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Dudek - FY2022-011 CONTRACT SERVICES AGREEMENT By and Between CITY OF RANCHO PALOS VERDES and DUDEK 1 AGREEMENT FOR CONTRACT SERVICES BETWEEN THE CITY OF RANCHO PALOS VERDES AND DUDEK THIS AGREEMENT FOR CONTRACT SERVICES (herein Agreement ) is made and entered into on September 21, 2021, by and between the CITY OF RANCHO PALOS VERDES, a California municipal corporation ( City' ) and DUDEK, a California corporation ( Consultant') City and Consultant may be referred to, individually or collectively, as `Party" or Parties " RECITALS A City has sought, by issuance of a Request for Proposals, the performance of the services defined and descnbed particularly in Article 1 of this Agreement B Consultant, following submission of a proposal for the performance of the services defined and described particularly in Article 1 of this Agreement, was selected by the City to perform those services C Pursuant to the City of Rancho Palos Verdes Municipal Code, City has authonty to enter into and execute this Agreement D The Parties desire to formalize the selection of Consultant for performance of those services defined and described particularly in Article 1 of this Agreement and desire that the terms of that performance be as particularly defined and described herein OPERATIVE PROVISIONS NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises and covenants made by the Parties and contained herein and other consideration, the value and adequacy of which are hereby acknowledged, the parties agree as follows ARTICLE 1. SERVICES OF CONSULTANT 1.1 Scope of Services. In compliance with all terms and conditions of this Agreement, the Consultant shall provide those services specified in the `Scope of Services , as stated in the Proposal, attached hereto as Exhibit 'A" and incorporated herein by this reference, which may be referred to herein as the services' or work hereunder As a material inducement to the City entering into this Agreement, Consultant represents and warrants that it has the qualifications, experience, and facilities necessary to properly perform the services required under this Agreement in a thorough, competent, and professional manner, and is experienced in performing the work and services contemplated herein Consultant shall at all times faithfully, competently and to the best of its ability, experience and talent, perform all services descnbed herein Consultant covenants that it shall follow the highest professional standards in performing the work and services required hereunder and that all matenals will be both of good quality as well as fit for the purpose 01203 0005/738710 1 YVARGAS ALWY intended For purposes of this Agreement, the phrase highest professional standards' shall mean those standards of practice recognized by one or more first-class firms performing similar work under similar circumstances 1.2 Consultant's Proposal. The Scope of Service shall include the Consultant s Proposal which shall be incorporated herein by this reference as though fully set forth herein In the event of any inconsistency between the terms of such Proposal and this Agreement, the terms of this Agreement shall govern 1.3 Compliance with Law. Consultant shall keep itself informed concerning, and shall render all services hereunder in accordance with, all ordinances, resolutions, statutes, rules, and regulations of the City and any Federal, State or local governmental entity having junsdiction in effect at the time service is rendered 1.4 California Labor Law. If the Scope of Services includes any `public work' or maintenance work," as those terms are defined in California Labor Code section 1720 et seq and California Code of Regulations, Title 8, Section 16000 et seq , and if the total compensation is $1,000 or more, Consultant shall pay prevailing wages for such work and comply with the requirements in California Labor Code section 1770 et seq and 1810 et seq , and all other applicable laws, including the following requirements (a) Public Work The Parties acknowledge that some or all of the work to be performed under this Agreement is a public work" as defined in Labor Code Section 1720 and that this Agreement is therefore subject to the requirements of Division 2, Part 7, Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 1720) of the California Labor Code relating to public works contracts and the rules and regulations established by the Department of Industnal Relations ( `DIR ) implementing such statutes The work performed under this Agreement is subject to compliance monitonng and enforcement by the DIR Consultant shall post job site notices, as prescnbed by regulation (b) Prevailing Wages Consultant shall pay prevailing wages to the extent required by Labor Code Section 1771 Pursuant to Labor Code Section 1773 2, copies of the prevailing rate of per diem wages are on file at City Hall and will be made available to any interested party on request By initiating any work under this Agreement, Consultant acknowledges receipt of a copy of the Department of Industnal Relations (DIR) determination of the prevailing rate of per diem wages, and Consultant shall post a copy of the same at each job site where work is performed under this Agreement (c) Penalty for Failure to Pay Prevailing Wages Consultant shall comply with and be bound by the provisions of Labor Code Sections 1774 and 1775 concerning the payment of prevailing rates of wages to workers and the penalties for failure to pay prevailing wages The 2 Consultant shall, as a penalty to the City, forfeit $200 (two hundred dollars) for each calendar day, or portion thereof, for each worker paid less than the prevailing rates as determined by the DIR for the work or craft in which the worker is employed for any public work done pursuant to this Agreement by Consultant or by any subcontractor (d) Payroll Records Consultant shall comply with and be bound by the provisions of Labor Code Section 1776, which requires Consultant and each subconsultant to keep accurate payroll records and verify such records in writing under penalty of perjury, as specified in Section 1776, certify and make such payroll records available for inspection as provided by Section 1776, and inform the City of the location of the records (e) Apprentices Consultant shall comply with and be bound by the provisions of Labor Code Sections 1777 5, 1777 6, and 1777 7 and California Code of Regulations Title 8, Section 200 et seq concerning the employment of apprentices on public works projects Consultant shall be responsible for compliance with these aforementioned Sections for all apprenticeable occupations Prior to commencing work under this Agreement, Consultant shall provide City with a copy of the information submitted to any applicable apprenticeship program Within 60 (sixty) days after concluding work pursuant to this Agreement, Consultant and each of its subconsultants shall submit to the City a verified statement of the journeyman and apprentice hours performed under this Agreement (f) Eight-Hour Work Day Consultant acknowledges that 8 (eight) hours labor constitutes a legal day's work Consultant shall comply with and be bound by Labor Code Section 1810 (g) Penalties for Excess Hours Consultant shall comply with and be bound by the provisions of Labor Code Section 1813 concerning penalties for workers who work excess hours The Consultant shall, as a penalty to the City, forfeit $25 (twenty five dollars) for each worker employed in the performance of this Agreement by the Consultant or by any subcontractor for each calendar day during which such worker is required or permitted to work more than 8 (eight) hours in any one calendar day and 40 (forty) hours in any one calendar week in violation of the provisions of Division 2, Part 7, Chapter 1, Article 3 of the Labor Code Pursuant to Labor Code section 1815, work performed by employees of Consultant in excess of 8 (eight) hours per day, and 40 (forty) hours during any one week shall be permitted upon public work upon compensation for all hours worked in excess of 8 hours per day at not less than 11/2 (one and one half) times the basic rate of pay (h) Workers Compensation California Labor Code Sections 1860 and 3700 provide that every employer will be required to secure the payment of compensation to its employees if it has employees In accordance with the provisions of California Labor Code Section 1861, Consultant certifies as follows I am aware of the provisions of Section 3700 of the Labor Code which require every employer to be insured against liability for workers' compensation or to undertake self-insurance in accordance with the provisions of that code, and I will comply with such provisions before commencing the performance of the work of this contract ' 3 Consultant s Authorized Initials ail (i) Consultant s Responsibility for ubcontractors For every subcontractor who will perform work under this Agreement, Consultant shall be responsible for such subcontractor's compliance with Division 2, Part 7, Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 1720) of the California Labor Code, and shall make such compliance a requirement in any contract with any subcontractor for work under this Agreement Consultant shall be required to take all actions necessary to enforce such contractual provisions and ensure subcontractor's compliance, including without limitation, conducting a review of the certified payroll records of the subcontractor on a penodic basis or upon becoming aware of the failure of the subcontractor to pay his or her workers the specified prevailing rate of wages Consultant shall diligently take corrective action to halt or rectify any such failure by any subcontractor 1.5 Licenses, Permits, Fees and Assessments. Consultant shall obtain at its sole cost and expense such licenses, permits and approvals as may be required by law for the performance of the services required by this Agreement Consultant shall have the sole obligation to pay for any fees, assessments and taxes, plus applicable penalties and interest, which may be imposed by law and anse from or are necessary for the Consultant's performance of the services required by this Agreement, and shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless City, its officers, employees or agents of City, against any such fees, assessments, taxes, penalties or interest levied, assessed or imposed against City hereunder 1.6 Familiarity with Work. By executing this Agreement, Consultant warrants that Consultant (i) has thoroughly investigated and considered the scope of services to be performed, (u) has carefully considered how the services should be performed, and (iii) fully understands the facilities, difficulties and restnctions attending performance of the services under this Agreement If the services involve work upon any site, Consultant warrants that Consultant has or will investigate the site and is or will be fully acquainted with the conditions there existing, prior to commencement of services hereunder Should the Consultant discover any latent or unknown conditions, which will materially affect the performance of the services hereunder, Consultant shall immediately inform the City of such fact and shall not proceed except at Consultant s risk until written instructions are received from the Contract Officer in the form of a Change Order 1.7 Care of Work The Consultant shall adopt reasonable methods dunng the life of the Agreement to furnish continuous protection to the work, and the equipment, matenals, papers, documents, plans, studies and/or other components thereof to prevent losses or damages, and shall be responsible for all such damages, to persons or property, until acceptance of the work by City, except such losses or damages as may be caused by City s own negligence 4 1.8 Further Responsibilities of Parties. Both parties agree to use reasonable care and diligence to perform their respective obligations under this Agreement Both parties agree to act in good faith to execute all instruments, prepare all documents and take all actions as may be reasonably necessary to carry out the purposes of this Agreement Unless hereafter specified, neither party shall be responsible for the service of the other 1.9 Additional Services City shall have the right at any time during the performance of the services, without invalidating this Agreement, to order extra work beyond that specified in the Scope of Services or make changes by altering, adding to or deducting from said work No such extra work may be undertaken unless a written Change Order is first given by the Contract Officer to the