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Res 19-06 Authorizing the Town Manager to enter into an agreement with Crosspoint BDA and Alert Systems Fire and EMS Station No 1 TOWN OF WESTLAKE RESOLUTION NO. 19-06 A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL AUTHORIZING THE TOWN MANAGER TO ENTER INTO AGREEEMENT WITH CROSSPOINT COMMUNICATIONS TO PROVIDE AND INSTALL THE BDA AND ALERT SYSTEMS FOR THE WESTLAKE FIRE-EMS STATION NO. 1 PROJECT AND AUTHORIZE TOWN STAFF TO MAKE FUNDING CHANGES NOT TO EXCEED $25,000.00 ON THIS PROJECT. WHEREAS, the Town of Westlake will be constructing a new 18,000 square foot Fire - EMS Station No. 1; and WHEREAS,the staff recommends Crosspoint Communications to provide and install the BDA and Alert Systems for the Fire - EMS Station No. 1 project; and WHEREAS, this purchase will be through the Buy Board purchasing cooperative (contract number 523-17) which will not require the Town to go out to public bid for these services; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the passage of this Resolution is in the best interest of the citizens of Westlake. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE,TEXAS: SECTION 1: That, all matters stated in the Recitals hereinabove are found to be true and correct and are incorporated herein by reference as if copied in their entirety. SECTION 2: That the Town of Westlake Town Council does hereby authorize the Town Manager to enter into an agreement with Crosspoint communications to provide and install the BDA and Alert Systems for $104,488.77 for the Fire — EMS Station No. 1 project, attached as Exhibit A and Exhibit B; and authorizes town staff to make funding changes not to exceed $25,000.00 on this project. SECTION 3: If any portion of this Resolution shall, for any reason, be declared invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity shall not affect the remaining provisions hereof and the Council hereby determines that it would have adopted this Resolution without the invalid provision. Resolution 19-06 Page 1 of 2 SECTION 4: That this resolution shall become effective from and after its date of passage. PASSED AND APPROVED ON THIS 28th DAY OF JANUARY 2019. `& WES c� / ATTEST: Laura L. Wheat, Mayor ,t • F;Q` Kelly Edwar Town Secry.., }, Thomas Arym o nNratger APPROVED AS TO FORM: anton o o Attorney Resolution 19-06 Page 2 of 2 Town of Westlake and Crosspoint Communications Inc. Agreement for the Westlake Fire -EMS Station No . 1 BDA and Alert System Installation January 2019 INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS 1. WORK TO BE DONE The work to be done as covered by these contracts and specifications consists of install the BDA and Alert systems specified including: labor, shipping, materials, equipment, wireing all devices and incidentals for the Westlake Fire-EMS Station No. 1 as well as the procurement and installation of the BDA sysaem in offices, mall, conference room, workrooms, EOC, living quarters bays and day room. Most supplie two copies of the warrant and as bult drawing in a 3-ring notebook, one eltronic copy on a flash drive. See attached proposal for details. Project completed by January 31, 2018 2. INTERPRETATION OF SPECIFICATIONS Any questions as to the meaning of any specifications will be answered by addendum which will be sent to all who have been furnished with contract documents and plans. 3. LOCAL LABOR The Contractor, in so far as is practicable, will be expected to give preference to employment of local citizens. 4. MATERIALS FURNISHED BY CONTRACTOR The Contractor shall furnish all materials, regardless of their nature except as noted in the special provisions and/or plans. 5. MANUFACTURERS CERTIFICATE The Contractor shall furnish, if the owner so requests, a certificate from each of the manufacturers whose materials are used on this project stating that the materials and supplies fulfill or exceed the requirements set out in these specifications. 6. AFFIDAVIT OF BILLS PAID Prior to final acceptance of this project by the owner, the contractor shall execute an affidavit that all bills for labor, material, rental, subcontractor's work and any other incidentals have been paid in full and there are no claims pending of which he has been notified. 7. PLANS TO CONTRACTOR Plans, specifications will be furnished no charge or fees charge per set of plans to any general contractor desiring to submit a bid for this project 8. LABOR CLASSIFICATION AND MINIMUM WAGE SCALE Attention is called to the fact that a minimum scale of wages to be paid to employees engaged in the work under this contract does not release the contractor from compliance with any state wage law that may be applicable. The contractor shall abide by the wage and hour laws of the state and must not pay less than the rates prescribed. Station No. 12018 7 9. TIME ALLOWED FOR CONSTRUCTION Work on the project shall start on December 5, 2018 following a meeting with awarded bidders and must be completed no later than January 31, 2019. Liquidated damages shall be charged in the amount of $250.00 per day for not completing the work within the allotted time. The days charged shall begin at the earlier of the date the contractor proceeds with construction or 5 calendar days after the work order has been issued by the Town of Westlake. The Contractor shall submit in writing to the Town any request for additional time due to weather delays. Contractor will meet with the town responsive weekly to update their progress of the project. 10. SPECIAL INFORMATION - SALES TAX The owner qualifies as an exempt agency as defined by the statutes of the State of Texas. The Contractor shall comply with all statutes and rulings of the State Comptroller. On unit price contracts, a final change order will be required to make final adjustment to reflect actual costs for sales tax data. 11. BID AWARD TO ONE OR MORE CONTRUCTOR(S) It is the intent to obtain the most cost effective benefit to the Town of Westlake, which may include selecting one contractor based on the total aggregate bid or awarding items or sections separately to one or more contractors based on unit pricing. 12. INSURANCE The Contractor shall furnish and maintain during the life of the contract adequate Worker's Compensation and Commercial General Liability (Public) Insurance in such amounts as follows: Type of Insurance Amount 1. Workerman's Compensation As set forth in the Worker's Compensation Act. 2. Commercial General Each Occurrence $500,000 Liability (Public) General Aggregate $1,000,000 Products Comp/Ops Agg. $1,000,000 The Town of Westlake shall be named as an additional insured on the Commercial General Liability (Public) Insurance Policy furnished by the Contractor. Each insurance policy shall contain a provision requiring that thirty (30) days prior to expiration, cancellation, non-renewal or any material change in coverage, a notice thereof shall be given by certified mail to the Town of Westlake, 3 Village Circle Suite 202, Westlake, Texas 76262. Companies issuing the insurance policies shall have no recourse against the Town for payment of any premiums or assessments for any deductibles which are at the sole responsibility and risk of the Contractor. Certificate of proof that the insurance is in force shall be furnished to the Town. The coverages provided herein shall be primary and noncontributory with any other insurance maintained by the Town of Westlake, Texas, for its benefit, including self-insurance. Station No. 12018 1 In the event any insurance policy shown on the Certificate of Insurance has an expiration date that is prior to the completion and final acceptance of the project by the Town of Westlake, the Contractor shall furnish the Town proof of identical continued coverage no later than thirty (30) days prior to the expiration date shown on the Certificate of Insurance. The Contractor shall not commence work on any Contract in the Town of Westlake until the Contractor has obtained all the insurance required under this paragraph and such insurance has been approved by the Town. Station No. 12018 Q REQUIREMENT (Must be signed by the Contractor) ATTENTION TO ALL BIDDERS: The Town of Westlake wishes to thank you in advance for bidding on this project. Please be aware of the following requirements for bidding Town of Westlake work. It is important that you read and understand these qualification factors in order to achieve a rapid and smooth completion of the process. All pertinent documents required by law and these instructions must be correctly completed. A successful completion of them, will not only benefit the Town of Westlake, but also you as the contractor, because among other things, the money reserved for the project will be ready to be used in your project and prompt scheduled payment may be made without any further delays. If you are unable to comply with formal requirements or fail to exercise due diligence in completing the required contract forms, the contract may be awarded to the next lowest bidder for the reason time is of the essence in these projects. BASIC FORMS REQUIRED BY THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE THE FOLLOWING FORMS MUST BE COMPLETED BY THE CONTRACTOR AND IT'S INSURANCE COMPANY 1. Standard Form of Agreement (to be completed by the contractor) 2. Corporate Acknowledgment; or Single Acknowledgment; or Partnership Acknowledgment NOTE: Which ever is applicable to the contractor, just one must be completed, and shall be notarized. 