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10132010CRA Agenda6. ADJOURN 01Y 0f HOME OF PELICAN ISLAND COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CRA) (CITY COUNCIL) AGENDA WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2010 5:45 PM CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 1225 MAIN ST, SEBASTIAN, FL 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 3. ROLL CALL 3 -4 4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES September 22, 2010 5. NEW BUSINESS 5 -69 A. Riverfront Parking Study RFP Contract Award to Outlier Planning (GMD Transmittal, Agreement, Exhibit A) HEARING ASSISTANCE HEADPHONES ARE AVAILABLE IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS FOR ALL GOVERNMENT MEETINGS. ANY PERSON WHO DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THIS MEETING WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE HEARD. (286.0105 F.S.) IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA), ANYONE WHO NEEDS A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION FOR THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY'S ADA COORDINATOR AT 589 -5330 AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE OF THIS MEETING. City Council Present: Mayor Richard H. Gillmor Vice -Mayor Jim Hill Council Member Andrea Coy Council Member Eugene Wolff Council Member Don Wright 4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 3 -9 A. July 28, 2010 Meeting 11 -14 B. August 11, 2010 Meeting QiY OF HOME OF PELICAN ISLAND COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CRA) (CITY COUNCIL) MINUTES WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2010 5:30 PM CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 1225 MAIN ST, SEBASTIAN, FL 1. Mayor Gillmor called the CRA meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. 2. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. 3. ROLL CALL Staff Present: City Manager, Al Minner City Attorney, Robert Ginsburg City Clerk, Sally Maio Deputy City Clerk, Jeanette Williams Finance Director, Ken Kiligore Deputy Police Chief, Greg Witt Police Captain, Bob Lockhart MIS Systems Analyst, Rob Messersmith MOTION by Ms. Coy and SECOND by Mr. Wolff to approve the July 28, 2010 minutes passed with a voice vote of 5 -0. MOTION by Ms. Coy and SECOND by Mr. Wolff to approve the August 11, 2010 minutes passed with a voice vote of 5 -0. Community Redevelopment Agency Meeting September 22, 2010 Page Two 5. NEW BUSINESS A. Public Hearing and Adoption of the FY 2010/2011 Community Redevelopment Budget 15-22 (Admin. Services Transmittal, Display Ad, CRA Resolution 10 -01) 6. Being no further business, Mayor Gillmor adjourned the CRA meeting at 6:37 p.m. Approved at the CRA meeting. Mayor Richard H. Gillmor, Mayor ATTEST: Sally A. Maio, MMC City Clerk City Manager Overview The City Manager said Council has gone through the CIP budget a number of times outlining goal for a couple of years ahead and the purpose of tonight is to formally adopt the CRA FY 2011 budget. ii. Public Comment There was none. iii. Adopt CRA Resolution 10 -01 A RESOLUTION OF SEBASTIAN COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CRA) ADOPTING A BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 2010 AND ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2011; MAKING FINDINGS; AUTHORIZING AMENDMENTS; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. MOTION by Vice -Mayor Hill and SECOND by Mr. Wright to approve Resolution 10 -01 adopting the CRA budget. The City Attorney read Resolution 10 -01 by title. Roll call as follows: AYES: ALL NAYS: NONE Passed 5 -0. 2 Subject: Award Riverfront Parking Study Ap ro for Submittal by: r Agenda No. Department Finance: Origin: G y` 4 City Attorney: City Clerk: er, City Manager Date Submitted: For: October October 6, 2010 13, 2010 Exhibits: Consulting Services Agreement, Exhibit A Scope of Services, Proposal from Outlier Planning EXPENDITURE REQUIRED: $27,325 AMOUNT BUDGETED: $30,000 APPROPRIATION REQUIRED: HOME OF PELICAN ISLAND AGENDA TRANSMITTAL SUMMARY The City issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for an evaluation of the Riverfront for current and future parking needs. The City received 13 responses total. You will note that two of the bids were in the $18,000 price range, but a review of each proposal lacked any substantive experience in conducting parking studies; Culpepper Terpening has a strong background in storm water and civil engineering, while Lucido appears to have a strong landscape architecture background. Most of the bids were in the $24,000 $28,000 price range, under the $30,000 targeted for this project. A review team composed of Al Minner, Rebecca Grohall, Wayne Eseltine, Jerry Converse, Jan King reviewed the thirteen proposals and selected the top four for responses for further consideration. These four are Walker Parking Consultants, Timothy Haas Engineering /Architects, Outlier Planning and Land Design Innovations, Inc. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Outlier Planning Walker Parking Consultants Timothy Haas Engineering /Arch. Land Design Innovations Stanley Consultants Calvin, Giordano and Assoc. Lassiter Transportation Group Lansing Melbourne Group GMB Engineers and Planners Lucido and Associates Culpepper Terpening The Integrity Group Rich and Associates West Palm Beach, FL Tampa, FL Miami, FL Maitland, FL West Palm Beach, FL West Palm Beach, FL Daytona Beach, FL Melbourne, FL Orlando, FL Stuart, FL Fort Pierce, FL Chagrin Falls, OH Southfield, MI $27,325.00 $24,540.00 $24,000.00 $28,647.00 $28,985.00 $29,162.50 $24,160.00 $24,980.00 $28,085.00 $17,865.00 $18,113.25 $27,420.00 $28,200.00 93 90 90 91 88 88 80 80 78 76 76 74 72 Ultimately, while both the Walker and Haas proposals had lower bids, an examination of the methodology showed that Outlier had proposed within their costs many items not included in the lower cost proposals. Examples of these differentials include: In studying the existing parking conditions, Walker proposed to conduct inventory on one day. The Outlier proposal offered a more detailed approach conducting inventory three times two weekdays and one weekend day. The Outlier proposal also offered significantly more public input, the proposal includes interviewing City Council (as well as staff) and interviews with stakeholders in the Riverfront. Additionally, Outlier will utilize the internet to post updates, drafts, and encourage feedback (similar to the EAR website wwww.sebastianEAR.com) this was not proposed in either the Walker or Haas proposals Also the Outlier Planning proposal includes presentation(s) to City Council, the Walker proposal specifically was limited to meetings only with Staff and overtly indicated that any presentation to the City Council would be billed extra. In general, Staff felt the Walker and Haas proposals "nickel and dimed" key aspects of the project while the Outlier proposal offered a more inclusive cost and offered transparency by posting drafts of the document, making the document and the consulting team more available to the general public. Furthermore, Outlier Planning has controlled costs and actually completed the EAR task approximately $1,500 under an already reduced budgeted amount. City staff felt confident that the final costs for Outlier could be similarly controlled resulting in a net savings on the offered cost. RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends Council approve the agreement with Outlier Planning Staff and authorize the City Manager to execute the attached Agreement. CONSULTING SERVICES AGREEMENT This AGREEMENT made this 13th day of October 2010, by and between the City of Sebastian, Florida (City), a Florida municipal corporation, 1225 Main Street, Sebastian, Florida 32958 and Outlier Planning, LLC (Consultant), a Florida limited liability company, 727 7 Way, West Palm Beach, Florida, 33407. WHEREAS, City desires to have Consultant provide consulting services for preparation of the update of the Riverfront Area Parking Study (Project) described in the "Scope of Project" below; and WHEREAS, Consultant agrees to provide the consulting services described in Exhibit "A under the terms and conditions of this Agreement; NOW THEREFORE, the City and Consultant do hereby mutually agree as follows: 1. SCOPE OF PROJECT. Consultant agrees to provide planning services under the terms and conditions described in Exhibit "A 2. TIME OF PERFORMANCE. This Agreement shall begin upon approval by City Council. The work product described above shall be completed by approximately December 25, 2010, unless completion is delayed by actions of the City or by circumstances beyond the control of either the City or Consultant. 3. REPORTS. Consultant agrees to provide to City progress reports on the Project upon request by the City. 4. COMPENSATION. The City will pay Consultant a not to exceed amount of $27,325.00 for all project tasks as outlined above. Page 1 of 6 Brandon Schaad, Principal Outlier Planning 727 7 Way West Palm Beach, FL 33407 5. CHANGES TO SCOPE. The City may, from time to time, require changes in the scope of the project of Consultant to be performed hereunder. Such changes, including any increase or decrease in the amount of Consultant's compensation and changes in the terms of this Agreement which are mutually agreed upon by and between City and Consultant shall be effective when incorporated in written amendment to this Agreement. 6. METHOD OF PAYMENT. Consultant shall invoice City at the completion of each Task of the work as outlined in Exhibit A. Invoices shall be processed in a timely manner and in accordance with City policies. 7. CONTACTS AND NOTICE. Brandon Schaad, Principal, will be designated as Project Coordinator for this project by Consultant to manage and supervise the performance of this Agreement on behalf of Consultant. Associated with the Project Coordinator will be staff members whose experience and qualifications are appropriate for this Project. Any change to the Consultant's project team is subject of the approval of the City. Rebecca Grohall, Growth Management Director of the City of Sebastian is the City's Project Manager. All notices to Consultant provided under or pursuant to this Agreement shall be in writing and delivered either by hand delivery or first class certified mail, return receipt requested to: Page 2 of 6 All notices to City provided under or pursuant to this Agreement shall be in writing and delivered either by hand delivery or first class certified mail, return receipt requested to: Al Minner, City Manager City of Sebastian 1225 Main Street Sebastian, FL 32958 8. TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT. The City at its sole discretion may terminate this Agreement with or without cause by giving Consultant ten (10) days' written notice of its election to do so and by specifying the effective date of such termination. The Consultant shall be paid for its services through the effective date of such termination. 9. NON DISCRIMINATION. Consultant shall comply with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 in that: No person in the United States shall on the grounds of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, age, political affiliation, beliefs, or disability be subject to discrimination under any program or activity which Consultant has agreed to undertake by and through the covenants and provisions set forth in this Agreement. There shall be no discrimination against any employee who is employed in the work covered by the Agreement, or against applicants for such employment, on said grounds. This provision shall include, but not be limited to the following: employment, upgrading, demotion, or transfer; recruitment or recruitment advertising; layoff or termination; rate of pay or other forms of compensation; and selection for training, including apprenticeship. 10. INTERESTS OF PARTIES. Consultant covenants that its officers, employees and shareholders have no interest and shall not acquire any interest, direct or indirect, which would conflict in any manner or degree with the performance of services required to be performed under this Agreement. Page 3 of 6 11. INDEMNIFICATION AND INSURANCE. Consultant agrees to protect, defend, indemnify and hold the City and its officers, employees and agents free and harmless from and against any and all losses, penalties, damages, settlements, costs, charges, professional fees or other expenses or liabilities of every kind and character arising out of or due to any negligent act or omission of Consultant or its employees in connection with or arising directly or indirectly out of this Agreement and /or the performance hereof. Without limiting its liability under this Agreement, Consultant shall procure and maintain the following insurance during the life of this Agreement professional liability insurance and this provision shall survive the termination of this Agreement. 12. PROPRIETARY MATERIALS; ACCESS TO RECORDS; RIGHTS TO DATA AND COPYRIGHT. All work performed by the Consultant in furtherance of this Agreement shall be, upon payment, the property of the City for all purposes including copyright. Consultant shall transfer, assign and make available to City all such work, property and materials in Consultant's possession, or in the possession of subcontractors, if any. This Agreement includes all paper a) Workers' compensation to meet statutory limits in the State of Florida and Employer's Liability with a limit of $100,000 for each accident, $500,000 disease (policy limit) and $100,000 disease (each employee). b) Commercial General Liability with a minimum combined single limit of $500,000 per occurrence for bodily injury and property damage. This is to include premises /operations, products /completed operations, contractual liability and independent contractors coverage. c) Business Auto Liability with a minimum combined single limit of $500,000 per occurrence for bodily injury and property damage. This is to include owned, hired and non -owned autos. d) Professional liability with a minimum limit of $500,000 per occurrence. e) The City is to be an additional insured on the commercial general liability and business liability policies. The City will be given 30 days notice prior to cancellation or modification of any insurance. Such notification shall be in writing by registered mail, return receipt requested and addressed to the Finance Director. It is the responsibility of the contractor to insure that all subcontractors comply with all insurance requirements. Page 4of6 and electronic copies of deliverables, including Word format copies of reports and similar materials; electronic copies of GIS files used to produce any project maps; and, all GIS data, including any produced by the Consultant, used to produce any project maps. 13. REMEDIES, OTHER THAN TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT, FOR DEFAULT AND BREACH; ATTORNEYS' FEES AND JURISDICTION. If Consultant is in default of this agreement, the City shall provide notice and ten (10) days to cure. If after notice and the cure period, the default has not been remedied, the City will consider the Consultant in breach. In the event of breach of this Agreement by either party, the other party shall have such administrative, contractual, or legal remedies as provided by this Agreement, the Code of Ordinances of the City of Sebastian, and the laws of the State of Florida. In the event that either party seeks to enforce this Agreement through attorneys at law, then the parties agree that each party shall bear its own attorneys' fees and costs, and that jurisdiction for any court action filed regarding this Agreement shall be in a court of competent jurisdiction in Indian River County, Florida. 14. GOVERNING LAW. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Florida. Page 5 of 6 the date first above written. ATTEST: Sally A. Maio, MMC City Clerk Attest for Outlier Planning Signature Printed Name: IN WITNESS WHEREOF, City and Consultant have executed this Agreement on Page 6 of 6 CITY OF SEBASTIAN, FLORIDA By: Al Minner, City Manager Approved as to form and legality for Reliance by the City of Sebastian only: Robert A. Ginsburg, City Attorney Outlier Planning, LLC By: Brandon R. Schaad, Principal The following sections identify the Consultant's scope of work and for the City of Sebastian's Riverfront Area Parking Study. The proposed fee schedule and deliverables for each phase: A. Work Plan Task 1: Project Start -Up ($975.00) EXHIBIT "A" SCOPE OF SERVICES The first task will consist of a project initiation meeting held with the involved City staff to introduce the Study Team, review and discuss the Study Scope and Work Plan, deliverables, contact lists and project schedule. The consultants will receive all relevant background documentation and data available for the conduct of the study (e.g. previous parking supply inventories, land use, previous reports, etc). Following this meeting, we will update the project Work Plan and schedule (that will serve to guide the remainder of the study); set up the study web site and notify Stakeholder Groups and the public with the Notice of Study Commencement. Deliverable: A finalized Work Plan and schedule will be completed that outlines the methods to be used and time to complete the various project tasks. Task 2: Background and Field Data Collection ($7,760.00) 2.1: Previous Studies The consultants will assemble, review, evaluate and summarize all relevant background documentation, best practices, mapping and other data provided by the City of Sebastian, as well as information acquired through independent research. This will include, but is not limited to the following: previous parking studies; transit routes and stop locations (existing and planned); traffic impact studies; City of Sebastian Comprehensive Plan and EAR; and CRA Master Plan. The consulting team will produce land use maps for the study area indicating parking generators and attractors will be clearly indicated. Parking inventory maps will be also be prepared that show the inventory of on- street parking and off street (public and private) parking facilities. The consultants will also review the City's Land Development Regulations to identify potential impacts related to the provision of additional Riverfront study area parking. Deliverables: A technical memorandum that outlines and summarizes all relevant background information assembled for this study including the development of land use and parking maps, review of existing parking and related policies. 2.2: Existing Parking Supply and Demand There are two basic data collection requirements; parking demand and parking supply. The consultants propose to survey the parking occupancy, which is measured by the amount of the parking supply occupied during the survey period. Parking lots that are 85 percent or more occupied usually appear full to motorists. Optionally, we can also analyze parking turnover, which is measured by the number of times in a day a parking stall is occupied by different vehicles. One important principle of parking planning is that the utilization of parking supply is maximized through turnover. Data collection and analysis related to turnover requires significantly more resources than occupancy studies, and is therefore included as an optional task for budget consideration. Our approach to collecting each of these components is detailed below: Parking Supply Inventory To determine the parking supply in the Riverfront study area, on- street and off street parking supply will be inventoried based on site observations and City data. For on- street parking, staff will record number of spaces on a block -by block basis. For off street parking, the parking supply inventory will include all municipal parking facilities, as well as major private facilities by contacting private owners or through City records. Actual user information from these facilities will be based on field studies. Collected parking data will be shown graphically on property data maps and /or annotated aerial photos. At the same time as our survey teams are inventorying on- street parking spaces, notes will be taken on parking restrictions and prohibitions, handicap parking spaces, abutting land use, roadway configurations and any obvious safety or operational concerns. We will also take a photo inventory of each zone or block, which will be put into a database for reference purposes. Parking Demand Inventory Parking occupancy surveys will be carried out for all on- street parking and off street municipal and private parking lots in the study area. Utilization surveys will be conducted during two weekdays and one weekend day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. to capture peak utilization. City input will be sought to determine the most appropriate days for the surveys. Surveys willgenerally be conducted every two hours for a minimum of twelve hours on weekdays, with decreased frequency of counts on weekends depending on demand. Vacant spaces will also be recorded. To increase the efficiency of this survey, we will prepare customized survey sheets for each lot showing the layout of spaces. A similar approach will be used for both off street and on- street parking. Combined with the parking supply information, the parking demand data will be used to calculate parking utilization, spare capacity and turn -over (optional). The same approach will be used for on- street occupancy surveys. Deliverables: A technical memorandum will be prepared with a parking profile summarizing the results of the existing parking supply and parking demand /occupancy inventories, and highlighting any remaining data gaps. The memorandum will focus on a simple tabular format and incorporate map -based summary graphics for display purposes. Map based summaries and descriptions of this will include availability of on- street and off street parking, parking prohibitions, disabled and permit parking locations, abutting property uses that may influence parking operations, roadway characteristics and safety and operational concerns. Task 3: Stakeholder Consultation and Public Input ($2,250.00) Stakeholder Interviews The consulting team will prepare a Stakeholder Input outline with questions to be answered by Riverfront stakeholders regarding parking supply and demand now and in the future. Outlier Planning and the City will organize interviews with the following key stakeholders, and additional stakeholders added to the list through the initial study initiation and notifi cation tasks: Five interviews with City Council members (at the discretion of each Council member); and Up to three interviews with key major employers business, retail, entertainment, institutional. For study budgeting purposes, we assume that a maximum of 8 stakeholder interviews be conducted over a two -day timeframe. Additionally, there will be ample opportunity for public input. To keep citizens informed and allow effective participation, project schedules and draft work products will continuously be posted to the project webpage, as well as paper copies of work products being made available at City Hall. These documents will always be made available such that citizens have sufficient time to study and provide feedback on them. Citizens will be encouraged to communicate directly with the Consultant about their questions, concerns, ideas, criticism or other feedback. Deliverables: A summary report will be prepared documenting the findings of each of these types of stakeholder consultation exercises and public input for review by City staff. Task 4: Projecting Future Parking Supply and Demand ($6,020.00) Over the next 15 years, parking demand and supply in Sebastian's Riverfront District will be impacted by population and employment changes, the type and extent of new development and redevelopment within the study area, and how transit and other initiatives may affect the demand for auto travel to and from the study area. The consultants will obtain information on two types of projects that will affect parking demand and supply: approved projects that have commenced or are expected to commence construction in 2010/2011; and planned projects that may be constructed within the next 10 years. An important consideration in the demand projections will be to distinguish between demand from new development projects vs. demand from Riverfront study area users in general. This is important since parking management strategies may involve more integration between public parking and private parking. Approved, planned and potential project information provided by the City will yield a set of land use types to be analyzed in the model. Next, peak parking generation rates will be assigned to each land use type. These rates will be derived from various sources including the publications `Parking Generation (Institute of Transportation Engineers ITE), `Shared Parking' (Urban Land Institute ULI), the City of Sebastian's parking regulations and previous parking studies completed in other communities by the Outlier Planning team. Deliverables: A section in the final report that outlines the methodology, assumptions and inputs used to estimate future parking supply and demand for day to day and peak season parking demands. The results of the future supply and demand estimate will be summarized in a tabular format. Task 5: Formulation of Alternatives and Recommendations ($5,420.00) 5.1 Recommendations for Parking Improvements Reviewing the results of the parking supply and demand estimates, Outlier Planning will summarize both existing and future (2020) parking demand versus supply. Since the future demand and supply analysis may identify the need for additional parking supply in the Riverfront area, we will identify alternative methods of supplying additional parking spaces. Beyond a "do nothing" alternative, we will evaluate the other alternatives /methods for parking offered, including the availability of land for purchase or lease, implementing restrictions to optimize the use of existing parking spaces, changes to Land Development Regulations and other alternatives as identified by the project team. Based on our knowledge of the study area, we expect the provision of additional on- street parking through reconfiguration of existing facilities to be a key recommendation. First, our analysis will evaluate alternatives that can improve the efficiency of the existing parking supply. Secondly, based on the outcome of our parking demand analysis, we will identify locations where additional parking supply is required in future years, taking into account where within the District such spaces are or will be needed. When these facilities are expected to be needed may also be a factor in recommendations, informing the development of shorter- and longer -term strategies. These could include streets that could accommodate more on- street parking and land where off street surface Tots and parking facilities could be implemented. While some parking facilities would likely be municipal -owned facilities, there may also be opportunities to work with private landowners to develop joint parking solutions. For example, a landowner that may be wishing to redevelop a site could provide additional parking over and above the required number of spaces by regulation, for which the City could share the cost or offer incentives such as density bonuses. Deliverable: A section in the final report that outlines the methodology, assumptions and inputs used to evaluate future parking supply alternatives. The results will be summarized in a tabular format. 5.2 Cost Analysis Cost analyses and preliminary order of magnitude estimates will be prepared for key recommendations, including capital costs for new infrastructure, as well as a cost and benefit analysis of feasible alternatives. In addition, we will ensure that the operational issues that accompany the alternatives will be outlined in the analysis. Deliverable: A section in the final report that presents the findings of the cost analyses and estimates, as outlined above. Task 6: Preparation of Study Report Presentations ($4,900.00) Technical memorandums, status reports and documentation from Tasks 2 through 5, and input received from Stakeholders, the general public and the CRA will form the Draft Riverfront Sebastian Parking Improvement Plan for the City's review. The initial focus of the Plan will be on the location and configuration of additional on- street parking opportunities in the study area. The findings and recommendations of the revised draft report will be presented for comment at a City Council meeting. The report will be revised to address and incorporate the Council, staff and stakeholder comments where appropriate and will be finalized for approval. Following approval, the Project Team will prepare and submit the Final Parking Study Report. Deliverables: The draft and final Riverfront Sebastian Parking Improvement Plan. B. Consultant's Continuous Services: The following services will be provided throughout the project duration: 1. Project Website A project website will be created and maintained to serve as an information resource for Sebastian residents and other interested parties. The project website will include a calendar of important project dates, details of the ways that residents can provide feedback throughout the process and receive regular updates (i.e. Twitter and Facebook notifications); and, all deliverables posted online in pdf format for interested citizens and review and provide feedback. 2. Citizen Education Outlier Planning is dedicated to making planning understandable to the layman. We believe that this knowledge empowers citizens to better participate in their government. Therefore, Outlier personnel encourage Sebastian citizens and residents to talk directly with us about planning issues or any questions they have about this project. We are available through many different means of communication, including personal meetings by appointment at no extra charge. City of Sebastian, Florida RIVERFRONT PARKING SURVEY Because good enough, just isn't good enough. Submitted to City of Sebastian, Florida Submitted by: Outlier Planning with IBI Group, Inc. September 21, 2010 City of Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey ZO TABLE OF CONTENTS Riverfront Parking Survey, Sebastian Florida TABLE OF CONTENTS Cover Letter 1. Company Background 1 2. Firm Qualifications 2 3. Team Qualifications 4 4. Methodology Fees 24 5. References 30 6. Appendices 31 Proposal by: Outlier Planning i (561) 972 -8147 City of Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey September 21, 2010 Mr. Al Minner, City Manager City of Sebastian 1225 Main Street Sebastian, FL 32958 Re: RFP Riverfront Parking Survey Mr. Minner: Outlier Planning, LLC on behalf of ourselves and our subconsultants, IBI Group, Inc., would like to thank you for the op- portunity to submit this proposal to prepare the Sebastian Riverfront Parking Study. The Outlier Team has the right experience, the right expertise and the right approach to help Sebastian achieve its rede- velopment goals in the Riverfront area by thoroughly addressing the issue of parking. The location, design and quantity of parking have crucial implications for land use, transportation and urban design. At the same time, motorists and landown- ers /business owners have important needs to consider. Proper balancing of these factors to achieve practical, affordable solutions is critical to the success of the Riverfront District. The Outlier Team includes planners and traffic engineers with many years of experience with parking studies and related projects. For example, members of this project team recently completed the parking study for downtown Stuart. We are also familiar with Sebastian. Both Outlier Planning and IBI Group (as predecessor organization Rhon Ernest -Jones Con- sulting Engineers) are currently working in Sebastian or have worked for the City in the past, giving our team a "leg -up" in understanding the City and its needs. Outlier Planning's current work on the City's Evaluation and Appraisal Report (EAR) and updating the CRA Master Plan has meant gaining a great deal of insight into the City's overall condition, issues and ambitions, as well as a more detailed picture of redevelopment efforts in the Riverfront area. As always, Outlier Planning's innovative approach means you get more for less. Our services include a project webpage where citizens can stay informed and download work products; unlimited time devoted to citizens /stakeholders to answer questions and discuss comments or ideas; and, easy and convenient access to Principal and Project Manager Brandon Schaad. And our fees are guaranteed. The Outlier Team look forward to the opportunity to express our ideas, approach and enthusiasm to assist the City of Se- bastian with this important assignment. Thank you for considering the Outlier Team, because good enough, just isn't good enough. Sincerely, www.OutlierPlannin,g. Brandon R. Schaad,AICP, LEED®AP, Principal 561.972.8147 BSchaad @OutlierPlanning.com Because good enough, just isn't good enough. OUTLIER PLANNING 727 7th Way West Palm Beach, FL 33407 561.972.8147 Proposal by: Outlier Planning l (561) 972 -8147 I City of Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey ii PART 1 Company Background COMPANY BACKGROUND Because good enough, just isn't good enough. Outlier Planning: Outlier Planning was recently begun by experienced Florida planner Brandon Schaad, AICP, LEED® AP. As our name suggests, we are different than other planning consultants. We aim to take advantage of fresh thinking, the latest technology and eagerness to innovate to create a more client- centered consulting practice, giving our clients more, more affordably than possible with traditional, old -style planning firms. Firm Principal Brandon Schaad, AICP, LEED®AP has vast and deep experience with the Florida Growth Management system and planning in Florida, but also brings a broader perspective, hav- ing done significant planning and development work around the United States. 