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09/18/2018 06J Landfill Gas Evaluation Agreement with Landau Associates; SupplementITEM TITLE: SUBMITTED BY: 1 BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT Item No. 6.J. For Meeting of: September 18, 2018 Resolution authorizing a supplement to the Professional Services Agreement with Landau Associates, in an amount not to exceed $176,000, to provide technical support for the interim action work plan and landfill gas mitigation for the roadway crossing the former Boise Cascade Mill and closed City Landfill sites Jeff Cutter, City Attorney Joan Davenport, Community Development Director SUMMARY EXPLANATION: This contract covers an amendment to the existing contract for professional environmental services necessary for the City of Yakima to comply with the recently approved Agreed Order (AO) on the Cascade Mill site for the former municipal landfill and the related Interim Action (IA) for street construction. Landau Associates has provided previous environmental services related to site evaluation and characterization. This contract retains the firm to produce the next series of required environmental studies and plans, in cooperation with the Department of Ecology. The cost of this contract will be paid for with a combination of the City of Yakima LIFT funds and insurance interests. ITEM BUDGETED: Yes STRATEGIC PRIORITY: Economic Development APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL: STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Adopt resolution BOARD/COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: ATTACHMENTS: Description resolution Supplemental Agmt to amend Contract with Landau Assoc 0 Upload Date Type 9/11/2018 Coker Memo 9/10/2018 tract 2 A RESOLUTION 3 RESOLUTION NO. R -2018 - authorizing a supplement to the Professional Services Agreement with Landau Associates, in an amount not to exceed $176,000, to provide technical support for the interim action work plan and landfill gas mitigation for the roadway crossing the former Boise Cascade Mill and closed City Landfill sites. WHEREAS, the Yakima City Council has established that redevelopment of the former Boise Cascade mill (now referred to as the Cascade Mill Project site) is an Economic Development priority; and WHEREAS, due to the presence and activities of the former sawmill and landfill operations, the Cascade Mill site property may contain hazardous substances or petroleum products which may require mitigation and remediation in order to redevelop the property into a mixed use retail, office, entertainment and light industrial area; and WHEREAS, the City of Yakima entered into an Agreed Order with the Department of Ecology on July 9, 2018 that requires the City to develop an Interim Action Work Plan, which will detail specific environmental mitigation measures; and WHEREAS, the City of Yakima has an existing contract with Landau Associates for environmental services following the procedures established by the State of Washington to select a professional engineering firm using the Municipal Research and Service Center Professional Services Roster process, and WHEREAS, The City of Yakima desires to supplement the professional services agreement entered into with Landau Associates and executed on June 10, 2016 by Resolution No. 2016-072 and identified as Contract 2016-109. All provisions in the basic contract remain in effect except as expressly modified by this supplement; and WHEREAS, the Scope of Work and Budget included in this supplemental agreement meet the needs and requirements of the City of Yakima for this project, which address landfill mitigation measures as part of the street development within the mill site and finalization of the draft Interim Action Work Plan required by the Agreed Order; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF YAKIMA: The City Manager is hereby authorized to execute a supplement to the Professional Services Agreement with Landau Associates attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference with the amendment not to exceed One Hundred Seventy Six Thousand dollars ($176,000) to provide the Professional Services as described in the Agreement. ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL this 18th day of September, 2018. ATTEST: Kathy Coffey, Mayor Sonya Claar Tee, City Clerk 4 Contract Supplemental Agreement Supplemental Agreement Number: 1 Organization and Address: Landau Associates 130 2nd Avenue Original Contract Number: 2016-109 Execution Date of Supplement: September 18, 2018 City Engineering Project Number: 2337 Completion Date of Supplement: December 31, 2020 Project Title: Cascade Mill Redevelopment — Fair Avenue Extension Project Maximum Amount Payable this Supplement: $176,000 Maximum Total Amount Payable for the Agreement: $356,000 Section 1: Supplemental Agreement The City of Yakima, Washington desires to supplement the contract agreement entered into with Landau Associates and executed on June 10, 2016 by Resolution No. 2016-072 and identified as Contract 2016- 109. All provisions in the basic contract remain in effect except as expressly modified by this supplement. The changes to the agreement are described as follows: Section 2: Scope of Services The additional tasks to be performed as part of this Supplemental Agreement is to have meetings or negotiations with the Department of Ecology regarding the Interim Action Work Plan, if necessary, developing the final plans and specifications to address the Land Fill Gas mitigation, air emissions permitting, Land Fill Gas mitigation system construction support, oversight and documentation, and Interim Action completion report, as described in the attached Exhibit A. Section 5: Compensation Payment for this supplemented work, as shown on Exhibit B is not to exceed $176,000, bringing the total amount of the Agreement to $356,000. If you concur with this supplement and agree to the changes as stated above, please sign the appropriate spaces below and return to this office for final action. By: By: Consultant Signature City Manager Signature Date Exhibit A September 5, 2018 City of Yakima Legal Department 200 South Third Street Yakima, Washington 98901 5 L4 LANDAU ASSOCIATES Attn: Ms. Joan Davenport, Strategic Project Manager; Mr. Jeffrey R. Cutter, City Attorney Re: Request for Scope and Budget Revision (Revision 2) — Roadway Project and Interim Action Landfill Gas Mitigation Design and Technical Support (Change Order #2) Former Boise Cascade Mill Site and Closed City of Yakima Landfill Site Roadway Project Yakima, Washington Facility/Site No. 1927 Dear Ms. Davenport and Mr. Cutter: Landau Associates, Inc. (LAI) is pleased to submit this request to the City of Yakima (City) to modify our current scope of services and associated budget under our existing Contract No. 2016-104 with the City related to the Bravo Company Boulevard and East-West Corridor roadway project (roadway project). The requested modification would be to add additional services and extend the budget related to interim action (IA) technical support, including landfill gas (LFG) mitigation design activities for the roadway project crossing the Boise Cascade Mill and closed City Landfill Sites (collectively referred to as the Site). Based on recent discussions with the City and the roadway project design team, the preliminary LFG mitigation designs (30 percent designs) previously prepared by LAI for the Site need to be revised and taken to the 90 percent design stage in order to be integrated with the 90 percent roadway project designs. Accompanying draft technical specifications will also need to be prepared. By the time the roadway project is ready to go out -to -bid, the designs and project specifications will need to be taken to 100 percent. LAI will assist the City with permit applications related to the LFG mitigation system prior to roadway construction. LAI will also provide certain construction support, oversight, and documentation services related to installation of the LFG mitigation system during roadway construction. Additionally, this proposal includes preparation of an IA work plan and IA completion report as required under the pending Agreed Order (AO) for the portion of the roadway project crossing the closed City Landfill Site. Project Understanding The Site is located on the eastern edge of the City adjacent to Interstate 82. The overall Site includes 20 parcels, comprising 19 parcels owned by LeeLynn, Inc. and Wiley Mt., Inc., and one parcel owned by OfficeMax Corporation (OfficeMax), totaling approximately 207 acres. The parcel currently owned by OfficeMax is approximately 38 acres in size and includes most of the former City municipal solid waste (MSW) Landfill Site and the triangular-shaped parcel (Triangular Parcel) located north and adjacent to the BNSF railroad tracks that run through the middle of the Site. The closed City landfill is located to the south of the railroad tracks at the south end of the Site and is defined by the extent of 130 2nd Avenue South * Edmonds, Washington 98020 * (425) 778-0907 * www.Iandauinc.com 6 Yakima Transportation Corridor— Landfill Gas Mitigation Design Revised Scope of Services (Change Order No. 2) Landau Associates the MSW, including the extent of contamination associated with potential releases from the former