3. Bonds : Performance Bond and Payment Bond 6. Power of Attorney or Certificate of Authority of Attorney(s) In-Fact (issued by the surety's company) 7. Town of Westlake Certificate of Insurance form (to be completed by the insurance company) 8. Indemnification by the Contractor (to be completed by the contractor) REMINDER: (a) All signatures must be originals. (b) Make sure the appropriate forms have been correctly notarized. Station No. 12018 5 INDEMNIFICATION BY CONTRACTOR Town shall not be liable or responsible for, and shall be saved and held harmless by Contractor from and against any and all suits, actions, losses, damages, claims, or liability of any character, type, or description, including all expenses of litigation, court costs, and attorney's fees for injury or death to any person, or injury to any property, received or sustained by any person or persons or property, arising out of, or occasioned by, directly or indirectly, the performance of Contractor under this agreement, including claims and damages arising in part from the negligence of Town, without; however, waiving any governmental immunity available to the Town under Texas law and without waiving any defenses of the parties under Texas law. The provisions of this indemnification are solely for the benefit of the parties hereto and not intended to create or grant any rights, contractual or otherwise, to any other person or entity. It is the expressed intent of the parties to this Agreement that the indemnity provided for in this section is an indemnity extended by Contractor to indemnify and protect Town from the consequences of Town's own negligence, provided, however, that the indemnity provided for in this section shall apply only when the negligent act of Town is a contributory cause of the resultant injury, death, or damage, and shall have no application when the negligent act of Town is the sole cause of the resultant injury, death, or damage, unmixed with the legal fault of another person or entity. Contractor further agrees to defend, at its own expense, and on behalf of Town and in the name of Town, any claim or litigation brought in connection with any such injury, death, or damage. The Contractor will secure and maintain Contractual Liability insurance to cover this indemnification agreement that will be primary and noncontributory as to any insurance maintained by the Town for its own benefit, including self-insurance. In addition, Contractor shall obtain and file with Town a Town of Westlake Certificate of Insurance evidencing the required coverage. DFW Communications, Inc. dba Crosspoint Communications Company Name (Contractor) Signature Craig Sikes Name (Please Print) Vice President Title Station No. 12018 �i AGREEMENT BETWEEN TOWN AND CONTRACTOR THIS AGREEMENT is dated as of the 281h day of January in the year 2019, by and between the Town of Westlake, Texas (hereinafter called OWNER) and CrossPoint Communication (hereinafter called CONTRACTOR). OWNER and CONTRACTOR, in consideration of the mutual covenants hereinafter set forth, agree as follows: Article 1. WORK. CONTRACTOR shall complete all Work as specified or indicated in the Contract Documents. The Work is generally described as follows: The work to be done as covered by these contracts and specifications consists of install the BDA and Alert systems specified including: labor, shipping, materials, equipment, wireing all devices and incidentals for the Westlake Fire-EMS Station No. 1 as well as the procurement and installation of the BDA and Alert sysaem in offices, mall, conference room, workrooms, EOC, living quarters bays and day room. Most supplie two copies of the warrant and as bult drawing in a 3-ring notebook, one eltronic copy on a flash drive. See attached proposal for details. Article 1. CONTRACT TIME. 3.1. CONTRACTOR agrees to commence work within ten (5) days after the date of written notice to commence work, and to complete the work on which he has bid within 60 working days as provided in the General Conditions. Article 2. CONTRACT PRICE. 4.1. OWNER shall pay CONTRACTOR for completion of the Work on a Unit Price Work Basis in accordance with the Contract Documents in current funds based on the measured quantities and the unit prices stated in the Proposal. Article 3. PAYMENT PROCEDURES. CONTRACTOR shall submit Applications for Payment on work completed during the previous month on the first day of the month. CONTRACTOR shall present only one Application for Payment each month. Applications for Payment will be processed by ENGINEER and OWNER shall make payment to CONTRACTOR within thirty (30) days of the date of the invoice. Article 4. INTEREST. All moneys not paid when due shall bear interest at the maximum rate allowed by law at the place of the Project. Article 5. CONTRACTOR'S REPRESENTIONS. In order to induce OWNER to enter into this Agreement, CONTRACTOR makes the following representations: Station No. 12018 7 5.1. CONTRACTOR has familiarized itself with the nature and extent of the Contract Documents, Work, site, locality, and all local conditions and Laws and Regulations that in any manner may affect cost, progress, performance or furnishing of the Work. 5.2. CONTRACTOR binds itself to use such materials and so construct the work that it will remain in good repair and condition for and during the period of one (1) years from the date of the repair and to maintain said work in good repair and condition for said term of one (1) years. CONTRACTOR binds itself to repair or replacement of the furnishing in whole or in part at any time within said period, if in the opinion of the owner, it be necessary. 5.3. To the fullest extent permitted by laws and Regulations, CONTRACTOR shall indemnify and hold harmless OWNER and ARCHITECT and their consultants, agents and employees from and against all claims, damages, losses and expenses, direct, indirect or consequential (including but not limited to fees and charges of engineers, architects, attorneys and other professionals and court and arbitration costs) arising out of or resulting from the performance of Work, provided that any such claim, damage, loss or expense (a) is attributable to bodily injury, sickness, disease or death, or to injury to or destruction of tangible property (other than the Work itself) including the loss of use resulting there from and (b ) is caused in whole or in part by any negligent act or omission of CONTRACTOR, and Subcontractor, any person or organization directly or indirectly employed by any of them to perform or furnish any of the Work or anyone for whose acts any of them may be liable, regardless of whether or not it is caused in part by a party indemnified hereunder or arises by or is imposed by Laws and Regulations regardless of the negligence of any such party. 