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PW Master Services Agreement; Task Order No. 55 Bungalow and Woodland ResurfacingCity of San Rafael MASTER CONSULTANT SERVICES AGREEMENT DATED JUNE 7, 2021 WITH GHIRARDELLI ASSOCIATES, INC. TASK ORDER NO. 55 Bungalow and Woodland Resurfacing (City Project No. 11397) Contract Amount: $ $62,329.92 THIS TASK ORDER is entered into on o 02!?/between the City of San Rafael, a municipal corporation ("City"), and Ghir rdelli Associates, Inc. ("Consultant"). RECITALS A. The City and Consultant have entered into a Master Consultant Services Agreement ("Agreement") dated June 7, 2021 under which Consultant has agreed to perform certain professional consulting services for the City; and B. Pursuant to the terms of the Agreement, the City wishes Consultant to perform certain tasks as set forth in this Task Order, which constitute the Project; NOW, THEREFORE, City and Consultant agree as follows: AGREEMENT 1. Scope of services. Consultant shall provide any and all of the services set forth in Exhibit A of this Task Order, dated August 13, 2021, as directed by the City. Charlie Krueger shall be the Project Manager for Consultant for this Task Order. Additional professional services may be performed by other Consultant staff with prior notice and approval by City. a. City's duties. The City will: (1) Determine the scope of services, as set forth in Exhibit A. (2) Make available the project plans and specifications and other City data related to the project, including full information as to the City's requirements. 61, (3) Designate JC Agcaoili as the person at the City responsible for monitoring performance under this Task Order. b.Consultant duties. The Consultant will: (1) Provide and perform tasks identified in Exhibit A, Scope of Services. (2) Provide miscellaneous consulting and other services related to the Project and not stipulated elsewhere in this Task Order, when requested by the City in writing. A Task Order Amendment is required if these additional services cannot be perfonned within the Task Order budget. Rev May 2021 City of San Rafael ALlaster Consultant Services Agreement Task Order Date of completion; Work hours estimate: Cost estimate and budget: Fee schedule. With regard to each project given to Consultant that is subject to this Task Order, the time of completion, work hours estimate, cost estimate and budget and fee schedule are set forth in Exhibit A to this Task Order. Authorization to proceed. The City will give Consultant authorization to proceed with the work specified in this Task Order only after Consultant submits updated insurance certificates and endorsements, in accordance with Section 10 of the Agreement. Master Agreement terms; Conflicts. Except as expressly otherwise provided herein, all terms of the Agreement shall apply to Consultant in the performance of work pursuant to this Task Order. If there is a conflict between this Task Order and the Agreement, this Task Order shall control. Amendment of Task Order, Conflicts. Except as provided in Section 1(b)(2) above, this Task Order may not be modified except by an Amended Task Order executed and approved in the same manner as the Task Order. Signatures. The parties have executed this Task Order, as of the date first written above. CITY OF SAN RAFAEL By: - S im chutz, Ci Ma ager Contents approved: ABy: ---t Bill cerin, Public Works Director Reviewed By By: __ �Q -k lag Robert _ Robert F. Epstein+CiAttcrney 2 Rev. May 2021 CONSULTANT By: Name: Randall Bruner Title: President 1 CEO (if Consultant is a corporation, add signature of second corporate officer) By: Raewyn Butcher (Sep 8,202114:35 PDT) Name: Raewyn Butcher City of San Rafael it/aster Consultant Services Agreement Task Order Title: Executive Vice President Exhibits: A Scope of work dated August 13, 2021, time of completion, work hours estimate, cost estimate and budget, and fee schedule (Consultant's current hourly rate) 3 Rev. May 2021 Exhibit A � Ghirardelli A 5 5 0 C I A T E S File No. 21064.P02 August 13, 2021 John "JC" Agcaoili Junior Engineer City of San Rafael Public Works Department 111 Morphew Street San Rafael, CA 94901 Via Email: john.agcaoiii@cityofsanrafael.org RE: Cost Proposal, Bungalow and Woodland Resurfacing Project, City Project No. 11397 Dear Mr. Agcaoili, Ghirardelli Associates, Inc. (Ghirardelli) is pleased to submit this proposal to serve the City of San Rafael (City) on the Bungalow and Woodland Resurfacing project. The Ghirardelli team has proven construction management experience; intimate knowledge of the San Rafael community, work environment, and site conditions; and qualified personnel to deliver