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AG 17-134 RETURN TO: PW ADMIN EXT: 2700 ID#: 3928 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LAW DEPARTMENT ROUTING FORM 1. ORIGINATING DEPT/Div: PUBLIC WORKS/CAPITAL ENGINEERING 2. ORIGINATING STAFF PERSON: NAVEEN CHANDRA EXT: 2729 3. DATE REQ.BN':'6/15/21 3. TYPE OF DOCUMENT(CHECK ONE): O CONTRACTOR SELECTION DOCUMENT(E.G.,RFB,RFP,RFQ) ❑ PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ SMALL OR LIMITED PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT ❑ GOODS AND SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ HUMAN SERVICES/CDBG ❑ REAL ESTATE DOCUMENT ❑ SECURITY DOCUMENT(E.G.BOND RELATED DOCUMENTS) ❑ ORDINANCE ❑ RESOLUTION m CON rN"IAC r AMI7NI)Mh;�N°r(rAG#�): 17-134 ❑ INTERLOCAL 0 OTHER R SUPPLEMENT#7� 4. PROJECT NAME: CITY CENTER ACCESS PROJECT 5. NAME OF CONTRAC"fOR;, PARAMETRII a INC _ ADDRESS: 719 2ND AVENUE _-E S�J��Ic , :�. �ET�I.E, A 1�ti4 �"�i.r.��r�O �,.,20m 394- 664 mm_._...� E-MAIL;SGLO'V"ER� PARAMETRI .COM FAQ;655 542-6353 SIGNATURENAME-JEF"`ERY PEACOCK T'Ir2ar::CEO 6. EXHIBITS AND ATTACHMENTS:❑ SCOPE,WORK OR SERVICES ❑COMPENSATION ❑ INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS/CERTIFICATE ❑ ALL OTHER REFERENCED EXHIBITS ❑ PROOF OF AUTHORITY TO SIGN ❑ REQUIRED LICENSES ❑ PRIOR CONTRACT/AMENDMENTS CFW LICENSE#90 m101843m 0 BIL,EXP.12/31�� um#,600135349 7. TERM: COMMENCEMENT DATE:AUGUST 23, 2017 COMPLETION DATE: JULY 30, 2922 8. TOTAL COMPENSATION:$3 7 3.�14 0_(. 37,43 1 N C TH IS d (INCLUDE EXPENSES AND SALES TAX,IF ANY) (IF CALCULATED ON HOURLY LABOR CHARGE-ATTACH SCHEDULES OF EMPLOYEES TITLES AND HOLIDAY RATES) REIMBURSABLE EXPENSE: la YES ❑NO IF YES,MAXIMUM DOLLAR AMOUNT: s 93530.61 ( 0 THIS AM D) IS SALES TAX OWED: ❑YES ❑NO IF YES,$, 93 8(. t 9 TH I AMP _ PAID BY: ❑CONTRACTOR ❑CITY RETAINAGE: RETAINAGE AMOUNT: .,. .,.,., "�RETAINAGE AGREEMENT(SEE CONTRACT) OR ❑RETAINAGE BOND PROVIDED ❑ PURCHASING: PLEASE CHARGE TO: 306-4400-207-595-30-411 9. DOCUMENT/CONTRACT REVIEW INITIAL/DATE REVIEWED INITIAL/DATE APPROVED 6 PROJECT MANAGER NC 1"-21 6 DIVISION MANAGER SLH 619@021 6 DEPUTY DIRECTOR DSW W9121 8 DIRECTOR EJW 6/1 512 0 2 1 ❑ RISK MANAGEMENT (IF APPLICABLE) 8 LAW DEPT KvA 6/15/2021 10. COUNCIL APPROVAL(IF APPLICABLE) SCHEDULED COMMITTEE DATE:,., COMMITTEE APPROVAL DATE: SCHEDULED COUNCIL DATE: COUNCIL APPROVAL DATE: 11. CONTRACT SIGNATURE ROUTING 1,,�`',,, ❑ SENT TO VENDOR/CONTRACTOR DATE SENT: LJA 0.�+►, DATE REC'D: r ,, h ( 2A ❑ ATTACH: SIGNATURE AUTHORITY, INSURANCE CERTIFICATE,LICENSES,EXHIBITS ❑ CREATE ELECTRONIC REMINDER/NOTIFICATION FOR I MONTH PRIOR TO EXPIRATION DATE (INCLUDE DEPT.SUPPORT STAFF IF NECESSARY AND FEEL FREE TO SET NOTIFICATION MORE THAN A MONTH IN ADVANCE IF COUNCIL APPROVAL IS NEEDED.) INITIAL/DATE SIGNED ❑ FINANCE DEPARTMENT ,�eI.AW DEPT I 1 I ,t'SIGNATORY(MAYOR OR DIRECTOR) �KCCITY CLERK �T 0' , I ❑ ASSIGNED AG# AG# _ t ❑ SIGNED COPY RETURNED DATE SENT: COMMENTS: EXECUTE" "ORIGINALS V/?'4'20 SUPPLEMENT NO. 7 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LOCAL AGENCY STANDARD CONSULTANT AGREEMENT FOR CITY CENTER ACCESS PROJECT DESIGN SERVICES The local agency of the City of Federal Way desires to supplement the agreement entered into with Parametrix, Inc. effective the 23rd day of August 2017, identified as Agreement No. 17-134 as supplemented by Supplement No. 1 dated January 18, 2018, Supplement No. 2 dated May 10, 2018, Supplement No. 3 dated August 14, 2018, Supplement No. 4 dated July 11, 2019, Supplement No. 5 dated October 29, 2019 and Supplement No. 6 dated June 10, 2020. All provisions in the Agreement remain in effect except as expressly modified by this supplement, "Supplement No. 7." The changes to the Agreement are described as follows: I Section II, Scope of Services, shall be amended to include those additional services more particularly described in Exhibit "A-7" attached hereto and incorporated by this reference (Additional Services). I I Section IV, Time for Beginning and Completion, shall be amended to,extend the completion date to July 30, 2022. III Section V, Payment Provisions The maximum amount payable under this Supplement No. 7 inclusive of all fees and other costs is Two Hundred Forty-Nine Thousand Three Hundred Thirty-Seven and 43/100 Dollars ($249,337.43) for a total amount payable to the Consultant pursuant to the Agreement, Supplement No. 1, Supplement No. 2, Supplement No. 3, Supplement No. 4, Supplement No. 5, Supplement No. 6, and this Supplement No. 7, inclusive of all fees and other costs, to be an amount not to exceed Three Million Seven Hundred Eighty-Three Thousand One Hundred Forty-One and 80/100 Dollars OCRA`V ieY II V-CG,`w4;u.omo dlr.[rxnlmeua`If urcspo.a,ea\4:y,G.a rrtaAa:e:a:a\1Q1V"7�.Ganua9,ul¢.00-.0„ramuvcn¢ II°AAA.7:4111\.A.n,irai I:�0,;nl\n 111 NA 1'Y'll8A[°1"...AG k7 0 C,C..G.AuulgAlkir[c is Nan"X,arcn- ($3,783,141.80). The attached Exhibit"D-7" and "E-7,"which describes the payment for work to be performed under this Supplement No. 7, is hereby made a part of the Supplemental Agreement. Signed this elday of 2021. wumm PARAMETRIX, INC.: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: By: , By: JAlc;' eacock i Feri' 11 Its: Chief Executive Officer Its: Mayor 719 2nd Avenue, Suite 200 33325 8th Ave S Seattle, WA 98104 Federal Way, WA 98003 (206) 394-3664 (253) 835-2401 APPROVED AS T ORM: �f',e / ll, CityRyan �Ca A n y IO\TRAFFIC\Grants&Projects\Projects\Qry Center Access\2017\Consultant Agreement-PNIS 2017\A men dment#7\FinaI\2 I-IN Al,DRAFT-AG 17-134 CCA Supplement No7 doer RETURN TO: PW ADMIN EXT: 2700 ID#: 374° CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LAW DEPARTMENT ROUTING FORM 1. ORIGINATING DEPT/DIv: PUBLIC WORKS/STREETS 2. ORIGINATING STAFF PERSON:NAVEEN CHANDRA EXT:2729 3. DATE REQ.BY:RUSH 3. TYPE OF DOCUMENT(CHECK ONE): ❑ CONTRACTOR SELECTION DOCUMENT(E.G.,RFB,RFP,RFQ) ❑ PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ SMALL OR LIMITED PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT ❑ GOODS AND SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ HUMAN SERVICES/CDBG ❑ REAL ESTATE DOCUMENT ❑ SECURITY DOCUMENT(E.G.BOND RELATED DOCUMENTS) ❑ ORDINANCE ❑ RESOLUTION ❑ CONTRACT AMENDMENT(AG#):17-134 ❑ INTERLOCAL ($ OTHER SUPPLEMENT#6 4. PROJECT NAME:CITY CENTER ACCESS 5. NAME OF CONTRACTOR:PARAMETRIC,INC ADDRESS:719 2ND AVENUE SUITE 200.SEATTLE,WA 98,104 TELEPHONE:(206)394-3664 E-MAIL:SGLQVEERgPARAMET'RIt.COM FAX:(855)542-6353 SIGNATURE NAME:JEFFERY PEACOCK TITLE:CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER 6. EXHIBITS AND ATTACHMENTS:❑ SCOPE,WORK OR SERVICES ❑ COMPENSATION ❑ INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS/CERTIFICATE ❑ ALL OTHER REFERENCED EXHIBITS ❑ PROOF OF AUTHORITY TO SIGN ❑ REQUIRED LICENSES ❑ PRIOR CONTRACT/AMENDMENTS CFW LICENSE#90 101843 000 00 BL,EXP.04/30/2021 UBI#600135349 EXP. 7. TERM: COMMENCEMENT DATE:AUGUST 23,2017 COMPLETION DATE:DECEMBER 30 2021 8. TOTAL COMPENSATION:$3.533.80437(INCL$1.199.721.62 THIS AMD) (INCLUDE EXPENSES AND SALES TAX,IF ANY) (IF CALCULATED ON HOURLY LABOR CHARGE-ATTACH SCHEDULES OF EMPLOYEES TITLES AND HOLIDAY RATES) REIMBURSABLE EXPENSE: X YES ❑NO IF YES,MAXIMUM DOLLAR AMOUNT: $93580.61(INCL$28482 THIS AMD) IS SALES TAX OWED: ❑YES ❑NO IF YES,S PAID BY: ❑CONTRACTOR ❑CITY RETAINAGE: RETAINAGE AMOUNT: ❑RETAINAGE AGREEMENT(SEE CONTRACT) OR ❑RETAINAGE BOND PROVIDED ❑ PURCHASING: PLEASE CHARGE TO:306-4400-208-59,E-63 _ 9. DOCUMENT/CONTRACT REVIEW INITIAL/DATE REVIEWED INITIAL/DATE APPROVED X PROJECT MANAGER NG L5 H 2-2c X DIVISION MANAGER SLH 05/05/2020 X DEPUTY DIRECTOR OSW 5/6120 X DIRECTOR ❑ RISK MANAGEMENT (IF APPLICABLE) X LAW DEPT ER 5/15/2020 10. COUNCIL APPROVAL(IF APPLICABLE) SCHEDULED COMMITTEE DATE: COMMITTEE APPROVAL DATE: SCHEDULED COUNCIL DATE: COUNCIL APPROVAL DATE: 11. CONTRACT SIGNATURE ROUTING ❑ SENT TO VENDOR/CONTRACTOR DATE SENT: DATE REC'D: ❑ ATTACH: SIGNATURE AUTHORITY, INSURANCE CERTIFICATE,LICENSES,EXHIBITS ❑ CREATE ELECTRONIC REMINDER/NOTIFICATION FOR 1 MONTH PRIOR TO EXPIRATION DATE (INCLUDE DEPT.SUPPORT STAFF IF NECESSARY AND FEEL FREE TO SET NOTIFICATION MORE THAN A MONTH IN ADVANCE IF COUNCIL APPROVAL IS NEEDED.) INITIAL/DATE SIGNED ❑ FINANCE DEPARTMENT ❑ LqLDEPT r IB-S[GNAToRy(MAYOR OR DIRECTOR) ❑ CITY CLERK ❑ ASSIGNED AG# AGS ❑ SIGNED COPY RETURNED DATE SENT: ❑RETURN ONE ORIGINAL COMMENTS: EXECUTE"2"ORIGINALS 1/2018 SUPPLEMENT NO. 6 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LOCAL AGENCY STANDARD CONSULTANT AGREEMENT FOR CITY CENTER ACCESS PROJECT DESIGN SERVICES The local agency of the City of Federal Way desires to supplement the agreement entered into with Parametrix, Inc. effective the 23rd day of August 2017, identified as Agreement No. 17-134 as supplemented by Supplement No. 1 dated January 18, 2018, Supplement No. 2 dated May 10, 2018, Supplement No. 3 dated August 14, 2018, Supplement No. 4 dated July 11, 2019 and Supplement No. 5 dated October 29, 2019. All provisions in the Agreement remain in effect except as expressly modified by this supplement, "Supplement No. 6." The changes to the Agreement are described as follows: I Section II, Scope of Services, shall be amended to include those additional services more particularly described in Exhibit "A-6" attached hereto and incorporated by this reference (Additional Services). I I Section IV, Time for Beginning anti Completion, shall be amended to extend the completion date to December 30, 2021. III Section V, P ions A. Hourly Rates: The direct (raw) labor rates and classifications and indirect cost rate as shown on Exhibits "D-6" and "E-6" are attached hereto and incorporated by this reference. C. The maximum amount payable under this Supplement No. 6 inclusive of all fees and other costs is One Million One Hundred Ninety-Nine Thousand Seven Hundred Twenty-One and 62/100 Dollars ($1,199,721.62) for a total amount payable to the Consultant pursuant to the Agreement, Supplement No. 1, Supplement No. 2, Supplement No. 3, Supplement No. 4, Supplement No. 5 and this Supplement No. 6, inclusive of all fees and other costs, to be an amount not to exceed Three Million Five Hundred Thirty-Three Thousand Eight Hundred Four and 37/100 Dollars 1:.\l R UTI C\(vcmrs it Pruicccc\T'roµ•cec\ran-Ce r lease\NI 7\r:onsaram r\g,re ,,c -1'\rC 21)17\\mrndincnr it G\Drn Fr 2\%G 17 134 CC\Supplcm ,\o 6 d,— ($3,533,804.37). The attached Exhibit "D-6 and "E-6,'which describes the payment for work to be performed under this Supplement No. 6, is hereby made a part of the Supplemental Agreement. Signed thisday off_/ 2020. '' PARAMETRIX, INC.: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: B � BY: Y i Peacock */JimFerZreI1I Its: Chief Executive Officer It/,. / ts Mayor 719 2nd Avenue, Suite 200 33325 8th Ave S Seattle, WA 98104 Federal Way, WA 98003 (206) 394-3664 (253) 835-2401 APPROVED AS TO FORM r J. Ryan Call, City Attorney K\-I It\I'FTC\(draw,ri 1'rt,µcrs\rngccrs\Cm'Ccnrcr\cccs\21117\Cun ad un,\greancnr-PMX 2017\\1101 nnr 8 G\Drdr 2\V;17-13+CC\Suppl--No 6 Jnc. Parametrix ENGINEERING PLANNING ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK City of Federal Way City Center Access Project Amendment 6 PROJECT UNDERSTANDING The City Center Access Project proposes to modify an existing interchange in Federal Way on Interstate 5 (1-5). Parametrix is under contract to complete the Access Revision Report(ARR) (formerly referred to as the IJR). Amendment 4 transferred funds from the original contract tasks for Environmental Documentation, Preliminary Engineering and part of the ARR documentation to complete additional study analysis and outreach requested by the Study Support Team to identify/confirm the preferred alternative.The preferred alternative has been selected (Alternative 2i), and this amendment provides funding for an updated survey base map, Preliminary Engineering, Environmental Documentation, public outreach, completion of the ARR, and Preliminary Hydraulic Design Reports for three culverts within the project limits. Amendment 5 includes the design for the items listed below for Alternative 2i: • Preliminary design of 324th four-lane bridge with braided ramps as a modified interchange with 1-5/ S 320th interchange. Preliminary design includes roundabouts at 1-5 ramps and S 324th. Preliminary design of a DDI will be required to not preclude it in the future. • Realignment of 324th from current design will be required due to Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) power line relocation. • Preliminary design for roundabouts at 23rd S/S 324th and 324th/Weyerhaeuser. • Preliminary design for two to three lanes on S 324th from I-5 to Weyerhaeuser. • Preliminary design for five lanes on S 324th from SR 99 to 23rd S. • Preliminary design of intersection improvements at SR 99 and 5 324th Street focused on solution that manages westbound queues.This includes an added southbound (SB) and northbound (NB) left-turn lane. The need for an NB right-turn lane will be evaluated and included in the design if needed. • Preliminary design for high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes on S 320th from 1-5 to Military Road. Preliminary design for a retained right-turn lane eastbound between 25th and the SB on-ramp in addition to the HOV lane. • This project does not include intersection improvements at SR 99/S 320th Street and Military Road/S 320th Street. Assumptions include: • S 320th Bridge City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project I March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit AIS SCOPE OF WORK (continued) > Replace existing bridge for extra lane and multimodal facilities. New width across 1-5 will accommodate City Center Access(CCA) improvements and 20 feet for future widening of 1-5. > Match into existing 1-5. > Sidewalks/paths will follow existing roads—may both be less than 5 percent. > WSDOT may require additional widening to discount gutter. > Sidewalk to be on north side of bridge. ■ S 324th Bridge > Construct new bridge;span lengths to accommodate future 1-5. > Roundabouts at 1-5 to be in final location. > Bridge structures for the braided ramps to be in final—1-5 widening location. > Designed to not preclude a diverging diamond (which will require the design of both alternatives). > Will meet Americans with Disabilities Act(ADA) requirements for new road. > Will include multimodal path on the north side and sidewalk on the south side. > WSDOT standards may require additional lane width to accommodate stormwater facilities. > Design will be based on BPA design of relocated towers. • Preliminary impacts to the park-and-ride would be understood and potential areas for the relocation. Redesign of the parking lot is not included in this scope of work. • A phasing plan will be developed to support City's decision-making for project funding. Task 29 — Project Management Subtask 29.1 — Project Management Plan The Consultant will prepare a Project Management Plan outlining the scope of work, schedule, budget, change management process, communication protocol, and quality assurance and control procedures.The Project Management Plan will be updated periodically during the life of the project and will be shared with team members and City of Federal Way staff.This task also includes scoping activities for subsequent work orders. Subtask 29.2— Monthly Progress Reports and Invoices The Consultant will provide a monthly progress report with monthly invoices to the City of Federal Way that will describe work performed by the Consultant Team members during the current reporting period.The progress reports will be prepared in a format approved by the City's Project Manager.This format will include the following: • A listing of activities by work element performed during the reporting period, including meetings held and deliverables. • A listing of problems and issues encountered during the reporting period and their resolution. • A listing of activities to be accomplished during the next reporting period. City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 2 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Subtask 29.3— Progress Meetings and Other Communication The Consultant Team will conduct weekly progress meetings with the City's core management to review the scope, schedule, and budget status; risk matrix tracking list; upcoming project meetings, communication, and work items; design review; and project strategy to resolve issues or barriers to success. Communication will also occur via email and telephone. Forty meetings are assumed by phone and three in person in Federal Way attended by three staff.This task also includes email and phone calls with the City for general information and updates and solving issues outside of the meetings identified above. Subtask 29.4—Subconsultant Coordination The Consultant will develop and maintain subcontracts with subconsultants, coordinate progress reporting and billing through the Consultant project manager,coordinate work products, and conduct quality assurance on submittals. Subtask 29.5— Consultant Team Meetings The Consultant will hold biweekly Consultant Team check-in meetings to communicate and coordinate work progress and upcoming activities.These meetings will be attended by project leads and other key staff. Biweekly Consultant Team check-in meetings will be via telephone and up to 1 hour each. Assumptions • This project will be completed in 18 months after the traffic operations and safety analysis is complete and agreed upon. Deliverables • Subconsultant Agreements (maintained in Consultant's files). • Monthly progress reports and monthly invoices. • Risk management tracking list for monthly progress meetings. • Draft and final Project Management Plan, including Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan. • Updates to the Project Management Plan. Task 30 — Public Involvement and Communication Subtask 30.1 — Public Involvement Oversight and Project Management The Consultant will provide monthly progress reports with monthly invoices to the City of Federal Way that will describe work performed by the Consultant Team members during the current reporting period.This format will include the following: • A listing of activities by work element performed during the reporting period, including meetings held and deliverables. • A listing of problems and issues encountered during the reporting period and their resolution. • A listing of activities to be accomplished during the next reporting period. City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 3 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Table 30-1.Summary of Public Outreach and Communications Task Assumptions Deliverables Public outreach PRR will develop schedule for deliverables in this scope based Deliverables schedule for 2020 schedule on agreed-upon schedule. Public involvement Assumes up to 12 one-hour meetings by phone between July check-in meetings 2020 and July 2021. Consultant Team Assumes up to 12 one-hour meetings by phone between check-in calls March 2020 and March 2021,with the possibility of 2 in- person meetings. Monthly progress Assumes 12 progress reports. 12 progress reports reports 12 invoices Subtask 30.2— Stakeholder Engagement (Design Workshops) The Consultant will support up to two design workshops with area property owners and residents.The Consultant will plan and implement logistics, staffing, and facilitation, and will provide note-taking support during the meetings.The Consultant will summarize the workshop information and participant feedback into one summary document. This assumes up to three rounds of review for all deliverables or work products needed to fulfill each task: one round with the Prime, one round for substantive feedback from the City, and one for minor feedback or final approval from the City.This task assumes all feedback comes as consolidated feedback with clear direction from the reviewer. Table 30-2 summarizes the stakeholder engagement activities for this project. Table 30-2.Summary of Stakeholder Activities Task Assumptions(if applicable) Deliverables Design workshops Logistics,staffing,and note-taking support for up to two design Two email invitations workshops with property owners. Two email reminders PRR will design and distribute two email invitations for each Two agendas workshop:one invitation and one follow-up reminder. City will identify property owners, residents,or other participants to Two sign-in sheets be invited and provide contact information. One design workshop Parametrix and the City will provide workshop materials,such as summary maps and sketches.Assumes no additional handouts or display boards from PRR beyond the workshop agendas, one updated fact sheet,three updated display boards,and one interactive comment board created for Subtask 30.5. Workshops are assumed to be up to 3 hours in duration. PRR will provide two staff members. Parametrix will provide three staff.This City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 4 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task Assumptions(if applicable) Deliverables assumes the City's attendance. PRR will assist with planning,travel, and day-of preparations. PRR will document workshop information and feedback into one workshop summary. The City will cover any expenses related to room rentals or reservations. Contingency plans under COVID-19: Should there be a ban or recommendation against gatherings of 10 or more people, PRR will work with the City and Parametrix to schedule remote design workshops via a video conferencing platform,such as Zoom or GoToMeeting.A video conference could include a chat feature,optional breakout rooms, polling,or post- event surveys. PRR will email workshop materials,such as maps, sketches,fact sheets,and workshop agenda,in advance of remote design workshops. Subtask 30.3— Community Events and Engagement The Consultant will continue to support City with communicating to the general public in the project area. The Consultant will create an updated outreach plan to identify opportunities for the project team to share information with Federal Way residents, businesses, and visitors about the proposed design solution. In coordination with City staff,the Consultant will coordinate one tabling event, one open house, and one online open house.The Consultant will plan and implement logistics and staffing for the tabling event and in-person open house, coordinate the management of a vendor to update the previous open house content, and host and maintain the online open house for up to 3 months. This assumes up to three rounds of review for all deliverables or work products needed to fulfill this task: one round with the Prime, one round for substantive feedback from the City, and one for minor feedback or final approval from the City.This task assumes all feedback comes as consolidated feedback with clear direction from the reviewer. Table 30-3 summarizes the community engagement activities. Table 30-3.Summary of Community Engagement Activities Task Assumptions(if applicable) Deliverables/Work Products Informational tables at a Logistics,staffing,and note-taking support from one PRR One updated outreach plan fair or festivals staff member. One sign-in sheet Assumes City will provide multilingual staff. Comment forms and Assumes the tabling event is up to 6 hours. comment collection box City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project S March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task Assumptions(if applicable) Deliverables/Work Products Assumes participation of at least one representative from the One event summary, City of Federal Way and one representative from Parametrix including photos the City can at each event. use for social media or other project materials. City of Federal Way to cover registration fees and costs associated with giveaways or promotional items. Contingency plans under COVID-19: Should there be a ban or recommendation against gatherings of 10 or more people,the City and Parametrix could consider alternative community engagement opportunities such as extending the online open house,developing a mailer acknowledging the canceled event(s) but providing a project update and encouraging contact,expanded social media directing residents to the project website and/or hosting a live Q&A for the project area. Open house Assumes use of updated display boards and updated fact One open house postcard sheets created for Subtask 30.5.Parametrix will provide maps invitation or sketches. One email invitation Assumes the City will draft and issue any press advisories or social media notifications about the project team's One sign-in sheet attendance at community events. Comment forms and PRR will collect and summarize comments. comment collection box Logistics,staffing,and note-taking support from two PRR One event summary, staff members. including photos the City can use for social media or other Assumes City will provide multilingual staff. project materials. Assumes the open house is 3 hours. Assumes participation of at least one representative from City of Federal Way and three representatives from Parametrix. City of Federal Way to cover fees and costs associated with room rentals. Assumes use of updated display boards and updated fact sheets created for Subtask 30.5. Parametrix will provide maps or sketches. Assumes the City will draft and issue any press advisories or social media notifications about the open house. City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 6 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task Assumptions(if applicable) Deliverables/Work Products PRR will design an open house postcard invitation and arrange for printing. PRR will pay for postage and creation of the mailing list. Contingency plans under COVID-19: Should an in-person open house be discouraged or cancelled, the City and Parametrix may consider extending the online open house or transitioning to a live-streamed in-person open house. Enhancements to an online open house could be considered such as:expanded social media advertising,a narrated slide show,an online survey to complement the online open house,a webinar or a telephone town hall. Online open house PRR will write an email invitation.The City will distribute it to One online open house the project listserv. content update PRR will collect and summarize comments. Up to three additional graphics Consultant will update previous online open house site and content and use the new open house materials to develop 3 months of site hosting and draft, revised,and final content for the online open house. basic maintenance Consultant will provide up to three additional graphics Zip file of website files and formatted for the online open house. database of federalwaycitycenter.org Consultant will translate online open house web content into Korean and Spanish. Consultant will host the site and provide basic site maintenance and hosting for up to 3 months. Consultant will take down website at conclusion of the online open house period and send files to City of Federal Way as a zip file. Community outreach Consultant will compile a comprehensive outreach summary One outreach summary summary of all engagement events and activities. report Subtask 30.4—Support City Website The Consultant will continue to provide City staff with content and updates for the project website.This task assumes the City will provide back-end IT support for the website.Table 30-4 summarizes the support activities for the City website. City of Federal Way SS4-2441-022March 2020 City Center Access Project Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) This assumes up to three rounds of review for all deliverables or work products needed to fulfill each task: one round with the Prime, one round for substantive feedback from the City, and one for minor feedback or final approval from the City.This task assumes all feedback comes as consolidated feedback with clear direction from the reviewer. Table 30-4.Summary of Support Activities for the City Website Deliverables/Work Task Assumptions(if applicable) Products Content updates for City PRR will develop draft,revised,and final content for up to three Up to three website Center Access informational website updates. content updates webpage on City of Federal consistent with email Way website PRR will provide up to three additional graphics formatted for updates and public the website events Subtask 30.5— Public Information Materials and Special Graphics— Additional The original scope of work included materials development to support outreach activities.Additional informational materials are needed to support the activities added in this scope of work.The Consultant will develop additional materials and conduct additional activities to support public outreach efforts.Tasks may include developing graphics, drafting written materials, and performing other miscellaneous activities. This task assumes up to three rounds of review for all public information materials: one round with the Prime, one round for substantive feedback from the City, and one for minor feedback or final approval from the City. This task assumes all feedback comes as consolidated feedback with clear direction from the reviewer. Table 30-5 summarizes the support activities for developing public information materials and special graphics. Table 30-5.Summary of Support for Public Information Materials and Special Graphics Task Assumptions(if applicable) Deliverables Project materials Up to 15 informational display boards. Printer-ready artwork for one project update fact sheet, One reusable display board to be used for interactive three informational boards, comment-gathering using sticky notes at public meetings and one comment board and events. One project update fact sheet Assumes PRR will print display boards and fact sheet. translated into Spanish and Korean One project update fact sheet.PRR will translate the fact sheet into Korean and Spanish and manage QA/QC. Graphics work will be completed by PRR graphic designer, with Parametrix providing source content,such as maps, design sketches,etc. Listsery email updates PRR will develop draft, revised,and final content for up to Up to three listsery email three listsery email updates. updates City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project S March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Subtask 30.6— Environmental Justice Outreach The Consultant will coordinate up to three community group briefings for defined Environmental Justice (EJ) communities.Several EJ meetings have taken place and are documented in the 2019 final Outreach Report.The Consultant will continue to plan,schedule, and support project briefings with environmental justice groups and service providers,such as English as a Second Language (ESL) class presentations. The Consultant will plan and implement logistics, staffing, and facilitation and provide note-taking support for these meetings.The Consultant will translate meeting materials for Korean-or Spanish-speaking participants at community and business meetings with attendees who speak Korean or Spanish. This assumes up to three rounds of review for all deliverables or work products needed to fulfill each task:one round with the Prime, one round for substantive feedback from the City, and one for minor feedback or final approval from the City.This task assumes all feedback comes as consolidated feedback with clear direction from the reviewer. Table 30-6.Summary of Environmental Justice Outreach Activities Task Assumptions(if applicable) Deliverables EJ community group Logistics,staffing,and note-taking support for up to two public EJ Three sign-in sheets that briefings group briefings.Meetings are assumed to last up to 2 hours each. include Korean and Spanish translations PRR will create one email invitation for each meeting and up to a total of 6 hours of invitation calls to EJ community leaders or Three comment forms, organization members.PRR will translate email invitations into with Korean and Spanish Spanish or Korean. translations and comment box Briefings are assumed to be staffed by one PRR staff member, including initial planning,travel,and day-of preparation.Also Three agendas,with assumes at least one Parametrix staff and one City staff person will Korean and Spanish attend.The City will arrange for interpreters to attend. translations Assumes use of updated display boards and updated fact sheets Three email invitations to created for Subtask 30.5.Parametrix will provide maps or sketches. EJ organizations and members,relevant PRR will prepare one combined summary of the EJ briefings.PRR will neighborhood areas collect comment forms and provide translation of any in-language comments to English for inclusion in the summary. PRR will translate One E1 outreach summary the EJ briefings summary to Korean and Spanish. One EJ outreach summary PRR will also translate other meeting materials,such as sign-in translated into Korean and sheets,comment forms,captions,or headings on Parametrix- Spanish provided maps/sketches or additional meeting handouts. PRR will handle QA/QC of translated materials produced at PRR. Contingency plans under Covid-19: Should there be a ban or recommendation against gatherings of 10 or more people,the City and Parametrix could schedule remote EJ briefings with video and dial-in options. Online outreach tools City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 9 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task Assumptions(if applicable) Deliverables such as social pinpoint could be considered.Additionally,the project team could consider working with local leaders to help send out information about the project to their networks via email, phone calls, or social media posts. Subtask 30.7— Comment Management The Consultant will continue to manage public correspondence and track comments. This assumes up to three rounds of review for all deliverables or work products needed to fulfill each task: one round with the Prime, one round for substantive feedback from the City, and one for minor feedback or final approval from the City.This task assumes all feedback comes as consolidated feedback with clear direction from the reviewer. Table 30-7.Summary of Comment Management Activities Task Assumptions(if applicable) Deliverables Continue to maintain PRR will add new contacts and comments to existing comment Up to six list updates project email distribution database on a monthly basis. list Maintain comment PRR will update the database with contacts and comments Up to six database database and summarize following briefings and other public meeting. updates comments after public events PRR will provide a final summary of comments at the end of the One final comment year. summary Monitor project hotline PRR will check the project hotline once per month and send a 12 hotline summary summary report. reports Subtask 30.8— Strategic Assistance As directed by the City,the Consultant will address community concerns and other issues that arise.The Consultant may participate in strategy sessions, impromptu meetings, correspondence, and telephone calls with City staff.The Consultant will document those activities through action item lists,track follow-through activities, and identify the next steps in the process. Special projects may be assigned as identified by City, such as conducting additional community outreach, briefing materials for local leaders or officials, and preparing project information and graphics.Table 30.8 summarizes the strategic assistance required by the City. City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 10 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Table 30.8.Summary of Strategic Assistance Activities Deliverables/Work Task Assumptions(if applicable) Products Strategic assistance Assumes up to 40 additional hours of Consultant support for Memorandum strategic assistance and special projects as assigned by the City. documenting direction from the City Task 31 — Study Support Team and Design Team Meetings Subtask 31.1 — Study Support Team and Design Team Meetings The Consultant Team will organize and lead meetings to coordinate with the WSDOT Design Team,the Executive Team, and the Study Support Team members to complete the ARR document reviews, obtain signatures on the ARR, and conduct reviews of the preliminary design and the environmental documentation. The Consultant Team will prepare agendas, provide information prior to the meetings, develop presentations, and prepare meeting minutes. Outreach to the Study Support Team is included in this task as required to communicate goals, information, and meeting attendance, and to answer questions about information provided. Assumptions • Seventeen meetings with WSDOT Traffic and Design (t12 by phone and five in person in Federal Way; attendance by two Parametrix staff). • Meetings with Sound Transit(three meetings assumed; attendance by two Parametrix staff; location at Sound Transit) • Meetings with Executive Team (four meetings assumed; attendance by three Parametrix staff; location in Federal Way). • Meetings with Study Support Team (two meetings assumed; attendance by two Parametrix staff; location in Federal Way).Additional Study Support Team Meeting budget is provided for under task 4.0 to support two additional meetings with the Study Support Team. • Meetings with the Environmental Team (four meetings assumed;attendance by three Parametrix staff; location in Federal Way for two meetings and on phone for two meetings). • Meetings with Tribes(four meetings assumed; attendance by two Parametrix staff). It is assumed all meetings with the tribes would be set up by City staff and at the Tribe's location. • Meetings with BPA(two meetings assumed; attendance by two Parametrix staff,with one on the phone and one in person). Deliverables • Materials for team meetings. • Agendas and meeting minutes. City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 11 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task 32 — Additional Traffic Support Subtask 32.1 —Traffic Support for Design Alternative (DDI) The ARR Synchro Build model will be modified to depict a diverging diamond interchange (DDI)to determine the required capacity and storage needed to support design. Assumptions • The AM and PM peak period Synchro model developed for the ARR analysis will be used. • Traffic volumes and year of analysis will remain consistent with the ARR analysis. Deliverables • Final Synchro model. Subtask 32.2— Policy Point 3 and Environmental Document Traffic Operations Analysis—Amended The VISSIM models will include the analysis periods of 4 to 9 a.m. and 1 to 6 p.m. and will include local arterial intersections on S 320th and 324th Streets from 23rd Avenue S to Weyerhaeuser Way S.This requires the local volume forecasts to be extrapolated beyond the peak hour and increases the calibration study area. Budget also exists under tasks 21,22 and 23 to support the completion of the Traffic Operations Analysis. Deliverables • No change to deliverables. Task 33 — Preliminary Engineering for the Preferred Alternative Subtask 33.1 — Preliminary Design The Consultant will advance the conceptual design of the preferred alternative to a preliminary design level using the WSDOT design manual;AASHTO's A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets, 6th Edition (2011); and City of Federal Way design standards.The preliminary design will be informed by the design parameters,the stormwater design and analysis, and the environmental mitigation measures as detailed in other areas of this scope of work.This task also includes the realignment of S 324th Street and the 1-5 ramps to accommodate the forthcoming design from BPA. A detailed preliminary design estimate of construction will be developed,which will include an electronic Excel workbook utilizing the City standard format.An estimate calculation notebook will be developed as a backup to the electronic estimate workbook. The Consultant will advance the horizontal layout of roadway elements, including sidewalk and shared-use paths. Vertical layout of roadway elements will be updated to include profiles along each alignment and at intersections and driveways. Modeling will not include superelevations and tapers. Modeling will not include fine grading at intersections, curb returns, or curb ramps. Base map will be developed with lidar photogrammetry limiting design detail for the effort. City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 12 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Assumptions Amendment 5 includes the design for the items listed below for Alternative 2i: • Preliminary design of 324th four-lane bridge with braided ramps as a modified interchange with 1-5/ S 320th interchange. Preliminary design includes roundabouts at 1-5 ramps and S 324`h. Preliminary design of a DDI will be required to not preclude it in the future. • Realignment of 324th from current design will be required due to BPA redesign. • Preliminary design of a DDI will be required to not preclude it in the future. • Preliminary design for roundabouts at 23rd S/S 324th and 324th/Weyerhaeuser. • Preliminary design for two to three lanes on S 324th from 1-5 to Weyerhaeuser. • Preliminary design for five lanes on S 324th from SR 99 to 23rd S. • Preliminary design of intersection improvements at SR 99 and S 324th Street focused on solution that manages westbound queues.This includes an added SB and NB left-turn lane. Continue monitoring for the need for an NB right-turn lane. • Preliminary design for HOV lanes from 1-5 to Military Road and will drop into existing right-turn lane. • Preliminary design for a retained right-turn lane eastbound between 25th and the SB on-ramp in addition to the HOV lane. • This project does not include intersection improvements at SR 99/S 320th Street and Military Road/ S 320th Street. Assumptions include: • 320th Bridge Replace existing bridge for extra lane and multimodal facilities. New width across 1-5 will accommodate CCA improvements and 20 feet(to be verified with Compatibility Report from ST/ WSDOT)for future widening of 1-5. Match into existing 1-5. Sidewalks/paths will follow existing roads—may both be less than 5 percent. WSDOT may require additional widening to accommodate stormwater conveyance. > Sidewalk on bridge to be on north side of bridge. • 324th Bridge > Construct new bridge; span lengths to accommodate future 1-5. Roundabouts at 1-5 to be in final location. > Bridge structures for the braided ramps to be in final—1-5 widening location. Designed to not preclude a diverging diamond (which will require the design of both alternatives). Will meet ADA for new road. Will include multimodal path on the north side and sidewalk on the south side. City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 13 March 2020 City Center Access Project Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) > WSDOT standards may require additional lane width to accommodate stormwater conveyance. > Design will be based on BPA design of relocated towers. • Preliminary impacts to the park-and-ride would be understood, and potential areas for the relocation will be identified. Redesign of the parking lot is not included in this scope of work.The design will be accomplished in the current version of InRoads in use at WSDOT. • Microstation and InRoads will be the main design platforms. At the end of the project, design files will be translated into AutoCAD/Civil 3D and provided to the City. • 11-inch by 17-inch plan sets will not be developed. PDFs of the project area showing aerial, project layout, critical areas, and impact area. • A project phasing plan will be a one-page excel document that will show project packages, approximate cost, and year to be constructed to support City's decision-making for project funding. • Right-of-way estimates will be developed using the existing GIS data on property lines. It is understood that the GIS data could be+/-10 feet off real property line.With this understanding, a contingency factor will be placed within the estimate. • Three rounds of review and updates for deliverables, including City,WSDOT, and FHWA reviews. Deliverables • Project footprint exhibit will be provided in roll plot form (up to eight PDFs).This will include the aerial, roadway, stormwater footprint, critical areas, existing right-of-way, and appropriate descriptive labeling. • Potential Areas for Park and Ride Relocation Exhibit. • Forward Compatibility Exhibit with DDI Roll Plot. • Preliminary Profile Exhibits and Roadway Model Cross-Sections(50-foot intervals). • Plan sheets as a direct result of Inroads output with WSDOT.xin file for verification of layout. • One draft and final engineer's estimate of construction (Excel workbook and backup notebook documentation) • Project Phasing plan (Excel workbook). Subtask 33.2 — Design Verification The Consultant will continue to work with the Study Support team that was started in conceptual design portion of the project to coordinate the advancement of the preliminary design. The Consultant will develop the Basis of Design, design parameters, design analyses, and a safety analysis. Prepare Basis of Design Document per WSDOT Design Manual 300.06(2) and 1100. The Consultant will prepare a Basis of Design document using the template and instructions found at www.wsdot.wa.,gov/Design/Support.htm. Prepare Crash Analysis Report(WSDOT Design Select design elements in cooperation with the City and WSDOT and prepare a Project Design Parameters template as found at www.wsdot.wa.gov/Design/Sulopor-t.htm. Lane- City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 14 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) and shoulder-width dimensions will use Operational Analysis (HSM and HCM) methods using crash analysis data prepared herein. Safety Analysis (WSDOT Design Manual 321) The Consultant shall develop the following to support design analyses (deviations): • Meet with Headquarters Safety Technical Group to verify the scope of safety analysis according to Design Manual 321.04 and Section 8.1 of the Safety Analysis Guide. • Prepare an ISATe (Interstate Safety Analysis Tool enhanced) analysis to assess differing lane/shoulder widths.Summarize the predicted collisions. • Prepare a WSDOT Crash Modification Factors spreadsheet template to assess differing lane/shoulder widths.Summarize the predicted collisions. • Prepare a Crash Analysis Report per Design Manual 321.08(1). Prepare Design Parameters (WSDOT Design Manual 300.06) Prepare Design Parameters document for horizontal and vertical alignments and for widths of elements for WSDOT facilities. It is anticipated that elements not having a large impact on the project footprint will not be designed.The Consultant shall use the template found at www.wsdot.wa.gov/design/supr)ort,htm. Prepare Design Analysis (WSDOT Design Manual 300.06(4) and 1106.04(2)) Prepare variance requests if needed using the template found at www,wsdot.wa.gov/design/support.htm,such as: • Travel-lane width. • Shoulder width (left and right). Assumptions • WSDOT will provide crash data from the Safety Analyst and Collision Data Mart for Consultant's use. • WSDOT will provide a Crash Analysis Report(CAR)template and instructions from httg://wwwi.wsdot.wa.gov/riskmanagement/`shs/safetvtools,htm. Two review cycles for each document, including City and WSDOT. Deliverables • Draft and Final Basis of Design (electronic). • Draft and Final Safety Analysis. • Draft and Final Design Parameters. ■ Draft and Final Design Analyses(two are assumed). City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 15 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Subtask 33.3—Stormwater Design and Report The stormwater design and report will be conducted only on the preferred alternative (Alternative 2i) and will be based on the stormwater design criteria and stormwater screening developed as part of the conceptual design portion of the project. The Consultant will review geotechnical information obtained by the geotechnical engineer during the conceptual design portion of the project for parameters related to stormwater BMP selection and design. Stormwater BMP selection and design will be updated in future design phases as additional geotechnical information is obtained. The Consultant will compile stormwater design information for use by the Environmental Team to perform the HI-RUN analyses.The Environmental Team will perform the HI-RUN analyses under Task 34.3. The Consultant will prepare a draft Preferred Alternative Stormwater Report that includes analyses of each TDA within the project area of the Preferred Alternative and will prepare a planning level opinion of cost.The draft Preferred Alternative Stormwater Report will be prepared based on the format of a Technical Information Report (TIR) and reflect the analyses for all TDAs regardless of jurisdiction.A separate report for King County or WSDOT is not included.The TIR format will reflect sections applicable for preliminary engineering. The Consultant will coordinate with WSDOT to obtain design criteria and record drawings for the three existing WSDOT stormwater facilities noted in the Assumptions below.The Consultant will coordinate with WSDOT to determine applicable requirements if the facilities are modified due to encroachment impacts associated with proposed ramps. The Consultant will meet with the City staff to discuss City comments on draft Preferred Alternative Stormwater Report. The Consultant will prepare a final Preferred Alternative Stormwater Report. Deliverables ■ Preferred Alternative Stormwater Report(draft PDF and final paper and PDF). Assumptions ■ Based on prior project phases,the Preferred Alternative (Alternative 2i) may include up to the following number of new stormwater facilities: > Facilities owned, operated, and maintained by the City: Up to six. In areas of existing development, facilities will be designed as underground facilities to provide enhanced treatment. In areas not currently developed,facilities will be designed as open facilities to provide enhanced treatment. > Facilities owned, operated, and maintained by King County: Up to four. In areas of existing development,facilities will be designed as underground facilities to provide enhanced treatment. In areas not currently developed,facilities will be designed as open facilities to provide enhanced treatment. • Facilities owned, operated, and maintained by WSDOT: Up to eight. Facilities will be designed as open facilities to provide enhanced treatment. ■ Open stormwater management facilities will be designed as combined stormwater treatment wetlands/ detention ponds. City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 16 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) • Underground stormwater management facilities will be designed using a two-facility treatment train.The use of proprietary treatment BMPs will be determined in future design phases. • There will be no stormwater pump stations. • There will be a separate WWHM2012 or separate MGS Flood analysis for each stormwater facility due to the variability in site constraints and elevation constraints. Facility footprints will not be pro rated based on a sample analysis. e Stormwater analyses for areas within City jurisdiction will be based on the 2016 King County Surface Water Design Manual and errata and the 2016 Federal Way Addendum to the King County Surface Water Design Manual. • Stormwater analyses for areas within County jurisdiction will be based on the 2016 King County Surface Water Design Manual and errata. • Stormwater analyses for areas within WSDOT right-of-way will be based on the 2014 Highway Runoff Manual and the February 2016 Supplement. • Detailed geotechnical site investigation will be performed for the Preferred Alternative in future design phases. LID BMPs are assumed to not be technically feasible. • Areas within King County are within King County's Urban Growth Area and will be considered a "Small Road Improvement and Urban Road Improvement Project." • Stormwater design documentation for the HI-RUN analyses will be prepared for up to 14 Threshold Discharge Areas. • The Preferred Alternative Stormwater Report will include the following: > Project Overview. Conditions and Requirements summary. > Offsite Analysis based on Level 1 Analysis. > Preliminary Flow Control, LID, and Water Quality Facility Analysis and Design. Preliminary Conveyance System Analysis and Design. > Identification of Special Reports and Studies. > Identification of Other Permits. > TIR Worksheet for each TDA. Only sections relevant to preliminary engineering will be included. > Off-Site Analysis Drainage System Table. Preliminary Water Quality Facility Sizing Worksheets for applicable BMPs. > Preliminary Flow Control and Water Quality Facility Summary Sheet for each TDA. • The overall project vicinity map will be adapted to title block for the TIR. > The drainage subarea exhibits will be enlarged from the main delineation CADD files, with callouts added.There may be multiple TDAs shown on a single map. > The soil mapping exhibits will use the drainage subarea exhibits as a base and then soil mapping added from the NRCS website and/or information from Shannon &Wilson. City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 17 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) • The Preferred Alternative Stormwater Report will be up to 500 pages, including exhibits and appendices. • Erosion control and stormwater pollution prevention planning for construction will be addressed in future design phases. • The existing WSDOT stormwater facility in the northwest corner of the I-S/S 320th Street interchange will not be impacted. • The existing WSDOT stormwater facility in the southeast corner of the 1-5/S 320th Street interchange will be mitigated for area and volume impacts due to proposed ramp encroachment by an equal area and volume adjacent to the existing stormwater facility. • The existing WSDOT stormwater facility on the east side of 1-5 at the proposed S 324th Street crossing will be mitigated for area and volume impacts due to the proposed ramp encroachment by an equal area and volume adjacent to the existing stormwater facility. • Conveyance analysis and design will be based on the WSDOT conveyance spreadsheet.The analysis will be to support the conveyance systems to route stormwater from proposed improvements to proposed stormwater facilities and to discharge locations. Network modeling, if required, can be performed in future design phases. • The Level 1 Downstream Analysis will be limited to support the Preliminary Engineering as follows: Email or telephone conversation with City and WSDOT to determine the location of any existing conveyance problems within 1/4 mile of the project area. • Review information available through King County Map for existing problems or areas of concern that may impact stormwater design. • Field observations and photographs at proposed stormwater facility locations to determine existing problems or constraints that may impact stormwater facility design. Subtask 33.4— Preliminary Structural Design Conceptual Wall Design The Consultant will provide conceptual retaining wall location and likely type required to accommodate the proposed improvements on the plans and for use in determination of cost, impact area, and environmental effect. Assumptions • No wall plans will be provided;walls will be identified in the Project Footprint Exhibit defined in Subtask 33.1. • Preliminary geotechnical information will be used from Shannon &Wilson to identify wall type for costs. Deliverables • Wall location and type will be included in project footprint as defined under subtask 33.1 City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 18 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Noise Wall Design The Consultant will provide preliminary noise wall location(s) and height(s) required to accommodate the proposed improvement. Noise wall information will be derived from the technical noise study provided in Section 34.2,subsection b. Assumptions • It is anticipated that a noise wall will be required at the northbound 1-5 off-ramp and on the northbound 1-5 on-ramp, in part to replace the existing berm currently shielding residences from 1-5 and also to prevent any noise impacts from traffic along S 342th Street. • Other noise walls may be required as necessary based on the results of the study, including residences at the intersection of S 3201h Street and Military Road. • General noise wall details to include wall start and end points and top of wall elevations will be produced and provided in the Noise Technical Report(see 34.2b). • No noise wall foundation or connection design will be provided at this design stage. Subtask 33.5— Utility Location Subsurface utility locations for BP oil line will be determined to support the preliminary design based on the preferred alternative.The consultant will request other utilities' as-builts for a cursory determination of buried utilities. Assumptions • Utility location for BP will be done by a single utility location firm as part of the Consultant's contract. As-builts will be provided by all public and private utilities within the project limits. Deliverables • Utility Coordination Log. • Subsurface Utility Location Report. 