5.4. In any and all claims against OWNER or ARCHITECT or any of their consultants, agents or employees by any employee of CONTRACTOR, any Subcontractor, any person or organization directly or indirectly employed by any of them to perform or furnish any of the Work or anyone for whose acts any of them may be liable, the indemnification obligation under paragraph 7.3 shall not be limited in any way by any limitation on the amount or type of damages, compensation or benefits payable by or for CONTRACTOR or any such Subcontractor or other person or organization under workers' or workmen's compensation acts, disability benefit acts or other employee benefit acts. Article 6. Contract Documents The Contract Documents which comprise the entire agreement between OWNER and CONTRACTOR concerning the Work consist of the following: • Proposal • This Agreement • Resolution 19-06 • General Conditions • General Requirements There are no Contract Documents other than those listed above in this Article 6. Station No. 12018 R Article 7. TERMINATION. OWNER may terminate contract if CONTRACTOR persistently fails to perform the work in accordance with the Contract Documents including, but not limited to, failure to supply sufficient skilled workers, or suitable materials or equipment, or otherwise violates in any substantial way any provisions of the Contract Documents. OWNER may, after giving CONTRACTOR seven (7) days written notice and to the extent permitted by Laws and Regulations, terminate the services of CONTRACTOR, exclude CONTRACTOR from the site and take possession of the Work. Article 8. MISCELLANEOUS. 10.1. No assignment by a party hereto of any rights under or interests in the Contract Documents will be binding on another party hereto without the written consent of the party sought to be bound, and specifically but without limitation moneys that may become due and moneys that are due may not be assigned without such consent (except to the extent that the effect of this restriction may be limited by law), and unless specifically stated to the contrary in any written consent to an assignment, no assignment will release or discharge the assignor from any duty or responsibility under the Contract Documents. OWNER and CONTRACTOR each binds itself, its partners, successors, assigns and legal representatives to the other party hereto, its partners, successors, assigns and legal representatives in respect of all covenants, agreements and obligations contained in the Contract Documents. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, OWNER and CONTRACTOR have signed five (3) copies of the Agreement. Two counterparts each have been delivered to OWNER and CONTRACTOR. All portions of the Contract Documents have been signed or identified by OWNER and CONTRACTOR. This agreement will be effective on the �—day of s&nLADY 2019. OWNER: CONTRACTOR: , Town of Westlake, Texas By: 1 By: Thomas E. B er Town Manager ATTEST. ��dATTEST: Kelly Edwa , F r� Address for giving n Address for giving notices: 1500 Solana Blvd. ti di w7 v TIM Westlake, Texas �. (If OWNER is a pub body, tach..•- List name of person to whose attention resolution authorizing ecutiol�o � notices are to be sent: Agreement. ) (If CONTRACTOR is a Corporation, attach evidence of authority to sign.) Station No, 12018 n Article 7. TERMINATION. OWNER may terminate contract if CONTRACTOR persistently fails to perform the work in accordance with the Contract Documents including, but not limited to, failure to supply sufficient skilled workers, or suitable materials or equipment, or otherwise violates in any substantial way any provisions of the Contract Documents. OWNER may, after giving CONTRACTOR seven (7) days written notice and to the extent permitted by Laws and Regulations, terminate the services of CONTRACTOR, exclude CONTRACTOR from the site and take possession of the Work. Article 8. MISCELLANEOUS. 10.1. No assignment by a party hereto of any rights under or interests in the Contract Documents will be binding on another party hereto without the written consent of the party sought to be bound, and specifically but without limitation moneys that may become due and moneys that are due may not be assigned without such consent (except to the extent that the effect of this restriction may be limited by law), and unless specifically stated to the contrary in any written consent to an assignment, no assignment will release or discharge the assignor from any duty or responsibility under the Contract Documents. OWNER and CONTRACTOR each binds itself, its partners, successors, assigns and legal representatives to the other party hereto, its partners, successors, assigns and legal representatives in respect of all covenants, agreements and obligations contained in the Contract Documents. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, OWNER and CONTRACTOR have signed five (3) copies of the Agreement. Two counterparts each have been delivered to OWNER and CONTRACTOR. All portions of the Contract Documents have been signed or identified by OWNER and CONTRACTOR. This agreement will be effective on the 8th day of February, 2019. OWNER: CONTRACTOR: Town of Westlake, Texas DFW Communications, Inc. dba Crosspoint Comm is tions By: By: czel� Thomas E. Brymer, Town Manager Craig Sikes, Vice President ATTEST: ATTEST: Kelly Edwards, Town Secretary i resident Address for giving notices: Address for giving notices: 1500 Solana Blvd. Building 7, Suite 7200 501 Duncan Perry Rd Westlake, Texas 76262 Arlington, TX 76011_ (If OWNER is a public body, attach List name of person to whose attention resolution authorizing execution of notices are to be sent: Agreement. ) Craig Sikes (If CONTRACTOR is a Corporation, attach evidence of authority to sign.) Station No. 12018 General Provisions CLEAN-UP DESCRIPTION 1. The Contractor shall perform such daily clean-up and hauling away of packing materials as is deemed necessary by the town. 2. The work shall at all times present a neat and orderly appearance. Station No. 12018 () GROSSPOINT COMM LJNICATIONS Westlake Fire Dept Public Safety BDA Project 12/14/2018 Data Restrictions This proposal is considered Crosspoint Communications confidential and restricted. The proposal is submitted with the restriction that it is to be used for evaluation purposes only,and is not to be disclosed publicly or in any manner to anyone other than those employed by Westlake Fire Dept required to evaluate this proposal without the express permission of Crosspoint Communications. 1� CROSSPOINT Crosspoint Communications COMMUNICATIONS Westlake Fire Dept Richard Whitten 12/5/2018 Westlake Fire Dept Richard Whitten, Crosspoint Communications is pleased to present this proposal for the implementation of a Public Safety BDA Project in the new fire station off of Dove Rd. This proposal has been developed from information gathered from our site walk and the plans provided by you. This price proposal is valid for 90 days. Westlake Fire Dept faces several challenges with the current communications. To meet these challenges, Westlake Fire Dept has identified its most pressing needs as follows: • Need a public safety BDA in the fire station for proper communications. Thank You, Crosspoint Communications Please call us with any questions you may have regarding this proposal Bill Kennedy Account Representative (817) 789-8610 Charlie Wanat Engineering group (817) 808-9005 — t ii J Res 19-06 Public Safety BDA Project Crosspoint Communications Confidential and Proprietary CROSSPOINT COMMUNICATION S Crosspoint Communications Westlake Fire Dept Table of Contents SystemDescription......................................................................................................................... 1 PublicSafety Systems................................................................................................................. 1 OperationalOverview............................................................................................................. 1 Crosspoint Communications Statement of Work........................................................................... 6 Crosspoint Communications Responsibilities............................................................................ 6 GeneralUnderstanding........................................................................................................... 6 General.................................................................................................................................... 7 Netco Public Safety BDA System.......................................................................................... 8 Westlake Fire Dept Responsibilities........................................................................................... 9 Assumptions.............................................................................................................................. 10 Partsand Labor............................................................................................................................. 