this project. Ghirardelli is a proven Bay Area leader in effectively/successfully delivering local agency projects. Our proposed team will be led by Project Manager Charlie Krueger, PE, QSD. Mr. Krueger is personally committed to support the City in the successful delivery of this project. Chris Morris will be our Lead Construction Inspector and Mike Peters will be our alternate inspector available on an as -needed basis. These individuals will ensure that the City and residents are informed of ongoing operations and will respond to concerns in a timely manner. Additionally, Ghirardelli will work collaboratively with the City's materials testing consultant if needed. Our team has a proven partnership that will bring added value to the effective and successful construction and completion of the City's Bungalow and Woodland Resurfacing project. The Ghirardelli team has the leadership, available resources, proven record, and strong commitment to undertake construction inspection services for the Bungalow and Woodland Resurfacing project. The following proposal outlines how the Ghirardelli team will assist the City during construction and deliver on our commitment to meet the City's project delivery goals and objectives. As a principal of the firm, I have the authority to bind the firm/team. Our Project Manager, Charlie Krueger, PE, QSD, can be contacted directly during the evaluation via email at charlie@ghirardelliassoc.com or via cell at 510.867.4452. Sincerely, Ghirardelli Associates, Inc. 4wy rt.,-�^�n Lelo-Butcher Executive Vice President M 1510.708.7442 E I raewyn@ghirardelliassoc.com 125 Park Place, Ste. 122, Richmond, CA 94801 www.ghirardelliassoc.com Ghirardelli A 5 5 D C I A T E 5 PROPOSED TEAM AND EXPERIENCE Ghirardelli has assembled a highly qualified team of local professionals to provide construction inspection services for the City's Bungalow and Woodland Resurfacing Project. Below are brief bios for our proposed inspectors. Full resumes of these individuals are provided at the end of this proposal. Chris Morris — Lead Construction Inspector Mr. Morris has more than 30 years of extensive construction industry experience including management, administration, and inspection of projects funded by state and federal regulatory agencies and includes experience working as a project manager for a general contractor. He is personable, has a professional manner, and is excellent in negotiating issues with the contractor, coordinating public relations, plan specification interpretation and implementation, problem solving, and detailed contract documentation. Mr. Morris' project experience includes: • County of Marin, Civic Center Drive Improvement • Contra Costa County, County -wide Arterial Micro -Surfacing Project • County of Sonoma, Boyes Boulevard Bridge Replacement • Caltrans District 4, US -101 Rehabilitation (Todd Road to Route 12) in Santa Rosa • Caltrans District 4, US -101 Rehabilitation (South Petaluma to Wilfred Avenue) in Petaluma • Caltrans District 4, Highway 121 Realignment at Napa Road in Napa Mike Peters, Q$D, CPESC — Construction Inspector (Alternate) Mr. Peters has over 30 years of experience in engineering and construction management of various Public Works, State, Federal and Private projects. He has worked as an inspector on numerous projects and has experience with HMA and PCC paving, grading, underground utilities, drainage, soldier pile walls, CIDH and CISS piles and piledriving. Mr. Peters has been a Certified Quality Control Manager for USACE and served as Quality Assurance Officer, acting as a liaison between the Corps and the contractor on the Sonoma -Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) in Petaluma. He is a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC) and Qualified Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Developer (QSD) and a published author of "Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Risk Management for the Construction Industry." Mr. Peters has excellent communication skills, which he uses in coordinating projects with designers, contractors, and public agencies such as Caltrans, Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Fish and Wildlife, Homeland Security, San Francisco Airport, Homeland Security, Caltrans, and State and Federal EPA and Departments of Environmental Quality. Mr. Peters is an accomplished professional with proven success as a construction superintendent and project manager, and as an OSHA competent person. For over 30 years, Mr. Peters has effectively managed all levels of construction including pile driving, bridge building, CIDH and CISS pile installation, grading, paving, underground, utility, drainage, utility