33.6 — Base Map Update for Preliminary Design The base map will be updated with aerial mapping with lidar and photogrammetry.The lidar will provide topographic information suitable to provide 1-foot contours.This work includes 2 weeks of additional on-ground field survey to pick up existing stormwater facility culverts and manhole inverts as well as critical area delineations. Supplemental survey for final design will be completed at a later phase. Assumptions • Survey efforts will be limited to the level of design needed to support the preliminary design of the preferred alternative for environmental documentation efforts. City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 19 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Deliverables • Updated Microstation base map that includes all areas needed for the preferred alternative, including an updated surface for use in InRoads. • Updated base map in AutoCAD Civil 3D format with DTM surface. Subtask 33.7— Rights of Entry The Consultant will maintain the Right of Entry Poster and Excel spreadsheet identifying parcels for which rights of entry (ROE) are needed and granted as well as notes about conditions of entry. Assumptions • The City will secure the ROE. Deliverables • Poster map and spreadsheet with parcel numbers, addresses, and owners submitted electronically with updates. Task 34 — Environmental Documentation Environmental documentation is intended to address compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA),the State Environmental Policy Act(SEPA), Section 7 of Endangered Species Act(ESA), and Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. Subtask 34.1 —SEPA Checklist SEPA approval will be led by the City of Federal Way.The City plans on adopting NEPA for SEPA. Assumptions • No additional information will be needed by the Consulted. Deliverables • No deliverable required. Subtask 34.2— Documented Categorical Exclusion This scope of work assumes that a Documented Categorical Exclusion (DCE)will be prepared in compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act(NEPA). The Consultant will provide detailed analyses pertaining to ecological resources, noise, hazardous waste, and protected populations (Environmental Justice) in support of the DCE.The results of the analyses will be submitted in draft, revised draft, and final reports. Detailed analyses regarding endangered species are covered under Task 2, and cultural resources are covered in Task 3.These analyses will focus on the impacts that may result from the preferred alternative.The work will culminate with the preparation of a NEPA Categorical Exclusion Documentation Form. a. Ecological Resources City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 20 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) The Consultant will redelineate wetlands within 300 feet of the preferred alternative, applying methods specified in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)Wetlands Delineation Manual (Environmental Laboratory 1987) and the Regional Supplement to the Corps of Engineers Wetland Delineation Manual:Western Mountains,Valleys, and Coast Region (Version 2.0) (USACE 2010).The Consultant will identify wetland boundaries in the field and mark them with numbered flagging.The Consultant will have all wetland flag locations instrument-surveyed by professional land surveyors. The Consultant will classify wetlands according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service(USFWS) and hydrogeomorphic(HGM) classification systems and rate them according to the applicable local jurisdiction's critical areas ordinance and the currently accepted version of the Washington State Wetland Rating System. The Consultant will reclassify streams and identify ordinary high water mark for each.The Consultant will collect incidental observations of other sensitive resources in the study area during the wetland delineation. The Consultant will prepare an ecological report to document resources identified within the WSDOT and local rights-of-way.The Consultant's CADD staff will generate figures, buffer areas, and potential impact area estimates. b. Noise Noise The Consultant will conduct noise analysis based on the guidelines presented in the current Federal Aid Policy Guide,Sub-chapter H, Part 772, Procedures for Abatement of Highway Traffic Noise and Construction Noise(Federal Highway Administration [FHWA] 2010) and the 2011 Traffic Noise Policy and Procedures (Washington State Department of Transportation [WSDOT] 2012). Prior to starting the study,the Consultant will discuss the project with the City and WSDOT to identify any potential issues and review potential monitoring and modeling locations. A reconnaissance of the project area will be performed by the Consultant to identify the land uses and locate noise-sensitive properties in the project area as described in the Procedures for Abatement of Highway Traffic Noise and Construction Noise. Physical and terrain features that affect noise propagation and features that may be altered during construction will be identified. Noise measurements and traffic counts will be conducted at six to eight selected locations along the project area to validate the traffic noise model and to ensure complete description of existing noise levels that are representative of the land uses in the project area. Measurements near existing active roadways will be conducted for a 15-minute sampling period during daytime off-peak hours(10 a.m. to 4 p.m.)when traffic is moving freely.Traffic counts and FHWA modeling classifications will be conducted concurrently with the noise measurements. Noise sources will be noted, and those that may interfere with future determination of noise abatement will be identified. Photos and diagrams of the monitoring sessions will be included for reference. Traffic noise levels at each traffic noise measurement site will be predicted using the FHWA Traffic Noise Model (TNM)version 2.5 for model validation.The predictions will use the existing roadway configurations and the traffic counts from the noise measurement survey.The sound level predictions from TNM will be compared with the measured sound levels to reach close agreement of ±2 decibels(dB). City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 21 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Based on site visits, review of aerial mapping, and land use inspection, a set of representative noise modeling sites will be located throughout the project area. Frequently, one noise modeling site can be used to represent several nearby locations expected to have similar or slightly lower noise levels than the modeling site.The number of modeling sites will be sufficient to accurately predict existing and future (year 2040) No-Build and future Build traffic noise levels, identify potential traffic noise impacts, and evaluate traffic noise abatement measures. Based on review of the overall project area using recent aerial mapping and land use data, it is estimated that between 30 and 50 modeling sites will be necessary to provide a comprehensive noise analysis and provide sufficient data for assumed noise wall optimization analysis. Using the validated noise model, existing peak hour traffic volumes will be used with posted speed limits to calculate existing peak hour noise levels at each of the modeling sites.Traffic noise level projections will also be performed for the same sites using the future No-Build traffic volumes.These predicted noise levels will be used for comparison with the future Build noise levels and to aid in the understanding of the potential change in project area noise levels. Future Build noise levels during peak hour will be modeled at the selected noise-sensitive sites,with the proposed new and improved roadways and ancillary facilities included.The future Build traffic noise levels will be compared to the approach or exceed and substantial increase noise criteria using the WSDOT policy. For residences, noise impacts occur if future traffic noise levels approach or exceed 66 dBA(A-weighted decibels) Leq (equivalent sound level) during peak hours or if noise levels increase by 10 dB or more over the existing condition modeled noise levels. Using the modeled noise levels, project-related traffic noise impacts will be identified. In accordance with FHWA and WSDOT requirements, noise abatement measures will be considered at locations along the alignments where traffic noise impacts are predicted.The noise abatement analysis will provide location, length, height, profile, estimated cost(using WSDOT policy), and number of benefiting noise-sensitive properties for each proposed barrier.This information will be used to show compliance with WSDOT criteria for reasonable and feasible noise abatement for any recommended noise barriers. For those areas with noise impacts and no recommended noise abatement measures,the analysis will provide a discussion for these impacts and specifically note reasons for not including any noise abatement. Construction activities that may cause annoyance at nearby noise-sensitive land uses will be qualitatively assessed in accordance with WSDOT procedures. Local laws applying to construction noise will be discussed and included in the Noise Report described below. A Noise Report summarizing the finding of the noise study will be prepared by the Consultant and will follow WSDOT requirements for traffic noise studies.The report contents will include an introduction to acoustics and a discussion of land use, analysis methodology, existing noise levels,future No-Build and Build noise levels, noise impacts, and noise abatement analysis and mitigation recommendations for locations with impacts.The report will follow WSDOT policy for a traffic noise technical analysis. It will provide existing and proposed alignments on vicinity-scale maps. Impacts, monitoring locations, and sensitive receivers will be shown on area maps at an appropriate scale.Tables,with comparisons, will be prepared to aid in the understanding of project impacts and mitigation.A discussion of potential impacts to future land uses in the context of existing and planned land uses will be provided. Construction noise impacts and local regulations, as described above, will be discussed. Assumptions: City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 22 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) 1. The study area will begin in the north end just south of S 317th Street and continue south to S 336th Street(end of existing noise wall/berm combination). It is assumed that the existing noise wall would be integrated with any new noise abatement along the west side of 1-5.The east-west study area would be between Pacific Highway on the westside, and Military Road at S 320th Street on the west side.This will include the residential area at the east end of the corridor at Military Road (537th Place and S 322 Street). 2. CAD files in AutoCAD or MicroStation for the existing roadway alignment and proposed roadway alignment, including aerial photo(s) and topographical information,will be utilized in the analysis.As-builts for existing noise walls and earth berms along the west side of 1-5 from S 324th Street and S 333rd Street may also be required. 3. Traffic data, including turning movements for major arterial cross streets, is required.The traffic data will include existing;future No-Build; and future Build volumes,speeds, and percentage of vehicle types (e.g., passenger vehicles, medium trucks, and heavy trucks). Roadways and highways necessary will include north-and southbound traffic on 1-5, including all on/off-ramp traffic.Traffic along arterial roadways will include S 320th Street,S 324th Street, 23rd Avenue S, and Gateway Center Boulevard S. c, Hazardous Materials Based on a more detailed look at the preferred alternative and potential methods of construction, the Consultant will evaluate the potential for the project to encounter hazardous materials.The consultant will review the hazardous material information identified by Environmental Data Resources (EDR) and the online Washington State Department of Ecology(Ecology) Cleanup Site Search Tool.Then the consultant will prepare a brief technical memorandum that identifies any sites within 1/2 mile of the project area and describe why these sites are unlikely to be encountered during construction.The findings will be documented in a technical memorandum. d. Environmental Justice Because there are protected populations in the project vicinity, documentation will be prepared in accordance with WSDOT's guidance for Categorically Excluded projects to ensure compliance with environmental justice(EJ) requirements. Demographic data will be obtained through the FHWA- approved "EJScreen" and the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI)websites.The analysis will use WSDOT guidance (TSK 458-d: Determining Project Effect on EJ Populations) and be documented according to the EJ template provided on WSDOT's website. e. Categorical Exclusion Documentation Form The Consultant will prepare a draft NEPA Categorical Exclusion Documentation Form.The form will rely on the findings of the discipline analyses completed as part of this scope of work as well as the preliminary design of the preferred alternative.The City will review and the Consultant will revise the form to address City comments.The City will be responsible for submitting the revised form to WSDOT. Assumptions ■ The project will not adversely affect EJ populations, City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 23 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) • The project will not require supplemental documentation for Section 4(F) or 6(f) (assumed no impacts to Section 4(f) or 6(f) properties), air quality (project not in a current EPA 20-year maintenance area); nor will it require additional supplemental documentation for floodplains (none identified in study area), groundwater(no EPA-mapped sole source aquifers in the study area), energy, land use,visual, or public services. Deliverables • Preliminary draft, revised draft, and final wetland report. • Preliminary draft, revised draft, and final noise analysis technical memorandum. • Preliminary draft, revised draft, and final hazardous materials technical memorandum. • Preliminary draft, revised draft, and final environmental justice memorandum. • Draft and final NEPA Categorical Exclusion Form. Subtask 34.3— Endangered Species Act To comply with Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act(ESA),this scope of work assumes the preparation of a Biological Assessment(BA) addressing the potential impacts of the proposed action on species and habitat that are protected under the ESA. However, as a first step in this scope of work,the Consultant will confirm the appropriate level of documentation with the City and WSDOT. If the analysis finds no potential for effects on ESA-listed species,these findings will be documented in the WSDOT No Effects Assessment format.Such an assessment is typically used for projects that result in a no-effect determination but that require additional documentation and analysis(including projects that create new impervious surfaces and new highway interchanges). A similar level of effort as described here would likely be required to support a no-effect determination. To meet the needs of reviewers at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS),the analysis will be based on at least 30 percent design documents.The BA will be prepared in accordance with the scope and quality requirements in the current version of the WSDOT Advanced Training Manual for Biological Assessment Preparation for Transportation Projects and using WSDOT's biological assessment template. By meeting those requirements,the BA will also meet the requirements of the USFWS's and NMFS's ESA Section 7 Consultation Handbook(1998). Project activities with the potential to affect ESA-listed species include (1) creation of a new highway interchange that could facilitate additional development, and (2) creation of pollution-generating impervious surfaces(PGIS). The BA will include an evaluation of potential direct and indirect effects of the preferred alternative on species that are listed as threatened or endangered under the ESA, species that are proposed for listing, and designated or proposed critical habitat for listed species.The BA will also analyze the effects of interrelated and interdependent actions and will address effects on essential fish habitat (EFH). The analysis will follow WSDOT guidelines for addressing the potential effects of land use changes that may result from the creation of a new highway interchange.The analysis will also address potential changes in pollutant loadings in waters that receive discharges from facilities that detain and treat stormwater from existing and new PGIS in the project area, based on the results of highway runoff modeling.Analysts will use the end-of-pipe loading subroutine of WSDOT's Highway Runoff Dilution and Loading(HI-RUN) model for this exercise. If the results of the loading subroutine trigger the use of the receiving water dilution subroutine,the additional effort associated with using the latter subroutine would be completed under a separate scope and budget. City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 24 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Based on the current status and distribution of ESA-listed and proposed species that may occur in the project action area, it is anticipated that the BA will address two species of fish, both of which are listed as threatened and are under the jurisdiction of NMFS.These are Puget Sound Chinook salmon and the Puget Sound steelhead trout.The BA will also address potential effects on designated critical habitat for these species. Based on the location of the project action area relative to stream reaches where these species have been documented,the potential for project-related effects on these species or their critical habitat is very low.To err on the side of caution,the assumption for this scope of work is that an effects determination of"may affect but not likely to adversely affect" is appropriate for these species and critical habitat.As noted above, a similar level of effort would likely be required to support a no-effect determination. Based on the lack of potentially suitable habitat in the project vicinity,the project is not expected to have the potential for any effects on the following species, all of which are under the jurisdiction of the USFWS: marbled murrelet, streaked horned lark,yellow-billed cuckoo, bull trout, or North American wolverine.The BA will include brief descriptions of the status, range, and habitat requirements of these species,along with an explanation of why no effects are anticipated. In order to present a thorough analysis and to minimize the potential for re-initiation of ESA consultation at a later date,the BA will need to include a detailed description of the proposed action sufficient to complete the effects determination.The Consultant will work with staff from the City of Federal Way to provide the following information to the extent possible or to develop performance specifications in lieu of detailed information: • Detailed project description that includes all pertinent information on construction activities, including construction methods,timing, schedule, and phasing, and a list of all construction equipment required. • Engineering design plans showing locations of all known streams,wetlands,stream crossing structures, and road/bridge alignments. • Location of all staging/stockpile areas, clearly identified and delineated. • The location, and a detailed description, of any in-water/over-water work activities, including the number, size, composition, and location of all temporary/permanent culverts, as well as the footprint of all in- water structures. • Information on stormwater treatment and detention specifications. At a minimum,the Consultant will fully complete the WSDOT ESA Stormwater Checklist before preparing the BA. • A list of proposed water quantity and quality BMPs for project construction and operation. + Conceptual mitigation plans, if available,that address permanent impacts to project area streams and wetlands. The Consultant will submit a first draft of the BA to the City. City staff will review the draft document and provide a single set of nonconflicting comments, either in the form of tracked changes in the Microsoft Word file or as a separate list.After receiving the City's consolidated comments,the Consultant will produce a revised draft BA for City staff review and confirmation that comments have been addressed appropriately.The BA will then be submitted to the agency(FHWA)that will be responsible for coordinating the ESA Section 7 consultation process with NMFS and USFWS. After receiving a set of nonconflicting comments from the agency responsible for consultation,the Consultant will produce a final draft BA. City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 25 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Deliverables • Draft BA. • Revised Draft BA for FHWA. Subtask 34.4— National Historic Preservation Act The Consultant will support compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act by providing the following services (HRA already tasked for this work;this scope replaces Parametrix budget removed in Amendment 4 and supplements HRA's original budget to cover additional area): Define Area of Project Effects(APE)—The Consultant will assist in defining the APE based on the preliminary design of the preferred alternative and prepare a work plan.An aerial map and topographic map of the APE will be included.The Consultant will also assist in drafting formal Section 106 consultation letters on behalf of WSDOT if requested. In keeping with WSDOT's procedures,the City will be responsible for submitting the map to WSDOT and Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (DAHP).This APE is subject to change depending upon refinement of the project design as well as approval of WSDOT and DAHP. Refine Background Research—The Consultant will refine documentation results from background research developed during alternative screening to focus on the preferred alternative. Locate Utilities—Once the APE has been approved, and prior to archaeological fieldwork,the Consultant will arrange for utility locates to meet the requirements of Washington's new Underground Utilities regulations (RCW 19.122).This requires obtaining a locate survey for any type of excavation on public and private property that will exceed 12 inches in depth. A locate service must be notified by the excavator(HRA) at least 2 business days before digging, and the area of proposed excavation must be marked with paint as described in RCW 19.122.030.The Consultant will not mark the area in paint but will provide the locate service with adequate documentation in the form of maps and a text description to complete the survey. Conduct Archaeological Inventory—The Consultant's archaeologists will conduct a surface and, where feasible, subsurface inventory of the APE. For the proposed fieldwork,the Consultant's field staff will consider ground visibility, slope,sediment saturation, and degree of previous disturbance in implementing field survey methods, which is anticipated to consist of one to two transects spaced at up to 40-meter intervals within the APE.The field crew will excavate up to 90 shovel probes where feasible.The Field Supervisor will adjust methods to the field conditions encountered but will not compromise the goal of inventorying the overall project area by one or more methods. In general,shovel probes will measure approximately 35 to 40 centimeters(14 to 15.7 inches) in diameter and will be excavated to sterile soils (e.g.,glacial till or"C" horizon) or until halted by a buried obstacle. Excavated sediments will be screened through 0.25-inch hardware mesh, and additional radial probes will be excavated at 5- to 10-meter intervals to investigate any finds. Basic information will be recorded for each probe on HRA field forms, including final depth,soil color and consistency, and any disturbances. Archaeological materials will be documented and returned to the shovel probe and the probe backfilled. Under this scope, up to one archaeological site or one isolated find will be recorded.As feasible,the Field Supervisor will record survey transects, shovel probe locations, and archaeological resources using a handheld GPS instrument. Survey mapping information will be recorded on field maps and, as appropriate, DAHP resource forms. City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 26 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Refine Architectural Inventory—Once the architectural APE has been approved by WSDOT and DAHP, HRA's architectural historian will commence the inventory and evaluation of the buildings within the APE. At this time, it appears that the APE may include up to a total of 14 buildings over 4S years of age. Recordation will consist of photographing and documenting each building on a Washington state historic properties inventory form (HPI). The buildings will be evaluated for their eligibility to the National Register of Historic Places(NRHP) at a reconnaissance level according to DAHP guidelines. Prepare Cultural Resources Technical Report—The Consultant will prepare a Cultural Resources Technical Report summarizing the results of the project.The report will reflect professional standards for format and content as expressed in DAHP guidelines.The Consultant will submit a draft of the report in PDF format to Parametrix for comment.The Consultant will make revisions to the draft report in response to those comments and will submit a revised draft for submittal to the City. Once the City has commented on the report,the Consultant will make any necessary revisions and submit an electronic version of the final report for submittal to WSDOT and DAHP.The report will include: • A description of the project and applicable laws and regulations. • A summary of the results of the background literature and records research. • The methods used during the fieldwork and the result. • A description of any cultural resources found. • An evaluation of architectural resources over 45 years of age. • A summary assessment of potential effects to any identified historically significant resources and the extent to which the proposed project may affect the resource. • Recommendations for completion of any additional cultural resources compliance obligations stemming from the results of our study. • A summary of project procedures that should be followed in the event of an unanticipated discovery of buried cultural materials or human remains during construction. • References cited. The report will include such tables, maps, photographs, and other graphics as are needed to depict the scope of the study and results. Forms for any recorded resources will be included in an appendix to the report. Assumptions • Consultation with DAHP and the affected tribes will be led by the Federal Highway Administration.The Consultant will provide support. • The City will provide ROE for the project.All ROE will be in place prior to commencement of fieldwork. • Background research and a cultural resource inventory for only one alternative will be conducted. • The Consultant will not be responsible for marking the project area prior to utility locate requests.The Consultant will not begin subsurface fieldwork until an Excavation Confirmation Code is obtained from the locate service and all known utilities are marked, or the Consultant has received direct confirmation from each utility that no facilities are in the project area. Once the Consultant's fieldwork is completed, the Consultant will not be responsible for maintaining the location survey markings. City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 27 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) • The scope provides for up to 90 probes to be excavated in 5 field days by four archaeologists • The scope includes recording up to one archaeological site and/or isolated find. • Up to 10 buildings will be recorded and evaluated for the NRHP at a reconnaissance level. • Only one draft and one final copy of the DCE sections will be prepared. • The APE for the project has not been approved by WSDOT or DAHP. Fieldwork cannot be conducted until the APE has received these approvals. • Teleconferences with the lead agency, DAHP, or the tribes will not exceed 2 hours over the term of the project. • The Consultant will provide a text description of the proposed project to use in the Cultural Resources Technical Report. • The Consultant will provide maps (GIS shapefiles are preferred) of the project area and design plans of the proposed project to HRA in a format that can be adapted for use in its report. • Reporting will not include the preparation of agreement documents (e.g., Memoranda of Agreement). Deliverables • Draft Cultural Resources Technical Report • Final Cultural Resources Technical Report Task 35 —Access Revision Report (ARR) It is assumed all eight policy points will be addressed generally in the ARR as described below.This work effort will be used to document the technical analysis;complete technical reviews by the study support team, including routing the policy points for review and comments; and finalize the packaged ARR.Amendment 4 removed some of these funds, and these funds are replaced in this task. Budget remains in Task 15 to support this work. Subtask 35.1 — Policy Point 3 — Operational and Collision Analyses As described under Task 3, operations analysis will be conducted as agreed upon in the methods and assumption document.The results of local intersection and freeway operational analysis and collision analysis will be documented. Subtask 35.2— Policy Point 4—Access Connections and Design Documentation will be prepared of the geometric design of the proposed improvements, conceptual horizontal and vertical alignments, and conceptual signing and striping plans. Applicable design criteria, including right-of- way and access impacts,will also be discussed. Subtask 35.3— Policy Point 5— Land Use and Transportation Plans Current land use assumptions in the travel demand model will be documented.A discussion of consistency of the proposed improvements with local, regional, and statewide transportation plans will also be prepared.The effort to research and document current plans will occur under this task. City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 28 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task 36 — injunction Culverts (Fish Passage) There are three injunction culverts within the project limits. One crosses 1-5 at the south end of the S 320th interchange ramps,one is located under the northbound on-ramp, and one is under the northbound off-ramp. The Consultant shall develop a Preliminary Hydraulic Design (PHD)for each culvert per the tasks below. Assumptions 7C Final Hydraulic Design (FHD) Report for the three culverts will not be provided under this scope.This would be provided at a later phase of design. Subtask 36.1 — Project Initiation and Field Review The purpose of this task is to conduct project start-up and background field review of the three crossings. Work breakdown: Meet with project design team to discuss project site and kick off project. Conduct site field review, including: • Prepare site and general condition assessment for the crossings. • Prepare a photographic record of the crossings and related stream analyses. • Collect measurable field data, including channel bank-full widths,woody debris recruitment potential, sediment size characterization, and fish resources and habitat assessment. • Locate and document reference reach(es)when applicable. • Prepare a summary of field data collected to be provided in applicable PHD report appendices. Assumptions • One field trip will be made jointly to all locations(four field days assumed). • The Hydraulics Field Report Form will be used to document findings. • Project kickoff meeting will be coordinated with fieldwork. • The City will provide permission to access project areas, if needed. Deliverables There are no deliverables for this task.The results of the field reviews and field form will be included in the PHDs. Subtask 36.2—Survey to Support the PHD Report and Preliminary Design — 1-5 NB Off-Ramp (995299), NB 1-5 On-Ramp (995300), and 1-5 Mainline (992364) The purpose of this task is to complete site surveying and prepare the base map for the refenced crossing. Work breakdown: Prepare a 1 inch=20 feet planimetric base map with 1-foot contours from the survey and mapping information based on fieldwork also collected by Parametrix. City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 29 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Collect field survey data, InRoads files with break lines, DTM files, and 2D MicroStation DGN files. Prepare a base map showing the existing ground topography for each culvert crossing.The base map will be prepared using WSDOT standard symbology and formatted for preparing plan drawings. The base map development will include the following work: Descriptive features and notes will be added as necessary to complete the base map.Such features and notes include the following: • Detailed planimetric mapping will be prepared delineating and providing notations of roadway surfaces, striping,walkways, landscape areas,surface and overhead utilities,fences, drainage structures, ditches, utility boxes and valves,signs, property corner monuments, and trees 12-inches diameter at breast height and larger within the surveyed limits. • Street features,such as curbing, sidewalks,striping, etc. (Striping not surveyed in the center of the roadway due to safety or access concerns will be field-measured if possible. Otherwise, it will be established by referencing aerial photography.) • Review and notation of drainage features;flow lines; ditches; material; length; and diameter of culverts, inlets, and outlets. • Collection of underground utility paint marks by others will be surveyed if visible. • The mapping information will be compiled and prepared in MicroStation to provide a base map for engineering, modeling, and the preparation of plan drawings. Assumptions The centerline (thalweg—deepest part of the creek)for each area listed above will be surveyed to a point to connect to the upstream survey for the southbound crossing, about 500 feet upstream and 500 feet downstream. The fieldwork will be completed in 3 days or less.The City will be responsible for providing or securing site access. Deliverables 1 inch =20 feet planimetric base map with 1-foot contours in Microstation 2D DGN format for each of the sites listed above. InRoads data files of all points surveyed for each site, including right-of-way centerline alignment"ALG,"surface "DTM," and drawing"DGN"files. Subtask 36.3— InRoads/CAD Preliminary Design— 1-5 NB Off-Ramp at S 320th Street Culvert (995299) The purpose of this task is to prepare preliminary design, including size and location,for the referenced crossing replacement structures. Work breakdown: Prepare preliminary drawings for the proposed crossing design. Generally,the type,size, and location of the proposed structure will be selected by the State for the drawings.The preliminary design drawings will be included as an appendix of the PHD and have the following four sheets: City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 30 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) • Existing Plan View, including location, legend, existing structure,topography, roadway key vegetation, aboveground utilities and related structure, and other relevant information. • Proposed Plan View, including proposed channel alignment,grading, channel footprint, key stream structures, proposed crossing structure, and general roadway location. • Proposed Channel Profile, including thalweg profile elevation and slope, streambed thickness, connection to existing channel,structure opening size and low chord, and top of road elevation. • Stream sections and related details, including section width,streambed depth,slopes, and key habitat features (excluding wood). Draft drawings will be prepared. Final draft drawings for inclusion in the PHD will be prepared addressing the consolidated comments. Assumptions • The Design sheets will be prepared using Bentley MicroStation and InRoads Design software-provided configuration,templates, and standards. • The Final Draft drawings will be delivered as an attachment to the PHD; a separate drawing set will not be provided. Deliverables • Draft four-sheet drawing set for review. Subtask 36.4— Preliminary Hydraulic Design (PHD) Report 1-5 NB Off-Ramp at S 320th Street Culvert (995299) The purpose of this task is to prepare the PHD reports, including preliminary design,for the referenced crossing. The PHD provides preliminary information needed to determine the preliminary size and location of the proposed replacement structures. Work breakdown: Prepare the following analyses to provide results to support the PHDs: • Watershed assessment, including site hydrology peak flows using USGS regression analysis (using Stream5tats or equivalent). Peak flows will also be evaluated by a basin model to confirm range of possible results. • Mapped floodplains and potential for change. • Geomorphic assessment; expected to require a minimal analysis for this channel. • Prepare fish resources and site habitat assessment for approximately 500 feet upstream and downstream of the crossing; assess in context of system habitat improvements. • Reference reach analysis (using results of the Task 1 evaluation). • Prepare a hydraulic model using SRH-2D modeling software for the channel reaches using the same segments as described for the habitat assessment, approximately 500 feet upstream and downstream of the crossing. City of Federal Way 554-2441-022March 2020 City Center Access Project 31 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) • Fish passage design methodology and selection. • Stream alignment, channel and structure section, profile, material analysis, habitat feature, and preliminary design. • Prepare preliminary wood recruitment and requirement analysis. • Collect and evaluate floodplain impacts and storage, as applicable. • Review climate resiliency using WDFW Climate Change tool and 2040 and 2080 scenarios. Prepare draft PHD report that includes the following analyses: • Prepare preliminary channel alignment, profile, reconstruction,stream and structure section detail, minimum hydraulic opening, and streambed design. • Prepare LWM concept placement schematic design as a figure in the PHD. • Prepare climate change section as provided in the PHD template or update. • Include and report items prepared in Task 1. • Prepare review draft PHD report. • Prepare draft PHD. Assumptions • Summary of field data collected will be provided in report appendices. • Existing floodplain analyses and modeling will be used for floodplain evaluation.The FEMA HEC-RAS model for the stream system will be used, if available. • Fish resources and habitat assessment will use available data collected and reported by WDFW for this crossing and reach,supplemented by observations during field review.The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation SRH-2D model will be used for hydraulic analysis. No model calibration will be prepared. • Fish passage methodology will apply the 2013 WDFW Water Crossing Design Guidelines(WCDG). • The 8_SA_Agragate analysis will be used for streambed design. • The H_HD template provided by the State, or updates received before intuition of the draft, will be used. • The WDFW climate resiliency method and presentation methods will be used. • The State Hydraulics Section will identify the preferred structure. • Scour analysis will not be prepared for the PHD. • LWM calculations will not be completed for PHD. • One draft PHD will be provided for review. Consolidated review comments will be provided for completion of the draft PHD report. Deliverables • Review draft PHD report for Culvert I-S NB off-ramp at S 320th Street culvert(995299). is Draft PHD report for Culvert 1-5 NB off-ramp at S 320th Street culvert(995299). City of Federal Way 554-2441-022March 2020 City Center Access Project 32 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Subtask 36.5 — InRoads/CAD Preliminary Design— 1-5 NB On-Ramp at S 320th Street Culvert (995300) The purpose of this task is to prepare preliminary design, including size and location,for the referenced crossing replacement structures. Work breakdown: Prepare preliminary drawings for the proposed crossing design.Generally,the type,size, and location of the proposed structure will be selected by the State for the drawings.The preliminary design drawings will be included as an appendix of the PHD and have the following four sheets: • Existing Plan View, including location, legend, existing structure,topography, roadway key vegetation, aboveground utilities and related structure, and other relevant information. • Proposed Plan View, including proposed channel alignment,grading, channel footprint, key stream structures, proposed crossing structure, and general roadway location. • Proposed Channel Profile, including thalweg profile elevation and slope, streambed thickness, connection to existing channel, structure opening size and low chord, and top of road elevation. • Stream sections and related details, including section width,streambed depth,slopes, and key habitat features(excluding wood). Draft drawings for review will be prepared. Final draft drawings for inclusion in the PHD will be prepared addressing the consolidated comments. Assumptions • The Design sheets will be prepared using Bentley MicroStation and InRoads Design software-provided configuration,templates, and standards. • The Final Draft drawings will be delivered as an attachment to the PHD; a separate drawing set will not be provided. Deliverables • Draft four-sheet drawing set for review. Subtask 36.6— Preliminary Hydraulic Design (PHD) Report 1-5 NB On-Ramp at S 320th Street Culvert (995300) The purpose of this task is to prepare the PHD reports, including preliminary design,for the referenced crossing. The PHD provides preliminary information needed to determine the preliminary size and location of the proposed replacement structures. Work breakdown: Prepare the following analyses to provide results to support the PHDs: • Watershed assessment, including site hydrology peak flows using USGS regression analysis (using StreamStats or equivalent). Peak flows will also be evaluated by a basin model to confirm range of possible results. City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 33 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit As SCOPE OF WORK (continued) • Mapped floodplains and potential for change. • Geomorphic assessment; expected to require a minimal analysis for this channel. • Prepare fish resources and site habitat assessment for approximately 500 feet upstream and downstream of the crossing; assess in context of system habitat improvements. • Reference reach analysis (using results of the Task 1 evaluation). • Prepare a hydraulic model using SRH-2D modeling software for the channel reaches using the same segments as described for the habitat assessment, approximately 500 feet upstream and downstream of the crossing. • Fish passage design methodology and selection. • Stream alignment, channel and structure section, profile, material analysis, habitat feature,and preliminary design. • Prepare preliminary wood recruitment and requirement analysis. • Collect and evaluate floodplain impacts and storage, as applicable. • Review climate resiliency using WDFW Climate Change tool and 2040 and 2080 scenarios. Prepare draft PHD report that includes the following analyses: ■ Prepare preliminary channel alignment, profile, reconstruction,stream and structure section detail, minimum hydraulic opening, and streambed design. • Prepare LWM concept placement schematic design as a figure in the PHD. • Prepare climate change section as provided in the PHD template or update. • Include and report items prepared in Task 1. • Prepare review draft PHD report. • Prepare draft PHD. Assumptions • Summary of field data collected will be provided in report appendices. • Existing floodplain analyses and modeling will be used for floodplain evaluation.The FEMA HEC-RAS model for the stream system will be used, if available. • Fish resources and habitat assessment will use available data collected and reported by WDFW for this crossing and reach,supplemented by observations during field review.The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation SRH-2D model will be used for hydraulic analysis. No model calibration will be prepared. • Fish passage methodology will apply the 2013 WDFW Water Crossing Design Guidelines (WCDG). • The 8_SA_Agragate analysis will be used for streambed design • The H_HD template provided by the State, or updates received before intuition of the draft,will be used. • The WDFW climate resiliency method and presentation methods will be used. • The State Hydraulics Section will identify the preferred structure. City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 34 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) • Scour analysis will not be prepared for the PHD. • LWM calculations will not be completed for PHD. • One draft PHD will be provided for review. Consolidated review comments will be provided for completion of the draft PHD report. Deliverables • Review draft PHD report for Culvert 1-5 NB on-ramp at S 320th Street culvert(995300). • Draft PHD report for Culvert 1-5 NB on-ramp at S 320th Street culvert(995300). Subtask 36.7— InRoads/CAD Preliminary Design — 1-5 Mainline South of S 320th Street Culvert (992364) The purpose of this task is to prepare preliminary design, including size and location,for the referenced crossing replacement structure. Work breakdown: Prepare preliminary drawings for the proposed crossing design. Generally,the type,size, and location of the proposed structure will be selected by the State for the drawings.The preliminary design drawings will be included as an appendix of the PHD and have two sets, one for each lane crossing,for a total of 10 sheets: • Existing Plan View, including location, legend, existing structure,topography, roadway key vegetation, aboveground utilities and related structure, and other relevant information. • Proposed Plan View, including proposed channel alignment, grading, channel footprint, key stream structures, proposed crossing structure, and general roadway location. • Proposed Channel Profile, including thalweg profile elevation and slope, streambed thickness, connection to existing channel,structure opening size and low chord, and top of road elevation. • Stream sections and related details (two sheets), including section width,streambed depth,slopes, and key habitat features(excluding wood). Draft drawings for review will be prepared. Final draft drawings for inclusion in the PHD will be prepared addressing the consolidated comments. Assumptions The Design sheets will be prepared using Bentley MicroStation and InRoads Design software with provided configuration,templates, and standards. • The Final Draft drawings will be delivered as an attachment to the PHD; a separate drawing set will not be provided. Deliverables • Draft 10-sheet drawing set for review. City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 35 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Subtask 36.8— Preliminary Hydraulic Design (PHD) Report— 1-5 Mainline South of S 320th Street Culvert (992364) The purpose of this task is to prepare the PHD reports, including preliminary design,for the referenced crossing. The PHD provides preliminary information needed to determine the preliminary size and location of the proposed replacement structures. Work breakdown: Prepare the following analyses to provide results to support the PHDs: • Watershed assessment, including site hydrology peak flows using USGS regression analysis (using StreamStats or equivalent). Peak flows will also be evaluated by a basin model to confirm range of possible results. • Mapped floodplains and potential for change. • Geomorphic assessment; expected to require a minimal analysis for this channel. • Prepare fish resources and site habitat assessment for approximately 500 feet upstream and downstream of the crossing; assess in context of system habitat improvements. • Reference reach analysis (using results of the Task 1 evaluation). • Prepare a hydraulic model using SRH-2D modeling software for the channel reaches using the same segments as described for the habitat assessment, approximately 500 feet upstream and downstream of the crossing. • Fish passage design methodology and selection. • Stream alignment, channel and structure section, profile, material analysis, habitat feature, and preliminary design. • Prepare preliminary wood recruitment and requirement analysis. • Collect and evaluate floodplain impacts and storage, as applicable. • Review climate resiliency using WDFW Climate Change tool and 2040 and 2080 scenarios. Prepare draft PHD report that includes the following analyses: • Prepare preliminary channel alignment, profile, reconstruction,stream and structure section detail, minimum hydraulic opening, and streambed design. • Prepare LWM concept placement schematic design as a figure in the PHD. • Prepare climate change section as provided in the PHD template or update. • Prepare review draft PHD report. • Prepare draft PHD. Assumptions • Summary of field data collected will be provided in report appendices. City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 36 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) • Existing floodplain analyses and modeling will be used for floodplain evaluation.The FEMA HEC-RAS model for the stream system will be used, if available. • Fish resources and habitat assessment will use available data collected and reported by WDFW for this crossing and reach, supplemented by observations during field review. • The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation SRH-21D model will be used for hydraulic analysis. No model calibration will be prepared. • Fish passage methodology will apply the 2013 WDFW Water Crossing Design Guidelines(WCDG). • The 8_SA_Agragate analysis will be used for streambed design. • The H_HD template provided by the State, or updates received before intuition of the draft,will be used. • The WDFW climate resiliency method and presentation methods will be used. • The State Hydraulics Section will identify the preferred structure. • Scour analysis will not be prepared for the PHD. • LWM calculations will not be completed for PHD. • One draft PHD will be provided for review.Consolidated review comments will be provided for completion of the draft PHD report. Deliverables ■ Review draft PHD report for Culvert 1-5 NB mainline south of S 320th Street culvert(992364). • Draft PHD report for 1-5 NB mainline south of S 320th Street culvert(992364). City of Federal Way 554-2441-022 City Center Access Project 37 March 2020 Scope of Work Exhibit A6 EXHIBIT D6 � Washington State Development Division WI/ De artment of Trans rtation Contract Services Office R Po Po sox 4740e Olympia,WA 98504-7408 7345 Underson Way SW Tumwater,WA 98501-6504 TTY:1-800-833-6388 www.wsdot.wa.gov April 27, 2020 Parametrix, Inc. 10193 91h Avenue SE, Suite 100 Puyallup, WA 98374-2215 Subject: Acceptance FYE 2019 ICR—Cognizant Review Dear Holli Moeini: We have accepted your firms FYE 2019 Indirect Cost Rate (ICR) of 179.16% Combined/Corporate (rate includes 0.47% Facilities Capital Cost of Money) based on the"Cognizant Review" from the WSDOT Audit Office. This rate will be applicable for WSDOT Agreements and Local Agency Contracts in Washington only. This rate may be subject to additional review if considered necessary by WSDOT. Your ICR must be updated on an annual basis. Costs billed to agreements/contracts will still be subject to audit of actual costs, based on the terms and conditions of the respective agreement/contract. Any other entity contracting with your firm is responsible for determining the acceptability of the ICR. If you have any questions, feel free to contact our office at (360) 705-7019 or via email consultautrates(a yvsdot.kra.go�. Regards; Jonson, Erik .+ - Apr 28 2020 8:08 AM cosi8n ERIK K. JONSON Contract Services Manager EKJ:ah EXHIBIT D6 AIN11► Washington State Transportation Building Department of Trans P.O Transportation Maple Park Avenue S.E. P.O.Box 47300 Olympia,WA 98504-7300 360-705-7000 TTY:1-800-833-6388 www.wsdot.wa.gov April 20,2020 Holli Moeini,CFO Parametrix,Inc. 1019 39`h Ave. SE, Suite 100 Puyallup,WA 98374-2215 Dear Ms.Moeini: We have performed a cognizant review of the audit, and supporting workpapers,of the Parametrix,Inc. Statement of Direct Labor,Fringe Benefits,and General Overhead for the year ended 1/3/2020 in accordance with our role as Cognizant Agency as defined in 23 U.S.C. 112(b)(2)(c)and 23 CFR 172.3 and 172.7. Clark Nuber P.S.performed the audit. The CPA represented that the audit was conducted in accordance with the Government Auditing Standards, as promulgated by the Comptroller General of the United States of America, and the audit was designed to determine that the indirect cost rate was established in accordance with Cost Principles contained in the Federal Acquisition Regulation,48 CFR Part31. We performed our cognizant review in accordance with the AASHTO Review Program for CPA Audits of Consulting Engineers'Indirect Cost Rates. In connection with our cognizant review,nothing came to our attention that caused us to believe that the audit,and supporting workpapers for the Statement of Direct Labor,Fringe Benefits,and General Overhead,and the related Auditor's Reports,we reviewed did not conform in all material respects to the aforementioned regulations and auditing standards. Accordingly,we recommend acceptance of the following rates: Combined/Corporate: 178.68% Facilities Capital Cost of Money(FCCM): 0.47% Sincerely, Schatzie Harvey, CPA Agreement Compliance Audit Manager cc: Steve McKerney,Director of Internal Audit Jeff Tawney,Acting Assistant Director of Internal Audit Erik Jonson, Contracting Services Manager File EXHIBIT D6 PARAMETRIX,INC. Statement of Direct Labor,Fringe Benefits and General Overhead For the Fiscal Year Ended January 3,2020 General Ledger Balance for the Fiscal Year Ended Unallowable Proposed Description January 3,2020 Expenses Ref. Amount Percent Direct Labor $ 27,865,749 $ - $ 27,865,749 100.00% Fringe Benefits: Vacation,sick leave,holidays 6,343,174 6,343,174 22.76% Payroll taxes 3,858,193 (52,137) E 3,806,056 13.66% Medical insurance 4,672,957 4,672,957 16.77% ESOP retirement plan 4,349,000 4,349,000 15.61% Total Fringe Benefits 19,223,324 (52,137) 19,171,187 68.80% General Overhead: Administrative salaries 9,322,620 (111,865) A 9,210,755 3305% Training salaries 686,122 686,122 2.46% Bonuses/misc.salaries 4,293,044 (604,258) B 3,688,786 13.24% Direct selling salaries 1,077,675 1,077,675 3.87% Bid and proposal salaries 3,404,816 3,404,816 12.22% Advertising expense 246,725 (246,725) C 0.00% Direct selling expenses 206,197 (75,364) D 130,833 0.47% Excise taxes 1,144,232 1,144,232 4.11% Insurance 750,OG4 75G,OG4 2.7196 Office rent 3,687,464 (490) F 3,686,974 13.23% Office expenses and supplies 251,890 (54,318) G 197,572 0,71% Staff appreciation/awards 319,927 (305,560) H 14,367 0.05% Printing,copier/printer supplies 86,201 86,201 0.31% Telephone 442,368 442,368 1.59% Depreciation(including gain/loss on disposal) 1,675,644 1,675,644 6.01% Amortization 1,389 (1,389) 1 0.00% Business meals 55,856 (55,856) J 0.00% Auto expense 485,910 (21,634) K 464,276 1.67% Billed in-house autos (358,584) (358,584) -1.29% Office travel 649,502 (122,845) L 526,657 1.89% Subscriptions,library material 59,560 59,560 011% Dues 127,086 (17,328) M 109,758 0.39% Donations 78,930 (78,930) N 0.00% Professional licenses 26,921 26,921 010% Postage,couriers,freight 34,849 34,849 0.13% Training/education 572,040 (34,797) 0 537,243 1.93% Field equipment/supplies 31,003 31,003 0.11% Survey equipment/supplies 118,602 118,602 0.43% Health and safety equipment/supplies 17,202 17,202 0.06% Billed in-house equipment (299,998) (2990998) -1.08% Office furniture 33,492 33,492 0.12% Office equipment 221,201 (680) P 220,521 0.79% Computer supplies,circuits 240,185 240,185 0.86% Software/maintenance 1,712,864 1,712,864 6.15% Recruiting costs 124,246 (38) Q 124,208 0.45% Payroll,legal&audit 399,321 (229,243) R 170,078 0.61% Consulting services 536,726 (70,000) S 466,726 1.67% Bad debts 69,500 (69,500) T 0.00% Office moving/remodeling 15,041 15,041 0.05% Personal property taxes 41,449 41,449 0.15% Utilities/building maintenance 93,361 93,361 0.34% Finance,bank charges 36,059 (3,768) U 32,291 0.12% Total General Overhead 32,724,702 (2,104,588) 30,620,114 109.88% Total Indirect Costs $ 51,948,026 $ (2,156,725) $ 49,791,301 178.68% Percentage of Direct Labor(Less FCC) 186.42% 178.68% Facilities cost of capital(FCC) 132,356 V 132,356 0.47% $ 49,923,657 Percentage of Direct Labor(Includes FCC) 179.16% See accompanying notes. 3 EXHIBIT D6 PARAMETRIX,INC. Statement of Direct Labor,Fringe Benefits and General Overhead(Continued) For the Fiscal Year Ended January 3,2020 References A. Labor costs incurred in defense of contract performance issues per 48 CFR 31.205-47(f)(5)(A);Collection costs unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-3;Organizational cost pertaining to acquisition per 31.205-27. B. Share value based bonuses unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-6(i); Limitation on allowability of senior executives compensation per 48 CFR 31.205-6(p).Personal vehicle use unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-6(m)(2).Gifts unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-13(b). C. Nonallowable public relations and advertising costs per 31.205-1; Promotional materials unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-1(f)(5). D. Entertainment unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-14;Alcohol unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-51;Excess lodging and per diem unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-46. E. Fringe benefits associated with labor deemed unallowable per 48 CFR 31.201-6(a). F. Prior period cost unallowable per 31.203(g). G. Gift unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-13(b). H. Entertainment unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-14;Gifts unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-13(b);Alcohol unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-51. I. Amortization unallowable per 48 CFR 31-205.49. J. Entertainment unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-14;Alcohol unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-51. K. Personal vehicle use unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-6(m)(2). L. Entertainment unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-14;Alcohol unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-51;Excess lodging and per diem unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-46. M. Dues to social clubs unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-1(f)(7),31.205-14; Lobbying unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-22(c). N. Donations unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-8. O. Entertainment unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-14;Alcohol unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-51;Excess lodging and per diem unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-46. P. Prior period cost unallowable per 31.203(g). Q. Excess lodging and per diem unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-46; Entertainment unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-14. R. Legal costs incurred in defense of contract performance issues per 48 CFR 31.205-47(f)(5)(A);Organizational Cost pertaining to acquisition per 31.205-27. S. Nonallowable public relations and advertising costs per 31.205-1. T. Bad debt unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-3. U. Interest, late fees unallowable per 48 CFR 31.205-20. V. Cost of money adjustments per 48 CFR 31.205-10(a). See accompanying notes. -4- EXHIBIT D6 PARAMETRIX,INC. Notes to Financial Statement For the Fiscal Year Ended January 3,2020 Note 7-Continued The ESOP Plan provides for cash payments on the appraised value of the stock held by the ESOP for the employee upon termination of employment through a repurchase of shares by the plan or by the Company.The Company obtains valuations of the Company's stock from a qualified independent valuation consultant at year end,and on intervening dates coincident with significant issuances or redemptions of shares.The ESOP plan complies with the applicable requirements of FAR 31.205-6(q). Note 8-Description of Depreciation and Leasing Policies Certain assets are purchased or acquired under capitalized leases and depreciated.Other assets are under operating leases and are considered lease expenses. Both costs are included in the indirect cost pool.The straight-line depreciation method reflected on the Company's financial statement is also used for the indirect cost rate schedule.Since the financial statement amounts included in the indirect cost pool are lower than the amounts used for Federal tax purposes,the amounts included in the indirect cost rate schedule are allowable under FAR 31.205-11(e). Note 9-Description of Related Party Transactions Certain employees have personal usage of company vehicles.The value of personal use of vehicles is determined based on Internal Revenue Code guidelines and included in the employee's taxable wages.Amounts attributable to the personal usage of company vehicles,excluding executives,totaled$11,702 for the year ended January 3,2020 and were disallowed in compliance with FAR 31.205-6(m)(2). Prior to 2018,the Company assumed a lease as part of an acquisition.The associated building is owned by an employee; however,the employee has no direct financial interest in the Company. Note 10-Facilities Capital Cost of Money(FCCM) The cost of money rate has been calculated in accordance with FAR 31.205-10, using average net book values of equipment and facilities multiplied by the average treasury rate for the applicable period. Equipment and facilities include furniture and fixtures,computer equipment,software,vehicles and leasehold improvements.The calculation was made as follows: Average net book value of corporate assets $ 4,235,384 Average treasury rate 3.1250% Computed Facilities Capital $ 132,356 Direct labor base $ 27,865,749 Cost of money rate 0.47% -7- EXHIBIT D6 Certification of Final Indirect Costs Firm Name: Parametrix, Inc. Indirect Cost Rate Proposal: 179.16% Date of Proposal Preparation (mm/dd/yyyy): 03/27/2020 Fiscal Period Covered (mm/dd/yyyy to mm/dd/yyyy): FY 2019(1/5/2019-01/03/2020) 1, the undersigned, certify that I have reviewed the proposal to establish final indirect cost rates for the fiscal period as specified above and to the best of my knowledge and belief. 1.)All costs included in this proposal to establish final indirect cost rates are allowable in accordance with the cost principles of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) of title 48, Code of Federal Regulations(CFR), part 31. 