11 Paymentterms and conditions.............................................................................................. 11 SystemAcceptance................................................................................................................... 12 System Acceptance Document ..................................................................................................... 15 SystemWarranty........................................................................................................................... 16 Res 19-06 Public Safety BDA Project Crosspoint Communications Confidential and Proprietary CROSSPOINT COMMUNICATION S Crosspoint Communications Westlake Fire Dept System Description Public Safety Systems Operational Overview The Bi-Directional Amplifier(BDA) System is used to provide radio system coverage within a facility that does not allow for radio system signal penetration. The network itself consists of a donor antenna network based from an antenna placed on the rooftop of the structure that collects the signal from the outside source and feeds it to an amplifier that boosts the signal and then sends it to a distributed antenna system within the buildings. The distribution network extends the outside signal to portable units operating within the structure. In the opposite direction, thus the term "bi-directional", the signal is collected by the distribution system and sent to the amplifier, and then broadcast back to the system over the donor antenna network. Many factors need to be determined in the development of these networks to determine the size and cost of a system. Some of these factors include: • Amount of signal level available outside of the building that can be collected by the BDA • The area inside the structure that requires radio system coverage. • The building architecture and its ability to block radio signals 1 Res 19-06 Public Safety BDA Project Crosspoint Communications Confidential and Proprietary CR0SSP01NT COMMUNICATIONS Crosspoint Communications Westlake Fire Dept D i ■ 3007 3008 ■A C 74 OA 9 700/800 MHz ■ ■ital multi-channel class + signalRF booster 2018 ■. -- —Version The most important thing we build is trust Key features • Class A—signal booster for SMR and public safety networks • Supports APCO 25 phase 1 and 2 for public safety networks • NFPA 72-2013,Chapter 24 and IFC 510.1 Compliant • Support of SMR 700/800 MHz networks • Patented DSP filtering"technology • Supports up to 24 independent filters per unit; user programmable bandwidth J frequency • NEMA4 enclosure • SALC-Smart ALC mechanism to protect the digital signal booster from oscillation and shutdown the signal booster when required • Web based management,SNMP traps • Uplink squelch • Integrated spectrum analyzer tool D-MBR 3007-3008 PS NFPA(Digital Every parameter of D-MBR 3007— implemented by the inbuilt AGC per- Multi Band Repeater for Public 3008 PS NFPA, including filter channel (filter) feature, which Safety) is a Class A Digital Multi- tuning and selection, can be permits equalization of the channel Channel Signal Booster (DCSB). It controlled via web based levels for uniform coverage. features an array of up to 24 DSP management. The patented based filters per unit. Cobham Wireless digital RF filter This product meets the rigid enables simple initial setup for any requirements as defined by the The filters are software-controlled, channel plan and if necessary, NFPA and International Fire Cade of variable bandwidth of up to allows some basic reeonfguration developmental organizations. The 7SKHz,and are user programmable due to re-handing. amplifier is painted a Fire Life Safety across the corresponding bands. Red, meets NEMA4 compliance for The SALC — Smart ALC algorithm hose down, and provides all D-MBR 3007-3008 PS NFPA will reduce the gain to protect the Alarming outputs as defined by supports all public safety signal booster from oscillation. NFPA 2013, Chapter 24 including technologies. For each filter, the When the gain cannot be reduced system and antenna failures. The user can specify the start and stop anymore a shut-down mechanism power supply integrity alarm is via frequencies to reduce the will be triggered. BDA Failure Alarm if primary power installation time of the signal is disconnected or otherwise booster and enable a very wide The signal booster protects against interrupted range of filters selection. degradation of the system's sensitivity and coverage. This is r The❑-M8R 3007-3008 P5 NFPA is a digital,multi-channel signal booster provides reliable and interference-free coverage when in the presence of other services in the adjacent channels. d� 2 Res 19-06 Public Safety BDA Project Crosspoint Communications Confidential and Proprietary f COMMUNICATIONSCROSSPOINT Crosspoint Communications Westlake Fire Dept D-MBR 3007-3008 PS NFPA Class A Datasheet Technical specification Electrical Downlink Uplink Frequenry Range: SMR70OMHz 758—775 MHz 788—805 MHz SMR 800MHz 851—861 MHz 806—816 MHz Passband Gain 55 to 85 dB Adjustable in 1 dB steps Passband Ripple }2.5 dB t 2.5 dB Gain attenuation range 30 dB Filter Bandwidth(SMR 700MHz and 80OMHz) Programmable BW 12.5KHz to 75KHz at 12.5KHz steps, Total number of supported filters in both SMR 700 and 24 800MHz bands Number of filters in SMR 70OMHz N Up to 24 Number of filters in SMR 80OMHz(*} Up to 24 Composite Output Power{**} +30 dBm +24 dBm Noise Figure @ Maximum Gain 5.0 dB General Dimensions W x D x H 13.78"x 18.1"x 5.7" (350 mm x 460 mm x 145 mm) Power Supply 90 to 260 VAC or 48VDC Power Consumption <150 W Total RF Input Power(no damage) +10 dBm Impedance Level 50 Ohm RF Connector N-type, Female VSWR 1.5:1 maximum Compliance IC/FCC Environmental Operating Temperature 14 to 1220 F(-10°C to+50°C) Humidity 10%to 90%Condensed Weight 28.8 lbs.(13kg) Enclosure Aluminium(NEMA4) {*}total number of 24 filters is shared between the two bands. {**)For single band 700 or 800MHz DL composite power is 3dB more{33dBm} Ordering Information Identification Description part Number D-MSR 3007 3008 PS with Digital Multi Channel Selective Signal Booster Class A D-MBR 3007 3008-PS- NFPA and Red painted case 700/800MHz 24 Filters,30dBm composite per band, NFPA-AC-CLASS-A 85dB gain,AC powering with NFPA and IFC compliant Alarm Outputs and red painted case. D-MBR 3007 3008 PS with Digital Multi Channel Selective Signal Booster Class A D-MBR 3007 3008-PS- NFPA and Red painted case 700/80OMHz 24 filters,30dBm composite per band, NFPA-DC-CLASS-A 85dB gain,48 VDC powering with NFPA and IFC compliant Alarm Outputs and red painted case. 3 Res 19-06 Public Safety BDA Project Crosspoint Communications Confidential and Proprietary CROSSPOINT COMMUNICATION S Crosspoint Communications f Westlake Fire Dept Public Safety/BDA In-Building Coverage An integral part of an in-building solution for emergency response radio coverage is the backup power system. NFPA males relating to the autonomous operation and monitoring of the BDA power is quite stringent.These back up power enclosures were engineered to meet every aspect of NFPA 72 and provide integrators configuration flexibility and rapid delivery directly to site,batteries included. Features ■ NFPA Compliant ■ All Required monitoring alarms ■ Batteries included ■ Choose capacity to match T. system requirements ■ NEMA 4X Enclosure - ■ Choose wall mount case size A or B ■ Prew-ired internal&external,with waterproof feed thni's for easy on-site connections: ■ Customization to meet local AHJ's requirements 12-24-48V, 18- 100AH 48V, 100AH 26"x22"x10' 19"x24'xMY Specifications case A Case B Input: 115/230 VAC External wiring: Outputs: ■ AC Input: 16 AWG,UL 3 conductor,SJT jacket, 12', DC: 12, 24 and 48V,with 120, 240 and 480 Watt DC UPS with molded plug AC: 110V at 100 watts, 24 hour rating(contact factory Enclosure:NEMA 4X,IP 65,welded aluminum with for detailed specifications) IP 65 battery vent and locking door with 4 each 1/2" Protections: Battery breaker,AC input breaker, knock-outs for cable entry on sides and bottom(16 NEMA 4X enclosure total),IP 65 cable entries.Red powder coat wall mount. NFPA Compliant Alarms(Form C,Dry Contact) ■ AC fail Optional Configurations/Components ■ Battery discharged to 30%of capacity ■ Input/Output wire lengths/terminations/plugs ■ Charger fail . Ethernet/SNLT monitoring and data logging Batteries Included:maintenance free,valve