boring and jacking, and multiple whaler soldier pile timber lagging retaining walls with grouted and gunite tiebacks. Mr. Peters' project experience includes: • City of Oakland, Oakland Hills Streets Rehabilitation • City of Oakland, Thornhill Drive Sidewalk Improvement, Paving, and Striping • Caltrans District 4, Yerba Buena Island West Bound Interstate 80 Off Ramps • Caltrans District 4, Interstate 80 Median Removal and Installation of Westbound and Eastbound HOV Lanes Cost Proposal, Bungalow and Woodland Resurfacing Project, City Project No. 1 1397 www.gliirardellicissoc.com Ghirardelli A S S O C I A T E S PROJECT UNDERSTANDING The City is seeking an experienced construction management firm to provide construction inspection services for the Bungalow and Woodland Resurfacing Project (City Project No. 11397). Roadway resurfacing activities will take place along Woodland Avenue from Bayview Street to Lindaro Street and on Bungalow Avenue from Woodland Avenue to just south of La Loma Court. The project also includes: • Concrete road rehabilitation at locations marked in the field by the City Engineer. • Removal and replacement of curb and gutter, sidewalk and pedestrian curb ramps. • Type 'A' catch basin and 12" storm drain installation. • Striping and pavement marking. Ghirardelli understands the project was designed by BKF Engineers with a tentative construction start in late September or early October 2021. The City has anticipated a total of 40 working days to complete this project. SCOPE OF WORK Ghirardelli is proud to bring its experience with similar repair projects to the City. Our approach for this type of project is built around the qualifications and experience of our staff and lessons learned from previous projects. Ghirardelli realizes that the success of any construction project depends on the ability of the construction management team to proactively identify and anticipate problems before they become major issues and to resolve issues promptly before they impact the project budget and schedule. For example, coordination with the owner of the utility pole at Woodland Avenue/Octavia Street must be a first order of work in order to avoid delays to the work at this location. Ghirardelli will provide full time construction inspection services on the project, including, but not limited to the following: • Provide input on submittals and RFIs in coordination with the City's Project Manager. • Monitor the Contractor's progress and notify the City's Project Manager of any schedule slippage. • Inspection of traffic control measures to verify compliance with approved traffic control plans. • Ensure on-going project safety and safe paths of travel for pedestrians, vehicles, local businesses, and patrons. • Coordinate with utility agencies as needed. • Coordinate project issues with the City Project Manager and third parties as needed. • Inspect and observe the Contractor's work daily for compliance with the contract documents, environmental documents, state laws, regulations, etc. • Provide the Contractor with acceptability or deficiencies in work and required actions for contract compliance. • Maintain daily inspection reports of work, including photos, descriptions of daily activities, any corrective actions to be taken by Construction Contractor, persons and equipment onsite, and work to be completed the following day(s). • Review materials and equipment delivered to site for compliance with submittals and contract documents. • Coordinate material testing and specialty inspections as required. • Review the Contractor's compliance with all permits, stormwater regulations and permits (SWPPP), and environmental documents. • Review the Contractor's compliance with health and safety standards and regulations and reporting of non- compliance. • Monitor record documents to ensure proper maintenance and completion by the Contractor. • Develop punch list and perform other project closeout activities, as needed. Daily Inspection Reports Mr. Morris, Lead Construction Inspector, will prepare a daily report for each construction day. The inspector's daily reports (including the reports from material testers) will be provided to the City's Project Manager. This information Cost Proposal, Bungalow and Woodland Resurfacing Project, City Project No. 11397 www.gliirardellicissoc.com Ghirardelli A S 5 0 C I A T E 5 will be used for the preparation and evaluation of the monthly progress estimates, non-compliance issues, construction delays, compliance tests, CPM schedule review, liquidated damages, and claims. The daily reports will be reviewed for the following factual information: • Date, project