reviewing shoofly and permanent track plans at various milestones to meet AREMA, CPUC and UPRR standards. Track JEW CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT Steve Itagaki, PE, TE, PTOE, Page 2 �KOA CORPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING design is a critical element of the project due to the existing presence of groundwater at the crossing which may require the raising of tracks. Access and circulation as well as close coordination with local agencies and stakeholders are other important elements of the project Durfee Avenue/UPRR Grade Separation Review Services, City of Pico Rivera, CA Senior Traffic Engineer responsible for reviewing traffic related' studies as well as plans, specifications and estimate for the Durfee Avenue/UPRR underpass in the City of Pico Rivera. Design review services include reviewing design submittals on behalf of the City at project milestones followed by the Alameda Corridor - East Construction Authority's consultant. Design reviews include verification of adherence to ADA, City and UPRR standards and requirements. Durfee Avenue (Los Angeles Subdivision) Feasibility Study Report and Preliminary/Final Design Review, City of Pico Rivera, CA Senior Project Engineer responsible for completing a Feasibility Study Report (FSR) for the Durfee Avenue Grade Separation Project in the City of Pico Rivera. The study, partially intended to 'serve as an independent review of a prior concept study prepared for the ACE Construction Authority (ACE), included the assessment of four underpass alternatives designed to minimize impacts to adjacent properties. The FSR, which avoided a temporary shoofly, included roadway and track alignment design as well as geotechnical review, Advance Planning Study preparation, assessment of right of way impacts and conceptual cost estimates. Due to the fact that the project site is within an existing floodplain, groundwater measurements were conducted to confirm that existing groundwater is deep enough to avoid the need for dewatering and a boat section within the underpass footprint. Conceptual alternatives were discussed with UPRR staff to obtain feedback and conceptual concurrence. San Gabriel Trench Grade Separation Project, San Gabriel Valley, CA Project Engineer responsible for providing professional engineering services with the Alameda Corridor East (ACE) and the City of San Gabriel for the grade separation near the historic San Gabriel Mission and adjacent vital Mission District, the San Gabriel High School, and numerous residential properties adjacent to the existing rail right-of-way. The rail trench will substantially reduce operating noise through the elimination of crossing warning horn blasts and signal equipment, and because the trench walls effectively reflect noise upward rather than outward. This project includes, rail coordination, utility, traffic control, and management planning. Jeffrey Road Grade Separation, City of Irvine, CA Lead Engineer for the traffic PS&E design for the Jeffrey Road Grade Separation project in the City of Irvine. This major construction project involved the following traffic tasks: a temporary detour road, temporary traffic signals, temporary street lighting, signing and striping, traffic signal modifications, traffic signal interconnect, traffic control, and ultimate street and bridge underpass lighting. CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT APPENDIX IVAN SALVATIERRA, PE, TE RIGHT OF ENTRY (ROE), RAILROAD DESIGN REVIEW, UPRR & CPUC PERMITTING, CONSTRUCTION & MANAGEMENT JMDioz, Inc. With over 13 years of civil engineering experience, Ivan has worked on a variety of Civil, Traffic, and Rail engineering projects for client cities, outside agencies, and private sectors. He is responsible for preparing design plans, specifications and estimates. He is utilizing the latest versions of AutoCAD, Microstation v8i, and InRoads. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Metro Westside Subway Extension (Purple Line) Metro Project Engineer as part of the lead civil design team for preparation of Request for Proposal and Advanced Preliminary Engineering plans for the 9 -mile extension of the existing Metro Purple Line Subway to Westwood. The design consists of 9 underground subway stations connected by dual tunnels beneath existing major roadway corridors. Tasks consist of developing plans for track alignment, tunnel, roadway restoration, worksite traffic control, traffic signal restoration, underground utility relocations and temporary roadway decking with excavation support. Tasks also include various studies of construction/ excavation methods, track alignments, and tunnel construction methods. Metro Division 20 Redline Yard Expansion Lead Engineer. Lead Civil design for preparation of Advanced Preliminary Engineering plans for the expansion of the existing Metro Rail Division 20 Maintenance Facility. Design consisted of re -working existing yard track configurations to allow the addition of a new station within the yard, adding additional track for train storage, and relocation of existing maintenance buildings to a new modern facility within the yard. Tasks consisted of track re -alignment, track work, grading, utility