Consultant, incorporating therein any adjustment in (i) the Contract Sum for the actual costs of the extra work, and/or (ii) the time to perform this Agreement, which said adjustments are subject to the written approval of the Consultant Any increase in compensation of up to 15% of the Contract Sum, or, in the time to perform of up to 90 (ninety) days, may be approved by the Contract Officer through a written Change Order Any greater increases, taken either separately or cumulatively, must be approved by the City Council It is expressly understood by Consultant that the provisions of this Section shall not apply to services specifically set forth in the Scope of Services Consultant hereby acknowledges that it accepts the risk that the services to be provided pursuant to the Scope of Services may be more costly or time consuming than Consultant anticipates and that Consultant shall not be entitled to additional compensation therefor City may in its sole and absolute discretion have similar work done by other Consultants No claims for an increase in the Contract Sum or time for performance shall be valid unless the procedures established in this Section are followed If in the performance of the contract scope, the Consultant becomes aware of material defects in the scope, duration or span of the contract or the Consultant becomes aware of extenuating circumstance that will or could prevent the completion of the contract, on time or on budget, the Consultant shall inform the Contracting Officer of an anticipated Change Order This proposed change order will stipulate, the facts surrounding the issue, proposed solutions, proposed costs and proposed schedule impacts 1.10 Special Requirements. Additional terms and conditions of this Agreement, if any, which are made a part hereof are set forth in the Special Requirements attached hereto as Exhibit B and incorporated herein by this reference In the event of a conflict between the provisions of Exhibit B and any other provisions of this Agreement, the provisions of Exhibit 'B shall govern 5 ARTICLE 2. COMPENSATION AND METHOD OF PAYMENT. 2 1 Contract Sum Subject to any limitations set forth in this Agreement, City agrees to pay Consultant the amounts specified in the Schedule of Compensation' attached hereto as Exhibit C' and incorporated herein by this reference The total compensation, including reimbursement for actual expenses, shall not exceed $309,990 (Three Hundred Nine Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety Dollars) (the `Contract Sum' ), unless additional compensation is approved pursuant to Section 1 9 2 2 Method of Compensation. The method of compensation may include (i) a lump sum payment upon completion, (ii) payment in accordance with specified tasks or the percentage of completion of the services, (iii) payment for time and materials based upon the Consultant's rates as specified in the Schedule of Compensation, provided that (a) time estimates are provided for the performance of sub tasks, and (b) the Contract Sum is not exceeded, or (iv) such other methods as may be specified in the Schedule of Compensation 2.3 Reimbursable Expenses. Compensation may include reimbursement for actual and necessary expenditures for reproduction costs, telephone expenses, and travel expenses approved by the Contract Officer in advance, or actual subcontractor expenses of an approved subcontractor pursuant to Section 4 5, and only if specified in the Schedule of Compensation The Contract Sum shall include the attendance of Consultant at all project meetings reasonably deemed necessary by the City Coordination of the performance of the work with City is a critical component of the services If Consultant is required to attend additional meetings to facilitate such coordination, Consultant shall not be entitled to any additional compensation for attending said meetings 2.4 Invoices. Each month Consultant shall furnish to City an original invoice, using the City template, or in a format acceptable to the City, for all work performed and expenses incurred during the preceding month in a form approved by City s Director of Finance By submitting an invoice for payment under this Agreement, Consultant is certifying compliance with all provisions of the Agreement The invoice shall detail charges for all necessary and actual expenses by the following categories labor (by sub-category), travel, materials, equipment, supplies, and sub- contractor contracts Sub-contractor charges shall also be detailed by such categories Consultant shall not invoice City for any duplicate services performed by more than one person City shall independently review each invoice submitted by the Consultant to determine whether the work performed and expenses incurred are in compliance with the provisions of this Agreement Except as to any charges for work performed or expenses incurred by Consultant which are disputed by City, or as provided in Section 7 3, City will use its best efforts to cause Consultant to be paid within 45 (forty-five) days of receipt of Consultant s correct and 6 undisputed invoice, however, Consultant acknowledges and agrees that due to City warrant run procedures, the City cannot guarantee that payment will occur within this time period In the event any charges or expenses are disputed by City, the original invoice shall be returned by City to Consultant for correction and resubmission Review and payment by City for any invoice provided by the Consultant shall not constitute a waiver of any rights or remedies provided herein or any applicable law 2.5 Waiver. Payment to Consultant for work performed pursuant to this Agreement shall not be deemed to waive any defects in work performed by Consultant ARTICLE 3. PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE 3.1 Time of Essence. Time is of the essence in the performance of this Agreement 3.2 Schedule of Performance. Consultant shall commence the services pursuant to this Agreement upon receipt of a written notice to proceed and shall perform all services within the time period(s) established in the `Schedule of Performance' attached hereto as Exhibit `D ' and incorporated herein by this reference When requested by the Consultant, extensions to the time penod(s) specified in the Schedule of Performance may be approved in writing by the Contract Officer through a Change Order, but not exceeding 90 (ninety) days cumulatively 3.3 Force Majeure. The time penod(s) specified in the Schedule of Performance for performance of the services rendered pursuant to this Agreement shall be extended because of any delays due to unforeseeable causes beyond the control and without the fault or negligence of the Consultant, including, but not restricted to, acts of God or of the public enemy, unusually severe weather, fires, earthquakes, floods, epidemics, quarantine restrictions, riots, strikes, freight embargoes, wars, litigation, and/or acts of any governmental agency, including the City, if the Consultant shall within 10 (ten) days of the commencement of such delay notify the Contract Officer in writing of the causes of the delay The Contract Officer shall ascertain the facts and the extent of delay, and extend the time for performing the services for the period of the enforced delay when and if in the judgment of the Contract Officer such delay is justified The Contract Officer s determination shall be final and conclusive upon the parties to this Agreement In no event shall Consultant be entitled to recover damages against the City for any delay in the performance of this Agreement, however caused, Consultant s sole remedy being extension of the Agreement pursuant to this Section 7 3.4 Term Unless earlier terminated in accordance with Article 7 of this Agreement, this Agreement shall continue in full force and effect until completion of the services but not exceeding two (2) years from the date hereof, except as otherwise provided in the Schedule of Performance (Exhibit D') The City may, in its discretion, extend the Term by one additional one-year term ARTICLE 4. COORDINATION OF WORK 4.1 Representatives and Personnel of Consultant. The following principals of Consultant ( Principals') are hereby designated as being the principals and representatives of Consultant authorized to act in its behalf with respect to the work specified herein and make all decisions in connection therewith Gaurav Sirvastava Project Manager/Planning Lead (Name) (Title) Nicole Cobleigh CEQA Specialist/PEIR Lead (Name) (Title) It is expressly understood that the experience, knowledge, capability and reputation of the foregoing principals were a substantial inducement for City to enter into this Agreement Therefore, the foregoing principals shall be responsible during the term of this Agreement for directing all activities of Consultant and devoting sufficient time to personally supervise the services hereunder All personnel of Consultant, and any authorized agents, shall at all times be under the exclusive direction and control of the Principals For purposes of this Agreement, the foregoing Principals may not be replaced nor may their responsibilities be substantially reduced by Consultant without the express written approval of City Additionally, Consultant shall utilize only the personnel included in the Proposal to perform services pursuant to this Agreement Consultant shall make every reasonable effort to maintain the stability and continuity of Consultant's staff and subcontractors, if any, assigned to perform the services required under this Agreement Consultant shall notify City of any changes in Consultant's staff and subcontractors, if any, assigned to perform the services required under this Agreement, prior to and during any such performance City shall have the right to approve or reject any proposed replacement personnel, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld 4.2 Status of Consultant. Consultant shall have no authority to bind City in any manner, or to incur any obligation, debt or liability of any kind on behalf of or against City, whether by contract or otherwise, unless such authority is expressly conferred under this Agreement or is otherwise expressly conferred in writing by City Consultant shall not at any time or in any manner represent that Consultant or any of Consultant s officers, employees, or agents are in any manner officials, officers, employees or agents of City Neither Consultant, nor any of Consultant s officers, employees or 8 agents, shall obtain any nghts to retirement, health care or any other benefits which may otherwise accrue to City s employees Consultant expressly waives any claim Consultant may have to any such rights 4.3 Contract Officer. The Contract Officer shall be Ken Ruvakina, Director of Community Development, or such person the Director may designate It shall be the Consultant s responsibility to assure that the Contract Officer is kept informed of the progress of the performance of the services and the Consultant shall refer any decisions which must be made by City to the Contract Officer Unless otherwise specified herein, any approval of City required hereunder shall mean the approval of the Contract Officer The Contract Officer shall have authority, if specified in writing by the City Manager, to sign all documents on behalf of the City required hereunder to carry out the terms of this Agreement 4.4 Independent Consultant. Neither the City nor any of its employees shall have any control over the manner, mode or means by which Consultant, its agents or employees, perform the services required herein, except as otherwise set forth herein City shall have no voice in the selection, discharge, supervision or control of Consultant s employees, servants, representatives or agents, or in fixing their number, compensation or hours of service Consultant shall perform all services required herein as an independent contractor of City and shall remain at all times as to City a wholly independent contractor with only such obligations as are consistent with that role Consultant shall not at any time or in any manner represent that it or any of its agents or employees are agents or employees of City City shall not in any way or for any purpose become or be deemed to be a partner of Consultant in its business or otherwise or a Joint venturer or a member of any Joint enterpnse with Consultant 4.5 Prohibition Against Subcontracting or Assignment. The experience, knowledge, capability and reputation of Consultant, its principals and employees were a substantial inducement for the City to enter into this Agreement Therefore, Consultant shall not contract with any other