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Work Order No.

08
WORK ORDER FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR AIRPORT IMPROVEMENTS AT
PENSACOLA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
WORK ORDER NO. 08 for Piedmont Road April 2014 Rainfall Event Engineering Review
In accordance with this Work Order No. 08, made and entered into this I,U day of 0' 1
,20 \, the undersigned Engineer agrees to perform and complete
following services, in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Work Order and with the terms
and conditions of that certain Master Agreement for Engineering Services for Airport Improvements at
Pensacola International Airport dated July, 2012, all of which terms and conditions are hereby
incorporated herein by reference:
Project Location:

Pensacola International Airport (PNS), Cordova Square and Piedmont Road


Area
Project Description: The project will review the April 2014 rainfall event, which occurred over the
City of Pensacola and surrounding areas, and assess the ability of the Cordova Square and PNS Airport
Stormwater ponds to store the resulting runoff from the contributing basin as well as the likely route
that overflow runoff from the two facilities would follow.
Scope of Basic Services: The project includes survey, storm routing and hydraulic modeling, site
reconnaissance and report preparation services as more particularly described in Attachment A Scope
of Work (Basic Services) attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference.
Scope of Special Services: The project includes special services as more particularly described in
Attachment B. Special services not required.
Airport Project Coordinator: Daniel E. Flynn, Asst. Airport Director Operations, Pensacola
International Airport, (850) 436-5000
Engineer Project Manager: Steven D. White, PE
Basic Services Compensation: $22,440.73 as more particularly described in Attachment C Basic
Services Compensation attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference.
Special Services Compensation: $0.00as more particularly described in Attachment C
Special Services Compensation attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference.
Total Compensation and Method of Payment: Lump Sum $22,440.73 as more particularly described in
Attachment C Project Costs attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference.
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Airporttor City Attorney
Schedules and Deliverables: Schedule and Deliverables shall be as defined the scope of Basic Services
and as presented in Attachment D Schedule and Deliverable attached hereto and incorporated herein
by reference.
Meetings: Under this Work Order, the Engineer will prepare for and attend the following meetings
during the study phase of this project:
Data Collection Meeting with City of Pensacola (City)
Draft Report of Findings review meeting with City
Modification of Terms of Master Agreement Applicable to this Work Order: N/A
Special Terms and Conditions: N/A
Dated and effective as of the \ 5 day of Pr\, 20 I H.
Attest:

City of Pensacola, Florida,


A Florida Municipal Corporation of the State of Florida
By:
Print Name: David D. Skipper, PE
Title: Vice President
Hatch Mott MacDonald Florida, LLC
Work Order No. 08
WORK ORDER FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR AIRPORT IMPROVEMENTS AT
PENSACOLA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
WORK ORDER NO. 08 for Piedmont Road April 2014 Rainfall Event Engineering Review
ATTACHMENT A Scope of Work (Basic Services)
I. BACKGROUND INFORMATION
Beginning on April 29, 2014 and continuing into April 30, Pensacola and the surrounding areas
received record amounts of rainfall, with over 26 inches of rain recorded by the Escambia County
Sherriff' s Department. The excessive amount of rain nearly doubled the amount expected in a 100-
year storm event and overwhelmed the stormwater infrastructure in the area with many
catastrophic results.
The Pensacola International Airport (PNS or Airport) is a commercial service airport located in
Pensacola, Florida. The Airport is owned and operated by the City of Pensacola (City). The Airport
currently has an existing stormwater management facility located to the west of the southerly end
of Runway 17-35 as well as the stormwater management facility at Cordova Square. These facilities
serve as the primary stormwater management facilities for the majority of the Airport runway
facilities, in addition to receiving regional stormwater runoff discharges from various sources with a
contributing stormwater basin totaling approximately 2,431 acres.