identification, contractor's name, subcontractor's name(s), and time of inspections. • Conditions (weather, moisture, soil, etc.); any inclement weather conditions that hampered or delayed the contractor's operations. • Activities detail. Scheduled activities including starting and completion dates. Bid item numbers of all activities will be listed in the daily report. • Difficulties encountered by the contractor. • Construction issues (disputes, questions in the field, etc.). • Deficiencies and violations (including construction work, safety, labor, etc.). • Major material and equipment deliveries to the site (type, quantity, means of delivery, and condition of materials). • Record of manpower, construction equipment, and materials testing locations and results. Materials Testing (Field and Lab) Mr. Morris, Lead Construction Inspector, will coordinate all materials testing with the City's materials testing firm. All materials testing (field and laboratory) will be performed at the frequency established by the contract documents including any applicable Quality Assurance Plan (QAP) and the Caltrans Construction Manual. Mr. Morris will review the test reports for compliance and maintain the required documentation, including a non-conformance log to assure that all failed tests are retested until meeting compliance. FEE PROPOSAL Below is the estimated fee to provide Construction Inspection Services for the Bungalow and Woodland Resurfacing Project based on our review and understanding of the plans along with our correspondance with the City. Ghirardelli estimates that our fee will be $62,329.92. The fee is based on full time inspection hours for 40 days for our Lead Inspector, Chris Morris. Hourly Rates First Shift PW BILL RATE Second Shift NAME ST OT DT ST OT DT Chris Morris (Lead Inspector) $187.74 $281.62 $375.50 $187.74 $281.62 $375.50 Mike Peters (Alternate Inspector) I $195.00 $244.60 $266.41 $195.00 $244.60 $296.74 Fee Breakdown Lead Inspector (Chris Morris) 304 hours x $187.74/hour = $57,072.96 Lead Inspector (Chris Morris —Saturday) 8 hours x $281.62/hour = $ 2,252,96 Lead Inspector (Chris Morris—Sunday) 8 hours x $375.50/hour = 3,004.00 Total Fee Estimate $62,329.92 Fee Assumptions 1. Lead Inspector hours based on: a. 38 working days (304 hours — Full Time) of work conducted during the First Shift at the Standard Rate. b. 1 working day (8 hours — Full Time - Saturday) of work conducted during the First Shift at the Overtime Rate. c. 1 working day (8 hours — Full time - Sunday) of work conducted during the First Shift at the Double Overtime Rate. Cost Proposal, Bungalow and Woodland Resurfacing Project, City Project No. 11397 www.giiirardellicissoc.coni Ghirardelli Chris Morris A 5 5 0 C I A T E 5 Construction Inspector (Lead) EXPERIENCE 36 Years TENURE W/GA 15 Years Mr. Morris has 30+ years of extensive construction industry experience including management, administration, and inspection of Caltrans projects funded by state EDUCATION and federal regulatory agencies and includes experience working as a project B.S., Engineering Technology, Cogswell College, San Francisco, manager for a general contractor. Mr. Morris is personable, has a professional CA manner, and is excellent in negotiating issues with the contractor, coordinating public relations, plan specification interpretation and implementation, problem CERTIFICATIONS solving, and detailed contract documentation. • California Test Methods: 526, Project Experience 533, 539, 540, 541 Civic Center Drive Improvement Project County of Marin; San Rafael, CA Assistant Resident Engineer/Construction Inspector I This project connected the SMART Train Civic Center passenger station stop to the Marin County Civic Center campus. The project created a new multi -use pathway along Civic Center Drive and a traffic roundabout. Project elements included a new traffic signal equipment, pathway and street lighting equipment, PG&E utility realignments, fiber-optic utility installation, underground drainage improvements, ADA accessibility upgrades, bio-swale construction, architecturally designed flatwork finishes, traffic delineation, signage, and new landscaping improvements. This project also involved the coordination of the construction activities within the SMART Train rail agency right-of-way and Marin County Cultural Services agency activities. The implementation of regulatory agency permit conditions associated with working along the tidal Las Gallinas Creek and the clapper rail endangered species. Mr. Morris assisted the resident engineer to administer the construction contract and to document all field work generated by the contractor, coordinated outside