landfill. Cleanup of the Site is currently overseen by the Washington State Department of Ecology's (Ecology's) Voluntary Cleanup Program. A recently executed AO specifies future Site remediation requirements. Construction of an LFG control system is anticipated to be a component of the closed City Landfill Site cleanup. The LFG mitigation system discussed herein will be designed to provide LFG ventilation, and to prevent accumulation or uncontrolled migration of LFG related to construction and permanent placement of impervious surfaces related to the transportation corridor and roadway alignment. Because these efforts will only partially achieve cleanup goals, the mitigation will be considered part of an IA for the Site, in accordance with the requirements in Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 173-340-430. Accordingly, an IA work plan and completion report are required by the AO. The planned transportation corridor that will extend across the Site includes Bravo Company Boulevard and the East-West Corridor (see Figure 1). The transportation corridor is being designed by the Lochner and HLA Engineering & Land Surveying, Inc. (HLA) team in consultation with the City and Yakima County (County) and will cross over the landfill portion of the Site where LFG is known to be present at levels requiring mitigation. Based on monitoring results and LFG production modeling, it is expected that LFG will continue to be produced into the foreseeable future. The new construction at the Site must be designed to prevent accumulation of LFG beneath low -permeability surfaces (e.g., pavement) that inhibit natural ventilation and must prevent uncontrolled lateral migration, which could occur through higher permeability fill materials (e.g., gravel backfill in in utility corridors). The scope of additional services presented below was developed based on our knowledge of the Site from previous investigation activities within the former Plywood Plant Parcel, Triangular Parcel, and closed City Landfill Site, including LFG sampling/monitoring within the roadway project corridor. Scope of Additional Services The scope of services and associated cost estimate outlined below addresses the anticipated level of effort to conduct revised air emissions modeling and to prepare 90 and 100 percent LFG mitigation system designs for the Site. The proposed additional services include the following tasks: 1. Complete preparation of the IA Work Plan. A portion of this task is included in our existing scope of work and budget; however, this task is expanded for potential meetings with the City, Ecology, and/or the public (if Ecology includes a public comment/participation period), related to preparation of the work plan. 2. Revise and advance the existing conceptual LFG mitigation system design (30 percent construction designs) to the 90 percent design stage to integrate the designs into the Lochner/HLA roadway project 90 percent designs. This task will include preparation of draft technical specifications for the LFG mitigation system. Revise and advance the 90 percent designs and technical specifications to 100 percent to be out-to-bid/construction-ready. September 5, 2018 2 7 Yakima Transportation Corridor— Landfill Gas Mitigation Design Revised Scope of Services (Change Order No. 2) Landau Associates 3. Prepare permit application materials on behalf of the City related to the emissions of hazardous or toxic air pollutants for Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency (YRCAA) New Source air permitting requirements, if necessary. 4. Provide certain construction support, oversight, and documentation services related to installation of the LFG mitigation system during roadway construction; including responding to contractor requests for information (RFI), documentation of installation, and preparation of as -built drawings. 5. Prepare an IA Completion Report after completion of roadway construction activities. 6. Project management including meetings with the City and/or design team, communications, and typical project management administration duties. A more detailed description of the tasks included in this additional scope of services is provided below. Task 1 — Interim Action Work Plan Ecology/Public Participation Preparation of draft, agency review, and final versions of an IA Work Plan related to the Site roadway project is already included in LAI's approved scope and budget. This task expands this scope and budget to include meetings or negotiations with Ecology and/or preparation and support for a public comment/participation period if Ecology should decide to include this as an element of review and final approval