entity to perform in whole or in part the services required hereunder without the express written approval of the City, all subcontractors included in the Proposal are deemed approved In addition, neither this Agreement nor any interest herein may be transferred, assigned, conveyed, hypothecated or encumbered voluntarily or by operation of law, whether for the benefit of creditors or otherwise, without the prior written approval of City Transfers restricted hereunder shall include the transfer to any person or group of persons acting in concert of more than 25% (twenty five percent) of the present ownership and/or control of Consultant, taking all transfers into account on a cumulative basis In the event of any such unapproved transfer, including any bankruptcy proceeding, this Agreement shall be void No approved transfer shall release the Consultant or any surety of Consultant of any liability hereunder without the express consent of City 9 ARTICLE 5. INSURANCE AND INDEMNIFICATION 5.1 Insurance Coverages. Without limiting Consultant s indemnification of City, and prior to commencement of any services under this Agreement, Consultant shall obtain, provide and maintain at its own expense dunng the term of this Agreement, policies of insurance of the type and amounts described below and in a form satisfactory to City (a) General liability insurance Consultant shall maintain commercial general liability insurance with coverage at least as broad as Insurance Services Office form CG 00 01, in an amount not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence, $2,000,000 general aggregate, for bodily injury, personal injury, and property damage The policy must include contractual liability that has not been amended Any endorsement restricting standard ISO `insured contract" language will not be accepted (b) Automobile liability insurance Consultant shall maintain automobile insurance at least as broad as Insurance Services Office form CA 00 01 covering bodily injury and property damage for all activities of the Consultant ansing out of or in connection with Services to be performed under this Agreement, including coverage for any owned, hired, non- owned or rented vehicles, in an amount not less than $1,000,000 combined single limit for each accident (c) Professional liability (errors & omissions) insurance Consultant shall maintain professional liability insurance that covers the Services to be performed in connection with this Agreement, in the minimum amount of$1,000,000 per claim and in the aggregate Any policy inception date, continuity date, or retroactive date must be before the effective date of this Agreement and Consultant agrees to maintain continuous coverage through a penod no less than three(3) years after completion of the services required by this Agreement (d) Workers' compensation insurance Consultant shall maintain Workers' Compensation Insurance (Statutory Limits) and Employer's Liability Insurance (with limits of at least $1,000,000) (e) Subcontractors Consultant shall include all subcontractors as insureds under its policies or shall furnish separate certificates and certified endorsements for each subcontractor All coverages for subcontractors shall include all of the requirements stated herein (f) Additional Insurance Policies of such other insurance, as may be required in the Special Requirements in Exhibit `B 5.2 General Insurance Requirements. (a) Proof of insurance Consultant shall provide certificates of insurance to City as evidence of the insurance coverage required herein, along with a waiver of subrogation endorsement for workers compensation Insurance certificates and endorsements must be 10 approved by City s Risk Manager prior to commencement of performance Current certification of insurance shall be kept on file with City at all times dunng the term of this Agreement City reserves the right to require complete, certified copies of all required insurance policies, at any time (b) Duration of coverage Consultant shall procure and maintain for the duration of this Agreement insurance against claims for injuries to persons or damages to property, which may arise from or in connection with the performance of the Services hereunder by Consultant, its agents, representatives, employees or subconsultants (c) Primary/noncontributing Coverage provided by Consultant shall be primary and any insurance or self-insurance procured or maintained by City shall not be required to contribute with it The limits of insurance required herein may be satisfied by a combination of pnmary and umbrella or excess insurance Any umbrella or excess insurance shall contain or be endorsed to contain a provision that such coverage shall also apply on a primary and non- contributory basis for the benefit of City before the City's own insurance or self-insurance shall be called upon to protect it as a named insured (d) City's rights of enforcement In the event any policy of insurance required under this Agreement does not comply with these specifications or is canceled and not replaced, City has the right but not the duty to obtain and continuously maintain the insurance it deems necessary and any premium paid by City will be promptly reimbursed by Consultant or City will withhold amounts sufficient to pay premium from Consultant payments In the alternative, City may cancel this Agreement (e) Acceptable insurers All insurance policies shall be issued by an insurance company currently authorized by the Insurance Commissioner to transact business of insurance or that is on the List of Approved Surplus Line Insurers in the State of California, with an assigned policyholders' Rating of A- (or higher) and Financial Size Category Class VI (or larger) in accordance with the latest edition of Best s Key Rating Guide, unless otherwise approved by the City's Risk Manager (0 Waiver of subrogation All insurance coverage maintained or procured pursuant to this agreement shall be endorsed to waive subrogation against City, its elected or appointed officers, agents, officials, employees and volunteers or shall specifically allow Consultant or others providing insurance evidence in compliance with these specifications to waive their nght of recovery prior to a loss Consultant hereby waives its own right of recovery against City, and shall require similar written express waivers and insurance clauses from each of its subconsultants (g) Enforcement of contract provisions (non-estoppel) Consultant acknowledges and agrees that any actual or alleged failure on the part of the City to inform Consultant of non-compliance with any requirement imposes no additional obligations on the City nor does it waive any rights hereunder (h) Requirements not limiting Requirements of specific coverage features or limits contained in this section are not intended as a limitation on coverage, limits or other 11 requirements, or a waiver of any coverage normally provided by any insurance Specific reference to a given coverage feature is for purposes of clarification only as it pertains to a given issue and is not intended by any party or insured to be all inclusive, or to the exclusion of other coverage, or a waiver of any type If the Consultant maintains higher limits than the minimums shown above, the City requires and shall be entitled to coverage for the higher limits maintained by the Consultant Any available insurance proceeds in excess of the specified minimum limits of insurance and coverage shall be available to the City (i) Notice of cancellation Consultant agrees to oblige its insurance agent or broker and insurers to provide to City with a 30 (thirty) day notice of cancellation (except for nonpayment for which a 10 (ten) day notice is required) or nonrenewal of coverage for each required coverage (1) Additional insured status General liability policies shall provide or be endorsed to provide that City and its officers, officials, employees, and agents, and volunteers shall be additional insureds under such policies This provision shall also apply to any excess/umbrella liability policies (k) Prohibition of undisclosed coverage limitations None of the coverages required herein will be in compliance with these requirements if they include any limiting endorsement of any kind that has not been first submitted to City and approved of in writing (1) Separation of insureds A severability of interests provision must apply for all additional insureds ensuring that Consultant s insurance shall apply separately to each insured against whom claim is made or suit is brought, except with respect to the insurer s limits of liability The policy(ies) shall not contain any cross-liability exclusions (m) Pass through clause Consultant agrees to ensure that its subconsultants, subcontractors, and any other party involved with the project who is brought onto or involved in the project by Consultant, provide the same minimum insurance coverage and endorsements required of Consultant Consultant agrees to monitor and review all such coverage and assumes all responsibility for ensuring that such coverage is provided in conformity with the requirements of this section Consultant agrees that upon request, all agreements with consultants, subcontractors, and others engaged in the project will be submitted to City for review (n) Agency s right to revise specifications The City reserves the right at any time during the term of the contract to change the amounts and types of insurance required by giving the Consultant 90 (ninety) days advance written notice of such change If such change results in substantial additional cost to the Consultant, the City and Consultant may renegotiate Consultant's compensation (o) Self-insured retentions Any self-insured retentions must be declared to and approved by City City reserves the right to require that self-insured retentions be eliminated, lowered, or replaced by a deductible Self-insurance will not be considered to comply with these specifications unless approved by City 12 (p) Timely notice of claims Consultant shall give City prompt and timely notice of claims made or suits instituted that arise out of or result from Consultant s performance under this Agreement, and that involve or may involve coverage under any of the required liability policies (q) Additional insurance Consultant shall also procure and maintain, at its own cost and expense, any additional kinds of insurance, which in its own judgment may be necessary for its proper protection and prosecution of the work 5 3 Indemnification. To the full extent permitted by law, Consultant agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless the City, its officers, employees and agents (- Indemnified Parties") against, and will hold and save them and each of them harmless from, any and all actions, either judicial, administrative, arbitration or regulatory claims, damages to persons or property, losses, costs, penalties, obligations, errors, omissions or liabilities whether actual or threatened (herein `claims or liabilities') that may be asserted or claimed by any person, firm or entity arising out of or in connection with the negligent performance of the work, operations or activities provided herein of Consultant, its officers, employees, agents, subcontractors, or invitees, or any individual or entity for which Consultant is legally liable ( indemnitors'), or arising from Consultant's or indemnitors' reckless or willful misconduct, or arising from Consultant's or indemnitors' negligent performance of or failure to perform any term, provision, covenant or condition of this Agreement, and in connection therewith (a) Consultant will defend any action or actions filed in connection with any of said claims or liabilities and will pay all costs and expenses, including legal costs and attorneys' fees incurred in connection therewith, (b) Consultant will promptly pay any judgment rendered against the City, its officers, agents or employees for any such claims or liabilities arising out of or in connection with the negligent performance of or failure to perform such work, operations or activities of Consultant hereunder, and Consultant agrees to save and hold the City, its officers, agents, and employees harmless therefrom, (c) In the event the City, its officers, agents or employees is made a party to any action or proceeding filed or prosecuted against Consultant for such damages or other claims arising out of or in connection with the negligent performance of or failure to perform the work, operation or activities of Consultant hereunder, Consultant agrees to pay to the City, its officers, agents or employees, any and all costs and expenses