regulated, (see model SPM-200 for specifications) sealed lead acid, 18,55,and 100 AH capacity ■ Battery temperature compensation sensor ■'Preliminary:Specifications subject to change Inverter installed-AC UPS Output DC UPS Power Batt MwlosurO Model *HMO WWI$ C.agolcdty Size PE-12V-120W-18AH 12 VDC 120 18 A PE-12V-120W-55AH 12 VDC 120 55 A PE-12V-120W-100AH 12 VDC 120 100 A H PE-24V-240W-18AH 24 VDC 240 18 A PE-24V-240W-55AH 24 VDC 240 55 A PE-24V-240W-100AH 24 VDC 240 100 A D PE-48V-480W-18AH 48 VDC 480 18 A ~ W PE-48V480W-55AH 48 VDC 480 55 A Ctitse Size PE-48-48OW-100AH 48 VDC 480 100 B A 26"x 22"x 10" PE-110V-100W-100AH/24V 110 VAC 100 100 A B 19"x 24"x 20" 4 Res 19-06 Public Safety BDA Project Crosspoint Communications Confidential and Proprietary CROSSPOINT COMMUNICATION S Crosspoint Communications Westlake Fire Dept Distribution Antennas Manufacturer: Model: Height: Ceiling Mount Technical Parameters: Donor Site: Netco Radio System Site Netco Donor Level: -70 dBm 5 Res 19-06 Public Safety BDA Project Crosspoint Communications Confidential and Proprietary f COMMUNICATIONSCROSSPOINT Crosspoint Communications Westlake Fire Dept Crosspoint Communications Statement of Work Public Safety BDA Project Crosspoint Communications Responsibilities General Understanding This section describes the tasks that will be required to complete this project. It discusses Crosspoint's responsibilities and what responsibilities would be required of Westlake Fire Dept in the implementation of this project. Upon receipt of the "Notice to Proceed" and a purchase order, Crosspoint will begin the acquisition of the materials designated on the enclosed equipment list. Once the system has been ordered,updated equipment delivery times will be provided to Westlake Fire Dept Project Manager. Due to the specialized nature of this type of equipment leads times are typically eight to ten weeks ARO on the BDA head end equipment. Crosspoint Communications will appoint a Project Manager who will remain as the single point of contact throughout the project. The PM will coordinate the project kick-off meeting with Westlake Fire Dept. This initial meeting would include the following discussions along with any other points requested by Westlake Fire Dept: Introduce project team to Westlake Fire Dept and establish"Point of Contact" for both Crosspoint and Westlake Fire Dept. This would include exchanging contact information(email address, phone numbers, etc.). • Review Westlake Fire Dept responsibilities and timeline of their completion. • Review equipment delivery schedules with Westlake Fire Dept • Review installation schedule Discuss any on-site requirements of Westlake Fire Dept. This would include establishing access requirements, onsite contacts, and any special work conditions or safety requirements (hardhats, work location hazards, etc.). All materials will be stored at one of Crosspoint's facilities and transported to the site as needed. Crosspoint will be responsible for all shipping and transportation costs as part of this proposal. 6 Res 19-06 Public Safety BDA Project Crosspoint Communications Confidential and Proprietary CROSSPOINT COMMUNICATION S Crosspoint Communications Westlake Fire Dept General 1. Perform all work and tasks required to install the products according to manufacturers' recommendations during installation 2. Administer safe work procedures for installation 3. Ensure the proper disposal of all debris generated from installation 4. Schedule the implementation in agreement with Westlake Fire Dept. 5. Coordinate the activities of all Crosspoint Communications subcontractors under this contract. 6. All work will be performed during normal working hours (Monday through Friday, 8AM to 5:OOPM). 7. Crosspoint Communications will use the Motorola R56 Manual, Standards and Guidelines for Communication Sites as its installation guide in all situations where the customer specifications and local codes do not apply. These guidelines will be adhered to as closely as possible as allowed by the existing sites and equipment. The R56 Manual is available for review upon request. This quotation does not included bringing existing equipment and sites up to R56 standards unless specifically outlined. 8. All grounding wire , stainless steel bolts, lugs, and other small grounding hardware will be supplied by Crosspoint Communications. 9. Any work that is required to complete this project not specifically described in this statement of work will be considered above the scope of this proposal and subject to re- quotation 10. Perform testing of equipment 7 Res 19-06 Public Safety BDA Project Crosspoint Communications Confidential and Proprietary CROSSPOINT COMMUNICATION S Crosspoint Communications Westlake Fire Dept Netco Public Safety System Implement the RF distribution network. This will include the following: Provide and install a public safety BDA w/24 Hours Battery Back Up. Provide and install Heliax coaxial cable between the Donor antenna and the designated locations for each distribution antenna as specified in the system design. Install (4) distribution antennas that will be secured to ceiling tiles. Precautions will be taken to ensure that ceiling tiles will not sag. Install all of the cable terminations, signal splitters, cable securing hardware. Apply power to the system and perform system optimization that will include recording all signal levels at each antenna site. Once the system has been completely implemented and fully tested by Crosspoint, Crosspoint Communications, along with representatives of Westlake Fire Dept shall participate in a "Coverage Demonstration Procedure" (CDP). These procedures are described later in this section. Upon final acceptance, the system will be commissioned and customer beneficial use shall begin. 8 Res 19-06 Public Safety BDA Project Crosspoint Communications Confidential and Proprietary f COMMUNICATIONSCROSSPOINT Crosspoint Communications Westlake Fire Dept Westlake Fire Dept Responsibilities Crosspoint will require access throughout the building in the different locations affected by the installation. Westlake Fire Dept will need to provide clear access to each of these locations during normal business hours. It will be Westlake Fire Dept's responsibility to ensure the proper representatives are available to attend a scheduled pre-project meeting. Representatives will need to authorize the placement of the different system components. At this meeting, Crosspoint will review the installation schedule and Westlake Fire Dept responsibilities. Westlake Fire Dept will need to provide representatives to participate in the Coverage Demonstration Procedure. It will be necessary to secure a letter of permission from the Netco owner or system administrator prior to installation of the BDA. Single point Ground within 6' of BDA installation 15A AC Circuit within 6' of BDA installation Work will be conducted prior to occupancy. If a debris collection device is necessary for ceiling tile removal additional labor charges will apply. 1. Provide all authorizations to perform the installation services. 2. Obtain and provide all approvals,permits, and agreements as required at all sites and locations. 3. Provide adequate space for equipment to be installed. 4. Provide primary electrical power at the site. 5. Provide all roof penetrations required by the project unless they are outlined in the Crosspoint Communications statement of work section. 6. Provide Point of Contact to monitor and answer questions related to project. 7. Sign"Installation Completion Form"upon satisfactory completion of project. 8. Provide all buildings, equipment shelters, and towers required for system installation 9. Insure communications sites meet space, grounding, power, and connectivity requirements for the installation of all equipment. 10. Obtain all licensing, site access, or permitting required for project implementation. 11. Provide any specialized cable management systems required by the project. 12. Customer will provide a dedicated delivery point, such as a warehouse, for receipt, inventory and storage of equipment prior to delivery to the site(s). 13. Coordinate the activities of all Westlake Fire Dept vendors or other contractors. 14. Provide all Cable run path ways. 15. Provide all fire stops and fireproof sleeves. 