1Bl Group, inc IBI Group is an international, multi disciplinary consulting practice founded in 1974. IBI began offering consulting services in Florida through the merger of five long- established companies: CCL Consultants, Inc.; Tomasino and Associates, Inc.; Scharf and Associates, Inc.; The RMPK Group, Inc.; and, Rhon -Emest Jones Consulting Engineers, Inc. With over 100 employees lo- cated throughout Florida, the IBI Group, Inc. offers public, private and institutional clients timely and cost effective solutions in a comprehensive manner with its integrated style. IBI's Florida offices offer services in Planning, Civil/Transportation Engineering, Urban Design, Surveying/ Mapping, Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Park Planning Design. IBI personnel have completed many parking studies in Florida at the site, district and jurisdiction level. Proposal by: Outlier Planning 1 (561) 972 -8147 I City of Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey 1 PART 2 Firm Qualifications FIRM QUALIFICATIONS The Outlier Team has the right combination of experience, expertise and approach for the Se- bastain Riverfront Parking Study. Both Outlier Planning and IBI Group (as predecessor orga- nization Rhon Ernest -Jones Consulting Engineers) are currently working in Sebastian or have worked for the City in the past, giving our team a "leg -up" in understanding the City and its needs. Outlier Planning's current work on the City's Evaluation and Appraisal Report (EAR) and updating the CRA Master Plan has meant gaining a great deal of insight into the City's overall condition, issues and ambitions, as well as a more detailed picture of redevelopment efforts in the Riverfront area. IBI Group and its personnel have completed many parking studies, including dozens in Florida (more details in the "Team Qualifications" section of this Proposal). For example, IBI Group recently completed the Downtown Stuart parking study. This work was completed in March 2010, and the project contact is Teresa Lamar Sarno, AICP (phone: 772 283 -2532; email: tlamar- sa m o@ ci. stu a rt.fl. u s Additionally, the Outlier Team can bring the multi disciplinary expertise of a large and well -es- tablished consulting firm to bear on this project, while the City can also enjoy the benefits of C7) Proposal by: Outlier Planning I (561) 972 -8147 City of Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey 2 LY PART 2 Firm Qualifications Outlier Planning's nimble, efficient and innovative business model including easy and convenient access to firm Principal and project manager Brandon Schaad, repeatedly proven ability to deliver on promises and meet deadlines and efficiencies that allow us to offer better services at a lower cost, among others. The right technical expertise, the right background and the right approach make the Outlier Team the right choice to complete this Parking Study and help Sebastian meet its ambitions for the Riverfront area. Proposal by: Outlier Planning 1 (561) 972 -8147 1 City of Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey 3 PART 3 Team Qualifications TEAM QUALIFICATIONS PROJECT MANAGER. The Project Manager for the Sebastian Riverfront Parking Study will be firm Principal Brandon Schaad, AICP, LEED®AP, based in Outllier Planning's West Palm Beach office. Outlier Planning includes Accountability as one of its core principles. We have sought to increase accountability by making the project as open and transparent as possible to members of the public. From en- suring that deliverables are made available online and at City Hall for public review and comment to allocating unlimited time to personal discussions with City residents about planning issues and this project in particular, from the array of low -tech and high -tech means we make available for Sebastian residents to provide comments, criticisms, concems and ideas to us throughout the project, Outlier not only facilitates but insists on increased accountability through increased trans- parency. We are open to other accountability measures as may be suggested by the City. Just as we will be accessible to the residents of Sebastian throughout the process of formulating parking solutions for Sebastian's Riverfront, we will provide a superior level of accessibility to the City. As a small firm, our workload will be kept limited to ensure this. The project manager, Bran- don Schaad, can be available to travel to Sebastian for a face -to -face meeting nearly any day with one day notice. Alternatively, we prefer to use other means of communication when possible Proposal by: Outlier Planning I (561) 972 -8147 1 City of Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey 4 PART 3 Team Qualifications PROJECT ORGANIZATIONAL CHART City of Sebastian City Council City Staff Outlier Planning, LLC Brandon Schaad, AICP, LEED AP Firm Principal, Project Manager Alan L. Tinter, P.E. Craig L. Bencz, AICP Senior Transportation Engineer Senior Project Planner Dennis J. Miller Senior Project Engineer IBI Group, Inc. Irma Matos Project Planner Bankim Kalra, AICP Project Planner Proposal by: Outlier Planning 1 (561) 972 -8147 1 City of Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey PART 3 Team Qualifications both to minimize costs for our clients and to be better stewards of the environment. In addition to more traditional means of commu- nication such as phone or email, we can also make use of more ad- vanced solutions such as Twitter and videoconferencing via Skype. However, while the choice of communication media depends upon the client's preferences and abilities, our level of accessibility to the City will always be superior. WORKLOAD Outlier Planning, LLC The firm's workload currently consists of the EAR project and CRA Master Plan Update project for the City of Sebastian (both near- ing completion), permitting /entitlement assistance to the Town of Southwest Ranches related to the new Town Hall, and mapping or other minor projects. Firm personnel have more than the neces- sary hours available to complete this project. 181 Group, Inc. IBI personnel who may work on this project have the following pro- jected utilization rates for time period of this project: Craig Bencz: 60% utilized, 40% capacity Alan Tinter: 65% utilized, 35% capacity Bankim Kalra: 50% utilized, 50% capacity Dennis Miller: 40% utilized, 60% capacity Irma Matos: 45% utilized, 55% capacity IBI Group has more than adequate capacity to begin work on the project immediately. Any unanticipated workload demands are eas- ily addressed through our strong network of professionals through- out Florida. KEY EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE The resumes on the following pages show the qualifications of the personnel who will be directly responsible for the completion of project work. Proposal by: Outlier Planning I (561) 972 -8147 I City of Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey 6 RESUME Brandon R. Schaad, AICP, LEED®AP PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Outlier Planning LLC, West Palm Beach, FL Principal Wallace, Roberts Todd (WRT), Coral Gables, FL Senior Planner City and County of Denver, Denver, CO Senior Development Project Coordinator Iler Planning Group, Palm Beach Gardens, FL Senior Planner Palm Beach County Planning Division, West Palm Beach, FL Senior Planner Planner H Planner I EDUCATION M.A., University of Toledo (geography and planning) B.A., University of Rio Grande (history) SELECTED PROJECTS O Redevelopment Planning Florida City CRA Budgeting, Staff Support, Florida City, FL Sebasttan_CRA Master Plan 2Q10 Update, Sebastian, FL Economic Development Planning Florida City Economic Development Element (primary author), Florida City, FL Sebastian Economic Development Element (primary author, in- progress), Sebastian, FL Warren County Economic Development Element (primary author), Warren County, KY Celina Economic Development Element (contributor), Celina, TX Comprehensive Planning/Plan Amendments (Florida) Scripps Research Institute, Palm Beach County, FL Callery-Judge Grove Proposed New Town, Palm Beach County, Florida Biotech Research Protection Overlay (BRPO), Palm Beach County, FL Florida City EAR -Based Amendments, Florida City, FL Medley EAR -Based Amendments, Medley, FL Palmetto EAR -Based Amendments, Palmetto, FL Davie EAR -Based Amendments, Davie, FL Southwest Ranches EAR -Based Amendments, Southwest Ranches, FL Comprehensive Planning (Outside Florida) Focus 2030 Comprehensive Plan, Warren County/Bowling Green, KY Celina by Choice Comprehensive Plan, Celina, TX St. Charles 2030 Comprehensive Plan, St. Charles Parish, LA Evaluation and Appraisal Reports (EARs) City of Lake Worth City of Florida City Town of Medley City of Sebastian (in- progress) Developments of Regional Impact (DRIs) Led Palm Beach County's review of municipal DRIs, DRI amendments, status reports, etc. Scripps Research Institute /Mecca Farms DRI, Palm Beach County, FL Callery-Judge Grove DRI, Palm Beach County, FL Vavrus Ranch DRI, Palm Beach Gardens, FL Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Created a new GIS for the Village of Swanton, OH Successfully led project to create a GIS layer for identifying where comprehensive sign plans were in effect in the jurisdiction of the City and County of Denver, Denver, CO Expert in the use of GIS in planning projects, including demographic/economic research and analysis, environmental research and analysis and creating high quality maps Planning Studies /Neighborhood Planning Lox Road Land Use Study, Palm Beach County, FL Westem Northlake Corridor Land Use Study, Palm Beach County, FL Homestead Northwest Neighborhood Plan, Homestead, FL Urban Design /Site Planning Cove Shopping Center Master Plan, Deerfield Beach, FL Zoning /Land Development Codes Homestead Zoning Code Update, Homestead, FL City and County of Denver, Denver, CO Expert Witness /Analysis Southem /Jog Land Use Amendment Expert Analysis, Palm Beach County, FL Continental Park Proposed Development Expert Analysis, Miami -Dade County, FL Grove Bay /Mercy Hospital Proposed Development Expert Analysis, Miami, FL Briny Breezes Comprehensive Plan Amendments, Briny Breezes, FL South Florida Auto Auction Development Order Revocation Expert Analysis, Miami Gardens, FL Outlier Planning 1 (561) 972 -8147 1 www.OutlierPlanning.com 181 GROUP RESUME ALAN L. TINTER, P.E. Managing Principal Traffic Engineering IBI Group Mr. Tinter has over 37 years of service in providing transportation expertise to both private and public clients. Services included the preparation of parking and traffic studies; the completion of traffic engineering plans, such as signalization, lighting (both standard highway lighting and high -mast lighting), channelization, pavement marking and signing plans; development of signal system Master Plans; and preparation of plans for Variable Message Signs. He has provided expert witness testimony to clients to present findings to governmental agencies, including Planning and Zoning Boards, City Commissions, County Commissions, Administrative Hearings, Courts and other regulatory bodies. Court testimony, in addition to Eminent Domain related projects, has included, amongst other issues, growth management/concurrency issues, accident related traffic engineering issues, and development related traffic and parking issues. Mr. Tinter also has experience in the production of plans and specifications for a variety of traffic operation projects; preparation of traffic impact reports for various developments; completion of studies conceming traffic conditions in downtown areas, including Traffic Circulation Elements for Comprehensive Plans; and involved with data collection, communication analysis and intersection designs for signal systems. Mr. Tinter has been involved in a variety of eminent domain projects, including work on behalf of FDOT on Okeechobee Blvd. in Palm Beach County and Hallandale Beach Blvd., Dixie Highway and State Road 7 in Broward County. Mr. Tinter has also provided similar expertise on behalf of private property owners who were impacted by the acquisition of property on behalf of a condemning authority. He has been qualified as a traffic engineering Expert Witness in Broward, Miami -Dade, Palm Beach, and Orange Counties. Representative Experience Among the broad range of projects on which Mr. Tinter has played a key role are the following: Land's End Boca Raton Florida Project Principal for analysis of the traffic impact between a residential development and a proposed medical office building of residential streets. Phillips Industrial Park, Dania Beach Florida Project Principal for the analysis of impact of potential FDOT property acquisition on planned site improvements, prior to actual completion of acquisition plans by FDOT and assisted with negotiations between FDOT to facilitate the advanced acquisition. Ocean Waves Beach Resort Fort Lauderdale, Florida Project Principal for analysis of anticipated operating conditions of the adjacent intersections and roadways to determine the traffic related impacts of the proposed development of a 116 -room luxury hotel. Pembroke Pines City Center, Pembroke Pines Florida Traffic Analysis for land use plan, plat, and site plan approval. Identification of needed traffic improvements and design of traffic control devices. Profile EDUCATION M.S. Management Engineer, University of Bridgeport, 1981 B.Sc. Civil Engineering, University of Connecticut, 1971 EXPERIENCE 2008 to date E -JT /IBI A Division of IBI Group, Inc., Coral Springs, Florida, Managing Principal Traffic Engineering 2007 2008 Ernest -Jones Tinter, Transportation Planners Traffic Engineers, Coral Springs, Florida, Division President 1985 2007 Tinter Associates, Inc., Fort