incurred by the City, its officers, agents or employees in such action or proceeding, including but not limited to, legal costs and attorneys fees (d) Consultant shall incorporate similar indemnity agreements with its subcontractors and if it fails to do so Consultant shall be fully responsible to indemnify City hereunder therefore, and failure of City to monitor compliance with these provisions shall not be a waiver hereof This indemnification includes claims or liabilities arising from any negligent or wrongful act, error or omission, or reckless or willful misconduct of Consultant in the 13 performance of professional services hereunder The provisions of this Section do not apply to claims or liabilities occurring as a result of City s sole negligence or willful acts or omissions, but, to the fullest extent permitted by law, shall apply to claims and liabilities resulting in part from City s negligence, except that design professionals indemnity hereunder shall be limited to claims and liabilities arising out of the negligence, recklessness or willful misconduct of the design professional The indemnity obligation shall be binding on successors and assigns of Consultant and shall survive termination of this Agreement ARTICLE 6. RECORDS, REPORTS, AND RELEASE OF INFORMATION 6.1 Records. Consultant shall keep, and require subcontractors to keep, such ledgers, books of accounts, invoices, vouchers, canceled checks, reports, studies or other documents relating to the disbursements charged to City and services performed hereunder (the `books and records"), as shall be necessary to perform the services required by this Agreement and enable the Contract Officer to evaluate the performance of such services Any and all such documents shall be maintained in accordance with generally accepted accounting pnnciples and shall be complete and detailed The Contract Officer shall have full and free access to such books and records at all times dunng normal business hours of City, including the right to inspect, copy, audit and make records and transcnpts from such records Such records shall be maintained for a period of three (3) years following completion of the services hereunder, and the City shall have access to such records in the event any audit is required In the event of dissolution of Consultant s business, custody of the books and records may be given to City, and access shall be provided by Consultant's successor in interest Notwithstanding the above, the Consultant shall fully cooperate with the City in providing access to the books and records if a public records request is made and disclosure is required by law including but not limited to the California Public Records Act 6.2 Reports Consultant shall periodically prepare and submit to the Contract Officer such reports concerning the performance of the services required by this Agreement as the Contract Officer shall require Consultant hereby acknowledges that the City is greatly concerned about the cost of work and services to be performed pursuant to this Agreement For this reason, Consultant agrees that if Consultant becomes aware of any facts, circumstances, techniques, or events that may or will materially increase or decrease the cost of the work or services contemplated herein or, if Consultant is providing design services, the cost of the project being designed, Consultant shall promptly notify the Contract Officer of said fact, circumstance, technique or event and the estimated increased or decreased cost related thereto and, if Consultant is providing design services, the estimated increased or decreased cost estimate for the project being designed 6.3 Ownership of Documents All drawings, specifications, maps, designs, photographs, studies, surveys, data, notes, computer files, reports, records, documents and other materials (the documents and materials ) prepared by Consultant, its employees, subcontractors and agents in the performance of this 14 Agreement shall be the property of City and shall be delivered to City upon request of the Contract Officer or upon the termination of this Agreement, and Consultant shall have no claim for further employment or additional compensation as a result of the exercise by City of its full rights of ownership use, reuse, or assignment of the documents and materials hereunder Any use, reuse or assignment of such completed documents for other projects and/or use of uncompleted documents without specific written authorization by the Consultant will be at the City's sole risk and without liability to Consultant, and Consultant's guarantee and warranties shall not extend to such use, reuse or assignment Consultant may retain copies of such documents for its own use Consultant shall have the right to use the concepts embodied therein All subcontractors shall provide for assignment to City of any documents or materials prepared by them, and in the event Consultant fails to secure such assignment, Consultant shall indemnify City for all damages resulting therefrom Moreover, Consultant with respect to any documents and materials that may qualify as `works made for hire" as defined in 17 U S C § 101, such documents and materials are hereby deemed"works made for hire" for the City 6.4 Confidentiality and Release of Information. (a) All information gained or work product produced by Consultant in performance of this Agreement shall be considered confidential, unless such information is in the public domain or already known to Consultant Consultant shall not release or disclose any such information or work product to persons or entities other than City without prior written authorization from the Contract Officer (b) Consultant, its officers, employees, agents or subcontractors, shall not, without prior written authorization from the Contract Officer or unless requested by the City Attorney, voluntarily provide documents, declarations, letters of support, testimony at depositions, response to interrogatories or other information concerning the work performed under this Agreement Response to a subpoena or court order shall not be considered voluntary" provided Consultant gives City notice of such court order or subpoena (c) If Consultant, or any officer, employee, agent or subcontractor of Consultant, provides any information or work product in violation of this Agreement, then City shall have the right to reimbursement and indemnity from Consultant for any damages, costs and fees, including attorney's fees, caused by or incurred as a result of Consultant s conduct (d) Consultant shall promptly notify City should Consultant, its officers, employees, agents or subcontractors be served with any summons, complaint, subpoena, notice of deposition, request for documents, interrogatories, request for admissions or other discovery request, court order or subpoena from any party regarding this Agreement and the work performed there under City retains the right, but has no obligation, to represent Consultant or be present at any deposition, hearing or similar proceeding Consultant agrees to cooperate fully with City and to provide City with the opportunity to review any response to discovery requests provided by Consultant However, this right to review any such response does not imply or mean the right by City to control, direct, or rewrite said response 15 ARTICLE 7. ENFORCEMENT OF AGREEMENT AND TERMINATION 7.1 California Law. This Agreement shall be interpreted, construed and governed both as to validity and to performance of the parties in accordance with the laws of the State of California Legal actions concerning any dispute, claim or matter ansing out of or in relation to this Agreement shall be instituted in the Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles, State of California, or any other appropriate court in such county, and Consultant covenants and agrees to submit to the personal jurisdiction of such court in the event of such action In the event of litigation in a U S Distnct Court, venue shall lie exclusively in the Central District of California, in the County of Los Angeles, State of California 7.2 Disputes; Default. In the event that Consultant is in default under the terms of this Agreement, the City shall not have any obligation or duty to continue compensating Consultant for any work performed after the date of default Instead, the City may give notice to Consultant of the default and the reasons for the default The notice shall include the timeframe in which Consultant may cure the default This timeframe is 15 (fifteen) days, but may be extended, though not reduced, if circumstances warrant During the period of time that Consultant is in default, the City shall hold all invoices and shall, when the default is cured, proceed with payment on the invoices In the alternative, the City may, in its sole discretion, elect to pay some or all of the outstanding invoices during the period of default If Consultant does not cure the default, the City may take necessary steps to terminate this Agreement under this Article Any failure on the part of the City to give notice of the Consultant's default shall not be deemed to result in a waiver of the City's legal rights or any rights arising out of any provision of this Agreement 7 3 Retention of Funds. Consultant hereby authorizes City to deduct from any amount payable to Consultant (whether or not arising out of this Agreement) (i) any amounts the payment of which may be in dispute hereunder or which are necessary to compensate City for any losses, costs, liabilities, or damages suffered by City, and (ii) all amounts for which City may be liable to third parties, by reason of Consultant s acts or omissions in performing or failing to perform Consultant s obligation under this Agreement In the event that any claim is made by a third party, the amount or validity of which is disputed by Consultant, or any indebtedness shall exist which shall appear to be the basis for a claim of lien, City may withhold from any payment due, without liability for interest because of such withholding, an amount sufficient to cover such claim The failure of City to exercise such right to deduct or to withhold shall not, however, affect the obligations of the Consultant to insure, indemnify, and protect City as elsewhere provided herein 7.4 Waiver. Waiver by any party to this Agreement of any term, condition, or covenant of this Agreement shall not constitute a waiver of any other term, condition, or covenant Waiver by any party of any breach of the provisions of this Agreement shall not constitute a waiver of any other 16 provision or a waiver of any subsequent breach or violation of any provision of this Agreement Acceptance by City of any work or services by Consultant shall not constitute a waiver of any of the provisions of this Agreement No delay or omission in the exercise of any right or remedy by a non-defaulting party on any default shall impair such right or remedy or be construed as a waiver Any waiver by either party of any default must be in writing and shall not be a waiver of any other default concerning the same or any other provision of this Agreement 7.5 Rights and Remedies are Cumulative. Except with respect to rights and remedies expressly declared to be exclusive in this Agreement, the rights and remedies of the parties are cumulative and the exercise by either party of one or more of such nghts or remedies shall not preclude the exercise by it, at the same or different times, of any other rights or remedies for the same default or any other default by the other party 7 6 Legal Action. In addition to any other rights or remedies, either party may take legal action, in law or in equity, to cure, correct or remedy any default, to recover damages for any default, to compel specific performance of this Agreement, to obtain declaratory or injunctive relief, or to obtain any other remedy consistent with the purposes of this Agreement Notwithstanding any contrary provision herein, Consultant shall file a statutory claim pursuant to Government Code Sections 905 et seq and 910 et seq , in order to pursue a legal action under this Agreement 7.7 Termination Prior to Expiration of Term. This Section shall govern any termination of this Contract except as specifically provided in the following Section for termination for cause The City reserves the right to terminate this Contract at any time, with or without cause, upon 30 (thirty) days' wntten notice to Consultant, except that where termination is due to the fault of the Consultant, the period of notice may be such shorter time as may be determined by the Contract Officer Upon receipt of any