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File #: ID 14-0524    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance
File created: 8/29/2014 In control: City Council
On agenda: 9/16/2014 Final action:
Title: Consider adoption of an ordinance accepting competitive proposals and awarding a contract for the supply of Wood Utility Poles for Denton Municipal Electric; providing for the expenditure of funds therefore; and providing an effective date (RFP 5606-awarded to Kisatche Treating, Inc. in the three (3) year not-to-exceed amount of $1,679,247).
Attachments: 1. Exhibit 1-Evaluation and BAFO Sheet, 2. Exhibit 2-Ordinance, 3. Exhibit 3-Contract
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AGENDA INFORMATION SHEET


DEPARTMENT: Materials Management

ACM: Bryan Langley

AGENDA DATE: September 16, 2014

SUBJECT
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Consider adoption of an ordinance accepting competitive proposals and awarding a contract for the supply of Wood Utility Poles for Denton Municipal Electric; providing for the expenditure of funds therefore; and providing an effective date (RFP 5606-awarded to Kisatche Treating, Inc. in the three (3) year not-to-exceed amount of $1,679,247).
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RFP INFORMATION

This RFP is for the annual contract to supply Wood Utility Poles used by Denton Municipal Electric (DME). The items are stocked by the Distribution Center and used as needed. Purchases from the City's Distribution Center are approved by the City Council and do not receive a recommendation from the City's Public Utilities Board even if the goods purchased may be used by the City's utilities.

Requests for Proposals were sent to 34 prospective suppliers of this item. In addition, specifications were placed on the Materials Management website for prospective suppliers to download and advertised in the local newspaper. One (1) proposal was received (Exhibit 1-Evaluation Sheet). A Best and Final Offer (BAFO) was conducted which resulted in a lower cost per pole for Item 28. This item is an option which allows DME to use a qualified pole inspector to hand pick the straightest and strongest poles out of the plant's pole stack for each shipment of poles to be delivered to DME. The proposals were evaluated based upon published criteria including performance, delivery, acceptance of standard terms and conditions, and price. Based upon this evaluation, Kisatche Treating, Inc. meets all requirements and is determined to be the best value for the City.

The City previously released a solicitation in 2010 for wood poles and four (4) firms responded. The City awarded a contract to Colfax Treating in 2010, as the best valued option, which was acquired by Kisatche ...

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