of the work plan. Assumptions This task includes: • One Ecology meeting and/or public meeting in Yakima (including preparation of supporting materials, such as site maps/posters and travel time) to be attended by the LAI project manager. • Up to two conference calls that will be attended by one LAI project team member. • Other minor supporting activities related to the work plan, such as miscellaneous information requests from Ecology. Task 2 — LFG Mitigation System Designs and Specifications LAI will revise the previously developed conceptual designs for the LFG mitigation system to account for the current roadway designs found in Lochner/HLA's 90 percent design package1 and the anticipated means and methods that will likely be employed for construction of the roadway. LAI will then prepare 90 percent designs and draft technical specifications for the LFG mitigation system for review by the City and/or the design team. Preparation of this design package will include working with the design team to consider construction methodology that addresses geotechnical and health 1 Note that the roadway project designs for subsurface preparation for the roadway prism have changed significantly since LAI prepared the original conceptual designs for the LFG mitigation system. The LFG mitigation system designs will accordingly require commensurate changes. September 5, 2018 3 8 Yakima Transportation Corridor— Landfill Gas Mitigation Design Revised Scope of Services (Change Order No. 2) Landau Associates and safety considerations related to cutting and filling adjacent to MSW for placement of the LFG collection system. After the review of these designs and specifications, LAI will prepare an out-to- bid/construction-ready (100 percent) design package and technical specification for inclusion and integration with the design team's package. As with the original conceptual designs, the final designs will incorporate elements for potential future coordination with the final cleanup remedy for the Site, if appropriate. The Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA; RCW 70.105D and WAC 173-340) requires that interim actions not preclude development of cleanup alternatives in the Site Feasibility Study (FS) or interfere with implementation of the final cleanup remedy. For these reasons, it is necessary to consider the likely options for cleanup prior to conducting the FS, so that Ecology can determine if the interim action meets the requirements noted above. Assu ptions • The existing 90 percent design drawings for the proposed roadway (dated November 2017) will not be substantially changed (i.e., such that the changes would have a material impact on the LFG mitigation system designs that would require substantial changes during preparation of those designs). • The 100 percent design drawings for the proposed roadway (pending) will not be substantially changed from the 90 percent design drawings (i.e., such that the changes would have a material impact on the LFG mitigation system designs and specifications that would require substantial changes before or during preparation of those designs/specifications). • Technical specifications will be prepared in either standard Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) or Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) formats, to be specified prior to commencement of preparation. If another format is required, the City will provide templates for such. LAI will only prepare the technical portions of the specifications for the LFG mitigation system to be integrated into the complete specifications package (i.e., LAI will not be responsible for preparing procurement and contracting or general requirement specifications [CSI Divisions 00 & 01 or WSDOT Division 1]). • The 90 percent design drawings and draft technical specifications will be provided to the City and/or design team for review, and revisions/comments will be incorporated into a 100 percent out-to-bid/construction-ready design package. • One full-sized stamped engineering drawing package will be produced for the 90 percent and 100 percent design phases for the City's records. Task 3 — Air Emissions Permitting Because the LFG mitigation system may include ventilation of hazardous or toxic air pollutants, the ventilation system may be considered a stationary source under Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 40 CFR 63.2 and, therefore, subject to YRCAA Article 4 and WAC Chapter 173-460 (Controls for New Sources of Toxic Air Pollutants). These regulations require the owner or operator of a new source of air contaminants to submit notification of construction to the permitting authority, in