notice of termination, Consultant shall immediately cease all services hereunder except such as may be specifically approved by the Contract Officer Consultant shall be entitled to compensation for all services rendered prior to the effective date of the notice of termination and for any services authorized by the Contract Officer thereafter in accordance with the Schedule of Compensation or such as may be approved by the Contract Officer, except as provided in Section 7 3 In the event of termination without cause pursuant to this Section, the City need not provide the Consultant with the opportunity to cure pursuant to Section 7 2 7.8 Termination for Default of Party. If termination is due to the failure of the other Party to fulfill its obligations under this Agreement (a) City may, after compliance with the provisions of Section 7 2, take over the work and prosecute the same to completion by contract or otherwise, and the Consultant shall be liable to the extent that the total cost for completion of the services required hereunder exceeds the 17 compensation herein stipulated (provided that the City shall use reasonable efforts to mitigate such damages), and City may withhold any payments to the Consultant for the purpose of set-off or partial payment of the amounts owed the City as previously stated (b) Consultant may, after compliance with the provisions of Section 7 2, terminate the Agreement upon written notice to the City's Contract Officer Consultant shall be entitled to payment for all work performed up to the date of termination 7.9 Attorneys' Fees. If either party to this Agreement is required to initiate or defend or made a party to any action or proceeding in any way connected with this Agreement, the prevailing party in such action or proceeding, in addition to any other relief which may be granted, whether legal or equitable, shall be entitled to reasonable attorney's fees Attorney's fees shall include attorney's fees on any appeal, and in addition a party entitled to attorney s fees shall be entitled to all other reasonable costs for investigating such action, taking depositions and discovery and all other necessary costs the court allows which are incurred in such litigation All such fees shall be deemed to have accrued on commencement of such action and shall be enforceable whether or not such action is prosecuted to judgment ARTICLE 8. CITY OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES: NON-DISCRIMINATION 8.1 Non-liability of City Officers and Employees No officer or employee of the City shall be personally liable to the Consultant, or any successor in interest, in the event of any default or breach by the City or for any amount which may become due to the Consultant or to its successor, or for breach of any obligation of the terms of this Agreement 8.2 Conflict of Interest Consultant covenants that neither it, nor any officer or principal of its firm, has or shall acquire any interest, directly or indirectly, which would conflict in any manner with the interests of City or which would in any way hinder Consultant s performance of services under this Agreement Consultant further covenants that in the performance of this Agreement, no person having any such interest shall be employed by it as an officer, employee, agent or subcontractor without the express written consent of the Contract Officer Consultant agrees to at all times avoid conflicts of interest or the appearance of any conflicts of interest with the interests of City in the performance of this Agreement No officer or employee of the City shall have any financial interest, direct or indirect, in this Agreement nor shall any such officer or employee participate in any decision relating to the Agreement which affects her/his financial interest or the financial interest of any corporation, partnership or association in which (s)he is, directly or indirectly, interested, in violation of any State statute or regulation The Consultant warrants that it has not paid or given and will not pay or give any third party any money or other consideration for obtaining this Agreement 18 8 3 Covenant Against Discrimination. Consultant covenants that, by and for itself, its heirs, executors, assigns, and all persons claiming under or through them, that there shall be no discrimination against or segregation of, any person or group of persons on account of race, color, creed, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, ancestry or other protected class in the performance of this Agreement Consultant shall take affirmative action to insure that applicants are employed and that employees are treated during employment without regard to their race, color, creed, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, ancestry or other protected class 8.4 Unauthorized Aliens Consultant hereby promises and agrees to comply with all of the provisions of the Federal Immigration and Nationality Act, 8 U S C § 1101 et seq , as amended, and in connection therewith, shall not employ unauthorized aliens as defined therein Should Consultant so employ such unauthorized aliens for the performance of work and/or services covered by this Agreement, and should any liability or sanctions be imposed against City for such use of unauthorized aliens, Consultant hereby agrees to and shall reimburse City for the cost of all such liabilities or sanctions imposed, together with any and all costs, including attorneys' fees, incurred by City ARTICLE 9. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS 9.1 Notices. Any notice, demand, request, document, consent, approval, or communication either party desires or is required to give to the other party or any other person shall be in writing and either served personally or sent by prepaid, first-class mail, in the case of the City, to the City Manager and to the attention of the Contract Officer (with her/his name and City title), City of Rancho Palos Verdes, 30940 Hawthorne Blvd , Rancho Palos Verdes, California 90275 and in the case of the Consultant, to the person(s) at the address designated on the execution page of this Agreement Either party may change its address by notifying the other party of the change of address in writing Notice shall be deemed communicated at the time personally delivered or in seventy-two (72) hours from the time of mailing if mailed as provided in this Section 9.2 Interpretation. The terms of this Agreement shall be construed in accordance with the meaning of the language used and shall not be construed for or against either party by reason of the authorship of this Agreement or any other rule of construction which might otherwise apply 9.3 Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in counterparts, each of which shall be deemed to be an original, and such counterparts shall constitute one and the same instrument 19 9 4 Integration; Amendment. This Agreement including the attachments hereto is the entire, complete and exclusive expression of the understanding of the parties It is understood that there are no oral agreements between the parties hereto affecting this Agreement and this Agreement supersedes and cancels any and all previous negotiations, arrangements, agreements and understandings, if any, between the parties, and none shall be used to interpret this Agreement No amendment to or modification of this Agreement shall be valid unless made in writing and approved by the Consultant and by the City Council The parties agree that this requirement for written modifications cannot be waived and that any attempted waiver shall be void 9.5 Severability. In the event that any one or more of the phrases, sentences, clauses, paragraphs, or sections contained in this Agreement shall be declared invalid or unenforceable by a valid judgment or decree of a court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity or unenforceability shall not affect any of the remaining phrases, sentences, clauses, paragraphs, or sections of this Agreement which are hereby declared as severable and shall be interpreted to carry out the intent of the parties hereunder unless the invalid provision is so material that its invalidity deprives either party of the basic benefit of their bargain or renders this Agreement meaningless 9.6 Warranty & Representation of Non-Collusion No official, officer, or employee of City has any financial interest, direct or indirect, in this Agreement, nor shall any official, officer, or employee of City participate in any decision relating to this Agreement which may affect his/her financial interest or the financial interest of any corporation, partnership, or association in which (s)he is directly or indirectly interested, or in violation of any corporation, partnership, or association in which (s)he is directly or indirectly interested, or in violation of any State or municipal statute or regulation The determination of financial interest" shall be consistent with State law and shall not include interests found to be remote' or noninterests' pursuant to Government Code Sections 1091 or 1091 5 Consultant warrants and represents that it has not paid or given, and will not pay or give, to any third party including, but not limited to, any City official, officer, or employee, any money, consideration, or other thing of value as a result or consequence of obtaining or being awarded any agreement Consultant further warrants and represents that (s)he/it has not engaged in any act(s), omission(s), or other conduct or collusion that would result in the payment of any money, consideration, or other thing of value to any third party including, but not limited to, any City official, officer, or employee, as a result of consequence of obtaining or being awarded any agreement Consultant is aware of and understands that any such act(s), omission(s) or other conduct resulting in such payment of money, consideration, or other thing of value will render this Agreement void and of no force or effect Consultant s Authorized Initialscy 20 9.7 Corporate Authority The persons executing this Agreement on behalf of the parties hereto warrant that(i) such party is duly organized and existing, (ii) they are duly authorized to execute and deliver this Agreement on behalf of said party, (iii) by so executing this Agreement, such party is formally bound to the provisions of this Agreement, and (iv) that entering into this Agreement does not violate any provision of any other Agreement to which said party is bound This Agreement shall be binding upon the heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns of the parties [SIGNATURES ON FOLLOWING PAGE] 21 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Agreement on the date and year first-above wntten CITY: CITY OF RANCHO PALOS VERDES, a municipal corporation ctui.S) Enc Alegna, Mayor ATTEST: eresa Takaoka, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: ALESHIRE & WYNDER, LLP 1) IdAlv(- W iam W 'Wyndet, City Attorney CONSULTANT: DUDEK, a California corporation By ,i , _ N. WV (7,/h nand-e0 Title Prp, /Ce By dAv eAli,c€ 4.42- Name )L Name CAr/s fine /t 1Q5vC— Title C ) Address Two corporate officer signatures required when Consultant is a corporation, with one signature required from each of the following groups 1) Chairman of the Board, President or any Vice President, and 2) Secretary, any Assistant Secretary, Chief Financial Officer or any Assistant Treasurer CONSULTANT'S SIGNATURES SHALL BE DULY NOTARIZED, AND APPROPRIATE ATTESTATIONS SHALL BE INCLUDED AS MAY BE REQUIRED BY THE BYLAWS, ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION, OR OTHER RULES OR REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO CONSULTANT'S BUSINESS ENTITY 22 CALIFORNIA ALL-PURPOSE ACKNOWLEDGMENT A notary public or other officer completing this certificate verifies only the identity of the individual who signed the document to which this certificate is attached,and not the truthfulness,accuracy or validity of that document STATE OF CALIFORNIA so,�+ or o � COUNTY OF GflES- On See;- ,2021 before me,Aft%Aft",A 1(b.,k‘er ,personally appeared Che s'-�e Mooce. ,proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the�erson(s)whose names(s)is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies),and that by his/her/their signature(s)on the instrument the person(s),or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s)acted, executed the instrument I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct ANTHON J BUTLER Koury 7ubhc CaWorma WITNESS my and an' official seal San Dregr County Cornmisvon a 2264682 —— MyComrr Expves Apr 112023 • Signature .4 �`,�iJ — —— — OPTIONAL Though the data below