2.) This proposal does not include any costs which are expressly unallowable under the cost principles of the FAR of 48 CFR 31. All known material transactions or events that have occurred affecting the firm's ownership, organization and indirect cost rates have been disclosed. n Signature. Name of Certifying Official* (Print): Holli Moeini Title: Executive Vice President,Chief Financial Officer Date of Certification (mm/dd/yyyy): 03/27/2020 *The"Certifying Official"must be an individual executive or financial officer of the firm at a level no lower than a Vice President or Chief Financial Officer, or equivalent,who has the authority to represent the financial information utilized to establish the indirect cost rate for use under Agency contracts. Ref. FHWA Directive 4470.1A available on line at: (IL' fi ea ,;Di. 4VfIE SrE _:1,•.,Ci 1ii� iitl 041 Certification;Nov 2010 Client:City of Federal Way Exhibit D6 Project:City Center Access Project no:554-2441-022 Parametrix HRA Michael Mi nor Miller Creek PRR Total Cost Hours Cost Hours Cost Hours Cost Hours Cost Hours Cost Hours $98,737.42 504 $0.00 0 $0.00 0 $0.00 0 $0.00 0 $98,737.42 504 S4,415-92 24 50.00 0 54,415.92 24 $5,491.05 36 $0.00 0 $5,49105 36 $42,718.49 196 $0.00 0 542.718.49 196 $7,783.91 48 $0.00 0 S7.783.91 48 $38,328.05 200 SO.00 0 $38.328.05 200 $63,715.16 348 $0.00 10 $0.00 1 0 $0.00 1 0 $90,912.17 763 5154,627.32 1111 S3252.12 12 $11,671.59 77 $14,9?371 89 $14,736.54 88 $9,698.54 84 $24,435.08 172 $19,12810 88 $31,367.46 265 $50,495.56 353 S2-168.08 8 54,190.56 37 $6,358.63 4S S10,72785 92 $18.961.53 158 $29,689.39 250 57.376.06 32 57,789.95 69 $15,166.02 101 SS.242 36 24 $1,793.72 21 $7.036.08 45 $1,084.04 4 $5,438.82 52 $6,522.86 56 $128,024.61 584 $0.00 0 $0.00 0 50.00 0 50.00 0 $128,024.61 S94 537.332 40 178 $37,33240 178 58.172.77 42 58,172,77 42 S16.33280 74 $16,33280 74 S21.46096 98 $21,46096 98 S16.01968 72 $16,019.68 72 520.981.82 80 $20,981.82 80 57.724.18 40 $7,724.18 40 $41,747.98 248 S0.0o 0 $0.00 0 $0.00 0 $0.00 0 $41,747.98 248 511,71617 72 531.716.17 72 $30,031.80 176 $30.031.80 176 $360,204.17 2260 $0.00 0 $0.00 0 $51,293.00 0 50.00 0 5411.497.17 2260 5162.752.64 914 5162,752.64 914 556.894.34 322 $56,894.34 327 586.347.21 626 $86,347 21 626 516,479.09 108 $16,479.09 108 S6.338.15 42 $6,338.15 42 S26.78958 220 $51,293.00 $78,082.S8 220 54,603.15 28 $4,603.15 28 $158,223.39 1034 $21,226.15 244 561.209.79 514 $0.00 0 $0.00 0 $240,659.33 1792 50.00 0 50.00 0 $122,305.98 820 $61,209-79 514 5183.515.78 1334 532.298.01 200 $32,298.01 201) $3,619.40 14 $21,226.15 244 $24,845.55 258 $18,433.67 90 $0.00 0 $0.00 1 0 $0,00 0 $0.00 0 $18,433.67 90 511.06:x.20 54 511,060.20 54 54.096-37 20 54.096.37 20 $3,277.10 16 S3.27710 16 $869,086.38 5066 $21.226.15 244 561.209.79 514 551.293.00 0 $90,91217 763 51,093.72749 6589 $10,000.00 $650.00 $29,59200 $39,232.00 $879,086.38 5068 $21,876.15 244 $61,209.79 514 $51,293.00 5119,494.17 763 51,132,959.49 6589 SO.00 Total With Management Reserve $1.132,959.49 Client,City of Federal Way Exhibit D6 Project-city Center AtcL% Project no:554-2441-022. Parametrix HRA Michael Minor Miller Creek PRR Tatal fast Henn C= Hours Cost Houm Cost Hours Co.S. 1•lnwc "bit +1nur. $199,762.13 1410 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 5178,762.13 1410 511;380.47 BA:. 511-378..47 8; 513;936.81112 513,93x.81 112 525.255:52. 152 152 532,057.67 246 53,1.p57.77 ;16 525,256.52 Z2 525-?56.52 152 532.057.67 246 532.057.67 146 S25.BO.52 15; 534,.751.97 206 51.99,762.13 - 0 n 1; 0 0 0 0 5103.71;'.13 SO.W iL'AO 0 $199.762-13 1410 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 5199.762-13 1410 6 c-311 cc3tlon from Previou;To=t. -$133,000.00 Project Total: $1,199,72L62 G,y al feEml Wry FaM1M� m:Cily Cenle X<n Parametrix-Labor z N ' > > ,:-:.•.:-:.... .. ..0 as :+r.. sss.s ss.9] �,. ,,, <,,.. r 1Y Centn a�Wna ��� n1:554]N1.0]1 Parametrix-Labor tN1 fl,.S�ti $w3lsvw .. $1],]9399 5511]391 5651]3 Sr JSo 39 513,04151 551906 5]6]391 m66031 $19,722M SIO 453]]$5,29740 539,15111 S16,136]5 5,,56150 W far io- Am- -1 - -1 S1.m113$14.91430 551,119w$U,MS.31 5,.14144 34$14.11139 lam sam ra.s4 sam san 53un ,am 37436% s11s,;i ,•.l w10 wm Sow Som som woo sow wm sow so. so. A wW ,. ,.,. 3o>e 5193/434 pa, 5141 s4 woo solo so. Sam som Som >1m wm Som som 50m so. woo e.4e f]p,M.11 &l.4tl fkmy. mm ja]n Ws 1M f+W ,aDO fpm $a.m yaw 1CA0 sfi� lam wn�.Cw w�]moi u[ww fMar 44 ' i no:5513u1013 ' Parametrix-Labor - a i 1 68 su 32 3 Oim,:[rry of ilEenl Way E—,ob 2 T T 2 Parametrix-Labor a= r a 3 - A 3+1 o,•r.1 WN �.9C..5159 stl3ae.6 50m wm a1,16104 SCm '.!,n 50m ....0 .].. >JW wm 53.wem all,;6310 rH,s3331 $]004ew W, 31916% 5503 osom 510151=0 5107114 s31e7411 S7131155 516.111 1151.• 1.k 3a,o r .. ,.w-7 a6 $u.774 el $nm Sa.m Sa,399 s9 w m w m $O m w+: w m w m w m $19,2— Sn,917 09 $13-3N S11-7 C 4�1 11 a fvw 3,-uln 34.1u.m 5s l,.a+.1.w s m.tn 4e ua31 50++1 ylti. �r 50m 519.79170 51,91511 $3440309 $3616 ee wm S9,S41m S5,94539 56161..1 5445465 $0m wm $1149019 wm wm pa�y.n. 11010 ,5,160 15 sm5u A $41574 5995 s4 �1,6136 514596 .eW wm 59,On e0 Som wm iral, .ts4 .. .a�. ,a,1.13, .us[HJ9 {c3,n4.4i 4iaal.3a 19.m U,Mlb 4AM4e $4k1ri 11 %P. WO *M 39f1YlI9 Yaw P6w G ?s � Parametrix-Labor 77 ,1 ....:..............n.:...,....r....�._...y.. ...i.i�... ::: lu.: as :U .. ., ii ii ii .__ I I - "1•f" 9 � - Parametrix-Labor - - BJI..uW... $2.'8259 im.e0 53,>e3a $654. 5175831 $193120 S1,96BW 5000 53_.936 559122 5.316 516210 $i.W3e1 1111, 12916% $503 o50W Al. 5126366$1,531 J6 51,69591 5523321 $S31343 $0W 553633 S105923 $63105 5-28 $1,3981] r.1J.,.1±•3'aJll $a.... ,,1B X33,1 .' .,.'.." :.:_>3) .: ':.;2 Som $f2550 wYu 51,u .. ::-I.- ..:.� $O W So W 5-97 $2,61B W $2,658.33 5.132 $1:0635 x1915 82 ,62305 W W SO W ..•.I... 'h 51583+ YJe 16 .411. $119x1 r.:�� :lr •'1.11 -i- SB-615x1 Ilmr /f�6f1.H 13,�1f i1 fE:4+.�2 1l 1. 1,: •1 +.n• "I Client:City of Federal Way Exhibit D6 Project:City Center Access Project no:554-2441-022 v Y (0 U O J Parametrix - Expense Cost Rates'' $10,000.00 Task Subtask Description Expense Total 33 Prelim Engineering for the Preferred Alternative $10,000.00 1 33.1 Preliminary Design �—O 33.3 Design Verification $0.00 33.4 Stormwater Design and Report S0.00 33.5 113reliminary Right of Way Estimate 50.00 33.6 IStructural design S0.00 33.7 Utility Location S10,000.00 1 33.8 Base Map Update for Preliminary Design $0.00 33.9 Rights of Entry $0.00 Total: $10,000.00 1 EXHIBIT E6 AIMIL Washington State Transportation Building Department of Transportation 3'0 Maple Park Avenue S.E. P.O.Box 47300 Oiympia,WA 98504-7300 360-705-7000 TTY:1-800-833-6388 www.wsdot.wa.gov August 12, 2019 SCJ Alliance 8730 Tallon Lane NE, Suite 200 Lacey, WA 98516 Subject: Acceptance Sub-Consultant's Annual ANTE Rate Table Historical Research Associates, Inc. Dear Scott Sawyer: Washington State Department of Transportation(WSDOT) has reviewed and accepted your sub-consultant's proposed Annual ANTE rate table for Agreement Number Y-12164 effective July 1,2019. This acceptance is in accordance with the terms of your agreement with WSDOT. This Annual ANTE rate table may be subject to additional review if considered necessary by WSDOT. If you have any questions, feel free to contact our office at(360)705-7019 or via email consultantrates(az'wsdot.wa.gnv. Regards, ERIK K. JONSON Contract Services Manager EKJ:ah Enclosure: Sub-Consultant's Accepted Annual ANTE Rate Table Cc: Bill Elloitt Accepted Sub-Consultant's Annual ANTE Rate Table EXHIBIT E6 2019 ACTUALS NOT TO EXCEED TABLE(ANTE) Historical Research Associates,Inc. PO Box 7086 Missoula MT 59807-7086 All Inrausive Hourly Job Direct Labor Rate Overhead 150.99% Fixed Fee 26.55% 3l1ine Rate uassificaliuna NTE NTE NTE NTE 34-rninr Ar{.hrrenlogist 543.39 $65.51 $11.52 $126.47. Senior Historian $43.41 $65.54 $11.53 $120.48 Senior Architectural Historian $32.94 $49.74 $8.75 $91.42 Architectural Historian $30.72 $4638 $8.16 $85.26 Project Archaeologist $32.25 $4869 A.5b $89.51 Project Historian $32.43 $48.97 :;8 C1 $90.01 GIS Coordinator/Specialist $33.16 $50.07 $880 $92.03 Research Archaeologist $27.57 $41.63 37 32 $76.52 Research Historian $24.35 $36.77 $6.46 $67.58 Editor/Production Assistant $26.55 $40.09 57.05 $73.69 Project Administrator $29.07 $43.139 $7.72 $80.68 Computer Systems Specialist $39.16 $59.13 y10 40 $108.68 WSDOT Agreement Y-12164 Exhibit E Page 1 of 1 EXHIBIT E6 AML Washington State Transportation Building Department of TNansportation 310 Maple Park Avenue S.E. P.O.Box 47300 Olympia,WA 48504-7300 360-705-7000 TT1".1-800-833-6388 www.wsdot.wa.gov February 7,2019 > Michael Minor,Owner Michael Minor&Associates,Inc. 4923 SE 36"'Ave Portland OR, 97202-4126 Re: Michael Minor&Associates, Inc. Safe Harbor Indirect Cost Rate Extension Dear Mr.Minor: Washington State has received approval from our local Federal Highway Administration(FHWA) Division to continue administering the"safe harbor" indirect cost rate program on engineering and design related service contracts,as well as for Local Public Agency projects. We completed our risk assessment for Michael Minor&Associates,Inc. in September 2016. Our assessment was conducted based on the documentation provided by the firm. The reviewed data included, but was not limited to, a description of the company,basis of accounting,accounting system and the basis of indirect costs. Based on our review,we found the firm eligible to use the Safe Harbor rate. Michael Minor&Associates opted to use the Safe Harbor rate,rather than provide a FAR-compliant rate. Based on further review and discussion with the fine, we are issuing an extension of the Safe Harbor Indirect Cost Rate of 110%of direct labor with a field rate, where applicable,of 80%of direct labor for Michael Minor&Associates. Michael Minor&Associates has agreed to improve Internal Controls and timekeeping processes in order to be able to develop an Indirect Cost Rate Schedule in the future in accordance with the Federal Acquisition Regulations(FAR), Subpart 31. The WSDOT Internal Audit Office has provided guidance and information related to FARs and the AASHTO Audit Guide. You may use the Safe Harbor Rate of 110%,or 80%for field office situations, for agreements entered into prior to June 30,2020. For agreements entered into after this date,please contact the WSDOT Consultant Services Office(CSO)or our office for guidance. The Safe Harbor Rate will not be subject to audit. Please coordinate with CSO or your Local Programs contact if you have questions about when to apply the Safe Harbor rate to your agreement. If you have any questions,please contact me,Jeri Sivertson,or Steve McKerney at(360)705-7003. ---�..TSincerel Schatzie Harvey~ Agreement Compliance Audit Manager cc: Steve McKerney,Director of Internal Audit Jeri Sivertson,Assistant Director of Internal Audit Larry Schofield,MS 47323 File EXHIBIT E6 Washington State Transportation Building artment of Transportation Maple p3rkAvenue S.E. •� �R P.O P.O.Box 47300 O ympia,WA 98504-7200 360-705-7000 TTY:1-800-833-6388 wwm.wsdot.wa.gov January 6, 2020 PRR, Inc. 1501 Fourth Avenue, Suite 550 Seattle, WA 98101 Subject: Acceptance FYE 2018 ICR—CPA Report Dear BJ Foster: We have accepted your firms FYE 2018 Indirect Cost Rate (ICR) of 172.12% of direct labor(rate includes 0.30%Facilities Capital Cost of Money)based on the"Independent CPA Report," prepared by Smith Bunday Berman Britton, P.S. This rate will be applicable for WSDOT Agreements and Local Agency Contracts in Washington only. This rate may be subject to additional review if considered necessary by WSDOT. Your ICR must be updated on an annual basis. Costs billed to agreements/contracts will still be subject to audit of actual costs, based on the terms and conditions of the respective agreement/contract. This was not a cognizant review. Any other entity contracting with the firm is responsible for determining the acceptability of the ICR. If you have any questions, feel free to contact our office at (360) 705-7019 or via email consultantrates(a%)-sdot.%va.gor. Regards; ERIK K. JONSON Contract Services Manager EKJ:ah Acceptance ICR CPA Report EXHIBIT E6 PRR, Inc. 2020 Actuals Not To Exceed (ANTE) Table 15014th Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 Direct Labor Overhead NTE* Fixed Fee NTE y Job Classifications Rate NTE* 172.12 30.00% Hourly Biling Rate % r E Intern $33.65 $57.92 $10.10 $101.66 Junior Administrator $55.00 $94.67 $16.50 $166.17 Consultant 1 $86.52 $148.93 $25.96 $261.41 Senior Administrator $60.10 $103.44 $18.03 $151.56 Consultant II $89.49 $154.02 $26.85 $270.36 Ma,iager $45.91 $79.03 $13.77 $138.71 Senior Consultant $89.49 $154.02 $26.85 $270.36 Associate Director $84.74 $145.85 $25.42 $256.00 Director $44.95 $77.37 $13.49 $135.81 Senior Director $57.69 $99.30 $17.31 $174.30 Confidential PRR, Inc. 2020 ANTE TABLE 2/25/2020 Page 1 EXHIBIT E6 � Washington State Transportation Building 310 M V// Department of Transportation P.O.Booxxl4 300 ParkAvenue S.E. Olympia,VVA 98504-7'00 360-705-7000 TTY:1-800-833-6388 wwrvr.wsdot.wa.gov June 5, 2019 Shannon&Wilson, Inc. P.O.Box 300303 Seattle, WA 98103 Subject: Acceptance FYE 2018 ICR—Cognizant Review Dear Noelani Bevill: We have accepted your firms FYE 2018 Indirect Cost Rate (ICR) of 185.28% of Combined/Corporate (includes Facilities Capital Cost of Money 0.27%) based on the "Cognizant Review" from the WSDOT Audit Office. This rate will be applicable for WSDOT Agreements and Local Agency Contracts in Washington only. This rate may be subject to additional review if considered necessary by WSDOT. Your ICR must be updated on an annual basis. Costs billed to agreements/contracts will still be subject to audit of actual costs, based on the terms and conditions of the respective agreement/contract. Any other entity contracting with your firm is responsible for determining the acceptability of the ICR. If you have any questions, feel free to contact our office at (360) 705-7019 or via email consultantrates ri wsdot.wa.gov. Regards; ERIK K. JONSON Contract Services Manager EKJ:ah Acceptance ICR Cognizant Review EXHIBIT E6 ACTUALS NOT TO EXCEED TABLE(ANTE) City of Federal Way City Center Access Project(#17-134) SHANNON &WILSON, INC. .Ippl�jcrd Burdened Rafe Classification Class Code Direct Overhead Fee Billing Rate Salary Cost 185.28%DSC 30%DSC Range NTE NTE NTE NTE Sr.Vice President/President T27/T28/T29 $90.29 $167.29 $27.09 $284.67 Vice President T25 $80.29 $148.76 $24.09 $253.14 Sr.Associate/Associate T22/T23/T24 $67.14 $124.40 $20.14 $211.68 Sr.Professional II/III T19/T20 $54.00 $100.05 $16.20 $170.25 Senior Professional I T18 $42.31 $78.39 $12.69 $133.39 Professional III/IV T16/T17 $43.44 $80.49 $13.03 $136.96 Professional 1/11 T14/T15 $32.21 $59.68 $9.66 $101.55 Senior Drafter/Technician S17/S19 $41.50 $76.89 $12.45 $130.84 Drafter/Technician S09/S10/S11/S13/S15 $27.64 $51.21 $8.29 $87.14 Administration A15/A17/A19 $39.90 $73.93 $11.97 $125.80 Clerical A07/A09/A10/A11 /A13 $29.03 $53.79 $8.71 $91.53 Invoiced costs may not exceed the NTE rate per classification Billing Multiplier = 1.0 x direct salary cost+1.8528 x direct salary cost+0.3 x direct salary cost=3.1528 x direct salary cost Federal Way#17-134_S&W Page 1 of 1 2/24/2020 Client:City of Federal Way Exhibit E6 Project:City Center Access Project no:554-2441-022 — eu E a a a HRA Labor I1ir ll :.i•1:R.,1, 54339 $434'.. Sunta.N Oc•.crrpnor. l-i E9r Onl.l sr-:l.rYrlr Mfru1: 33 E-is, en;�i r,—, am.rli— 57,64:Sri ?-1 Til 4 30 24 l:3ir is G 51:,5.17.65 52.030.53 S21.226.15 ri- SO-00 V c,..•' .r. -.r.., r- S7.647.96 244 ?, 4 741-ri ,I..-4 ';t•:13.053 $21226.15 I,J4 <d:w'I". Affj flo 50.00 50.00 [.�niir•Vo.ns "51`.'54 2-1 30 4 3!1 24 130 16 6 2 2 •]�'•;-"7L Hours Gircct Labor Totals $7.,54191. S1,3n:70 $173..64 $088.20 4774 uu 53,41A fa 5530.56 4159.30 459.14 $9!!.52 :4141 OH%:150.99% $11,547.65 $1,96544 $262.18 $1,492.08 $1,168.66 $5,41163 $8010: ::54053 $8779 $1,D Fixed Fee:26.55% $2,03053 $34560 $4610 $262.37 $205 SO $95158 $140 8E 54229 $1544 S20 G Total: '$27,2.46.15 53,612.74 $481.92 $2,742.45 52,148.15 $9,9•:�1- SS--17..52 5412.12 5161.36 +: Client:City of Federal Way Exhibit E6 Project:City Center Access Project no:554-2441-022 m v T u y t C d o > E w lJ n HRA- Expense X v CostRatesl $0.58 S0.20 $80.00 $20.00 cask Subtask Description Expense Tote I 34 Environmental Documentation 5650.00 200 175 5 5 $0..00 Total: 1 $650.00 1 200 $CS110 i;i °,115.00 cA5 Vii- $40000 Client:City of Federal Way Exhibit E6 Project:City Center Access Project no:554-2441-022 v 41 I 0 z u Michael Minor&Associates- Labor a a Direct Labor Rates 562.22 S48 00 S3800 533.00 11000% Total Task Subtask Description Labor Dollars U 34 Enviromental Documentation �_ 525.504.08 514 164 238 36 76 $28.,054.49 57.651.22 561.209.79 3.1.2 Documented Categorical Exclusion 525..' _ _ 16 238 � - 36 ! 76 $28,054.49 SX.65S."N2 561.209.79 Project Introduction/Preparation 5440.88 a 4 4 5484.97 5:`332_25 $1,05811 Noise Monitoring $1,963.52 42 16 2 16 52.159..87 S58906 S4.71245 Noise Imoact Ar!c..'p.cis $8.257.28 172 24 120 16 12 39.083-01 $2,47719 519.817 47 Noise Abatern—I 4cslvs,i 53.961.28 80 24 40 4 12 $4.357.41 $1,188.38 $9,50707 Desipn A ,yss54,67280 88 40 40 0 8 73: ,[.1C:-94 '� �'..`�'"` $3,05328 64 24 16 0 24 S7.32787 ' v -ce 1c,-,; 51.892.4036 20 8 0 8 $56772 54,541 76 I ,Kea --ico 5-k.ro:9 $1,262.64 27 12 fl 4 5378.79 $3,03034 Labor Hours 514 164 238 36 76 CiVIXC-l+o�r� Direct Labor Totals $25,504.08 510.204.08 511.424.00 51,368.00 52,508.00 OH%:11000% $28,054.49 $11,224.49 $12,566,40 $1,504.80 $2,758.80 •a:;!ty:" :in SO c!:' Fixed Fee:30% $7,651.22 $3,061.22 $3,427.20 $410.40 $752.40 "'CC. F- 5000 Total: $61,209.79 1$24,489.79 $27,417.60 53,283.20 56,019.20 Sii !0 Client:City of Federal Way Exhibit E6 Project:City Center Access Project no:554-2441-022 Miller Creek Associates - Labor Rate: 551,293.00 Total Task Subtask Description Total Cost Hours 33 Prelim Engineering for the Preferred Alternative $51,293.00 1 $51,293.00 33.7 J 33.8 Base Map Updd r Preliminary Design $51,293.00 33.9 Rights of Entry $0.00 Total $51,293.00 1 1 $51,293.00 Cli—City ofFederal Way ahibil E6 P"j:d..Citv Cen[er Access Pr 554-2"1-022 rR 2 15 is PRR-LABOR E Y Il_r r w p.0 IAI L-il 2a Li W 15 W • .......... 1: 70 23 M 2M 19 101 6 m 38 34 U 12 U L,,,,l L,bw T,,t,,, ',a 23 v -n.Jd ifrf!;u 51.31,9 L•"HOM S1.570.08 51,151)2 ;1.7229: SP65.33 rv,n 5 as $aw 7 7:L. WQC-OH F-c•d sr 1. GVQC.F- A -A 53 471 M16 t!i 2..-t ;•1.32'„2 73,7a9 Client:City of Federal Way Exhibit E6 Project:City Center Access Project no:554-2441-022 0 `o v is c mCU c > a u ro PRR Expense c v Cost: 0.575 1.001 1.00 100.00 Task Subtask Description Cost Total 30.00 Public Involvement and Communications Plan 30.1 Public Involvement Oversight and Project Management 0.00 30.2 Stakeholder Engagement(Design Workshop) $0.00 30.3 Community Events and Engagement 524.032.00 403 2600.00 20000.00 12 30.4 Su000rt Citv Website 50.00 30.5 Public Inforrnabon Materials and Special Graphics-Additional $4,200.00 4000.00 2 30.6 Environmental Justice Outreach $350.00 4 30.7 Comment Management $0.00 30.8 Strategic Assistance 50.00 Total Expensesl$28,582.00 1 $232.00 $6,600,007 $20,000.00 $1,750.00 Exhibit E6 Date 5/15/20 Company Name Michael Minor&Associates,Inc ProposedlCFM Proposed Address: 4923 SE 36th Avenue Fixed Fee -- - Clty/State/Zip (Portland,OR 97202 0.8000 0.3000 Subject:Proposed Hourly Rate Statement Attention:Manager,Consultant Services Office Below are the highest anticipated hourly billing rates for the identified labor classifications. Michael Minor&Associates,Inc certifies they have an accounting system that contains separate accounts or sub-accounts for unallowable costs in accordance with FAR(48 CFR Part 31),and the capacity to track direct costs that are allocable directly to projects. Michael Minor&Associates,Inc also certifies they have a labor-charging/time keeping system that is complete and sufficiently detailed to allow for a proper determination of dlrect and indirect labor costs. Labor Classification® Labor Rate Indirect Fixed Fee® NTE Rate Cost Rate Add Row Principal $62.22 $49.78 $18.67 $130.66 raplQieRrwM Traffic Technical $38.00 $30.40 $11.40 $79.80 CAD-Graphics-Editing $33.00 $26.40 $9.90 $69.30 Respectfully, Signature Title 5/27/2020 Corporations and Charities System Mr t �as-and Charities Filing System = it les BUSINESS INFORMATION Business Name: PARAMETRIX, INC. UBI Number: 600135 349 Business Type: WA PROFIT CORPORATION Business Status: ACTIVE Principal Office Street Address; 1019 39TH AVE SE,SUITE 100, PUYALLUP,WA,98374-2115, UNITED STATES Principal Office Mailing Address: 1019 39TH AVE SE,SUITE 100,PUYALLUP,WA,98374-2115,UNITED STATES Expiration Date: 04/30/2021 Jurisdiction: UNITED STATES,WASHINGTON Formation/Registration Date: 04/26/1974 Period of Duration: PERPETUAL Inactive Date: Nature of Business: PROFESSIONAL,SCIENTIFIC&TECHNICAL SERVICES REGISTERED AGENT INFORMATION https://ccfs.sos_wa.gov/#/BusinessSearch/Businessinformation 1/2 5/27/2020 Corporations and Charities System Registered Agent Name: C T CORPORATION SYSTEM Street Address: 711 CAPITOL WAY S,SUITE 204, OLYMPIA,WA,98501-1267, UNITED STATES MailingAddress: GOVERNORS Title Governors Type Entity Name First Name Last Name GOVERNOR INDIVIDUAL JEFFREY PEACOCK GOVERNOR INDIVIDUAL HOLLI MOEINI Back Filing History Name History Print Return to Business Search https://ccfs.sos.wa.gov/#/BusinessSearch/Businesslnformadon 2/2 CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE DATE(MM/DD/YYYY) 10/16/2019 THIS CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION ONLY AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AFFIRMATIVELY OR NEGATIVELY AMEND, EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES BELOW. THIS CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CONTRACT BETWEEN THE ISSUING INSURER(S), AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OR PRODUCER,AND THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. IMPORTANT: If the certificate holder is an ADDITIONAL INSURED,the policy(ies)must have ADDITIONAL INSURED provisions or be endorsed. If SUBROGATION IS WAIVED, subject to the terms and conditions of the policy, certain policies may require an endorsement. A statement on this certificate does not confer rights to the certificate holder in lieu of such endorsement(s). PRODUCER CONTACT NAME: Dealey, Renton&Associates PHONE FAX P.O.Box 12675 (A/C,No Ft)!510-465-3090 a'c 11a;510-452-2193 tDl?DRE ertificatesia7dPaEe rentDn.cun: Oakland, CA 94604-2675 _apgcss: License#0020739 INSURER(S)AFFORDING COVERAGE NAIC# INSURER A:National Fire Insurance Co of Hartford 20478 INSURED PARAINC-01 INSURER B:Continental Insurance Company 35289 Parametrix, Inc. 1019 39th Ave. SE Suite 100 INSURER C:American Casualty Company of Reading_PA 20427 Puyallup,WA 98374 INSURER D:XL Specialty Insurance Co. 37885 (253)604-6600 INSURER E:Valley Fore Insurance Company. 20508 INSURER F COVERAGES CERTIFICATE NUMBER:1487386517 REVISION NUMBER: THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE POLICIES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERIOD INDICATED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY REQUIREMENT,TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS, EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES.LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS. - INSR ADUL SUf3n POLICY EFF POL[C!EXP LTR TYPE OF INSURANCE L. Wt[O POLICY NUMBER AMM/DD/YYYV 'Cd PA:DDyYYY LIMITS A X COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY Y Y 6050531366 11/1/2019 11/1/2020 EACH OCCURRENCE $1,000,000 f-IAMA(=_ U REN I EL CLAIMS-MADE X OCCUR PRrf•.4kSF3'Eaaccu••uncu) $1,000,0.00 X Contractual Liab MED EXP(Anyone person) __$10,000 X XCU Included -MED &ADV INJURY $1.000.000 G 'L AGGREGATE LIMIT APPLIES PER: GENERAL AGGREGATE $2.000,000 .I-G POLICY X PRO- F LOC rx-, PRODUCTS-COMP/OPAGG $2,000.000 T —_.. _ _.. i'1-HEF 'AA--ant'�.� !EL WA Stop Gap $1,000,000 - j 6050531352 11/1/2019 11/112020 :'`�1 Iv[r1r5ING[.P urAIT $1,000,000 E AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY Y Y X ANY AUTO BODILY INJURY(Per person) $ OWNED SCHEDULED BODILY INJURY(Per accident) $ AUTOS ONLY AUTOS I X HIRED LX NON-OWNED PF, 1 EI?'. 'DA $ AUTOS ONLY AUTOS ONLY Pe eccicpPs�___... _._ B X UMBRELLALIAB OCCUR 6050531433 11/1/2019 11/1/2020 EACH OCCURRENCE $15,000,000 EXCESS LIAB H. CLAIMS-MADE AGGREGATE $15,000,000 DED X , RETENTION$ $ C WORKERS COMPENSATION Y 6050531383 11/1/2019 11/1/2020 X I PER EORTH- WA STOP GAP C AND EMPLOYERS'LIABILITY YIN 6050531402 11/1/2019 11/1/2020 ANYPROPRIETOR/PARTNER/EXECUTIVE ❑ E..L EACH ACCIDENT $1,000,000 OFFICER/MEMBER EXCLUDED? N/A (Mandatory in NH) E.L.DISEASE-EA EMPLOYEE $1,000,000 If as,describe under DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS below E.L.DISEASE-POLICY LIMIT $1,000,000 D Professional Liability DPR9932956 11/1/2019 11/1/2020 Per Claim $1,000,000 Claims Made Annual Aggregate $1,000,000 Pollution Liability Included Retroactive Date: 01/01/1969 DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS/LOCATIONS/VEHICLES(ACORD 101,Additional Remarks Schedule,may be attached if more space is required) Umbrella Liability policy is a follow-form to underlying General Liability/Auto Liability/Employers Liability. Project Name/Number:City Center Access ProjecV554-2441-022 City of Federal Way and Washington State are named as Additional Insured as respects General and Auto Liability as required per written contract or agreement.General Liability is Primary/Non-Contributory per policy form wording. CERTIFICATE HOLDER CANCELLATION SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, NOTICE WILL BE DELIVERED IN City of Federal Way ACCORDANCE WITH THE POLICY PROVISIONS. Attn: Naveen Chandra 33325 8th Avenue South AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE Federal Way WA 98003 ' 1 ©1988-2015 ACORD CORPORATION. All rights reserved. ACORD 25(2016/03) The ACORD name and logo are registered marks of ACORD CNA CNA PARAMOUNT Blanket Additional Insured - Owners, Lessees or Contractors - with Products-Completed Operations Coverage Endorsement This endorsement modifies insurance provided under the following: COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY COVERAGE PART It is understood and agreed as follows: I. The WHO IS AN INSURED section is amended to add as an Insured any person or organization whom the Named Insured is required by written contract to add as an additional insured on this coverage part, including any such person or organization, if any, specifically set forth on the Schedule attachment to this endorsement. However, such person or organization is an Insured only with respect to such person or organization's liability for: A. unless paragraph B.below applies, 1. bodily injury,property damage,or personal and advertising injury caused in whole or in part by the acts or omissions by or on behalf of the Named Insured and in the performance of such Named Insured's ongoing operations as specified in such written contract;or 2. bodily injury or property damage caused in whole or in part by your work and included in the products- completed operations hazard,and only if a. the written contract requires the Named Insured to provide the additional insured such coverage;and b. this coverage part provides such coverage. B. bodily injury, property damage,or personal and advertising injury arising out of your work described in such written contract, but only if: 1. this coverage part provides coverage for bodily injury or property damage included within the products completed operations hazard;and 2. the written contract specifically requires the Named Insured to provide additional insured coverage under the 11-85 or 10-01 edition of CG2010 or the 10-01 edition of CG2037. II. Subject always to the terms and conditions of this policy, including the limits of insurance, the Insurer will not provide such additional insured with: A. coverage broader than required by the written contract;or B. a higher limit of insurance than required by the written contract. III. The insurance granted by this endorsement to the additional insured does not apply to bodily injury, property damage, or personal and advertising injury arising out of: A. the rendering of, or the failure to render, any professional architectural, engineering, or surveying services, including: 1. the preparing, approving, or failing to prepare or approve maps, shop drawings, opinions, reports, surveys, field orders,change orders or drawings and specifications;and 2. supervisory, inspection, architectural or engineering activities;or B. any premises or work for which the additional insured is specifically listed as an additional insured on another endorsement attached to this coverage part. IV. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the section entitled COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY CONDITIONS, the Condition entitled Other Insurance, this insurance is excess of all other insurance available to the additional insured whether on a primary, excess, contingent or any other basis. However, if this insurance is required by written CNA75079XX (1-15) Policy No: 6050531, Page 1 of 2 Endorsement No: 5 Nat'l Fire Ins Co of Hartford Insured Name:PARAMETRIX, INC. Copyright CNA All Rights Reserved. Includes copyrighted material of Insurance Services Office,Inc.,with its permission. CNA CNA PARAMOUNT Blanket Additional Insured - Owners, Lessees or Contractors - with Products-Completed Operations Coverage Endorsement contract to be primary and non-contributory, this insurance will be primary and non-contributory relative solely to insurance on which the additional insured is a named insured. V. Solely with respect to the insurance granted by this endorsement, the section entitled COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY CONDITIONS is amended as follows: The Condition entitled Duties In The Event of Occurrence, Offense, Claim or Suit is amended with the addition of the following: Any additional insured pursuant to this endorsement will as soon as practicable: 1. give the Insurer written notice of any claim, or any occurrence or offense which may result in a claim; 2. except as provided in Paragraph IV. of this endorsement, agree to make available any other insurance the additional insured has for any loss covered under this coverage part; 3. send the Insurer copies of all legal papers received, and otherwise cooperate with the Insurer in the investigation, defense, or settlement of the claim;and 4. tender the defense and indemnity of any claim to any other insurer or self insurer whose policy or program applies to a loss that the Insurer covers under this coverage part. However, if the written contract requires this insurance to be primary and non-contributory, this paragraph (4) does not apply to insurance on which the additional insured is a named insured. The Insurer has no duty to defend or indemnify an additional insured under this endorsement until the Insurer receives written notice of a claim from the additional insured. VI. Solely with respect to the insurance granted by this endorsement, the section entitled DEFINITIONS is amended to add the following definition: Written contract means a written contract or written agreement that requires the Named Insured to make a person or organization an additional insured on this coverage part,provided the contract or agreement: A. is currently in effect or becomes effective during the term of this policy;and B. was executed prior to: 1. the bodily injury or property damage;or 2. the offense that caused the personal and advertising injury for which the additional insured seeks coverage. Any coverage granted by this endorsement shall apply solely to the extent permissible by law. All other terms and conditions of the Policy remain unchanged. This endorsement,which forms a part of and is for attachment to the Policy issued by the designated Insurers,takes effect on the effective date of said Policy at the hour stated in said Policy, unless another effective date is shown below, and expires concurremly with said Policy. CNA75079XX (1-15) Policy No: 6050531366 Page 2 of 2 Endorsement No: 5 Nat'l Fire Ins Co of Hartford Insured Name: PARAMETRIX, INC. Copyright CNA All Rights Reserved. Includes copyrighted material of Insurance Services Office,Inc.,with its permission. CNA CNA PARAMOUNT Waiver of Transfer of Rights of Recovery Against Others to the Insurer Endorsement This endorsement modifies insurance provided under the following: COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY COVERAGE PART PRODUCTS/COMPLETED OPERATIONS LIABILITY COVERAGE PART SCHEDULE Name Of Person Or Organization: -NY PERSON OR ORGANIZATION WHOM THE NAMED INSURED HAS AGREED IN WRITING IN A CONTRACT OR AGREEMENT TO WAIVE SUCH RIGHTS OF RECOVERY, BUT ONLY IF SUCH CONTRACT OR AGREEMENT: 1. IS IN EFFECT OR BECOMES EFFECTIVE DURING THE TERM OF THIS COVERAGE PART; AND 2. WAS EXECUTED PRIOR TO THE BODILY INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE OR PERSONAL AND ADVERTISING INJURY GIVING RISE TO THE CLAIM. Information required to complete this Schedule, if not shown above,will be shown in the Declarations. It is understood and agreed that the condition entitled Transfer Of Rights Of Recovery Against Others To The Insurer is amended by the addition of the following: Solely with respect to the person or organization shown in the Schedule above, the Insurer waives any right of recovery the Insurer may have against such person or organization because of payments the Insurer makes for injury or damage arising out of the Named Insured's ongoing operations or your work done under a contract with that person or organization and included in the products-completed operations hazard. All other terms and conditions of the Policy remain unchanged. This endorsement,which forms a part of and is for attachment to the Policy issued by the designated Insurers,takes effect on the effective date of said Policy at the hour stated in said Policy, unless another effective date is shown below, and expires concurrently with said Policy. CNA75008XX(1-15) Policy No: 6050531366 Page 1 of 1 Endorsement No: 7 Nat'l Fire Ins Co of Hartford Insured Name:PARAMETRIX, INC. Copyright CNA All Rights Reserved. Includes copyrighted material of Insurance Services Office,Inc.,with its permission. CNA Business Auto Policy POIaC-,/ 11�d17 CONTRACTORS EXTENDED COVERAGE ENDORSEMENT - BUSINESS AUTO PLUS THIS ENDORSEMENT CHANGES THE POLICY. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY. This endorsement modifies insurance provided under the following: BUSINESS AUTO COVERAGE FORM I. LIABILITY COVERAGE A. Who Is An Insured The following is added to Section 11, Paragraph A.1., Who Is An Insured: 1. a. Any incorporated entity of which the Named Insured owns a majority of the voting stock on the date of inception of this Coverage Form; provided that, b. The insurance afforded by this provision A.1. does not apply to any such entity that is an insured under any other liability "policy" providing auto coverage. 2. Any organization you newly acquire or form, other than a limited liability company, partnership or joint venture, and over which you maintain majority ownership interest. The insurance afforded by this provision A.2.: a. Is effective on the acquisition or formation date, and is afforded only until the end of the policy period of this Coverage Form, or the next anniversary of its inception date, whichever is earlier. b. Does not apply to: (1) Bodily injury or property damage caused by an accident that occurred before you acquired or formed the organization; or (2) Any such organization that is an insured under any other liability "policy" providing auto coverage. 3. Any person or organization that you are required by a written contract to name as an additional insured is an insured but only with respect to their legal liability for acts or omissions of a person, who qualifies as an insured under SECTION II — WHO IS AN INSURED and for whom Liability Coverage is afforded under this policy. If required by written contract, this insurance will be primary and non-contributory to insurance on which the additional insured is a Named Insured. 4. An employee of yours is an insured while operating an auto hired or rented under a contract or agreement in that employee's name, with your permission, while performing duties related to the conduct of your business. "Policy", as used in this provision A. Who Is An Insured, includes those policies that were in force on the inception date of this Coverage Form but: 1. Which are no longer in force; or 2. Whose limits have been exhausted. B. Bail Bonds and Loss of Earnings Section 11, Paragraphs A.2. (2) and A.2. (4) are revised as follows: 1. In a.(2), the limit for the cost of bail bonds is changed from $2,000 to $5,000; and 2. In a.(4), the limit for the loss of earnings is changed from $250 to $500 a day. Form No: CNA63359XX (04-2012) Policy No: 6050531352 Page: 1 of 4 Policy Effective Date: 11/01/2019 Underwriting Company: The Continental Insurance Company, 151 N Franklin St, Chicago, IL 60606 Copyright CNA All Rights Reserved. Includes copyrighted material of the Insurance Services Office, Inc., used with its permission. CNA Business Auto Policy Policy Endorsement C. Fellow Employee Section II, Paragraph B.5 does not apply. Such coverage as is afforded by this provision C. is excess over any other collectible insurance. II. PHYSICAL DAMAGE COVERAGE A. Glass Breakage — Hitting A Bird Or Animal — Falling Objects Or Missiles The following is added to Section III, Paragraph A.3.: With respect to any covered auto, any deductible shown in the Declarations will not apply to glass breakage if such glass is repaired, in a manner acceptable to us, rather than replaced. B. Transportation Expenses Section III, Paragraph A.4.a. is revised, with respect to transportation expense incurred by you, to provide: a. $60 per day, in lieu of $20; subject to b. $1,800 maximum, in lieu of $600. C. Loss of Use Expenses Section III, Paragraph A.4.b. is revised, with respect to loss of use expenses incurred by you, to provide: a. $1,000 maximum, in lieu of $600. D. Hired "Autos" The following is added to Section III. Paragraph A.: 5. Hired "Autos" If Physical Damage coverage is provided under this policy, and such coverage does not extend to Hired Autos, then Physical Damage coverage is extended to: a. Any covered auto you lease, hire, rent or borrow without a driver; and b. Any covered auto hired or rented by your employee without a driver, under a contract in that individual employee's name, with your permission, while performing duties related to the conduct of your business. c. The most we will pay for any one accident or loss is the actual cash value, cost of repair, cost of replacement or $75,000, whichever is less, minus a $500 deductible for each covered auto. No deductible applies to loss caused by fire or lightning. d. The physical damage coverage as is provided by this provision is equal to the physical damage coverage(s) provided on your owned autos. e. Such physical damage coverage for hired autos will: (1) Include loss of use, provided it is the consequence of an accident for which the Named Insured is legally liable, and as a result of which a monetary loss is sustained by the leasing or rental concern. (2) Such coverage as is provided by this provision will be subject to a limit of $750 per accident. E. Airbag Coverage The following is added to Section III, Paragraph B.3.: The accidental discharge of an airbag shall not be considered mechanical breakdown. Form No: CNA63359XX (04-2012) Policy No: 6050531352 Page: 2 of 4 Policy Effective Date: 11/01/2019 Underwriting Company: The Continental Insurance Company, 151 N Franklin St, Chicago, IL 60606 ®Copyright CNA All Rights Reserved. Includes copyrighted material of the Insurance Services Office, Inc.,used with its permission. CNABusiness Auto Policy Policy Endorsement F. Electronic Equipment Section III, Paragraphs B.4.c and B.4.d. are deleted and replaced by the following: c. Physical Damage Coverage on a covered auto also applies to loss to any permanently installed electronic equipment including its antennas and other accessories d. A $100 per occurrence deductible applies to the coverage provided by this provision. G. Diminution In Value The following is added to Section III, Paragraph B.6.: Subject to the following, the diminution in value exclusion does not apply to: a. Any covered auto of the private passenger type you lease, hire, rent or borrow, without a driver for a period of 30 days or less, while performing duties related to the conduct of your business; and b. Any covered auto of the private passenger type hired or rented by your employee without a driver for a period of 30 days or less, under a contract in that individual employee's name, with your permission, while performing duties related to the conduct of your business. c. Such coverage as is provided by this provision is limited to a diminution in value loss arising directly out of accidental damage and not as a result of the failure to make repairs; faulty or incomplete maintenance or repairs; or the installation of substandard parts. d. The most we will pay for loss to a covered auto in any one accident is the lesser of: (1) $5,000; or (2) 20% of the auto's actual cash value (ACV). Ill. Drive Other Car Coverage — Executive Officers The following is added to Sections II and III: 1. Any auto you don't own, hire or borrow is a covered auto for Liability Coverage while being used by, and for Physical Damage Coverage while in the care, custody or control of, any of your "executive officers", except: a. An auto owned by that "executive officer" or a member of that person's household; or b. An auto used by that "executive officer" while working in a business of selling, servicing, repairing or parking autos. Such Liability and/or Physical Damage Coverage as is afforded by this provision. (1) Equal to the greatest of those coverages afforded any covered auto; and (2) Excess over any other collectible insurance. 2. For purposes of this provision, "executive officer" means a person holding any of the officer positions created by your charter, constitution, by-laws or any other similar governing document, and, while a resident of the same household, includes that person's spouse. Such "executive officers" are insureds while using a covered auto described in this provision. IV. BUSINESS AUTO CONDITIONS A. Duties In The Event Of Accident, Claim, Suit Or Loss The following is added to Section IV, Paragraph A.2.a.: Form No: CNA63359XX (04-2012) Policy No:6050531352 Page: 3 of 4 Policy Effective Date: 11/01/2019 Underwriting Company: The Continental Insurance Company, 151 N Franklin St, Chicago, IL 60606 ®Copyright CNA All Rights Reserved. Includes copyrighted material of the Insurance Services Office, Inc., used with its permission. Business Auto Policy Policy Endorsement (4) Your employees may know of an accident or loss. This will not mean that you have such knowledge, unless such accident or loss is known to you or if you are not an individual, to any of your executive officers or partners or your insurance manager. The following is added to Section IV, Paragraph A.2.b.: (6) Your employees may know of documents received concerning a claim or suit. This will not mean that you have such knowledge, unless receipt of such documents is known to you or if you are not an individual, to any of your executive officers or partners or your insurance manager. B. Transfer Of Rights Of Recovery Against Others To Us The following is added to Section IV, Paragraph A.5. Transfer Of Rights Of Recovery Against Others To Us: We waive any right of recovery we may have, because of payments we make for injury or damage, against any person or organization for whom or which you are required by written contract or agreement to obtain this waiver from us. This injury or damage must arise out of your activities under a contract with that person or organization. You must agree to that requirement prior to an accident or loss. C. Concealment, Misrepresentation or Fraud The following is added to Section IV, Paragraph B.2.: Your failure to disclose all hazards existing on the date of inception of this Coverage Form shall not prejudice you with respect to the coverage afforded provided such failure or omission is not intentional. D. Other Insurance The following is added to Section IV, Paragraph B.5.: Regardless of the provisions of Paragraphs 5.a. and 5.d. above, the coverage provided by this policy shall be on a primary non-contributory basis. This provision is applicable only when required by a written contract. That written contract must have been entered into prior to Accident or Loss. E. Policy Period, Coverage Territory Section IV, Paragraph B. 7.(5).(a). is revised to provide: a. 45 days of coverage in lieu of 30 days. V. DEFINITIONS Section V. paragraph C. is deleted and replaced by the following: Bodily injury means bodily injury, sickness or disease sustained by a person, including mental anguish, mental injury or death resulting from any of these. Form No: CNA63359XX (04-2012) Policy No: 6050531352 Page:4 of 4 Policy Effective Date: 11/01/2019 Underwriting Company: The Continental Insurance Company, 151 N Franklin St, Chicago, IL 60606 m Copyright CNA All Rights Reserved. Includes copyrighted material of the Insurance Services Office, Inc.,used with its permission. CNA Workers Compensation And Employers Liability Insurance Policy Endorsement WAIVER OF OUR RIGHT TO RECOVER FROM OT HER S EN D 0 R SEMENT We have the right to recover our payments from anyone liable for an injury covered by this policy. We will not enforce our right against the person or organization named in the Schedule. This agreement shall not operate directly or indirectly to benefit anyone not named in the Schedule. Schedule Any Person or Organization on whose behalf you are required to obtain this waiver of our right to recover from under a written contract or agreement. The premium charge for the endorsement is reflected in the Schedule of Operations. All other terms and conditions of the policy remain unchanged. This endorsement, which forms a part of and is for attachment to the policy issued by the designated Insurers, ' takes effect on the Policy Effective Date of said policy at the hour stated in said policy, unless another effective date (the Endorsement Effective Date) is shown below, and expires concurrently with said policy unless another expiration date is shown below. 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This email was sent from a notification-only address that cannot accept incoming email.Please do not reply to this message 2 i ` Page 1 /1 33325 8th Ave.South CITY of Federal Way,WA 98003 DATE PO NUMBER Federal I 5/21/2020 068633 VENDOR: 001856 SHIP TO: FEDERAL WAY CITY HALL ACTION SERVICES CORPORATION 33325 BTH AVE SOUTH P 0 BOX 4339 FEDERAL WAY, WA 98003 BREMERTON, WA 98312-4339 FOB Point: Req.No.: Terms: Due Upon Receipt Dept.: Req.Del.Date: Contact: THERESA THURLOW Confirming? Yes Special Inst: SWM-AG20-056 2020/2021 SWM VACTOR SVC & DI MAINT tduo"M Unit Description Unit Price Ext.Price SWM-AG20-056 2020/2021 SWM VACTOR SVC & 247,752.50 DI MAINT 01/14/2020 - 12/31/2020 SUBTOTAL 247,752.50 BILLTO: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY TAX 0.00 33325 8TH AVE SOUTH FREIGHT 0.00 FEDERAL WAY, WA 98003 TOTAL 247,752.50 Account Number Amount Account Number Amount E 401-3100-640-542-45-480 247x752.50 Authorized Signature VENDOR COPY Authorized Signature(over$1,000) RETURN TO: PW ADMIN EXT: 2700 ID#: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LAW DEPARTMENT ROUTING FORM ORIGINATING DEPT/DIv: PUBLIC WORKS/STREETS !. ORIGINATING STAFF PERSON:NAVEEN CHANDRA EXT:2729 3. DATE REQ.BY:RUSH TYPE OF DOCUMENT(CHECK ONE): ❑ CONTRACTOR SELECTION DOCUMENT(E.G.,RFB,RFP,RFQ) ❑ PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ SMALL OR LIMITED PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT ❑ GOODS AND SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ HUMAN SERVICES/CDBG ❑ REAL ESTATE DOCUMENT ❑ SECURITY DOCUMENT(E.G.BOND RELATED DOCUMENTS) ❑ ORDINANCE ❑ RESOLUTION ❑ CONTRACT AMENDMENT(AG#):17-134 ❑ INTERLOCAL ❑ OTHER SUPPLEMENT#5 I. PROJECT NAME:CITY CENTER ACCESS i, NAME OF CONTRACTOR:PARAMETRIX.INC ADDRESS:719 2"D AVENUE SUITE 200 SEATTLE WA 98104 TELEPHONE:(206)394-3664 E-MAIL:SGLOVER QJPARAMETRIX.COM FAX: 855 542-6353 SIGNATURE NAME:JEFFERY PEACOCK TITLE:CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER i, EXHIBITS AND ATTACHMENTS: ❑ SCOPE,WORK OR SERVICES ❑ COMPENSATION ❑ INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS/CERTIFICATE ❑ ALL OTHER REFERENCED EXHIBITS ❑ PROOF OF AUTHORITY TO SIGN ❑ REQUIRED LICENSES ❑ PRIOR CONTRACT/AMENDMENTS CFW LICENSE#90 101843 000 00 BL,EXP. 12/31/19 UBI#600135349 EXP. TERM: COMMENCEMENT DATE:AUGUST 23,2017 COMPLETION DATE:JUNE 30,2020 i. TOTAL COMPENSATION:$2,334.{)$2.75(UNCHANGED) (INCLUDE EXPENSES AND SALES TAX,IF ANY) (IF CALCULATED ON HOURLY LABOR CHARGE-ATTACH SCHEDULES OF EMPLOYEES TITLES AND HOLIDAY RATES) REIMBURSABLE EXPENSE: ❑YES ❑NO IF YES,MAXIMUM DOLLAR AMOUNT: $65.098.61 IS SALES TAX OWED: ❑YES ❑NO IF YES,$ PAID BY. ❑CONTRACTOR ❑CITY RETAINAGE: RETAINAGE AMOUNT: ❑RETAINAGE AGREEMENT(SEE CONTRACT) OR ❑RETAINAGE BOND PRQVIDED ❑ PURCHASING: PLEASE CHARGE To:306-4400-208-595-63 �. DOCUMENT/CONTRACT REVIEW INITIAL/DATE REVIEWED INITIAL/DATE APPROVED. ePROJECT MANAGER z'DIVISION MANAGER IQ cl DEPUTY DIRECTOR G [DIRECTOR I 1-- o I lot ❑ RISK MANAGEMENT (IF APPLICABLE) vLAW DEPT a 0. COUNCIL APPROVAL(IF APPLICABLE) SCHEDULED COMMITTEE DATE: PS COMMITTEE APPROVAL DATE: SCHEDULED COUNCIL DATE: 1 r` COUNCIL APPROVAL DATE: 1y I 1. CONTRACT SIGNATURE ROUTING g"SENTTO VENDOR/CONTRACTOR DATE SENT: l WO-U DATE REC'D: /ATTACH: SIGNATURE AUTHORITY, INSURANCE CERTIFICATE,LICENSES,EXHIBITS ❑ CREATE ELECTRONIC REMINDER/NOTIFICATION FOR I MONTH PRIOR TO EXPIRATION DATE (INCLUDE DEPT.SUPPORT STAFF IF NECESSARY AND FEEL FREE TO SET NOTIFICATION MORE THAN A MONTH IN ADVANCE IF COUNCIL APPROVAL IS NEEDED.) INITIAL/DATE SIGNED ❑ FINANCE DEPARTMENT �IGNA,CJ LAW DEPT X�ci TORY(MAYOR OR DPREC"I)I7) LlCITYCLERK,KASSIGNEDAG# � SIGNED COPY RETURNED DATE SENT: O �3 Q "9= ❑RETURN ONE ORIGINAL ;OMMENTS: =XFC '2"ORIGINALS SIL 10.�•lh 1f�C'l� �n114�t� X411 � � t[� ►� �`t inmR SUPPLEMENT NO. 5 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LOCAL AGENCY STANDARD CONSULTANT AGREEMENT FOR CITY CENTER ACCESS PROJECT DESIGN SERVICES The local agency of the City of Federal Way desires to supplement the agreement entered into with Parametrix, Inc. effective the 23rd day of August 2017, identified as Agreement No. 17-134 as supplemented by Supplement No. 1 dated January 18, 2018, Supplement No. 2 dated May 10, 2018, Supplement No. 3 dated August 14, 2018 and Supplement No. 4 dated July 11, 2019. All provisions in the Agreement remain in effect except as expressly modified by this supplement, "Supplement No. 5." The changes to the Agreement are described as follows: I Section V, Payment Provisions, A. Hourly Rates:The direct(raw) labor rates and classifications and indirect cost rate as shown on Exhibits "D-5" and "E-5" are attached hereto and incorporated by this reference. Signed this day of 2019. PARAMETRIX, INC.: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: J eacock Ji Ferrel Its: Chief Executive Officer `t s: Mayor 719 2"d Avenue, Suite 200 33325 8th Ave S Seattle, WA 98104 Federal Way, WA 98003 (206) 394-3664 (253)835-2401 APPROVED AS T FORM: TCJ/ . 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ETURN ONE ORIGINAL :OMMENTS: :XECUTE u 2"ORIGINALS inmR SUPPLEMENT NO.4 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LOCAL AGENCY STANDARD CONSULTANT AGREEMENT FOR CITY CENTER ACCESS PROJECT DESIGN SERVICES The local agency of the City of Federal Way desires to supplement the agreement entered into with Parametrix, Inc. effective the 23rd day of August 2017, identified as Agreement No. 17-134 as supplemented by Supplement No. 1 dated January 18, 2018, Supplement No. 2 dated May 10, 2018 and Supplement No. 3 dated August 14, 2018. All provisions in the Agreement remain in effect except as expressly modified by this supplement, "Supplement No. 4." The changes to the Agreement are described as follows: I Section II, scope of Services, shall be amended to include those additional services more particularly described in Exhibit "A-4" attached hereto and incorporated by this reference (Additional Services). II Section V, Payment Provisions._The maximum amount payable under this Supplement No. 4 inclusive of all fees and other costs is Zero and 00/100 Dollars ($0.00) for a total amount payable to the Consultant pursuant to the Agreement, Supplement No. 1, Supplement No. 2, Supplement No. 3 and this Supplement No. 4, inclusive of all fees and other costs, to be an amount not to exceed Two Million Three Hundred Thirty-Four Thousand Eighty-Two and 75/100 Dollars ($2,334,082.75). The attached Exhibit "D-4" and "E-4,"which describes the payment for work to be performed under this Supplement No. 4, is hereby made a part of the Supplemental Agreement. Signed this day of , 2019. PARAMETRIX, INC.- CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: f By: By: Je r eacock Jim Ferrell Its: Chief Executive Officer Its: Mayor 719 2nd Avenue, Suite 200 33325 81h Ave S Seattle, WA 98104 Federal Way, WA 98003 (206) 394-3664 (253)835-2401 APPROVED AS TDF RM: -k�j J. Ryan Call, City Attorney K:\IR\I RIC\Grant,&Vrojccts\Projras\Ctty Crn[cr.\cccss\2U I7\Consull.;uit.e\�Tccment P\IX 21117\,\InendTnl:nt#4\ltnal\,1U 17- 134 CC.