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File #: RS-21-077    Version: 1 Name: Award of Bid-Rehabilitation of Airport Parking Lot
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 4/16/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 6/8/2021 Final action: 6/8/2021
Title: Consider a memorandum/resolution awarding Bid No. 21-23, Rehabilitation of the Parking Lot at Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport, to Viking Construction Inc. in the amount of $276,620.
Sponsors: Aviation Department
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. Bid Tab, 3. Bid Proposal, 4. Contract, 5. FAA General & Special Provisions, 6. Certificate of Interested Parties, 7. Presentation
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Consider a memorandum/resolution awarding Bid No. 21-23, Rehabilitation of the Parking Lot at Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport, to Viking Construction Inc. in the amount of $276,620.

SUMMARY

DATE: June 1, 2021

TO: Kent Cagle, City Manager

FROM: Mike Wilson, Executive Director of Aviation

SUBJECT: Award of Bid No. 21-23 Rehabilitation of the Parking Lot at Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport

BACKGROUND AND FINDINGS:

The Killeen Fort Hood Regional Airport (KFHRA) staff submitted an application to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for reinstatement into the Military Airport Program (MAP) in 2018. The MAP is a program available to civil airport sponsors of joint-use military airfields or former military airports to assist in the transition of a military airfield to joint-use operations. KFHRA had been a recipient of MAP funds for construction of the terminal building, aircraft aprons, parking lot, and fueling facilities. KFHRA was readmitted into the program in 2018 for a five (5) year period and is qualified to receive MAP funds for eligible projects.

Staff applied for a MAP grant for the rehabilitation of the parking lot at KFHRA. Project consists of rehabilitation of pavement surfaces, slurry seal, and restriping of all markings within the Long- and Short-Term parking lots, entrances and exits, and the exit lane leading to payment plaza at the KFHRA.

The City has been offered a MAP grant through the FAA in the amount of $277,210 to fund this project, of which $500 will be allocated for legal advertising and $276,620 will be allocated for the contract itself. The American Rescue Plan Act signed into law on March 11, 2021, increases the federal share to 100 percent for Airport Improvement Program (AIP) grants, including MAP grants, planned for fiscal year 2021. Under normal circumstances, AIP grant recipients contribute a matching percentage of the...

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