testing and inspection services, provided field QA inspection, tracked extra work, documented the progress of work for contract compliance, and provided contract administrative support. Central Marin Ferry Connection Project County of Marin; Larkspur, CA Assistant Resident Engineer/Construction Inspector I This project extended the Cal Park Hill Multi -Use Pathway southward with a new steel bridge structure crossing over Sir Francis Drake Boulevard (SFDB); an access ramp leading down to the existing ground -level east -west pathway adjacent to SFDB; a southern connection from the future SMART station; and pedestrian/bicycle improvements to the existing multi -use pathway on the south side of SFDB, from the Highway 101 off -ramp up to the Ferry Terminal property. The project also created a new sidewalk on the north side of SFDB, connecting the path with the sidewalk along Larkspur Landing Circle. Project elements included a steel, prefabricated pedestrian/bicycle bridge with drilled piers and poured in place concrete deck, grading, retaining walls, paving, lighting, landscaping, sidewalk, signage, and implementation of regulatory agency conditions and other items all including working in a salt marsh environment adjacent to the Corte Madera Creek with the following endangered species: the clapper rail and the salt marsh harvest mouse. County -wide Arterial Micro -Surfacing Project Contra Costa County, Department of Public Works; Contra Costa County, CA Assistant Resident Engineer I Site work included 21 miles of roadway and entailed performing pavement base failure repairs, the removal of the existing pavement delineation, and the application of micro -surfacing throughout Contra Costa County, on major arterial roadways. Extensive traffic control and the placement of new thermoplastic pavement delineation was also involved. Mr. Morris assisted the resident engineer administer the construction contract and document all field work generated by the contractor, provided field inspection, coordinated County representatives to approve the layout of pavement delineation, scheduled of County inspection forces to provided QA inspection, and maintained daily records of work progress and materials incorporated into the work. Additionally, he tracked daily Ghirardelli Page 1 A S S O C I A T E S CHRIS MORRIS CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR (LEAD) quantities of work produced, assembled monthly progress payment reports to the resident engineer, and maintained public convenience to the residences and businesses adjacent to the work as work progressed for the civil and structures work, resolved technical issues and interpreted specifications. He also assisted with public relations with the adjacent businesses and homeowners' association. Boyes Boulevard Bridge Replacement Sonoma County Public Works; Sonoma, CA Construction Inspector I The new bridge will be a single span precast girder bridge, built to current standards including accommodating a 100 -year storm event. The bridge is located in a busy suburban corridor so construction will progress over two seasons. In 2018, a temporary pedestrian bridge was constructed, and various utilities were temporarily relocated to this structure. In 2019, removal and replacement of the old bridge was completed including the permanent relocation of utilities to the new structure. The Ghirardelli Team is maintaining construction diaries that include documentation of the work progress, materials tested, and any other pertinent information in a dailydiaryfor permanent record of events. Photographs of project progress are regularly taken and kept for permanent records to support disputes and verify quality for acceptance. Mr. Morris is maintaining construction diaries that include documentation of the work progress, materials tested, and any other pertinent information in a daily diary for permanent record of events. Photographs of project progress are regularly taken and kept for permanent records to support disputes and verify quality for acceptance. US -101 Rehabilitation (Todd Road to Route 12) Caltrans District 4; Santa Rosa, CA Assistant Resident Engineer ( This Caltrans, District 4 was a cross -slope rehabilitation and maintenance overlay for both the main -line highway and interchanges, within project limits. Site work removed outdated gutter details, pre -cast concrete (PCC) slab removal and replacement, installed edge drains on the mainline highway, and horizontal directional boring for new traffic counting equipment. Mr. Morris assisted with contract administration, wrote contract change orders, scheduled state inspectors to cover the workload, sampled