\SUPPlcmcnt No 4-6-24-2019.docx Parametrix ENGINEERING PLANNING ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES I� Exhibit A- 4 SCOPE OF WORK City of Federal Way City Center Access Project Amendment 4 PROJECT UNDERSTANDING The City Center Access Project proposes to modify an existing or build a new interchange in Federal Way on Interstate 5 (1-5). Parametrix is under contract to complete the Access Revision Report(ARR) (formerly referred to as the IJR), Environmental Documentation (DCE) and Preliminary Engineering.Amendments 1, 2 and 3 provided for a local only access alternative identification, analysis and evaluation; and additional study team meetings. The effort has expanded through request of the Executive Team including FHWA and WSDOT.The expansion incudes the study of all possible local elements to ensure that a local only solution does not exist. Additionally,Additional access alternatives have been determined, more than the two that were assumed in the original contract and previous amendments.This Amendment 4 addresses additional local improvement elements and interchange alternatives development, evaluation,screening and documentation; public involvement and communication; additional Study Support Team (SST) meetings; meetings and coordination with Tribes; additional Executive Team meetings; and additional project management to select a preferred alternative.This amendment covers this additional work through2019. Out of scope work identified herein is offset with funds available for previously scoped work, and an additional amendment will be required to replenish these funds and to address out of scope work in 2020 and beyond. Additional assumptions include: • Documented Categorical Exclusion is assumed per the original scope. If an EA is required an additional contract amendment will be required. v A de minimis impact on Section 4(f) properties is assumed per the original scope. If a more rigorous 4(f)evaluation is required, an additional amendment will be required. ➢ The original scope provided for the development of an 8-policy point Interchange Justification Report (IJR).WSDOT has updated their design manual since this project was initiated. In this update, WSDOT has replaced the IJR with two documents which include a Non-Access Feasibility Report, and an Access Revision Report(ARR).The project team has agreed to follow current WSDOT process,to streamline WSDOT and FHWA reviews. Period of performance increases from 21 months to 42 months To fund the needs for this year,the following items were removed: Task 3—Public Involvement Task 3.4- Deduct$6,346.90 from existing task budget. Task 13—Preliminary Engineering Preferred Alternative City of Federal Way City Center Access Project 1 April 29,2019 Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task 13- Deduct$300,021.59 from existing task budget. Task 13.2—Deduct$37,992.08 from DKS existing task budget. Task 14—Environmental Documentation Task 14- Deduct$149,955.82 from existing task budget. Task 15—IJR Task 15.9 - Deduct$18,363.93 from existing task budget. The following tasks are added: Task 17 -- Additional Project Management Task 17.1 Project Management Plan—Additional for 2019 The Consultant will revise the Project Management Plan outlining additional scope of work identified in this scope of work.This includes schedule updates, budget updates, change management, communication protocol and quality assurance required for this additional work through 2019.This task also includes scoping activities for additional work orders. Task 17.2 Monthly Progress Reports and Invoices—Additional for 2019 The Consultant will continue to provide a monthly progress report with monthly invoices to the City of Federal Way that will describe work performed by the Consultant Team members during the current reporting period.This work covers the review and processing of the additional subconsultant invoices for PRR and DKS for the work provided in this task by Parametrix, and the development of new invoices and progress reports by DKS.This effort also includes developing additional contract supplements for DKS and PRR, and invoicing by DKS. Task 17.3 Weekly Progress Meetings and Other Communication—Additional for 2019 The original scope of work(dated August 15, 2017) assumed monthly meetings with the City, and task 1.3 included bi-weekly check in meetings. It has been found that weekly meetings are very effective and this scope includes additional weekly meetings through 2019 and the tracking of action items for 26 additional meetings through 2019. The original scope did not include separate meetings WSDOTTraffic and Design outside of the Study Support team meetings.Therefore,this task includes bi-weekly meetings through 2019 with WSDOT up to 12 (assuming some will overlap with the Executive Team) monthly meetings (up to 12) with the Executive team, 12 additional meetings with individual SST members to present findings and resolve comments, and 6 meetings with the environmental focus team to ensure coordination items are resolved.SST meetings are covered under Task 20. This task also includes phone calls and emails with the study support team members and the city to relay information and general communication for the additional work outlined in this amendment. DKS costs for additional coordination is included in this task. The total effort for 2019 for weekly progress meetings and other communication as of March 2, 2019 is $78,828.The remaining budget at the writing of this scope for task 0103 is$69,540 therefore an additional $9,288 is requested.This task will need to be replenished for 2020 and beyond. City of Federal Way April 30,2019 City Center Access Project 2 Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task 17.4 Subconsultant Coordination - Additional The Consultant Team will continue to maintain subcontracts with all subcontractors and coordinate progress reporting and billing through the Consultant project manager. Additional meetings with subconsultants is required to coordinate work product. Additional effort is based work for 2019 only.Additional effort will be scoped for 2020 and beyond. Task 17.5 Tribal Meetings The Consultant Team will participate in two tribal meetings.This includes setting up the meetings and preparing meeting minutes. If additional meetings are necessary, an additional amendment will be required. Assumptions This Amendment 4 assumes signing of the AAR in April of 2021, a contract total of 42 months.The original scope assumed 21 months and Task 16 added an additional 18 months for a total of 39 months, however the additional fee requested herein provides additional work through 2019 and expends existing scoped budget for 2020 and beyond Deliverables • Additional Subconsultant Agreements (maintained in Consultant's files) • Additional Monthly progress reports and monthly invoices • Additional risk management tracking list for monthly progress meetings • Additional updates to the Project Management Plan • Additional meeting agendas and minutes Task 18 -- Re-initiation - .Additional Task 18.1 Team Chartering - Additional The Consultant will revise the team charter based on changes from a feasibility study back to an ARR, This work also includes updating outlook invite and distribution lists as Study Support Team members are added and deleted Task 18.2 Purpose and Need - Additional The Consultant will make additional Purpose and Need Statement revisions for the City of Federal Way and ARR study support team review, addressing comments including the development of a comment response matrix.This effort is more than originally anticipated.The original scope assumed an update of the original Purpose and Need but a complete rewrite was required, and is not yet complete. Further development and reviews are assumed. City of Federal Way April 30,2019 City Center Access Project 3 Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task 18.3 Validation of Previous Alternatives Screening Process-Additional The previous study screened 47 alternatives before deciding on two build alternatives.The original scope included analysis of the previous alternatives screening evaluation and preparation of a memorandum and presentation for evaluation by the City and the I1R support team to validate the previous work resulting in two build alternatives and variations of those two alternatives.This effort was larger than anticipated, culminating in a feasibility study for the local only alternative. While the feasibility study work is under another task,this task provides for the review of previous interchange alternatives outside of the assumed two final alternatives, review of evaluation criteria, analysis and screening, and documentation. Development of additional alternatives are covered under different tasks_ Task 18.4 Development of a Coordination Plan (new) The Consultant will develop a brief technical memorandum documenting coordination efforts with the group including the tribes and other SST members.This is expected to be an expansion of the team charter, and not a full coordination plan. Assumptions • The coordination plan will address the process and roles and responsibilities for determining the appropriate level of environmental documentation. Deliverables • Team Charter-updated • Revised Purpose and Need • Coordination plan - New Task 19 - Additional Public, Involvement and Communi,:;aholl Task 19.1 Public Involvement Oversight- New The original scope of work included a Public Involvement and Communications Plan Task 3.1 that was completed. This scope includes an updated public outreach schedule based on the revised project schedule. . PRR will continue to provide monthly progress reports with monthly invoices to the City of Federal Way that will describe work performed by the Consultant Team members during the current reporting period.This format will include the following: a, A listing of activities by work element performed during the reporting period, including meetings held and deliverables. b. A listing of problems and issues encountered during the reporting period and their resolution. c. A listing of activities to be accomplished during the next reporting period. The original scope of work included bi-weekly check-in calls, which has been completed. It has been found that weekly meetings are effective during the course of the main public involvement activities and this scope includes weekly meetings between the Consultant and the City of Federal Way from May through October 2019. City of Federal Way April 30,2019 City Center Access Project 4 Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK ;continued) Table 19-1.Summary of Public Outreach and Communications Task Assumptions Deliverables Public outreach N PRR will develop schedule for deliverables in this scope • Deliverables schedule for schedule based on agreed-upon schedule 2019 Public n Assumes weekly one-hour meetings by phone between p Action Items identified involvement May-October 2019 check-in meetings • Consulting team • Assumes weekly one-hour meetings by phone between • Action items identified check-in calls March-November 2019 o Monthly a Assumes twelve progress reports • Twelve (12) progress reports progress reports • Twelve (12) invoices Task 19.2 Stakeholder Engagement—Additional The original scope of work included up to 10 stakeholder interviews and nine were completed.The Consultant will conduct an additional nine stakeholder interviews with the same individuals to reassess community context and sentiments in preparation for broader outreach. The original scope of work included three neighborhood stakeholder meetings and four were held (two neighborhood briefings and two business briefings).The Consultant will coordinate up to one additional business briefings and two neighborhood briefings (three meetings total)to supplement the stakeholder interviews.The Consultant will plan and implement logistics, staffing, and facilitation, and provide note-taking support for these meetings. This assumes up to three rounds of review for all deliverables or work products needed to fulfill each task, one round with the Prime, one round for substantive feedback from the City, and one for minor feedback or final approval from the City.This task assumes all feedback comes as consolidated feedback with clear direction from the reviewer. Table 19-2 summarizes the stakeholder engagement activities for this project. City of Federal Way April 30,2019 City Center Access Project Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Table 19-2.Summary of Stakeholder Activities Task Assumptions(if applicable) Deliverables ■ PRR will develop interview questions ■ Up to nine(9) Individual a PRR will invite only stakeholders previously interviewed (up to 9 stakeholder interview stakeholder interviews) notes interviews • Logistics, interviews, note-taking and summaries by one(1) PRR , One(1)stakeholder staff member interview summary • Interviews will be conducted by phone Business briefing • Logistics,staffing and note-taking support for up to one(1) public • List of businesses meeting for up to two hours • One(1)email invitation • Includes email invitation to business list • One day of d • One(1) businessoor-to-door outreach in business target area. g briefin Assumes two PRR staff members for up to 10 hours, including . One in outreach initial planning,travel,day of preparation,and summary draft summary work. • One(1)briefing • Assumes one PRR staff member for planning,travel,day of summary preparation,and summary draft work,and two Parametrix staff a See Advertising for members each meeting to prepare and attend.Assumes City staff additional materials person is present at the meeting. related to business briefings Includes email invitations to neighborhood lists 0 List of neighborhood Neighborhood . Door-to-door events up to three(3)times in target contacts,segmented briefings into three neighborhoods.Assumes two PRR staff members for up to 10 hours per door-to-door event,including initial planning,travel, neighborhood areas day of preparation,and summary draft work. • Up to three(3)email invitations to • Assumes one PRR staff member for each meeting,including neighborhood list(one planning,travel,day of preparation,and summary draft work, invitation per and two Parametrix staff members for each meeting to prepare neighborhood) and attend.Assumes City staff person is present at the meeting. • See Advertising for additional materials related to neighborhood briefings Task 19.3 Community Events and Engagement—Additional The Consultant will continue to support City communication with the general public in the project area.The original scope of work included informational tables at two fairs and festivals, up to three public meetings.The Consultant completed one public meeting, one online open house, and used the remaining funds in Task 3.3 for an additional informational table,the additional stakeholder meeting from Task 3.2, and more planning time for all outreach events due to project redirection.The original scope included tasks to support engagement with City Council, which the City did not require.The remaining hours from the City Council Task 3.4 is applied to the hours in this additional Task 19.3. City of Federal Way April 30,2019 City Center Access Project 6 Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK (continued) The Consultant, in coordination with City staff, will coordinate two additional tabling events and one additional public meeting.The Consultant will plan and implement logistics,staffing, and facilitation, and provide note- taking support for these events. This assumes up to three rounds of review for all deliverables or work products needed to fulfill each task, one round with the Prime, one round for substantive feedback from the City, and one for minor feedback or final approval from the City.This task assumes all feedback comes as consolidated feedback with clear direction from the reviewer. The Consultant, in coordination with City staff, will coordinate and host one additional online public meeting. Table 19-3 summarizes the community engagement activities. City of Federal Way April 30,2019 City Center Access Project 7 Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Table 19-3.Summary of Community Engagement Activities Deliverables/work Task Assumptions(if applicable) products • Logistics,staffing and note-taking support from one(1) • Two(2)event plans Informational tables at PRR staff member for up to 12 hours per event • Two(2)sign-in sheets fairs and festivals . Assumes each tabling event is four(4)to six(6) hours of • One(1)tabletop map tabling • Two(2)informational • Assumes participation of at least one representative from table events • Two(2)event summaries City of Federal Way and one representative from Parametrix at each event • City of Federal Way to cover cost of giveaways or other promotional items • Assumes no additional boards or handouts(use open house boards and updated fact sheets) • Two(2) PRR staff persons to attend,and take notes, • One(1)in-person open In-person open house including travel,set-up,tear-down house • PRR to plan meeting and coordinate logistics • One(1)event plan • One(1)participant guide • PRR provides all interpreting services . One(1)event summary • Interpreting in Spanish and Korean • See Advertising for additional materials related to the open house Online open house • PRR will use open house board content to develop draft, • One(1)online open revised,and final content for the online open house house content update • PRR will provide up to five(5)additional graphics • Up to five(5)additional formatted for the online open house graphics Twelve(12) months site • PRR will host the site and provide basic site maintenance hosting and basic and hosting for twelve(12)months maintenance • PRR will take down and send files to City of Federal Way as • Zip file of website files a zip file and database of ■ PRR will use the existing online open house wireframe and federalwaycitycenter.org design Task 19.4 Support City Website—Additional The original scope of work assumed 12 updates to the website, all of which were not required.The remaining hours in Support City Website Task 3.5 are applied to this additional Task 19.4. The Consultant will continue to provide City staff with content and updates for a project website.This task assumes the City will provide back-end IT support for the website.Table 19-4 summarizes the support activities for the City website. City of Federal Way April 30,2019 City Center Access Project 8 Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK (continued) This assumes up to three rounds of review for all deliverables or work products needed to fulfill each task, one round with the Prime, one round for substantive feedback from the City, and one for minor feedback or final approval from the City.This task assumes all feedback comes as consolidated feedback with clear direction from the reviewer. Table 19-4.Summary of Support Activities for the City Website Deliverables/work Task Assumptions(if applicable) products Content updates for City PRR will use email update content to develop draft, revised, Up to three(3) Center Access informational and final content for up to three(3)website updates website content webpage on City of Federal . PRR will provide up to three(3)additional graphics formatted updates consistent Way website for the website with email updates and public events • Up to three(3) web-ready graphics Task 19.5 Public Information Materials and Special Graphics—Additional The original scope of work included materials development to support the scoped outreach activities.Additional informational materials are needed to support the activities added in this scope of work.The Consultant will develop additional materials and conduct additional activities to support public outreach efforts.Tasks may include developing graphics, drafting written materials, and performing other miscellaneous activities. This task assumes up to three rounds of review for all public information materials, one round with the Prime, one round for substantive feedback from the City,and one for minor feedback or final approval from the City.This task assumes all feedback comes as consolidated feedback with clear direction from the reviewer. Table 19-5 summarizes the support activities for developing public information materials and special graphics. Table 3-6. Summary of Support for Public Information Materials and Special Graphics City of Federal Way April 30,2019 City Center Access Project 9 Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task Assumptions(if applicable) Deliverables • Up to 15 informational boards ■ Printer-ready artwork for Project materials ■ All graphics work for completed by the Parametrix up to one project update graphic designer fact sheet and 15 • Parametrix graphic designer follows outreach lead informational boards • Up to one comment form direction on open house and briefing boards • Up to one fact sheet • Direction on boards for up to one comment form • Up to one project update fact sheet Outreach flyers a To be used during door-to-door outreach for business ■ One(1)flyer for business briefings, neighborhood briefings,and environmental outreach justice briefings • Three(3)flyers for neighborhood outreach (one for each neighborhood) ■ One(1)flyer for environmental justice outreach • One(1)flyer translated into Spanish and Korean for environmental justice outreach Email updates • Assumes the same email update goes to all lists . Up to five(5)email • Assumes no translations updates ■ Assumes the schedule and content for email updates roughly follows: o February ■ Update on local-only alternatives study o June/July • Update on work to date ■ Announce tabling events,open house and schedule • Introduce very high level information about what will happen at open house o Early September ■ Link to online open house • Open house invitation o October ■ Open house summary • Next steps o November ■ Share City Council decision and next steps Final outreach report At the conclusion of this phase, PRR will draft and One(1)final outreach format a report that will summarize and document all report public outreach activities City of Federal Way April 30,2019 City Center Access Project 10 Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task 19.6 Advertising—Additional The original scope of work included advertising materials to support the scoped public meetings.The Consultant will coordinate and prepare new materials to advertise the additional in-person and online public meetings.This amount is covered with funds in Advertising task 3.7. This task assumes up to three rounds of review for all advertising materials, one round with the Prime,one round for substantive feedback from the City, and one for minor feedback or final approval from the City.This task assumes all feedback comes as consolidated feedback with clear direction from the reviewer. Table 3-7 summarizes the support activities for advertising the in-person and online public meetings. Table 3-7.Summary of Support Activities for Advertising Public Meetings Task Assumptions(if applicable) Deliverables Postcards + City of Federal Way to pay for postage within agreed-upon + One(1)postcard geographic area delivered to target + The Consultant will cover all printing costs geographic area + Assumes same geographic area for mailing as prior open house postcard mailing + To advertise in-person and online open houses Display advertisements + Poster will be translated into Spanish and Korean • One(1)poster, + Includes posters at social service providers and retail translated into establishments to advertise the in-person and online open Spanish and Korean houses + One(1)newspaper + Includes legal notice in Federal Way Mirrorto advertise in- legal notice person open house Task 19.7 Environmental Justice Outreach—Additional The original scope of work included up to eight service provider briefings and eight environmental justice group briefings.This additional Task 19.7 uses the remaining hours from Environmental Justice Outreach Task 3.8. The Consultant will continue to plan, schedule, and support project briefings with environmental justice groups and service providers, such as English as a Second Language (ESL) class presentations.The Consultant will develop summaries of each briefing. The Consultant will provide interpretation at community and business meetings with limited English-proficiency attendees.The Consultant will translate project handouts into Korean and Spanish. This assumes up to three rounds of review for all deliverables or work products needed to fulfill each task, one round with the Prime, one round for substantive feedback from the City, and one for minor feedback or final approval from the City.This task assumes all feedback comes as consolidated feedback with clear direction from the reviewer. City of Federal Way April 30,2019 City Center Access Project 11 Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Table 19-7 summarizes the support activities for environmental justice outreach, Table 3-8.Summary of Environmental Justice Outreach Task Assumptions (if applicable) Deliverables/work products Briefing for environmental • Assumes one PRR staff member for each briefing, • List of local justice advocates and service including planning,travel,day of preparation,and environmental justice providers summary draft work. Assumes on Parametrix staff advocates member is present at each briefing. • List of social service oviders • Service provider briefing summaries will list all providers providers * Up vi four(4)event in attendance,summarize their comments, identify the plans communities each provider serves,estimate the number • Up to four(4)email of community members each provider/agency serves, invitations to and if low-income, people of color,and limited-English advocates and social proficiency populations are served. service providers a Assumes up to four(4)briefings • Up to four(4)Spanish- language or Korean- language email invitations • Up to four(4) briefing meetings • Spanish-or Korean- language interpreting at two(2)meetings Task 19.8 Comment Management—Additional The original scope of work included listsery management, public correspondence and database maintenance.At the direction of the City,the Consultant did not expend all the hours necessary to develop a full database.The remaining hours from Comment Management Task 3.9 is applied to the additional activities described in Comment Management Task 19.8. The Consultant will continue to manage public correspondence and track comments. This assumes up to three rounds of review for all deliverables or work products needed to fulfill each task, one round with the Prime, one round for substantive feedback from the City, and one for minor feedback or final approval from the City.This task assumes all feedback comes as consolidated feedback with clear direction from the reviewer. Table 19-8 summarizes the database management of correspondence and comments.Table 3-9.Summary of Comment Management SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task Assumptions(if applicable) Deliverables Correspondence 9 PRR will provide hotline message script and translations into a Up to twenty-seven Spanish and Korean (27) public • PRR will record Hotline message in English,Spanish and correspondence Korean reports ■ PRR will check hotline once every business day from May- ' Record of public November 2019 correspondence • PRR will report on public correspondence weekly by email from May-October 2019 Continue to maintain project • PRR will add new contacts and comments on a monthly basis , Up to twelve(12) email distribution list list updates • PRR will update the database with contacts and comments • Up to twelve(12) Maintain comment database following briefings and other public meeting database updates and summarize comments • Two(2)comment after public events + PRR will provide a summary of comments after open house, including online open house summaries Task 19.9 Strategic Assistance—Additional The original scope of work included hours for strategic assistance related to public involvement and stakeholder engagement.The Consultant will continue to be available for special projects and strategy sessions, applying the remaining hours from Strategic Assistance Task 3.10 to this additional Strategic Assistance Task 19.9. As directed by the City,the Consultant will address community concerns and other issues that arise.The Consultant may participate in strategy sessions, impromptu meetings, correspondence,and telephone calls with City staff.The Consultant will document those activities through action item lists,track follow-through activities, and identify the next-steps in the process. Special projects may be assigned as identified by City, such as conducting additional community outreach and preparing project information and graphics.Table 19-9summarizes the strategic assistance required by the City. Table 3-10, Summary of Strategic Assistance Deliverables/work Task Assumptions(if applicable) products Strategic Assistance • Assumes up to 10 additional hours of Consultant support for • Memorandum strategic assistance and special projects as assigned by the documenting City. direction from the City Assumptions • As indicated in above tables City of Federal Way April 30,2019 City Center Access Project 13 Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Deliverables As indicated in above tables Task 20 — ARR Support Team Meetings - Additional Task 20.1 ARR Support Team Meetings -Additional The original scope assumed 14 Study Support Team Meetings. Amendment 3 provided for 3 additional Study Support Team meetings for a total of 17. 10 ARR meetings have been completed to date thorough January 16, 2019.This task assumes that 5 meetings will be necessary in 2019 for a total of 16 meetings by the end of 2019. The current budget available in task 4 will be sufficient for this effort through 2019, and a future amendment will address SST meetings for 2020 and beyond. ■ April 2019 screen and refine alternatives-based on Purpose and Need • May 2019 Screen and Refine- Purpose and need and environmental • June 2019 Screen and Refine—Draft alternatives evaluation review ■ July 2019 Screen and Refine—Outreach messaging review August 2019—Public Outreach messaging—review outreach materials • October 2019—Review Outreach Summary, refine identify preferred 1-ask 21 - Travel Dernand Model Forecasts - Additional The original scope of work included development of a travel demand forecast based on Federal Way's Emme model. Amendments 1, 2 and 3 provided for additional select link analyses to determine origin and destination information,travel demand modeling, and turn movement forecasts for a true no-build alternative.Additional effort is required for the following subtasks. Task 21.1 Travel Demand Model Sensitivity Analyses The Consultant will provide sensitivity analyses for different local improvement projects to identify the effects of each sensitivity analysis scenario,Travel demand models will be created for each scenario. Each scenario will add projects to the future no-build travel demand model. Models will be run for each scenario as listed below and one (1) PM peak hour plots will be created for each scenario. Sensitivity Analysis Scenarios: • Scenario 1: o S312 Ih St Overcrossing • Scenario 2: o S324 Ih St Overcrossing • Scenario 3: o S 3201h St HOV Lanes • Scenario 4: o Military Road Widening City of Federal Way April 30,2019 City Center Access Project 14 Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK (continued) • Scenario 5: o S312 th St Overcrossing o S317 Ih St Overcrossing • Scenario 6: o S312 Ih St Overcrossing o Potential Annexation Area projects • Scenario 7: o S324 Ih St Overcrossing o Potential Annexation Area projects • Scenario 8: o S 320th St HOV Lanes o S312 th St Overcrossing o S317 th St Overcrossing o S324 th St Overcrossing extended east to Military Road o Potential Annexation Area Projects Scenario 9: o S3 20th St HOV Lanes o S 312th St Overcrossing o S317 th St Overcrossing o S324 th St Overcrossing extended east to Peasely Canyon o Potential Annexation Area Projects • Scenario 10: o S 3201h St HOV Lanes o S312 th St Overcrossing o S317 th St Overcrossing o S324 th St Overcrossing extended east to Peasely Canyon o Potential Annexation Area Projects o Extension of 23rd Avenue S through Belmor Park to S 336th St o Extension of S 3301h St east to S 336th St/Weyerhaeuser Way S Deliverables ® One (1) PM peak hour plot for each sensitivity analysis scenario for up to ten (10)total PM peak hour scenario plots. Task 21.2 Travel Demand Model Alternatives Screening The Consultant will provide screening level travel demand modeling for up to four(4) interchange modification alternatives. PM peak hour plots will be created for each screening alternative. Post processed turning movement forecasts will be developed for up to six (6) intersections that will be post processed for the PM peak hour to support the screening level operations analysis,for each of the four(4) alternatives. City of Federal Way April 30,2019 City Center Access Project Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Assumptions • Up to four(4) interchange concepts will be assumed for travel demand modeling. • Each travel demand model will include all projects identified within the Local Alternative Elements graphic as well as the chosen interchange concept. Deliverables • Up to four(4) PM peak hour plots will be created for the four screening alternatives. • Turning movement volumes will be developed for up to six(6) intersections for each screening alternative for a total of up to twenty-four(24)total intersections of turning movement volumes. Task 22 — Traffic Forecasts and Operations Analysis - Additional The original scope of work included development of traffic forecasts and operations for existing, No Build, and two Build Alternatives.Amendments 1, 2 and 3 provided for Simtraffic analysis to determine the local impacts on 1-5 operations, and analysis and evaluation of Local Only Solution elements.Additional effort is required to screen and analyze additional local only elements and interchange alternatives. This scope includes the following analysis scenarios: - Additional local only elements including the Potential Annexation Area projects and all City Comprehensive Plan roadway capacity projects - Additional connection with S 330`"Street extension under 1-5 and 23rd Avenue S to 5 336th Street - Additional local only connections including extending S 324th Street from Military to Peasley Canyon Road - Interchange alternative screening o S 312th/S 3201h Street modified access o S 324t"/S 3201h Street modified access o New half diamond at S 312th and new half diamond at S 324th Street with S 320th Street access o S 324t"/S 320"Street modified access with one-way arterial couple - Indirect or cumulative effects of potential land use changes Task 22.1 Detailed Traffic Forecasts -Additional The original scope included developing detailed traffic forecasts for an existing condition, No Build, and two Build alternatives.This level of effort was larger than anticipated due to issues with the existing conditions travel demand model calibration and forecasting(multiple iterations were completed to obtain final No Build volumes), and to develop forecasts for several local improvement alternatives. Additional scope includes developing detailed traffic forecasts to support interchange alternative screening.This includes developing forecasts for up to 6 intersections and 1-5 mainline and ramps at the study interchanges (3 existing and one new) for up to four alternatives, and to model indirect or cumulative effects and post process traffic volumes for S 320th Street and S 324th Street in the vicinity of 1-5. Task 22.2 Screening Level Traffic Operations Analysis - Additional The original scope included screening level traffic operations analysis to support selection of a Preferred interchange alternative, with the expectation that the interchange would be located at S 312th or S 324"Street. The screening analysis would use Synchro or Sidra and analyze intersection control types. City of Federal Way April 30,2019 City Center Access Project 16 Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Direction from the SST and the interchange alternative workshop have identified interchange configurations beyond the modified access at S 312th and S 324th Street previously studied.These include one-way couplets with S324 th and S 320th Street with a modified access at S 324th Street;split diamond interchange with S 312th and S 324th with full access at S 320th Street; and other variations. Additional screening will need to occur to support alternative selection.This includes analysis of 1-5 operations and arterials between Pacific Highway and Military Road. It is assumed that Synchro, Sidra, and HCS can be used to analyze these conditions to support alternative screening. It is assumed the SimTraffic model will not be used. Deliverables • Traffic operations models and summary results of the traffic operations analysis Task 22.3 Indirect or Cumulative Effects This task includes the development of traffic forecasts and operations for one (1) indirect or cumulative effect scenario. It is assumed the indirect or cumulative effect scenario will be a change in land use. The travel demand model will be updated with the new land use and trip generation numbers provided by the City. Detailed PM peak hour traffic volumes will be forecasted for the vicinity of S 3201h Street and S 324th Street(see Assumptions below).This includes intersection turn movement volumes, and freeway ramp and mainline volumes. Daily and PM peak hour screenlines will be forecasted for up to eight(8) locations. Traffic operations analysis will include a Synchro analysis for the intersections and a VISSIM analysis for the freeway mainline, ramp, and intersections within the vicinity of the interstate. Output will include Synchro intersection delay and LOS, and VISSIM travel times and descriptions of queues. Assumptions • The CLIENT will provide land use adjustments to PSRC for the updated trip generation by zone for use in the travel demand model. PSRC will provide trips ends to CONSULTANT to use in travel demand model. • The analysis study area will include S 3201h Street from Pacific Highway to Military Road,S 324th Street from Pacific Highway to the eastern terminus • PM peak hour intersection turn movement volumes will be forecasted for up to sixteen (16) intersections per build alternative • 1-5 in the vicinity of S 320th Street and any new access points with two Build Alternatives will be evaluated. • Analysis will be completed for the year 2045 PM peak hour. • SimTraffic will not be utilized. VISSIM videos will not be developed. Deliverables 0 Traffic models and summary results of the indirect/cumulative effects analysis Task "Il") -- N/Ie(hods and Assu ir_Airans Acid illona,1 - Additional The original scope of work included provided for the development of Methods and Assumptions for the Project. The Methods and Assumptions were developed and were revised for a Non-access Feasibility Study.This Amendment 4 provides for the development of Methods and Assumptions for the Access Revision Report, and to address comments from the Study Support Team. City of Federal Way April 30,2019 City Center Access Project 17 Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task 23.1 Methods and Assumptions Document- Additional The Consultant will update the Methods and Assumptions for the ARR and work to address comments from the Study Support Team. Assumptions • Two updates to the M&A to address comments from the Study Support Team. Deliverables • Final,signed Methods and Assumptions Task 24 — Environmental Evaluation for Alternatives Screening - Additional The original scope assumed that this task would provide environmental analyses in support of the City's evaluation of two alternative locations for the new interchange and just one design configuration for each location.The scope assumed that the study area corresponding to the alternatives would be similar to that for the environmental analysis completed in 2008,allowing the use of prior work as a starting point. This Amendment provides for three changed conditions: (1)the need to provide ongoing environmental strategy at a higher level; (2)the potential for an expanded study area for authorized scope items; and (3) additional scope items. Task 24.1 Environmental Strategy and Methodology The Consultant will monitor the development and evaluation of alternatives to identify opportunities to avoid and minimize impacts, adapt and help apply environmental criteria as needed through the screening process, and participate in two meetings or conference calls with agency environmental leads to confirm process. Recommended methodologies for applying environmental criteria will be documented in a brief memo or report to share with the agency environmental leads. Assumptions 0 None Deliverables • Environmental methodology report or memo Task 24.2 Expanded Study Area The Consultant will help develop the strategy and methodology for considering potential impacts to a broader area than originally intended.The Consultant will then execute the additional evaluations. Assumptions • The study area is expanding in two ways: o The area of potential physical improvements is expanding but will be limited to those necessary to accommodate local only improvements and interchange access. City of Federal Way April 30,2019 City Center Access Project 18 Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK (continued) o The area of indirect effects due to changes in travel patterns(e.g.,traffic volumes,traffic noise, and community character) is also broadening. ® Environmental analyses during screening will address the same discipline areas and generally apply the same methodologies. Implications for each discipline are shown in the table below. Discipline Methodology Expanded Area of Expanded Area of Indirect Physicallmr)rovements Effects Cultural Resources Database research/ Both database and Windshield survey only Windshield survey windshield survevs Ecological Resources Windshield survey/ Windshield survey where Literature search only literature search/ possible. Reconnaissance reconnaissance to confirm where rights of entry are identified features received. Otherwise literature and GIS. Noise Identification of sensitive Yes At neighborhood level receptors;general number only and proximity Hazardous Waste Database research within Yes No certain distance Parks and Recreation Location and use; with Yes Yes impacts portrayed broad brush, mostly if not entirely qualitative Social and Community Demographic analysis;with Yes Yes impacts portrayed broad brush, mostly if not entirely qualitative Deliverables 0 Results from expanded study area will be incorporated in previously approved deliverables. Task 24.3 Rights of Entry The Consultant will identify parcels for which rights of entry are needed, a description of the work to be completed, and timing for the work. Assumptions The City will secure the Rights of Entry Deliverables Spreadsheet with parcel numbers, addresses, owners, submitted electronically Description of work, submitted electronically City of Federal Way April 30,2019 City Center Access Project Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task 24.4 Indirect/Cumulative Effects There are several potential future developments that have not yet been approved by the City and are not accounted for in the land use projections used for traffic modeling.The Consultant will help develop the strategy and methodology for considering the indirect or cumulative effects of the future developments on the effectiveness of the alternatives under consideration in meeting the project purpose and need. Assumptions • The City will provide develop traffic information and roadway connection elements Deliverables • Technical memorandum proposing a methodology for evaluating these effects Task 25 Alternatives Development -- Additional The original scope provided for a conceptual design workshop to update the conceptual designs for two final build alternatives and develop conceptual channelization plans for the two build alternatives.Amendment 4 provides for additional design of local alternatives to determine their feasibility and for further evaluation,for the conceptual design and refinement of additional access alternatives, and for additional design layout required to analyze indirect effects. Task 25.1 Additional Design: The Consultant will conduct additional design to analyze local alternatives.Additional design will be completed for the following Assumptions • Develop Local only connection for 324th from Military Road to Peasely Canyon • Develop Local only connection for 330"under freeway into Weyerhauser, and 23rd to 336th • Obtain and include Gateway auxiliary lane to determine feasibility of options • Additional effort to make a 3121h interchange solution work by resolving Sound Transit light rail conflicts ■ Additional access alternatives and potential impact boundary for four additional alternatives and 10-12 types(up to three different types per location) • Credit$5,000 back to Task 11.02 for a conceptual workshop that did not occur in the previous scope • Develop Context and Modal Accommodation Report Deliverables • Design layouts in Microstation • Identification of design impact area for alternatives evaluation. City of Federal Way April 30,2019 City Center Access Project 20 Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task 25.2 Additional Cost Estimating: The Consultant will develop a planning-level cost estimate for all local only elements.This information will be utilized for the local only feasibility study and the one page documentation for the Study Support Team.The consultant will also develop additional cost estimates for Access Alternatives—the original scope assumed two alternative estimates—this amendment provides for four additional and 10-12 types (up to 3 types at each new access alternative location). Assumptions • Cost estimates for all local only alternatives will include a planning-level per lane cost Deliverables • Cost Estimate for all Local only elements • Cost estimate for four additional Access Alternatives and 10-12 types per interchange Task 25.3 Alternatives Considered but Rejected The Consultant will develop documentation for the Alternatives considered but rejected, including all developed by workshops and outreach Assumptions • Two City review cycles • One WSDOT review cycle • Two FHWA and SST review cycles Deliverables • Draft documents for City, WSDOT, Executive Team and Study Support Team Meetings • Executive Team Meetings • Final in .pdf Format Task 26 — Alternatives Evaluation and Screening The original scope provided for Alternatives Evaluation and Screening for two alternatives, Assumptions Evaluation and screening for high level screening for nine additional alternatives (fatal flaw) and a more detailed screening for four additional alternatives. Deliverables Q screening matrices City of Federal Way April 30,2019 City Center Access Project 21 Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Deliverables The previous scope deliverables will be replaced with: • Draft and Final Non-Access Feasibility Report ® Draft and Final Access Revision Report Task 28 — 2025 Travel Demand Modeling Support The Consultant will provide up to eight(8) hours of support to City staff for the 2025 travel demand modeling of the City's Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP). 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WAY LAW DEPARTMEN' OUTING FORM ORIGINATING DEPT/DIV: PUBLIC WORKS/STREETS ORIGINATING STAFF PERSON:NAVEEN CHANDRA EXT:2729 3. DATE REQ.BY:RUSH ;. TYPE OF DOCUMENT(CHECK ONE): ❑ CONTRACTOR SELECTION DOCUMENT(E.G.,RFB,RFP,RFQ) o PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT 0 SMALL OR LIMITED PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT O PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AGREEMENT o MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT o GOODS AND SERVICE AGREEMENT 0 HUMAN SERVICES/CDBG o REAL ESTATE DOCUMENT ❑ SECURITY DOCUMENT(E.G.BOND RELATED DOCUMENTS) o ORDINANCE o RESOLUTION 'CONTRACT AMENDMENT(AG#):17-134 ❑ INTERLOCAL /OTHER SUPPLEMENT NO.3 L PROJECT NAME:CITY CENTER ACCESS S CA N N E D i. NAME OF CONTRACTOR:PARAMETRIX,INC ADDRESS:719 2ND AVENUE SUITE 200,SEATTLE, WA 98104 TELEPHONE(206)394-3664 E-MAIL:SGLOVER@PARAMETRIX.COM FAx:(855)542-6353 SIGNATURE NAME:JEFFREY PEACOCK TITLE:CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER r. EXHIBITS AND ATTACHMENTS:o SCOPE,WORK OR SERVICES o COMPENSATION o INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS/CERTIFICATE ❑ ALL OTHER REFERENCED EXHIBITS ❑ PROOF OF AUTHORITY TO SIGN ❑ REQUIRED LICENSES 0 PRIOR CONTRACT/AMENDMENTS CFW LICENSE#90 101843 000 00 BL,EXP. 12/31/17 UBI#600 135 349 ,EXP. 9 /30/ aOl R '. TERM: COMMENCEMENT DATE:AUGUST 23, 2017 COMPLETION DATE:DEermiThirlITZUrg Mk o(2-4)20 :. TOTAL COMPENSATION:$2,334,082.75(UNCHANGED) (INCLUDE EXPENSES AND SALES TAX,IF ANY) (IF CALCULATED ON HOURLY LABOR CHARGE-ATTACH SCHEDULES OF EMPLOYEES TITLES AND HOLIDAY RATES) REIMBURSABLE EXPENSE: ❑YES 0 NO IF YES,MAXIMUM DOLLAR AMOUNT: $60,641.61 IS SALES TAX OWED: o YES ❑NO IF YES,$ PAID BY: o CONTRACTOR o CITY RETAINAGE: RETAINAGE AMOUNT: ❑RETAINAGE AGREEMENT(SEE CONTRACT) OR o RETAINAGE BOND PROVIDED o PURCHASING: PLEASE CHARGE To:306-4400-208-595-63 ! IA l 1 1. DOCUMENT/CONTRACT REVIEW INITIAL/DATE REVIEWED INITIAL/DATE APPROVED I' PROJECT MANAGER j\IG/ !(-227 /c- DIVISION MANAGER ,.e(DEPUTY DIRECTOR , ,4t CU—ILPIREcToR �w' 6` \ t& 0 RISK MANAGEMENT (IF APPLICABLE) Ar/LAW DEPT 0. COUNCIL APPROVAL(IF APPLICABLE) COMMITTEE APPROVAL DATE: COUNCIL APPROVAL DATE: 1. CONTRACT SIGNATURE ROUTING a El SENT TO VENDOR/CONTRACTOR ( DATE SENT: cl ec4ToRital(y$a-t8 DATE REC'D:g-‘.S—lO o ATTACH: SIGNATURE AUTHORIT'4 INSURANCE CERTIFICATE,LICENSES,EXHIBITS o CREATE ELECTRONIC REMINDER/NOTIFICATION FOR I MONTH PRIOR TO EXPIRATION DATE (INCLUDE DEPT.SUPPORT STAFF IF NECESSARY AND FEEL FREE TO SET NOTIFICATION MORE THAN A MONTH IN ADVANCE IF COUNCIL APPROVAL IS NEEDED.) \ INITIAL/DATE SIGNED AIL LAW DEPT1:�7�f��� (Il� Ii SIGNATORY0R DIRECTOR) `VOf.r 7 CITY CLERK 7 Intim ► .i% ►. ASSIGNED AG# AG• 1112Vo GI I ❑ SIGNED COPY RETURNED DATE SENT: Y (VM a ❑RETURN ONE ORIGINAL ;OMMENTS: XECUTE"2 ORIGINALS.THIS SUPPLEMENT AUTHORIZES ADDITIONAL SERVICES UNDER THE MANAGEMENT RESERVE OF THE ORIGINAL ;ONTRACT.THEREFORE,THERE IS NO CHANGE TO THE TOTAL COMPENSATION OF THE CONTRACT UNDER THIS SUPPLEMENT.THIS SUPPLEMENT IMPLY AUTHORIZES THE WORK AND FUNDS TO BE PAID UNDER MANAGEMENT RESERVE OF THE ORIGINAL CONTRACT. 4/2017 r RETURN TO: PW ADMIN EXT: 2700 ID#: 3 3 9 J (p CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LAW DEPARTMENT ROUTING FORM ORIGINATING DEPT/DIV: PUBLIC WORKS/STREETS ORIGINATING STAFF PERSON:NAVEEN CHANDRA EXT:2729 3. DATE REQ.BY:RUSH TYPE OF DOCUMENT(CHECK ONE): o CONTRACTOR SELECTION DOCUMENT(E.G.,RFB,RFP,RFQ) o PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT o SMALL OR LIMITED PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AGREEMENT o MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT o GOODS AND SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ HUMAN SERVICES/CDBG ❑ REAL ESTATE DOCUMENT ❑ SECURITY DOCUMENT(E.G.BOND RELATED DOCUMENTS) ❑ ORDNANCE ❑ RESOLUTION "CONTRACT AMENDMENT(AG#):17-134 ❑ INTERLOCAL /OTHER SUPPLEMENT NO.3 PROJECT NAME:CITY CENTER ACCESS i, NAME OF CONTRACTOR:PARAMETRIX,INC ADDRESS:719 2'•'°AVENUE SUITE 200,SEATTLE, WA 98104 TELEPHONE(206)394-3664 E-MAIL:SGLOVER(Ci/PARAMETRIX.COM FAX:(855)542-6353 SIGNATURE NAME:JEFFREY PEACOCK TITLE:CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER P. EXHIBITS AND ATTACHMENTS:❑ SCOPE,WORK OR SERVICES o COMPENSATION ❑ INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS/CERTIFICATE ❑ ALL OTHER REFERENCED EXHIBITS ❑ PROOF OF AUTHORITY TO SIGN ❑ REQUIRED LICENSES ❑ PRIOR CONTRACT/AMENDMENTS CFW LICENSE#90 101843 000 00 BL,EXP. 12/31/17 Usi#600 135 349 ,EXP. 4 /30/ aot'1 '. TERM: COMMENCEMENT DATE:AUGUST 23, 2017 COMPLETION DATE:DECEMBER 30,2018 �. TOTAL COMPENSATION:$2,334,082.75(UNCHANGED) (INCLUDE EXPENSES AND SALES TAX,IF ANY) (IF CALCULATED ON HOURLY LABOR CHARGE-ATTACH SCHEDULES OF EMPLOYEES TITLES AND HOLIDAY RATES) REIMBURSABLE EXPENSE: ❑YES 0 NO IF YES,MAXIMUM DOLLAR AMOUNT: $60,641.61 IS SALES TAX OWED: ❑YES ❑NO IF YES,$ PAID BY: o CONTRACTOR ❑CITY RETAINAGE: RETAINAGE AMOUNT: ❑RETAINAGE AGREEMENT(SEE CONTRACT) OR o RETAINAGE BOND PROVIDED O PURCHASING: PLEASE CHARGE TO:306-4400-208-595-63 '. DOCUMENT/CONTRACT REVIEW INITIAL/DATE REVIEWED INITIAL/DATE APPROVED 'PROJECT MANAGER JNIGf J� VDIVISION MANAGER ,.DEPUTY DIRECTOR / (A.7 7 DIRECTOR o RISK MANAGEMENT (IF APPLICABLE) LAW DEPT 0. COUNCIL APPROVAL(IF APPLICABLE) COMMITTEE APPROVAL DATE: COUNCIL APPROVAL DATE: 1. CONTRACT SIGNATURE ROUTING 1 p ❑ SENT TO VENDOR/CONTRACTOR DATE SENT: GI CLATORitglIy a'L$ DATE REC'D:%i '` l0 3' ❑ ATTACH: SIGNATURE AUTHORIT , INSURANCE CERTIFICATE,LICENSES,EXHIBITS 0 CREATE ELECTRONIC REMINDE' OTIFICATION FOR 1 MONTH PRIOR TO EXPIRATION DATE (INCLUDE DEPT.SUPPORT STAFF IF NECESS 'Y AND FEEL FREE TO SET NOTIFICATION MORE THAN A MONTH IN ADVANCE IF COUNCIL APPROVAL IS NEEDED.) INITIAL/DATE SIGNED LAW DEPT � >:*Y J71f d 1" Lt SIGNATORY AYO' •R DIRECTOR) 41W4g' r/l CITY CLERK V /nirein:2 ► .i. ►_ ASSIGNED AG# AG• �UVg Ci I I o SIGNED COPY RETURNED DATE SENT: FM , 0 RETURN ONE ORIGINAL :OMMENTS: XECUTE"2 ORIGINALS.THIS SUPPLEMENT AUTHORIZES ADDITIONAL SERVICES UNDER THE MANAGEMENT RESERVE OF THE ORIGINAL 'ONTRACT.THEREFORE,THERE IS NO CHANGE TO THE TOTAL COMPENSATION OF THE CONTRACT UNDER THIS SUPPLEMENT.THIS SUPPLEMENT IMPLY AUTHORIZES THE WORK AND FUNDS TO BE PAID UNDER MANAGEMENT RESERVE OF THE ORIGINAL CONTRACT. 4/2017 SUPPLEMENT NO. 3 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LOCAL AGENCY STANDARD CONSULTANT AGREEMENT FOR CITY CENTER ACCESS PROJECT DESIGN SERVICES The local agency of the City of Federal Way desires to supplement the agreement entered into with Parametrix, Inc. effective the 23rd day of August 2017, identified as Agreement No. 17-134 as supplemented by Supplement No. 1 dated January 18, 2018 and Supplement No. 2 dated May 10, 2018. All provisions in the Agreement remain in effect except as expressly modified by this supplement, "Supplement No. 3." The changes to the Agreement are described as follows: • Section II, Scope of Services, shall be amended to include those additional services more particularly described in Exhibit "A-3" attached hereto and incorporated by this reference(Additional Services). II Section IV, Time for Beainnina and Completion, shall be amended to extend the completion date to June 30, 2020. p Section V, Payment Provisions, A. Hourly Rates: The negotiated hourly rates changed as a result of change in the direct (raw) labor rates and classifications and indirect cost rates as shown on Exhibits "D- 3"and "E-3,"which are attached hereto and incorporated by this reference. C. The maximum amount payable under this Supplement No. 3 inclusive of all fees and other costs is Ninety-Four Thousand Eighty-Six and 47/100 Dollars ($94,086.47) for a total amount payable to the Consultant pursuant to the Agreement, Supplement No. 1, Supplement No. 2, and this Supplement No. 3, inclusive of all fees and other costs, to be an amount not to exceed Two Million Three Hundred Thirty-Four Thousand Eighty-Two and 75/100 Dollars ($2,334,082.75). The attached Exhibits "D- 3" and "E-3," which describes the payment for work to be performed under this Supplement No. 3, are hereby made a part of the Supplemental Agreement. Signed this 1L( day of (,(qUS* , 2018. K\TR\IIIc\Grants&Projects\Projects\Cory Center\Lees\2017\Consultant%greement-I'MM\2017\\mendment 0 3\1.cgz1 Review\Past Review\-\G 17-134 CCA Supplemenr \o 3-8-2-2018-110,d docx PARAMETRIX, INC.: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: By: BY: -Roger Flint Ferrell Its: Chief Operating Officer Its: Mayor 719 2"d Avenue, Suite 200 33325 8th Ave S Seattle,WA 98104 Federal Way,WA 98003 (206)394-3664 (253)835-2401 APP DASTi • - -Pot J. Ryan Call, City Attorney 1,\TR.\Ff1C\Gnnrs&Proieets\protects\City Cm,1,cess\2017\Consul.mt.\geemenr•PMX 2017\3mentIment ft 1\Lmil I4.8w1Rost R...ew\.1C 17-134 CCA iupplem.m Vu 38 2 2018-final Jots Parametrix Exhibit "A-3" ENGINEERING PLANNING ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES SCOPE OF WORK City of Federal Way City Center Access Project Amendment 3 PROJECT UNDERSTANDING The City Center Access Project proposes to modify an existing or build a new interchange in Federal Way on Interstate 5 (1-5). Parametrix is under contract to complete the IJR, Environmental Documentation, and Preliminary Engineering. This amendment addresses the following changes in project assumptions. • The original scope of work assumed two interchange build alternatives would be developed, analyzed and evaluated.WSDOT and FHWA are requiring a review of local only improvements prior to analyzing interchange modifications. If the Local only improvement alternative does not meet the Need,additional interchange alternatives may be reviewed. This amendment addresses additional work identified to complete the analysis and evaluation of the local only solutions, including: • Updates to the Project Management Plan including schedule revisions,deliverables tracking, budget tracking, purpose and need revisions. • Additional Study Support Team meetings,WSDOT Traffic meetings and Project Management Team Meetings(PMT) and team charter updates. • Travel demand model and turn movement forecasts for a true no-build alternative. • Travel forecasts,operations analysis and evaluation of Local Only Solution elements. • Additional outreach required for this effort is not included and, if needed, will be requested when identified. Task 16. 5 Project Management Plan Additional The Consultant shall update the Project Management Plan based on the changes including schedule revisions, deliverables tracking, budget tracking and invoicing, purpose and need revision. Assumptions • Approximately 18 months of additional project time are considered for project management and invoicing. Deliverables • Revised Schedule updates. • Invoices and progress reports. City of Federal Way City Center Access Project 1 July,2018 SCOPE OF WORK(continued) Exhibit "A-3" • Purpose and need updated. Task 16.6 Study Support Team Meetings -Additional The Consultant shall coordinate and participate in additional Study Support Team meetings,WSDOT Traffic meetings and PMT meetings to work through the development of the Local Only option elements,solutions, evaluation criteria, qualitative and quantitative analysis, and evaluation.Team charter updates will be required through the process. Assumptions • Three additional Study Support Team meetings. • Four additional PMT meetings,two in person and two via Skype or similar. • Eight additional WSDOT Traffic Focused meetings, six by Skype and two in person meetings. • Updates to the Team Charter will be ongoing.This Is a useful tool regarding Study Support Team members, roles and responsibilities, signed or not.. Deliverables • Materials for IJR support team review. • Agendas and meeting minutes. • Team Charter updates. Task 16.7 Travel Demand Modeling — Future No Build Model and Select Link Analysis The Consultant will provide travel demand modeling for the future no build option to supplement the future local improvements option previously completed that replaced the future no build modeling option in task 5.3.The 2040 travel demand will be updated to reflect the no build condition within the study area. • The future no build roadway network will be adjusted as agreed upon with the City. • The future no build transit will be updated to reflect the changes made to the updated the recent PSRC Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) update 4.01K.Transit coding will only be updated within the study area. • The future no build model will assume the same land use that was agreed upon with the City for the use of the future local improvements travel demand model. No changes to land use are assumed within this task. • Traffic forecasts in the form of turn movements, ramp, and 1-5 mainline traffic volumes will be developed for the No Build for the AM and PM peak hours. Daily traffic volumes will be developed for the freeway mainline and ramps and key locations along the arterials.This will be consistent with methodology developed in task 6.2. • Perform up to three OD analyses, each based on a Select Link analysis of one bi-directional link.The analysis will be conducted for the PM peak period only in Federal Way's Base Year and Future No City of Federal Way August 2018 City Center Access Project 2 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Exhibit "A-3" Build models. Maps will be created to show the number of Origins for each zone within Federal Way and the number of Destinations for each zone within Federal Way for both Base Year and Future No Build. • Include findings in technical memorandum included in Task 5. Assumptions • Updates to the travel demand technical memorandum are included in Task 5. • Select Link analyses will be conducted using Federal Way's Updated Base Year and Future No Build models. • Select Link analyses will be conducted for a bi-directional link for PM period only. Deliverables • True No Build traffic demand modeling and forecasts • Origin-Destination maps by zone(12). Task 16.8 Evaluation of Local Only Solutions The Consultant shall conduct operational analysis for existing and future year for local only solutions identified in coordination with the Study Support Team.This will include: • Hand redistribution of volumes and Synchro or SimTraffic analysis of up to 12 local only solution elements.Solutions may include elements such as dedicated HOV/Transit lanes, impact of removing or reducing pedestrian crossing times, prohibited left turns,or other changes in channelization or intersection control.The analysis may include reporting queue, delay, LOS,or v/c ratios. • SimTraffic videos for up to two options. • A qualitative evaluation of up to 12 non-motorized improvements including pedestrian/bicycle Level of Traffic Stress factor, if applicable. • A quantitative evaluation of transit delay at study intersections within the study area for up to four solution elements. • An update to the Methods and Assumptions memo to document the evaluation process. Deliverables • Synchro or SimTraffic files. City of Federal Way August 2018 City Center Access Project 3 Exhibit D-3 Actuals Not to Exceed Table(ANTE) Paramolrtx,Inc. 1019 39th Avenue NE,Suite 100 Puyallup.WA 98314 Overhead Fixed Fcc All Inclusive Dourly Job ClasslRcatlons Dlrect Labor 181.48% 30.00% Billing Rate NTE NTE NTE Nil AdmmAssistant 21.60 39,211 6.48 67,28 Butiness Mgr 48.08 87.26 14.42 149.76 CA DI)Operator l 23.00 41.74 6,90 71.64 CARD Operator 11 26.00 47.18 7.80 00.98 CADD Operator Ill 38.00 68.96 11.40 11836 G1DD Services Manager 55.29 10034 16.59 172.22 Chief Operative Officer 1 112,79 204.69 33.84 35132 Communications Specialist 25.00 4537 7.50 77.87 Community Budding Division Manager 78.46 14239 2354 244.39 C'ousuuclion Manager I 55.00 99.81 16.50 17131 Cultural Resource Specialist I 22.00 39.93 6.60 6853 Cultural Resource Specialist Il 26.27 47.67 7.88 81.83 Cultural Resource Specialist[[I 2539 46.08 7.62 79.08 Cultural Resources Specialist IV 33.00 59.89 9.90 102,79 Designer I 32.25 583.3 9.68 100,45 Designer fI 32.511 50.98 9,75 10113 Designer III 39.30 71.32 11.79 122.41 Designee IV 49.63 90.07 14.39 15459 Dir.of Risk Management 99.97 181.43 29.99 31139 Electrical Dcsi nrr II 4058 73.64 12.17 126.40 Electrical Designer III 40.96 74.33 12.29 127.58 Electrical Designer IV 47.83 86.80 14.35 148.98 Electrical Engineer II 3730 67.69 11.19 116.18 Element lingrnecr III 43.28 78.54 12.98 134.81 Electrical Engineer IV 60.10 109.07 18.03 187.20 Engineer I 33.65 61.07 10.10 104.81 Engineer II 37.00 67.15 11.10 115.25 Ene iect III 41133 87.71 14.511 150154 Engineer IV 52.37 95.04 15.71 163.12 Environmental Tech I 30.011 54.44 9.00 93.44 EP&C Division&tanager 69.71 12651 20.91 217.13 Finance Assistant .4. 20.00 36.30 6.00 62.30 GIS Analyst 3030 54.99 9.09 94.38 GIS Technician 29.07 52.76 8.72 90.55 Nyiliogcologisl[11 37.21 67.53 11.16 115.90 Inspector 40,00 7259 12.110 124.59 IT Manager 67.50 122.50 20.25 210.25 Ir Engineer 20.00 3630 6,00 6230 Marketing Coordinator 26.44 4798 7,93 8236 Offlee.Administrator 25.49 46.26 7.65 79.40 t)permtions,sianager 93.03 168.83 27.91 289.77 Owner's Representative 87.01 157.91 26.10 271.02 Planner 1 29.81 04.111 8.94 92.85 Planner II 38.00 68.96 11.40 118.36 Planner t❑ 41.23 74.82 12.37 128.42 Planner IV 46.90 115.11 14.07 146.08 Ti,mural t'onsn0unt 120.00 217.78 36.110 373.78 Protect Accountant 27.95 50.72 8,39 87.06 Project Controls Specialist 36.44 66.13 10.93 113.50 Propel Coordinator 27.00 49.00 8.10 84.10 Pro)))pel Delivery Officer 75.00 136.11 22.50 233.61 Publications Specialist II 26.13 47.42 7.84 8139 PuhlrcuUo1M Supervisor 38.42 69.72 11.53 119.67 Resident Engineer 43.04 78,11 12.91 134.06 Scientist I 28.56 51.83 11.57 88.96 Scientist II 26.68 48.42 8.00 83.10 Sciemis III 50,00 90.74 15.00 155.74 Scicnlist 1V 49.00 88.93 14.70 152.63 Sr Admin Assistant 25.00 4537 7.50 77.87 Sr Conslru.hon Mgr 85.00 154.26 25.50 264.76 Sr Consultant 160.00 290.37 48.00 498.37 Sr Contract Administrator 42.45 77.04 12.74 132.22 Sr Cultural Resource Specialist 40.00 72.59 12.00 124.59 Sr Designer 55.811 99,81 16.511 17131 Sr Electrical Designer 57.68 104.68 1730 179.66 SrBleetts:al Enguteer 7211 131.05 21.66 224.92 Sr Fnginccr 95.00 172.41 28.50 295.91 Sr Graph,e,Designer 36.85 66.88 11.06 114.78 Sr IIydm Ivo logrsr 61.41 111.45 18.42 191.28 Sr Inspector 60.00 108.89 18.00 186.89 Sr Markctj C oordinutor 45.00 81.67 13.50 140.17 Sr Planner 6535 118.60 10.61 20335 Sr Pro0.na Accuunlam 39.59 7155 11.88 12331 Sr Pinned C,mlnd Specialist 45.02 81.70 13.51 140.23 1 Exhibit D-3 I Overhead Fixed Fee All inclusive Hourly Job Clusa111cntions Direct Labor I81.48.7/, 30.00% Billing Rate NTE NTE NTE NTE Sr Protect Coordinator 2938 53.68 8.87 92.14 Sr Publications Specialist 30.87 56.02 9.26 96.15 Sr Scientist 63.00 11433 18.90 196.23 Sr Surveyor 41.90 76.04 12.57 130.51 Sr Systema Administrator 50.75 92.10 15.23 158.08 SrTern Aide 25.00 4537 7.50 77.87 Sr Vice President 11538 209.39 34.61 35939 Survey Supervisor 60.57 109.92 18.17 18846 Surveyor 1 24.96 45-10 7.49 77.75 Surveyor I1 33.00 59.89 9.90 102.79 Surveyor III .12.11(1 76.22 1240 1311.82 recti Arde 24.00 43.56 7.20 74.76 Technical Editor 3627 65.02 10.88 112.97 Teclusical Lead 43,02 78.07 12.91 I34.00 UAV I'ilol 50.00 90.74 15.00 155.74 Vice President 93 50 169.68 28.05 291.23 Water Solutions Div higr 7938 144.42 23.87 247.88 z E E 5 $ R #11. 81$1 I II 3 :wii: :ii 11.1 11 1I '',1.';im;li i 44 4i S 8 11111111 M i 1"':5 4 s � I 3�i I I I 13 Ii1 82-4! 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RETURN TO: PW ADMIN EXT: 2700 ID#: .3 2.0 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LAW DEPARTMENT ROUTING FORM ORIGINATING DEPT/DIV: PUBLIC WORKS/STREETS ORIGINATING STAFF PERSON:NAVEEN CHANDRA EXT:2729 3. DATE REQ.BY:RUSH L. TYPE OF DOCUMENT(CHECK ONE): ❑ CONTRACTOR SELECTION DOCUMENT(E.G.,RFB,RFP,RFQ) ❑ PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ SMALL OR LIMITED PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AGREEMENT o MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT o GOODS AND SERVICE AGREEMENT o HUMAN SERVICES/CDBG o REAL ESTATE DOCUMENT o SECURITY DOCUMENT(E.G.BOND RELATED DOCUMENTS) o ORDINANCE o RESOLUTION [-CONTRACT AMENDMENT(AG#):17-134 ❑ INTERLOCAL VOTHER SUPPLEMENT NO.2 G. PROJECT NAME:CITY CENTER ACCESS ;. NAME OF CONTRACTOR:PARAMETRIX,INC ADDRESS:719 2ND AVENUE SUITE 200,SEATTLE, WA 98104 TELEPHONE(206)394-3664 E-MAIL:SGLOVER@PARAMETRIX.COM FAx:(855)542-6353 SIGNATURE NAME:JEFFREY PEACOCK TITLE:CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER 1. EXHIBITS AND ATTACHMENTS:❑ SCOPE,WORK OR SERVICES o COMPENSATION o INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS/CERTIFICATE ❑ ALL OTHER REFERENCED EXHIBITS ❑ PROOF OF AUTHORITY TO SIGN ❑ REQUIRED LICENSES ❑ PRIOR CONTRACT/AMENDMENTS CFW LICENSE#90 101843 000 00 BL,EXP. 12/31/19 UBI#600 135 349 ,EXP.q t /19 '. TERM: COMMENCEMENT DATE:AUGUST 23, 2017 COMPLETION DATE:DECEMBER 30,2018 TOTAL COMPENSATION:$2,334,082.75(UNCHANGED) (INCLUDE EXPENSES AND SALES TAX,IF ANY) (IF CALCULATED ON HOURLY LABOR CHARGE-ATTACH SCHEDULES OF EMPLOYEES TITLES AND HOLIDAY RATES) REIMBURSABLE EXPENSE: ❑YES ❑NO IF YES,MAXIMUM DOLLAR AMOUNT: $60,534.61 (UNCHANGED) IS SALES TAX OWED: o YES ❑NO IF YES,$ PAID BY: o CONTRACTOR ❑CITY RETAINAGE: RETAINAGE AMOUNT: ❑RETAINAGE AGREEMENT(SEE CONTRACT) OR ❑RETAINAGE BOND PROVIDED o PURCHASING: PLEASE CHARGE To: P. DOCUMENT/CONTRACT REVIEW INITIAL/DATE REVIEWED INITIAL/DATE APPROVED PROJECT MANAGER (: � {-2G -/cs- 0,15IVISION MANAGER .VT)EPUTY DIRECTOR it-71)42 - ZQ DIRECTOR 1 ua I I g o RISK MANAGEMENT (IF APPLICABLE) 1AW DEPT G/ (.