relocation, and roadway improvements. Lilac to Rancho Double Track Project Project Manager currently providing Preliminary Engineering and Environmental Clearance of approximately three miles of second mainline track from CP Lilac (Rialto, California) to CP Rancho (San Bernardino, California) on the San Gabriel Subdivision within San Bernardino County including the addition of a second platform at the Metrolink Rialto Station. The San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA) is the lead agency for the Project, which includes ten at -grade crossings and the development of a quiet zone. JMD is developing the quiet zone feasibility study and designing the ten at -grade crossings in accordance with SCRRA/Metrolink standards. .ROFESSIONAt fJG N EERI NGSERVILE IA1 F.ORNI11VEN U EIGWADESEPARATIO al I Walla] W.'111 l I .,. [KOA CORPORATION Ct. PLANNING & ENGINEERING EDUCATION BS, Civil Engineering, California State Polytechnic University, 2006 REGISTRATIONS Civil, CA #C83901 Traffic, CA #TR2533 Ivan Salvatierra, PE, TE, Page 2 KOA CORPORATION Ue-- PLANNING & ENGINEERING Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Phase 2B Senior Project Engineer. Designed preliminary engineering plans for 13 miles of light rail geometric design. Design consisted of two light rail lines, relocation of existing BNSF and SCRRA rail lines, and location of proposed station platforms through various cities using existing BNSF right-of-way. Tasks consisted of generating plan and profile sheets of the horizontal and vertical alignments with multiple options at various locations, grade crossing analysis and roadway design. Best Buy Development Project Engineer. Designed and prepared final plans for the development of a Best Buy Retail Store. Tasks consisted of generating construction plans for street improvements, street widening, traffic signal modification, roadway signing and striping, street lighting, and utilities. The design also consisted of generating construction plans for grading, utility, horizontal control, erosion control, and hydrology plans and analysis. Chaffey College Expansion Assistant Project Engineer. Assisted with the design and preparation of plans for the expansion of Chaffey College campus facilities. Tasks consisted of generating construction plans for roadway alignment, drainage, and storm drain system. Metro Orange Line Extension Project Engineer. Lead design team for preparation of Preliminary Engineering plans for the 4 -mile extension of the existing Metro Orange Line Busway from Canoga Park station to the Chatsworth Metro link station. Preliminary Engineering plans were prepared for design/build bid documents. Tasks consisted of geometric re -design of seven intersections along Canoga Avenue including street widening and modification of existing traffic signals. Assisted with design of busway alignment in accordance with LRT standards to allow for a future conversion and pedestrian/bicycle path facility along alignment. City of Long Beach Douglas Park Development Project Engineer. Designed and prepared traffic signal modification plans for the installation of an Adaptive Traffic Control System for over 120 intersections. Tasks consisted of field verification of all existing signal equipment, design of system loops for Adaptive Traffic Control System and 8+ miles of fiber optic communication network in Long Beach and its surrounding cities. City of Long Beach Atlantic Corridor Improvements Project Engineer. Designed and prepared construction plans and documents -for the modification of 20 traffic signals and fiber optic communication along Atlantic Avenue in Long Beach. Tasks consisted of generating traffic signal modification plans, fiber optic communication plans, CCTV camera plans, construction cost estimate, and technical specifications documents. City of Anaheim Ball Road Pedestrian Improvements Project Engineer. Designed and prepared traffic signal modification for 7 intersections and interconnect communication, and roadway restriping to add a bicycle lane along Ball road between Knott Avenue and Brookhurst Street. Tasks consisted of field verification of all signing, striping, existing traffic signal, and communication equipment. 101 CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT APPENDIX CEAZAR AGUILAR, PE DRAINAGE TASK LEADER Aguilar Consulting, Inc. Mr. Aguilar has over thirty-three years of experience in drainage, flood control and transportation design, hydrology, hydraulics, flood plain analysis, sediment production and transport analysis, stormwater quality, value engineering, and computer applications. He is a "hands- on" professional manager and leader of multi -faceted projects and program development. He is responsible for the overall design and supervision of staff and other consultants involved in major public works projects. Mr. Aguilar has a proven record of completing large projects and infrastructure management, including support activities, operating procedures and safety in a field or office environment. He has extensive experience in coordinating functions ranging from contract administration to on-site operations control to resolution of legal issues. Mr. Aguilar has developed an excellent reputation with various public agencies for providing thorough and efficient designs of roadways and flood control facilities and for emphasizing cooperative working relationships with public agency staff members. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Ramon Road Bridge Widening and Vista Chino New Bridge Replacement Project - HBP, City of Palm Springs, CA Mr. Aguilar managed the preparation of the Floodplain, Sediment Transport and Design Scour Report for the Whitewater River at Ramon Road Bridge and Vista Chino Low -Water Crossing in the City of Palm Springs. Mr. Aguilar and his project team performed an SPF and 100 -year floodplain mapping (using HEC -RAS) for a 20,000 -foot reach of the Whitewater River based on the existing and proposed conditions. The team also performed scour analysis consisting of local (pier) scour, general scour, abutment scour and contraction scour. The report was processed for approval through the Riverside County Flood Control District (RCFC&WCD), Coachella Valley Water District (CVWD), City of Palm Springs, and Caltrans. Apache Trail & 1-10 Interchange "Roundabout" Reconstruction, Cabazon, Riverside County, CA Mr. Aguilar provided both design responsibilities and Project Management of the reconstruction of Apache Trail at the I-10 interchange. The un -signalized "Tight Diamond" was replaced by Roundabouts for the eastbound and for the westbound freeway movements and connections to the local frontage roads. Responsibilities included design of drainage and retaining walls and oversight of the development of the unique layout design, Caltrans processing and approval, Riverside County processing and approval, and coordination with Union Pacific Railroad and the PUC for Signal Gate improvements I., ! 'l--�t}]911L1 J: ' $' CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT X KOA CORPORATTON PLANNING & ENGINEERING EDUCATION BS, Civil Engineering, 1984 California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, California REGISTRATIONS Professional Engineer (Civil), CA #41679 Ceazar Aguilar, PE, Page 2 at the south end of the project. 9KOA CORPORATION 4, PLANNING & ENGINEERING Cathedral Canyon Drive New Bridge Replacement Project - HBP, Cathedral City, CA Mr. Aguilar managed the preparation of the Floodplain, Sediment Transport and Design Scour Report for the Whitewater River at Cathedral Canyon Drive in Cathedral City. Mr. Aguilar and his project team performed SPF and 100 -year floodplain mapping (using HEC -RAS) for a 20,000 -foot reach of the Whitewater River based on the existing and proposed conditions. The team also performed scour analysis consisting of local (pier) scour, general scour, abutment scour and contraction scour. The report was processed for approval through the Riverside County Flood Control District (RCFC&WCD), Coachella Valley Water District (CVWD), Cathedral City, and Caltrans: Chuckwalla Valley Road Bridge Replacement over Abrigo Ditch and Vado Ditch, Projects, Riverside County, CA Mr. Aguilar is currently serving as drainage manager for an HBP sponsored Chuckwalla Valley Road bridge replacement project of two (2) existing timber bridges in Riverside County near Blythe, California. Mr. Aguilar and his team are providing drainage design services. The project requires coordination with Riverside County and Caltrans. Avenue 44 Low -Water Crossing Replacement Project with a New Bridge at Coachella Storm Water Channel, City of Indio, CA Mr. Aguilar prepared preliminary hydraulics model and channel design for the reach of the Coachella Storm Water Channel in the vicinity of Avenue 44 low-water crossing in the City of Indio. The floodplain study was prepared based on the existing and proposed conditions. The HEC -RAS model was ran using the 100 -year and SPF flows. Additionally, ACI prepared the preliminary design for the proposed roadway. Mount Vernon Avenue Bridge Replacement and Roadway Widening Project - HBP, City of Colton, CA Mr. Aguilar is currently serving as task leader -in -charge of the roadway hydrology and drainage design in support of the Mount Vernon Avenue Bridge Replacement and Roadway Widening project in the city of Colton. His team prepared the roadway hydrology and drainage report based upon the existing and proposed roadway conditions. La Cadena Drive New Bridge Replacement Project - HBP, City of Colton, San Bernardino County, CA Mr. Aguilar is currently managing the drainage design element of this HBP sponsored new Bridge project for La Cadena Drive over the Santa Ana River in the city of Colton, San Bernardino County. His team prepared the Floodplain, Sediment Transport and Scour Study for the Santa Ana River. He assisted in the preparation of the roadway hydrology and hydraulics study report. South Upland Storm Drain (SVSI) Project, City of Upland, CA Mr. Aguilar designed and managed approximately 24,000 feet of underground storm drain ranging in size from 144 -inch RCP to 18 -inch RCP and 10'W X 8'H RCB. Specifications and estimates were prepared based upon SBCFCD's format. Responsibilities included coordination through Caltrans, Southern California Railroad Authority (SCRRA), BNSF, SBCFCD, City of Upland and numerous utility companies. The total construction cost of the project was estimated at approximately $18 