Lauderdale, Florida, President and Owner 1981 -1985 Craven Thompson Associates, Inc., Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Vice President 1979 -1981 Mid -South Engineering, Inc., Lauderdale -by- the -Sea, Florida, Principal traffic Engineer 1978 -1979 Frederick R. Harris, Inc., Stamford, Connecticut, Senior Traffic Engineer 1975 -1978 Town of Greenwich, Connecticut, Town Traffic Engineer 1973- 1975 Morton S. Fine Associates, Inc., Bloomfield, Connecticut, Traffic Engineer 1971 -1973 Connecticut Department of Transportation, Wethersfield, Connecticut, Engineer Intern IBI GROUP www.ibigroup.com IBI GROUP RESUME ALAN L.TINTER, P.E. Riverside Hotel, Fort Lauderdale Florida Performed Traffic Impact analysis using FSUTMS modeling software and Synchro software for site plan approval of mixed -use development to include a 135 -room, 40,000 sf luxury hotel expansion. Wiles -Coral Ridge, Coral Springs Florida Analysis of anticipated operating conditions on the adjacent roadways to determine the traffic related impacts of the Land Use Plan Amendment (LUPA). The analysis also includes identifying the roadway improvements to mitigate the impact of the proposed development and determine the corresponding impact fee. Jacaranda Country Club Plantation Florida Analysis of anticipated operating conditions on the adjacent roadways to determine the traffic related impacts of the Land Use Plan Amendment (LUPA). Deerfield Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Deerfield Beach Florida Analysis of transportation impacts anticipated from mixed -use land use plan amendment rezoning and site plan amendment for a Transit Oriented Development. Bank Atlantic Center Sunrise Florida Preparation of pre- and post -event traffic flow plans to assist on -site parking personnel and the police department. Study primary purpose was to minimize cross parking between major regional retail center and sports arena, and to minimize pedestrian traffic between two facilities across a major roadway serving both venues. Miscellaneous Traffic Engineering Services Aventura Florida Traffic engineering services to identify needed improvements in congested corridors in association with major and minor development projects, and as part of review for two major Developments of regional Impact, one within the City limits and one outside the City limits, but impacting City roadways. Crystal Lakes Water Park Deerfield Beach Florida Analysis of anticipated operating conditions of the adjacent intersections and roadways to determine the traffic related impacts of the proposed redevelopment of golf course to a water theme park. Emmerson Commercial Corridor Study St. Lucie County Florida Analysis of the anticipated operating conditions on adjacent roadway segment for both existing and Long Range Transportation Plan (2030), through the use of the Florida Standard Urban Transportation Model Structure (FSUTMS). The analysis also included identification of the potential roadway improvements to bring the operational performance to acceptable standards and determine the proportionate fair share of the proposed development. Broward County Charter School Fort Lauderdale Florida Design of School Zone Flashers and analysis of Site Circulation for a proposed Broward County school. Paseo del Mar, Fort Lauderdale Florida Completed Traffic Impact Study for review and approval by the City of Ft. Lauderdale traffic engineering staff and provided Traffic Engineering services for off -site roadway improvements to facilitate the proposed development based on FDOT Access Management Standards. Sanctuary Plat Southwest Ranches Florida During platting process, provided analysis of impacts for proposed municipal office site in order to address Broward County's Land Development Regulations, specifically those related to Concurrency requirements. Page 2 of 5 Profile REGISTRATION Registered Professional Engineer Florida 28405 (1979) Connecticut 100291976) PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Institute of Transportation Engineers, Fellow American Society of Civil Engineers, Member National Society of Professional Engineers Florida Engineering Society IBI GROUP www.ibigroup.com IBI GROUP RESUME ALAN L.TINTER, P.E. Garden Walk Coconut Creek Florida Analysis of anticipated operating conditions on the adjacent roadways to determine the traffic related impacts of the Land Use Plan Amendment (LUPA). The analysis also includes identifying the transit and /or roadway improvements to mitigate the impact of the proposed development and determine the corresponding impact fee. Circle Site Lauderhill Florida Analyzed potential impact of property acquisition, to accommodate access to new school, on residential property. Analysis included access evaluation, as well as impact on circulation and parking on the residential property. Emergency Evacuation Plan Marco Island Florida Using standard traffic engineering modelling techniques (primarily FSUTMS), analyzed traffic patterns to evacuate this island community in the event of a major emergency, such as a hurricane. Additional Experience In addition to the above described projects, Mr. Tinter has provided traffic engineering services for a myriad of other projects, including: Traffic Impact Analyses Las Olas City Centre Fort Lauderdale Westside Regional Medical Center Plantation One West Las Olas Office Building Ft. Lauderdale Everglades Corporate Center— Sunrise Cortez Hotel Ft. Lauderdale Elad Hotel Ft. Lauderdale Jupiter Medical Center Jupiter One Plantation Place Plantation Henry Square Ft. Lauderdale Block 55, Hollywood Circle Hollywood Parking Studies Sunrise Harbor Ft. Lauderdale Magnolia Shoppes Coral Springs Holy Cross Hospital Fort Lauderdale Beach Place Fort Lauderdale The Fountains Plantation Boca Grand Boca Raton Townsend Place Boca Raton Cafe Emunah Ft. Lauderdale Medical Office Building Ft. Lauderdale Signal Systems Analyses University Drive Davie University Drive Sunrise Page 3 of 5 IBI GROUP www.ihigroup.com IBI GROUP RESUME ALAN L.TINTER, P.E. Signal Warrant Analyses Pines Boulevard at Westfork Plaza Pembroke Pines State Road 7 at N.W. 4th Street Plantation Federal Highway at Holy Cross Hospital Entrance Fort Lauderdale Nob Hill Road at Hawks Landing Boulevard Plantation Las Olas Boulevard at S.E. 5th Avenue Fort Lauderdale Panther Parkway at National Car Rental Center Sunrise Federal Highway at Imperial Point Hospital Ft. Lauderdale Driveway Access Studies University Lakes Shopping Center Miami Storage World Fort Lauderdale The Preserve at Coconut Creek Coconut Creek Ocean Grande Hillsboro Beach Boulevard Square Pembroke Pines Lakewood Commercial Margate Developments of Regional Impacts Chapel Trail Pembroke Pines Huntington Miramar Santa Fe Pembroke Pines Tampa Palms Tampa Land Use Plan Amendment Jacaranda Section 5 Plantation Garden Walk Coconut Creek Wiles /Coral Ridge Coral Springs Broken Woods Coral Springs Jacaranda Country Club Plantation Traffic Signal Design Broadway S.R. 5 West Palm Beach Panther Parkway at Bank Atlantic Center Sunrise Flamingo Road at Oakland Park Boulevard Sunrise Oakland Park Boulevard at N.W. 64 Avenue Sunrise Bonaventure Boulevard at 3 Village Boulevard Weston Indian Trace at I- 75 /S.R. 84 Weston Arvida Parkway at I- 75 /S.R. 84 Weston Arvida Parkway at Meadows Road Weston Griffin Road at S.W. 31 Avenue Dania Pines Boulevard at West 168 Avenue Pembroke Pines N.W. 33` Avenue at N.W. 19 Street Fort Lauderdale State Road 7 (U.S. 441) at Regency Lakes Boulevard Coconut Creek Boynton Beach Boulevard at Industrial Drive Boynton Beach Expert Witness Testimony Page 4 of 5 IBI GROUP www.ibigroup.com IBI GROUP RESUME ALAN L.TINTER, P.E. Becker Road R/W Acquisition West Palm Beach University SC /Pedestrian Overpass Miami Hialeah NE 138 Street Hialeah G &G Marine Ft. Lauderdale FDOT v. D &B Parcel 108 Okeechobee /St. Lucie Counties Red Road Parcel 113 Miami -Dade County Miami -Dade School Board v. LMD Miami MSB Site HHH -1 Miami Collier Boulevard Collier County Miami -Dade School Board v. FDOT 1-395 Miami -Dade County G: \BusDevel\Resumes \IBI Format \Traffic\ZTV tinter- a_traffic- 2008- 06- 13.doc Page 5 of 5 IBI GROUP www.ibigroup.com IBI GROUP RESUME BANKIM KALRA, AICP Senior Planner Mr. Kalra has over 8 years of diverse experience working with public planning agencies, international development organizations and private sector consultants. With a background in architectural design and an urban planning concentration in economic development, Mr. Kalra has developed unique skills that encompass various aspects of the development process: from concept visualization to planning, urban design, capital improvements programming, and economic analysis. As a senior planner with IBI Group Florida, Mr. Kalra's current responsibilities are focused around overall project coordination including: assisting with day -to -day management and work on all tasks in a project; conducting background research and GIS analysis; developing planning and urban design concepts; attending client meetings and public presentations; addressing client requests related to technical concems; production of graphics; and preparing final planning reports. Representative Experience Downtown Transportation and Parking Improvements Plan City of Stuart, Florida- Coordinated and prepared a transportation and parking master plan for the downtown business district for the City of Stuart CRA. The study included conducting an existing supply and demand analysis and to propose strategies that will address issues related to downtown's existing and future parking requirements. The project incorporated substantial stakeholder participation as the foundation to develop a comprehensive set of strategies addressing the influence of factors such as traffic circulation, access to transit, urban design, and parking management policies on downtown's parking system. Broad River Road Corridor Master Plan, Central Midlands Council of Governments, South Carolina- IBI Group is currently working with the Central Midlands Council of Governments (CMCOG) and Richland County in South Carolina to perform a land use and transportation study along a 5.6 mile long transportation corridor- Broad River Road. The intent of this study is to examine capacity enhancements, intersection improvements, congestion management, and transit services. This study also focuses on identifying revitalization strategies for the residential neighborhoods and strip commercial development located along the corridor. One of the key elements driving this study is the integration of transit oriented development (TOD) principles and practices that to enhance the safety, security, and efficiency of the transportation system with land use development strategies. Serving as the Senior Planner and Urban Designer on this project, Mr. Kalra's specific role in this project includes: project management, team coordination, inventory and analysis, GIS mapping, concept visualization, community workshop facilitation, drafting master plan narrative, formulating implementation strategies, and production of final deliverables. Pasco County Ongoing Planning and Design Services (2009), Pasco County, Florida- In February 2009, the Board of County Commissioners of Pasco County directed the County staff to retain IBI Group to assist in the preparation of a strategic master plan for the areas of Trilby, Lacoochee, and Trilacoochee Area. The Lacoochee Trilby Strategic Planning Area is a 2.5 square -mile area located in the northeast section of Pasco County, distinguished by scenic views of agricultural and rural landscapes. The challenge in this project was balancing the community's vision of protecting and preserving the rural character with the need to promote development in a tough economic environment. The Plan hinges on the Profile EDUCATION Bachelor of Architecture, Sushant School of Art and Architecture, Gurgaon, India, 2001 Master of Urban Planning, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2005 EXPERIENCE May 2007 to date IBI Group Inc., Sarasota, FL, Senior Urban Planner 2005.2007 RMPK Group, Sarasota, FL, Urban Planner 2005 Jacobsen Daniels Associates, Ann Arbor, MI, Intern Aviation Planner 2000 2002 Auroville's Future, Auroville, India, Urban Planner/ Architect CERTIFICATION AICP 022226 MEMBERSHIPS American Planning Association Amercan Institute of Certified Planners Urban Land Institute Congress for New Urbanism COMPUTER SKILLS ArcGIS, AutoCAD, Adobe Suite InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Microsoft Office Suite IBI GROUP www.ibigroup.com IBI GROUP RESUME 3A Page 2 of 4 1, 1114 1?: A P_ R A fundamental philosophy of creating self- sufficient neighborhoods characterized by interconnected community planning systems of transportation corridors, surrounded by a diversity of housing types, services, amenities and local employment opportunities. Mr. Kalra served as the senior planner and project coordinator for this project. Downtown Master Plan (2009), City of Panama City, Florida- The Panama City Community Redevelopment Agency undertook numerous projects between 2000 and 2009 to enhance the urban design quality and business climate of the redevelopment area. Unfortunately, in recent years, broad economic trends have restrained private investment in the area. IBI Group was retained by the Panama City CRA to translate the community's vision into an organized series of implementation strategies that will help the Agency make informed decisions in achieving its goal to make downtown a vibrant and economically sustainable urban neighborhood. Mr. Kalra served as project coordinator and lead designer for the development of a comprehensive master plan and urban design strategy for this project. Downtown North Master Plan (2009), City of Panama City, Florida- IBI Group was retained to develop a Redevelopment Master Plan for a 1,100 acre sector situated north of the historic downtown core. The Downtown North Redevelopment Plan was a direct result of a "blight" study conducted by IBI Group that confirmed an overwhelming presence of declining physical, economic, and social conditions that were a threat to the overall health of the community. The neighborhoods had experienced stagnant growth in terms of population and new investment over the last two decades and were plagued with serious socio- economic issues such as: a high percentage of single- mothers, high poverty rates, over fifty percent of the housing stock was in a deteriorated condition, and a high percentage of youth with low educational attainment levels. During the eight -month community based planning process, IBI Group worked with over 200 residents and stakeholders to develop a market -based community vision. The end product included a comprehensive documente that detailed strategies for capacity building such as transition to Green Jobs, creation of a Business Assistance Center to assist the youth, working with national and local chains to attract a grocery store in the neighborhood. Mr. Kalra served as the project coordinator and lead planner on this project. Downtown Master Plan (2038)- City of Tavares, Florida- IBI Group was retained by the City of Tavares to develop a revitalization plan for the 400 -acre district encompassing the City's downtown CRA district. The master plan's goal was to propose development patterns that support densification of the city's urban core, as well as encouraging the creation of a vibrant mixed -use environment in anticipation of the arrival of the commuter rail in Central Florida. The end product included a comprehensive document that proposed detailed recommendations related to land use and housing, urban design, circulation and multimodal transportation options, economic development, historic preservation, and recreation along the downtown's exceptional Lake Dora waterfront. Mr. Kalra, serving as the senior planner and urban designer on this project, provided assistance in all aspects of the project including: day -to -day management, team coordination, inventory and analysis, writing reports, formulating implementation strategies, and production of final deliverables. The project was awarded the 2009 Best Planning Study Award by the Florida Redevelopment Association. PUBLICATIONS 101 Indian City Profiles, Asia Urbs Program, City Networking for Sustainable Development and Human Unity, Auroville's Future, India AWARDS Florida Redevelopment Association 2009 Best Planning Study Award: Downtown Master Plan, City of Tavares, Florida. (IBI Group and City of Tavares) APA Florida 2007 Award of Excellence: U.S. 1 Corridor Master Plan, City of Titusville (IBI Group and City of Titusville) APA Florida Suncoast Section 2007 Award of Excellence- Greater Childs Park Strategic Planning Initiative (IBI Group with City of St. Petersburg) Michigan APA 2005 Best Student Project of the Year: New Directions for Vehicle City: A Framework for Brownfield Reuse. (Team effort, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor) PUBLIC SPEAKING City Networking for Sustainable Development and Human Unity, Auroville, India, January 27, 2003 IBI GROUP www.ibigroup.com IBI GROUP RESUME E =i•11M KALRA Greater Childs Park Strategic Master Plan (2007), City of St. Petersburg, Florida- The Greater Childs Park Area (GCPA) is a 2.5 square mile area, located west of the downtown core of the city of St. Petersburg and one of the remaining areas of the city to be revitalized. In 2006, the City embarked on a planning process for the GCPA by retaining the services of IBI Group to conduct the planning process. After a series of 181 Group facilitated asset -based meetings with various stakeholders, including: City administration and staff, the business community, neighborhood activists, the clergy and faith -based leaders, social service agencies, and the neighboring municipality, a comprehensive listing of GCPA assets was developed. Emerging from these stakeholder meetings was the common theme of neighborhood identity, connectivity, circulation and mobility. This theme generated appropriate strategies for land uses, transportation, housing, recreation, etc., maximizing on the geographical and human resource assets to achieve the Mayor's mission of a "seamless city This project received the APA Florida Suncoast Section 2007 Award of Excellence. U.S. 1 Corridor Master Plan (2006), City of Titusville, Florida- Mr. Kalra served as the Senior Planner to provide master planning services for this 2007 APA Florida award winning project. The US 1 Corridor is a major north /south transportation route in South Titusville, an area that has experienced economic decline in recent years but has also witnessed growing interest in waterfront development and other commercial growth. Commercial development and residential density have become divisive issues in the community, between those seeking economic development and those wanting to retain the historic elements of the adjacent neighborhoods. Additional Experien e Strategic Master Plans! Redevelopment Plans Broad River Corridor Master Plan (2009 present), Central Midlands Council of Governments, SC Lauderdale Lakes Redevelopment Master Plan Update (2009)- Lauderdale Lakes CRA, FL Englewood Redevelopment Master Plan (2008), Escambia County, Florida Redevelopment Feasibility Analysis (20081, City of Flagler Beach, FL Westside Community Redevelopment Plan (2007) City of Pensacola, FL Miracle City Mall Redevelopment Master Plan (2007)— City of Titusville, FL Downtown Master Plan (2006) City of Flagler Beach, FL Downtown Master Plan (2005) Town of Lantana, FL Westside Neighborhoods Plan (2005).— City of Pensacola, FL Brownfield Redevelopment Plan (2004)— Genesee County BRA, MI Master Plan Update (2005) Detroit Metropolitan Airport, MI Redevelopment Proposal for he First and William Streets Intersection (2005) Ann Arbor, MI Page 3 of 4 IBI GROUP RESUME BANKIM KALRA Knowledge and Innovation: Envisioning a New Future for Jackson (2004) Jackson City, MI Redevelopment Plan and Urban Design Strategy, Gol Market (2000)— New Delhi, India Urban Design Guidelines and Codes Daytona Beach Land Development Code Update; Urban Design Diagnosis (2009)- (IBI served as a subconsultant to Clarion Associates) Visual Preference Survey, Downtown North Master Plan (2009), City of Panama City, Florida Visual Preference Survey, Downtown Master Plan (2009), City of Panama City, Florida Downtown Urban Design Guidelines (2006) City of Flagler Beach, FL Downtown Tavares Urban Design Plan (2008)- City of Tavares, FL U.S. 1 Waterfront Parks and Trails Master Plan (2007) City of Titusville, FL Downtown Design Guidelines (2006) Town of Lantana, FL U.S. 1 Corridor Design Guidelines (2006)— City of Titusville, FL A1A Corridor Tourist Commercial Zoning Analysis (2006)- Flagler Beach, Florida Regional Plans Immokalee Master Plan Update (2007)— Collier County, FL Honey Creek Watershed Land Use Management Plan (2004) Ann Arbor, MI Master Plan(2002) City of Auroville, India Corridor Plans Broad River Corridor Master -Plan (2009- presenf1- _Central Midlands Council of Governments, South Carolina U.S. 1 Corridor Master Plan (2006)- City of Titusville, FL A1A Corridor Study and Code Revisions (2006)- City of Flagler Beach, FL Finding of Necessity Studies Page 4 of 4 Finding of Necessity Study for the Expansion of Downtown CRA Boundaries (2008), City of Tavares, FL Finding of Necessity Study for the Expansion of Downtown North Boundaries (2008), City of Panama City CRA, FL Westside Neighborhoods Finding of Necessity Study (2006) City of Pensacola, FL IBI GROUP www.ibigroup.com IBI GROUP RESUME CRAIG L. BENCZ, AICP Manager Planning Mr. Bencz has over 14 years of experience as a Planner with considerable background in comprehensive and current planning. His experience includes entitlement planning (rezoning, site plan approval, etc.), Land Use Plan Amendments (LUPA), and feasibility studies. He has also completed Comprehensive Plans, general planning reports, annexation studies, and Evaluation and Appraisal Reports for cities in Florida, and has experience representing clients in public hearings and conducting public workshops. Current responsibilities also include leading team coordination for Urban Planning and related projects, and providing planning services to local governments throughout Florida. Representative Experience Among the broad range of projects on which Mr. Bencz has played a key role are the following: City of Miramar Planning Services Miramar, Florida Continuing professional planning services contract to provide development review service on behalf of the City. Project Manager for the review of rezoning, conditional use, site plan, and related applications for entitlement approvals. Representation of the City at Development Review Committee (DRC) meetings and public hearings. Pasco County Continuing Professional Services Contract Pasco County, Florida Three year Agreement with County to provide Professional Growth Management Consulting Planning Services. Project Manager for the review of several large -scale comprehensive plan amendments, including two master planned, multi -use communities. Functioned as County staff in reviewing applications, coordinating with the Florida DCA and other reviewing agencies, and presenting applications and staff recommendations to the County Commission. FDOT District 4 Planning Services Pompano Beach, Florida Project Manager for the development of an Ordinance addressing nonconformities created by the Eminent Domain process. Components of project included meetings with key City and FDOT stakeholders to identify issues, drafting Ordinance language to grant FDOT standing for conceptual site plan approvals and variances, and presentations before the Planning and Zoning Board and City Commission. Deerfield Station Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Deerfield Beach, Florida Project Manager for a mixed -use 8 -acre transit oriented development project adjacent to the Tri -Rail station in the City of Deerfield Beach. Application for land use plan amendment and rezoning for the new TOD in the City of Deerfield Beach and Broward County, representation of project at City and County public meetings, response to FDCA comments, coordination with affected entities (FDOT, City, County, SFRTA, TCRPC). Development of increased ridership projections as a result of project implementation, and coordination regarding studies to determine reduction in vehicular trips resulting from transit use and internal capture. Everglades Corporate Center Sunrise, Florida Led coordination of the development of a 20+ acre multi -use site in the City of Sunrise adjacent to the Sawgrass Expressway, including DRI analysis, delineation of the site for multiple uses, and updated the Findings of Adequacy and Plat Note to allow for 634,000 square feet of commercial use, a 350 room Profile EDUCATION B.A. (Public Administration), University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, 1997 Master of Public Administration (MPA), University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, 2001 EXPERIENCE 2008 to date Rhon Emest- Jones/ IBI (A Division of IBI Group Inc.), Coral Springs, FL, Manager Planning 2005 Rhon Emest -Jones Consulting Engineers/ Coral Springs, FL, Vice President/ Director of Planning 2003 2006 Keith Associates, Inc., Pompano Beach, FL, Planning Director 2002 2003 Iler Planning Group, Palm Beach Gardens, FL, Senior Planner 1998 City of Eustis, Eustis, FL, Planner 1996 -1998 East Central Florida RPC, Maitland, FL, Planning Intern MEMBERSHIPS American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP), Member#: 017916 American Planning Association (APA), and Florida Chapter, APA (FAPA), Member Broward Chapter, APA, Board Member Florida Planning and Zoning Association Florida Redevelopment Association (FRA) National Florida Trust for Historic Preservation Leadership Broward, Class XXVI IBI GROUP www.ibigroup.com IBI GROUP RESUME CRAIG L. BENCZ, AICP hotel, and restaurant uses. Lead coordination with Florida Turnpike staff to identify solutions for direct onramp access to the Sawgrass Expressway, and analyses of proposed uses for consistency with trip generation of previously platted uses. Created a new City B -7 zoning category to allow the proposed use and configuration of the site, and coordinated the (pending) adoption of an ordinance allowing for increased DRI office threshold intensity on the site. Alexan Plantation Plantation, Florida Redevelopment of a former 48 -acre mobile home park site to a mixed residential site in the City of Plantation, including a Broward County Trafficways Plan amendment, rezoning, site plan, platting, and vacation of various on -site easements. Worked with Broward County in the realignment of Commodore Drive through amendment of the Broward County Trafficways Plan. The proposed site will accommodate a 481 -unit townhouse and apartment community. Highland County Land Use Plan Amendment (LUPA) Highlands County, Florida Coordination of the development of a traffic study incorporating approximately twenty comprehensive plan amendments into a unified analysis of impacts on the County transportation system. Development of cost feasible capital improvement programs, coordinate master planning efforts, client representation at public hearing, meetings with the Florida Department of Community Affairs (FDCA), drafting of development order, and other tasks necessary to facilitate approval. Eagle Lake Estates Sebring, Florida Completion of a land use amendment on waterfront agricultural land in Highlands County to accommodate low- density residential development. Identify necessary roadway improvements with County Engineering staff, and negotiate traffic study methodology. Compliance negotiations with the State of Florida Department of Community Affairs (DCA) related to the map amendment, including an area wide traffic study incorporating 20 amendment sites, and subsequent entitlement procedures. Grigsby Properties Lake Placid, Florida Amendment of the Future Land Use map for a 375 -acre site in the Town of Lake Placid from Agriculture to Residential and Commercial designations. The Project will include multi family and single family residential uses, as well as a commercial component and dedications for community facility uses. Identify necessary transportation system improvements with Town and County staff, and develop a master plan for revised vehicular and pedestrian circulation in the vicinity of the site. Silver Companies Lake Placid, Florida Land Use Plan Amendment and rezoning application to accommodate an active adult community in the Town of Lake Placid. Project components included developing a cost feasible CIE for project related improvements, integrating public recreation needs into the design of the project, and providing for innovative roadway improvements in the vicinity of the site in lieu of bisecting the site with proposed collector road. Mr. Bencz also served as Project Manager and Land Planner on the following projects: Dania Beach CRA Master Plan, which incorporated one -way pairs in the Downtown area John Knox Village LUPA Local Activity Center (LAC) Orchid Grove Town Homes Pompano Beach Land use plan amendment, rezoning and site plan. Page 2 of 3 IBI GROUP www.ibigroup.com IBI GROUP RESUME CRAIG L. BENCZ, AICP Parkland Publix Rezoning and site plan. Miami Lakes (First) Comprehensive plan. Sebastian FON/ CRA Studies and Comprehensive Plan Amendments Wilton Manors Finding of Necessity Study City of Belle Glade FOB Study Review Glades County Comprehensive Plan Text amendments. Marco Island Comprehensive Plan Text amendments. City of Eustis Evaluation and Appraisal Report and EAR -based Comprehensive Plan Text Page 3 of 3 IBI GROUP www.ibigroup.com IBI GROUP RESUME DENNIS J. MILLER Project Manager IBI Group Mr. Miller's responsibilities include coordinating the completion of various transportation related studies and analyses for both public and private sector clients. Specifically, responsibilities include the preparation of, traffic impact studies, concurrency evaluations, feasibility studies, access management studies and the design and preparation of signing, signalization and pavement marking plans. Additional duties include the evaluation of site impacts pertaining to the acquisition of property for roadway construction purposes. Evaluations include direction and supervision of traffic impact assessments on access, parking, and on -site circulation. Mr. Miller is also experienced in Development of Regional Impacts (DRI) analyses, corridor studies and signal justifications and design for both large and small scale projects for the public and private sectors. Other responsibilities include preparation of several DRI's, including the Broward County Convention Center and Dolphin Stadium (Home of the Miami Dolphins), as well as preparation of the traffic analyses necessary for air quality studies. Mr. Miller has assisted in the development and design of the Master Plan and Design Documents for the Broward County Computerized Traffic Signal System as well as the Broward County Countywide Community Design Guidebook. Representative Experience Among the broad range of projects in which Mr. Miller has played a key role are the following: Bank Atlantic Center (Florida Panthers Hockey Venue) Sunrise Florida Developed pre and post event traffic flow plans to assist on -site parking personnel and Sunrise Police Department as to ingress patterns to access designated parking areas pre event and egress patterns to "clear" arena of vehicular and pedestrian traffic in a safe, efficient and orderly manner. Designed electronic variable message signing for pre and post event lane control and managed installation. Broadway West Palm Beach Florida Provided corridor analyses, design services and utility coordination for upgrading traffic signalization, signal interconnect system and roadway lighting on Broadway between 25 