is not required by law, it may prove valuable to persons relying on the document and could prevent fraudulent reattachment of this form CAPACITY CLAIMED BY SIGNER DESCRIPTION OF ATTACHED DOCUMENT ❑ INDIVIDUAL ❑ CORPORATE OFFICER TITLE OR TYPE OF DOCUMENT TITLE(S) ❑ PARTNER(S) ❑ LIMITED El GENERAL NUMBER OF PAGES ❑ ATTORNEY-IN-FACT El TRUSTEE(S) El GUARDIAN/CONSERVATOR El OTHER DATE OF DOCUMENT SIGNER IS REPRESENTING (NAME OF PERSON(S)OR ENTITY(IES)) SIGNER(S)OTHER THAN NAMED ABOVE CALIFORNIA ALL-PURPOSE ACKNOWLEDGMENT A notary public or other officer completing this certificate venfies only the identity of the individual who signed the document to which this certificate is attached,and not the truthfulness,accuracy or validity of that document STATE OF CALIFORNIA So r 0.t o COUNTY OF On 5/4 )y ,2021 before me, fe,,,' ,personally appeared Mnhaco ,proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be theperson(s)whose names(s)is/are subscnbed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authonzed capacity(ies),and that by his/her/their signature(s)on the instrument the person(s),or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s)acted, executed the instrument I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregomg paragraph is true and correct aYTHONYJ BUTLER Yotary Public California WITNESS my hand and official sealSan Diego Countyf. Commission a 2284682 I' My Comm [Aplres Apr 8 2023 d Signature , Ay • OPTIONAL Though the data below is not required by law, it may prove valuable to persons relying on the document and could prevent fraudulent reattachment of this form CAPACITY CLAIMED BY SIGNER DESCRIPTION OF ATTACHED DOCUMENT ❑ INDIVIDUAL ❑ CORPORATE OFFICER TITLE OR TYPE OF DOCUMENT TITLE(S) ❑ PARTNER(S) ❑ LIMITED ❑ GENERAL NUMBER OF PAGES ❑ ATTORNEY-IN-FACT ❑ TRUSTEE(S) ❑ GUARDIAN/CONSERVATOR ❑ OTHER DATE OF DOCUMENT SIGNER IS REPRESENTING (NAME OF PERSON(S)OR ENTITY(IES)) SIGNER(S)OTHER THAN NAMED ABOVE EXHIBIT "A" SCOPE OF SERVICES I. Consultant shall provide the following consulting services to develop a mixed-use overlay zoning district and associated development standards within the City's commercial zones (the "Services"): TASK A: RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS A.1: Data Gathering and Literature Review Consultant will gather and review all relevant information and data pertinent to the Project To begin, Consultant s team will perform a literature review to thoroughly understand the City's current housing policies, inclusive of the zoning code, development standards, and ongoing Housing Element update Consultant will specifically review Title 17 (Zoning) of the Rancho Palos Verdes Municipal Code, Western Avenue Specific Plan, General Plan, and related maps to analyze the existing conditions along Western Avenue, Silver Spur Road, and adjacent parcels Consultant will research applicable laws, policies, and guidelines that have a direct impact on the production of housing in the City and that overlap the work of this effort, including the Regional Housing Needs Assessment, the California Density Bonus Law, and others A.2: Best Practices and Emerging Trends Consultant will research recently completed and ongoing housing incentive overlays in cities with similar markets This will include cities for which Consultant is currently preparing similar overlays (e g Fullerton and Santa Clanta) as well as others (in collaboration with City staff) A.3: Site Confirmation Consultant s team will review sites pre-selected by the City and supplement with an additional citywide analysis to confirm appropriate sites to include with the proposed Mixed-use Overlay Zone Consultant will compile any City-provided data (parcels, streets, zoning/land uses, building footprints, aerial photography, etc ) with data gathered by the team (market, property, demographic, etc ) to prepare a City-wide existing conditions base map in geographic information system (GIS) and to confirm and analyze the usability of additional Institutional and Commercial zoned parcels in the City (Commercial—General, Commercial— Limited, Commercial—Neighborhood, Commercial— Professional, and Commercial—Recreational) Consultant recognizes that not all Institutional and Commercially zoned parcels will be feasible or appropriate To that end, Consultant will follow methodology to select the most appropriate sites As a first step, Consultant s team will determine if the site and its context are suitable or opportune for new residential development by testing each site against the following preliminary criteria, as agreed upon with the City A-1 • Parcels with minimum width and depth dimensions suitable for typical multifamily residential building types • Parcels that represent immediate opportunities for redevelopment, e g , are currently vacant or occupied by surface parking lots • Parcels that are underutilized, such as properties with relatively low improvement values relative to their land values and therefore opportunities to increase the value of improvements Using the preliminary screen of County Assessor data in GIS, the economic team will test the selected sites based on the following methodology o First, Consultant will identify all vacant sites or sites currently occupied by surface parking lots Given these parcels' lack of improvements, they could be appropriate for immediate redevelopment with a change to a residential land designation o Second, Consultant will identify all properties where the improvement value is 40% of the land value While there is no set benchmark, typically the land value represents 30% of the total market value of a property As such, improvements would roughly equal 70%of the total market value A relatively low improvement value relative to the land value of a property suggests that the land is underutilized and that there are higher value improvements that can be developed on the land It should be noted that this is not a perfect estimate of underutilized land, but it can be used as a benchmark to identify properties that may have potential for redevelopment o Finally, Consultant will identify low-intensity sites where the floor-to-area ratio value is below 0 10 and more intensive redevelopment may be appropriate "Institutional, Other, and Recreation' land use categories, which do not report building size, and specific multifamily condo parcels will not be accounted in the County Assessor database As such, the team will work with the City to determine if such properties should be considered • Parcels that are transit-adjacent, e g , lie within high-quality transit areas, defined by the Southern California Association of Governments as being within one-half mile from major transit stops and high-quality transit comdors This applies primarily to parcels along Western Avenue • Parcels that lie outside of areas most vulnerable to air pollution (e g , within 500 feet of freeways or 1,000 feet of distribution centers, etc ), as identified by the California Air Resources Board s Air Quality and Land Use Handbook • Parcels within a 10-minute walkshed of schools and parks • Parcels with property owners who have indicated willingness to develop residential uses A.4: High-level Development Feasibility Consultant s team, led by economic subconsultant, Pro Forma Advisors, will conduct high-level economic assessment of Rancho Palos Verdes Consultant will review residential real estate market fundamentals to document recent sales by housing type, A-2 development trends, asking rents, vacancy rates, and capitalization rates Based upon the market assessment, Consultant will propose a limited number of housing typologies (for- sale or for-rent) that appear most likely to have market support and be financially feasible to develop Revenue assumptions used in the financial testing will be collected in the market assessment Pro Forma Advisors will provide hard and soft cost assumptions based on industry knowledge and contemporary per square foot estimates With the revenue and development cost assumptions in hand, Consultant will determine the residual land value of each development scenario This residual land value can then be compared to the typical land value associated with an illustrative commercial parcel in the city The delta in value would then be used to better understand the value created by the potential land use change from commercial to residential development This will provide the planning team market-tested data on building typologies that are feasible within the City's real estate sub-economy Deliverables • Summary Memorandum and Pro Forma Analysis TASK B: MIXED-USE OVERLAY ORDINANCE B 1 Draft and Final Ordinance Consultant's team will create draft and final development standards that will apply to new mixed-use developments triggered by the regulations set forth in the proposed mixed-use overlay district Consultant will also review the existing code and suggest revisions to other related sections of the code for consistency The proposed ordinance will incorporate clear, easy- to-understand graphics to enhance understanding and reduce misinterpretations The development standards will rely on the (optional) market feasibility analysis to establish building envelopes that are market tested and have the support of the development community TASK C WESTERN AVENUE SPECIFIC PLAN AND GENERAL PLAN UPDATE C.1: Review Consultant's team will review the current Western Avenue Specific Plan and the City s General Plan and evaluate their language for consistency with the proposed mixed- use overlay district This review will highlight the sections that are in conflict and suggest revisions A-3 C.2 Draft and Final updates Based on guidance from City staff, the Consultant s planning team will draft and finalize surgical updates to the Western Avenue Specific Plan and the General Plan to bnng them in conformance and establish overall consistency with the proposed mixed-use overlay zoning distract to avoid discrepancies or potential unintended consequences TASK D: PUBLIC PARTICIPATION AND OUTREACH D.1 Outreach Plan The Consultant s outreach team, led by Kearns & West, the team's outreach subconsultant, will prepare an outreach memo that includes objectives for involving the public in planning, descnptions of outreach and engagement activities, methods for publicizing involvement opportunities, and timeline showing synchronization of activities with the planning process D.2 Targeted key stakeholder outreach The Consultant's outreach team will participate with City staff on calls with up to six (6) community leaders to tell them about the project community involvement opportunities, hear about best practices for getting the word out, and ask for their help in publicizing the workshops D.3 Community Events Consultant will support and facilitate up to two (2) community outreach meetings The first outreach meeting will include a socially distanced walking tour of Western Avenue (the location of the far majority of commercially zoned parcels in the City) and will include stakeholders, project team, City staff, and the public The second community meeting/workshop is anticipated to be conducted either virtually and/or in- person using a platform that allows for polling, dialogue, and other forms of interaction Community meetings participants shall include local business and property owners, residents, and other stakeholders For each meeting, Consultant will staff two facilitators and an outreach specialist, prepare a logistics memo and an annotated agenda for the virtual meetings, coordinate with the team for meeting preparation and dry run, and create an After Action Report that documents attendance, format and presentation, input, and major discussion themes A-4 TASK E: PREPARE RELEVANT ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENTS Summary of CEQA Approach The Environmental Impact Report (EIR) prepared for the Mixed-Use Overlay Zone is likely to be a Program Environmental Impact Report (PEIR) that analyzes buildout of the feasible opportunity sites on a programmatic level The PEIR will include sufficient level of detail, analysis, and mitigation options to allow the City and residential developers to efficiently tier-off the PEIR as redevelopment of each particular site is proposed The PEIR will be drafted with the mindset that the PEIR should be a tool available to the City and project applicants to streamline future environmental clearance processes as development is proposed for the opportunity sites The PEIR will ensure compliance with California Assembly Bill 52 (AB 52, Chapter 532, Statutes of 2014) and Senate Bill 18 (SB 18, Chapter 905, Statutes of 2004) E.la