M. CITY Of BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT APPENDIX ANDREW NEUHAUS, PG, CEG GEOTECHNICAL SCST, (nc. Andrew has 14 years of experience as an engineering geologist and is well versed in the planning and coordination of geotechnical investigations and implementation of project work plans, safety plans, and permit acquisition. He produces soil exploration logs in accordance with USCS standards utilizing his deep comprehension of subsurface soil conditions. During construction, Andrew advises on grading cleanouts, keyway construction, slope reinforcement, backfill operations; and deep foundation operations. He is skilled in geologic records research for site investigations and reconnaissance, and compiles complex geologic data sets for presentation. Andrew's duties include aiding with project management duties,, review of construction plans and specifications, attending jobsite meetings, preparation of engineering reports and proposals, and reviewing and reporting test results. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Quarry Road°Bridge over Spring Valley Creek, (Federal Aid Project No. BRLO-NBIL(520)), Spring Valley, CA Geotechnical investigation, including preliminary foundation report and preliminary geotechnical design report for a proposed bridge that will be a continuous box girder structures supported on two abutments and two bents. Subsurface investigation was performed by drilling test borings, which were logged and sampled. The samples were tested to evaluate pertinent classification and engineering properties. A preliminary foundation and preliminary geotechnical design report were produced with our conclusions and geotechnical recommendations. Avenue 44 Bridge over the Coachella Valley Storm Water Channel (Federal Aid Project No. BRLKS-5275(024)), Indio, CA Design and construction of a bridge spanning the Coachella Valley Storm Water Channel to replace the existing low water crossing. The new bridge will arch over the channel, will have an overall length of about 500 feet, and will carry four lanes of traffic and pedestrian walkways along both sides. New roadway approaches will be constructed to connect both ends of the bridge to the existing roadway. SCST prepared preliminary geotechnical design and foundation reports by reviewing available pertinent information to provide preliminary recommendations. SCST then prepared a geotechnical design report and foundation report. Services included review of existing data, field exploration consisting of drilling and logging of borings, laboratory testing of samples taken from the borings, engineering analysis to develop recommendations, and preparation of the geotechnical design and foundation reports. CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT KOA CORPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING EDUCATION BS, Geology, California Lutheran University REGISTRATIONS State of California Professional Geologist #8398 State of California Certified Engineering Geologist #2591 PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Society of Civil Engineers Andrew Nuehaus, PG, CEG, Page 2 KOA CORPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING North First Avenue Bridge over the Mojave River (Federal Aid Project No. BRLS 5298(031)), Barstow, CA Proposed replacement of the existing bridge and overflow bridge. The new bridge is proposed to provide two 12 -foot lanes of traffic, two 8 -foot wide shoulders, and an 8 -foot wide sidewalk. The new 500 -foot long overflow bridge will also provide two 12 -foot wide lanes, two 8 -foot wide shoulders, and an 8 -foot wide sidewalk. Both structures are anticipated to be cast -in-place prestressed box girder bridges supported on concrete columns and abutments founded on either driven piles or large diameter cast -in -drilled -hole (CIDH) piles. SCST reviewed the available geologic and seismic information, collected samples of near -surface soils, and performed laboratory testing on the samples to determine grain size distribution for scour analysis. A Preliminary Geotechnical Design Report with preliminary geotechnical design parameters for the bridge design and a Preliminary Foundation Report were then prepared. SCST also prepared a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, and Aerially Deposited Lead Survey. r i E MERV—M11-1 ,3 0i.it)) V"Ifl . 11T1< f3i;��YJ , -t" 7_7 --'F �.`i_• CITY OF BEAUMONTs PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT APPENDIX THOMAS B. CANADY, PE GEOTECHNICAL SCST, Inc. Tom is a registered professional engineer with over 26 years of experience: He has extensive experience in oversight of geotechnical engineering,.as well as testing and inspection services. Tom has provided subsurface investigations and geotechnical consulting, including design recommendations regarding the geotechnical aspects of deep and shallow foundations, hillside grading, slope stability and landslide mitigation, stability of deep excavations and shoring, and mitigation of potentially liquefiable sites during seismic events. Tom's duties include project management, review of construction plans and specifications, attending jobsite meetings, preparation of engineering reports and proposals, selection and supervision of laboratory tests, overseeing implementation of Quality Assurance programs, preparing and monitoring service estimates, and reviewing and reporting test results. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE North First Avenue Overhead Replacement, Barstow, CA $42.7 million proposed project, consisting of the design and construction of a 7 -span bridge to replace the existing 29 -span bridge over the Burlington Northern and Santa Fe (BNSF) Railway's North Yard. SCST reviewed available geologic and seismic information, and provided a draft geotechnical report with preliminary geotechnical recommendations to assist in the design of the bridge and a preliminary foundation report with geotechnical, seismic and foundation recommendations for the planned bridge. Avenue 44 Bridge over the Coachella Valley Storm Water Channel (Federal Aid Project No. BRLKS-5275(024)), Indio, CA Design and construction of a bridge spanning the Coachella Valley Storm Water Channel to replace the existing low water crossing. The new bridge will arch over the channel, will have an overall length of about 500 feet; and will carry four lanes of traffic and pedestrian walkways along both sides. New roadway approaches will be constructed to connect both ends of the bridge to the existing roadway. SCST prepared preliminary geotechnical design and foundation reports by reviewing available pertinent information to provide preliminary recommendations. SCST then prepared a geotechnical design report and foundation report. Services included review of existing data, field exploration consisting of drilling and logging of borings, laboratory testing of samples taken from the borings, engineering analysis to develop recommendations, and preparation of the geotechnical design and foundation reports. CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT KOA CORPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING EDUCATION BS, Civil Engineering, Brigham Young University REGISTRATIONS State of California Professional Engineer #50057 State of Arizona Civil Engineer #60560 State of Nevada Civil Engineer #023310 PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Society of. Civil Engineers Thomas B. Canady, PE, Page 2 KOA CORPORATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING North First Avenue Bridge over the Mojave River (Federal Aid Project No. BRLS 5298(031)), Barstow, CA Proposed replacement of the existing bridge and overflow bridge. The new bridge is proposed to provide two 12 -foot lanes of traffic, two 8 -foot wide shoulders, and an 8 -foot wide sidewalk. The new 500 -foot long overflow bridge will also provide two 12 -foot wide lanes, two 8 -foot wide shoulders, and an 8 -foot wide sidewalk. Both structures are anticipated to be cast -in-place prestressed box girder bridges supported on concrete columns and abutments founded on either driven piles or large diameter cast -in -drilled -hole (CIDH) piles. SCST reviewed the available geologic and seismic information, collected samples of near -surface soils, and performed laboratory testing on the samples to determine grain size distribution for scour analysis. A Preliminary Geotechnical Design Report with preliminary geotechnical design parameters for the bridge design and a Preliminary Foundation Report were then prepared. SCST also prepared a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, and Aerially Deposited Lead Survey. Quarry Road Bridge over Spring Valley Creek, (Federal Aid Project No. BRLO-NBIL(520)), Spring Valley, CA. Geotechnical investigation, including preliminary foundation report and preliminary geotechnical design report for a proposed bridge that will be a continuous box girder structures supported on two abutments and two bents. Subsurface investigation was performed by drilling test borings, which were logged and sampled. The samples were tested to evaluate pertinent classification and engineering properties. A preliminary foundation and preliminary geotechnical design report were produced with our conclusions and geotechnical recommendations. CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT APPENDIX CONG PHUT, CID, CLIA LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Lynn Capouya, Inc. Cong has 18 years of experience in landscape irrigation design and water management for wide range of project types ranging from master planned communities, recreational facilities, streetscapes, parks, resorts, retail and retrofit designs. Cong is fluent in sustainability issues and practices. He is able to work effectively on project sites to minimize and reduce water use. This translates to lower operation costs for clients. Cong is well versed in appropriate product selection to achieve the best value for each project. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE State Route 74 Medians, Hemet, CA As part of a Caltrans District 8 On -Call Task Order, Cong designed the point source drip irrigation system to provide minimum required water for plant sustainability. New water meters from a current potable source were required, however, provisions were made for future conversion to reclaimed water. The medians extended for approximately seven miles from Acacia Avenue to the Ramona Expressway. 