The Airport has requested that Hatch Mott MacDonald Florida, LLC (Engineer) provide this scope of
work for the PNS Airport April 2014 Rainfall Event Review (Project). The Project will include the
performance of and engineering review of the April 2014 rainfall event, stormwater management
facility storage capacity and overflow route analysis. The Engineer shall provide a summary report
of findings with regards to the return period approximation for the subject storm event, analysis of
the ability of the subject stormwater management facilities to store runoff from the storm event as
well as probable routes for overflow runoff from each of the facilities.
II. SCOPE OF SERVICES
For the purposes of scope definition and Engineer fee development, the work has been divided into
the following tasks as required under Article 4 of the Master Agreement for Engineering Services for
Airport Improvements at Pensacola International Airport, dated July 2012. Any modifications
and/or revisions to these tasks will constitute a change in the project scope and may require a
revision to the compensation to be paid to the Engineer. These tasks will begin once the City
provides the Engineer with a written Notice to Proceed. These tasks will be complete once the
Engineer submits the final Report of Findings.
TASK 1 April 2014 Rainfall Event Data Research and Review
The Engineer shall review available data from the National Weather Service (NWS) and National
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) with respect to the April 2014 rainfall event to
determine an approximate return period range for the storm event including but not necessarily
limited to daily rainfall totals at the Pensacola International Airport and specific storm related
documents.
TASK 2 PNS Stormwater Management Facility Outfall/Piedmont Road Stormwater Trunk Line
(Outfall Pipe) Surveying
The Engineer shall perform a limited topographic survey of the Outfall Pipe to establish pipe size,
pipe material, invert and rim elevations along the route from the PNS Stormwater Management
Facility to Bayou Texar. Topographic surveying efforts shall be limited to the Outfall Pipe only.
Surveying of local stormwater collection/transmission structures and/or pipes, within the Cordova
Park area, that connect to the outfall pipe, is not included within the proposed scope of services.
TASK 3 Addition of Outfall Pipe to Existing PNS Airport Stormwater Management Facility
Expansion and Rehabilitation Model (stormwater model)
The Engineer shall modify the existing stormwater model, established for the PNS Airport
Stormwater Management Facility Expansion and Rehabilitation project, to include the outfall pipe
from the PNS Stormwater Management Facility to Bayou Texar. The Engineer shall include
contributing Cordova Park stormwater basin information within the model modifications based
upon basin delineations and characteristics completed by Baskerville-Donovan, Inc. as part of the
Seville Drive Drainage Improvements. The Engineer shall perform a storm routing simulation, for a
storm event approximating the April 2014 event, and review the results to determine the ability of
both the Cordova Square Stormwater Management Facility and PNS Airport Stormwater
Management Facility to store runoff from the storm event, as well as hydraulic conditions which
may have been experienced within the outfall pipe. The Engineer shall subsequently utilize the
gathered data in conjunction with available GIS and/or Lidar topographic data to determine
approximate overflow runoff routes from both the Cordova Square and PNS Airport stormwater
ponds.
TASK 4 Site Reconnaissance
The Engineer shall attend meetings with representatives of the City of Pensacola and conduct
limited field investigations and/or surveys, for the purpose of obtaining information with respect to
current drainage patterns, routes and discharge location(s) and verification of overflow runoff
routes. The Engineer shall perform aerial video documentation of the post storm event conditions
along the route of the outfall from the PNS Stormwater Management Facility to Bayou Texar.
TASK 5 - Report of Findings
The Engineer shall prepare a written report summarizing the efforts undertaken during the
completion of the above described services. The written report shall include the data gathering
efforts and pertinent information found which served as the basis for determining the approximate
storm return period range, statistical findings, graphics and illustrations on the storm event as well
as results of storm routing and hydraulic modeling efforts. This task shall include submittal of the
Report of findings to the City of Pensacola/Airport personnel for review and comment. A meeting
with City of Pensacola/Airport personnel to discuss draft report comments and or questions, as well
as one-time revision of the Report of Findings shall be included to address and/or incorporate any
City/Airport personnel comments.