9 Res 19-06 Public Safety BDA Project Crosspoint Communications Confidential and Proprietary 1� CROSSPOINT Crosspoint Communications COMMUNICATIONS Westlake Fire Dept Assumptions Crosspoint Communications has developed a comprehensive engineered solution contained within this proposal with the best intentions of satisfying the needs of Westlake Fire Dept. Certain assumptions were made in order for Crosspoint Communications to design this system. The following is a list of site requirements and design assumptions for the system. 1. All existing sites or equipment locations will have sufficient space available for the system described as required/specified by R56. 2. All existing sites or equipment locations will have adequate electrical power in the proper phase and voltage and site grounding to support the requirements of the system described. 3. All existing towers, roof tops or side walls will have adequate space and size to support the antenna network requirements of the system described. 4. Any site/location upgrades or modifications are the responsibility of the customer. 5. Any tower stress analysis or tower upgrade requirements are the responsibility of Westlake Fire Dept. 6. Approved FCC licensing provided by the Westlake Fire Dept. 7. Approved local, State, Federal third party permits as may be required for the installation and operation of the proposed equipment are the responsibility of Westlake Fire Dept. 8. Any required system interconnections not specifically outlined here will be provided by Westlake Fire Dept. These may include dedicated phone circuits, microwave links, Ethernet or other types of connectivity. 9. Crosspoint Communications is not responsible for interference caused or received by the Crosspoint Communications provided equipment.. Should the Westlake Fire Dept's system experience interference, Crosspoint Communications can be contracted to investigate the source and recommend solutions to mitigate the issue. 10 Res 19-06 Public Safety BDA Project Crosspoint Communications Confidential and Proprietary CROSSPOINT COMMUNICATION S Crosspoint Communications Westlake Fire Dept Parts and Labor Description Cost Equipment $ 419935.00 Installation & Optimization $ 329010.00 Warranty Wrap Year One $ 300.00 Total $ 74,245.00 Payment terms and conditions Crosspoint Communications Inc. will submit invoices to Westlake Fire Dept according to the Payment Schedule below. Westlake Fire Dept will make payments when due in the form of a wire transfer, check, or cashier's check from a U.S. financial institution. Overdue invoices will bear simple interest at the maximum allowable rate. Sales tax not included. 100% Due upon Final System Acceptance 11 Res 19-06 Public Safety BDA Project Crosspoint Communications Confidential and Proprietary 1� CROSSPOINT Crosspoint Communications COMMUNICATIONS Westlake Fire Dept System Acceptance As part of this proposal, Crosspoint Communications Inc. is providing a 95% coverage guarantee at a Delivered Audio Quality(DAQ) level of 3.0. The following table describes the subjective performance description as defined in the TIA TSB-88 Bulletin. Delivered Audio Quality(DAQ) Scale Definitions Delivered Subjective Performance Description Audio Quality DAQ 5.0 Speech easily understood. DAQ 4.5 Speech easily understood. Infrequent Noise/Distortion. DAQ 4.0 Speech easily understood. Occasional Noise/Distortion. DAQ 3.4 Speech understandable with repetition only rarely required. Some Noise/Distortion. DAQ 3.0 Speech understandable with slight effort. Occasional repetition required due to Noise/Distortion. DAQ 2.0 Understandable with considerable effort. Frequent repetition due to Noise/Distortion. DAQ 1.0 Unusable, speech present but unreadable. RF coverage performance will be demonstrated to ensure that the coverage extension system provides a DAQ level as stated throughout the specified coverage area. The procedure is explained in the following paragraphs. Coverage demonstration shall be considered complete and successful when the ability to send and receive intelligible voice communications over a portable radio inside each facility and the fixed test team's stationary location has been demonstrated as defined in the Coverage Demonstration Procedure (CDP). In the event that the Coverage Demonstration does not demonstrate the required level of coverage, Crosspoint will, with the cooperation of Westlake Fire Dept, optimize the system and/or provide all additional labor and materials required to meet the performance criteria as defined in this proposal. 12 Res 19-06 Public Safety BDA Project Crosspoint Communications Confidential and Proprietary f COMMUNICATIONSCROSSPOINT Crosspoint Communications Westlake Fire Dept The following is required for the CDP: Resources: Two Westlake Fire Dept Representatives, two Crosspoint Representatives Equipment: Building plans with mutually agreed upon test points marked, two fully charged portable radios. Coverage Demonstration Procedure (CDP) One Westlake Fire Dept and one Crosspoint representative will be located at the Westlake Fire Dept dispatch center or control point. This team will be responsible for controlling the CDP and completing the Acceptance Test Check Sheets. This team will be called the Stationary Team. The second Westlake Fire Dept and Crosspoint representative will each be equipped with one portable radio. This team will be responsible to initiate and/or receive calls from each of the test points in the facility. This team will be called the Mobile Team. Test calls will be initiated from the mobile team once they have reached an agreed upon test point. The test at each point will consist of the following transmissions: • Mobile Team---"This is mobile team testing, one two, three, four, five at location XYZ, do you read me", "Over" • Stationary Team--- "Affirmative, testing, one, two, three, four, five. Received your message at DAQ X.X,", "Over" • Mobile Team---"Mobile team received your message at DAQ X.X," • Move to the next location. The stationary team will be responsible for all documentation for both teams. 13 Res 19-06 Public Safety BDA Project Crosspoint Communications Confidential and Proprietary 1� CROSSPOINT Crosspoint Communications COMMUNICATIONS Westlake Fire Dept Failed Test Points In the event that a transmission fails in either direction, the mobile team will move 2-5' from the previous test position and the test point procedure will be repeated. If the test point fails this second attempt, it will be noted as a failed test point. A failed test point is any point that is graded at less than a DAQ level of 3.0 in either direction. Transmissions including the test message will be the only transmissions that are graded. Proof of 95% Reliability Test points will be determined during the acceptance-testing phase of the implementation. Locations will be evenly distributed throughout the area. Westlake Fire Dept reserves the right to decline testing any test points. Declined test points will be considered unknown and not taken into account. Westlake Fire Dept will supervise the entire test. Coverage will be tested and verified for both talk-in and talk-out directions. Extrapolation of results from tests in one direction to reach conclusions about the other direction will not be acceptable. A failure in either the inbound or outbound direction will constitute a failed test location. A successful test point shall be one that provides delivered audio quality of at least DAQ 3.0 in both the inbound and outbound directions. A failure in either the inbound or the outbound direction at a test location will constitute a failed test location. In the event that the first test call (inbound or outbound) is unsuccessful, the field team will be allowed to move up to 5' and a retry will be permitted. If the second attempt to communicate fails that test location will be deemed a failure. The following information will be submitted to Westlake Fire Dept at the conclusion of the acceptance testing previously described. Once this document is signed the warranty period shall begin. 