Street and 59 Street in West Palm Beach. Provide Construction Engineering Inspection (CEI) services for traffic signalization. Pines Boulevard, Pembroke Pines Florida Provided design services and utility coordination for upgrading traffic signalization and signal interconnect system on Pines Boulevard between Flamingo Road and Palm Avenue in Pembroke Pines. Provide Construction Engineering Inspection (CEI) services for traffic signalization. Also, designed overhead sign panels and cantilevered sign structures for route trailblazing for the Flamingo Road /Pines Boulevard approaches and oversaw installation. Paseo del Mar, Fort Lauderdale- Florida Assisted the developer of a large multi -use development in assessing the need for off site roadway improvements to facilitate the Profile EDUCATION Broward Community College, Fort Lauderdale, FL EXPERIENCE 2008 to date IBI Group A Division of IBI Group, Inc., Coral Springs, Florida, Project Manager 2007 2008 Emest -Jones Tinter, Transportation Planners and Traffic Engineers, Coral Springs, Florida, Associate 1993 2007 Tinter Associates, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Senior Associate 1990 1993 Traffic Engineering, Inc., Senior Transportation Planner 1985 1990 Keith Schnars, P.A., Transportation Planner 1984 1985 Craig A. Smith and Associates, Land Development Technician PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Institute of Transportation Engineers, Member Received Advanced Maintenance of Traffic Certification from the Florida Department of Transportation April 12, 2001 IBI GROUP www.ibigroup.com IBI GROUP RESUME DENNIS J. MILLER proposed development based on FDOT Access Management Standards. Attended all City Planning and Zoning Board meetings and City Commission meetings as developer's agent. Cielo Blu, Downtown Fort Lauderdale Florida Assisted the developer of a large multi- use development in assessing traffic impacts and site circulation in accordance with the City of Fort Lauderdale Unified Land Development Code. Attended all City Planning and Zoning Board meetings and City Commission meetings as developer's agent. Holy Cross Hospital, Fort Lauderdale Florida Mitigate on site parking problems within the hospital campus. Coordinate personnel and data collection efforts to assess parking space occupancy for a twelve hour period. Occupancy was recorded every thirty minutes for the campus' 1850 parking spaces. Summarize data collection and identify parking overloads, deficiencies and provide recommendations to hospital administrators. Study identified the need for additional parking and as a result two new parking decks have been added to the existing north side parking structure. Services also included upgrading the existing signal at the Hospital's main entrance along Federal Highway from concrete strain poles to mast arm assemblies. Traffic Impact Analyses Everglades Corporate Center Sunrise Pembroke Pines City Center Pembroke Pines Home Depot Coral Springs Jupiter Medical Center Jupiter Henry Square Ft. Lauderdale BrandsMart Ft. Lauderdale CVS /Office Depot— Delray Beach Fortune House Hotel Fort Lauderdale Las Olas City Centre Fort Lauderdale Chevron Convenience Marts Multiple Sites Wendy's Restaurants Multiple Sites Westside Regional Medical Center Plantation Parking Studies CVS /Office Depot— Delray Beach Sunrise Harbor Ft. Lauderdale Everglades Corporate Center Sunrise Wendy's Hallandale Beach Holy Cross Hospital Fort Lauderdale Cleveland Clinic Fort Lauderdale Beach Place Fort Lauderdale The Fountains Plantation Boca Grand Boca Raton Townsend Place Boca Raton Signal Systems Analyses University Drive Davie University Drive Sunrise Signal Warrant Analyses Pines Boulevard at Westfork Plaza Pembroke Pines State Road 7 at N.W. 4th Street Plantation Federal Highway at Holy Cross Hospital Entrance Fort Lauderdale Nob Hill Road at Hawks Landing Boulevard Plantation Page 2 of 3 3 IBI GROUP www.ibigroup.com IBI GROUP RESUME DENNIS J. MILLER Las Olas Boulevard at S.E. 5th Avenue Fort Lauderdale Panther Parkway at Bank Atlantic Center Sunrise Driveway Access Studies University Lakes Shopping Center Miami Storage World Fort Lauderdale The Preserve at Coconut Creek Coconut Creek Ocean Grande Hillsboro Beach Boulevard Square Pembroke Pines Lakewood Commercial Margate Developments of Regional Impacts Chapel Trail Pembroke Pines Traffic Signal Design Downtown Academy of Technology and Arts Ft. Lauderdale Satori, Fort Lauderdale Paragon Elementary Charter Schools Paragon Beach Miramar Parkway at SW 172 Avenue Miramar South Broward High School Hollywood Chick -Fil -A CEI Lake Park Security Self Storage CEI Boynton Beach Broadway S.R. 5 West Palm Beach Panther Parkway at Bank Atlantic Center Sunrise Flamingo Road at Oakland Park Boulevard Sunrise Oakland Park Boulevard at N.W. 64 Avenue Sunrise Bonaventure Boulevard at 3 Village Boulevard Weston Indian Trace at I- 75 /S.R. 84 Weston Glades Road at I- 75 /S.R. 84 Weston Glades Road at Meadows Road Weston Griffin Road at S.W. 31 Avenue Dania Pines Boulevard at West 168 Avenue Pembroke Pines State Road 7 (U.S. 441) at Regency Lakes Boulevard Coconut Creek Boynton Beach Boulevard at Industrial Drive Boynton Beach Pines Boulevard at Hiatus Road Pembroke Pines Pines Boulevard at Palm Avenue Pembroke Pines Pines Boulevard at 118 Avenue Pembroke Pines Pines Boulevard at 114 Avenue Pembroke Pines Pines Boulevard at Flamingo Road Pembroke Pines G:\BusDevel1Resumes1IBI FormatVrraffic2ZTV _miller -d traffic- 2008-06- 13.doc Page 3 of 3 IBI GROUP www.ibigroup.com IBI GROUP RESUME IRMA MATOS Planner Ms. Matos is responsible for the coordination of urban planning and related projects, including community revitalization/ redevelopment CRA finding of necessity reports and redevelopment plans; land use and comprehensive plan amendments, site planning, entitlement approvals, due diligence, feasibility studies, and platting. Prior to joining REJCE, Ms. Matos was a Design Consultant and Spatial Planner preparing architectural and structural construction documents for residential and commercial buildings. She was also involved in monitoring project progress and coordination with clients, engineers and sub contractors. Representative Experience Value Place Multiple Locations Served with team members in the coordination of plat note amendment for 125 -room hotels located in Broward County. Alexan Plantation Plantation, Florida Served with project team in coordinating the rezoning and plat approval for a 481 -unit townhouse and apartment development. Deerfield Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Deerfield Beach, Florida Served with project team in coordinating plat approval for a mixed -use, 8 acre transit oriented development adjacent to the Tri-Rail station located in the City of Deerfield Beach. Enterprise Fort Lauderdale Fort Lauderdale, Florida Served as Project Manager responsible for site plan approval for a retail car rental facility. Lake June Lake Placid, Florida Served with project team in coordinating land use plan amendment from Agricultural/ Residential and Low Density Residential to Medium Density Residential to facilitate a variety of residential unit types and commercial uses on a 333.36 acre property. I: \RESUMES\1 Other IBI_ Offices\ FloridaWF \Matos_I\ZTVmatosl_1pgMA 2008-08- 15.doc12010-09 -171MF Profile EDUCATION Masters of Architecture, Universidad Autonoma de Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 1998 B.Sc. (Architectural Studies), Universidad Autonoma de Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 1998 EXPERIENCE 2008 -to date Rhon Ernest Jones/ IBI (A Division of IBI Group, Inc.), Coral Springs, FL, Planner 2006 2008 Rhon Ernest -Jones Consulting Engineers, Inc., Coral Springs, FL, Planner 1999 2002 Antonio P. Hache Co. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Project Manager IBI GROUP www.ibigroup.com PART 4 Methodology Fees METHODOLOGY FEES PROJECT APPROACH AND UNDERSTANDING: Parking is an essential component of the overall vitality of Sebastian's Riverfront. Park- ing facilities are a major land use. Their design and location influence the type of develop- ment that occurs and how people view buildings and use the street. Thus, Sebastian's Riv- erfront parking policies and programs affect land use and development patterns, as well as travel behavior. The study area consists of the City's Riverfront District, including that part of the City's CRA located east of the FEC Railroad, west of the Indian River Lagoon. The Outlier Planning team understands that the primary scope of this project is as follows: Describe the existing supply and demand for on and off- street parking in the Riverfront study area to determine if it is supportive of study area businesses and attractions; Provide an estimation of future parking requirements in the study area based on a comprehensive assessment of the role of parking in the Riverfront transportation system. This includes the influence and impact that future transit service and traf- fic circulation improvement projects may have on study area parking demands; and Proposal by: Outlier Planning I (561) 972 -8147 I City of Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey 24 PART 4 Methodology Fees Prepare and present preliminary findings from the above to City staff and stakeholders for review and input and provide preliminary cost analysis /estimates of implementing proposed parking improvement recommendations, and discussion of funding options. Finalize a comprehensive report of study findings for approval by the City. More specifically, the Outlier Planning team understands that the scope of this study must answer a number of outstanding questions about study area parking, including but not limited to: Is there a lack of parking supply in the Riverfront study area or any portion of same, and if so, where and when? What are the short and long term parking needs in the River front study area? To answer these and other study area parking questions, the scope of this study must include: An assessment of where additional public on- street parking may be available immediately; Review of the City's Comprehensive Plan, CRA Master Plan, Land Development Code and related documents to determine how parking demands have historically been addressed, and to identify potential Plan amendments resulting from thisstudy; and Involvement and input from key Riverfront study area stake- holders, including business City leadership, merchants, de- velopers, employers and residents. METHODOLOGY' Overa!I Approach and Project Management Philosophy Parking affects every aspect of the way a City functions. It affects the choices that people make on whether to drive to work or take other modes. It affects decisions made by developers on where to locate and how they will develop their site. Parking supply can also have an effect on the image of a City. As a result, it is impor- tant that planning efforts for the Riverfront study area's parking are reflective of the overall principles and goals of the Comprehensive Plan and the CRA Master Plan, yet also responsive to the needs of the businesses, residents, and other stakeholders. This study will place emphasis on balancing the needs and objectives among different stakeholders, starting with the City and CRA. Based on our experience from other studies and our knowledge of River front Sebastian, likely positions of the key stakeholders will be: The CRAwants to support businesses, maintain quality of life for residents and ensure parking strategies are fiscally responsible; Retailers want customers to have easy access to free parking; they also want the Riverfront to be attractive; Future office developers /tenants want to minimize the burden on employees related to finding and paying for parking, or be ensured that other travel options are feasible; Residents want to minimize impacts on their streets from commercial parking; and Visitors liketohaveeasyaccesstoparkingtoenjoythe Riverfront's amenities and for attendance at the City's events and festivals. Our belief is that with thorough technical analysis and a strong understanding of each stakeholder's needs and requirements, it is possible to develop a study for Riverfront Sebastian that can balance different needs while achieving the overall goals of en- couraging business and development, ensuring public safety, re- ducing environmental impacts and encouraging altemative modes of transportation. Ultimately, the recommendations need to reflect the unique characteristics and needs of the Riverfront area. We be- lieve that this study will require a flexible approach on behalf of the consultant, City and CRA, and we are comfortable working under this type of arrangement. In fact, our approach is to provide clients the best possible product, which often requires modifying work plan items along the way to respond to various needs and issues. The methodology we propose to conduct this study focuses on parking supply management involving initiatives that increase the efficiency of the existing parking supply, in addition to more tradi- tional recommendations for increase in physical parking spaces and location of same. To minimize the need for new parking facilities, as well as the associated economic and environmental costs, the study will evaluate a range of parking supply management strategies. WORK PLAN: Task 1: Project Start -Up The first task will consist of a project initiation meeting held with the involved City staff to introduce the Study Team, review and dis- cuss the Study Scope and Work Plan, deliverables, contact lists Proposal by: Outlier Planning I (561) 972 -8147 I City of Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey 25 PART 4 Methodology Fees and project schedule. The consultants will receive all relevant back- ground documentation and data available for the conduct of the study (e.g. previous parking supply inventories, land use, previous reports, etc). Following this meeting, we will update the project Work Plan and schedule (that will serve to guide the remainder of the study); set up the study web site and notify Stakeholder Groups and the public with the Notice of Study Commencement. Deliverable: A finalized Work Plan and schedule will be completed that outlines the methods to be used and time to complete the vari- ous project tasks. Task 2: Background and Field Data Collection 2.1: Previous Studies The consultants will assemble, review, evaluate and summarize all relevant background documentation, best practices, mapping and other data provided by the City of Sebastian, as well as information acquired through independent research. This will include, but is not limited to the following: previous parking studies; transit routes and stop locations (existing and planned); traffic impact studies; City of Sebastian Comprehensive Plan and EAR; and CRA Master Plan. The consulting team will produce land use maps for the study area indicating parking generators and attractors will be clearly indi- cated. Parking inventory maps will be also be prepared that show the inventory of on- street parking and off street (public and private) parking facilities. The consultants will also review the City's Land Development Regulations to identify potential impacts related to the provision of additional Riverfront study area parking. Deliverables: A technical memorandum that outlines and summa- rizes all relevant background information assembled for this study including the development of land use and parking maps, review of existing parking and related policies. 