Work Order No. 08
WORK ORDER FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR AIRPORT IMPROVEMENTS AT
PENSACOLA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
WORK ORDER NO. 08 for Piedmont Road April 2014 Rainfall Event Engineering Review
ATTACHMENT B Scope of Work (Special Services) Not Applicable
In described in Section 2.1 of the Master Agreement for Engineering Services for Airport Improvements
at Pensacola International Airport dated July 2012, the following Special Services are deemed necessary
for this Work Order. For additional information on project background and Basic Services see
Attachment A.
For the purposes of scope definition and Engineer fee development, the Special Services work has been
divided into the following tasks. Any modifications and/or revisions to these tasks will constitute a
change in the project scope and may require a revision to the compensation to be paid to the Engineer.
These tasks will begin once the City provides the Engineer with a written Notice to Proceed. These tasks
will be complete once the Engineer submits the final Report of Findings. It is assumed that all special
services can be completed within standard day time working hours.
Work Order No. 08
WORK ORDER FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR AIRPORT IMPROVEMENTS AT
PENSACOLA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
WORK ORDER NO. 08 for Piedmont Road April 2014 Rainfall Event Engineering Review
ATTACHMENT C PROJECT COST BREAK DOWN
Addition of Outfall Pipe to Exis ting P NS Airport
Stormwater Management Facility Expansion and
Rehabilitation Model (s to rmwater model)
Task 3.1 Add outfallpipe to stormwater model 1 24 25
Task 3.2 Run stormwatersimulation and revicwrcsults 2 8 10
Site Reconnaissance
Task 3.1 Site visit to assess 1 3 4
Task 3.2
Task 3.3
Aerial Video Reconniassance 8
AerialVideo Review and Editing 4
Report of Findings
Task 3.1 Prepare Draft Report ofFindings 6 16 22
Task 3.2 Address City/P NS Comments 2 4 6
Task 3.3 Prepare Final Report o f Findings 2 8 10
TOTAL MAN-HOURS
LABOR RATES -HOURLY
SUB-TOTAL DIRECT LABOR
18
65.36
$1,176.48
83
46.91
$3,893.53
6
38.46
$230.76
18
24.5
$441.00
30
57.7
$1,731.00
113
$7,472.77
OVERHEAD160%
P ROF IT g 10%
TOTAL BURDENEDLABOR
OTHERDIRECT NON-SALARY COSTS
P rintin g , Reproduction, Mileage, Postage. Etc .
Travel(see breakdown next sheet)
$11,956.43
$1,942.92
$21,372.12
$1,068.61
Lump Sum Grand Total$ 22,440.73
Work Order No. 08
WORK ORDER FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR AIRPORT IMPROVEMENTS AT
PENSACOLA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
WORK ORDER NO. 08 for Piedmont Road April 2014 Rainfall Event Engineering Review
ATTACHMENT C PROJECT COST BREAK DOWN
TRAVEL
Purpose o f TravelEs t.#People Es t. #DaysEs t. AirfareEs t. CarEst. LodgingPer DiemTotal

Data gathering meeting with CityofPensaco la1 1 $S $

Field Investigations/S urvey23 $$S $

Draft Report ofFindings ReviewMeeints21 $$S $


To tal Travel 5
Work Order No. 08
WORK ORDER FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR AIRPORT IMPROVEMENTS AT
PENSACOLA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
WORK ORDER NO. 08 Piedmont Road April 2014 Rainfall Event Engineering Review
ATTACHMENT D SCHEDULE AND DELIVERABLES
Milestone Days Start Finish
NIP 0 5/19/2014 5/19/2014
April 2014 Rainfall Data Research and
review
1 5/19/2014 5/19/2014
PNS Stormwater Management Facility
Outfall/Piedmont Road Stormwater 14 5/19/2014 5/26/2014
Trunk Line (Outfall Pipe) Surveying
Addition of Outfall Pipe to Existing PNS
Airport Stormwater Management
Facility Expansion and Rehabilitation
7 5/26/2014 6/2/2014
Model (stormwater model)
Draft Report of Findings 7 6/2/2014 6/9/2014
Submit Draft Report of Findings 0 6/9/2014 6/9/2014
City Review of Draft Report of Findings 7 6/9/2014 6/16/2014
Final Report of Findings 3 6/16/2014 6/18/2014
Submit Final Report of Findings 0 6/18/2014 6/18/2014
Total Duration 30
rvlarch 3, 2014
Hatch Mott MacDonald Signing and Approval Policy
Scope:
The signing and approval policy applies to all commitments made on behalf of Hatch Molt MacDonald
Group (H.MM) or any of its subsidiary companies.
