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AI-12674 2.I.       
Meeting Date: 11/04/2020  
Authorize execution of Amendment No. 4 RFP No. 3027-16 CrowderGulf for debris removal for NC
Submitted For: Michael Robinson Submitted By: Michael Robinson, Purchasing Department
Department: Purchasing Department  

Authorize execution of Amendment No. 4 to the agreement with CrowderGulf, LLC for RFP No. 3027-16 Disaster Debris Removal, Reduction Disposal and other Emergency Services.
Nueces County, Texas (County) seeks to establish one or more contracts for disaster debris removal, reduction, disposal, and other emergency cleanup services following a disaster event. Due to the urgency and level of service required following a disaster event, the County seeks proposals from qualified Proposers. The Proposer should have sufficient experience in the specialized management of disaster response labor and subcontractors for the purpose of debris removal services and the preparation, response, recovery, and mitigation phases of any emergency situation or disaster. Consequently, qualified Proposers must have the capacity and ability to rapidly mobilize and respond to potential large-scale debris volumes typical of a hurricane or tropical storm in addition to localized small-scale volumes typical of a tornado.
The initial term of the contract was for fifteen months beginning upon execution of a contract, with an option to renew for four (4) additional one (1) year terms at the discretion of the County. In the event this contract expires before another contract is awarded, the Contractor shall extend the contract on a month-to-month basis by mutual agreement. If a Disaster Debris removal, reduction, disposal and/or other project is underway during contract period the previous contractor is responsible for completion of said project. Awarded contractor is responsible for any started job through completion. Payment for service(s) will be rendered to Contractor after completion and acceptance of the work specified in each work order for storm debris removal services associated with the disaster recovery process, and after receipt of a proper invoice submitted showing an amount based upon the unit pricing detailed in the agreement. Payment will be made only for work performed. 
If services are requested, County will pay contract and then request FEMA reimbursement.  Form 1295 Certificate #2020-680736 has been filed with the Texas Ethics Commission.  

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RFP No. 3027-16 Amendment No. 4


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