{46/I$ 0. COUNCIL APPROVAL(IF APPLICABLE) COMMITTEE APPROVAL DATE: COUNCIL APPROVAL DATE: 1. CONTRACT SIGNATURE ROUTING /- ' -^ f ) 27ItA �� i..,SENTTO VENDOR/CONTRACTOR DATE SENT: C DATE REC'D: J •r- ❑ A TACH: SIGNATURE AUTHORITY, INSURANCE CERTIFICATE,LICENSES,EXHIBITS o CREATE ELECTRONIC REMINDER/NOTIFICATION FOR 1 MONTH PRIOR TO EXPIRATION DATE (INCLUDE DEPT.SUPPORT STAFF IF NECESSARY AND FEEL FREE TO SET NOTIFICATION MORE THAN A MONTH IN ADVANCE IF COUNCIL APPROVAL IS NEEDED.) INITIAL/DATE SIGNED ❑I FINANCE DEPARTMENT I LAW DEPT efa9r: SIGNATOR' iviti r v o CITY CLERK LJ�f1110Trilk ` Ass IGNED AG# AG• .-' SN' An a% COPY RETURNED DATE SENT: r ❑RETURN ONE ORIGINAL 2OMMENTS: EXECUTE"2"ORIGINALS.THIS SUPPLEMENT AUTHORIZES ADDITIONAL SERVICES UNDER THE MANAGEMENT RESERVE OF THE ORIGINAL :ONTRACT.THEREFORE,THERE IS NO CHANGE TO THE TOTAL COMPENSATION OF THE CONTRACT UNDER THIS SUPPLEMENT.THIS SUPPLEMENT IMPLY AUTHORIZES THE WORK AND FUNDS TO BE PAID UNDER MANAGEMENT RESERVE OF THE ORIGINAL CONTRACT. 4/2017 SUPPLEMENT NO. 2 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LOCAL AGENCY STANDARD CONSULTANT AGREEMENT FOR CITY CENTER ACCESS PROJECT DESIGN SERVICES The local agency of the City of Federal Way desires to supplement the agreement entered into with Parametrix, Inc. effective the 23rd day of August 2017, identified as Agreement No. 17-134 as supplemented by Supplement No. 1 dated January 18, 2018. All provisions in the Agreement remain in effect except as expressly modified by this supplement, "Supplement No. 2." The changes to the Agreement are described as follows: Section II, Scope of Services, shall be amended to include those additional services more particularly described in Exhibit "A-2" attached hereto and incorporated by this reference(Additional Services). II Section V, Payment,the maximum amount payable under this Supplement No. 2 inclusive of all fees and other costs is Twenty-Three Thousand Four Hundred Six and 26/100 Dollars ($23,406.26) for a total amount payable to the Consultant pursuant to the Agreement, Supplement No. 1 and this Supplement No. 2, inclusive of all fees and other costs, to be an amount not to exceed Two Million Three Hundred Thirty-Four Thousand Eighty-Two and 75/100 Dollars($2,334,082.75). The attached Exhibit"D-2,"which describes the payment for work to be performed under this Supplement No. 2, is hereby made a part of the Supplemental Agreement. Signed this 0 day of S , 2018. PARAMETRIX, INC.: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: By: By: /rev 'eacock fm Ferrell Its: Chief Executive Officer Its: Mayor 719 2nd Avenue, Suite 200 33325 8th Ave S Seattle,WA 98104 Federal Way, WA 98003 (206)394-3664 (253) 835-2401 APPROVED AS TO FO' O "Air lie ;%7 le J. Ryan Call, City Attorney K:\TRAFFIC\Grants&Projects\ProjectslCity Center Access\2017\Consultant Agreement-PMX 2017\Amendment#2VAG 17-134 CCA Supplement No 2.docx Parar»etrx EXHIBIT"A-2" ENGINEERING PLANNING:ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES ainv :511/111/1111//411111111111111111111= SCOPE OF WORK City of Federal Way City Center Access Project PROJECT UNDERSTANDING The City Center Access Project proposes to modify an existing or build a new interchange in Federal Way on Interstate 5 (1-5). Parametrix is under contract to complete the UR, Environmental Documentation and Preliminary Engineering. This amendment addresses the following changes in project assumptions. • Original scope assumed previous alternative development and screening which resulted in two interchange alternatives in the S 320th Street vicinity, would be adopted.Amendment 1 added effort to validate previous alternatives screening process and additional travel demand model analyses. This amendment addresses additional work identified to date which includes: • SimTraffic operational analyses and documentation needed to communicate the City Center development plans, project need, and preliminary travel demand model analyses of interchange modifications. Task 16 — Management Reserve Fee Task 16. 3 SimTraffic The Consultant shall develop a SimTraffic model for the existing and year 2045 Local Improvements Option for use in establishing the project purpose and need and developing the range of alternatives. Assumptions • • The limits of the SimTraffic model will include S 320th Street from Pacific Highway to Military Road.The model will include the following intersections: • S 320th Street/Pacific Highway • S 320th Street/20th Avenue S r S 320th Street/23rd Avenue S • S 320th Street/25th Avenue S • I/5 Southbound Ramps/S 320th Street • 1/5 Northbound Ramps/S 320th Street • S 320th Street/Weyerhaeuser Way S • S 320th Street/Military Road S City of Federal Way City Center Access Project 1 April 18,2018 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) • The SimTraffic model will be developed from the Synchro model and will be calibrated based on the following model parameters compared to field data: > Queues(compared to field with observations during or as indicated by the City) • Vehicle throughput(compared to count data) • The model will represent a single hour and be calibrated to existing PM peak hour conditions. • The analysis will include Existing conditions and the year 2045 Local Improvements Option.The 2045 Local Improvements Option will be consistent with the alternative presented in the March 2018 Study Support Team meeting. • Output for the two scenarios modeled include: > Queues for intersection approaches including on the interstate off ramps A Volume throughput at three screenlines along S 320th • Video • The calibration methodology will be documented in a technical memorandum. Deliverables • Calibration Technical Memorandum • Videos Task 16.4 Project Need and Preliminary Findings Technical Memorandum The Consultant shall prepare a technical memorandum describing the project need and preliminary modified access findings,for use in discussions with decision makers and WSDOT, FHWA, and other agencies. Assumptions • Existing data and preliminary travel demand modeling analysis available from Tasks 5 and 6 of the original scope will be utilized. • Planning level forecasts will be developed for a sensitivity analysis scenario using the travel demand model.The scenario includes modified access at the S 324th Street interchange and will be in addition to improvements in the Local Improvements Option (consistent with the alternative presented in the March 2018 Study Support Team meeting.Volume plots will be produced comparing the sensitivity analysis scenario to the Local Improvements Option only scenario. The City will review the forecast volume prior to starting the analysis. • A technical memorandum will be developed which may include the following: > Description of documented City Center Core future land use per the City of Federal Way Comprehensive Plan and PSRC • Description of project history • Description of changes in the Regional system since the previous study.This includes elements such as LRT to Tacoma, Metro Connects, and changes to the PSRC travel demand modeling process. City of Federal Way April 18,2018 City Center Access Project 2 • SCOPE OF WORK(continued) ✓ Description of changes in the Federal Way transportation system to support the land use changes in the City Center Core.This includes updates to plans or actions. • Description of project need, including current and future traffic conditions based on updated travel demand modeling, existing data collected, and the SimTraffic analysis. • Description of changes in traffic volumes with modified interchange access. 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DATE REQ. BY:RUSH o SMALL OR LIMITED PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT o MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT ❑ HUMAN SERVICES / CDBG o SECURITY DOCUMENT (E.G. BOND RELATED DOCUMENTS) o RESOLUTION ❑ INTERLOCAL I. PROJECT NAME: CITY CENTER ACCESS ;. NAME OF CONTRACTOR: PARAMETRIX, INC 1. ADDRESS: 719 2ND AVENUE SUITE 200, SEATTLE, WA 98104 E-MAIL: S G LO V ER@PARAMETRIX.COM SIGNATURE NAME: TELEPHONE(206)394-3664 FAx:(855) 542-6353 TITLE: EXHIBITS AND ATTACHMENTS: o SCOPE, WORK OR SERVICES ❑ COMPENSATION ❑ INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS/CERTIFICATE REFERENCED EXHIBITS ❑ PROOF OF AUTHORITY TO SIGN ❑ REQUIRED LICENSES ❑ PRIOR CONTRACT/ ENDMENTS UBI # 600 135 349 , EXP. '/3D l( $ CFW LICENSE #90 101843 000 00 BL, EXP. 12/31/17 TERM: COMMENCEMENT DATE: 'Au Ll.S t 23, 2011 COMPLETION DATE: DECEMBER 30, 2018 t 1C)''' TOTAL COMPENSATION: $2,334, 5101 CHANGED) ❑ ALL OTHER (INCLUDE EXPENSES AND SALES TAX, IF ANY) (IF CALCULATED ON HOURLY LABOR CHARGE - ATTACH SCHEDULES OF EMPLOYEES TITLES AND HOLIDAY RATES) REIMBURSABLE EXPENSE: 0 YES 0 NO IF YES, MAXIMUM DOLLAR AMOUNT: $61,14 (UNCHANGED) IS SALES TAX OWED: ❑ YES 0 NO IF YES, $ CP 15.' ' •' J PAID BY: 0 CONTRACTOR ❑ CITY RETAINAGE: RETAINAGE AMOUNT: ❑ RETAINAGE AGREEMENT (SEE CONTRACT) OR ❑ RETAINAGE BOND PROVIDED o PURCHASING: PLEASE CHARGE To: DOCUMENT / CONTRACT REVIEW Et/PROJECT MANAGER p'DIVISION MANAGER i 4iEPUTY DIRECTOR c�BIRECTOR o RISK MANAGEMENT (IF APPLICABLE) ,AW DEPT 0. COUNCIL APPROVAL (IF APPLICABLE) INITIAL / DATE REVIEWED INITIAL / DATE APPROVED NL I (2-27-1+ k/3/IS COMMITTEE APPROVAL DATE: COUNCIL APPROVAL DATE: 1. CONTRACT SIGNATURE ROUTING -' ' `} ❑ SENT TO VENDOR/CONTRACTOR DATE SENT: (1.7 �1 DATE REC'D: 1 1 W t o ATTACH: SIGNATURE AUTHORITY, INSURANCE CERTIFICATE, LI ENSES, EXHIBITS o CREATE ELECTRONIC REMINDER/NOTIFICATION FOR 1 MONTH PRIOR TO EXPIRATION DATE (INCLUDE DEPT. SUPPORT STAFF IF NECESSARY AND FEEL FREE TO SET NOTIFICATION MORE THAN A MONTH IN ADVANCE IF COUNCIL APPROVAL IS NEEDED.) .._o. -F -1:14A NCE -DEPARTMENT ii-Q)LAWDEPT SIGNATORY (MAYOR OR CITY CLERK INITIAL / DATE SIGNED X ASSIGNED AG # AG# A SIGNED COPY RETURNED DATE SENT: ❑ RETURN ONE ORIGINAL :OMMENTS: I y� %(.kap1c --- / w XECUTE " 2 " ORIGINALS. THIS SUPPLEMENT AUTHORIZES ADDITIONAL SER ICES UNDER THE MANAGEMENT RESERVE OF THE ORIGINAL :ONTRACT. THEREFORE, THERE IS NO CHANGE TO THE TOTAL COMPENSATION OF THE CONTRACT UNDER THIS SUPPLEMENT. THIS SUPPLEMENT IMPLY AUTHORIZES THE WORK AND War BEP D UNDER MANAGEMENT RESERVE OF THE ORIGINAL CONTRACT. kktlyr (move, Aft 4/2017 SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LOCAL AGENCY STANDARD CONSULTANT AGREEMENT FOR CITY CENTER ACCESS PROJECT DESIGN SERVICES The local agency of the City of Federal Way desires to supplement the agreement entered into with Parametrix, Inc effective the 23rd day of August 2017, identified as Agreement No. 17-134. All provisions in the Agreement remain in effect except as expressly modified by this supplement, "Supplement No. 1." The changes to the Agreement are described as follows: Section II, Scope of Services, shall be amended to include those additional services more particularly described in Exhibit "A-1" attached hereto and incorporated by this reference (Additional Services). II Section V, Payment, the maximum amount payable under this Supplement No. 1 inclusive of all fees and other costs is Sixty -Seven Thousand Five Hundred Seven and 28/100 Dollars ($67,507.28) for a total amount payable to the Consultant pursuant to the Agreement, and this Supplement No. 1, inclusive of all fees and other costs, to be an amount not to exceed Two Million Three Hundred Thirty -Four Thousand Eighty -Two and 75/100 Dollars ($2,334,082.75). The attached Exhibit "D-1," which describes the payment for work to be performed under this Supplement No. 1, is hereby made a part of the Supplemental Agreement. Signed this/ day of-j;;7i.: , 2018. PARAMETRIX, INC By: y cock, Its: Chief Executive Officer 719 2nd Avenue, Suite 200 Seattle, WA 98104 (206) 394-3664 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY By: rm Ferrell Its: Mayor 33325 8t Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 (253) 835-2401 APPROVED AS TO ORM. 4)/J. Ryan CaII, City Attorney K:TRAFFIC\Grants & Projects \Projects\City Center Access\2017\Consultant Agreement -PMX 2017\Amendment # 1\AG 17-134 CCA Supplement No 1 -Legal 2 docx Parametrix ENGINEERING PLANNING . ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES PROJECT UNDERSTANDING EXHIBIT "A-1" SCOPE OF WORK City of Federal Way City Center Access Project The City Center Access Project proposes to modify an existing or build a new interchange in Federal Way on Interstate 5 (1-5). Parametrix is under contract to complete the IJR,. Environmental Documentation and Preliminary Engineering. This amendment addresses the following changes in project assumptions. • Original scope assumed previous alternative development and screening which resulted in two interchange alternatives in the S 320th Street vicinity, would be adopted. This amendment addresses additional work identified to date which includes: • Additional re-initiation effort to support the IJR team understanding of the project area issues and need, • Develop additional alternatives and review or revise screening criteria, and • Complete a qualitative screening analysis of additional interchange locations. Task 16 — Management Reserve Fee Task 16.1 Validation of Previous Alternatives Screening Process The original contract scope assumed that two build alternatives (modified interchanges with improvements at 312th and 324th) would be adopted by the IJR team based on the previous work conducted from 2004 — 2009, and sub designs identified at those locations would be identified in design workshops, then evaluated and screened. Per discussion at the IJR kickoff meeting, additional review, alternatives identification, screening, evaluation and presentation will be required to verify what will be studied in the NEPA Environmental Documentation. Added work includes: • Develop a methodology to validate and update past alternatives screening. The revised methodology will incorporate WSDOT's Practical Solutions requirements into the Purpose and Need, and alternatives development and screening. • Prepare materials which depict the project study area issues and need. These may include: • Depict planned city growth (short and long term) and land use zoning. • Summarize/depict origin and destination information as produced from the travel demand model (see Task 5) and existing count data. • Summarize horizon year traffic operations issues (based on previous work). City of Federal Way City Center Access Project 1 August 15, 2017 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) • Prepare a comparison of the prior No Build alternative and the current 2045 No Build alternative forecasts. This comparison may be used to validate previous quantitative traffic analysis used in the prior alternatives development and screening. This comparison may also be used to validate the prior screening of a local only improvement option. • With the IJR team, identify additional alternatives to address Purpose and Need if it is determined with the new data that the existing alternatives set is not complete to meet environmental and WSDOT requirements. • Develop evaluation criteria for mufti -level screening including identifying metrics and targets per WSDOT's Practical Solutions approach. • Conduct screening to identify two alternatives for further evaluation. It is assumed further evaluation will be conducted per original scope of work. • Prepare a technical memorandum to document the alternatives, evaluation and screening. This technical memorandum will be incorporated into Policy Point 2 of the IJR. Assumptions • The result of this effort will be two build alternatives. • Alternative screening criteria will be qualitative, or will rely on past quantitative data. • No additional scenarios will be modeled with the travel demand model. • Screening the local only improvements alternative will occur using past work and the comparison of the past work No Build alternative forecasts and updated year 2045 No Build alternative forecasts. Deliverables • Alternatives development and screening technical memorandum in draft and final format. Task 16.2 Travel Demand Model Forecasts The Consultant shall use the existing Federal Way EMME models to conduct Select Link analyses for each on- and off -ramp at the I -5/S 320th St Interchange. The analysis will be conducted for the PM period only in Federal Way's 2012 and 2040A models. Maps will be created to show the number of origins for each zone within Federal Way for each on-ramp and the number of destinations for each zone within Federal Way for each off -ramp for the Base Year and Horizon Year. A total of ten maps are planned. Assumptions • A Select Link analysis will be conducted in EMME for each of the five ramps at the I -5/S 320th Street Interchange. This does not include the HOV direct access ramps at S 317th Street. • Select Link analyses will be conducted for Base Year and Horizon Year using the existing Federal Way 2012 and 2040A EMME models. The analysis will be conducted for the PM period only. Deliverables • Origin -Destination maps by zone (10) City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 2 yd V 0 ` f9 • QJ _ V Q O D • - n LI - O V Y v o 5 z U V C N 0J O u Q a cc 4 C f 0 0 x 3 3 F, O CO Yl N OC N co N b O 0 3 N pP N ea. Vl G N N N M x 8 3 h 0' N 8 0 6 F 2 Indirect Expenses (milea N s E 1 ag 17-134 CCA Exhibit 0-1; Summary Exhibit "D-1' Je(loog I!gAS Jo1IP3 leD!uyDal S v> N o0 00 uingpoom •u uepy ill Jaaupu3 ts, vt H g g wno ApuD asIIePadS s!oJauoj PafoJd (.4 m an 0 Aal!eg 'y Ja}iuuaf Jauueld JS Cr, rri N N N N coN 9uA10 'd uana4S JaauIHu3 Js rj N N i/1 201 Q H!113 uuu3 Al Jauueld ua ai +n S S zalezuoo IN elsaJlJauueld is m CO H N N Jano19 eipuexaly laaupu3 JS M m m N N gi m N D!lJad 'N uyor auap!saJd aoIA JS o 0 N N N ;? ;a Parametrix Labor Burdened Rates: !Labor Hours 332 CO N m K tabor Dollars NN N i n FA N rpKt N c 0 r Management Reserve Fee C 00 dR i0 > m C •C y d Travel Demand Model Forecasts 01 lD t0 Set a V) 00 0 CO 0 N ,0 N m Labor Totals: $7,866.24 523,357.88 ag 17-134 CCA Exhibit D-1; PMX-Labor Exhibit "0-1" u Ga .0 ra U L.) Ta Q co w N 10 V .-- N C U- 4 - 1O u 1O 1-4O • U U c N N 0 0 ✓ a 0. AgUeDaw Aslag aolealslulwpy m o a -i wol aaaul2u3 luelslssy m g 0 Ilaul1 eW peyD .iaaul2u3 laafoJd m 0 al wol aaeul2u3 luelslssy e70. g 3 v aallIW eueluiM aaa4u3 a(}}eajaoluaS .ti f,..1 ;21, uosulyalnH paeyala Ja2eueyp lsel 2uuaaul8u3 awea j g N N N Burdened Rates: Labor Hours N o N 8k 3 N N H DKS Labor .`28 i76 Li C Management Reserve Fee Prev Alts Screening Validation 19 6 N O W N b 0 �p f Ef0 m F -N ..0 .i 40 ti 9 10 ti 0 0 0 a a N CO CO 44 0 0 44 0 0 44 S 44 3 som 0 N N 400 a an ag 17-134 CCA Exhibit 0-1; DK5-Labor m m /- 1 ® A`WREP CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE DATE (MMIDDIYYYY) 10/19/2017 THIS CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION ONLY AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AFFIRMATIVELY OR NEGATIVELY AMEND, EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES BELOW. THIS CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CONTRACT BETWEEN THE ISSUING INSURER(S), AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OR PRODUCER, AND THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. IMPORTANT: If the certificate holder is an ADDITIONAL INSURED, the policy(ies) must have ADDITIONAL INSURED provisions or be endorsed. If SUBROGATION IS WAIVED, subject to the terms and conditions of the policy, certain policies may require an endorsement. A statement on this certificate does not confer rights to the certificate holder in lieu of such endorsement(s). PRODUCER Dealey, Renton & Associates P. O. Box 12675 Oakland CA 94604-2675 CONTACT Alison Muller NAME: PHONEFAx 510-452-2193 (AIC_No (A/C. No: _Fyn).510-465-3090 E-MAILDSS: Insurance.Certificates@dealeyrenton.com INSURER(S) AFFORDING COVERAGE NAIC # INSURER A :National Fire Insurance Co of Hartford 20478 INSURED PARAMETRI Parametrix, Inc. 1019 39th Ave. SE Puyallup WA 98374-6502 INSURER B :Valley Forge Insurance Company 20508 INSURER C :Continental Insurance Company 35289 INSURER D :American Casualty Company of Reading PA 20427 INSURERE:XL Specialty Insurance Co. 37885 INSURER F : •485609088 VISION NUMBER: THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE POLICIES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERIOD INDICATED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY REQUIREMENT, TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS, EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES. LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS INSR LTRINSD TYPE OF INSURANCE ADDL SUBR WVD POLICY NUMBER POLICY EFF (MMIDDIYYYY) POLICY EXP (MMIDD/YYYY) LIMITS A X COMMERCIAL GENERAL UABIUTY Y Y 6050531366 11/1/2017 11/1/2018 EACH OCCURRENCE $1,000,000 DAMAGE TO PREMISES (EaENTED occurrence) $1,000,000 CLAIMS -MADE X OCCUR MED EXP (Any one person) $10,000 X WA Stop Gap/EL PERSONAL Si AIN INJURY $1,000,000 GENERAL AGGREGATE $2,000,000 GEN'L AGGREGATE POUCY OTHER: LIMIT APPLIES X JECOT PER: LOC PRODUCTS - COMP/OP AGG $2,000,000 WA Stop Gap $1,000,000 B AUTOMOBILE X LIABILITY ANY AUTO OWNED AUTOS ONLY HIRED AUTOS ONLY X SCHEDULED AUTOS NON -OWNED AUTOS ONLY Y Y 6050531352 11/1/2017 11/1/2018 COMFaBINaccident) SINGLE LIMIT $1 000,000 BODILY INJURY (Per person) $ BODILY INJURY (Per accident) $ PROPERTY DAMAGE (Per accident) $ $ C X UMBRELLA LIAB EXCESS LIAB X OCCUR CLAIMS -MADE 6050531433 11/1/2017 1111/2018 EACH OCCURRENCE $10,000,000 AGGREGATE $10,000,000 $ DED X RETENTION$0 D D WORKERS COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITYYIN ANY PROPRIETOR/PARTNER/EXECUTIVE OFFICER/MEMBER EXCLUDED? (Mandatory in NH) If yes, describe under DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS below NIA y 6050531383 6050531402 11/1/2017 11/1/2017 11/1/2018 11/1/2018 X STATUTE OTETH E.L. EACH ACCIDENT $1,000,000 E.L DISEASE - EA EMPLOYEE $1,000,000 E.L. DISEASE - POLICY LIMIT $1,000,000 E Professional Liability Claims Made Pollution Liability Included DPR9918654 11/1/2017 11/1/2018 $1,000,000 per Claim $1,000,000 Annual Aggregate Retroactive Date: 01/01/1969 DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS / LOCATIONS / VEHICLES (ACORD 101, Additional Remarks Schedule, may be attached If more space is required) Project Name/Number: City Center Access Project/554-2441-831 City of Federal Way and Washington State are named as Additional Insured as respects General and Auto Liability as required per written contract or agreement. General Liability is Primary/Non-Contributory per policy form wording. CERTIFICATE HOLDER CANCELLATION City of Federal Way Attn: Naveen Chandra 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way WA 98003 SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, NOTICE WILL BE DELIVERED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE POLICY PROVISIONS. AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE ACORD 25 (2016/03) © 1988-2015 ACORD CORPORATION. All rights reserved. The ACORD name and logo are registered marks of ACORD CNA Blanket Additional Insured - Owners, Lessees or Contractors - with Products -Completed Operations Coverage Endorsement This endorsement modifies insurance provided under the following: COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY COVERAGE PART It is understood and agreed as follows: I. The WHO IS AN INSURED section is amended to add as an Insured any person or organization whom the Named Insured is required by written contract to add as an additional insured on this coverage part, including any such person or organization, if any, specifically set forth on the Schedule attachment to this endorsement. However, such person or organization is an Insured only with respect to such person or organization's liability for: A. unless paragraph B. below applies, 1. bodily injury, property damage, or personal and advertising injury caused in whole or in part by the acts or omissions by or on behalf of the Named Insured and in the performance of such Named Insured's ongoing operations as specified in such written contract; or 2. bodily injury or property damage caused in whole or in part by your work and included in the products -completed operations hazard, and only if a. the written contract requires the Named Insured to provide the additional insured such coverage; and b. this coverage part provides such coverage. B. bodily injury, property damage, or personal and advertising injury arising out of your work described in such written contract, but only if: 1. this coverage part provides coverage for bodily injury or property damage included within the products completed operations hazard; and 2. the written contract specifically requires the Named Insured to provide additional insured coverage under the 11-85 or 10-01 edition of CG2010 or the 10-01 edition of CG2037. 11. Subject always to the terms and conditions of this policy, including the limits of insurance, the Insurer will not provide such additional insured with: A. coverage broader than required by the written contract; or B. a higher limit of insurance than required by the written contract. III. The insurance granted by this endorsement to the additional insured does not apply to bodily injury, property damage, or personal and advertising injury arising out of: A. the rendering of, or the failure to render, any professional architectural, engineering, or surveying services, thcluding: 1. the preparing, approving, or failing to prepare or approve maps, shop drawings, opinions, reports, surveys, field orders, change orders or drawings and specifications; and 2. supervisory, inspection, architectural or engineering activities; or B. any premises or work for which the additional insured is specifically listed as an additional insured on another endorsement attached to this coverage part. IV. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the section entitled COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY CONDITIONS, the Condition entitled Other Insurance, this insurance is excess of all other insurance available to the additional insured whether on a primary, excess, contingent or any other basis. However, if this insurance CNA75079XX (1-15) Page 1 of 2 Policy No: 6050531366 Endorsement No: Effective Date: 11/01/2017 Insured Name: Parametrix, Inc. Copyright CNA All Rights Reserved. Includes copyrighted material of Insurance Services Office, Inc., with its permission. CNA Blanket Additional Insured - Owners, Lessees or Contractors - with Products -Completed Operations Coverage Endorsement is required by written contract to be primary and non-contributory, this insurance will be primary and non- contributory relative solely to insurance on which the additional insured is a named insured. V. Solely with respect to the insurance granted by this endorsement, the section entitled COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY CONDITIONS is amended as follows: The Condition entitled Duties In The Event of Occurrence, Offense, Claim or Suit is amended with the addition of the following: Any additional insured pursuant to this endorsement will as soon as practicable: 1. give the Insurer written notice of any claim, or any occurrence or offense which may result in a claim; 2. except as provided in Paragraph IV. of this endorsement, agree to make available any other insurance the additional insured has for any loss covered under this coverage part; 3. send the Insurer copies of all legal papers received, and otherwise cooperate with the Insurer in the investigation, defense, or settlement of the claim; and 4. tender the defense and indemnity of any claim to any other insurer or self insurer whose policy or program applies to a loss that the Insurer covers under this coverage part. However, if the written contract requires this insurance to be primary and non-contributory, this paragraph (4) does not apply to insurance on which the additional insured is a named insured. The Insurer has no duty to defend or indemnify an additional insured under this endorsement until the Insurer receives written notice of a claim from the additional insured. VI. Solely with respect to the insurance granted by this endorsement, the section entitled DEFINITIONS is amended to add the following definition: Written contract means a written contract or written agreement that requires the Named Insured to make a person or organization an additional insured on this coverage part, provided the contract or agreement: A. is currently in effect or becomes effective during the term of this policy; and B. was executed prior to: 1. the bodily injury or property damage; or 2. the offense that caused the personal and advertising injury for which the additional insured seeks coverage. My coverage granted by this endorsement shall apply solely to the extent permissible by law. All other terms and conditions of the Policy remain unchanged. This endorsement, which forms a part of and is for attachment to the Policy issued by the designated Insurers, takes effect on the effective date of said Policy at the hour stated in said Policy, unless another effective date is shown below, and expires concurrently with said Policy. CNA75079XX (1-15) Page 2of2 Policy No: 6050531366 Endorsement No: Effective Date: 11/01/2017 Insured Name: Parametrix, Inc. Copyright CNA All Rights Reserved Includes copyrighted material of Insurance Services Office, Inc., with its permission. C'NA CNA63359XX (Ed. 04/12) THIS ENDORSEMENT CHANGES THE POLICY. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY. CONTRACTORS EXTENDED COVERAGE ENDORSEMENT - BUSINESS AUTO PLUS - This endorsement modifies insurance provided under the following: BUSINESS AUTO COVERAGE FORM I. UABILITY COVERAGE A. Who Is An Insured The following is added to Section II, Paragraph A.1., Who Is An Insured: 1. a. Any incorporated entity of which the Named Insured owns a majority of the voting stock on the date of inception of this Coverage Form; provided that, b. The insurance afforded by this provision Al. does not apply to any such entity that is an "insured" under any other liability "policy' providing "auto" coverage. 2. Any organization you newly acquire or form, other than a limited liability company. partnership or joint venture, and over which you maintain majority ownership interest. The insurance afforded by this provision A2.: a. Is effective on the acquisition or formation date, and is afforded only until the end of the policy period of this Coverage Form, or the next anniversary of its inception date, whichever is earlier. b. Does not apply to: (1) "Bodily injury" or "property damage" caused by an "accident" that occurred before you acquired or formed the organization; or (2) Any such organization that is an 'Insured" under any other liability "policy" providing "auto" coverage. 3. Any person or organization that you are required by a written contract to name as an additional insured is an "insured" but only with respect to their legal liability for acts or omissions of a person, who qualifies as an "insured" under Section II — Who Is An Insured and for whom Liability Coverage is afforded under this policy. If required by written contract, this insurance will be primary and non-contributory to insurance on which the additional insured is a Named Insured. 4. An "employee" of yours is an "insured" while operating an "auto" hired or rented under a contract or agreement in that "employee's' name, with your permission, while performing duties related to the conduct of your business. "Policy," as used in this provision A. Who Is An Insured, includes those policies that were in force on the inception date of this Coverage Form but: 1. Which are no longer in force; or 2. Whose limits have been exhausted. B. Bail Bonds and Loss of Earnings Section Il, Paragraphs A.2. (2) and A.2. (4) are revised as follows: 1. In a.(2), the limit for the cost of bail bonds is changed from $2,000 to $5,000; and 2. In a.(4), the limit for the loss of earnings is changed from $250 to $500 a day. C. Fellow Employee Section II, Paragraph B.5 does not apply. Such coverage as is afforded by this provision C. is excess over any other collectible insurance. II. PHYSICAL DAMAGE COVERAGE A. Glass Breakage — Hitting A Bird Or Animal — Falling Objects Or Missiles The following is added to Section III, Paragraph A.3.: With respect to any covered "auto," any deductible shown in the Declarations will not apply to glass breakage if such glass is repaired, in a manner acceptable to us, rather than replaced. B. Transportation Expenses Section Ili, Paragraph A.4.a. is revised, with respect to transportation expense incurred by you, to provide: a. $60 per day. in lieu of $20; subject to b. $1.800 maximum, in lieu of $600. CNA63359XX Copynght, CNA Corporation, 2000. (Ed. 04/12) Includes copyrighted material of the Insurance Services Office used with its permission. Page 1 of 3 CNA C. Loss of Use Expenses Section HI, Paragraph A.4.b. is revised, with respect to loss of use expenses incurred by you, to provide: a. $1,000 maximum, in lieu of $600. D. Hired "Autos" The following is added to Section Paragraph A.: 5. Hired "Autos" If Physical Damage coverage is provided under this policy, and such coverage does not extend to Hired Autos, then Physical Damage coverage is extended to: a. Any covered "auto" you lease, hire, rent or borrow without a driver; and b. Any covered "auto" hired or rented by your "employee" without a driver, under a contract in that individual "employee's" name, with your permission, while performing duties related to the conduct of your business. c. The most we will pay for any one "accident" or "loss" is the actual cash value. cost of repair, cost of replacement or $75,000, whichever is less, minus a $500 deductible for each covered auto. No deductible applies to 'loss" caused by fire or lightning. d. The physical damage coverage as is provided by this provision is equal to the physical damage coverage(s) provided on your owned "autos." e. Such physical damage coverage for hired "autos" will: (1) Include loss of use, provided it is the consequence of an "accident" for which the Named Insured is legally liable, and as a result of which a monetary loss is sustained by the leasing or rental concern. (2) Such coverage as is provided by this provision will be subject to a limit of $750 per "accident." E. Airbag Coverage The following is added to Section III, Paragraph B.3.: The accidental discharge of an airbag shall not be considered mechanical breakdown. F. Electronic Equipment CNA63359XX (Ed. 04/12) Section III, Paragraphs B.4.c and B.4.d. are deleted and replaced by the following: c. Physical Damage Coverage on a covered "auto" also applies to "loss" to any permanently installed electronic equipment including its antennas and other accessories. d. A $100 per occurrence deductible applies to the coverage provided by this provision. G. Diminution In Value The following is added to Section III, Paragraph B.6.: Subject to the following, the "diminution in value" exclusion does not apply to: a. Any covered "auto" of the private passenger type you lease, hire, rent or borrow, without a driver for a period of 30 days or less, while performing duties related to the conduct of your business; and b. Any covered "auto" of the private passenger type hired or rented by your "employee" without a driver for a period of 30 days or less, under a contract in that individual "employee's" name, with your permission, while performing duties related to the conduct of your business. c. Such coverage as is provided by this provision is limited to a "diminution in value" loss arising directly out of accidental damage and not as a result of the failure to make repairs; faulty or incomplete maintenance or repairs; or the installation of substandard parts. d. The most we will pay for "loss" to a covered "auto" in any one accident is the lesser of: (1) $5,000; or (2) 20% of the "auto's" actual cash value (ACV). III. Drive Other Car Coverage — Executive Officers The following is added to Sections II and III: 1. Any "auto" you don't own, hire or borrow is a covered "auto" for Liability Coverage while being used by, and for Physical Damage Coverage while in the care, custody or control of, any of your "executive officers," except: a. An "auto" owned by that "executive officer" or a member of that person's household; or CNA63359XX Copyright, CNA Corporation, 2000. (Ed. 04/12) Includes copyrighted material of the Insurance Services Office used with its permission. Page 2 of 3 CWA b. An "auto" used by that "executive officer" while working in a business of selling, servicing, repairing or parking "autos." Such Liability and/or Physical Damage Coverage as is afforded by this provision. (1) Equal to the greatest of those coverages afforded any covered "auto"; and (2) Excess over any other collectible insurance. 2. For purposes of this provision, "executive officer" means a person holding any of the officer positions created by your charter, constitution, by-laws or any other similar governing document, and, while a resident of the same household, includes that person's spouse. Such "executive officers" are "insureds" while using a covered "auto" described in this provision. IV. BUSINESS AUTO CONDITIONS A. Duties In The Event Of Accident, Claim, Suit Or Loss The following is added to Section IV, Paragraph A.2.a.: (4) Your "employees" may know of an "accident" or "loss." This will not mean that you have such knowledge, unless such "accident" or "loss" is known to you or if you are not an individual, to any of your executive officers or partners or your insurance manager. The following is added to Section IV, Paragraph A.2.b.: (6) Your "employees" may know of documents received concerning a claim or "suit." This will not mean that you have such knowledge, unless receipt of such documents is known to you or if you are not an individual, to any of your executive officers or partners or your insurance manager. B. Transfer Of Rights Of Recovery Against Others To Us CNA63359XX (Ed. 04/12) The following is added to Section IV, Paragraph A.5. Transfer Of Rights Of Recovery Against Others To Us: We waive any right of recovery we may have, because of payments we make for injury or damage, against any person or organization for whom or which you are required by written contract or agreement to obtain this waiver from us. This injury or damage must arise out of your activities under a contract with that person or organization. You must agree to that requirement prior to an "accident" or "loss." C. Concealment, Misrepresentation or Fraud The following is added to Section IV, Paragraph B.2.: Your failure to disclose all hazards existing on the date of inception of this Coverage Form shall not prejudice you with respect to the coverage afforded provided such failure or omission is not intentional. D. Other Insurance The following is added to Section IV, Paragraph 8.5.: Regardless of the provisions of Paragraphs 5.a. and 5.d. above, the coverage provided by this policy shall be on a primary non-contributory basis. This provision is applicable only when required by a written contract. That written contract must have been entered into prior to "Accident" or "Loss." E. Policy Period, Coverage Territory Section IV, Paragraph B. 7.(5).(a). is revised to provide: a. 45 days of coverage in lieu of 30 days. V. DEFINITIONS Section V. Paragraph C. is deleted and replaced by the following: "Bodily injury' means bodily injury, sickness or disease sustained by a person, including mental anguish, mental injury or death resulting from any of these. CNA63359XX Copyright, CNA Corporation, 2000. Page 3 of 3 (Ed. 04/12) Includes copyrighted material of the Insurance Services Office used with its permission. WORKERS COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYERS LIABILITY INSURANCE POLICY WC 00 03 13 (Ed. 4-84) WAIVER OF OUR RIGHT TO RECOVER FROM OTHERS ENDORSEMENT We have the right to recover our payments from anyone liable for an injury covered by this policy. We will not enforce our right against the person or organization named in the Schedule. (This agreement applies only to the extent that you perform work under a written contract that requires you to obtain this agreement from us.) This agreement shall not operate directly or indirectly to benefit anyone not named in the Schedule. Schedule This endorsement changes the policy to which it is attached and is effective on the date issued unless otherwise stated. (The information below is required only when this endorsement is issued subsequent to preparation of the policy.) Endorsement Effective Policy No. Endorsement No. Insured Premium $ Insurance Company Countersigned by WC 00 03 13 (Ed. 4-84) Copyright 1983 National Council on Compensation Insurance. RETURN TO: PW ADMIN EXT: 2700 ID #: 01 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LAW DEPARTMENT ROUTING FORM ORIGINATING DEPT/DIV: PUBLIC WORKS / STREETS ORIGINATING STAFF PERSON: NAVEEN CHANDRA TYPE OF DOCUMENT (CHECK ONE): ❑ CONTRACTOR SELECTION DOCUMENT (E.G., RFB, RFP, RFQ) ❑ P BLIC WORKS CONTRACT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ GOODS AND SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ REAL ESTATE DOCUMENT ❑ ORDINANCE ❑ CONTRACT AMENDMENT (AG #): ❑ OTHER EXT: 2729 3. DATE REQ. BY:RUSH ❑ SMALL OR LIMITED PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT ❑ HUMAN SERVICES / CDBG ❑ SECURITY DOCUMENT (E.G. BOND RELATED DOCUMENTS) ❑ RESOLUTION ❑ INTERLOCAL G, PROJECT NAME: CITY CENTER ACCESS NAME OF CONTRACTOR: PARAMETRIX, INC ADDRESS: 719 2ND AVENUE SUITE 200, SEATTLE, WA 98104 TELEPHONE(206)394 -3664 E- MAIL:SGLOVER @PARAMETRIX.COM FAx:(855) 542 -6353 SIGNATURE NAME: TITLE: EXHIBITS AND ATTACHMENTS: ❑ SCOPE, WORK OR SERVICES ❑ COMPENSATION ❑ INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS /CERTIFICATE ❑ ALL OTHER REFERENCED EXHIBITS ❑ PROOF OF AUTHORITY TO SIGN ❑ REQUIRED LICENSES ❑ PRIOR CONTRACT /AMENDMENTS CFW LICENSE #90 101843 000 00 BL, EXP. 12/31/17 UBI # 600 135 349 , EXP.4- '/ L' TERM: COMMENCEMENT DATE: _ l 25/_1.7_ COMPLETION DATE: DECEMBER 30, 2018 TOTAL COMPENSATION: VI!, O8'2, 75 (INCLUDE EXPENSES AND SALES TAX, IF ANY) (IF CALCULATED ON HOURLY LABOR CHANGE - ATTACH SCHEDULES OF EMPLOYEES TITLES AND_HOLIDAY RATES) REIMBURSABLE EXPENSE: OAS ❑ NO IF YES, MAXIMUM DOLLAR AMOUNT: $'(2O, 34 ,(P j IS SALES TAX OWED: ❑ YES ❑ NO IF YES, $ PAID BY: ❑ CONTRACTOR ❑ CITY RETAINAGE: RETAINAGE AMOUNT: /�/�� • �L ��'�/`❑�RETAIINNAAGE AGREEMENT (?e;. EE CONTRACT) OR ❑ RETAINAGE BOND PROVIDED JURCHASING: PLEASE CHARGE To: O • tc • 0w - { 6 - ' 1 0. DOCUM NT / CONTRACT a/PROJECT MANAGER ISION EPUTY DIRECTOR RECTOR ❑ RSSK MANAGEMENT (IF APPLICABLE) AW DEPT INITIAL / DATE REVIEWED INITIAL / DATE APPROVED gi ?i l 7 0. COUNCIL APPROVAL (IF APPLICABLE) COMMITTEE APPROVAL DATE: COUNCIL APPROVAL DATE: 1. CONTRACT SIGNATURE ROUTING *SENT TO VENDOR/CONTRACTOR DATE SENT: �f ❑ ATTACH: SIGNATURE AUTHORITY, INSURANCE CERTIFICATE, LICENSES, EXHIBITS ❑ CREATE ELECTRONIC REMINDER/NOTIFICATION FOR 1 MONTH PRIOR TO EXPIRATION DATE (INCLUDE DEPT. SUPPORT STAFF IF NECESSARY AND FEEL FREE TO SET NOTIFICATION MORE THAN A MONTH IN ADVANCE IF COUNCIL APPROVAL IS NEEDED.) DATEREC'D: 5111117 ❑ FINANCE DEPARTMENT AW DEPT SIGNATORY (■R OR DIRECTOR) ❑ CITY CLERK �� ASSIGNED AG # SIGNED COPY RETURNED ❑ RETURN ONE ORIGINAL ;OMMENTS: :XECUTE " " ORIGINALS INITIAL / DATE SIGNED Local Agency A &E Professional Services Negotiated Hourly Rate Consultant Agreement Agreement Number: 17- ) S Firm /Organization Legal Name (do not use dba's): Parametrix, Inc. Address 719 2nd Avenue, Suite 200, Seattle, WA 98104 Federal Aid Number UBI Number 600 135 349 Federal TIN or SSN Number 91- 0914810 Execution Date Iasi- 23, 2L)17 Completion Date December 30, 2018 1099 Form Required Federal Participation ❑Yes If No ❑Yes i No Project Title City Center Access Project Description of Work The City Center Access Project proposes to build a new interchange in Federal Way on I -5, and construct improvements at the existing So. 320th St. interchange. City Center Access Project includes a study and evaluation of alternatives, the identification of a preferred alternative, environmental documentation, an Interchange Justification Report (IJR), and preliminary engineering for the preferred alternative. Maximum Amount Payable: $2,334,082.75 ❑ Yes i No DBE Participation ❑ Yes i No MBE Participation ❑ Yes i No WBE Participation ❑ Yes i No SBE Participation Index of Exhibits Exhibit A Exhibit B Exhibit C Exhibit D Exhibit E Exhibit F Exhibit G LAilibit I1 Exhibit I Exhibit J Scope of Work DBE Participation (Not Applicable) Preparation and Delivery of Electronic Engineering and Other Data Prime Consultant Cost Computations Sub - consultant Cost Computations Title VI Assurances Certification Documents Liability xra icc increase (Not Applicable) Alleged Consultant Design Error Procedures Consultant Claim Procedures Agreement Number: 17 -' Local AgencyA &E Professional Services Negotiated Hourly Rate Consultant Agreement Page 1 of 14 Revised 4/10/2015 THIS AGREEMENT, made and entered into as shown in the "Execution Date" box on page one (1) of this AGREEMENT, between the City of Federal Way, WA hereinafter called the "AGENCY," and the "Firm / Organization Name" referenced on page one (1) of this AGREEMENT, hereinafter called the "CONSULTANT." WHEREAS, the AGENCY desires to accomplish the work referenced in "Description of Work" on page one (1) of this AGREEMENT and hereafter called the "SERVICES;" and does not have sufficient staff to meet the required commitment and therefore deems it advisable and desirable to engage the assistance of a CONSULTANT to provide the necessary SERVICES; and WHEREAS, the CONSULTANT represents that they comply with the Washington State Statutes relating to professional registration, if applicable, and has signified a willingness to furnish consulting services to the AGENCY. NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the terms, conditions, covenants, and performance contained herein, or attached and incorporated and made a part hereof, the parties hereto agree as follows: 1. General Description of Work The work under this AGREEMENT shall consist of the above - described SERVICES as herein defined, and necessary to accomplish the completed work for this project. The CONSULTANT shall furnish all services, labor, and related equipment and, if applicable, sub - consultants and subcontractors necessary to conduct and complete the SERVICES as designated elsewhere in this AGREEMENT. 11. General Scope of Work The Scope of Work and projected level of effort required for these SERVICES is described in Exhibit "A" attached hereto and by this reference made a part of this AGREEMENT. The General Scope of Work was developed utilizing performance based contracting methodologies. 111. General Requirements All aspects of coordination of the work of this AGREEMENT with outside agencies, groups, or individuals shall receive advance approval by the AGENCY. Necessary contacts and meetings with agencies, groups, and /or individuals shall be coordinated through the AGENCY. The CONSULTANT shall attend coordination, progress, and presentation meetings with the AGENCY and/or such State, Federal, Community, City, or County officials, groups or individuals as may be requested by the AGENCY. The AGENCY will provide the CONSULTANT sufficient notice prior to meetings requiring CONSULTANT participation. The minimum required hours or days' notice shall be agreed to between the AGENCY and the CONSULTANT and shown in Exhibit "A." The CONSULTANT shall prepare a monthly progress report, in a form approved by the AGENCY, which will outline in written and graphical form the various phases and the order of performance of the SERVICES in sufficient detail so that the progress of the SERVICES can easily be evaluated. The CONSULTANT, any sub - consultants, and the AGENCY shall comply with all Federal, State, and local laws, rules, codes, regulations, and all AGENCY policies and directives, applicable to the work to be performed under this AGREEMENT. This AGREEMENT shall be interpreted and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Washington. Agreement Number: 17- 164 Local Agency A &E Professional Services Negotiated Hourly Rate Consultant Agreement Page 2 of 14 Revised 4/10/2015 Participation for Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) or Small Business Enterprises (SBE), if required, per 49 CFR Part 26, shall be shown on the heading of this AGREEMENT. If DBE firms are utilized at the commencement of this AGREEMENT, the amounts authorized to each firm and their certification number will be shown on Exhibit `B" attached hereto and by this reference made part of this AGREEMENT. If the Prime CONSULTANT is a DBE certified firm they must comply with the Commercial Useful Function (CUF) regulation outlined in the AGENCY's "DBE Program Participation Plan" and perform a minimum of 30% of the total amount of this AGREEMENT. It is recommended, but not required, that non -DBE Prime CONSULTANTS perform a minimum of 30% of the total amount of this AGREEMENT. The CONSULTANT, on a monthly basis, is required to submit DBE Participation of the amounts paid to all DBE firms invoiced for this AGREEMENT. All Reports, PS &E materials, and other data furnished to the CONSULTANT by the AGENCY shall be returned. All electronic files, prepared by the CONSULTANT, must meet the requirements as outlined in Exhibit "C — Preparation and Delivery of Electronic Engineering and other Data." All designs, drawings, specifications, documents, and other work products, including all electronic files, prepared by the CONSULTANT prior to completion or termination of this AGREEMENT are instruments of service for these SERVICES, and are the property of the AGENCY. Reuse by the AGENCY or by others, acting through or on behalf of the AGENCY of any such instruments of service, not occurring as a part of this SERVICE, shall be without liability or legal exposure to the CONSULTANT. Any and all notices or requests required under this AGREEMENT shall be made in writing and sent to the other party by (i) certified mail, return receipt requested, or (ii) by email or facsimile, to the address set forth below: If to AGENCY: Name: Naveen Chandra Agency: City of Federal Way Address: 33325 8th Avenue South City: Federal Way State: WA Zip: 98003 Email: Naveen .Chandra @cityoffederalway.com Phone: 253/835 -2729 Facsimile: 253/835 -2709 If to CONSULTANT: Name: Sandy Glover Agency: Parametrix, Inc. Address: 719 2nd Avenue, Suite 200 City: Seattle State: WA Zip: 98104 Email: sglover @parametrix.com Phone: 206/394 -3664 Facsimile: 855/542 -6353 IV. Time for Beginning and Completion The CONSULTANT shall not begin any work under the terms of this AGREEMENT until authorized in writing by the AGENCY. All work under this AGREEMENT shall conform to the criteria agreed upon detailed in the AGREEMENT documents. These SERVICES must be completed by the date shown in the heading of this AGREEMENT titled "Completion Date." The established completion time shall not be extended because of any delays attributable to the CONSULTANT, but may be extended by the AGENCY in the event of a delay attributable to the AGENCY, or because of unavoidable delays caused by an act of GOD, governmental actions, or other conditions beyond the control of the CONSULTANT. A prior supplemental AGREEMENT issued by the AGENCY is required to extend the established completion time. Agreement Number: 17- I Local AgencyA &E Professional Services Negotiated Hourly Rate Consultant Agreement Page 3 of 14 Revised 4/10/2015 V. Payment Provisions The CONSULTANT shall be paid by the AGENCY for completed SERVICES rendered under this AGREEMENT as provided hereinafter. Such payment shall be full compensation for SERVICES performed or SERVICES rendered and for all labor, materials, supplies, equipment, and incidentals necessary to complete SERVICES. The CONSULTANT shall conform to all applicable portions of 48 CFR Part 31 (www.ecfr.gov). A. Hourly Rates: Hourly rates are comprised of the following elements - Direct (Raw) Labor, Indirect Cost Rate, and Fixed Fee (Profit). The CONSULTANT shall be paid by the AGENCY for work done, based upon the negotiated hourly rates shown in Exhibits "D" and "E" attached hereto and by reference made part of this AGREEMENT. These negotiated hourly rates will be accepted based on a review of the CONSULTANT's direct labor rates and indirect cost rate computations and agreed upon fixed fee. The accepted negotiated rates shall be memorialized in a final written acknowledgement between the parties. Such final written acknowledgement shall be incorporated into, and become a part of, this AGREEMENT. The initially accepted negotiated rates shall be applicable from the approval date, as memorialized in a final written acknowledgement, to 180 days following the CONSULTANT's fiscal year end (FYE) date. The direct (raw) labor rates and classifications, as shown on Exhibits "D" and "E" shall be subject to renegotiations for each subsequent twelve (12) month period (180 days following FYE date to 180 days following FYE date) upon written request of the CONSULTANT or the AGENCY. The written request must be made to the other party within ninety (90) days following the CONSULTANT's FYE date. If no such written request is made, the current direct (raw) labor rates and classifications as shown on Exhibits "D" and "E ", will remain in effect for the twelve (12) month period. Conversely, if a timely request is made in the manner set forth above, the parties will commence negotiations to determine the new direct (raw) labor rates and classifications that will be applicable for the twelve (12) month period. Any agreed to renegotiated rates shall be memorialized in a final written acknowledgement between the parties. Such final written acknowledgement shall be incorporated into, and become a part of, this AGREEMENT. If requested, the CONSULTANT shall provide current payroll register and classifications to aid in negotiations. If the parties cannot reach an agreement on the direct (raw) labor rates and classifications, the AGENCY shall perform an audit of the CONSULTANT's books and records to determine the CONSULTANT's actual costs. The audit findings will establish the direct (raw) labor rates and classifications that will be applicable for the twelve (12) month period. The fixed fee as identified in Exhibits "D" and "E" shall represent a value to be applied throughout the life of the AGREEMENT. The CONSULTANT shall submit annually to the AGENCY an updated indirect cost rate within 180 days of the close of its fiscal year. An approved updated indirect cost rate shall be included in the current fiscal year rates under this AGREEMENT, even if /when other components of the hourly rate are not renegotiated. These rates will be applicable for the twelve (12) month period. At the AGENCY's option, a provisional and/or conditional indirect cost rate may be negotiated. This provisional or conditional indirect rate shall remain in effect until the updated indirect cost rate is completed and approved. Indirect cost rate costs incurred during the provisional or conditional period will not be adjusted. The CONSULTANT may request an extension of the last approved indirect cost rate for the twelve (12) month period. These requests for provisional indirect cost rate and/or extension will be considered on a case -by -case basis, and if granted, will be memorialized in a final written acknowledgement. The CONSULTANT shall maintain and have accessible support data for verification of the components of the hourly rates, i.e., direct (raw) labor, indirect cost rate, and fixed fee (profit) percentage. The CONSULTANT shall bill each employee's actual classification, and actual salary plus indirect cost rate plus fixed fee. Agreement Number: 17- ( Local Agency A &E Professional Services Negotiated Hourly Rate Consultant Agreement Page 4 of 14 Revised 4/10/2015 B. Direct Non - Salary Costs: Direct Non - Salary Costs will be reimbursed at the actual cost to the CONSULTANT. These charges may include, but are not limited to, the following items: travel, printing, long distance telephone, supplies, computer charges and fees of sub - consultants. Air or train travel will be reimbursed only to lowest price available, unless otherwise approved by the AGENCY. The CONSULTANT shall comply with the rules and regulations regarding travel costs (excluding air, train, and rental car costs) in accordance with the WSDOT's Accounting Manual M 13 -82, Chapter 10 — Travel Rules and Procedures, and all revisions thereto. Air, train and rental card costs shall be reimbursed in accordance with 48 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 31.205 -46 "Travel Costs." The billing for Direct Non - salary Costs shall include an itemized listing of the charges directly identifiable with these SERVICES. The CONSULTANT shall maintain the original supporting documents in their office. Copies of the original supporting documents shall be supplied to the STATE upon request. All above charges must be necessary for the SERVICES provided under this AGREEMENT. C. Maximum Amount Payable: The Maximum Amount Payable by the AGENCY to the CONSULTANT under this AGREEMENT shall not exceed the amount shown in the heading of this AGREEMENT on page one (1.) The Maximum Amount Payable does not include payment for extra work as stipulated in section XIII, "Extra Work." No minimum amount payable is guaranteed under this AGREEMENT. D. Monthly Progress Payments: Progress payments may be claimed on a monthly basis for all costs authorized in A and B above. The monthly billings shall be supported by detailed statements for hours expended at the rates established in Exhibit "D," including names and classifications of all employees, and billings for all direct non - salary expenses. To provide a means of verifying the billed salary costs for the CONSULTANT's employees, the AGENCY may conduct employee interviews. These interviews may consist of recording the names, titles, salary rates, and present duties of those employees performing work on the SERVICES at the time of the interview. E. Final Payment: Final Payment of any balance due the CONSULTANT of the gross amount earned will be made promptly upon its verification by the AGENCY after the completion of the SERVICES under this AGREEMENT, contingent upon receipt of all PS &E, plans, maps, notes, reports, electronic data, and other related documents which are required to be furnished under this AGREEMENT. Acceptance of such Final Payment by the CONSULTANT shall constitute a release of all claims for payment, which the CONSULTANT may have against the AGENCY unless such claims are specifically reserved in writing and transmitted to the AGENCY by the CONSULTANT prior to its acceptance. Said Final Payment shall not, however, be a bar to any claims that the AGENCY may have against the CONSULTANT or to any remedies the AGENCY may pursue with respect to such claims. The payment of any billing will not constitute agreement as to the appropriateness of any item and at the time of final audit all required adjustments will be made and reflected in a final payment. In the event that such final audit reveals an overpayment to the CONSULTANT, the CONSULTANT will refund such overpayment to the AGENCY within thirty (30) calendar days of notice of the overpayment. Such refund shall not constitute a waiver by the CONSULTANT for any claims relating to the validity of a finding by the AGENCY of overpayment. Per WSDOT's "Audit Guide for Consultants," Chapter 23 "Resolution Procedures," the CONSULTANT has twenty (20) working days after receipt of the final Post Audit to begin the appeal process to the AGENCY for audit findings. F. Inspection of Cost Records: The CONSULTANT and their sub - consultants shall keep available for inspection by representatives of the AGENCY and the United States, for a period of six (6) years after receipt of final payment, the cost records and accounts pertaining to this AGREEMENT and all items related to or bearing upon these records with the following exception: if any litigation, claim or audit arising out of, in connection with, or related to this AGREEMENT is initiated before the expiration of the six (6) year period, the cost records and accounts shall be retained until such litigation, claim, or audit involving the records is completed. An interim or post audit may be performed on this AGREEMENT. The audit, if any, will be performed by the State Auditor, WSDOT's Internal Audit Office and /or at the request of the AGENCY's Project Manager. Agreement Number: 17- I Local Agency A &E Professional Services Negotiated Hourly Rate Consultant Agreement Page 5 of 14 Revised 4/10/2015 VI. Sub - Contracting The AGENCY permits subcontracts for those items of SERVICES as shown in Exhibit "A" attached hereto and by this reference made part of this'AGREEMENT. The CONSULTANT shall not subcontract for the performance of