this case the September 5, 2018 4 9 Yakima Transportation Corridor— Landfill Gas Mitigation Design Revised Scope of Services (Change Order No. 2) Landau Associates YRCAA. Based on previous LFG modeling and estimated annual emissions of hazardous or toxic air pollutants, as documented in prior LAI reports (LAI 2017a, b), air emissions from the LFG mitigation system may require permitting through YRCAA. However, based on the proposed removal of a significant volume of MSW in association with the roadway project, the modeling and emissions calculations will be re -run to determine whether the system qualifies for an exclusion from permitting and/or whether treatment prior to discharge will be necessary. Under this task, LAI will prepare applicable notification of construction and other applicable permit application materials for submission to YRCAA on behalf of the City, if necessary. It is anticipated that this task will be performed prior to commencement of roadway construction activities. Assumptions • If revised modeling indicates that emissions from the LFG mitigation system will be de minimis, YRCAA new source review and/or permitting may not be necessary and the scope of this task will be reduced accordingly. • If necessary, the City will be responsible for payment of all applicable application and permitting fees (e.g., annual registration, new source review, regulatory order fees—see YRCAA 2018 fee schedule: https://www.yakimacleanair.org/site/files/file manager/page/shared/2018%20Fee%20Sched ule.pdf). • Preparing the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) checklist or other requirements for the roadway project or related to air emissions is not included in LAI's scope of work. LAI assumes that Yakima County will be the SEPA lead agency and that the Lochner/HLA team will prepare applicable SEPA documentation for the project. Because Ecology and YRCAA may be the reviewing agencies on the SEPA checklist, LAI's proposed budget includes up to 6 hours of labor to provide input to the Lochner/HLA team for preparation of the SEPA checklist to address cleanup- and emissions -related questions that Ecology/YRCAA may need for their review. Task 4 - LFG Mitigation System Construction Support, Oversight, and Documentation LAI will provide as -needed support related to construction of the LFG mitigation system. This support may include the following: • Responding to construction contractor RFI related to the LFG mitigation system designs, specifications, or installation requirements prior to or during roadway construction. • Providing field oversight to document that installation of the LFG mitigation system is performed per the designs and specifications. This task will also include preparation of an as -built plans set for the LFG mitigation system based on field documentation prepared by LAI and/or the contractor after completion of construction. September 5, 2018 5 10 Yakima Transportation Corridor— Landfill Gas Mitigation Design Revised Scope of Services (Change Order No. 2) Landau Associates Assumptions • Estimated costs for this task assume that field observations and documentation tasks will take no more than 15 work days to complete. This represents the estimated level of effort to observe and document subgrade preparation and placement of the LFG collection layer after excavation of MSW and wood debris from the roadway prism, and installation of the LFG treatment (if necessary) and venting system. This does not include general oversight of MSW/wood debris excavation, loading, hauling, and disposal or other related tasks. Actual schedule and duration of oversight of these activities will be dependent upon the roadway construction contractor's schedule. If the contractor's schedule is longer than estimated or the City requests additional oversight tasks, LAI will provide an estimate of the additional time and cost necessary to complete these activities. • The 100 percent design drawings will be updated as applicable for preparation of the as -built drawings; no new/original drawings will be prepared. • LAI assumes the construction contractor will provide redline edits to the 100 percent design drawings to show as -built conditions, which LAI will incorporate into the as -built plan set to document completion of LFG mitigation system installation. • One full-sized stamped engineering drawing package will be produced for the 90 percent and 100 percent design phases for the City's records. Task 5 — Interim Action Completion Report After completion of the roadway construction project, LAI will prepare draft, agency review, and final versions of an IA Completion Report as required by the AO to