Initial Study and Notice of Preparation Consistent with the CEQA Guidelines, Appendix G Checklist, as well as with the City's adopted CEQA Environmental Checklist (Initial Study [IS]) and local CEQA implementation guidelines, Consultant will prepare one (1) administrative draft IS for review and comment by the City The administrative draft IS will identify potentially significant environmental impacts associated with buildout of the Project Environmental setting, impact analyses, and substantiating documentation will be provided to support all responses and conclusions in the IS, including concise tables and high-quality, full-color figures The intent of the Administrative Draft IS is to scope-out as many environmental resource topics from the PEIR as feasible/defensible Following one round of review of and comment on the administrative draft IS by the City, Consultant will make one (1) round of revisions, as required The revisions will satisfactorily address all prior comments on the administrative draft IS, and no substantial review efforts beyond a final page-turn' review will be required This revised version of the IS will serve as the final version of the document Consistent with CEQA Guidelines, Section 15082, Consultant will work with the City to prepare a Notice of Preparation (NOP) of a draft PEIR The NOP will provide the responsible and trustee agencies and the California Office of Planning and Research/State Clearinghouse (SCH) with sufficient information describing the Project and the potential environmental effects to enable the outside agencies to make a meaningful response At a minimum, the information will include a description of the Project, location of the Project, and probable environmental impacts of the Project Following one (1) round of review of and comment on the draft version of the NOP, Consultant will make one (I) round of revisions, as required Following revisions to the NOP, Consultant will coordinate circulation with the City for the combined IS/NOP A-5 Consultant will provide the IS/NOP to SCH as well as post the NOP with the Los Angeles County Clerk Deliverables • IS/NOP (electronic copy, five [5] hard copies with appendices on CD, and 20 CDs/flash drives) • SCH Summary Form and IS/NOP uploaded to SCH website • NOP posted with the Los Angeles County Clerk • Notice of Completion (NOC) Form (electronic copy, one[I] hard copy) E.lb Public Scoping Meeting Consultant will coordinate with the City on a public scoping meeting Consultant assumes City staff will be responsible for securing the meeting location, if the meeting is to be held in person If the meeting is held virtually, Consultant can host the meeting using Zoom During the meeting, Consultant will present a PowerPoint presentation, monitor comments received, answer questions pertaining to CEQA and the PEIR, and provide a summary of public comments with regard to any environmental concerns raised This input will be used to focus the environmental issues to be addressed in the administrative draft PEIR A summary of comments received will be included in the administrative draft PEIR Deliverables PowerPoint meeting presentation, scoping comment cards, and meeting notes/comment summary E.2 Program-Level Technical Analyses Consultant will conduct program-level technical analyses to support the evaluation and determinations in the Project, as follows • Program-level air quality, greenhouse gas emissions, and energy assessment • Program-level noise and vibration assessment • Program-level vehicle miles traveled assessment For the sake of brevity, the complete scopes of work for each supporting technical study listed below can be provided to the City on request These programmatic analyses will be memorialized in individual technical memorandums or incorporated directly in the applicable PEIR sections Prior to commencing work on these technical analyses, Consultant will coordinate with the City to tailor the scopes of the analyses to meet the City s expectations while being mindful of the budgetary constraints for the analyses Deliverables • Technical analyses included directly in individual technical memorandums or directly in the applicable PEIR sections (electronic copies) A-6 E.3a Administrative Draft PEIR Consistent with CEQA Guidelines, Article 9, Consultant will prepare one (1) administrative draft PEIR for review and comment by the City As required by CEQA and the CEQA Guidelines, the administrative draft PEIR will include the following chapters Introduction, Executive Summary, Environmental Setting, Project Description, Environmental Analysis, Cumulative Impacts, Other CEQA Considerations, and Alternatives to the Project Each of the EIR s Environmental Analysis sections will include a discussion of each environmental topic within five main sections (1) Existing Conditions, (2) Regulatory Framework, (3) Impacts and Mitigation, (4) Cumulative Effects, and (5) References The discussion of impacts and mitigation will be divided into subsections based on the recent update to CEQA Guidelines, Appendix G, Environmental Checklist, questions Each of these subsections will enable clarity, ease of use, and organization, and each subsection will be headed by a summary box or table Up to 13 environmental analysis administrative draft PEIR sections will need to be prepared, including but not limited to, the following potential environmental issues that may need to be comprehensively addressed in their own sections (as opposed to being "focused out" in the IS/NOP) 1 Aesthetics 2 Air Quality 3 Cultural Resources 4 Energy 5 Greenhouse Gas Emissions 6 Hazards and Hazardous Materials 7 Land Use and Planning 8 Noise 9 Population and Housing 10 Public Services 11 Transportation 12 Tribal Cultural Resources (summarizing AB 52 and SB 18 outreach efforts) 13 Utilities and Service Systems In addition to the Environmental Analysis sections, the administrative draft PEIR will also include the following chapters Other CEQA Considerations and Alternatives to the Project (note that this scope of work and budget assumes up to three [3] Project alternatives, including the No Project alternative, would be analyzed) Deliverables • Administrative draft PEIR (electronic copy) A-7 E.3b Screencheck Draft PEIR Following receipt of comments from the City on the administrative draft PEIR, Consultant will update the document and re-submit the screencheck draft PEIR The purpose of this screencheck submittal is to allow the City to review the revisions made to the administrative draft PEIR Once the City performs the final review and comment on the screencheck draft PEIR, Consultant will respond to these final comments, review the proposed edits, and prepare a proofcheck draft PEIR in anticipation of finalizing the document for public review Deliverables • Screencheck draft PEIR (electronic copy) • Proofcheck draft PEIR (electronic copy) E.4 Public Review Draft PEIR Following the final page-turn" review of the proofcheck draft PEIR, Consultant will prepare and publicly distribute the public review draft PEIR to the County Clerk, SCH, responsible and trustee agencies, surrounding jurisdictions, and other interested parties pursuant to the distribution list prepared by the City Technical appendices will be provided on a CD/flash drive affixed to the back cover of all hard copies of the draft PEIR Consultant will distribute the deliverables via certified mail and/or overnight service and will include the Notice of Availability (NOA) of a public review draft PEIR prepared by Consultant An optimized, online-ready electronic version of the public review draft PEIR will also be provided to the City Deliverables • Public review draft PEIR (electronic copy, 20 hard copies with appendices on CD, and 40 CDs/flash drives with public review draft PEIR plus appendices) • SCH Summary Form (electronic copy, 15 hard copies) plus CDs with public review draft PEIR and appendices • Notice of Completion (NOC) Form (electronic copy, one[I] hard copy) E 5 Final PEIR, Response to Comments, and Mitigation Monitormg and Reporting Program Consultant will provide responses to all agency and public comments that raise substantive environmental issues associated with the public review draft PEIR The responses will be thoughtful and thorough and will be provided in a separate draft response to comments (RTC) memorandum Based on the nature of the Project and the proximity to potential stakeholders, it is anticipated that no more 50 comments will be received by the City in relation to the Project (note that a single comment letter may include several comments) No letters from any potential Project opponent s attorneys are assumed If an extraordinary number of comment letters, letters from Project opponent s A-8 attorneys (which are often lengthy and/or overly technical), or comment letters requiring new analysis are received, Consultant will discuss the budgetary implications with the City, and an augment may be required if any of these circumstances occurs Consultant will prepare a mitigation monitoring and reporting program (MMRP) pursuant to CEQA Guidelines, Section 15097 The MMRP will contain all mitigation measures recommended in the final PEIR The MMRP will provide the City with a single source of reference to the mitigation measures included in the final PEIR For each measure or group of similar measures, the party responsible for ensuring proper implementation will be identified, along with the timing and method of verification Consultant will coordinate with the City to determine if any revisions of the draft PEIR will be required as a result of public review and comments on the document All revisions will be shown as changes to the original draft PEIR text in stnkeout/underline format In addition to these changes, the final PEIR will also be composed of the RTC memorandum and MMRP Upon completion of the final PEIR, Consultant will coordinate distribution to all parties who requested a copy from the City Deliverables • Draft and final versions of the RTC memorandum (electronic copies) • Draft and final versions of the MMRP(electronic copies) • Administrative, screencheck, public review, and final PEIR (electronic copy, 20 hard copies with appendices on CD, and 40 CDs/flash drives with final PEIR plus appendices) E.6 Findings of Fact and Statement of Overriding Consideration Consultant will prepare draft Findings of Fact for each significant effect identified in the Final PEIR and prepare a Statement of Overriding Considerations, if unavoidable significant impacts are identified As required by the CEQA Guidelines, one of three findings must be made for each significant effect and must be supported by substantial evidence in the record The Statement of Overriding Considerations will rely on input from the project team regarding the benefits of the project Consultant will consult with the project team to review and finalize the Findings and Statement of Overriding Considerations for the City s ultimate adoption Deliverables • Draft and final versions of the Findings of Fact and Statement of Overriding Considerations (electronic copies) A-9 TASK F: MEETINGS AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT The Consultant s Project Manager will serve as the primary contact for the City and coordinate all communications and tasks across the project team F.1: Kickoff Meetmg Consultant will schedule and conduct a project kickoff meeting within two (2) weeks of notice to proceed This meeting will be structured as a half-day partnering session It will have multiple purposes to understand City expectations and goals, discuss the work plan, schedule, and relevant issues and concerns, review and learn about concurrent and related studies and plans, discuss roles and responsibilities, agree upon a schedule for ongoing meetings, and confirm appropnate contacts At the partnering session, a focused discussion on community engagement will also occur to outline the goals of the outreach effort, identify potential stakeholders, discuss tools and techniques, and map public events By gaining a clear understanding of the City's expectations at the project outset, Consultant will avoid rework and delays, delivering a plan that explicitly responds to the City's needs Further, the partnering session provides the project team a forum to share aspirations and establish relationships that will last through the life of the project F.2: Project Schedule The Consultant's Project Manager will work with City staff to prepare and finalize a project schedule within two (2) weeks of the kickoff meeting that includes tasks and milestones that would allow Mixed-use Overlay District to be