any SERVICE under this AGREEMENT without prior written permission of the AGENCY. No permission for subcontracting shall create, between the AGENCY and sub - consultant, any contract or any other relationship. Compensation for this sub - consultant SERVICES shall be based on the cost factors shown on Exhibit "E" attached hereto and by this reference made part of this AGREEMENT. The SERVICES of the sub - consultant shall not exceed its maximum amount payable identified in each sub - consultant cost estimate unless a prior written approval has been issued by the AGENCY. All reimbursable direct labor, indirect cost rate, direct non - salary costs and fixed fee costs for the sub - consultant shall be negotiated and substantiated in accordance with section V "Payment Provisions" herein and shall be memorialized in a final written acknowledgement between the parties. All subcontracts shall contain all applicable provisions of this AGREEMENT, and the CONSULTANT shall require each sub - consultant or subcontractor, of any tier, to abide by the terms and conditions of this AGREEMENT. With respect to sub - consultant payment, the CONSULTANT shall comply with all applicable sections of the STATE's Prompt Payment laws as set forth in RCW 39.04.250 and RCW 39.76.011. The CONSULTANT, sub - recipient, or sub - consultant shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, or sex in the performance of this AGREEMENT. The CONSULTANT shall carry out applicable requirements of 49 CFR Part 26 in the award and administration of DOT-assisted contracts. Failure by the CONSULTANT to carry out these requirements is a material breach of this AGREEMENT, which may result in the termination of this AGREEMENT or such other remedy as the recipient deems appropriate. VII. Employment and Organizational Conflict of Interest The CONSULTANT warrants that they have not employed or retained any company or person, other than a bona fide employee working solely for the CONSULTANT, to solicit or secure this contract, and that it has not paid or agreed to pay any company or person, other than a bona fide employee working solely for the CONSULTANT, any fee, commission, percentage, brokerage fee, gift, or any other consideration, contingent upon or resulting from the award or making of this contract. For breach or violation of this warrant, the AGENCY shall have the right to annul this AGREEMENT without liability or, in its discretion, to deduct from this AGREEMENT price or consideration or otherwise recover the full amount of such fee, commission, percentage, brokerage fee, gift, or contingent fee. Any and all employees of the CONSULTANT or other persons while engaged in the performance of any work or services required of the CONSULTANT under this AGREEMENT, shall be considered employees of the CONSULTANT only and not of the AGENCY, and any and all claims that may arise under any Workmen's Compensation Act on behalf of said employees or other persons while so engaged, and any and all claims made by a third party as a consequence of any act or omission on the part of the CONSULTANT's employees or other persons while so engaged on any of the work or services provided to be rendered herein, shall be the sole obligation and responsibility of the CONSULTANT. The CONSULTANT shall not engage, on a full- or part-time basis, or other basis, during the period of this AGREEMENT, any professional or technical personnel who are, or have been, at any time during the period of this AGREEMENT, in the employ of the United States Department of Transportation or the AGENCY, except regularly retired employees, without written consent of the public employer of such person if he /she will be working on this AGREEMENT for the CONSULTANT. Agreement Number: 17- I Local AgencyA &E Professional Services Negotiated Hourly Rate Consultant Agreement Page 6 of 14 Revised 4/10/2015 VIII. Nondiscrimination During the performance of this AGREEMENT, the CONSULTANT, for itself, its assignees, sub - consultants, subcontractors and successors in interest, agrees to comply with the following laws and regulations: • Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. Chapter 21 Subchapter V § 2000d through 2000d -4a) • Federal -aid Highway Act of 1973 (23 U.S.C. Chapter 3 § 324) • Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. Chapter 16 Subchapter V § 794) • Age Discrimination Act of 1975 (42 U.S.C. Chapter 76 § 6101 et. seq.) • Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1987 (Public Law 100 -259) • American with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. Chapter 126 § 12101 et. seq.) • 23 CFR Part 200 • 49 CFR Part 21 • 49 CFR Part 26 • RCW 49.60.180 In relation to Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the CONSULTANT is bound by the provisions of Exhibit "F" attached hereto and by this reference made part of this AGREEMENT, and shall include the attached Exhibit "F" in every sub - contract, including procurement of materials and leases of equipment, unless exempt by the Regulations or directives issued pursuant thereto. IX. Termination of Agreement The right is reserved by the AGENCY to terminate this AGREEMENT at any time with or without cause upon ten (10) days written notice to the CONSULTANT. In the event this AGREEMENT is terminated by the AGENCY, other than for default on the part of the CONSULTANT, a final payment shall be made to the CONSULTANT for actual hours charged at the time of termination of this AGREEMENT, plus any direct non - salary costs incurred up to the time of termination of this AGREEMENT. No payment shall be made for any SERVICES completed after ten (10) days following receipt by the CONSULTANT of the notice to terminate. If the accumulated payment made to the CONSULTANT prior to Notice of Termination exceeds the total amount that would be due when computed as set forth in paragraph two (2) of this section, then no final payment shall be due and the CONSULTANT shall immediately reimburse the AGENCY for any excess paid. If the services of the CONSULTANT are terminated by the AGENCY for default on the part of the CONSULTANT, the above formula for payment shall not apply. In the event of a termination for default, the amount to be paid to the CONSULTANT shall be determined by the AGENCY with consideration given to the actual costs incurred by the CONSULTANT in performing SERVICES to the date of termination, the amount of SERVICES originally required which was satisfactorily completed to date of termination, whether that SERVICE is in a form or a type which is usable to the AGENCY at the time of termination, the cost to the AGENCY of employing another firm to complete the SERVICES required and the time which may be required to do so, and other factors which affect the value to the AGENCY of the SERVICES performed at the time of termination. Under no circumstances shall payment made under this subsection exceed the amount, which would have been made using the formula set forth in paragraph two (2) of this section. If it is determined for any reason that the CONSULTANT was not in default or that the CONSULTANT's failure to perform is without the CONSULTANT's or its employee's fault or negligence, the termination shall be deemed to be a termination for the convenience of the AGENCY. In such an event, the CONSULTANT would be reimbursed for actual costs in accordance with the termination for other than default clauses listed previously. Agreement Number: 17- 1 Local AgencyA &E Professional Services Negotiated Hourly Rate Consultant Agreement Page 7 of 14 Revised 4/10/2015 The CONSULTANT shall, within 15 days, notify the AGENCY in writing, in the event of the death of any member, partner, or officer of the CONSULTANT or the death or change of any of the CONSULTANT's supervisory and/or other key personnel assigned to the project or disaffiliation of any principally involved CONSULTANT employee. The CONSULTANT shall also notify the AGENCY, in writing, in the event of the sale or transfer of 50% or more of the beneficial ownership of the CONSULTANT within 15 days of such sale or transfer occurring. The CONSULTANT shall continue to be obligated to complete the SERVICES under the terms of this AGREEMENT unless the AGENCY chooses to terminate this AGREEMENT for convenience or chooses to renegotiate any term(s) of this AGREEMENT. If termination for convenience occurs, final payment will be made to the CONSULTANT as set forth in the second and third paragraphs of this section. Payment for any part of the SERVICES by the AGENCY shall not constitute a waiver by the AGENCY of any remedies of any type it may have against the CONSULTANT for any breach of this AGREEMENT by the CONSULTANT, or for failure of the CONSULTANT to perform SERVICES required of it by the AGENCY. Forbearance of any rights under the AGREEMENT will not constitute waiver of entitlement to exercise those rights with respect to any future act or omission by the CONSULTANT. X. Changes of Work The CONSULTANT shall make such changes and revisions in the completed work of this AGREEMENT as necessary to correct errors appearing therein, without additional compensation thereof. Should the AGENCY find it desirable for its own purposes to have previously satisfactorily completed SERVICES or parts thereof changed or revised, the CONSULTANT shall make such revisions as directed by the AGENCY. This work shall be considered as Extra Work and will be paid for as herein provided under section XIII "Extra Work." XI. Disputes Any disputed issue not resolved pursuant to the terms of this AGREEMENT shall be submitted in writing within 10 days to the Director of Public Works or AGENCY Engineer, whose decision in the matter shall be final and binding on the parties of this AGREEMENT; provided however, that if an action is brought challenging the Director of Public Works or AGENCY Engineer's decision, that decision shall be subject to judicial review. If the parties to this AGREEMENT mutually agree, disputes concerning alleged design errors will be conducted under the procedures found in Exhibit "J ". In the event that either party deem it necessary to institute legal action or proceeding to enforce any right or obligation under this AGREEMENT, this action shall be initiated in the Superior Court of the State of Washington, situated in the county in which the AGENCY is located. The parties hereto agree that all questions shall be resolved by application of Washington law and that the parties have the right of appeal from such decisions of the Superior Court in accordance with the laws of the State of Washington. The CONSULTANT hereby consents to the personal jurisdiction of the Superior Court of the State of Washington, situated in the county in which the AGENCY is located. XII. Legal Relations The CONSULTANT, any sub - consultants, and the AGENCY shall comply with all Federal, State, and local laws, rules, codes, regulations and all AGENCY policies and directives, applicable to the work to be performed under this AGREEMENT. This AGREEMENT shall be interpreted and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Washington. The CONSULTANT shall defend, indemnify, and hold the State of Washington (STATE) and the AGENCY and their officers and employees harmless from all claims, demands, or suits at law or equity arising in whole or in part from the negligence of, or the breach of any obligation under this AGREEMENT by, the CONSULTANT or the CONSULTANT's agents, employees, sub consultants, subcontractors or vendors, of any tier, or any other persons for whom the CONSULTANT may be legally liable; provided that nothing herein shall require a CONSULTANT Agreement Number: 17- I Local AgencyA &E Professional Services Negotiated Hourly Rate Consultant Agreement Page 8 of 14 Revised 4/10/2015 to defend or indemnify the STATE and the AGENCY and their officers and employees against and hold harmless the STATE and the AGENCY and their officers and employees from claims, demands or suits based solely upon the negligence of, or breach of any obligation under this AGREEMENT by the STATE and the AGENCY, their agents, officers, employees, sub - consultants, subcontractors or vendors, of any tier, or any other persons for whom the STATE and /or the AGENCY may be legally liable; and provided further that if the claims or suits are caused by or result from the concurrent negligence of (a) the CONSULTANT or the CONSULTANT's agents, employees, sub - consultants, subcontractors or vendors, of any tier, or any other persons for whom the CONSULTANT is legally liable, and (b) the STATE and/or AGENCY, their agents, officers, employees, sub - consultants, subcontractors and or vendors, of any tier, or any other persons for whom the STATE and/or AGENCY may be legally liable, the defense and indemnity obligation shall be valid and enforceable only to the extent of the CONSULTANT's negligence or the negligence of the CONSULTANT's agents, employees, sub - consultants, subcontractors or vendors, of any tier, or any other persons for whom the CONSULTANT may be legally liable. This provision shall be included in any AGREEMENT between CONSULTANT and any sub - consultant, subcontractor and vendor, of any tier. The CONSULTANT shall also defend, indemnify, and hold the STATE and the AGENCY and their officers and employees harmless from all claims, demands, or suits at law or equity arising in whole or in part from the alleged patent or copyright infringement or other allegedly improper appropriation or use of trade secrets, patents, proprietary information, know -how, copyright rights or inventions by the CONSULTANT or the CONSULTANT's agents, employees, sub - consultants, subcontractors or vendors, of any tier, or any other persons for whom the CONSULTANT may be legally liable, in performance of the Work under this AGREEMENT or arising out of any use in connection with the AGREEMENT of methods, processes, designs, information or other items furnished or communicated to STATE and/or the AGENCY, their agents, officers and employees pursuant to the AGREEMENT; provided that this indemnity shall not apply to any alleged patent or copyright infringement or other allegedly improper appropriation or use of trade secrets, patents, proprietary information, know -how, copyright rights or inventions resulting from STATE and/or AGENCY's, their agents', officers' and employees' failure to comply with specific written instructions regarding use provided to STATE and/or AGENCY, their agents, officers and employees by the CONSULTANT, its agents, employees, sub - consultants, subcontractors or vendors, of any tier, or any other persons for whom the CONSULTANT may be legally liable. The CONSULTANT's relation to the AGENCY shall be at all times as an independent contractor. Notwithstanding any determination by the Executive Ethics Board or other tribunal, the AGENCY may, in its sole discretion, by written notice to the CONSULTANT terminate this AGREEMENT if it is found after due notice and examination by the AGENCY that there is a violation of the Ethics in Public Service Act, Chapter 42.52 RCW; or any similar statute involving the CONSULTANT in the procurement of, or performance under, this AGREEMENT. The CONSULTANT specifically assumes potential liability for actions brought by the CONSULTANT's own employees or its agents against the STATE and /or the AGENCY and, solely for the purpose of this indemnification and defense, the CONSULTANT specifically waives any immunity under the state industrial insurance law, Title 51 RCW. This waiver has been mutually negotiated by the Parties. Unless otherwise specified in this AGREEMENT, the AGENCY shall be responsible for administration of construction contracts, if any, on the project. Subject to the processing of a new sole source, or an acceptable supplemental AGREEMENT, the CONSULTANT shall provide On -Call assistance to the AGENCY during contract administration. By providing such assistance, the CONSULTANT shall assume no responsibility for: proper construction techniques, job site safety, or any construction contractor's failure to perform its work in accordance with the contract documents. The CONSULTANT shall obtain and keep in force during the terms of this AGREEMENT, or as otherwise required, the following insurance with companies or through sources approved by the State Insurance Commissioner pursuant to Title 48 RCW. Agreement Number: 17- I" Local Agency A &E Professional Services Negotiated Hourly Rate Consultant Agreement Page 9 of 14 Revised 4/10/2015 Insurance Coverage A. Worker's compensation and employer's liability insurance as required by the STATE. B. Commercial general liability insurance written under ISO Form CG 00 01 12 04 or its equivalent with minimum limits of one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) per occurrence and two million dollars ($2,000,000.00) in the aggregate for each policy period. C. Business auto liability insurance written under ISO Form CG 00 01 10 01 or equivalent providing coverage for any "Auto" (Symbol 1) used in an amount not less than a one million dollar ($1,000,000.00) combined single limit for each occurrence. Excepting the Worker's Compensation Insurance and any Professional Liability Insurance, the STATE and AGENCY, their officers, employees, and.agents will be named on all policies of CONSULTANT and any sub - consultant and/or subcontractor as an additional insured (the "AIs "), with no restrictions or limitations concerning products and completed operations coverage. This coverage shall be primary coverage and non - contributory and any coverage maintained by the AIs shall be excess over, and shall not contribute with, the additional insured coverage required hereunder. The CONSULTANT's and the sub - consultant's and/or subcontractor's insurer shall waive any and all rights of subrogation against the AIs. The CONSULTANT shall furnish the AGENCY with verification of insurance and endorsements required by this AGREEMENT. The AGENCY reserves the right to require complete, certified copies of all required insurance policies at any time. All insurance shall be obtained from an insurance company authorized to do business in the State of Washington. The CONSULTANT shall submit a verification of insurance as outlined above within fourteen (14) days of the execution of this AGREEMENT to: Name: Naveen Chandra Agency: City of Federal Way Address: 33325 8th Avenue South City: Federal Way State: WA Zip: 98003 Email: Naveen .Chandra @cityoffederalway.com Phone: 253/835 -2729 Facsimile: 253/835 -2709 No cancellation of the foregoing policies shall be effective without thirty (30) days prior notice to the AGENCY. The CONSULTANT's professional liability to the AGENCY, including that which may arise in reference to section IX "Termination of Agreement" of this AGREEMENT, shall be limited to the accumulative amount of the authorized AGREEMENT or one million dollars ($1,000,000.00), whichever is greater, unless the limit of liability is increased by the AGENCY pursuant to Exhibit H. In no case shall the CONSULTANT's professional liability to third parties be limited in any way. The parties enter into this AGREEMENT for the sole benefit of the parties, and to the exclusion of any third party, and no third party beneficiary is intended or created by the execution of this AGREEMENT. The AGENCY will pay no progress payments under section V "Payment Provisions" until the CONSULTANT has fully complied with this section. This remedy is not exclusive; and the AGENCY may take such other action as is available to it under other provisions of this AGREEMENT, or otherwise in law. Agreement Number: 17- I Local AgencyA &E Professional Services Negotiated Hourly Rate Consultant Agreement Page 10 of 14 Revised 4/10/2015 XIII. Extra Work A. The AGENCY may at any time, by written order, make changes within the general scope of this AGREEMENT in the SERVICES to be performed. B. If any such change causes an increase or decrease in the estimated cost of, or the time required for, performance of any part of the SERVICES under this AGREEMENT, whether or not changed by the order, or otherwise affects any other terms and conditions of this AGREEMENT, the AGENCY shall make an equitable adjustment in the: (1) maximum amount payable; (2) delivery or completion schedule, or both; and (3) other affected terms and shall modify this AGREEMENT accordingly. C. The CONSULTANT must submit any "request for equitable adjustment," hereafter referred to as "CLAIM," under this clause within thirty (30) days from the date of receipt of the written order. However, if the AGENCY decides that the facts justify it, the AGENCY may receive and act upon a CLAIM submitted before final payment of this AGREEMENT. D. Failure to agree to any adjustment shall be a dispute under the section XI "Disputes" clause. However, nothing in this clause shall excuse the CONSULTANT from proceeding with the AGREEMENT as changed. E. Notwithstanding the terms and conditions of paragraphs (A.) and (B.) above, the maximum amount payable for this AGREEMENT, shall not be increased or considered to be increased except by specific written supplement to this AGREEMENT. XIV. Endorsement of Plans If applicable, the CONSULTANT shall place their endorsement on all plans, estimates, or any other engineering data furnished by them. XV. Federal Review The Federal Highway Administration shall have the right to participate in the review or examination of the SERVICES in progress. XVI. Certification of the Consultant and the Agency Attached hereto as Exhibit "G -1(a and b)" are the Certifications of the CONSULTANT and the AGENCY, Exhibit "G -2" Certification Regarding Debarment, Suspension and Other Responsibility Matters - Primary Covered Transactions, Exhibit "G -3" Certification Regarding the Restrictions of the Use of Federal Funds for Lobbying and Exhibit "G -4" Certificate of Current Cost or Pricing Data. Exhibit "G -3" is required only in AGREEMENT's over one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000.00) and Exhibit "G -4" is required only in AGREEMENT's over five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000.00.) These Exhibits must be executed by the CONSULTANT, and submitted with the master AGREEMENT, and returned to the AGENCY at the address listed in section III "General Requirements" prior to its performance of any SERVICES under this AGREEMENT. XVII. Complete Agreement This document and referenced attachments contain all covenants, stipulations, and provisions agreed upon by the parties. No agent, or representative of either party has authority to make, and the parties shall not be bound by or be liable for, any statement, representation, promise or agreement not set forth herein. No changes, amendments, or modifications of the terms hereof shall be valid unless reduced to writing and signed by the parties as a supplement to this AGREEMENT. Agreement Number: 17- tail. Local AgencyA &E Professional Services Negotiated Hourly Rate Consultant Agreement Page 11 of 14 Revised 4/10/2015 XVIII. Execution and Acceptance This AGREEMENT may be simultaneously executed in several counterparts, each of which shall be deemed to be an original having identical legal effect. The CONSULTANT does hereby ratify and adopt all statements, representations, warranties, covenants, and AGREEMENT's contained in the proposal, and the supporting material submitted by the CONSULTANT, and does hereby accept this AGREEMENT and agrees to all of the terms and conditions thereof. XIX. Protection of Confidential Information The CONSULTANT acknowledges that some of the material and information that may come into its possession or knowledge in connection with this AGREEMENT or its performance may consist of information that is exempt from disclosure to the public or other unauthorized persons under either chapter 42.56 RCW or other local, state or federal statutes ( "State's Confidential Information "). The "State's Confidential Information" includes, but is not limited to, names, addresses, Social Security numbers, e-mail addresses, telephone numbers, financial profiles, credit card information, driver's license numbers, medical data, law enforcement records (or any other information identifiable to an individual), STATE and AGENCY source code or object code, STATE and AGENCY security data, non - public Specifications, STATE and AGENCY non - publicly available data, proprietary software, STATE and AGENCY security data, or information which may jeopardize any part of the project that relates to any of these types of information. The CONSULTANT agrees to hold the State's Confidential Information in strictest confidence and not to make use of the State's Confidential Information for any purpose other than the performance of this AGREEMENT, to release it only to authorized employees, sub - consultants or subcontractors requiring such information for the purposes of carrying out this AGREEMENT, and not to release, divulge, publish, transfer, sell, disclose, or otherwise make it known to any other party without the AGENCY's express written consent or as provided by law. The CONSULTANT agrees to release such information or material only to employees, sub - consultants or subcontractors who have signed a nondisclosure AGREEMENT, the terms of which have been previously approved by the AGENCY. The CONSULTANT agrees to implement physical, electronic, and managerial safeguards to prevent unauthorized access to the State's Confidential Information. Immediately upon expiration or termination of this AGREEMENT, the CONSULTANT shall, at the AGENCY's option: (i) certify to the AGENCY that the CONSULTANT has destroyed all of the State's Confidential Information; or (ii) returned all of the State's Confidential Information to the AGENCY; or (iii) take whatever other steps the AGENCY requires of the CONSULTANT to protect the State's Confidential Information. As required under Executive Order 00 -03, the CONSULTANT shall maintain a log documenting the following: the State's Confidential Information received in the performance of this AGREEMENT; the purpose(s) for which the State's Confidential Information was received; who received, maintained and used the State's Confidential Information; and the final disposition of the State's Confidential Information. The CONSULTANT's records shall be subject to inspection, review, or audit upon reasonable notice from the AGENCY. The AGENCY reserves the right to monitor, audit, or investigate the use of the State's Confidential Information collected, used, or acquired by the CONSULTANT through this AGREEMENT. The monitoring, auditing, or investigating may include, but is not limited to, salting databases. Violation of this section by the CONSULTANT or its sub - consultants or subcontractors may result in termination of this AGREEMENT and demand for return of all State's Confidential Information, monetary damages, or penalties. It is understood and acknowledged that the CONSULTANT may provide the AGENCY with information which is proprietary and/or confidential during the term of this AGREEMENT. The parties agree to maintain the confidentiality of such information during the term of this AGREEMENT and afterwards. All materials containing such proprietary and /or confidential information shall be clearly identified and marked as "Confidential" and shall be returned to the disclosing party at the conclusion of the SERVICES under this AGREEMENT. Agreement Number: 17- 1 54 Local Agency A &E Professional Services Negotiated Hourly Rate Consultant Agreement Page 12 of 14 Revised 4/10/2015 The CONSULTANT shall provide the AGENCY with a list of all information and materials it considers confidential and /or proprietary in nature: (a) at the commencement of the term of this AGREEMENT; or (b) as soon as such confidential or proprietary material is developed. "Proprietary and/or confidential information" is not meant to include any information which, at the time of its disclosure: (i) is already known to the other party; (ii) is rightfully disclosed to one of the parties by a third party that is not acting as an agent or representative for the other party; (iii) is independently developed by or for the other party; (iv) is publicly known; or (v) is generally utilized by unaffiliated third parties engaged in the same business or businesses as the CONSULTANT. The parties also acknowledge that the AGENCY is subject to Washington State and federal public disclosure laws. As such, the AGENCY shall maintain the confidentiality of all such information marked proprietary and/ or confidential or otherwise exempt, unless such disclosure is required under applicable state or federal law. If a public disclosure request is made to view materials identified as "Proprietary and/or confidential information" or otherwise exempt information, the AGENCY will notify the CONSULTANT of the request and of the date that such records will be released to the requester unless the CONSULTANT obtains a court order from a court of competent jurisdiction enjoining that disclosure. If the CONSULTANT fails to obtain the court order enjoining disclosure, the AGENCY will release the requested information on the date specified. The CONSULTANT agrees to notify the sub - consultant of any AGENCY communication regarding disclosure that may include a sub - consultant's proprietary and/or confidential information. The CONSULTANT notification to the sub - consultant will include the date that such records will be released by the AGENCY to the requester and state that unless the sub - consultant obtains a court order from a court of competent jurisdiction enjoining that disclosure the AGENCY will release the requested information. If the CONSULTANT and/or sub - consultant fail to obtain a court order or other judicial relief enjoining the AGENCY by the release date, the CONSULTANT shall waive and release and shall hold harmless and indemnify the AGENCY from all claims of actual or alleged damages, liabilities, or costs associated with the AGENCY's said disclosure of sub - consultants' information. XX. Records Maintenance During the progress of the Work and SERVICES provided hereunder and for a period of not less than six (6) years from the date of final payment to the CONSULTANT, the CONSULTANT shall keep, retain and maintain all "documents" pertaining to the SERVICES provided pursuant to this AGREEMENT. Copies of all "documents" pertaining to the SERVICES provided hereunder shall be made available for review at the CONSULTANT's place of business during normal working hours. If any litigation, claim or audit is commenced, the CONSULTANT shall cooperate with AGENCY and assist in the production of all such documents. "Documents" shall be retained until all litigation, claims or audit findings have been resolved even though such litigation, claim or audit continues past the six (6) year retention period. For purposes of this AGREEMENT, "documents" means every writing or record of every type and description, including electronically stored information ( "ESI "), that is in the possession, control, or custody of the CONSULTANT, including, without limitation, any and all correspondences, contracts, AGREEMENTs, appraisals, plans, designs, data, surveys, maps, spreadsheets, memoranda, stenographic or handwritten notes, reports, records, telegrams, schedules, diaries, notebooks, logbooks, invoices, accounting records, work sheets, charts, notes, drafts, scribblings, recordings, visual displays, photographs, minutes of meetings, tabulations, computations, summaries, inventories, and writings regarding conferences, conversations or telephone conversations, and any and all other taped, recorded, written, printed or typed matters of any kind or description; every copy of the foregoing whether or not the original is in the possession, custody, or control of the CONSULTANT, and every copy of any of the foregoing, whether or not such copy is a copy identical to an original, or whether or not such copy contains any commentary or notation whatsoever that does not appear on the original. Agreement Number: 17- I Local Agency A &E Professional Services Negotiated Hourly Rate Consultant Agreement Page 13 of 14 Revised 4/10/2015 For purposes of this AGREEMENT, "ESI" means any and all computer data or electronic recorded media of any kind, including "Native Files ", that are stored in any medium from which it can be retrieved and examined, either directly or after translation into a reasonably useable form. ESI may include information and/or documentation stored in various software programs such as: Email, Outlook, Word, Excel, Access, Publisher, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat, SQL databases, or any other software or electronic communication programs or databases that the CONSULTANT may use in the performance of its operations. ESI may be located on network servers, backup tapes, smart phones, thumb drives, CDs, DVDs, floppy disks, work computers, cell phones, laptops or any other electronic device that CONSULTANT uses in the performance of its Work or SERVICES hereunder, including any personal devices used by the CONSULTANT or any sub - consultant at home. "Native files" are a subset of ESI and refer to the electronic format of the application in which such ES1 is normally created, viewed, and /or modified. The CONSULTANT shall include this section XX "Records Maintenance" in every subcontract it enters into in relation to this AGREEMENT and bind the sub - consultant to its terms, unless expressly agreed to otherwise in writing by the AGENCY prior to the execution of such subcontract. In witness whereof, the parties hereto have executed this AGREEMENT as of the day and year shown in the "Execution Date" box on page one (1) of this AGREEMENT. Signature Je Ch f Executive Officer (CEO) Jim Ferrell, Mayor City of Federal Way Approved As to Form: jo/ J. Ryan Call, City Attorney Date g-A3/-7 Date Agreement Number: 17- I SA- Local Agency A &E Professional Services Negotiated Hourly Rate Consultant Agreement Page 14 of 14 Revised 4/10/2015 Exhibit A Scope of Work PLEASE SEE ATTACHED SCOPE OF WORK. Project No. Agreement Number: 17- WSDOT Form 140 -089 EF Exhibit A Page 1 of 1 Revised 10/30/2014 Parametrix ENGINEERING . PLANNING . ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES SCOPE OF WORK City of Federal Way City Center Access Project PROJECT UNDERSTANDING The City Center Access Project proposes to build a new interchange in Federal Way on Interstate 5 (1 -5), and construct improvements at the existing S 320th Street interchange. This work includes a study and evaluation of alternatives, the identification of a preferred alternative, environmental documentation, an Interchange Justification Report (IJR), and preliminary engineering for the preferred alternative. Specifically, this project will address the current conditions, future needs, and environmental impacts associated with enhancing traffic operations, safety, and efficiency along the 1 -5 mainline in the vicinity of the City Center in Federal Way. The Consultant, Parametrix, will work closely and collaboratively with the City of Federal Way (City) staff, an IJR support team, and project stakeholders in initiating this study and fostering input and acceptance of project decisions, methods, and outcomes in the analysis of traffic studies, as well as during the completion of the IJR and environmental documentation. The Consultant will prepare a specific Public Involvement and Communications Plan that will help guide the process and communication protocols. This will include the preparation of a Chartering Agreement to align project expectations, stakeholder involvement, and meeting protocols with the overall objectives of the project. Task 01 - Project Management Task 1.1 Project Management Plan The Consultant will prepare a Project Management Plan outlining the scope of work, schedule, budget, change management process, communication protocol, and quality assurance and control procedures. The Project Management Plan will be updated periodically during the life of the project and will be shared with team members and City of Federal Way staff. This task also includes scoping activities for subsequent work orders. Task 1.2 Monthly Progress Reports and Invoices The Consultant will provide a monthly progress report with monthly invoices to the City of Federal Way that will describe work performed by the Consultant Team members during the current reporting period. The progress reports will be prepared in a format approved by the City's Project Manager. This format will include the following: a. A listing of activities by work element performed during the reporting period, including meetings held and deliverables. b. A listing of problems and issues encountered during the reporting period and their resolution. c. A listing of activities to be accomplished during the next reporting period. City of Federal Way City Center Access Project 1 August 15, 2017 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task 1.3 Monthly Progress Meetings and Other Communication The Consultant Team will conduct monthly progress review meetings with the City's core management to review the scope, schedule, and budget status; risk matrix tracking list; upcoming project meetings, communication, and work items; and, project strategy to resolve issues or barriers to success. Communication will also occur via e -mail and telephone. This task will also include a regular bi- weekly call scheduled approximately 2 weeks before /after the monthly progress meetings. Task 1.4 Subconsultant Coordination The Consultant Team will develop and maintain subcontracts with all subcontractors and coordinate progress reporting and billing through the Consultant project manager. Task 1.5 Consultant Team Meetings The Consultant will hold bi- weekly Consultant Team check -in meetings to communicate and coordinate work progress and upcoming activities. These meetings will be attended by project leads and other key staff. Half of the meetings will be in person, and the other half will be conference calls. Assumptions • This project will be completed in 21 months. Deliverables • Subconsultant Agreements (maintained in Consultant's files) • Monthly progress reports and monthly invoices • Risk management tracking list for monthly progress meetings • Draft and final Project Management Plan including Quality Assurance/ Quality Control Plan • Updates to the Project Management Plan Task 02 — Re- initiation Task 2.1 Team Chartering The Consultant will develop a team charter for the IJR support team identified in Task 4. A draft project charter will be developed for the first meeting and will include roles and responsibilities of project team participants, a draft project description, a proposed decision- making process, project work elements, schedule, and IJR support team's structure, roles, responsibilities, and ongoing involvement. Task 2.2 Purpose and Need The Consultant will revise the existing draft Purpose and Need Statement for the City of Federal Way and IJR support team review. Task 2.3 Validation of Previous Alternatives Screening Process The previous study screened 47 alternatives before deciding on two build alternatives. The Consultant will analyze the previous screening and prepare a memorandum and presentation for evaluation by the City and the IJR support team to validate the previous work resulting in two build alternatives. City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 2 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task 2.4 Documented Categorical Exclusion (DCE) Verification The Consultant will develop a brief technical memorandum with an overview of the key environmental elements that will be considered to facilitate a conversation with the IJR support team regarding the appropriate level of environmental documentation. Assumptions • The previous screening process arriving at the two alternatives will be validated. These two alternatives are: 1) new interchanges at 1 -5 and S 312th Street, and 2) 1 -5 and S 324th Street. The Consultant will develop variations of these two build alternatives as detailed in the tasks below. Deliverables • Team Charter • Revised Purpose and Need • Screening Validation Memorandum • Environmental Overview Memorandum Task 03 — Public Involvement and Communication Task 3.1 Public Involvement and Communications Plan The Consultant, in coordination with City of Federal Way staff, will draft a Public Involvement and Communications Plan for work through the IJR. The document will describe the methods and tools (both traditional and non - traditional) to be used for engaging the community and stakeholders during this phase. This document also will address environmental justice outreach. The plan will include a community profile, as well as a demographic analysis identifying the population by race and ethnicity, and determining the presence and inclusion of low- income and limited English- proficiency populations. This information will assist in developing appropriate outreach techniques to ensure that the public involvement process is inclusive of those populations who may have been traditionally under - represented in the public interaction process. The plan will include all communication strategies. Prior to drafting the plan, the Consultant will schedule, plan, and facilitate one 2 -hour Public Involvement and Communications Planning Workshop with the City of Federal Way and prime task leads, as appropriate. The purpose of the workshop is to: • Identify public input opportunities connected to project milestones and decision points • Identify key issues and messages • Identify communication risks and mitigation strategies, including communication and outreach goals and objectives Based on outcomes from this workshop, the Consultant will develop a draft, revised, and final Public Involvement and Communications Plan. Table 3 -1 summarizes the efforts comprising public outreach and communications for the project. City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 3 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Table 3 -1. Summary of Public Outreach and Communications Task Assumptions (if applicable) Deliverables Public Involvement and Communications planning workshops Draft, revised, and final Public Involvement and Communications Memorandum • Consultant facilitates one 2 -hour planning workshop in the first month of this project. Two Pacific Rim Resources (PRR) and two Parametrix Consultant staff members will attend the workshop. The workshop will focus on outreach planning and inform messaging. The goals of the workshops will be to: 1. Prioritize issues 2. Plan messaging 3. Identify specific neighborhood needs • Assumes three rounds of review for the Public Involvement and Communications memorandum. • Public Involvement and Communications memorandum will include a plan for community briefings and tabling opportunities. • Public Involvement and Communications memorandum will include an updated environmental justice outreach plan based on information collected during prior project phases. • Agenda • Planning and facilitation of one 2 -hour outreach planning workshop • One outreach planning workshop summary memorandum • Messaging memorandum • One draft, revised, and final Public Involvement and Communications memorandum Monthly public involvement and communications implementation reporting • Monthly public involvement implementation reports will track overall public involvement progress. The reports will include: • A list of all public events held throughout the month • An outreach tracking matrix listing the purpose and outcome of each event • Estimates of the number of community members reached (including low- income, minority, and limited - English proficiency populations, as appropriate) • Nineteen monthly public involvement and communications implementation reports • Nineteen monthly public involvement and communications implementation reports Task 3.2 Stakeholder Engagement The Consultant will conduct up to ten stakeholder interviews. The Consultant will coordinate up to three stakeholder meetings to supplement the stakeholder interviews. The Consultant will plan and implement logistics, staffing, and facilitation, and provide note - taking support for these meetings. The City will approve the list of stakeholders the Consultant will interview. Table 3 -2 summarizes the stakeholder engagement activities for this project. City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 4 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Table 3 -2. Summary of Stakeholder Activities Task Stakeholder interviews Assumptions (if applicable) • The City will provide input on key stakeholders. • The Consultant will develop a draft and final list of stakeholders to interview. • The Consultant will develop a draft and final list of interview questions. • The Consultant will conduct up to 10 stakeholder interviews. Assumes one PRR staff member for up to 1 hour per telephone interview, including setup and summary draft work. • The Consultant will provide a summary of all the stakeholder interviews. Deliverables /work products • Draft and final list of stakeholders to interview • Draft and final list of interview questions • Up to 10 stakeholder interview notes • Summary of stakeholder interviews Stakeholder meetings • The Consultant will coordinate up to three 2 -hour stakeholder meetings, including preparation, travel, facilitation, attendance, and note - taking. Assumes two PRR and three Parametrix staff members. • Materials for the meeting will be prepared as part of Task 3.6. • Up to three event plans • Up to three stakeholder meeting summaries • Task 3.3 Community Events and Engagement The Consultant will support City communication with residents, property owners, and business owners in the project area. The Consultant, in coordination with City staff, will coordinate up to three public meetings. Table 3 -3 summarizes the community engagement activities. Table 3 -3. Summary of Community Engagement Activities Task Assumptions (if applicable) Deliverables /work products Support communication • Up to four neighborhood briefings. Assumes one staff with residents along project person for up to 10 hours for each meeting, including alignment planning, travel, day of preparation, and summary draft work. • Attend up to four neighborhood briefings • Up to four neighborhood briefing summaries City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 5 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Deliverables /work Task Assumptions (if applicable) products Tabling events and • Direct outreach at up to two outreach tabling events at • Up to four tabling informational tables at fairs libraries, shopping centers, food banks, and transit centers. summaries and festivals Assumes up to 10 hours of planning for PRR and six for Parametrix. Assumes one staff member for up to 7 hours per event, including travel, setup, take -down, and summary draft work. • Direct outreach support for up to 2 days of pre - scheduled community events, such as farmers markets, summer concerts, or community fairs and festivals. Assumes two PRR staff persons at each event. • Event summaries will include the purpose and outcome of each event; estimates of the number of community members reached; low- income, and limited - English proficiency populations reached; and a summary of comments. Public meetings • Logistics, staffing, and note - taking support for up to three public meetings. Assumes 2 -hour events. Assumes one PRR staff person for up to 40 hours to plan each meeting to coordinate logistics. Assumes two PRR staff persons to attend and take notes, including travel, set -up, tear -down, and draft summary work, and 40 hours Parametrix staff time for attendance and review of meeting summaries. • Support the City in creating an online open house through the City's website, with meeting materials from the open house and an online comment form. Business outreach • Up to three event plans • Up to three public meetings • One online open house • Up to three meeting summaries • Up to three business block meetings. Assumes one PRR staff person for up to 20 hours for each meeting, including planning, travel, day of preparation, and summary draft work, and one Parametrix staff person for up to 8 hours per each meeting to prepare and attend. Assumes City staff person is present at the meeting. • Door -to -door events up to three times at businesses in the project area. Assumes two staff persons for up to 10 hours per door -to -door event, including initial planning, travel, day of preparation, and summary draft work. • Up to three event plans • Up to three business block meeting summaries • Up to three business door -to- door summaries Task 3.4 City Council Meetings The Consultant will support City staff to provide project updates and briefings to the City Council. Table 3 -4 summarizes the project updates and briefings for the City Council. City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 6 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Table 3 -4. City Council Updates and Briefings Task Assumptions (if applicable) City Council meetings presentations • Parametrix will develop a draft and final slide deck for up to six City Council meetings. Assumes up to 10 slides per deck. Assumes 20 hours Parametrix staff hours per deck. Assumes City provides City Council slide deck template and coordinates time on the agenda. • Parametrix will attend up to six Council Meetings. Deliverables /work products • Up to six slide decks • Up to six talking points • Up to six briefing summaries • The Consultant will develop up to three, 1 -page handouts, and three sets of talking points for up to 21 one -hour briefings with City Council staff. • Assumes one PRR staff person to attend and draft notes and one PMX staff. • Assumes City staff will schedule briefings and participate in meetings. • Up to three handouts • Up to three talking points • Up to 21 briefing summaries Task 3.5 Support City Website The Consultant will support City staff to provide content and updates for a project website. This task assumes the City will provide back -end IT support for the website. Table 3 -5 summarizes the support activities for the City website. Table 3 -5. Summary of Support Activities for the City Website Task Assumptions (if applicable) Deliverables /work products Content for project website • The Consultant will develop a draft, revised, and final outline for the project website. • The Consultant will develop draft, revised, and final content for the project website. • The Consultant will provide up to 10 graphics formatted for the website. Website updates • Content outline • Website content • Up to 10 graphics for website • The Consultant will provide up to 12 updates to the website to share project news, upcoming meetings, and outreach summaries. • Up to 12 website updates Task 3.6 Public Information Materials and Special Graphics The Consultant will develop materials and conduct other activities to support public outreach efforts. Tasks may include developing graphics, drafting written materials, and performing other miscellaneous activities. This task assumes up to three rounds of review for all public information materials. Table 3 -6 summarizes the support activities for developing public information materials and special graphics. City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 7 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Table 3 -6. Summary of Support for Public Information Materials and Special Graphics Task Assumptions (if applicable) Deliverables Project materials • Up to three project update folios or fact sheets. • Up to 30 display boards for public meetings and outreach events. Assumes up to 3 hours per display board. • Up to 6 online project newsletters distributed to project listserv. Assumes up to 6 hours per newsletter. • Up to three comment forms. • Up to three additional 1 -page handouts. • Printer -ready artwork for up to three project update materials • Printer -ready artwork for up to 30 display boards • Up to 6 online project newsletters • Up to three comment forms • Up to three additional 1 -page handouts Final outreach report • At the conclusion of this phase, the Consultant will draft and format a report that will summarize and document all public outreach activities. The report will be distributed to the City Council, key stakeholders, and posted to the project website. • Final outreach report Task 3.7 Advertising The Consultant will coordinate and prepare materials to advertise public meetings. This task assumes up to three rounds of review for all advertising materials. Table 3 -7 summarizes the support activities for advertising public meetings. Table 3 -7. Summary of Support Activities for Advertising Public Meetings Task Assumptions (if applicable) Deliverables Postcards • The Consultant will coordinate with the City staff to determine the mailing list for postcards. • Assumes up to three postcards to advertise public meetings, within mailing radius approved by City staff. The Consultant will coordinate with the printer and City staff to print and distribute postcards. • Assumes postcard will include language block with translated information (in languages as determined in Public Involvement and Communications Plan). • Mailing list • Printer -ready artwork for up to three postcards Display advertisements • The Consultant will prepare up to three advertising plans to be reviewed and approved by City staff, and will traffic the advertisements. • Up to three display advertisements (available in online and print versions) to post in local publications to advertise public meetings. • Up to three draft and final advertising plans • Up to three advertisements • City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 8 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task 3.8 Environmental Justice Outreach The Consultant will plan, schedule, and support consultations with social service providers in the project corridor. These will keep the providers engaged in the project and seek ways of engaging their audiences. The Consultant will develop summaries of each session. The Consultant will plan, schedule, and support project consultations with environmental justice groups, such as English as a Second Language (ESL) class presentations. The Consultant will develop summaries of each briefing. The Consultant will provide interpretation at community and business meetings with limited English- proficiency attendees. The Consultant will translate project handouts into Korean, Russian, Vietnamese, and Spanish (if confirmed through initial demographic analysis in Task 3.1). Table 3 -8 summarizes the support activities for environmental justice outreach. Table 3 -8. Summary of Environmental Justice Outreach Task Assumptions (if applicable) Deliverables /work products Service provider consultations • Service provider consultation summaries will list all providers in attendance, summarize their comments, identify the communities each provider serves, estimate the number of community members each provider /agency serves, and if low- income, people of color, and limited - English proficiency populations are served. • Assumes 8 service provider consultations lasting 1 hour each. • Assumes one PRR staff person for up to 10 hours for each meeting, including initial planning, travel, day of preparation, and summary draft work. Environmental justice group • Assumes 8 environmental justice group briefings lasting briefings 1 hour each. • Assumes one PRR staff person for up to 11 hours for each meeting, including initial planning, travel, day of preparation, and summary draft work. • Consultation outline and plan • Up to eight service provider briefing summaries • Up to eight environmental justice group briefing summaries Task 3.9 Comment Management The Consultant will manage public correspondence and track comments through a database. Table 3 -9 summarizes the database management of correspondence and comments. City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 9 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Table 3 -9. Summary of Comment Management Task Assumptions (if applicable) Deliverables Set up database and • City staff will provide preferences on how to manage public comment management comments and protocols. The Consultant will outline protocols direction in comment management plan. • Based on direction from the City, the Consultant will set up a database. • Comment management plan • Database Correspondence Database maintenance • The Consultant will draft replies to e -mails and telephone inquiries that require a response. City staff will review all responses. • Assumes up to 8 hours a month for correspondence. • Record of public correspondence • The Consultant will add new contacts and comments each • Database updates month. (16) • The Consultant will update the database with contacts and comments following briefings and other public meetings. • Assumes up to 10 hours per month for updates. Task 3.10 Strategic Assistance As directed by the City, the Consultant will address community concerns and other issues that arise. The Consultant may participate in strategy sessions, impromptu meetings, correspondence, and telephone calls with City staff. The Consultant will document those activities through action item lists, track follow- through activities, and identify the next -steps in the process. Special projects may be assigned as identified by City, such as conducting additional community outreach and preparing project information and graphics. Table 3 -9 summarizes the strategic assistance required by the City. Table 3 -10. Summary of Strategic Assistance Deliverables /work Task Assumptions (if applicable) products Strategic Assistance • Assumes up to 20 hours of Consultant support for strategic • Memorandum assistance and special projects as assigned by the City. documenting direction from the City Assumptions • As indicated in above tables Deliverables • As indicated in above tables City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 10 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task 04 — IJR Support Team Meetings Task 4.1 IJR Support Team Meetings The Consultant Team will organize and lead monthly meetings of the IJR support team. The invitation list for this meeting will include staff from: a. City of Federal Way b. Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) Northwest Region c. WSDOT Headquarters d. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) e. Puget Sound Regional Council (PSRC) f. King County Metro Transit g. King County Roads h. Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority (Sound Transit) i. Pierce Transit j. Puyallup Tribe k. Muckleshoot Tribe I. Consultant Team The Consultant Team will prepare agendas, provide information prior to the meetings, develop presentations, and prepare meeting minutes. Outreach to the IJR support team is included in this task as required to communicate goals, information, meeting attendance, and answer questions about information provided. Up to 14 meetings will be held and likely include the following_ • Meeting #1 and #2, Project Re- initiation (team charter, project Purpose and Need, DCE, and build alternatives validation) • Meeting #3, Methods and Assumptions Document • Meeting #4, Existing and No Build Transportation Conditions • Meeting #5, Develop Sub - Alternatives • Meeting #6, Refine Alternatives and First Level Screening • Meeting #7 - #8, Second Level Screening and Select a Preferred Alternative (includes presentation of technical materials) • Meeting #9, Review Policy Points 1, 2, 5, 6, and 7 • Meeting #10, Review Policy Points 3, 4, and 8 • Meeting #11, Draft IJR • Meeting #12, Finalize IJR Review Comment /Responses • Meeting #13, Sign Final IJR • Meeting #14, (extra meeting if needed) City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 11 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Assumptions • Meetings will be 2 hours in length and held in Federal Way. Deliverables • Materials for IJR support team review • Agendas and meeting minutes Task 05 — Travel Demand Model Forecasts PSRC maintains a travel demand model that incorporates all the Puget Sound area. Federal Way's model is based on PSRC's Regional EMME 4K Model and includes detailed representation of the study area. The traffic modeling for the City Center Access IJR will utilize previous traffic model data as much as possible, but given the time duration between the previous analyses and this new work, it is expected that model refinement will be required. Model updates and refinement will be focused on the existing conditions and 2040 future conditions models. Task 5.1 Review Existing Information: The Consultant will collect and review the available traffic volume, forecast, and operational analysis information prepared previously for the study area. Data sources will include reports and documentation prepared for other relevant studies. The Consultant will also collect the most current operations and demand model data files from the City. Task 5.2 Confirm Traffic Analysis Zone (TAZ) Land Use Assumptions It is assumed the City will provide the existing and future lane use assumptions by TAZ in the City and PAA. Land use assumptions for TAZ outside the city will be provided by the Consultant. The Consultant will work with the City to coordinate the lane use assumptions with PSRC. Task 5.3 Travel Demand Model Forecasts The City's existing and forecast travel demand model will be used to develop traffic forecasts for the study area. a. The existing models will be updated by the Consultant to reflect current land use assumptions and changes to the roadway network as agreed upon with the City. The model will be validated by comparing link level forecasts with current traffic count data for up to eight north /south and east /west screenlines within the City of Federal Way with additional refinement at intersections within the project area. Model calibration will focus on link /node, turn penalty, speeds, capacities, and volume delay functions. Methods from NCHRP Report 716 will be employed, along with Consultant's standard internal practices for model validation. b. The 2040 forecast conditions model will also be updated by the Consultant and verified for reasonableness to reflect updated land use assumptions and incorporate any other network changes necessary to reflect future conditions. The analysis will include a No Build alternative and up to two Build alternatives reflecting new 1 -5 interchange scenarios. It is assumed that the model updated required for the two Build models will focus on roadway network updates. City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 12 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Approach will include: Due to the inability to examine base year employment data at the Transportation Analysis Zone (TAZ) level (because of confidentiality issues), it will be necessary to have the trip generation process of the Federal Way travel demand model be completed in two steps. The first step involves running the trip generation model for the 251 TAZ's (1000 — 1251) located in Federal Way. This process will be performed by Federal Way staff with tables, spreadsheet provided by consultant. The regional trip generation model will be modified to produce "unbalanced" trip productions and attractions for the six trip purposes used in the travel demand model. Unbalanced productions and attractions are required to properly account for commuting patterns in the City. The second step will require obtaining the "unbalanced" trip productions and attractions from the Puget Sound Regional Council. The productions and attractions will be developed using PSRC's 4,000 zone system. Upon receipt of the PSRC data, the data reflecting productions and attractions for TAZ5 in Federal Way will be replaced with the City production and attractions created by City staff. The revised regional trip productions and attractions will then be aggregated for Federal Way Travel Model TAZs that represent more than one PSRC TAZ. The new Federal Way trip production and attraction data will then be balanced in a manner consistent with what is done in the PSRC regional travel demand model. The approach outlined above complies with the confidentiality requirements of data obtained from employment summaries derived from the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW) submitted to the Washington State Employment Security Department. 5.4. Technical Memorandums Technical memorandums will be prepared that document the forecast methodologies, assumptions, coordination with jurisdictions, and findings. Assumptions: • If requested by WSDOT, the consultant will straight -line volumes from the 2040 model for year 2045 analysis in lieu of 2040 analysis. • Consultant will perform network (auto, transit, light rail networks, etc.) editing for Base and 2040 Model. • Consultant will provide tables for conversion between Federal Way and PSRC TAZs • Consultant will coordinate and secure input trip tables from PSRC and land use outside of Federal Way • City will provide most recent Federal Way EMME models and all available traffic count data • Latest PSRC model will reflect recent change in tolling assumptions and transit and light rail networks. Consultant shall review various pricing strategies implemented in the latest PSRC model and work with staff to determine if such strategies should be reasonable in the City Center model. City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 13 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Deliverables • Validated Base Year and 2040 PM Peak hour Travel Demand Forecast Model. • Draft and final travel demand modeling technical memorandum Task 06 — Traffic Forecasts and Operations Analysis Task 6.1 Data Collection: a. The Consultant will coordinate with the City to obtain any readily available traffic count data from the past 5 years. The Consultant will arrange for the collection of weekday AM and PM new turning movement count data for up to 30 intersections and up to eight weekday and three weekend 24 -hour tube counts. Current traffic volumes for freeway mainline and ramps will also be collected from WSDOT by the Consultant with assistance from City staff if needed due to WSDOT process. The counts will be collected for morning and evening peak periods, and weekends including daily totals. The current intersection, freeway ramp, and mainline traffic volumes will be checked and compiled and graphically displayed on roadway network maps. b. The Consultant will also collect available signal timing plans from the City and WSDOT for the study intersections for Vissim model calibration.. c. The Consultant will collect travel time for up to 10 origin- destination pairs and queue data for the freeway limits within the study area and the study intersections for use in the VISSIM model calibration. d. The Consultant will observe AM and PM peak hour field conditions for 3 separate days. This information will be used in the VISSIM model calibration and in confirming the project purpose and need. Task 6.2 Detailed Traffic Forecasts: The updated travel demand model analysis will be used in developing detailed traffic forecasts. The Consultant will complete the following tasks. a. The Consultant will review weekday and weekend traffic count data collected to determine the peak analysis period. Conclusions of this review will support the Methods and Assumptions document prepared for the IJR. b. A methodology will be created to develop intersection turn movement, ramp, and 1 -5 mainline traffic volumes from the updated travel demand model effort. The method will be agreed upon by the City and IJR support team, and will be consistent with WSDOT and National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) methodologies. The traffic forecast methodology will be documented in the IJR methods and assumptions document. c. Turn movements, ramp, and 1 -5 mainline traffic volumes will be developed for the existing, No Build, and up to two Build alternatives for the AM and PM peak hours. Daily traffic volumes will be developed for the freeway mainline and ramps and key locations along the arterials. City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 14 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task 6.3 Screening Level Traffic Operations Analysis The following analyses will be completed by the Consultant to support alternatives development and screening. It is assumed the analyses will be conducted for the AM and PM peaks for existing and horizon year only. a. Operations analysis will be conducted for the study intersections using Synchro or Sidra for up to 30 individual locations to support the alternative screening, including analysis of intersection control options such as signals, roundabouts, or a diverging diamond. b. Freeway Operations Analysis: HCS software analysis will be conducted for ramp merge, diverge, and mainline locations within the study area, as necessary, to support the selection of alternatives. c. Safety Analysis: The Highway Safety Manual crash modification factors and /or calculation of conflict points will be used to screen intersection control and alternative configurations. Task 6.4 Policy Point 3 and Environmental Document Traffic Operations Analysis A more detailed traffic operations analysis will be completed to support the IJR and environmental document requirements. It is assumed this will be completed for the existing conditions, the No Build alternative, and two Build Alternative, and will supplement the screening level analysis with an AM and PM peak hour opening year analysis. a. VISSIM operations analysis: An existing VISSIM model will be built and calibrated according to WSDOT VISSIM protocol requirements. A No Build Alternative model will be developed from the existing model, including changes in roadway network as shown on current plans. The Build Alternative model will reflect one Build Alternative. It is assumed the VISSIM model study limits will include 1 -5 and its interchanges, including the ramp termini intersections. b. Local operations analysis: The local operations analysis conducted in the screening analyses will be used to document the final existing, No Build, and one Build Alternative condition for the study time periods and years. c. Safety Analysis: The safety analysis will be completed consistent with WSDOT procedures. This includes collecting historic collision data (previous 5 years), and predicting existing and future collisions using the Highway Safety Manual and the Enhanced Interchange Safety Analysis Tool (ISATe). Assumptions • The traffic forecasting and operations analysis study area is assumed to include two existing and two new freeway interchanges and up to 30 intersections. • Detailed AM and PM weekday peak hour and daily total traffic volumes will be forecasted for documentation in the IJR. • Operations analysis will be conducted for one peak hour condition. The critical peak hour will be determined and agreed during the development of the Methods and Assumptions document. • Technical memorandums will be prepared for this task according to the WSDOT VISSIM protocol, and to document assumptions, as needed, that are not a requirement of the IJR. Any traffic operations analysis City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 15 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) and documentation that are a requirement of the IJR will be prepared under this task and included in the IJR. Deliverables • Traffic operations models • WSDOT VISSIM protocol technical memorandums Task 07 — Interchange Justification Report (IJR) Methods and Assumptions The Consultant will prepare an IJR in compliance with the WSDOT Design Manual. Task 7.1 Methods and Assumptions Document. The Consultant will prepare a draft and final methods and assumptions document to include the following: a. Tools and methods to be used in completing the travel demand modeling. b. Methods and software to be used in the operations model, and simulation tools for predicting traffic behavior and operational metrics. c. Study area, including graphics depicting the limits. d. Base year, opening year, and design year for the operational analyses and travel demand modeling outputs. The Consultant will also perform the following: • Draft methods and assumptions document submitted to the IJR support team and review assumptions at an IJR support team meeting. • Review comments following meeting (1 week to submit comments) and finalize the methods and assumptions document for signature approval. • Incorporate draft review comments and prepare final methods and assumptions document for signature at an IJR support team meeting. Deliverables • Methods and Assumptions Memorandum, Draft and Final Task 08 — Environmental Evaluation for Alternatives Screening The purpose of this task is to provide environmental analyses in support of the City's evaluation of two alternative locations for the new interchange and selection of a preferred alternative. To meet this objective, environmental analyses will be focused on disciplines for which (1) there are important distinctions between alternatives that could inform the decision; (2) the public and stakeholders have expressed interest or concern; and (3) due diligence is appropriate to ensure there are not any fatal flaws. The environmental screening will address the preferred configuration for each alternative interchange location. The disciplines included in this task are cultural resources, ecological resources, noise, hazardous waste, parks and recreation resources, and social and community effects. (Traffic analysis is included elsewhere.) The level of analysis for each discipline will be appropriate to inform decision - making. For most disciplines, detailed analyses will be deferred until after the preferred alternative is selected. City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 16 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task 8.1 Cultural Resources The Section 106 process will be deferred until a preferred alternative is selected. Because the Area of Potential Effects (APE) for the project has not been defined or approved by WSDOT and the Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (DAHP), the Consultant will apply a study area that includes archaeological sites within 200 feet of the alternative alignments, and architectural resources within one parcel of the alternative alignments. The Consultant will conduct a records search using the DAHP Washington Information System for Architectural and Archaeological Records Data (WISAARD) website to determine the presence or absence of cultural resource studies and recorded cultural resources. The Consultant will conduct additional background research in its cultural resource reference library and other online resources. Information obtained from these repositories will help to establish the context for potential resources in the vicinity. The Consultant will conduct a 'windshield' survey of each build alternative as part of the alternatives screening process. Task 8.2 Ecological Resources Ecosystem resources are defined as wetlands, streams, aquatic species and habitats, wildlife species and habitats, vegetation, and threatened and endangered species. To support the evaluation of alternatives, the Consultant will: • Review literature and databases that identify the occurrence or potential occurrence of ecological resources in the project vicinity. • Perform field reconnaissance of the two alternative interchange locations to (1) confirm that there are no visible changes to previously delineated wetlands and streams since 2009; and (2) confirm the absence of any additional resources in the project vicinity. • Review local, state, and federal regulations to determine if wetland categories, stream classifications, and associated buffer widths have changed since 2009. • Update potential impacts to wetlands, streams, and associated buffers based on changes to the preliminary designs for the two Build alternatives. Task 8.3 Noise The Consultant will identify sensitive noise receptors in the vicinity of the new roadway alignments or existing alignments expected to experience substantial increases in traffic volumes. Specifically, the Consultant will identify receptors (homes) within 500 feet of the roadway construction limits in these areas. The Consultant will prepare a map showing the proximity of these receptors to the project area to inform the screening of alternatives. Task 8.4 Hazardous Waste The Consultant will review the hazardous material layer of the WSDOT GIS Workbench and Washington State Department of Ecology Facility Site Atlas /ISIS database, and /or conduct an environmental regulatory database search. The database report will include a map depicting identified sites within 1/2 mile of the project area and confirm the absence of concerns that would render an alternative infeasible. Task 8.5 Parks and Recreation Resources City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 17 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) The Consultant will confirm the location and proximity of parks and recreation resources, and identify how the resources are used and by whom. The Consultant will re- evaluate direct impacts on these resources (i.e., right -of- way acquisition), as well as how these resources may be indirectly affected by increases in traffic, traffic noise, and changes in access. Task 8.6 Social and Community Effects For the purpose of alternative screening, social and community effects of concern pertain to changes in community character and the potential for disproportionately high and adverse impacts on minority and low - income populations in the study area. The Consultant will evaluate the project's potential impacts on social and community resources, including displacements; community cohesion; changes in travel patterns, travel times, and accessibility; impacts on social services and community resources such as parks; impacts from traffic noise; project benefits to the community; and project effects on the disabled, elderly, and transit - dependent. Most of these topics are addressed in other discipline- specific analyses and will be summarized here and qualitatively assessed in terms of implications on community character. The Consultant will determine the potential presence of minority and low- income populations in the study area by reviewing 2010 Census data and school lunch program data. If present, the potential effects on these populations will be evaluated. Public outreach in Task 3 is already intended to address the need to include persons with limited English proficiency. Assumptions • Assumptions applicable to all disciplines include: (1) Existing conditions have not substantially changed; and (2) any design changes to the two alternative interchange locations will not substantially change the study area. Deliverables • The deliverable for each discipline will be a brief screening paper (preliminary draft, revised draft, and final) describing the affected environment and potential impacts. A comment - response table will be provided with the revised draft and final document, showing how comments have been addressed. Task 09 — Preliminary Hydraulics Evaluation Task 9.1 Preliminary Hydraulics Evaluation The Consultant shall identify and evaluate stormwater mitigation requirements and associated best management practices (BMPs) based on jurisdictional boundaries, potential sensitive area or downstream impacts, existing outfall locations, construction cost, long -term maintenance, roadway geometric design, and right -of -way requirements. The evaluation shall cover the 2 build alternatives for the alternatives screening process. The evaluation shall then proceed in further detail for the preferred alternative. City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 18 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Approach: • Coordinate with the City and King County to determine if there are any applicable sites that have unmitigated stormwater impacts that are associated with projects after January 8, 2001. • Review current sensitive area mapping, current basin plans, and current community plans for applicability to stormwater requirements. • Coordinate with WSDOT regarding the existing stormwater management facility in the southeast quadrant of the I -5/5. 320th Street interchange for any modifications since 2008. • Prepare a draft Stormwater Design Criteria Technical Memorandum that identifies stormwater management requirements for water quality treatment, flow mitigation, and on -site flow control /Low Impact Development (LID) BMPs. The draft memorandum shall include stormwater requirements of the City, King County, and WSDOT for redevelopment projects, new impervious and pervious surfaces, levels of treatment, level of flow control, and retrofit requirements. Meet with the City after review of the draft Stormwater Design Criteria Technical Memorandum. • Prepare the final Stormwater Design Criteria Technical Memorandum after draft review by the City, King County, and WSDOT. • Review previous delineation of preliminary on -site Threshold Discharge Areas (TDAs) based on roadway designs of the two Build alternatives and existing contours, and update as necessary. • Review previous delineation of off -site sub - basins that contribute stormwater to the TDAs and update as necessary. • Provide draft plots to the City of on -site TDAs and off -site tributary area delineation for the two Build alternatives for review. There will be one plot for each alternative. Meet with the City after review of the draft plots. Prepare final plots after review comments have been received by the City. • Prepare area calculations for the amount of existing impervious surfaces, proposed impervious surfaces, and existing impervious surfaces to be replaced within the overall project footprint of both Build alternatives based on changes in aerial mapping and project changes. • Calculate approximate water quality treatment and flow mitigation BMP facility sizes for up to 25 percent of the TDAs for both Build alternatives. The results will then be pro -rated to the remaining TDAs for the alternatives screening process. • Evaluate the applicability of on -site flow control /LID BMPs for up to 25 percent of the TDA5 for Alternatives 1 and 2. The results will then be applied to the remainder of the TDAs for the alternatives screening process. • Review previously identified potential water quality treatment and flow mitigation sites for applicability. Identify and review potential additional sites if required. • Develop conceptual pipe sizing for stormwater conveyance. The rational method will be used to estimate a peak 25 -year mean recurrence interval flow rate for up to 25 percent of the TDA5 for both Build alternatives to develop a per acre flow rate. The results will then be applied to the remaining TDAs for the alternatives screening process. • Perform a hydrologic and hydraulic analysis for modifying the existing stormwater management facility in the southeast quadrant of the I -5 /S. 320th Street interchange. City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 19 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) • Coordinate water quality treatment, flow mitigation, and on- site /LID BMP design constraints with roadway design and right -of -way. • Prepare a draft Stormwater Screening Technical Memorandum that summarizes the results of the stormwater analyses for both Build alternatives based on the approach items above. Include exhibits showing TDA delineation, MGSFIood calculations, location of potential water quality treatment, flow mitigation, and on- site /LID BMPs, right -of -way needs, and project footprint for conveyance and stormwater treatment facilities. Meet with City to discuss the draft Stormwater Screening Technical Memorandum and to receive City comments. The draft Stormwater Screening Technical Memorandum will be finalized after receiving comments from the City, King County, and WSDOT. Deliverables: • Draft and Final Stormwater Design Criteria Technical Memorandum • Draft and Final Stormwater Delineation Plots • Draft and Final Stormwater Screening Technical Memorandum Assumptions: • Stormwater analyses for areas within City jurisdiction will be based on the 2016 King County Surface Water Design Manual and errata, and the 2016 Federal Way Addendum to the King County Surface Water Design Manual. • Stormwater analyses for areas within King County jurisdiction will be based on the 2016 King County Surface Water Design Manual and errata. • Stormwater analyses for areas within WSDOT right -of -way will be based on the 2014 Highway Runoff Manual and the February 2016 Supplement. • For reviewing applicability to stormwater requirements, sensitive areas include the following and if stormwater facilities can be included in buffers: • Erosion hazard areas • Steep slopes • Landslide hazard areas • Wetlands • Streams • Wellhead protection zones • Groundwater and aquifer recharge areas • Basin conditions • Shoreline condition • Seismic hazard • A base map will be needed to reflect existing stormwater systems to assist with TDA delineation and review of potential impacts. The base map will be prepared by the Consultant as part of Task 11. • Geotechnical considerations for BMP selection during the alternatives screening process will be based on information available through the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) website and City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 20 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) geotechnical information obtained previously for the project. The Consultant will use any other geotechnical information, such as borings performed in the area since 2008, obtained by Shannon & Wilson as part of Task 10 to assist in the BMP design for the alternatives screening process. • Detailed geotechnical site investigation will be performed by Shannon & Wilson after selection of the preferred alternative to support the BMPs designed for the Preferred Alternative Stormwater Report. • Areas within King County are within King County's Urban Growth Area and will be considered a "Small Road Improvement and Urban Road Improvement Project." • HI -RUN v. 2.1 software will be used. • The Stormwater Design Technical Memorandum will be up to 10 pages without exhibits or appendices. • The Stormwater Screening Technical Memorandum will be up to 100 pages including exhibits and appendices. Task 10 Geotechnical Task 10.1 Geology, Soils, and Topography Technical Memorandum Shannon & Wilson will perform a geology and soils review of the project area. The results of the review will be incorporated into Task 15.9 (Draft and Final IJR Report Preparation). The geology and soils review will include the following elements: • Coordination and quality control of geotechnical approach, including attendance of bi- weekly team meetings, invoice and progress report preparation, response to team e -mail and telephone communication, and managing scope, schedule, and budget, and any changes. • Literature Review: Shannon & Wilson will collect review readily available geotechnical reports, geotechnical exploration logs, well logs, as -built structure plans, and geologic maps within the project area. Sources for the historical records will include research from Shannon & Wilson's in -house files, the Washington State Department of Natural Resources Interactive Geologic Website, the U.S. Geological Survey Fault and Folds database, King County Critical /Sensitive area and geologic hazard maps, and information provided by WSDOT. Shannon & Wilson will attempt to retrieve published geotechnical project reports from known projects completed by the City of Federal Way and Sound Transit within the study area. • Field Reconnaissance: Shannon & Wilson will perform one windshield survey field reconnaissance to observe the site and surficial evidence of past geologic hazards. Vegetation clearing and subsurface explorations will not be performed as part of Task 10.1. Soil, rock, and water samples will not be collected. • Existing Site Geology: Shannon & Wilson will evaluate the existing site geology and subsurface conditions from the literature review and field reconnaissance. • Geologic Hazards: Shannon & Wilson will evaluate potential geologic hazards that could affect the project area. Potential hazards at the site may include seismic, volcanic, landslide, and erosion. Geologic Hazard Maps for these hazards will not be developed. • Coordination: Shannon & Wilson will coordinate with federal, state, and local agencies and tribes regarding known geologic hazards within the project area. • Existing and Potential Construction Materials: Shannon & Wilson will identify existing and potential construction materials within the study area. City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 21 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Conceptual layouts, including roadway alignments, bridges, earth retention walls, and noise walls will be made available to Shannon & Wilson at the time of the study. If layouts and /or structures change, or are added or removed from the study after the geology and soils review has begun, additional scope and fee may be necessary. A stand -alone Geology /Soils Discipline Report will not be produced. Based on the above analysis, Shannon & Wilson will prepare a Technical Memorandum summary of the geology and soils findings. The Technical Memorandum will be prepared for inclusion as a section in the IJR. The scope of work for Task 10.1 does not include a study of the alternative- specific impacts or mitigation options. These scope items are included in Task 10.2 (Conceptual Engineering for the Preferred Alternative). Assumptions: • Geologic hazards often extend beyond the project's impact boundary. For this reason, the study area is defined as any ground within a 2 -mile radius of the impact boundaries shown on the Alternative 1 and Alternative 2 plan sheets. The Geology, Soils, and Topography Technical Memorandum study area, results, and conclusions are applicable to both Alternative 1 and Alternative 2. • Shannon & Wilson representatives will attend 3 Consultant coordination meetings (2 hours each) via teleconference, and 2 Consultant coordination meetings (2 hours each) in person. We assume the meetings will be held in Federal Way, Washington. • Project duration for soils and geotechnical evaluations is anticipated to be 6 months. • Three cycles of review will be required for the Geology, Soils, and Topography Technical Memorandum. • No field explorations will be performed. Deliverables: • Draft and Final Geology, Soils, and Topography Technical Memorandum Task 10.2 Conceptual Engineering for the Preferred Alternative Shannon & Wilson will perform a conceptual geotechnical engineering analysis of the preferred alternative and prepare a Conceptual Geotechnical Engineering Report. Portions of the report will be incorporated into Task 15.9 (Draft and Final IJR Report Preparation). The Conceptual Geotechnical Report for the preferred alternative will include the following elements: • Site Reconnaissance: Shannon & Wilson will perform a site reconnaissance of individual project elements included in the preferred alternative. Vegetation clearing and subsurface explorations will not be performed as part of Task 10.2. Soil, rock, and water samples will not be collected. • Geologic Hazards: Shannon & Wilson will evaluate potential geologic hazards that could affect individual project elements included in the preferred alternative. Potential hazards at the site may include seismic, volcanic, landslide, and erosion. Geologic Hazard Maps for these hazards will not be developed. • Review of historical borings and geotechnical information as they relate to the preferred alternative project elements. This effort will include preparing maps and tables and, where there is sufficient soil information, existing, subsurface profiles. • Impact and Mitigation: Shannon & Wilson will perform an evaluation of the impacts associated with the preferred alternative and provide recommendations for mitigation of the impacts. City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 22 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) • Conceptual Recommendations: Shannon & Wilson will provide conceptual geotechnical recommendations for the preferred alternative related to: • Suitable foundation types for bridges. Approximate bearing layers will be identified if existing soil information is available. • Feasible wall types for cuts and fills. • Stormwater detention facilities geotechnical considerations including feasible foundation methods • Cut and fill slopes geotechnical considerations. Assumptions: • Conceptual layouts, including roadway alignments, bridges, walls, and stormwater facilities, will be made available to Shannon & Wilson at the time of the study. If layouts and /or structures change, or are added or removed from the study after the geology and soils review has begun, additional scope and fee may be necessary. • In areas where no subsurface information is available, it may not be possible to provide conceptual geotechnical recommendations. • Two cycles of review will be required for the Conceptual Geotechnical Report. Deliverables: • Draft and Final Conceptual Geotechnical Report— Preferred Alternative Task 11 — Alternatives Development Task 11.1 Update Base Mapping The Consultant will provide updates to the basemap to a sufficient detail to support the update and re- evaluation of the two Build alternatives. This work will involve: • Control Survey /Monumentation: Establish a network of control points and survey the locations of existing monuments within the project area. This includes researching existing survey records produced by WSDOT, the City of Federal Way, and surrounding developments. • Field- Survey Obscured Areas and Recent Developments: Field- survey select areas identified from the current aerial base map that are obscured by vegetation, or that have been developed since the aerial base map was completed, and are needed to support the update of the two alternatives. • Development of a digital terrain model (DTM) in select locations to support vertical design. Assumptions • Mapping will initially be developed by using photogrammetry methods, utilizing an Unmaned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). This flight will provide high - resolution data to update the existing photogrammetric basemap. • The initial basemap update will only capture visible surface features; underground features will be estimated based on available as- builts from the City, public utilities, and private utilities. • A full area DTM will be developed only for the preferred alternative area, but the data to do this work will be based, in part, on the aerial photogrammetry and supplemental ground survey accomplished in this task City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 23 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) • The basemap will be updated in more detail to support the preliminary design of the preferred alternative as part of Task 13. Deliverables • Updated Microstation basemap from previous alternatives development project, including new surface for use in InRoads • Basemap in AutoCAD Civil 3D format with DTM surface Task 11.2 Conceptual Design Workshop The Consultant will provide materials for one conceptual design workshop, lead the workshop, and provide documents for the workshop in order to update conceptual designs for the two final alternatives. This work will involve: a. Prepare Alternative Plots and Materials for Workshop: Prepare roll plots and other graphics of the previously developed final two alternatives for use at the Conceptual Design Workshop. It is assumed that no new alternatives will be prepared in advance of the workshop. However, additional design concepts within the context of the two final alternatives will be presented for discussion and evaluation at the workshop. b. Lead Conceptual Design Workshop: A maximum of two roadway design team members will take part in the workshop along with the project manager and IJR manager from the Consultant Team. Part of the workshop will focus on design strategies and efficiencies to provide a least -cost solution for each alternative. c. Prepare Workshop Summary: Summarize the results of the Conceptual Design Workshop in a technical memorandum. Planning -level sketches of design concepts resulting from the meeting will be included in the memorandum. No detailed engineering or estimates will be performed on any variances to the two final alternatives or any new concept revisions to them that may be produced at the workshop. Deliverables • Plots and supporting materials of the alternatives for the Conceptual Design Workshop • Summary technical memorandum for the Conceptual Design Workshop Task 11.3 Existing Utilities: Existing utilities shall be surface - located by a utility locate service. These specific locations will be determined after the design workshop, field- surveyed, and updates made to the basemap. All survey activities are provided as part of Task 11.1. Subsurface utility locations will be needed as part of the preliminary design to determine utility depths where excavation and structural foundations are proposed and only related to the preferred alternative. Task 11.4 Practical Design Analysis This project will undergo the WSDOT practical design process according to the current WSDOT Design Manual, Chapter 1100. This process is integrated with both the environmental and IJR processes. The process is divided into seven primary steps as follows: City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 24 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) a. Assemble the project advisory team, which will be a combined IJR Support and Multiagency, Interdisciplinary, and Stakeholder Advisory Team (MAISA) b. Identify the project baseline need in terms of performance, contributing factors, and underlying reasons for the need c. Identify land use and transportation context d. Select the design controls compatible with the context e. Evaluate alternatives that provide least -cost solutions f. Select the design elements that are employed based on the alternatives evaluation g. Determine and document the design element dimensions consistent with the least -cost solutions evaluation The conceptual design portion of this project will conduct steps a through e above, and will be documented as part of a Practical Design Analyses document, with associated documentation as needed according to the WSDOT practical design process. This process directly supports the WSDOT /FHWA design approval process that will be completed as part of the preliminary design. The alternatives screening and evaluation will be conducted as part of the overall National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) environmental process, with practical solutions and least -cost concepts integrated within the screening process. Task 11.5 Conceptual Channelization Plan The conceptual channelization layout of each Build alternative will be developed. The channelization will provide a more detailed level of design compared to the current layouts of the two final alternatives, including lane widths, curve radii, turn storage lengths, tapers, super elevation, and design speeds. Task 11.6 Conceptual Structures Type, Size, and Location Prepare a conceptual level Structures Type, Size, and Location (TS &L) Technical Memorandum. The TS &L memorandum will conform to the guidance of the WSDOT Bridge Design Manual Section 2.1.5, but be modified to support the conceptual design of the two interchange alternatives previously identified at S 312th and S 324th Streets. The following activities will be performed: • Conduct field visit • Coordinate with all disciplines to determine feasible bridge and wall design alternatives for the two interchanges • Develop a list of feasible alternatives • Analyze existing S 320th Street structure if modifications to it are necessary • Perform sufficient bridge structural analysis to refine feasibility, develop structure cross sections and abutment foundation types, and determine probable costs • Develop conceptual layouts for up to three different bridge structure types at each interchange • Develop conceptual wall layouts for each interchange • Determine probable wall costs • Compile conceptual TS &L Technical Memorandum to summarize and document data generated and preliminary design decisions sufficient to support the alternatives analysis City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 25 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Assumptions The following assumptions are associated with this task: • Preliminary geotechnical information will be provided by Shannon & Wilson as part of this scope of work (separate task) • Comparative cost estimates will be based on planning level costs and parametric quantification • Section 2.1.5 of the WSDOT Bridge Design Manual (BDM) will be used as a guide in the development of the TS &L Technical Memorandum. This will not be a full TS &L Report as defined in the BDM. • Conceptual design criteria will be based on the WSDOT Bridge Design Manual and AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Specifications. • One structure concept for each bridge and wall will be recommended as the proposed structure type for the preliminary design. Deliverables The following deliverables are associated with this task: • A draft and final Conceptual Type, Size, and Location Technical Memorandum (electronic; final is sealed by a Washington Professional Engineer). Task 11.7 Conceptual Profiles and Roadway Typical Sections Roadway profiles and typical sections for each Build alternative will be produced. Typical sections will not show paving depths at this level of design. Task 11.8 Conceptual Impact Boundary The conceptual channelization layout and roadway profiles will be used for the earthwork modeling, which will produce cut /fill lines. The cut /fill lines will provide the basis for the impact boundary for each build of the two alternatives. Task 11.9 Cost Estimates Conceptual construction cost estimates for each of the Build alternatives will be produced based on the conceptual roadway design tasks. Appropriate cost markups will be included to account for the early stages of design. Deliverables • Draft Practical Design Analysis Documentation, pdf only • Roll plot conceptual design layouts and profiles for each Build alternative • Conceptual construction cost estimates for each full project alternative (Excel and pdf copies) Task 12 — Alternatives Evaluation and Screening Task 12.1 Alternatives Evaluation and Screening The Consultant, along with input from the project stakeholder team, will develop alternative screening criteria based on the project purpose and need, performance criteria, and least -cost solutions. This screening will be applied to the two updated final alternatives developed as part of the conceptual design. This analysis supports both the NEPA and the practical design analysis processes. The outcome of this process will be the preferred alternative. City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 26 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Deliverables • Draft and final evaluation criteria • Draft and final alternatives analysis documentation, including the preferred alternative recommendation Task 13 — Preliminary Engineering for the Preferred Alternative Task 13.1 Preliminary Design and Plans The Consultant will advance the conceptual design of the preferred alternative to an approximate 30% design level using the WSDOT design manual; AASHTO's A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets, 6th Edition (2011); and City of Federal Way Design standards. The preliminary design and plans will be informed by the design documentation; the structural type, size, and location documentation; the stormwater design and analysis; and the environmental mitigation measures as detailed in other areas of this scope of work. The Consultant will also develop the Plan for Approval documents according to the WSDOT guidelines, as indicated at: http: / /www.wsdot.wa.gov /design /projectdel. The Channelization Plans for Approval (PFA) checklist will be followed and submitted with the first draft set for review. A detailed preliminary design estimate of construction will be developed, which will include an electronic Excel workbook utilizing the City standard format. An estimate calculation notebook will be developed as a backup to the electronic estimate workbook. Assumptions • The preliminary design plans will follow the WSDOT Plans Preparation Manual and CADD standards guidelines. • The plans will be developed in the current version of Microstation in use at WSDOT. • The design will be accomplished in the current version of InRoads in use at WSDOT. • AutoCAD and Civil3D may be used in the design process, or for transferring information to the City, but Microstation and InRoads will be the main design platforms. • The PFA will undergo up to a maximum of three review iterations at WSDOT before they are approved. Deliverables • Draft and final PFA, electronic pdf (half size for reviews and full size for final) • Draft and final preliminary design plans (half size pdf) • Draft and final engineers' estimate of construction (Excel workbook and backup notebook documentation) • Draft and Final preliminary Design Report (draft pdf and final paper and pdf) Task 13.2 Traffic Engineering Design The Consultant will perform traffic engineering designs, based on the selection of the preferred alternative. The Consultant will: • Develop plans that include: • Traffic signals City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 27 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) • Illumination • ITS elements The plans will show the following information: • The location of control equipment, signal poles, signal phasing diagram for up to eight signalized intersections, service equipment, corridor (between first adjacent intersection west of proposed interchange and first adjacent intersection east of proposed interchange), and interchange and intersection lighting for up to three intersections. Modifications to the existing intersections at the S 320th Street interchange are included in this eight intersection total. Assumptions • The circuit and conduit system will not be designed. No voltage drop and power calculations will be prepared. Luminaire type, distribution, mounting height, and standard spacing by facility type will be provided by the City for this preliminary layout and corresponding high -level cost - estimating purposes. Deliverables • Draft and final for the preliminary signal plans (half size pdf) • Draft and final for the preliminary illumination plans, including ITS equipment that may be requested by the City and /or WSDOT (half size pdf) Task 13.3 Design Approval /Project Development Approval The Consultant will continue the practical design analysis from the conceptual design portion of the project and prepare the following (practical design steps 6 and 7 as defined in the WSDOT design manual, chapter 1100): a. Select the design elements that are employed based on the alternatives evaluation b. Determine and document the design element dimensions consistent with the least -cost solutions evaluation This design approval will only be completed on the preferred alternative. It is assumed that there will be a single Design Approval /Project Development Approval Package according to Design Manual 300.04(1). The Consultant will continue to work with the MAISA team that was started in conceptual design portion of the project to coordinate the advancement of the preliminary design. The Consultant will review horizontal, vertical, and cross - section geometrics within the project for opportunities to reduce the project footprint and cost while not compromising safety or operations. A quantitative safety analysis utilizing the Highway Safety Manual is required. The document will also provide confirmation that the design is still valid. Prepare Basis of Design Document (WSDOT Design Manual 300.06(2) and 1100) The Consultant will verify the Purpose and Need, baseline need, and contextual needs identified for the project through historical WSDOT- approved documents (IJR, Channelization Plan, etc.). Prepare draft design controls to document the following: • Design year (20 -year design year assumed) City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 28 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) • Modal priority (consider various design users as specified in Understanding Flexibility in Transportation Design — Washington; Design Vehicle is WB -67) • Access control (full access control) • Terrain classification (rolling) Select design elements in cooperation with the City and WSDOT and prepare a Project Design Parameters template as found at: www.wsdot.wa.gov /Design /Support.htm. Lane and shoulder width dimensions will use Operational Analysis (HSM and HCM) methods using crash analysis data prepared herein. Prepare a Basis of Design document using the template and instructions found at: www.wsdot.wa.gov /Design / Support.htm. Prepare Crash Analysis Report (WSDOT Design Manual 321) • Meet with Headquarters Safety Technical Group to verify the scope of safety analysis according to Design Manual 321.05. • Prepare an ISATe (Interstate Safety Analysis Tool enhanced) analysis to assess differing lane /shoulder widths. Summarize the predicted collisions. • Prepare a WSDOT Crash Modification Factors spreadsheet template to asses differing lane /shoulder widths. Summarize the predicted collisions. • Prepare a Crash Analysis Report per Design Manual 321.08(1). Prepare Design Analysis (WSDOT Design Manual 300.06(4) and 1106.04(2)) • Prepare variance requests if needed using the template found at www.wsdot.wa.gov /design /support.htm such as: • Travel Lane Width • Shoulder Width (left and right) Prepare Design Approval Documents (WSDOT Design Manual 300.04(1)) The Consultant will assemble and prepare the following documents within this task order: see attached Design Approval Document checklist for applicable items including, but not limited to: • Channelization Plans for Approval • Current cost estimate with a Basis of Estimate • A reader - friendly memorandum that describes the project • Design Variance inventory • Barrier /safety element documentation; barrier calculations such as length of need will be provided • Basis of Design document • Alternatives comparison table • Project design parameters • Design analysis City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 29 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Assumptions • WSDOT will provide a report from the Design Variance Inventory System for Consultant's use to prepare the Design Approval. • A draft of the Design Approval /Project Development Approval will be submitted following WSDOT concurrence with channelization plans for the project. • A final draft of the Design Approval /Project Development Approval package will be submitted to WSDOT for review in conjunction with the PS &E package for region review. • The final Design Approval /Project Development Approval will be revised and prepared for WSDOT and FHWA signature a minimum of 10 weeks prior to the advertisement date. • WSDOT will provide crash data from the Safety Analyst and Collision Data Mart for Consultant's use. • WSDOT will provide a Crash Analysis Report (CAR) template and instructions from http: / /wwwi. wsdot. wa. gov/ riskmanagement /shs /safetytools.htm. • The alternatives comparison table will use reduction of fatal and serious crashes as a baseline metric. The Consultant will use the Performance Target Refinement Form (PTRF) per Design Manual 1106.04(1) to document refinement of the performance target. Deliverables • Draft and Final Practical Design Analysis • Draft and Final Design Approval and Project Development Approval Task 13.4 Stormwater Design and Report The stormwater design and report will be conducted only on the preferred alternative and is based on the stormwater design criteria developed as part of conceptual design portion of the project. After selection of a Preferred Alternative, the Consultant will prepare a draft Preferred Alternative Stormwater Report that includes analyses of each TDA within the project area of the Preferred Alternative, and prepare a planning level opinion of cost. The draft Preferred Alternative Stormwater Report will be prepared based on the format of a Technical Information Report (TIR) and reflect the analyses for all TDAs regardless of jurisdiction. A separate report for King County or WSDOT is not included. The TIR format will reflect sections applicable for preliminary engineering. The Consultant will meet with the City staff to discuss City comments on draft Preferred Alternative Stormwater Report. The Consultant will prepare a final Preferred Alternative Stormwater Report. Deliverables: • Preferred Alternative Stormwater Report (draft pdf and final paper and pdf) Assumptions: • Stormwater analyses for areas within City jurisdiction will be based on the 2016 King County Surface Water Design Manual and errata and the 2016 Federal Way Addendum to the King County Surface Water Design Manual. City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 30 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) • Stormwater analyses for areas within County jurisdiction will be based on the 2016 King County Surface Water Design Manual and errata. • Stormwater analyses for areas within WSDOT right -of -way will be based on the 2014 Highway Runoff Manual and the February 2016 Supplement. • Detailed geotechnical site investigation will be performed by Shannon & Wilson after selection of the Preferred Alternative to support the BMPs designed for the Preferred Alternative Stormwater Report. • Areas within King County are within King County's Urban Growth Area and will be considered a "Small Road Improvement and Urban Road Improvement Project." • HI -RUN v. 2.1 will be used. • The Preferred Alternative Stormwater Report will include the following: • Project Overview • Conditions and Requirements summary • Offsite Analysis based on Level 1 Analysis • Flow Control, LID, and Water Quality Facility Analysis and Design. • Conveyance System Analysis and Design. • Identification of Special Reports and Studies. • Identification of other Permits. TIR Worksheet for each TDA. Only sections relevant to preliminary engineering will be included. • Offsite Analysis Drainage System Table. • Water Quality Facility Sizing Worksheets for applicable BMPs. • Flow Control and Water Quality Facility Summary Sheet for each TDA. • The overall project vicinity map will be adapted to title block for the TIR. • The drainage sub -area exhibits will be enlarged from the main delineation CADD files with callouts added. There may be multiple TDAs shown on a single map. • The soil mapping exhibits will use the drainage sub -area exhibits as a base and then soil mapping added from the NRCS website and /or information from Shannon & Wilson. • The Preferred Alternative Stormwater Report will be up to 500 pages, including exhibits and appendices. Task 13.5 Preliminary Right -of -Way Plans Right -of -Way Needs and Access Change Management will be developed using the existing WSDOT right -of -way plan and King County Assessor information; conceptual proposed right -of -way line and limited access limits will be determined based on anticipated parcel acquisitions needed for the project. City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 31 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task 13.6 Limited Access and Right -of -Way Conceptual Limited Access Limits Using the existing WSDOT right -of -way plan and GIS Assessor's parcel map, the conceptual proposed right -of -way line and limited access limits will be shown in Microstation based on anticipated parcel acquisitions needed for the project. No title searches will be done at this time. Draft Access Report Outline A Draft Access Report Outline will be created to summarize the contents and formatting of the Access Report Plan, which will follow current WSDOT guidelines. The Access Report Outline will create a template for the Access Report to be completed in the next phase of the project. Assumptions • No title searches will be done as part of this project phase, but tax parcels that will be involved will be recorded to support the formal right -of -way and access phase of the project. Deliverables • Draft Access Report Outline, paper and PDF copies • Parcel listing of potentially affected properties, including area of need to support preliminary cost assumptions Task 13.7 Preliminary Structural Design Conceptual Bridge Plans Prepare Conceptual Bridge Plans for the preferred alternative. The Conceptual Bridge Plans will be prepared with guidance from the WSDOT Bridge Design Manual. Each bridge plan will include as a minimum, the bridge layout (plan and elevation), structure type (typical section), roadway geometrics, clearances, site utilities, stage construction, aesthetic considerations, and cost estimate. Assumptions • The Conceptual Bridge Plans will consist of a bridge plan, elevation, a proposed framing plan, and typical bridge section for each bridge. • Structural information will be developed to provide the rationale for the selection of each preferred bridge alternative. • Preliminary geotechnical information will be used from Shannon & Wilson. • One field visit will be conducted to the bridge site. • One iteration of review comments is anticipated on the interim submittal of the Conceptual Bridge Plans. Deliverables • Interim submittal of the Conceptual Bridge Plan for client review — (electronic pdf) • Final submittal of the Conceptual Bridge Plans (four hard copies and one electronic pdf copy) • Conceptual Bridge Cost Estimates (electronic pdf) City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 32 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Conceptual Wall Plans The Consultant will provide conceptual retaining wall design required to accommodate the proposed improvements on the plans and for use in determination of borings for geotechnical investigations. The plans will include the geometric features of each wall, a plan and profile view of wall locations and elevation views, including wall type selection, and a cost estimate. Assumptions • The Conceptual Wall Plans will consist of plans, elevations, and proposed typical sections. • Preliminary geotechnical information will be used from Shannon & Wilson. • One field visit will be conducted to the site. • One iteration of review comments is anticipated on the interim submittal of the Conceptual Bridge Plans. Deliverables • Conceptual Retaining Wall Design (Layout and Elevation) (electronic pdf) • Conceptual Retaining Wall Cost Estimate (electronic pdf) Noise Wall Design The Consultant will provide preliminary noise wall design required to accommodate the proposed improvements on the plans and for use in determination of borings for geotechnical investigations. The plans will include the geometric features of each wall, a plan and profile view of wall locations and elevation views, including wall type selection, and a cost estimate. Assumptions • It is anticipated that a noise wall will be required at the northbound 1 -5 off -ramp and on the northbound 1 -5 on -ramp. • No noise wall details will be provided at this design stage. • No noise wall foundation or connection design will be provided at this design stage. Deliverables • Preliminary Noise Wall Design (Layout and Elevation) (electronic pdf) • Preliminary Noise Wall Cost Estimate (electronic pdf) Task 13.8 Utility Location Subsurface utility locations will be determined to support the preliminary design based on the preferred alternative. A utility coordination and documentation plan will be developed to manage this process. Each utility identified within the limits of the overall project will be contacted early in the preliminary design process to ensure that all known utilities are clearly identified. The conceptual design utility identification will be used as a basis to this more detailed assessment of impacts. Subsurface location will be necessary in locations where impacts are either close or imminent. A detailed location plan will be developed, property rights of entries secured (if necessary), and subsurface utility engineering will be accomplished. All locate information will be updated in the project basemap. City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 33 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Assumptions • Utility location will be done by a single utility location firm as part of the Consultant's contract. • Washington State one -call locate will only be issued to assist in preliminary locations of utilities. • As- builts will be provided by all public and private utilities within the project limits prior to any subsurface utility locate planning. Deliverables • Subsurface Utility Location Plan • Utility Coordination Log • Subsurface Utility Location Report 13.9 Base Map Update for Preliminary Design The basemap will be updated in more detail to support the early preliminary design of the preferred alternative. This will include supplemental ground surveys of all visible and accessible elements that are affected by the project footprint and right -of -way needs. This will also include all subsurface utility locations as defined in Task 13.8. This will also provide the initial basemap for the final design. Assumptions • This version of the basemap will need to be detailed further for final