and inspected materials incorporated into the work, and prepared monthly progress payments and daily diaries. US -101 Rehabilitation (South Petaluma to Wilfred Avenue) Caltrans District 4; Petaluma, CA Assistant Resident Engineer I This Caltrans, District 4 highway rehabilitation, pavement recycling, and maintenance overlay project included cold planning 270,000 SY of existing asphalt surfacing, recycled 232,000 SY of asphalt concrete (AC), placed 53,000 tons of AC, updated metal beam -guard railing and drainage dikes, widened shoulders, bridge decks, and restriped the highway. Mr. Morris assisted with contract administration, wrote contract change orders, scheduled two (2) state inspectors to cover the workload, sampled and inspected materials incorporated into the work, and prepared monthly progress payments and daily diaries. Highway 121 Realignment at Napa Road Caltrans District 4; Napa, CA Assistant Resident Engineer I This project realigned 1.5 miles of SR -121 and included 74,000 CY of roadway excavation, imported 18,000 CY of dirt, placed and fine graded 24,000 CY of aggregate sub -base material, placed 21,000 tons of asphalt concrete (AC), and installed 580 LF of 60" -diameter pre -cast concrete pipe and 450 lineal feet of 48 -inch diameter pre -cast concrete pipe into an existing creek bed to facilitate the roadway widening. Chris assisted with contract administration, wrote contract change orders, wrote claims reports, scheduled two (2) state inspectors to cover the workload, coordinated utility relocation, sampled and inspected the materials incorporated in the work, and prepared monthly progress payments and daily diaries. Ghirardelli Page 1 2 A 5 S 0 C I A T E 5 Ghirardelli A S S O C I A T E S EXPERIENCE 30+ Years TENURE W/GA 3 Years EDUCATION Technical Management, DeVry University California State University, Chico REGISTRATION/CERTIFICATION Qualified SWPPP Developer (QSD), No. 22337 Certified Professional Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC), No. 6762 JPB Safety Training, CPUC SSWP Training BART CERTIFICATIONS BART Badge: #62547 RWP TWIC SSI OSHA 30 -Hour, First Aid Project Experience Mike Peters, QSD, CPESC Construction Inspector (Alternate) Mr. Peters has over 30 years of experience in engineering and construction management of various Public Works, State, Federal and Private projects. He has worked as an inspector on numerous projects and has experience with HMA and PCC paving, grading, underground utilities, drainage, soldier pile walls, CIDH and CISS piles and piledriving. Mr. Peters has been a Certified Quality Control Manager for USACE and served as Quality Assurance Officer, acting as a liaison between the Corps and the contractor on the Sonoma -Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) in Petaluma. He is a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC) and Qualified Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Developer (QSD) and a published author of "Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Risk Management for the Construction Industry." Mr. Peters has excellent communication skills, which he uses in coordinating projects with designers, contractors, and public agencies such as Caltrans, Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Fish and Wildlife, Homeland Security, San Francisco Airport, Homeland Security, Caltrans, and State and Federal EPA and Departments of Environmental Quality. Mr. Peters is an accomplished professional with proven success as a construction superintendent and project manager, and as an OSHA competent person. For over 30 years, Mr. Peters has effectively managed all levels of construction including pile driving, bridge building, CIDH and CISS pile installation, grading, paving, underground, utility, drainage, utility boring and jacking, and multiple whaler soldier pile timber lagging retaining walls with grouted and gunite tiebacks. Oakland Hills Streets Rehabilitation City of Oakland; Oakland, CA Construction Inspector I The project includes street rehabilitations, paving, new sidewalks, ADA ramps, curb ramps and gutters along Coliseum, Thornhill, Foothill, Mitchell, and Telegraph Avenue. Mr. Peters duties include field inspection to ensure conformance with approved contract plans and specifications; daily inspection report preparation including digital documentation; submittal and RFI coordination; coordination of materials testing, special inspection, and construction survey services; coordination with utilities; verifying quantities to confirm the contractor's invoiced quantities are accurate for payment; daily communications with City staff, and resolution with concerns from the