Introduction:
The signing and approval policy relates to hiring the right people, protecting our core technologies and
managing our exposure to potential liabilities.
Policy:
1. Required Approval Authority and Staff Authorized to Sign Contracts
Procedure 4.01 sets out the limits of authority for staff depending on their roles within the Group. It
describes levels of authority in relation to:
Approval of expenses (Procedure 6.15)
Commitment to purchase goods or services, including sub-consultants (Procedure 6.16),
Approval of invoices for goods or services, including sub-consultants ( Procedure 6.16)
Submitting proposals, bids or tenders for our services (Directive 4)
Entering into contracts or appointments for our services (Directive 4)
IN ACCORDANCE WITH EIMM BOARD RESOLUTIONS IT IS A REQUIREMENT THAT
ONLYCERTAIN NAMED PERSONS MAYSIGN CERTAIN COMM1TIVIENTS AFTER HE/SHE
HAS OBTAINED WRITTEN AUTHORITYFROM THE PERSON(S) AUTHORISED TO
APPROVE THE COMMITMENT UNDER Procedure 4.01.
Any contract or change order that has been approved in accordance with the required authority
levels as specified in the FINITVI Directives Procedure 4.01 may be ' signed as follows:
Fee Value less than USS2.0m [CNDS2m1 - Any one person from the List of Authorized
Persons to Sign may execute the contract.
Fee Value more than USS2.0m [CND$2m1 Any two people from the List of Authorized
Persons to Sign may execute the contract.
The list of persons authorized to sign on behalf of each HMM company is appended to this statement
of policy.
Authorized persons outside the relevant business unit must not sign unless satisfied that those who
should sign are absent and the matter cannot wait.
HMIVI. may use a system of electronic tendering which requires that some staff be given passwords to
allow them to enter protected databases and issue electronic instructions that commit HMM. Such
access rights do not imply that the individual has any authority to give the commitments. They-may
commit FIMM only when so instructed by staff that have the Required Authority under these
Procedures.
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2. Working outside North America
Working outside North America requires the prior approval of EIMMPresident and CEO. S ee
also, Procedure 4.02.
3 . Appropriate Company
in addition to acceptable contract terms, it is essential that the companyhas the necessarylicenses to
workin the S tate or Province involved. This mayrequire that the legal contract is with a particular
corporation within the structure of FiNdivl and that it is signed bya legallyauthorized Officer of that
corporation. This is a legal formalitythat should present no difficulties providing the approval
procedure has been followed as above in item I. Refer to procedure 4.03 Appropriate Company.
4. Also refer to additional project related Directives and Procedures:
4.04 Terms of Engagement
No workshould commence on anyproject until written terms of business have been established as
detailed in Procedure 4.04.
S pecial Types of Project Commitment
S pecial restrictions or procedures must be observed if the commitment involves or includes anyof the
matters covered byDirectives 4.05 to 4.1 9.