design. Therefore, survey efforts will be limited to the level of design needed to support the preliminary design of the preferred alternative. • No new UAV flights will be conducted for this update. Deliverables • Updated Microstation basemap focused on the preferred alternative, including an updated surface for use in InRoads • Updated basemap in AutoCAD Civil 3D format with DTM surface Task 14 — Environmental Documentation Environmental documentation is intended to address compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA), Section 7 of Endangered Species Act (ESA), Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, and if necessary Section 4(f) of the U.S. Department of Transportation Act and Section 6(f) of the U.S. Land and Water Conservation Fund Act. Task 14.1 Documented Categorical Exclusion To comply with NEPA, this scope of work assumes that a Documented Categorical Exclusion (DCE) will suffice. It is assumed that the City will adopt NEPA to comply with SEPA and issue a Mitigated Determination of Nonsignificance. The Consultant will provide detailed analyses pertaining to ecological resources, noise, and hazardous waste in support of the DCE. The results of the analyses will be submitted in draft, revised draft, and final reports. Detailed analyses regarding endangered species are covered under Task 2; cultural resources in Task 3; and Section City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 34 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) 4(f) /6(f) resources in Task 4. These analyses will focus on the impacts that may result from the preferred alternative. The work will culminate with the preparation of a NEPA Categorical Exclusion Documentation Form. a. Ecological resources The Consultant will redelineate wetlands within 300 feet of the preferred alternative, applying methods specified in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Wetlands Delineation Manual (Environmental Laboratory 1987) and the Regional Supplement to the Corps of Engineers Wetland Delineation Manual: Western Mountains, Valleys, and Coast Region (Version 2.0) (USACE 2010). The Consultant will identify wetland boundaries in the field and mark them with numbered flagging. The Consultant will have all wetland flag locations instrument - surveyed by professional land surveyors. The Consultant will observe and estimate all other wetlands outside the WSDOT and local right -of -ways from public vantage points and existing data sources. The Consultant will classify wetlands according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and hydrogeomorphic (HGM) classification systems and rate them according to the applicable local jurisdiction's critical areas ordinance, and the currently accepted version of the Washington State Wetland Rating System. The Consultant will reclassify streams and identify ordinary high water mark for each. The Consultant will collect incidental observations of other sensitive resources in the study area during the wetland delineation. The Consultant will prepare an ecological report to document resources identified within the WSDOT and local right -of -ways. The Consultant's CADD staff will generate figures, buffer areas, and potential impact area estimates. b. Noise The Consultant will conduct noise analysis consistent with WSDOT requirements and will meet with the City and WSDOT to discuss the need and confirm the methodology for noise analysis before beginning the work below. The Consultant will describe existing conditions and the respective impacts of the No Build and Build alternatives based on applicable guidance of federal, state, and local agencies. The Consultant will measure existing noise levels at four locations over a 15- minute period at each location. The time chosen for measurement will be the likely maximum traffic noise periods when traffic speeds are high. This may not coincide with peak volumes, depending on congestion. The Consultant will use the FHWA Traffic Noise Model (TNM) Version 2.5 for projection of future noise levels from the proposal. This model is appropriate for estimating existing, future No Build, and one Build alternative noise levels based on forecasted traffic volumes. The analysis will identify whether the project is anticipated to cause noise levels that exceed the threshold trigger specified for consideration of whether mitigation is reasonable and feasible. Mitigation (noise walls) will be analyzed for up to four locations. The results of the analysis will be incorporated into a technical memorandum. City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 35 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) c. Hazardous materials Based on a more detailed look at the preferred alternative and potential methods of construction, the Consultant will evaluate the potential for the project to encounter hazardous materials. The findings will be documented in a technical memorandum. d. Categorical Exclusion Documentation Form The Consultant will prepare a draft NEPA Categorical Exclusion Documentation Form. The form will rely on the findings of the discipline analyses completed as part of this scope of work, as well as the preliminary design of the preferred alternative. The City will review and the Consultant will revise the form to address City comments. The City will be responsible for submitting the revised form to WSDOT. Deliverables • Preliminary draft, revised draft, and final wetland report • Preliminary draft, revised draft, and final noise analysis technical memorandum • Preliminary draft, revised draft, and final hazardous materials technical memorandum • Draft and final NEPA Categorical Exclusion Form Task 14.2 Endangered Species Act To comply with Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act (ESA), this scope of work assumes the preparation of a Biological Assessment (BA) addressing the potential impacts of the proposed action on species and habitat that are protected under the ESA. However, as a first step in this scope of work, the Consultant will confirm the appropriate level of documentation with the City and WSDOT. If the analysis finds no potential for effects on ESA - listed species, these findings will be documented in the WSDOT No Effects Assessment format. Such an assessment is typically used for projects that result in a no- effect determination but that require additional documentation and analysis (including projects that create new impervious surfaces and new highway interchanges). A similar level of effort as described here would likely be required to support a no- effect determination. To meet the needs of reviewers at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), the analysis will be based on at least 30 percent design documents. The BA will be prepared in accordance with the scope and quality requirements in the WSDOT Advanced Training Manual for Biological Assessment Preparation for Transportation Projects— Version 2015 and using WSDOT's biological assessment template. By meeting those requirements, the BA will also meet the requirements of the USFWS's and NMFS's ESA Section 7 Consultation Handbook (1998). Project activities with the potential to affect ESA - listed species include (1) creation of a new highway interchange that could facilitate additional development, and (2) creation of pollution - generating impervious surfaces (PGIS). The BA will include an evaluation of potential direct and indirect effects of the preferred alternative on species that are listed as threatened or endangered under the ESA, species that are proposed for listing, and designated or proposed critical habitat for listed species. The BA will also analyze the effects of interrelated and interdependent actions and will address effects on essential fish habitat (EFH). The analysis will follow WSDOT guidelines for addressing the potential effects of and use changes that may result from the creation of a new highway interchange. The analysis will also address potential changes in pollutant City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 36 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) loadings in waters that receive discharges from facilities that detain and treat stormwater from existing and new PGIS in the project area, based on the results of highway runoff modeling. Based on the current status and distribution of ESA - listed and proposed species that may occur in the project action area, it is anticipated that the BA will address two species of fish, both of which are listed as threatened and are under the jurisdiction of NMFS. These are Puget Sound Chinook salmon and the Puget Sound steelhead trout. The BA will also address potential effects on designated critical habitat for these species. Based on the location of the project action area relative to stream reaches where these species have been documented, the potential for project - related effects on these species or their critical habitat is very low. To err on the side of caution, the assumption for this scope of work is that an effects determination of "may affect but not likely to adversely affect" is appropriate for these species and critical habitat. As noted above, a similar level of effort would likely be required to support a no- effect determination. Based on the lack of potentially suitable habitat in the project vicinity, the project is not expected to have the potential for any effects on the following species, all of which are under the jurisdiction of the USFWS: marbled murrelet, streaked horned lark, yellow - billed cuckoo, bull trout, or North American wolverine. The BA will include brief descriptions of the status, range, and habitat requirements of these species, along with an explanation of why no effects are anticipated. In order to present a thorough analysis and to minimize the potential for re- initiation of ESA consultation at a later date, the BA will need to include a detailed description of the proposed action sufficient to complete the effects determination. The Consultant will work with staff from the City of Federal Way to provide the following information to the extent possible or to develop performance specifications in lieu of detailed information: • Detailed project description that includes all pertinent information on construction activities, including construction methods, timing, schedule, and phasing, and a list of all construction equipment required. • Engineering design plans showing locations of all known streams, wetlands, stream crossing structures, and road /bridge alignments. • Location of all staging /stockpile areas, clearly identified and delineated. • The location, and a detailed description, of any in- water /over -water work activities, including the number, size, composition, and location of all temporary /permanent culverts, as well as the footprint of all in- water structures. • Information on stormwater treatment and detention specifications. At a minimum, the Consultant will fully complete the WSDOT ESA Stormwater Checklist before preparing the BA. • A list of proposed water quantity and quality BMPs for project construction and operation. • Conceptual mitigation plans, if available, that address permanent impacts to project area streams and wetlands. The Consultant will submit a first draft of the BA to the City. City staff will review the draft document and provide a single set of non - conflicting comments, either in the form of tracked changes in the Microsoft Word file or as a separate list. After receiving the City's consolidated comments, the Consultant will produce a revised draft BA for City staff review and confirmation that comments have been addressed appropriately. The BA will then be submitted to the agency (FHWA) that will be responsible for coordinating the ESA Section 7 consultation process with NMFS and USFWS. After receiving a single set of non - conflicting comments from the agency responsible for consultation, the Consultant will produce a final draft BA. Additional effort associated with revising the BA after this stage (e.g., City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 37 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) responding to comments or requests for more information from NMFS and /or USFWS) would be completed under a separate scope and budget. Deliverables: • Draft BA • Revised Draft BA for FHWA Task 14.3 National Historic Preservation Act The Consultant will support compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act by providing the following services: Define Area of Project Effects (APE) - The Consultant will assist in defining the APE based on the preliminary design of the preferred alternative and prepare a work plan. An aerial map and topographic map of the APE will be included. The Consultant will also assist in drafting formal Section 106 consultation letters on behalf of WSDOT if requested. In keeping with WSDOT's procedures, the City will be responsible for submitting the map to WSDOT and Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (DAHP). This APE is subject to change depending upon refinement of the project design, and approval of WSDOT and DAHP. Refine Background Research - The Consultant will refine documentation results from background research developed during alternative screening to focus on the preferred alternative. Locate Utilities - Once the APE has been approved, and prior to archaeological fieldwork, the Consultant will arrange for utility locates to meet the requirements of Washington's new Underground Utilities regulations (RCW 19.122). This requires obtaining a locate survey for any type of excavation on public and private property that will exceed 12 inches in depth. A locate service must be notified by the excavator (HRA) at least 2 business days before digging, and the area of proposed excavation must be marked with paint as described in RCW 19.122.030. The Consultant will not mark the area in paint, but will provide the locate service with adequate documentation in the form of maps and a text description to complete the survey. Conduct Archaeological Inventory — The Consultant's archaeologists will conduct a surface and, where feasible, subsurface inventory of the APE. For the proposed fieldwork, the Consultant's field staff will consider ground visibility, slope, sediment saturation, and degree of previous disturbance in implementing field survey methods, which is anticipated to consist of one to two transects spaced at up to 40 -meter intervals within the APE. The field crew will excavate up to 90 shovel probes where feasible. The Field Supervisor will adjust methods to the field conditions encountered, but will not compromise the goal of inventorying the overall project area by one or more methods. In general, shovel probes will measure approximately 35 to 40 centimeters (14 to 15.7 inches) in diameter and will be excavated to sterile soils (e.g., glacial till or "C" horizon) or until halted by a buried obstacle. Excavated sediments will be screened through 0.25 -inch hardware mesh and additional radial probes will be excavated at 5- to 10 -meter intervals to investigate any finds. Basic information will be recorded for each probe on HRA field forms including final depth, soil color and consistency, and any disturbances. Archaeological materials will be documented and returned to the shovel probe and the probe backfilled. Under this scope, up to one archaeological site or one isolated find will be recorded. As feasible, the Field Supervisor will record survey transects, shovel probe locations, and archaeological resources using a handheld GPS instrument. Survey mapping information will be recorded on field maps and, as appropriate, DAHP resource forms. City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 38 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Refine Architectural Inventory - Once the architectural APE has been approved by WSDOT and DAHP, HRA's architectural historian will commence their inventory and evaluation of the buildings within the APE. At this time it appears that the APE may include up to a total of 14 buildings over 45 years of age. Recordation will consist of photographing and documenting each building on a Washington State historic properties inventory form (HPI). The buildings will be evaluated for their eligibility to the National Register of Historic Places at a reconnaissance level according to DAHP guidelines. Prepare Cultural Resources Technical Report - The Consultant will prepare a Cultural Resources Technical Report summarizing the results of the project. The report will reflect professional standards for format and content as expressed in DAHP guidelines. The Consultant will submit a draft of the report in PDF format to Parametrix for comment. The Consultant will make revisions to the draft report in response to those comments and will submit a revised draft for submittal to the City. Once the City has commented on the report, the Consultant will make any necessary revisions and submit an electronic version of the final report for submittal to WSDOT and DAHP. The report will include: • A description of the project and applicable laws and regulations • A summary of the results of the background literature and records research • The methods used during the fieldwork and the result, • A description of any cultural resources found • An evaluation of architectural resources over 45 years of age • A summary assessment of potential effects to any identified historically significant resources and extent to which the proposed project may affect the resource • Recommendations for completion of any additional cultural resources compliance obligations stemming from the results of our study, • A summary of project procedures that should be followed in the event of an unanticipated discovery of buried cultural materials or human remains during construction • References cited The report will include such tables, maps, photographs, and other graphics as are needed to depict the scope of the study and results. Forms for any recorded resources will be included in an appendix to the report. Assumptions • Consultation with DAHP and the affected tribes will be led by the Federal Highway Administration. The Consultant will provide support. • The City will provide rights -of -entry (ROE) for the project. All ROE will be in place prior to commencement of fieldwork. • Background research and a cultural resource inventory for only one alternative will be conducted. • The Consultant will not be responsible for marking the project area prior to utility locate requests. The Consultant will not begin subsurface fieldwork until an Excavation Confirmation Code is obtained from the locate service and all known utilities are marked, or the Consultant has received direct confirmation from each utility that no facilities are in the project area. Once the Consultant's fieldwork is completed, the Consultant will not be responsible for maintaining the location survey markings. • The scope provides for up to 90 probes to be excavated in five field days by four archaeologists City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 39 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) • The scope includes recording up to one archaeological site and /or isolated find. • Up to ten buildings will be recorded and evaluated for the NRHP at a reconnaissance level. • Only one draft and one final copy of the EA sections will be prepared. • The APE for the project has not been approved by WSDOT or DAHP. Fieldwork cannot be conducted until the APE has received these approvals. • Teleconferences with the lead agency, DAHP, or the tribes will not exceed 2 hours over the term of the project. • The Consultant will provide a text description of the proposed project to use in the Cultural Resources Technical Report. • The Consultant will provide maps (GIS shapefiles are preferred) of the project area and design plans of the proposed project to HRA in a format that can be adapted for use in its report. • Reporting will not include the preparation of agreement documents (e.g., Memoranda of Agreement). Deliverables: • Draft Cultural Resources Technical Report • Final Cultural Resources Technical Report Task 14.4 Section 4(f) /Section 6(f) Compliance Documentation describing compliance with Section 4(f) of the U.S. Department of Transportation Act will be required if the preferred alternative impacts a Section 4(f) resource. Section 4(f) prohibits the FHWA from approving a project or program that uses land from a significant public park, recreation area, wildlife or waterfowl refuge, or historic site unless: (1) the project will have no more than a "de minimis impact "; or (2) there is no feasible and prudent avoidance alternative to the use of the land, and the project includes all possible planning to minimize harm to the property. Documentation describing compliance with Section 6(f) of the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act will be required if the preferred alternative requires conversion of land acquired with these funds. Section 6(f) directs the National Park Service (NPS) to ensure that replacement lands of equal value, location, and usefulness are provided as conditions to approval of land conversion. Therefore, the NPS must approve any conversion of property acquired or developed with assistance under this act. Prior to completion of the alternatives analysis and any revisions to the design of the preferred alternative, it is difficult to predict what level of documentation and effort would be necessary for these tasks. For the purpose of this scope of work, the Consultant will prepare a form documenting de minimis impact to 4(f) resources. For 6(f), it is assumed that the replacement properties previous identified are still viable, and the Consultant will focus on providing information to facilitate re- initiation of coordination with the NPS. Deliverables: • Draft and revised draft de minimis documentation form • Draft and final report documenting impacts to and alternative replacement properties for 6(f) resources City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 40 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task 15 — Interchange Justification Report It is assumed all eight policy points will be addressed in the IJR as described below. The traffic forecasting and operations, design analysis, alternatives development and screening, environmental analysis, and outreach efforts are covered under other task items. This work effort will be used to document the technical analysis in individual policy points, complete technical reviews by the study support team including routing the policy points for review and comments, and finalize the packaged IJR. Task 15.1 Policy Point 1 - Need for Access Point Revision The study will investigate investments in local infrastructure improvements to meet the purpose and need of the proposal. This work will demonstrate the local infrastructure alone cannot be improved to address the purpose and need and will be documented in Policy Point 1. Task 15.2 Policy Point 2 - Reasonable Alternatives Review will be conducted of prior development and analysis of alternatives and a description prepared identifying how these met or did not meet the purpose and need of the project. An exhaustive list of local improvements, interchange improvements, and interchange modifications were all considered and packaged into several alternatives during previous work. The recommended improvement concept will be identified, reviewed, and refined as necessary, and documented. Task 15.3 Policy Point 3 - Operational and Collision Analyses As described under Task 3, operations analysis will be conducted as agreed upon in the methods and assumption document. The results of local intersection and freeway operational analysis and collision analysis will be documented. Task 15.4 Policy Point 4 - Access Connections and Design Documentation will be prepared of the geometric design of the proposed improvements, conceptual horizontal and vertical alignments, and conceptual signing and striping plans. Applicable design criteria including right -of- way and access impacts will also be discussed. Task 15.5 Policy Point 5 - Land Use and Transportation Plans Current land use assumptions in the travel demand model will be documented. A discussion of consistency of the proposed improvements with local, regional, and statewide transportation plans will also be prepared. The effort to research and document current plans will occur under this task. Task 15.6 Policy Point 6 - Future Interchanges Documentation will be prepared of the consistency and compatibility of the proposed improvements with other planned improvements in the Statewide Highway Plan. Task 15.7 Policy Point 7 — Coordination Documentation will be prepared to identify local plans and funded or programmed improvements that are needed to support the recommended highway modifications. Discussion will include how local agencies will work with WSDOT to pursue funding for the recommended interchange modifications, including identification of previous financial or environmental commitments between agencies or private entities. City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 41 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Task 15.8 Policy Point 8 - Environmental Processes This policy point will summarize the environmental process required for the preferred alternative. Task 15.9 Draft and Final IJR Report Preparation The policy points summarized above will be consolidated into an IJR document for review by the project team. It is anticipated that up to three rounds of drafts and revisions will be performed. After the reviews have been completed, a final IJR report document will be prepared. Assumptions • It is assumed there will be a client review and a second IJR Support Team review for all individual policy points, and the draft and final IJR. It is assumed WSDOT will compile their comments prior to submitting. Deliverables • Draft and Final Interchange Justification Report, including individual chapters completed for review by the IJR support team Table 15 -1 summarizes the optional public involvement tasks. Table 15-1. Optional Public Involvement Support Tasks Task Assumptions (if applicable) Support • Door -to -door events up to four times in communication with residential neighborhoods. Assumes two staff residents along members for up to 10 hours per door -to -door project alignment event, including planning, travel, day of preparation, and summary draft work. Deliverables /work products • Up to four door -to -door summaries Est. Cost (Labor Hours Only) • $5,500 (PRR) Present at City • The Consultant will develop draft and final Council meetings presentation talking points for up to six City Council meetings. Assumes one staff person for up to 3 hours per set of talking points. • The Consultant will attend up to six City Council meetings. Assumes one staff person for up to 4 hours per meeting to attend, including travel, and summary e-mail. • Up to six talking points • Up to six briefing summaries • $6,200 (PRR) • Press releases • The Consultant will draft up to five press releases to announce significant project milestones and public meetings. • The Consultant will develop a media distribution list, distribute the press release, and make follow -up calls to reporters. • Up to five press releases • Draft and final media distribution list • $2,300 (PRR) • $1000 (PMX) City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 42 SCOPE OF WORK (continued) Deliverables /work Est. Cost Task Assumptions (if applicable) products (Labor Hours Only) Language support for • Interpretation at up to six community and • Printer -ready • $5,500 (PRR) community and business briefings with limited English- artwork for business briefings proficiency attendees. translated • Translation and layout of up to six project materials, up to materials translated into Korean, Russian, 24 total; six in four Vietnamese, and Spanish. languages • Labor hours include time to coordinate translations, in -house translation for Spanish, and graphic layout of translated handouts City of Federal Way August 15, 2017 City Center Access Project 43 Exhibit B DBE Participation Not Applicable. Agreement Number: 17- l WSDOT Form 140 -089 EF Exhibit B Page 1 of 1 Revised 10/30/2014 Exhibit C Preparation and Delivery of Electronic Engineering and Other Data In this Exhibit the agency, as applicable, is to provide a description of the format and standards the consultant is to use in preparing electronic files for transmission to the agency. The format and standards to be provided may include, but are not limited to, the following: I. Surveying, Roadway Design & Plans Preparation Section A. Survey Data Base map in AutoCAD, Civil 3D format with DTM Surface. B. Roadway Design Files AutoCAD, Civil 3D. C. Computer Aided Drafting Files AutoCAD, Civil 3D. Agreement Number: 17- I S4- WSDOT Form 140 -089 EF Exhibit C Page 1 of 4 Revised 10/30/2014 D. Specify the Agency's Right to Review Product with the Consultant The Agency retains ownership of all electronic files created. E. Specify the Electronic Deliverables to Be Provided to the Agency AutoCAD, Civil 3D drawings, signed and sealed PDFs. F. Specify What Agency Furnished Services and Information Is to Be Provided AutoCAD, Civil 3D, base maps, and drawings. Agreement Number: 17- 1 WSDOT Form 140 -089 EF Exhibit C Page 2 of 4 Revised 10/30/2014 II. Any Other Electronic Files to Be Provided As deemed necessary by agreement of the Agency and Consultant. III. Methods to Electronically Exchange Data Email, FTP, Compact Disk, DVD, and Flash Drive. WSDOT Form 140 -089 EF Exhibit C Page 3 of 4 Revised 10/30/2014 A. Agency Software Suite MS Office, AutoCAD, Civil3D. B. Electronic Messaging System Microsoft Office Outlook 2010. C. File Transfers Format Adobe PDF, ZIP files, Microsoft Office: Word (2010), Excel (2010), Project (2010), PowerPoint (2010), and Publisher (2010). 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Refer to section VI "Sub- Contracting" of this AGREEMENT. There are four subconsultants on the project identified in the scope of work in Exhibit A; Sub cost computations are attached. Agreement Number: 17- WSDOT Form 140 -089 EF Exhibit E Page 1 of 1 Revised 10/30/2014 Client: City of Federal Way Project: City Center Access Project Project No: 16 -0760 Labor Totals: 5130,524.70 965 131 168 354 72 210 30 $27,882.04 528,402.08 $38,872.74 $9,800.64 $23,060.10 $2,507.10 CCA- 20170807 Budget.xlsx, DNS -Labor i > E 3 r Y f u 3 m� DKS Labor vE - nv E Labor Burdened Rates: 212.84 169.06 109.81 136.12 109.81 83.57 Phase Task Description Labor Dollars Labor Hours 1 Project Management $14,851.82 88 58 0 0 0 0 30 1.1 Project Management Plan $0.00 0 1.2 Monthly Progress Reports & Invoices $7,189.58 52 22 30 1.3 Monthly Progress Meetings / Other Communication $0.00 0 1.4 Subconsultant Coordination 50.00 0 1.5 Consultant Team Meetings $7,662.24 36 36 2 Re- initiation $0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.1 Team Chartering 50.00 0 2.2 Purpose and Need $0.00 0 2.3 Prey Alts Screening Validation 50.00 0 1.4 DEE Verification $0.00 0 3 Public Involvement $0.00 0 0 0 0 0 3.1 Pub Involvmt Cmm Plan 50.00 0 3.2 Stakeholder Engagement 50.00 0 3.3 Community Events and Engagement $0.00 0 3.4 City Council Meetings $0.00 0 3.5 Support City Website $0.00 0 3.6 Public Info Materials and Special Graphics $0.00 0 3.7 Advertising 50.00 0 3.8 Environmental Justice Outreach 50.00 0 3.9 Comment Management 3.10 Strategic Assistance 50.00 0 4 118 Support Team Meetings $3,405.44 16 16 0 0 0 0 0 4.1 IUR Support Team Meetings $3,405.44 16 16 5 Travel Demand Model Forecasts $55,648.68 412 32 120 260 0 0 0 5.1 Review Existing Information 56,170.56 50 2 8 40 5.2 Confirm Traffic Analysis Zone Land Use Assumptions $6,644.56 50 1 16 32 5.3 Travel Demand Model Forecasts $31,802.52 232 20 72 140 0 0 0 Existing Model' Update land use 52,65664 18 2 8 8 Exisring Model: Update roadway network 53,095.88 22 2 8 12 Existing Model: Validation $5,515.52 40 4 12 24 Existing Model: Calibration 55,51552 40 4 12 14 Future Base Model: Update land use 52,65664 18 2 8 8 Future Base Model: Update roadway network $3,535.12 26 2 8 16 Future Build Models (2): Update roadway network 58,82720 68 4 16 48 5.4 Technical Memorandums . $1103104 80 4 24 48 6 Traffic Forecasts and Operations Analysis $15,732.06 126 0 32 94 0 0 0 6.1 Data Collection 50.00 0 6.2 Detailed Traffic Forecasts $15,732.06 126 0 32 94 0 0 0 Develop and documentpost- processing methodology 55,323.02 41 12 30 Post - process volumes: AM /PM, 4 scenarios 510,409.04 84 20 64 6.3 Screening Level Traffic Operations Analysis $0.00 0 6.4 Policy Point 3 and Env. 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Traffic Op Analysis $0.00 0 7 11R Methods and Assumptions $2,917.80 17 1 16 0 0 0 0 7.1 Methods and Assumptions Document 52,917.80 17 1 16 8 Environmental Evaluation for Alts $0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8.1 Cultural Resources 50.00 0 8.2 Ecological Resources 50.00 0 8.3 Noise $0.00 0 8.4 Hazardous Waste $0.00 0 8.5 Park and Recreation Resources $0.00 0 8.6 Social and Community Effects $0.00 0 9 Preliminary Hydraulics Evaluation $0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9.1 Preliminary Hydraulics Evaluation $0.00 0 10 Geotechnical $0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10.1 Geology, Soils, and Topography Technical Memorandum $0.00 0 11 Altematives Development $0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11.1 Update Base Mapping $0.00 0 11.2 Conceptual Design Workshop $0.00 0 11.3 Existing Utilities $0.00 0 11.4 Practical Design Analysis $0.00 0 11.5 Conceptual Channeliration Plan $0.00 0 11.6 Conceptual Structure Design 50.00 0 11.7 Conceptual Profiles - Roadway Typical Sections 50.00 0 11.8 Conceptual Impact Boundary $0.00 0 11.9 Cost Estimates 50.00 0 12 Alts Evaluation and Screening $0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12.1 Alts Evaluation and Screening 50.00 0 13 Prelim Engineering Preferred Alt $37,968.90 306 24 0 0 72 210 0 13.1 Preliminary Design and Plans 50.00 0 112 Traffic Engineering Design 937,968.90 306 24 72 210 Basis of Design Document $0.00 0 Crash Analysis Report $0.00 0 Design Analysis $0.00 0 Design Approval Documents $0.00 0 Stormwoter Design and report 50.00 0 Prelim Right of Way Pions $0.00 0 Limited Access and Right of Way $0.00 0 Geotechnical 50.00 0 14 Environmental Documentation $0.00 0 0 0 D 0 0 0 14.1 Documented Categorical Exclusion $0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 • Ecological resources 50.00 0 • Noise $0.00 0 • Hazardous materials $0.00 0 • Categorical Exclusion Doc $0.00 0 14.2 Endangered Species Act $0.00 0 14.3 National Historic Preservation Act $0.00 0 14.4 Section 4(f) /Section 6(f) 50.00 0 15 116 50.00 0 0 0 0 0 15.1 Policy Point 1 50.00 0 15.2 Policy Point 2 50.00 0 15.3 Policy Point 3 $0.00 0 15.4 Policy Point 4 $0.00 0 15.5 Policy Point 5 $0.00 0 15.6 Policy Point 6 $0.00 0 15.7 Policy Point 7 $0.00 0 15.8 Policy Point8 $0.00 0 15.9 Draft and Final UR Rpt 50.00 0 Labor Totals: 5130,524.70 965 131 168 354 72 210 30 $27,882.04 528,402.08 $38,872.74 $9,800.64 $23,060.10 $2,507.10 CCA- 20170807 Budget.xlsx, DNS -Labor Client: City of Federal Way Project: City Center Access Project prr,jvrt Nr, 1F, -f17fn DKS Indirect Expenses Rates: 0.535 16.00 Phase Task Description 1 Project Management $117.50 104 100 4 1.1 Project Management Plan $0.00 0 1.2 Monthly Progress Reports & Invoices $0.00 0 1.3 Monthly Progress Meetings / Other Communication $0.00 0 1.4 Subronsultant Coordination $0.00 0 1.5 Consultant Team Meetings $117.50 104 100 4 2 Re- initiation $0.00 0 0 0 2.1 Team Chartering $0.00 0 2.2 DCE Verification $0.00 0 2.3 Purpose and Need $0.00 0 2.4 Prev Alts Screening Validation $0.00 0 3 Public Involvement $0.00 0 0 0 3.1 Pub Involvmt Cmm Plan $0.00 0 3.2 Stakeholder Engagement $0.00 0 3.3 Community Events and Engagement $0.00 0 3.4 City Council Meetings $0.00 0 3.5 Support City Website $0.00 0 3.6 Public Info Materials and Special Graphics $0.00 0 3.7 Advertising $0.00 0 3.8 Environmental Justice Outreach $0.00 0 3,9 Comment Management 3.10 Strategic Assistance $0.00 0 4 IJR Support Team Meetings $0.00 0 0 0 4.1 UR Support Team Meetings $0.00 0 5 Travel Demand Model Forecasts $53.50 100 100 0 5.1 Review Existing Information $53.50 100 100 5.2 Con0rm Traffic Analysis Zone Land Use Assumptions $0.00 0 5.3 Travel Demand Model Forecasts $0.00 0 5.4 Technical Memorandums $0.00 0 6 Traffic Forecasts and Operations Analysis $0.00 0 0 0 6.1 Data Collection $0.00 0 6.2 Detailed Traffic Forecasts $0.00 0 6.3 Screening Level Traffic Operations Analysis 50.00 0 6.4 Policy Point 3 and Env. 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Expense Totals: $549.00 1,007 450 150 7 400 $45.00 $150.00 $140.00 $214.00 CCA- 20170807 Budget.xlsx; SW- Expenses Shannon and Wilson Indirect Expenses v 0. 9 Rates: 0.10 1.00 20.00 0.535 Phase Task Description 1 Project Management $0.00 0 0 0 0 0 1.1 Project Management Plan $0.00 0 1.2 Monthly Progress Reports & Invoices $0.00 0 1.3 Monthly Progress Meetings / Other Communication $0.00 0 1.4 Subconsultant Coordination $0.00 0 1.5 Consultant Team Meetings $0.00 0 2 Re- initiation $0.00 0 0 0 0 0 2.1 Team Chartering $0.00 0 2.2 DCE Verification $0.00 0 2.3 Purpose and Need $0.00 0 2.4 Prey Alts Screening Validation $0.00 0 3 Public Involvement $0.00 0 0 0 0 0 3.1 Pub Involvmt Cmm Plan $0.00 0 3.2 Stakeholder Engagement $0.00 0 3.3 Community Events and Engagement $0.00 0 3.4 City Council Meetings $0.00 0 3.5 Support City Website $0.00 0 3.6 Public Info Materials and Special Graphics $0.00 3.7 Advertising $0.00 0 3.8 Environmental Justice Outreach $0.00 0 3.9 Comment Management $0.00 0 3.10 Strategic Assistance $0.00 0 4 IJR Support Team Meetings 50.00 0 0 0 0 0 4.1 11R Support Team Meetings $0.00 0 5 Travel Demand Model Forecasts $0.00 0 0 0 0 0 5.1 Review Existing Information $0.00 5.2 Confirm Traffic Analysis Zone Land Use Assumptions $0.00 0 5.3 Travel Demand Model Forecasts $0.00 0 5.4 Technical Memorandums $0.00 0 6 Traffic Forecasts and Operations Analysis $0.00 0 0 0 0 0 6.1 Data Collection $0.00 0 6.2 Detailed Traffic Forecasts $0.00 0 6.3 Screening Level Traffic Operations Analysis $0.00 0 6.4 Policy Point 3 and Env. 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Compliance with Regulations: The CONSULTANT shall comply with the Regulations relative to non- discrimination in federally assisted programs of the AGENCY, Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 21, as they may be amended from time to time (hereinafter referred to as the "REGULATIONS "), which are herein incorporated by reference and made a part of this AGREEMENT. 2. Non - discrimination: The CONSULTANT, with regard to the work performed during this AGREEMENT, shall not discriminate on the grounds of race, color, sex, or national origin in the selection and retention of sub - consultants, including procurement of materials and leases of equipment. The CONSULTANT shall not participate either directly or indirectly in the discrimination prohibited by Section 21.5 of the REGULATIONS, including employment practices when this AGREEMENT covers a program set forth in Appendix B of the REGULATIONS. 3. Solicitations for Sub - consultants, Including Procurement of Materials and Equipment: In all solicitations either by competitive bidding or negotiations made by the CONSULTANT for work to be performed under a sub - contract, including procurement of materials or leases of equipment, each potential sub - consultant or supplier shall be notified by the CONSULTANT of the CONSULTANT's obligations under this AGREEMENT and the REGULATIONS relative to non - discrimination on the grounds of race, color, sex, or national origin. 4. Information and Reports: The CONSULTANT shall provide all information and reports required by the REGULATIONS or directives issued pursuant thereto, and shall permit access to its books, records, accounts, other sources of information, and its facilities as may be determined by the AGENCY, the STATE, or the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) to be pertinent to ascertain compliance with such REGULATIONS, orders and instructions. Where any information required of a CONSULTANT is in the exclusive possession of another who fails or refuses to furnish this information, the CONSULTANT shall so certify to the AGENCY, the STATE, or the FHWA as appropriate, and shall set forth what efforts it has made to obtain the information. 5. Sanctions for Non - compliance: In the event of the CONSULTANT's non - compliance with the non- discrimination provisions of this AGREEMENT, the AGENCY shall impose such AGREEMENT sanctions as it, the STATE, or the FHWA may determine to be appropriate, including, but not limited to: • Withholding of payments to the CONSULTANT under this AGREEMENT until the CONSULTANT complies, and /or; • Cancellation, termination, or suspension of this AGREEMENT, in whole or in part. 6. Incorporation of Provisions: The CONSULTANT shall include the provisions of paragraphs (1) through (5) in every subcontract, including procurement of materials and leases of equipment, unless exempt by the REGULATIONS, or directives issued pursuant thereto. The CONSULTANT shall take such action with respect to any sub - consultant or procurement as the STATE, the AGENCY, or FHWA may direct as a means of enforcing such provisions including sanctions for non - compliance. Provided, however, that in the event a CONSULTANT becomes involved in, or is threatened with, litigation with a sub - consultant or supplier as a result of such direction, the CONSULTANT may request the AGENCY enter into such litigation to protect the interests of the STATE and /or the AGENCY and, in addition, the CONSULTANT may request the United States enter into such litigation to protect the interests of the United States. Agreement Number: 17- WSDOT Form 140 -089 EF Exhibit F Page 1 of 1 Revised 10/30/2014 Exhibit G Certification Documents Exhibit G -1(a) Certification of Consultant Exhibit G -1(b) Certification of City of Federal Way Exhibit G -2 Certification Regarding Debarment, Suspension and Other Responsibility Matters - Primary Covered Transactions Exhibit G -3 Certification Regarding the Restrictions of the Use of Federal Funds for Lobbying Exhibit G -4 Certificate of Current Cost or Pricing Data Agreement Number: ( -7 -- WSDOT Form 140 -089 EF Exhibit G Page 1 of 1 Revised 10/30/2014 Exhibit G -1(a) Certification of Consultant I hereby certify that I am the and duly authorized representative of the firm of Parametrix, Inc. whose address is 719 2nd Avenue, Suite 200, Seattle, WA 98104 and that neither the above firm nor I have: a) Employed or retained for a commission, percentage, brokerage, contingent fee, or other consideration, any firm or person (other than a bona fide employee working solely for me or the above CONSULTANT) to solicit or secure this AGREEMENT; b) Agreed, as an express or implied condition for obtaining this contract, to employ or retain the services of any firm or person in connection with carrying out this AGREEMENT; or c) Paid, or agreed to pay, to any firm, organization or person (other than a bona fide employee working solely for me or the above CONSULTANT) any fee, contribution, donation, or consideration of any kind for, or in connection with, procuring or carrying out this AGREEMENT; except as hereby expressly stated (if any); I acknowledge that this certificate is to be furnished to the City of Federal Way and the Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation in connection with this AGREEMENT involving participation of Federal -aid highway funds, and is subject to applicable State and Federal laws, both criminal and civil. Parametrix, Inc. Consultant (Firm Name) Sig a (Authorized Official of Consultant) Date Jeff Peacock Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Agreement Number: 17- 164 WSDOT Form 140 -089 EF Exhibit G Page 1 of 1 Revised 10/30/2014 Exhibit G -1(b) Certification of Agency I hereby certify that I am the: Mayor, Jim Ferrell ❑ Other of the City of Federal Way and or its representative has not been required, directly or indirectly as an express or implied condition in connection with obtaining or carrying out this AGREEMENT to: a) Employ or retain, or agree to employ to retain, any firm or person; or b) Pay, or agree to pay, to any firm, person, or organization, any fee, contribution, donation, or consideration of any kind; except as hereby expressly stated (if any): I acknowledge that this certificate is to be furnished to the and the Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation, in connection with this AGREEMENT involving participation of Federal -aid highway funds, and is subject to applicable State and Federal laws, both criminal and civil. Date 7/3//--7 Agreement Number: 17-1.54. WSDOT Form 140 -089 EF Exhibit G Page 1 of 1 Revised 10/30/2014 Exhibit G -2 Certification Regarding Debarment, Suspension and Other Responsibility Matters - Primary Covered Transactions I. The prospective primary participant certifies to the best of its knowledge and belief, that it and its principals: A. Are not presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, declared ineligible, or voluntarily excluded from covered transactions by any Federal department or agency; B. Have not within a three (3) year period preceding this proposal been convicted of or had a civil judgment rendered against them for commission of fraud or a criminal offense in connection with obtaining, attempting to obtain, or performing a public (Federal, State, or local) transaction or contract under a public transaction; violation of Federal or State anti -trust statues or commission of embezzlement, theft, forgery, bribery, falsification or destruction of records, making false statements, or receiving stolen property; C. Are not presently indicted for or otherwise criminally or civilly charged by a governmental entity (Federal, State, or local) with commission of any of the offenses enumerated in paragraph (1)(b) of this certification; and D. Have not within a three (3) year period preceding this application / proposal had one or more public transactions (Federal, State and local) terminated for cause or default. II. Where the prospective primary participant is unable to certify to any of the statements in this certification, such prospective participant shall attach an explanation to this proposal. Parametrix, Inc. Consultant (Firm Name) Sig orized Official of Consultant) Jeff Peacock Chief Executive Officer (CEO) lsfr7 Date Agreement Number: 17-1 f WSDOT Form 140 -089 EF Exhibit G Revised 10/30/2014 Page 1 of 1 Exhibit G -3 Certification Regarding the Restrictions of the Use of Federal Funds for Lobbying The prospective participant certifies, by signing and submitting this bid or proposal, to the best of his or her knowledge and belief, that: 1. No Federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid, by or on behalf of the undersigned, to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any Federal agency, a Member of Congress, a officer or employee of Congress, or any employee of a Member of Congress in connection with the awarding of any Federal contract, the making of any Federal grant, the making of any Federal loan, the entering into of any cooperative AGREEMENT, and the extension, continuation, renewal, amendment, or modification of Federal contract, grant, loan or cooperative AGREEMENT. 2. If any funds other than Federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any Federal agency, a Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of Congress in connection with this Federal contract, grant, loan or cooperative AGREEMENT, the undersigned shall complete and submit Standard Form - LLL, "Disclosure Form to Report Lobbying," in accordance with its instructions. This certification is a material representation of fact upon which reliance was placed when this transaction was made or entered into. Submission of this certification is a prerequisite for making or entering into this transaction imposed by Section 1352, Title 31, U.S. Code. Any person who fails to file the required certification shall be subject to a civil penalty of not less than $10,000.00, and not more than $100,000.00, for each such failure. The prospective participant also agrees by submitting his or her bid or proposal that he or she shall require that the language of this certification be included in all lower tier sub - contracts, which exceed $100,000, and that all such sub - recipients shall certify and disclose accordingly. Parametrix, Inc. Consultant (Firm Name) Signatu u fit' ed Official of Consultant) Date Jeff Peacock Chief Executive Officer (CEO) efts- (( 7 Agreement Number: l —I WSDOT Form 140 -089 EF Exhibit G Revised 10/30/2014 Page 1 of 1 Exhibit G -4 Certificate of Current Cost or Pricing Data This is to certify that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the cost or pricing data (as defined in section 2.101 of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and required under FAR subsection 15.403 -4) submitted, either actually or by specific identification in writing, to the Contracting Officer or to the Contracting Officer's representative in support of City Center Access Project * are accurate, complete, and current as of July 20, 2017 This certification includes the cost or pricing data supporting any advance AGREEMENT's and forward pricing rate AGREEMENT's between the offer or and the Government that are part of the proposal. ** Firm: Parametrix, Inc. Signature Date of Execution * * *: Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Title *Identify the proposal, quotation, request for pricing adjustment, or other submission involved, giving the appropriate identifying number (e.g. project title.) * *Insert the day, month, and year, when price negotiations were concluded and price AGREEMENT was reached. ** *Insert the day, month, and year, of signing, which should be as close as practicable to the date when the price negotiations were concluded and the contract price was agreed to. Agreement Number: 17- 1 Form 140 -089 EF Exhibit G Page 1 of 1 Revised 10/30/2014 limit of thc CONSULTANT to the AGENCY idcn i fied in Section -MII, Legal Relations The CONSULTANT shall providc Professional Liability insurancc amount of $ Such insurancc coverage shall be evidenced by one of the following mcthods: • Sclf insurancc through an irrcvocablc Lcttcr of Crcdi -from a qualified financial institution. from the fund, a copy of thosc funds. $1 million per occurrence or thc value of the contract, whichever is greater, thcn justification shall be submitted If FHWA approval is obtaincd, thc AGENCY mey, at its -own eest, reimburse thc CONSULTANT for the additional • Include all costs, fcc increase, premiums. • This cost shall not be billed against an FHWA fundcd project. • For final contract3, include this exhibit. NOT APPLICABLE. Agreement Number: 17- I S+ WSDOT Form 140 -089 EF Exhibit H Page 1 of 1 Revised 10/30/2014 Exhibit I Alleged Consultant Design Error Procedures The purpose of this exhibit is to establish a procedure to determine if a consultant's alleged design error is of a nature that exceeds the accepted standard of care. In addition, it will establish a uniform method for the resolution and /or cost recovery procedures in those instances where the agency believes it has suffered some material damage due to the alleged error by the consultant. Step 1 Potential Consultant Design Error(s) is Identified by Agency's Project Manager At the first indication of potential consultant design error(s), the first step in the process is for the Agency's project manager to notify the Director of Public Works or Agency Engineer regarding the potential design error(s). For federally funded projects, the Region Local Programs Engineer should be informed and involved in these procedures. (Note: The Director of Public Works or Agency Engineer may appoint an agency staff person other than the project manager, who has not been as directly involved in the project, to be responsible for the remaining steps in these procedures.) Step 2 Project Manager Documents the Alleged Consultant Design Error(s) After discussion of the alleged design error(s) and the magnitude of the alleged error(s), and with the Director of Public Works or Agency Engineer's concurrence, the project manager obtains more detailed documentation than is normally required on the project. Examples include: all decisions and descriptions of work; photographs, records of labor, materials and equipment. Step 3 Contact the Consultant Regarding the Alleged Design Error(s) If it is determined that there is a need to proceed further, the next step in the process is for the project manager to contact the consultant regarding the alleged design error(s) and the magnitude of the alleged error(s). The project manager and other appropriate agency staff should represent the agency and the consultant should be represented by their project manger and any personnel (including sub - consultants) deemed appropriate for the alleged design error(s) issue. Step 4 Attempt to Resolve Alleged Design Error with Consultant After the meeting(s) with the consultant have been completed regarding the consultant's alleged design error(s), there are three possible scenarios: • It is determined via mutual agreement that there is not a consultant design error(s). If this is the case, then the process will not proceed beyond this point. • It is determined via mutual agreement that a consultant design error(s) occurred. If this is the case, then the Director of Public Works or Agency Engineer, or their representatives, negotiate a settlement with the consultant. The settlement would be paid to the agency or the amount would be reduced from the consultant's agreement with the agency for the services on the project in which the design error took place. The agency is to provide LP, through the Region Local Programs Engineer, a summary of the settlement for review and to make adjustments, if any, as to how the settlement affects federal reimbursements. No further action is required. • There is not a mutual agreement regarding the alleged consultant design error(s). The consultant may request that the alleged design error(s) issue be forwarded to the Director of Public Works or Agency Engineer for review. If the Director of Public Works or Agency Engineer, after review with their legal counsel, is not able to reach mutual agreement with the consultant, proceed to Step 5. Agreement Number: 17- WSDOT Form 140 -089 EF Exhibit 1 Page 1 of 2 Revised 10/30/2014 Step 5 Forward Documents to Local Programs For federally funded projects all available information, including costs, should be forwarded through the Region Local Programs Engineer to LP for their review and consultation with the FHWA. LP will meet with representatives of the agency and the consultant to review the alleged design error(s), and attempt to find a resolution to the issue. If necessary, LP will request assistance from the Attorney General's Office for legal interpretation. LP will also identify how the alleged error(s) affects eligibility of project costs for federal reimbursement. • If mutual agreement is reached, the agency and consultant adjust the scope of work and costs to reflect the agreed upon resolution. LP, in consultation with FHWA, will identify the amount of federal participation in the agreed upon resolution of the issue. • If mutual agreement is not reached, the agency and consultant may seek settlement by arbitration or by litigation. Agreement Number: 17- WSDOT Form 140 -089 EF Exhibit 1 Page 2 of 2 Revised 10/30/2014 Exhibit J Consultant Claim Procedures The purpose of this exhibit is to describe a procedure regarding claim(s) on a consultant agreement. The following procedures should only be utilized on consultant claims greater than $1,000. If the consultant's claim(s) are a total of $1,000 or less, it would not be cost effective to proceed through the outlined steps. It is suggested that the Director of Public Works or Agency Engineer negotiate a fair and reasonable price for the consultant's claim(s) that total $1,000 or less. This exhibit will outline the procedures to be followed by the consultant and the agency to consider a potential claim by the consultant. Step 1 Consultant Files a Claim with the Agency Project Manager If the consultant determines that they were requested to perform additional services that were outside of the agreement's scope of work, they may be entitled to a claim. The first step that must be completed is the request for consideration of the claim to the Agency's project manager. The consultant's claim must outline the following: • Summation of hours by classification for each firm that is included in the claim; • Any correspondence that directed the consultant to perform the additional work; • Timeframe of the additional work that was outside of the project scope; • Summary of direct labor dollars, overhead costs, profit and reimbursable costs associated with the additional work; and • Explanation as to why the consultant believes the additional work was outside of the agreement scope of work. Step 2 Review by Agency Personnel Regarding the Consultant's Claim for Additional Compensation After the consultant has completed step 1, the next step in the process is to forward the request to the Agency's project manager. The project manager will review the consultant's claim and will met with the Director of Public Works or Agency Engineer to determine if the Agency agrees with the claim. If the FHWA is participating in the project's funding, forward a copy of the consultant's claim and the Agency's recommendation for federal participation in the claim to the WSDOT Local Programs through the Region Local Programs Engineer. If the claim is not eligible for federal participation, payment will need to be from agency funds. If the Agency project manager, Director of Public Works or Agency Engineer, WSDOT Local Programs (if applicable), and FHWA (if applicable) agree with the consultant's claim, send a request memo, including backup documentation to the consultant to either supplement the agreement, or create a new agreement for the claim. After the request has been approved, the Agency shall write the supplement and /or new agreement and pay the consultant the amount of the claim. Inform the consultant that the final payment for the agreement is subject to audit. No further action in needed regarding the claim procedures. If the Agency does not agree with the consultant's claim, proceed to step 3 of the procedures. Agreement Number: 17- l sq' WSDOT Form 140 -089 EF Exhibit J Page 1 of 2 Revised 10/30/2014 Step 3 Preparation of Support Documentation Regarding Consultant's Claim(s) If the Agency does not agree with the consultant's claim, the project manager shall prepare a summary for the Director of Public Works or Agency Engineer that included the following: • Copy of information supplied by the consultant regarding the claim; • Agency's summation of hours by classification for each firm that should be included in the claim; • Any correspondence that directed the consultant to perform the additional work; • Agency's summary of direct labor dollars, overhead costs, profit and reimbursable costs associated with the additional work; • Explanation regarding those areas in which the Agency does /does not agree with the consultant's claim(s); • Explanation to describe what has been instituted to preclude future consultant claim(s); and • Recommendations to resolve the claim. Step 4 Director of Public Works or Agency Engineer Reviews Consultant Claim and Agency Documentation The Director of Pubic Works or Agency Engineer shall review and administratively approve or disapprove the claim, or portions thereof, which may include getting Agency Council or Commission approval (as appropriate to agency dispute resolution procedures). If the project involves federal participation, obtain concurrence from WSDOT Local Programs and FHWA regarding final settlement of the claim. If the claim is not eligible for federal participation, payment will need to be from agency funds. Step 5 Informing Consultant of Decision Regarding the Claim The Director of Public Works or Agency Engineer shall notify (in writing) the consultant of their final decision regarding the consultant's claim(s). Include the final dollar amount of the accepted claim(s) and rationale utilized for the decision. Step 6 Preparation of Supplement or New Agreement for the Consultant's Claim(s) The agency shall write the supplement and /or new agreement and pay the consultant the amount of the claim. Inform the consultant that the final payment for the agreement is subject to audit. Agreement Number: 17- I WSDOT Form 140 -089 EF Exhibit J Page 2 of 2 Revised 10/30/2014