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File #: RES 22-140    Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
In control: President and Board of Trustees
On agenda: 6/21/2022 Final action: 6/21/2022
Title: A Resolution Approving the Renewal of the Professional Services Agreement with Alarm Detection Systems, Inc. for Burglar and Fire Alarm System Monitoring and Maintenance for Village-Owned Buildings for a Seven-Month Period in an Amount Not to Exceed $17,304.36 and Authorizing its Execution.
Attachments: 1. Resolution - ADS Renewal, 2. Agreement Renewal ADS, 3. Attachment - ADS Contract Documents
Submitted By
John P. Wielebnicki, Public Works Director

Reviewed By
A.M. Zayyad

Agenda Item Title
Title
A Resolution Approving the Renewal of the Professional Services Agreement with Alarm Detection Systems, Inc. for Burglar and Fire Alarm System Monitoring and Maintenance for Village-Owned Buildings for a Seven-Month Period in an Amount Not to Exceed $17,304.36 and Authorizing its Execution.

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Overview
Overview
The Village's current burglar and fire alarm monitoring and maintenance company is Alarm Detection Systems, Inc. (ADS). ADS provides services for the following Village-owned buildings: Village Hall, Public Works Center, three fire stations, three water pumping stations, three Village-owned parking structures, and the Metra Station. This agenda item is for the renewal of the Professional Services Agreement through the end of Fiscal Year 2022.

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Recommendation
Recommendation
Adopt the Resolution.

Fiscal Impact
Sufficient funding for Burglar and Fire Alarm system monitoring and maintenance services for Village-owned buildings are included in the FY2022 Budget in various Public Works and Parking Department General Contractual accounts. Expenditures with ADS for burglar and fire alarm system monitoring and maintenance services shall not exceed $31,548.66 in Fiscal Year 2022. $14,244.30 has been spent to date under the existing agreement with ADS. The renewal will include $14,304.36 for the 3rd and 4th quarter monthly service and a $3,000.00 contingency (Total: $17,304.36) for unforeseen required repairs to any burglar and fire alarm components.

Background
ADS has been the Village's burglar and fire alarm system monitoring company since 2005 and has performed very well during this time. ADS had been the sole source vendor for the existing equipment associated with the burglar and fire alarm systems that are currently installed at all Village-owned buildings and at the West Suburban Consolidated Dispatch Center (WSCDC). This is no longer ...

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