4.05 High Value Commitments - Procedure 4.05
4.06 High Liabilities - Procedure 4.06 .
4.07 Working as a Contractor or Developer - Procedure 4, 07
4.08 Fitness for Purpose - including certifications - Procedure 4.08
4.09 Liabilityfor Liquidated Damages - Procedure 4, 09
4.1 0 Joint Venture or Other Arrangement byWhich the Group is Liable for the Actions of Others -
Procedure 4.1 0
4.1 1 AnyS ignificant Uninsured Liability- Procedure 4.1 1
4.1 2 BankBonds - Procedure 4.1 2.
4.1 3 Parent CompanyGuarantee - Procedure 4.1 3 .
4.1 4 Environmental Risks - Procedure 4.1 4
4.1 5 Workat Unprofitable Fee levels - Procedure 4.1 5
4.1 6 Appointment as Engineer for the Works - Procedure 4.1 6
4.1 7 Restrictious on oilier Group Business Uoits - s Procedure 4.; -/
4.1 8 Investments - Procedure 4.1 8
4.1 9 Taking over S taff or Debts of Another Entity- Procedure 4.1 9 (Also refer to Directive 7.1 3 )
4.20 Integrated Management S ystem - Procedure 4.20.
4.21 Disclaimers on Drawings and Reports - Procedure 4.21 .
4.22 Insurance, Claims and Disputes - Procedure 4.22.
4.23 Project Records - Procedure 4.23 .
4.24 S ervices S upplied to the Group (sub-consultants etc) - Procedure 4.24
4.26 RiskManagement in Projects (procedure 4.26 1
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5. Secrecy, Non-disclosure and Confidentiality Agreements
5.1 Hatch Mott MacDonald Standard Secrecy, Non-disclosure and Confidentiality Agreement
The Unit Manager must authorize standard Hatch Mott MacDonald Secrecy, Non-disclosure and
Confidentiality Agreements. With explicit approval of the Unit Manager the agreement may be signed by
one ofthe signatories on the "list of Authorized Persons to Sign" for each FIMM company. The list is
appended to this statement of policy.
5.2 Non-standard Secrecy, Non-disclosure and Confidentiality Agreement
The EIMMG President and CEO, following prior receipt of legal review and acceptance, must authorize
all non-standard Secrecy, Non-disclosure and Confidentiality agreements. With explicit approval of the
HMMG President and CEO the agreement may be signed by one of the signatories on the "list of
Authorized Persons to Sign" for eachcompany. The list is appended to this statement of policy.
5.3 Legal Review
In order to execute an agreement a legal review of the document must have been undertaken in all
instances.
6. Facilities Leases
Any new commitments or renewals, including project offices where FIMM is a party to the lease must be
approved by a person with Authority Level 1 AND an Officer of Hatch Mott MacDonald Group. Leases
require to be executed by the relevant Unit Managing Director AND an Officer of Hatch Mott
MacDonald Group. Original signed lease documents shall be forwarded to the Legal department in Iselin,
NJ.
7. Employment Authorization
Employment may Gill into one of the following categories:
' Permanent' or ' atwhere employment is for an undefined period and the terms and conditions
reflect the ongoing nature of the employment;
Limited (or fixed term) contract: where the employment is for a defined period and the terms and
conditions are adjusted to reflect the limited period of employment. This will also apply to those
persons engaged as consultants who are not self-employed and anyone engaged post retirement;
Teiriptivary: employment for a period ' usually not exc.:et-cling three mouths; wirh teirms and conditions
adjusted accordingly.
Managers are required to submit and obtain signed approval on the appropriate staff requisition form prior
to commencement of recruitment.
All proposed non-standard terms of employment are to be submitted to the Director of Corporate Services
arid theliMMG President and CEO before being offered prospective employee e.g.:
Tide & Grades F and above
Notice Period
Bonus commitment ( Signing and or Contracted Bonus)
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S hare commitments
Vacation in excess of three weeks
Relocation
It is the employing manager's responsibilityto ensure that the potential employee holds all necessary
approvals/authorizations to worklegallyin the territoryconcerned.