residents. Thornhill Drive Sidewalk Improvement, Paving, and Striping City of Oakland; Oakland, CA Construction Inspector I The project includes the construction of high visibility crosswalks, ADA ramps, and concrete curb, gutter, sidewalk on the northwest side of Thornhill Drive from Moraga Avenue to Grisborne Avenue. Also included in the project is an upgrade to the traffic signal at the intersection of Mountain Boulevard and Thornhill Drive and installation of striping and paving on Thornhill Drive from Moraga Avenue to Pinehaven Road. Mr. Peters duties include field inspection to ensure conformance with approved contract plans and specifications; daily inspection report preparation including digital documentation; submittal and RFI coordination; coordination of materials testing, special inspection, and construction survey services; coordination with utilities; verifying quantities to confirm the contractor's invoiced quantities are accurate for payment; daily communications with City staff, and resolution with concerns from the residents. Ghirardelli Page I i A 5 S 0 C I A T E 5 MIKE PETERS, QSD, CPESC CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR (Alternate] Yerba Buena Island (YBI) West Bound 1-80 Off Ramps Treasure Island Development Authority/San Francisco County Transportation Authority/Caltrans District 4; San Francisco, CA Inspector/QSD/CPESC I Mr. Peters was responsible for the oversight of Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) implementation and compliance, monitored and reported all unlawful and allowable stormwater and non- stormwater discharges, and coordinated with the Regional Water Quality Control Board. The project relocated the westbound exit ramp on the north side of 1-80 and reconstructed the westbound entrance ramp on the north side of 1-80 onto Bay Bridge. The project improved traffic safety, geometric design, and traffic operations of the ramps. Mr. Peters provided civil and structural inspection on the detour roadway construction of the Coast Guard ingress and egress. He inspected the pile driving for the five, 30 -feet columns that attached to the east side of YBI and inspected the base rock, paving and striping for the roadway. Additional project elements included utility removal and installation as well as column/bent bridge construction and pile driving. Mr. Peters' duties included writing daily reports; documenting progress with photos and ensuring compliance in accordance with the plans and specifications as well as safety regulations. Interstate 80 Median Removal and Installation of Westbound and Eastbound High Occupancy Vehicle Lanes (Red Hill Road to Vacaville) Caltrans District 4; Fairfield and Vacaville, CA Construction Inspector I Mr. Peters was the structural roadway inspector for the 1-80 widening in Fairfield and Vacaville. The project removed the center median MBGR and foliage and replaced with HMA pavement and PCC Median Barrier. Mr. Peters oversaw roadway excavation between Westbound and Eastbound #1 Lanes for median reconstruction and addition of EB and WB HOV lanes. Repaved entire lanes of 1-80 including the Truck Scales in Fairfield. Installed median barrier signs and electronic sensors for Trucking lanes. Mr. Peters took Caltrans HMA sampling course and took samples of all night HMA paving of approximately 2,000 — 3,000 tons per night of 3/" HMA. He oversaw setup of traffic control, COZEEP, called in/off lane closures to Caltrans Radio Room for 1-80 paving operations. Mr. Peters documented ADL soil mitigation/manifest quantities and had soils tested for proper disposal per the PPM of Lead. He performed all inspection of temporary striping and permanent restriping of all lanes of 1-80 (4-6 lanes each direction from Truck Scales). Ghirardelli Page 1 z A 5 5 0 C I A T E 5 21064.001 Task Order No. 55 - Bungalow and Woodland Resurfacing Final Audit Report 2021-09-09 Created: 2021-09-08 By: Craig Rienbolt (crienbolt@ghirardelliassoc.com) Status: Signed Transaction ID: CBJCHBCAABAAOX80BzP_6CQrhgX60deCe8mIAcNMXuhI "21064.001 Task Order No. 55 - Bungalow and Woodland Resur facing" History Document created by Craig Rienbolt (crienbolt@ghirardelliassoc.com) 2021-09-08 - 9:33:54 PM GMT- IP address: 216.93.239.178 I Document emailed to Raewyn Butcher (raewyn@ghirardelliassoc.com) for signature 2021-09-08 - 9:34:17 PM GMT Email viewed by Raewyn Butcher (raewyn@ghirardelliassoc.com) 2021-09-08 - 9:34:46 PM GMT- IP address: 216.93.239.178 6Q Document e -signed by Raewyn Butcher (raewyn@ghirardelliassoc.com) Signature Date: 2021-09-08 - 9:35:29 PM GMT - Time Source: server- IP address: 216.93.239.178 C'. 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