14 Res 19-06 Public Safety BDA Project Crosspoint Communications Confidential and Proprietary CROSSPOINT COMMUNICATION S Crosspoint Communications Westlake Fire Dept System Acceptance Document Westlake Fire Dept approves and accepts the Public Safety BDA Project as implemented in the new Fire Station at the cornor of Davis Blvd and Dover Rd in its present form. The System Acceptance Test Plan has been successfully completed and Westlake Fire Dept has commenced beneficial use of the system. Westlake Fire Dept Crosspoint Communications Representative Representative Signature Signature Name (Print) Name (Print) Position Position Date Date 15 Res 19-06 Public Safety BDA Project Crosspoint Communications Confidential and Proprietary f COMMUNICATIONSCROSSPOINT Crosspoint Communications Westlake Fire Dept System Warranty All manufacturer warranties apply. New equipment provided by Crosspoint features a full one- year parts and labor warranty from the factory. Crosspoint's standard on-site warranty service is offered for 90 days after system acceptance. A One Year Warranty Wrap is included to cover the first year of on-site service. Copies of the manufacture's warranty are available upon request. Service agreement on equipment can be written to cover all infrastructures on a 24 x 7 basis. If Westlake Fire Dept so chooses after the warranty period has expired, a maintenance agreement could be developed to cover malfunctions, electronic components, and failure. Negligence, abuse and Acts of God are not covered under a service agreement. Crosspoint Communications will provide Service on the equipment with parts support from the factory. Crosspoint's maintenance during the warranty period is performed between the hours of 8AM and 4:30PM Monday through Friday What the Warranty Does Not Cover • Defects or damage resulting from use of the Product in other than its normal and customary manner. • Defects or damage from misuse, accidents, water, or neglect. • Defects or damage from improper testing, operation, maintenance, installation, alteration, modification, or adjustment. • Breakage or damage to antennas unless caused directly by defects in material workmanship. • Products, which have had the serial number, removed or made illegible. • Freight cost to and from the repair depot. • Scratches or other cosmetic damage to Product surfaces that does not affect the operation of the Product. • A Product subjected to unauthorized Product modifications, disassemblies or repairs. • Normal and customary wear and tear. 16 Res 19-06 Public Safety BDA Project Crosspoint Communications Confidential and Proprietary GROSSPOINT Crosspoint Communications Inc. `°""°"""'°"' Westlake Fire Department City of Westlake 9-12-2018 Fire Department This document serves as DFW Communications Inc.'s response to the proposal request for the installation and implementation of the fire station alert system for the City of Westlake's new Fire Station and Administration Building. Crosspoint Communications Inc. Statement of Work Westlake Fire Station Alert System Installation Version 2 Station Alert and Voice Radio • Install (1) Station Alert and(1) voice radio and a Day Night Switch(Monitor switch) in the Report Writing room. • Supply and install an alert interface box and connect to the Alert radio. • Supply and install control cable from the alert base station "Lights" output to the alert light control relay in electrical room. . (Max current at decoder closure 1 Amp) ➢ Electrician to supplied high voltage relay for light circuits and control voltage source for relay coil.(12-48 VDC; No AC control voltage preferred due to noise) • Supply and install (2) antenna mast onto the South apparatus bay wall above the report writing room. • Supply and install (2) 800Mhz directional antenna onto mast. • Supply and install (2) lightning surge protection devices (polyphaser) inside coaxial cable entrance to building and ground closest ground point or structure steel. • Supply and install (2) 1/4" Superflex coaxial jumper from new antenna to polyphaser and terminate. • Supply and install (2) 1/4" Superflex coaxial jumper from polyphaser to the control station location and terminate. • Install (2) RG142 coaxial jumpers from the 1/4" terminations to the base stations. Station Alert System Installations Res 19-06 Price Proposal GROSSPOINT Crosspoint Communications Inc. `°""°"""'°"' Westlake Fire Department EOC Voice Radio • Install (1) Voice radio in the EOC at specified location • Supply and install (1) antenna mast at customer specified location. TBD • Supply and install(1) 800Mhz directional antenna onto mast. • Supply and install (1) lightning surge protection device (polyphaser) inside coaxial cable entrance to building and ground closest ground point or structure steel. • Supply and install (1) 1/4" Superflex coaxial jumper from new antenna to polyphaser and terminate. • Supply and install(1) 1/4" Superflex coaxial jumper from polyphaser to the control station location and terminate. • Install (1) RG142 coaxial jumper from the 1/4" termination to the base station. Fire Station Alert Sound System Installation • Provide and install (2) Bogan C100 amplifiers at customer specified location in Watch Room or Equipment room. • Provide and install (15) ceiling mount speakers with no local volume control in common areas to include the Dayroom, Kitchen, Physical Training Room , Hallways, Dorms. Fire Riser Rm 124, EMS Storage Rm 114, Laundry Rm 110 • Install Moisture resistant speakers in the (3) Rest Rooms. • Provide and install (3) SoundSphere (360 degree) speakers in apparatus bay with volume control at amplifier location. • Provide and install Commercial grade audio cable from the speakers to the amplifier and terminate. • Provide and install one (1) SoundSphere speaker (360 degree) in breezeway 130 (near the back patio)with volume control at amplifier location. • Supply and install audio cable to amplifiers. • Connect four(4) Federal Signal Flashing Model 191XL Red to Station Alerting System; Apparatus Bay 120, Compressor Rm 113, Work Rm 114, and Fitness Rm 109. • Install control cable from Alert module to the Federal Signal flashing lights. • Connect eight (8) recessed canned red lights (solid burn)to station alerting system; Capt. Rm 112, Bed Rooms (105, 106107, 108, 128, 129), and Day Rm 101. Customer Electrician to supply and stall canned lights and single point connection to alert system. Admin Sound System • Provide and install (1) Bogan C60 amplifier at customer specified location. • Install an Audio cable from the Fire Station radio to the amplifier and terminate. • Provide and install (4) ceiling mount speakers with no local volume control in common areas to include the Hallway and Mall. Station Alert System Installations Res 19-06 Price Proposal GROSSPOINT Crosspoint Communications Inc. `o—u.1C-1*.$ Westlake Fire Department • Install Moisture resistant speakers in the (2) Rest Rooms. • Provide and install (6) ceiling mount speakers with local wall mount volume controls in the Chiefs office, Fire Marshal's office, Conference room and the EOC and Reception/Copy area, • Provide and install Commercial grade audio cable from the speakers to the amplifier and terminate. • Connect one (1) Federal Signal Flashing Model 191XL Red to Station Alerting System; EOC 205. Labor and Parts Description Cost Control Station Installations $ 6,522.63 Fire Station Alert Sound System Installation $ 15,367.68 Admin Sound System $ 8,053.46 One Year Warranty Wrap $ 300.00 System Total $30,243.77 System installation will be performed in accordance with Motorola R56 FNE Standards. Crosspoint Communications to supply all miscellaneous install hardware such as nuts, bolts, etc. Any work that is required to complete this project not described in this statement of work will be considered above the scope of this proposal and subject to re-quotation. If you have any questions you can contact me at(972) or(817) 730-4339, Ext. 1744 Thank You, Steve LePrell Bill Kennedy Projects Department Sr Sales Representative Crosspoint Communications Crosspoint Communications Station Alert System Installations Res 19-06 Price Proposal CERTIFICATE OF INTERESTED PARTIES FORM 1295 l of l Complete Nos.1.4 and 6 if there are interested parties. OFFICE USE ONLY Complete Nos.1,2,3,5,and 6 if there are no interested parties. CERTIFICATION OF FILING 1 Name of business entity filing form,and the city,state and country of the business entity's place Certificate Number: of business. 