adopted by the City Council no later than March 2023 The schedule will include, but is not limited to, the following • Milestones/tasks with adequate time for staff to review the work products • A timeline for public outreach and meetings with anticipated commission and • Council hearings, study sessions, and individual meetings with City Councilmembers as necessary • Tribal outreach in compliance with SB 18 and AB 52 regulations, and • An anticipated environmental review strategy and timeline F.3: Project Coordmation Consultant will coordinate and establish a regular biweekly (i e every two weeks) check- in call City and Consultant project managers will invite other participants to this call as needed These periodic check-ins will chart completed tasks and status of ongoing work, reaffirm key milestones and deliverables, and flag any anticipated issues that may impact the schedule or budget These meetings may be held via conference call or in person at the City's offices (consistent with COVID public health guidelines) Consultant will prepare a meeting summary, including action items, for each meeting, and coordinate with staff to create and make presentations to the City and/or stakeholders as necessary A-10 F.4 Council and Commission Meetings The Consultant s project manager and relevant team members will attend at a minimum two (2) Planning Commission and two (2) City Council public hearings H. As part of the Services, Consultant will prepare and deliver the following tangible work products to the City: A Summary Memorandum and Pro Forma Analysis B IS/NOP (electronic copy, five [5] hard copies with appendices on CD, and 20 CDs/flash drives) C SCH Summary Form and IS/NOP uploaded to SCH website D NOP posted with the Los Angeles County Clerk E Notice of Completion (NOC) Form (electronic copy, one [1] hard copy) F PowerPoint meeting presentation, scoping comment cards, and meeting notes/comment summary G Technical analyses included directly in individual technical memorandums or directly in the applicable PEIR sections (electronic copies) H Administrative draft PEIR (electronic copy) I Screencheck draft PEIR (electronic copy) J Proofcheck draft PEIR(electronic copy) K Public review draft PEIR (electronic copy, 20 hard copies with appendices on CD, and 40 CDs/flash drives with public review draft PEIR plus appendices) L SCH Summary Form (electronic copy, 15 hard copies) plus CDs with public review draft PEIR and appendices M Draft and final versions of the RTC memorandum (electronic copies) N Draft and final versions of the MMRP (electronic copies) O Administrative, screencheck, public review, and final PEIR (electronic copy, 20 hard copies with appendices on CD, and 40 CDs/flash drives with final PEIR plus appendices) P Draft and final versions of the Findings of Fact and Statement of Ovemding Considerations (electronic copies) A-11 III. In addition to the requirements of Section 6.2, during performance of the Services, Consultant will keep the City updated of the status of performance by delivering the following status reports A Biweekly updates, containing information on all work completed to date and any potential concerns relating to future delays or issues completing work IV. All work product is subject to review and acceptance by the City, and must be revised by the Consultant without additional charge to the City until found satisfactory and accepted by City V. Consultant will utilize the following personnel to accomplish the Services: A Gaurav Snvastava, AICP —Project Manager/Planning Lead B Cathenne Tang Saez—Planner/Urban Design and Planning C Nicole Cobleigh—CEQA Specialist/PEIR Lead D Brandon Whalen-Castellanos—Planner/Environmental Planning E Adam Poll, LEED AP BD+C — Air Quality Specialist/Air Quality-GHG-Energy Analyses F Sarah Corder, MFA—Architectural Histonan/Histonc Building Resources (Optional) G Heather McDevitt, PRA—Archaeologist/Tnbal-Cultural Resources H Jonathan Leech, AICP, INCE — Environmental Planner/Acoustics I Dennis Pascua—Transportation Planner/Mobility and Parking J Christopher Starbird—GIS Analyst/Geographic Information Systems K Joan Isaacson (K&W)—Outreach Specialist/Public Outreach L Jenna Tourje(K&W)—Facilitation Specialist/Pubic Outreach M Lance Hams (Pro Forma) — Land Use Economist/Market Analyst (Optional) A-12 EXHIBIT "B" SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS (Superseding Contract Boilerplate) Added text indicated in bold italics, deleted text indicated in stnkethrough I Section 1.1, Scope of Services, is hereby amended as follows: 1 1 Scope of Services In compliance with all terms and conditions of this Agreement, the Consultant shall provide those services specified in the `Scope of Services' , as stated in the Proposal, attached hereto as Exhibit "A" and incorporated herein by this reference, which may be referred to herein as the `services" or "work" hereunder As a material inducement to the City entering into this Agreement, Consultant represents and warrants that it has the qualifications, expenence, and facilities necessary to properly perform the services required under this Agreement in a thorough, competent, and professional manner, and is experienced in performing the work and services contemplated herein Consultant shall at all times faithfully, competently and to the best of its ability, expenence and talent, perform all services described herein . . hereunder Consultant covenants that it shall perform the work and services with the skill and care ordinarily exercised by members of the same profession practicing under similar circumstances and that all materials will be both of good quality as well as fit for the purpose intended - . . . -.. - - - • -- -- - - - - - - - - - '- - . - . . . ' . II. Section 2.6, Grant Funds, is hereby added to Article 2, Compensation and Method of Payment, as follows: 2.6 Grant Funds The City will utilize grant funds awarded by the California Department of Housing and Community Development under Senate Bill No. 2 and supplemental funds from the Local Early Action Planning (LEAP) Grants Program. City will seek reimbursement for its compensation to Consultant. Consultant will reasonably cooperate in good faith to support City's compliance with requirements imposed on City by the provisions of the Senate Bill 2 Planning Grants Program and the LEAP Grants Program B-1 EXHIBIT "C" SCHEDULE OF COMPENSATION I Consultant shall perform the following Services at the following rates: See Exhibit-C-1' H. A retention of ten percent (10%) shall be held from each payment as a contract retention to be paid as a part of the final payment upon satisfactory completion of services. Not Applicable III. Within the budgeted amounts for each Task, and with the approval of the Contract Officer, funds may be shifted from one Task subbudget to another so long as the Contract Sum is not exceeded per Section 2.1, unless Additional Services are approved per Section 2.3. IV. The City will compensate Consultant for the Services performed upon submission of a valid invoice. Each invoice is to include: A Line items for all the work performed, the number of hours worked, and the hourly rate including the identification of each employee, contractor, or subcontractor who provided services during the period of the invoice B Line items for all materials and equipment properly charged to the Services C Line items for all other approved reimbursable expenses claimed, with supporting documentation D Line items for all approved subcontractor labor, supplies, equipment, materials, and travel properly charged to the Services V. The total compensation for the Services shall not exceed the Contract Sum as provided in Section 2.1 of this Agreement. C-1 EXHIBIT "C-1" RATES Dudek Labor Hours and Rates Subconsultant Fees Sr Urban EIR Project Environmental Air QualrtyfGHG1 Environmental Noise Analysis Transportation Publications Development Project Team Role Project Manager Designer Planner Manager Analyst Energy Analyst Specialist III Planner Lead Analysis Lead GIS Analyst Specialist Outreach Feasibility 1111111 Gaurav Catherine Tar g Whalen, Heather Chrlstophor Chelsea TOTAL Dl1DFK OTHER Teiar111ernbet-. Srivastava Sae: Analyst III Nicole Coblmgh Castellanos Adam Poll Sarah Corder McDevitt Jonathan Leech Dennis Pascua Starbird Ringenbaek DUDEK I ABOR Kearns&West Proforma Advisors DIRECT Billable Rate $230.00 $16000 $10000 523000 510000 $180.00 5160.00 5170.00 524500 $245.00 $160.00 $95.00 HOURS COSTS Fee Fee COSTS TOTAL FEE Task A Research II Analysis A.1 Data Gathering and Literature Review 4 16 40 60 $7,480 00 $12000 $7 60000 A.2 Best Practices and Emerging Trends 4 16 24 44 _ $5,88000 $5 88000 A 3 Site Confirmation 4 40 24 68_ S9 72(100 S9 72000 A 4 High-level Development Feasibil 1; $1000 00 S/.000.00 Subtotal Task A 12 72 88 172 523,080.00 $120.00 $30,200.00 Task B itillited4se Overlay Ordinancs _ _ ---- -- - -111...1111111117 B I Dial!ark)Final Ordinance 20 '1 120 160 300 $39800 00 539 800(X) Subtotal Task B 20 I 120 160 _ 3.0.0_ $_30_,_800_.00 $30,800.00 Task C Weston wt Avenue Specific Plan and General Plan Update r C1 Review of CviSl',j F are 1 8 ib 28 S3,80000 $3 800 00 -- - t---— C 2 Oran and Final Updates r t 40 160 208 $2424000 — S24,240 00 Subtotal Task C 12 48 176 231 $28,040.00 $28,040.00 Task D Public Participation&Outreach - 01 Outreach Plan 6 $1,10000 $3 100 OC S4 70000 02 Targeted Stake,clderOutreach8 4 r12 $2,48000 $6.40000 $24000 $91200000 0 3 Community Events 8 40 40 $12240.00 $20.300.00 $3 00000 535,540 00- Subtotal Task D 18 48 40 100 $15,820.00 $3,240.00 $49,360.00 Task E Pre re Environmental Documents i 1 Inrtal Study,NOP,and Scot,,1 i Meeting 32 40 4 24 100 $14 280 00 S75000 S15,030 00 E 2 Program-level Technical Studios 6 80 60 60 8 214 $46.460.00 $46,46000 E.3 Admin Daft PEIR 40 140 16 8 204 $27.200.00 $27.20000 E4 Public Draft PE IR 40 80 40 160 $21,00000 550000 52150000 E.5 Final PEIR&fv1MRP 32 60 -i---, 16 108 $__14,88000 - $200.00 S15.08000 E 6 wings of Fact&Statement of Overriding Considerations 8 32 8 48 $5,800.00, $5,800 CO Subtotal Task El- 158 362 80 18 80 80 28 N 834 $121,120.00 $1,450.00 $1.31,070.00 Task F Project Management 1 F 1 Kickoff Meetirr; 4 4 4 _ _ 12 $2,480.00 S12000 $2,600.60 F.2 Pr_T.:lScheduie 4 2 _ 6 51,38000 $1,38000 F3 Protect Coordination 7 72 16 34 - _122 $26 94000 $60000 $27 540 00 — — Subtotal Task F. 80 i 20 - 40 140 $30,800.00 $720 CO $31 52000 Total Hours 142 308 464 . 352 80 0 In 60 60 20 88 1788 Total S32 660 00 549.280 00 $46 400 00 $45.540 00 535.200 00 514.400 00 SO 00 $2 720 00 514.700 00 514 700 00 53.200.00 58 360 00 $267 160.00 530.300 00 17,000.00 $5,530.00 $300,600.00 Percent of Hours(Base) 8% 179E 16% 11% 20% 4% 0% 1% 39O 3% 1% 5% C-2 EXHIBIT "D" SCHEDULE OF PERFORMANCE I. Consultant shall perform all services timely in accordance with the following schedule: DATA&ANALYSIS STANDARDS& CEQA ADOPTION& 0 REGULATIONS IMPLEMENTATION 0 0 0 A.1:DATA GATHERING,SITE - CONFIRMATION,AND LITERATURE REVIEW II A.2:BEST PRACTICES AND EMERGING TRENDS ■ A.3:SITE CONFIRMATION ■ OPTIONAL A.4:MARKET ANALYSIS is OPTIONAL A.5:PROFORMA ANALYSIS TASK B:MIXED-USE OVERLAY ORDINANCE TASK C:WESTERN AVE SP&GENERAL PLAN UPDATE C.i:REVIEW C.2:DRAFT AND FINAL UPDATES TASK D:PUBLIC PARTICIPATION AND OUTREACH C1:OUTREACH PLAN ■ C.2:TARGETED KEY STAKEHOLDER OUTREACH L.—• —0-41, C.3:COMMUNITY EVENTS • • TASK E:PREPARE ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENTS E.1:INITIAL STUDY,NOP AND J SCOPING MEETING I E.2:PROGRAM LEVEL TECHNICAL ANALYSES_ E.3:ADMINISTRATIVE DRAFT PER s E4:PUBLIC REVIEW FINAL PER mi a E.S:FINAL PER,RESPONSE TO COMMENTS,MMR ■ OPTIONAL E.7:CULTURAL SURVEY&REPORT E.6:FINDINGS OF FACT, OVERRIDING CONSIDERATION TASK F:PROJECT MANAGEMENT F.1:KICKOFF MEETING F.4:COUNCIL&PLANNING I I_. COMMISSION MEETINGS F.2:PROJECT SCHEDULE —• • •_• III o' F.3:PROJECT COORDINATION N —411-0-0--4--• • • i}} •-•-•-•-•-• ?N •-•-•-•-•->• o- N N T o Oa VI E p G� N 3 'N 1 N O Y S 2 .E5 DOC CG m ~Q m << I: Z 7 .I2 Q m W 3 MONTHS 3 3 MONTHS ~;W 8 MONTHS a 4 MONTHS EIt 4:v, s <LL - 18 MONTHS D-1 H. Consultant shall deliver the following tangible work products to the City by the following dates. A Draft of code amendment, Specific Plan and General plan update, and environmental assessment in February 2022 B Final draft of code amendment, Specific Plan and General plan update, and environmental assessment in July 2022 C Revised final draft of code amendment, Specific Plan and General plan update, and environmental assessment incorporating final input from City in March 2023 III. The Contract Officer may approve extensions for performance of the services in accordance with Section 3.2. D-2