2.2 Existing Parking Supply and Demand There are two basic data collection requirements; parking demand and parking supply. The consultants propose to survey the parking occupancy, which is measured by the amount of the parking supply occupied during the survey period. Parking lots that are 85 percent or more occupied usually appear full to motorists. Optionally, we can also analyze parking turnover, which is mea- sured by the number of times in a day a parking stall is occupied by different vehicles. One important principle of parking planning is that the utilization of parking supply is maximized through turn- over. Data collection and analysis related to turnover requires sig- nificantly more resources than occupancy studies, and is therefore included as an optional task for budget consideration. Our approach to collecting each of these components is detailed below: Parking Supply Inventory To determine the parking supplyin the Riverfront study area, on- street and off street parking supply will be inventoried based on site observations and City data. For on- street parking, staff will record number of spaces on a block -by- block basis. For off street parking, the parking supply inventory will include all municipal parking facilities, as well as major private fa- cilities by contacting private owners or through City records. Actual user information from these facilities will be based on field studies. Collected parking data will be shown graphically on property data maps and /or annotated aerial photos. At the same time as our survey teams are inventorying on- street parking spaces, notes will be taken on parking restrictions and prohibitions, handicap parking spaces, abutting land use, roadway configurations and any obvious safety or operational concems. We will also take a photo inventory of each zone or block, which will be put into a database for reference purposes. Parking Demand Inventory Parking occupancy surveys will be carried out for all on- street parking and off street municipal and private parking lots in the study area. Utilization surveys will be conducted during two weekdays and one weekend day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. to capture peak utilization. City input will be sought to determine the most appropriate days for the surveys. Surveys will generally be conducted every two hours for a minimum of twelve hours on weekdays, with decreased frequency of counts on week- ends depending on demand. Vacant spaces will also be recorded. To increase the efficiency of this survey, we will prepare customized survey sheets for each lot Proposal by: Outlier Planning (561) 972 -8147 j City of Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey 26 PART 4 Methodology Fees showing the layout of spaces. A similar approach will be used for both off street and on- street parking. Combined with the parking supply information, the parking demand data will be used to calcu- late parking utilization, spare capacity and turn -over (optional). The same approach will be used for on -street occupancy surveys. Deliverables: A technical memorandum will be prepared with a parking profile summarizing the results of the existing parking sup- ply and parking demand /occupancy inventories, and highlighting any remaining data gaps. The memorandum will focus on a simple tabular format and incorporate map -based summary graphics for display purposes. Map based summaries and descriptions of this will include availability of on- street and off street parking, parking prohibitions, disabled and permit parking locations, abutting prop- erty uses that may influence parking operations, roadway charac- teristics and safety and operational concerns. Task 3: Stakeholder Consultation and Public Input Stakeholder Interviews The consulting team will prepare a Stake- holder Input outline with questions to be answered by Riverfront stakeholders regarding parking supply and demand now and in the future. Outlier Planning and the City will organize interviews with the following key stakeholders, and additional stakeholders added to the list through the initial study initiation and notification tasks: Five interviews with City Council members (at the discretion of each Council member); and Up to three interviews with key major employers business, retail, entertainment, institutional. For study budgeting purposes, we assume that a maximum of 8 stakeholder interviews be conducted over a two -day timeframe. Additionally, there will be ample opportunity for public input. To keep citizens informed and allow effective participation, project schedules and draft work products will continuously be posted to the project webpage, as well as paper copies of work products be- ing made available at City Hall. These documents will always be made available such that citizens have sufficient time to study and provide feedback on them. Citizens will be encouraged to commu- nicate directly with the Consultant about their questions, concems, ideas, criticism or other feedback. Deliverables: A summary report will be prepared documenting the findings of each of these types of stakeholder consultation exer- cises and public input for review by City staff. Task 4: Projecting Future Parking Supply and Demand Over the next 15 years, parking demand and supply in Sebastian's Riverfront District will be impacted by population and employment changes, the type and extent of new development and redevelop- ment within the study area, and how transit and other initiatives may affect the demand for auto travel to and from the study area. The consultants will obtain information on two types of projects that will affect parking demand and supply: approved projects that have commenced or are expected to commence construction in 2010/2011; and planned projects that may be constructed within the next 10 years. An important consideration in the demand projections will be to dis- tinguish between demand from new development projects vs. de- mand from Riverfront study area users in general. This is important since parking management strategies may involve more integration between public parking and private parking. Approved, planned and potential project information provided by the City will yield a set of land use types to be analyzed in the model. Next, peak parking generation rates will be assigned to each land use type. These rates will be derived from various sources including the publications `Parking Generation (Institute of Transportation Engineers ITE), `Shared Parking' (Urban Land Institute ULI), the City of Sebastian's parking regulations and previous parking studies completed in other communities by the Outlier Planning team. Deliverables: A section in the final report that outlines the meth- odology, assumptions and inputs used to estimate future parking supply and demand for day to day and peak season parking de- mands. The results of the future supply and demand estimate will be summarized in a tabular format. Task 5: Formulation of Alternatives and Recommendations .1 Recommendations for Parking Improvements Reviewing the results of the parking supply and demand estimates, Outlier Planning will summarize both existing and future (2020) Proposal by: Outlier Planning (561) 972 -8147 1 City of Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey 27 PART 4 Methodology Fees parking demand versus supply. Since the future demand and sup- ply analysis may identify the need for additional parking supply in the Riverfront area, we will identify altemative methods of supply- ing additional parking spaces. Beyond a "do nothing" alternative, we will evaluate the other altematives /methods for parking offered, including the availability of land for purchase or lease, implementing restrictions to optimize the use of existing parking spaces, changes to Land Development Regulations and other alternatives as identi- fied by the project team. Based on our knowledge of the study area, we expect the provision of additional on- street parking through re- configuration of existing facilities to be a key recommendation. First, our analysis will evaluate alternatives that can improve the efficiency of the existing parking supply. Secondly, based on the outcome of our parking demand analysis, we will identify locations where additional parking supply is required in future years, taking into account where within the District such spaces are or will be needed. When these facilities are expected to be needed may also be a factor in recommendations, informing the development of shorter- and longer -term strategies. These could include streets that could accommodate more on- street parking and land where off street surface lots and parking facilities could be implemented. While some parking facilities would likely be municipal -owned facil- ities, there may also be opportunities to work with private landown- ers to develop joint parking solutions. For example, a landowner that may be wishing to redevelop a site could provide additional parking over and above the required number of spaces by regula- tion, for which the City could share the cost or offer incentives such as density bonuses. Deliverable: A section in the final report that outlines the methodol- ogy, assumptions and inputs used to evaluate future parking supply altematives. The results will be summarized in a tabular format. 5.2 Cost Analysis Cost analyses and preliminary order of magnitude estimates will be prepared for key recommendations, including capital costs for new infrastructure, as well as a cost and benefit analysis of feasible alternatives. In addition, we will ensure that the operational issues that accompany the alternatives will be outlined in the analysis. Deliverable: A section in the final report that presents the findings of the cost analyse and estimates, as outlined above. Task 6: Preparation of Study Report Presentations Technical memorandums, status reports and documentation from Tasks 2 through 5, and input received from Stakeholders, the gen- eral public and the CRA will form the Draft Riverfront Sebastian Parking Improvement Plan for the City's review. The initial focus of the Plan will be on the location and con- figuration of additional on- street parking opportunities in the study area. The findings and recommendations of the revised draft report will be presented for comment at a City Council meeting. The report will be revised to address and incorporate the Council, staff and stakeholder comments where appropriate and will be finalized for approval. Following approval, the Project Team will prepare and submit the Final Parking Study Report. Deliverables: The draft and final Riverfront Sebastian Parking Im- provement Plan. Continuous Services: The following services will be provided throughout the project dura- tion: 1. Project Website A project website will be created and main- tained to serve as an information resource for Sebastian residents and other interested parties. The project website will include a cal- endar of important project dates, details of the ways that residents can provide feedback throughout the process and receive regular updates (i.e. Twitter and Facebook notifications); and, all deliver- ables posted online in pdf format for interested citizens and review and provide feedback. 2. Citizen Education Outlier Planning is dedicated to mak- ing planning understandable to the layman. We believe that this knowledge empowers citizens to better participate in their govern- ment. Therefore, Outlier personnel encourages Sebastian citizens and residents to talk directly with us about planning issues or any questions they have about this project. We are available through many different means of communication, including personal meet- ings by appointment at no extra charge. Accountability /Collaboration: As part of Outlier's efforts to increase Accountability and to promote True Collaboration in this project, we propose a number of mea- Proposal by: Outlier Planning I (561) 972 -8147 I City of Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey 28 PART 4 Methodology Fees sures to allow citizens to participate in formulating parking solutions for Sebastian's Riverfront. Specifically, we propose to make all deliverables widely accessible to the public by posting them in pdf format on the project website, making paper copies available at City Hall and other methods as deemed appropriate by the City. These documents will always be made available such that citizens have sufficient time to study and provide feedback on them. Citizens will be encouraged to communicate directly with the Consultant about their questions, concerns, ideas, criticism or other feedback. SCHEDULE: The tasks contained herein will be completed within 120 days from the date of contract award in compliance with the schedule pre- sented in the City's RFP document. This schedule can be adjusted based on the City's needs. FEES: The Outlier Planning team is prepared to undertake this assignment on the basis of a maximum upset budget of $27,325 including all professional fees. Out -of- pocket exepenses would be reimbursable at cost. However, Outlier's existing EAR contract with the City has an allowance for expenses that will not be exhausted ($1,767.62 remaining balance as of the last invoice, and the project is sub- stantially complete). We will transfer the remainder to put toward out -of- pocket expenses for this project. Outlier Planning is flexible about how the work plan is structured, and willing to work with the City to address its specific needs and any budget constraints. The work on this project will be performed from our West Palm Beach, Coral Springs, and Pompano Beach offices. Appendix A provides a breakdown of our fees by individual task, the hourly rates of the study team participants and the anticipated hourly commitment of each, by task. This exhibit also shows the allocation of working time and resources associated with each component of the study. The anticipated breakdown of time and its allocation to various tasks is based on our initial assessment of the extent of effort and hence resources required to complete the various tasks for each component. We would appreciate that upon review by the City and /or in the context of refined priorities during the course of the assignment it may be appropriate to reallocate costs amongst various tasks. Any such reallocation would only oc- cur after consultation and agreement with the City. OPTIONAL SERVICES: This study scope was prepared to respond to the objectives set out in the RFP, but can be scaled to the City's expectations for the study and available funding. For example, we would be open to car- rying out an extensive inventory and analysis effort if the City and CRA feel that detailed turn -over studies are required. The following section highlights some of the optional services and tasks that the Outlier Planning team has provided to other communities seeking a greater level of detail in the preparation of parking studies. Task 2A: Parking Utilization and Demand Survey The proposal, above, utilizes a parking occupancy survey in two hour intervals. In order to collect more accurate and detailed infor- mation related to parking management policies, and utilization and demand, the Outlier Planning team can prepare additional surveys. Surveys will generally be conducted every hour for a minimum of four hours on a weekday and two hours ovemight and on a Satur- day. Automated traffic recorders (ATRs) will also be placed in each municipal parking lot to collect a minimum of seven (7) day, 24 hour traffic data, at the same time as the manual surveys. Task 3A: Parking User Surveys Riverfront Area Businesses Mailout Survey The consultants will provide a stakeholder questionnaire for the City to mail out to their business directory. The consultants will then review and summarize the responses. On- The Street Opinion Surveys The consultants will prepare a short survey questionnaire about Riverfront parking supply, availability and general level of satisfaction, and arrange a random opinion survey of people on the street in the River- front study area. For study budgeting purposes, it is assumed that up to 50 random surveys will be completed. Business owners in the study area will be asked to conduct the survey of their customers. Random on- the street public attitude survey regarding Riv- erfront area parking to be conducted by the consultants and some City staff members in association with the existing park- ing supply /utilization inventories. Proposal by: Outlier Planning 1 (561) 972 -8147 1 City of Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey 29 PART 5 References REFERENCES Outlier Planning, LLC: Town of Southwest Ranches: Emily McCord, Community Services Director, 954 343 -7453 West n R. ark Property Owners Association: George Humphries, President, 561 683 -2552 1E31 Group, Inc.: City of Stuart: Teresa Lamar Sarno, CRA Coordinator, 772 283 -2532 Pasco County.. Richard E. Gehring, Growth Management Administrator, 727 -847 -8193 x8440 Proposal by: Outlier Planning 1 (561) 972 -8147 1 City of Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey 30 PART 6 Appendices APPENDICES INSURANCE: Outlier Planning and its subconsultants maintain insurance coverage at or above that required in the RFP. Confirmation of this can be provided upon request. Proposal by: Outlier Planning j (561) 972 -8147 j City of Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey 31 As the person authorized to sign this statement, I certify that this firm complies fully with the above requirements. Date: 9 o /0 Name and Title &an 4 ,i ..Cc Aoa NOW 01 1ftJCM Ia av Drug-Free Workplace Form The undersigned, in accordance with Florida Statute 287.087 hereby certifies that Qvt /eel" P /a�r�i C 4 C does: 1. Publish a statement notifying employees that the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession, or use of a controlled substance is prohibited in the workplace and specifying the actions that will be taken against employees for violations of such prohibition. 