describe the completed work, document performance monitoring results, and summarize post -construction site conditions. The completion report may include some as -built drawings or other documentation from the roadway construction where applicable and related to items of environmental significance (e.g., LFG mitigation system drawings, stormwater management drawings, waste disposal documentation). Assumptions • Draft and agency draft review comments will be minor and require minimal revisions to the document. Task 6 — Project Management, Meetings, and Communications This task includes typical project management activities such as invoice preparation, project documentation and filing, and client communications. We anticipate that one or two meetings will be required for coordination with the Lochner/HLA roadway design team, the City, and/or Ecology to facilitate design development and incorporation of the LFG mitigation system into roadway construction. LAI will also coordinate with the City on the progress of the project as work proceeds, prepare invoicing, and transmit correspondence. We will communicate regularly with the City, monitor work September 5, 2018 6 11 Yakima Transportation Corridor— Landfill Gas Mitigation Design Revised Scope of Services (Change Order No. 2) Landau Associates task performance, maintain the schedule and budget, and ensure that systems are in place to conduct quality assurance and quality control on deliverables and correspondence. Assu ptions • Two LAI professionals will attend one 2 -hour meeting with the City and Lochner/HLA team at Lochner's offices in Bellevue. • Additionally, two LAI professionals will attend one 2 -hour meeting with the Ecology project manager held at Ecology's Central Region office in Union Gap. Terms & Conditions, Schedule, and Estimated Budget The scope of work for the additional services described above will be performed in accordance with our existing Contract No. 2016-104 between LAI and the City of Yakima. The schedule for performance of this work is dependent upon the AO for submittals such as the IA Work Plan and the overall roadway project construction schedule (not yet determined/available). While this schedule is outside of LAI's direct control, LAI will work with the City, the roadway project design team, and the City's selected roadway construction contractor to identify and meet roadway project milestones and deliverable deadlines. In the event that it is determined that it will not be feasible to meet the AO submittal deadlines to Ecology due to circumstances outside LAI's control (e.g., needed information not provided by the roadway design team) or it is otherwise decided by the City/attorneys that additional time is needed for planning or strategic purposes or due to roadway project schedule delays, LAI will work with the City to determine a new schedule and request an appropriate deadline extension from Ecology. Given the complex nature of the AO services and the complex nature of the Cascade Mill Redevelopment Project, LAI will provide all deliverables outlined in the Tasks above with sufficient lead time for attorney, City, other consultant (where appropriate) review of these submittals. For example, the IA Work Plan will be provided two weeks prior to final submission to Ecology. LAI's scope of services will include a call outlining each major deliverable and an explanation and presentation of the same. LAI will prospectively provide these elements as part of its project management strategy with reserved dates and times for each deliverable upon execution of this SOW, even as placeholder calendar invites. The estimated cost for the additional services outlined above was developed on a cost -plus -fixed -fee basis consistent with the Local Agency Guidelines (LAG) Manual prepared by WSDOT using LAI's most recent audited overhead rates. Accordingly, we propose to update the compensation schedule included in Contract No. 2016-104 (i.e., update Exhibit B — Professional Fees and Exhibit C— Schedule of Rates to be consistent with these rates). The estimated costs are summarized below by task and detailed in the attached revised Exhibits B and C. September 5, 2018 7 Yakima Transportation Corridor— Landfill Gas Mitigation Design Revised Scope of Services (Change Order No. 2) 12 Landau Associates Task 1. Interim Action Work Plan Ecology/Public Participation Transfer existing Interim Action Work Plan budget from AO support cont ct (project 1148008.040) $8,000 $20,000 Task 2. LFG Mitigation System Designs and Specifications $48,500 Task 3. Air Emissions Permitting $26,500 Task 4. LFG Mitigation System Construction Support, Oversight, and Documentation $41,000 Task 5. Interim Action Completion report Task 6. Project Management, Meetings, and Communications 15,500 $16,500 Estimated Total Cost $176,000 Approval of this additional estimated budget will increase the total authorized contract value from $180,000 to $356,000. As noted above, our services will be provided on a cost -plus -fixed -fee basis based on our current contract compensation schedule. Estimated labor costs have been developed based on direct labor costs established as the "Not -To -Exceed" labor rate for each LAI billing category calculated using our proposed contract rates. However, labor charges will be accrued based on the actual direct labor rate for the LAI staff member(s) working on the various aspects of the project. If the scope of work related to the roadway project is increased or requires a higher level of effort than assumed above, or unforeseen conditions or circumstances are encountered during performance of these services, we will bring these to your attention and seek modification to this scope of services and budget, as appropriate. Authorization Approval for adding the additional services described above can be authorized by signing the attached authorization form, or by the City's preferred method. An email authorization to proceed is acceptable. Project Staff LAI staff for this project will include Piper Roelen, PE, Principal Engineer, who will be the Project Manager responsible for day-to-day management of the project. Jeremy Davis, PE, Senior Associate Engineer, and Cody Johnson, PE, Senior Engineer will provide technical and regulatory support to the project. Jeremy and Cody prepared the Transportation Corridor Landfill Gas Evaluation technical memorandum for the Site and are familiar with technical and regulatory issues related to landfill gas migration and mitigation. 2 Per Foster Pepper PLLC direction, existing budget transferred from AO support project authorized budget for purposes related to insurance carrier accounting. September 5, 2018 8 13 Yakima Transportation Corridor — Landfill Gas Mitigation Design Revised Scope of Services (Change Order No. 2) Landau Associates Thank you for giving LAI the opportunity to provide this request for modifying the contracted scope of services. We look forward to working with the City team on this project. Please give us a call if you have any questions regarding this proposal. LANDAU ASSOCIATES, INC. Piper Roelen, PE Principal PMR/J M D/Ij I 1148009.010 [X:\C_YAKIMA\2017-04_YAKIMA LF LFG MITIGATION DESIGN\C_YAKIMA LANDFILL_LFG MITIGATION DESIGN CO#2_REV2_090518.DOCX] Attachments: Figure 1— Transportation Corridor Project Proposed Alignment as of 10/20/16 Exhibit B — Professional Fees Exhibit C — Schedule of Rates References LAI. 2017a. Transportation Corridor Landfill Gas Evaluation, Former Boise Cascade Mill Site and Closed City of Yakima Landfill Site, Yakima, Washington. Landau Associates, Inc. March 24. LAI. 2017b. Landfill Gas Mitigation System Conceptual Design Report, former Boise Cascade Mill Site and Closed City of Yakima Landfill Site, Yakima, Washington. Landau Associates, Inc. October 13. September 5, 2018 9 14 A ASSt)L:41ITS Note; Black and while reproduction of Us calor arlalnatm reduceeffectiveness and ea. t. wa R ... t .,M.4rn we,» Peer Closed City of Yakima Landfill Site Yakima, Washington Transportation Corridor Project Proposed Alignment as of 10/I0/16 15 Exhibit B Professional Fees Classification Direct Salary Overhead @ 212.53% Fee @ 30% Billing Rate Hours Cost Principal 84.62 + 179.84 + 25.39 = 289.85 X 20 5,796.98 Senior Associate 62.50 + 132.83 + 18.75 = 214.08 X 165 35,323.41 Associate 50.96 + 108.31 + 15.29 = 174.55 X 195 34,037.89 Senior 50.00 + 106.27 + 15.00 = 171.27 X 430 73,643.95 Project Coordinator 32.50 + 69.07 + 9.75 = 111.32 X 51 5,677.43 CAD/GIS Technician 36.06 + 76.64 + 10.82 = 123.52 X 120 14,821.96 Support Staff 24.79 + 52.69 + 7.44 = 84.91 X 10 848.38 Landau Labor Total: Reimbursables Travel Expense (mileage, meals, lodging) Shipping Equipment, etc. Drawing Plots Total: 170,150.00 4,000.00 100.00 250.00 1,500.00 5,850.00 176,000.00 16 EXHIBIT C Schedule of Rates Landau Associates, Inc. Classification Hourly Rates Principal $289.83 Senior Associate $205.85 Associate $168.63 Senior $171.27 Senior Project $138.00 Project $124.17 Senior Staff $11a50 Senior CAD $128.45 Staff $102.76 Senior Technician 11 $120.71 Assistant/Senior Tech 1 $66.72 Technician $68.51 CAD Technician $102.76 GIS Technician $123.52 Project Coordinator $111.32 Support Staff $84.91 Landau Associates .G/19/2018 XAC_Vala.A.201f-04,yakima IF [FG Mitigat,on Design \ CYakima go.,dway U6 Mitigation Support Cost Est .061318