1-405/Sepulveda.Pass Widening, Los Angeles, CA Cong was the irrigation designer for this 10 -mile corridor -widening project along 1-405 in West Los Angeles. Since there was such significant right-of-way encroachment, much of the existing system was demolished. He worked with Caltrans guidelines and standards to insure that new system designs met all criteria. Due to intensive slope conditions and limited water access, this master irrigation system was delivered in multiple segments. Further, the widening affected the 10 miles of parallel street corridor along Sepulveda Boulevard. This impact'required coordination with existing tree ordinances along with mitigation and re -landscape of impacted city right-of-way to restore, replace and enhance the residential communities along the corridor. -10/Citrus Avenue and Cherry Avenue Interchanges, Fontana, CA Cong designed the new irrigation systems for these two interchanges. As Caltrans District 8 transitions to more drought tolerant plant species and plans for reduced maintenance, he worked with Caltrans to coordinate existing and proposed components. Construction .Administration services were provided during the project. ROfE'3SSIONaL hRING fRVll fli �f T111 I i VfNll EPAR`AiaO CITY OF BEAUMONT,I' DEPARTMENT KOA CORPORATION .t..."�� PLANNING & ENGINEERING EDUCATION BS, Landscape Irrigation Science, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 1998 REGISTRATIONS Certified Irrigation Designer Certified Landscape Irrigation Auditor APPENDIX KEVIN YAMACHIKA LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Lynn Capouyo, inc. As a Project Manager/Landscape Designer at LCI, Kevin is responsible for both project design and management and interacts regularly with the design team leadership to facilitate communications, client service, consultant coordination, and drawing/design package preparation. With extensive experience in developing sustainable design solutions for a variety of project types, he has become proficient in drought tolerant plant species, plant palette compatibility, and best management practices. He understands current water conservation techniques and works with the LCI irrigation design manager to insure the lowest possible water use and maintenance requirements are realized for the life cycle of the project. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Puente Avenue Grade Separation, City of Industry, CA Project Manager responsible for completing the landscape feasibility analysis of various alternatives to the grade separation of the existing roadway and railroad crossing. Developed the plant palette and preliminary concept with budgets and a basis for landscape design approach. In Phase 2, prepared PS&E packages and coordinated all design components with the engineering team. In Phase 3, prepared irrigation plans to restore impacted irrigation to private facilities and provided construction support services. Montebello Corridor Grade Separation, Montebello, CA Kevin is the Project Manager completing design and PS&E for the landscape feasibility analysis of various alternatives to the grade separation of the existing roadway and railroad crossing. Irrigation improvements at Montebello Boulevard and Maple Avenue consistent with AB 1881 water conservation regulations will be included to maximize water efficiency and reduce maintenance for the grade separation location and improvements at Greenwood and Vail avenues. 1-40S/Sepulveda Pass Widening, Los Angeles, CA Kevin, acting as Assistant Project Manager, assisted in the preparation of PS&E modifications to planting and irrigation plans in support of. the project team. The project, encompassing over 10 miles of major highway, involved the addition of a High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) commuter lane to the existing highway corridor. The widening occurred in the existing right-of-way and required the replacement of three major bridge overcrossing structures, the widening of 13 undercrossing structures, the installation of more than 80 retaining wall and sound wall structures, and other capacity enhancements and highway safety features. FROEfSSIONAtNGINfERiN fRYIW LIfORNI VE it GRA E EPARATIOIi CITY OF BEAUMONT, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT ter'^ KOA CORPORATION C,_i PLANNING & ENGINEERING EDUCATION BS, Landscape Architecture, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 1998 AUGUST 10, 2017 ADDENDUM # 1 RFP FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FOR CALIFORNIA AVE GRADE SEPARATION • New deadline for proposal submittal: 2:00 p.m. Monday, August 28, 2017 Questions and Answers 1) The RFP notes that City intends to award a contract for Phase I & 2 only. Should scope and fee proposals be provided for Phases 1 & 2 only, or should Phases 3 & 4 also be included? a. All four phases must be provided in the proposal 2) Please clarify the requirement in Section 7.1-1 noting: "In addition, the Financial Adviser shall provide a statement of the most relevant previous financings." a. Line item is not applicable 3) Will the selected consultant support the City with any Public Outreach meetings? If so, how many meetings should be assumed? a. 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