2. Inform employees about the dangers of drug abuse in the workplace, the business' policy of maintaining a drug -free workplace, any available drug counseling, rehabilitation, employee assistance programs and the penalties that may be imposed upon employees for drug abuse violations. 3. Give each employee engaged in providing the commodities or contractual services a copy of the statement specified in Paragraph 1. 4. In the statement specified in Paragraph 1, notify the employees that, as a condition of working on the commodities or contractual services that the employee will abide by the terms of the statement and will notify the employer of any conviction of, or plea of guilty or nolo contendere to any violation of Chapter 1893 or of any controlled substance law of the United States or any state, for a violation occurring in the workplace no later than five (5) days after such conviction. 5. Impose a sanction on, or require the satisfactory participation in a drug abuse assistance or rehabilitation program if such is available in the employee's community, by any employee who is so convicted. 6. Make a good faith effort to continue to maintain a drug -free workplace through implementation of Paragraph 1 through 5. Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey RFP Page 10 SWORN STATEMENT PURSUANT TO SECTION 287.133(3) (A), FLORIDA STATUTES, ON PUBLIC ENTITY CRIMES THIS FORM MUST BE SIGNED AND SWORN TO IN THE PRESENCE OF A NOTARY PUBLIC OR OTHER OFFICIAL AUTHORIZED TO ADMINISTER OATHS. 1. THIS SWORN STATEMENT IS SUBMITTED TO Citv of Sebastian (Print Name of the Public Entity) By rciaGr on Ccf crcyc� Wei'"? (Print Individual's Name and Title) For Ov f I ?r /cen e7 9'� C (Print IVme of Company Submitting Sworn Statement) And (if applicable) its Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN) is a7'/S97 78 3 (If the entity has no FEIN, include the Social Security Number of the individual signing this sworn statement.) 2. I understand that a Apublic entity crime= as defined in Paragraph 287.133 (1)(g), Florida Statutes, means a violation of any state or federal law by a person with respect to and directly related to the transaction of business with any public entity or with an agency or political subdivision of any other state or of the United States, including, but not limited to, any bid or contract for goods or services to be provided to any public entity or an agency or political subdivision of any other state or of the United States and involving antitrust, fraud, theft, bribery, collusion, racketeering, conspiracy, or material misrepresentation. 3. I understand that convicted or conviction as defined in Paragraph 287.133(1)(b), Florida Statutes, means a finding of guilt or a conviction of a public entity crime, with or without an adjudication of guilt, in any federal or state trial court of record relating to charges brought by indictment or information after July 1, 1989, as a result of a jury verdict, nonjury trial, or entry of a plea of guilty or nolo contendere. 4. 1 understand that an affiliate as defined in Paragraph 287.133(1)(a), Florida Statutes, means: 1. A predecessor or successor of a person convicted of a public entity crime; or 2. An entity under the control of any natural person who is active in the management of the entity and who has been convicted of a public crime. The term Aaffiliate= includes those officers, directors, executives, partners, shareholders, employees, members and agents who are active in the management of an affiliate. The ownership by one person of shares constituting a controlling interest in another person, or a pooling of equipment or income among persons when not for fair market value under an arm=s length agreement, shall be a prima facie case that one person controls another person. A person who knowingly enters into a joint venture with a person who has been convicted of a public entity crime in Florida during the preceding 36 months shall be considered an affiliate. 5. I understand that a person as defined in Paragraph 287.133(1)(e), Florida Statutes, means any natural person or entity organized under the laws of any state or of the United States with the legal power to enter into a binding contract and which bids or applies to bid on contracts for the provisions of goods or services let by a public entity, or which otherwise transacts or applies to transact business with a public entity. The term person includes those officers, directors, executives, partners, shareholders, employees, members, and agents who are active in management of an entity. Q1.Y HMI OF ?LIMAN ISWtD Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey RFP Page 8 6. Based on information and belief, the statement which I have marked below is true in relation to the entity submitting this sworn statement. (Indicate which statement applies). Neither the entity submitting this sworn statement, nor any of its officers, directors, executives, partners, shareholders, employees, members, and agents who are active in management of an entity, nor any affiliates of the entity has been charged with and convicted of a public entity crime subsequent to July 1, 1989. The entity submitting this sworn statement, or one or more of its officers, directors, executives, partners, shareholders, employees, members, and agents who are active in management of an entity, or an affiliate of the entity has been charged with and convicted of a public entity crime subsequent to July 1, 1989. The entity submitting this sworn statement, or one or more of its officers, directors, executives, partners, shareholders, employees, members, and agents who are active in management of an entity, or an affiliate of the entity has been charged with and convicted of a public entity crime subsequent to July 1, 1989. However, there has been a subsequent proceeding before a Hearing Officer of the State of Florida, Division of Administrative Hearings and the Final Order entered by the Hearing Officer determined that it was not in the public interest to place the entity submitting this sworn statement on the convicted vendor list. (Attach a copy of the final order). I UNDERSTAND THAT THE SUBMISSION OF THIS FORM TO THE CONTRACTING OFFICER FOR THE PUBLIC ENTITY IDENTIFIED IN PARAGRAPH 1 (ONE) ABOVE IS FOR THAT PUBLIC ENTITY ONLY AND, THAT THIS FORM 1S VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31 OF THE CALENDAR YEAR IN WHICH IT IS FILED. I ALSO UNDERSTAND THAT I AM REQUIRED TO INFORM THE PUBLIC ENTITY PRIOR TO ENTERING INTO A CONTRACT IN EXCESS OF THE THRESHOLD AMOUNT PROVIDED IN SECTION 287.017, FLORIDA STATUTES, FOR A CATEGORY TWO OF ANY CHANGE IN THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS FORM. Personally known OR produced identification f C 7G S3o o7,4,-72 S83,a'rtIAN Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey RFP IKNIt Or MICAH RAND (Signature) Swom and subscribed before me this day of c.p1: 1.2 r/ 2010. ��ry) Notary Public State of F 3 -if My commission expires: 4 2� 3> /f (Type of Identification) Page 9 Electronic Articles of Organization For Florida Limited Liability Company Article I The name of the Limited Liability Company is: OUTLIER PLANNING, LLC Article II The street address of the principal office of the Limited Liability Company is: 727 7TH WAY WEST PALM BEACH, FL. 33407 The mailing address of the Limited Liability Company is: 727 7TH WAY WEST PALM BEACH, FL. .33407 Article III The purpose for which this Limited Liability Company is organized is: ANY AND ALL LAWFUL BUSINESS. Article IV The name and Florida street address of the registered agent is: BRANDON R SCHAAD 727 7TH WAY WEST PALM BEACH, FL. 33407 Having been named as registered agent and to accept service of process for the above stated limited liability company at the place designated in this certificate, I hereby accept the appointment as registered agent and agree to act in this capacity. I further agree to comply with the provisions of all statutes relating to the proper and complete performance of my duties, and I am familiar with and accept the obligations of my position as registered agent. Registered Agent Signature: BRANDON R. SCHAAD L10000001433 FILED 8:00 AM January 05, 2010 Sec. Of State jbryan C(.29 Article V The name and address of managing members /managers are: Title: MGRM BRANDON R SCHAAD 727 7TH WAY WEST PALM BEACH, FL. 33407 Signature of member or an authorized representative of a member Signature: BRANDON R. SCHAAD L10000001433 FILED 8:00 AM January 05, 2010 Sec. Of State jbryan APPENDIX A SCHEDULE OF PROFESSIONAL FEES AND EXPENSES FOR SEBASTIAN RIVERFRONT PARKING SURVEY Instructions: Please provide an itemization of costs for each task outlined on page 2 (duplicate this form as needed). Task: Project Manager Sr. Trans. Engineer Sr. Project Planner Trans. Engineer Task 1: Project Start -Up Project Planner Planning Technician $Ea n NI Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey RFP HOME OF PELICAN ISLAND Standard Quoted Hourly Hourly Hours Rates Rates Total 5 $75 /hr. $375 2 $185 /hr. $370 2 $115 /hr. $115 /hr. $95 /hr. $25 /hr. $230 Subtotal 9 $975 Out -of- pocket expenses: Meals and lodging Transportation Other (specify): Note: The rate quoted should not be presented as a general percentage of the standard hourly rate or as a gross deduction from the total all- inclusive maximum price. Page 11 APPENDIX A SCHEDULE OF PROFESSIONAL FEES AND EXPENSES FOR SEBASTIAN RIVERFRONT PARKING SURVEY Instructions: Please provide an itemization of costs for each task outlined on page 2 (duplicate this form as needed). Task: Project Manager 40 $75 /hr. $3,000 Sr. Trans. Engineer $185 /hr. Sr. Project Planner 4 115 /hr. $460 Trans. Engineer Project Planner Planning Technician Subtotal Out -of- pocket expenses: Meals and lodging Transportation Other (specify): HOME OF PELICAN ISLAND Task 2: Background and Field Data Collection Standard Quoted Hourly Hourly Hours Rates Rates Total 40 20 104 $115 /hr. $95 /hr. $3,800 $25 /hr. $500 $7,760 Note: The rate quoted should not be presented as a general percentage of the standard hourly rate or as a gross deduction from the total all- inclusive maximum price. Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey RFP Page 11 APPENDIX A SCHEDULE OF PROFESSIONAL FEES AND EXPENSES FOR SEBASTIAN RIVERFRONT PARKING SURVEY Instructions: Please provide an itemization of costs for each task outlined on page 2 (duplicate this form as needed). Task: Project Manager Sr. Trans. Engineer Sr. Project Planner Trans. Engineer Project Planner Planning Technician Subtotal 20 $2,250 Out -of- pocket expenses: Meals and lodging Transportation Other (specify): Note: The rate quoted should not be presented as a general percentage of the standard hourly rate or as a gross deduction from the total all- inclusive maximum price. Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey RFP HOME OF PELICAN ISLAND Task 3: Stakeholder Consultation and Public Input Standard Quoted Hourly Hourly Hours Rates Rates Total 10 $75 /hr. $750 5 $185 /hr. $925 5 $575 1115 /hr. $115 /hr. $95 /hr. $25 /hr. Page 11 APPENDIX A SCHEDULE OF PROFESSIONAL FEES AND EXPENSES FOR SEBASTIAN RIVERFRONT PARKING SURVEY Instructions: Please provide an itemization of costs for each task outlined on page 2 (duplicate this form as needed). Task: Task 4: Projecting Future Parking Supply and Demand Standard Quoted Hourly Hourly Hours Rates Rates Total Project Manager 20 $75 /hr. $1,500 Sr. Trans. Engineer 12 $185 /hr. $2,220 Sr. Project Planner 8 $920 115 /hr. Trans. Engineer 12 $115 /hr. $1,380 Project Planner Planning Technician Subtotal Out -of- pocket expenses: Meals and lodging Transportation Other (specify): HOME OF PELICAN ISLAND 52 Note: The rate quoted should not be presented as a general percentage of the standard hourly rate or as a gross deduction from the total all- inclusive maximum price. sEBAST1AN Sebastian Riverfror t Parking Survey RFP $95 /hr. $25 /hr. $6,020 Page 11 APPENDIX A SCHEDULE OF PROFESSIONAL FEES AND EXPENSES FOR SEBASTIAN RIVERFRONT PARKING SURVEY Instructions: Please provide an itemization of costs for each task outlined on page 2 (duplicate this form as needed). Task: Project Manager Sr. Trans. Engineer Sr. Project Planner Trans. Engineer Task 5: Formulation of Alternatives and Recommendations Project Planner Planning Technician Standard Quoted Hourly Hourly Hours Rates Rates Total 20 $75 /hr. $1,500 10 $185 /hr. $1,850 8 10 115 /hr. 920 $115 /hr. $1,150 $95 /hr. $25 /hr. Subtotal 48 $5,420 Out -of- pocket expenses: Meals and lodging Transportation Other (specify): Note: The rate quoted should not be presented as a general percentage of the standard hourly rate or as a gross deduction from the total all- inclusive maximum price. Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey RFP SE�T!�N 9 Y Page 11 HOME OF PEIJGW ISIAMO APPENDIX A SCHEDULE OF PROFESSIONAL FEES AND EXPENSES FOR SEBASTIAN RIVERFRONT PARKING SURVEY Instructions: Please provide an itemization of costs for each task outlined on page 2 (duplicate this form as needed). Task: Task 6: Preparation of Study Report Presentations Standard Quoted Hourly Hourly Hours Rates Rates Total Project Manager 30 $75 /hr. $2,250 Sr. Trans. Engineer 5 $185 /hr. $925 Sr. Project Planner 5 $115 /hr. $575 Trans. Engineer 10 $115 /hr. $1, 150 Project Planner Planning Technician $95 /hr. $25 /hr. Subtotal 50 $4,900 Out -of- pocket expenses: Meals and lodging Transportation Other (specify): Note: The rate quoted should not be presented as a general percentage of the standard hourly rate or as a gross deduction from the total all- inclusive maximum price. HOME OF PEUCAN RAW Sebastian Riverfront Parking Survey RFP Page 11 APPENDIX A Continued SCHEDULE OF PROFESSIONAL FEES AND EXPENSES FOR SEBASTIAN PARKING SURVEY COMBINING SCHEDULE ALL SERVICES (INCLUDING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ELEMENT) Nature of Service To Be Provided Task 1: Project Start -Up Total Price $975 Task 2: Background and Field Data Collection $7,760 Task 3: Stakeholder Consultation and Public Input $2,250 Task 4: Projecting Future Parking Supply Demand $6,020 Task 5: Formulation of Alternatives /Recommendations $5,420 Task 6: Preparation of Study Report Presentations $4,900 m�a $xBASnAN Sebastian Riverfro t Parking Survey RFP Page 12 1