S pecific authorization procedures are outlined in the table belowfor both staff requisition approval and
signing of offer letters.
All fi ures are in US S and CNDS
S taff up to grade Eand salary<$1 20, 000pa
Unit Managing Director
All staff with a salary> $1 20, 000pa or grade Fand above 1 -1 54-MQPresident &CEO
All potential employees, of whatever category, must be issued with a written employment letter detailing
the keyterms of their employment. All offers of employment must complywith standards issued bythe
FIRdepartment.
8. Relocation
When EIN,
IMrequests an employee to relocate, all or part of the costs of relocation maybe paid byHivIIVI
subject to the agreement bythe Unit Managing Director and the IIMMGPresident and CEO.
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List of Authorized Persons to Sign
Hatch Mott MacDonald Alabama, LLC
f/k/a CarlanK illam Consulting Group of Alabama, Inc. (Alabama 1986)
Hatch Mod MacDonald Architects, Inc.
f/k/a Paragon Engineering, Inc. (May 31, 2012)
Hatch Mott MacDonald E & P, Corp (Ontario, Canada 1997)
Hatch Mott MacDonald Florida, LLC
f/k/a CarlanK illam Consulting Group, Inc. (Florida 1970)
Hatch Mott MacDonald I&E, LLC
Vida Elson T. K illam Associates, Inc. (New Jersey 1957)
Hatch Mott MacDonald, LLC.
f/k/a Hatch Mott MacDonald T&T, Inc.
fik/a Hatch Mott MacDonald, Inc. (Delaware 1972)
Hatch Mott MacDonald Ltd. (Ontario, Canada 1995)
Hatch Mott MacDonald Massachusetts, LLC
Cik/a Mott MacDonald Inc. (Massachusetts 1988)
Hatch Mott MacDonald Michigan, LLC (Michigan 1999)
Hatch Mott MacDonald NYInc.
fik/a BAC K ilian' Inc. (New York 1910)
Hatch Mott MacDonald Operating Services, LLC
Pk/a K illam Management and Operational Services, Inc. (NJ 1990)
Engineering Northwest Ltd. (Ontario, August 30, 1995)
J.B. Trimble, Inc. (Georgia, June 8, 1970)
K eith B. Higgins & Associates, Inc. (California, April 10, 1986)
Richard P. Ar bet . Associates, Inc. (Colorado, March 17, 1981)
Michael McCarthy
Robert McLure
Chris Meal ing
Albert J. Mellini
Chris Metzger
Philip Murray
Thomas L. Patterson
John Pearson
Billy Perry
James POirier
Stephen Polen
Dirk Neiman
Anthony Purdon
Michael Schatz
Arthur Silber
David Skipper
Gary Snyder
Christopher Solecki
Randy Spence
Richard Steinhart
K evin Stovell
K urt StrObele
Cara Strom
Stephen Taylor
Daniel Tempelis
Nicolas Theberge
M. Joe Toolson
Martin Tourangeau
John Townsend
David Van Rensburg
J. Craig Velasquez
Michael Vitale
Richard Walker
James Walsh
David P. White
Richard
Larry Williamson
Brian Wolf
Lee W. Abramson
Richard Arber
Jon Barbalich
Charles Baxley
Berkeley Beard
Albert N. Beninato
Eric Betz
John Bianchini
Michael Broussard
K in Chow
James G. Coe
Jonathan Davies
Nicholas M. DeNiChilo
Martin Doble
Randall Essex
James Forster
Frank Frandina
Brian Garrod
Michael Gennaro
Glenda M. Gibson
Tomas Gregor
K eith Higgins
Nathan Higgins
Jeffrey T. Hilla
Douglas Hinton
G. Mark Hitchcock
K eith J. Howells
Dan Isom
David Jurich
K endall K ilpatrick
Eric K leinhenz
Colin Lawrence
Marco Levoyer
Michael Loehr
Robert Mainberger
Stephen Maass
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