2019-444268 Crosspoint Communications Arlington,T%United States Date Filed: 2 Name of governmental entity or state agency that is a party tot the contract far which the form is 01/23/2019 being filed. Westlake,City of Date Acknowledged: 3 Provide the identification number used by the governmental entity or state agency to track or identity the contract,and provide a description of the services,goods,Or other property to be provided under the contract. CP-FSA/BDA Communications Equipment 4 Nature of interest Name of Interested Party City,State,Country(place of business) (check applicable) Controlling I Intermediary 5 Check only if there is NO Interested Party. ❑ 6 UNSWORN DECLARATION 1' My name is 60alq ,SJC[S andmydateoftshi s My address is—501 Dvn(i Ptry A<Itws'lt Tk 76011 T....4 (strain (city) (state) (zip code) (country) I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is We and correct. T , aermad in "fie"^T County, State of 'e Y` on the �J 9 q day of .2g�. I/^n�'e- , �^ w (month) (yaap y"""'�1 �EaV'r-v�!!J Signature of limKorized agent of contracting business entity (Oedarairm Forms provided by Texas Ethics Commission www.ethics.state.tx.us Version V1.1.28ab6150 CERTIFICATE OF INTERESTED PARTIES FORM 1295 lofl Complete Nos.1-4 and 6 if there are interested parties. OFFICE USE ONLY Complete Nos.1,2,3,5,and 6 if there are no interested parties. CERTIFICATION OF FILING 1 Name of business entity filing form,and the city,state and country of the business entity's place Certificate Number: of business. 2019-442237 Crosspoint Communications Arlington,TX United States Date Filed: 2 Name of governmental entity or state agency that is a party to the contract for which the form is Ol/16/2019 being filed. Town of Westlake Date Acknowledged: 01/17/2019 3 Provide the identification number used by the governmental entity or state agency to track or identify the contract,and provide a description of the services,goods,or other property to be provided under the contract. 2019-01 BDA System 4 Nature of interest Name of Interested Party City,State,Country(place of business) (check applicable) Controlling Intermediary 5 Check only if there is NO Interested Party. ❑ X 6 UNSWORN DECLARATION My name is and my date of birth is My address is , (street) (city) (state) (zip code) (country) I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed in County, State of ,on the_day of ,20_ (month) (year) Signature of authorized agent of contracting business entity (Declarant) Forms provided by Texas Ethics Commission www.ethics.state.tx.us Version V1.1.28ab6150 Form TCG 2270 VERIFICATION REQUIRED BY TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE CHAPTER 2270 Contract identifier: SDAr Sys * . , — 2019-0 Department: By signing below, Company herby verges the following: 1. Company does not boycott Israel; and 2. Company will not bo sr I during the term of the contract. SIGNED BY. Print Name of Person: Crai c S,'ke,ar— Signing,Title, and Company Date signed: r\q STATE OF TEXAS § COUNTY OF!!�cxf&A § BEFORE ME, the undersigned Notary Public on this day personally appearederar S.w.r (Name), on behalf of +!,*Arami.m -T. , (Company) who being duly sworn, stated under oath thathe/she has read the foregoing verification required by Texas Government Code Section 2270.002 and said statements contained therein are true and correct.. SWORN AND SUBSCRIBED TO before me, this day of 204_, NOTARY OF PUBLIC, FOR THE STATE OF TEXAS My Commission Expires: ��...:�...=�, oB o8� ��� `o1�evP��, KIRTIN HALLBAUER a oc Notary Public,State of Texas 'v Comm.Ex iras C16.082021 Government Code§2270.002. Provision Required in Contract ' r r Notary ID t2U441JO z r Effective: September 1,2017 A governmental entity may not enter into a contract with a company for goods or services unless the contract contains a written verification from the company that it: (1)does not boycott Israel; and (2)will not boycott Israel during the term of the contract. The following definitions apply: (1) "Boycott Israel"means refusing to deal with, terminating business activities with,or otherwise taking any action that is intended to penalize, inflict economic harm on, or limit commercial relations specifically with Israel, or with a person or entity doing business in Israel or in an Israeli-controlled territory, but does not include an action made for ordinary business purposes. (2)"Company" means a for-profit sole proprietorship, organization, association,corporation, partnership,joint venture, limited partnership, limited liability partnership, or limited liability company, including a wholly owned subsidiary, majority-owned subsidiary, parent company, or affiliate of those entitles or business associations that exists to make a profit. (3)"Governmental entity" means a state agency or political subdivision of this state. State law requires verification from a Company for contracts involving goods or services (regardless of the amount) before the City can enter into the contract. CERTIFICATE OF INTERESTED PARTIES FORM 1295 lofl Complete Nos.1-4 and 6 if there are interested parties. OFFICE USE ONLY Complete Nos.1,2,3,5,and 6 if there are no interested parties. CERTIFICATION OF FILING 1 Name of business entity filing form,and the city,state and country of the business entity's place Certificate Number: of business. 2019-441799 Crosspoint Communications Arlington, TX United States Date Filed: 2 Name of governmental entity or state agency that is a party to the contract for which the form is ul/15/2019 being filed. Town of Westlake Date Acknowledged: 01/17/2019 3 Provide the identification number used by the governmental entity or state agency to track or identity the contract,and provide a description of the services,goods,or other property to be provided under the contract. 2019-2 Alert System 4 Nature of interest Name of Interested Party City,State,Country(place of business) (check applicable) Controlling Intermediary 5 Check only if there is NO Interested Party. X 6 UNSWORN DECLARATION My name is and my date of birth is My address is , (street) (city) (state) (zip code) (country) I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed in County, State of on the_day of ,20 (month) (year) Signature of authorized agent of contracting business entity (Declarant) Forms provided by Texas Ethics Commission www.ethics.state.tx.us Version V1.1.2876150 Form TCG 2270 VERIFICATION REQUIRED BY TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE CHAPTER 2270 Contract identifier: Alee-T- .57,.s1r­a ., - 20i4-2, Department: By signing below, Company herby verifies the following: 1. Company does not boycott Israel; and 2. Company Will t Isr el during the term of the contract. SIGNED BY: Print Name of Person: r=rst s S:Kc.T Signing, Title, and Companyross�o: 450 Date signed: t It a / t "1 STATE OF TEXAS § COUNTY OF § BEFORE ME, the undersigned Notary Public on this day personally appeared crai S:Kcr-(Name), on behalf of Grosco*;rrT. . (Company) who being duly swom, stated under oath thatMe/she has read the foregoing verification required by Texas Government Code Section 2270.002 and said statements contained therein are true and correct.. SWORN AND SUBSCRIBED TO before me,this �, 1�h day of A( n 1!� 1 f ,20,jq p @a 6 �Qn°_u_oDn NOTARY OF PUBLIC, FOR THE STATE OF TEXAS My Commis ion Expires: OR 2021 KIflSTIN HALLBAUER Notary Public,State of Texas 511,%'�f Comm,Expires 08-08-2021 Government Code§ 2270.002. Provision Required in Contract �,;;;oF`,o Notary to 129446562 Effective: September 1,2017 A governmental entity may not enter into a contract with a company for goods or services unless the contract contains a written verification from the company that it: (1)does not boycott Israel; and (2)will not boycott Israel during the term of the contract. The following definitions apply: (1)"Boycott Israel" means refusing to deal with,terminating business activities with,or otherwise taking any action that Is intended to penalize, inflict economic harm on,or limit commercial relations specifically with Israel, or with a person or entity doing business in Israel or in an Israeli-controlled territory, but does not include an action made for ordinary business purposes. (2)"Company" means a for-profit sole proprietorship, organization, association,corporation, partnership,joint venture, limited partnership, limited liability partnership, or limited liability company, including a wholly owned subsidiary, majority-owned subsidiary, parent company, or affiliate of those entities or business associations that exists to make a profit. (3)"Governmental entity"means a state agency or political subdivision of this state. State law requires verification from a Company for contracts involving goods or services (regardless of the amount)before the City can enter into the contract.