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Council provided direction to staff to pursue a new Water Treatment Plant. This Work Session is an update regarding that direction and information related to recent and planned activity.
The following items will be reviewed and discussed.
The City Council awarded a contract in the amount of $270,804.50 to McAnany Construction on July 27, 2020 to improve the surface of Powell Drive in the Bonner Springs Industrial Park.
The Contractor began work in late September and completed all work in mid-October 2020. Powell Drive was inspected by Public Works Staff to ensure that the work was completed satisfactory and met City and project specifications. The work included construction of paved shoulders, full depth construction at each driveway entrance, street resurfacing, and pavement markings.
All project costs have received previous Council approval.
The Design/Build approach being pursued includes the contracted services of an “Owners Representative” to coordinate and manage the project details from inception to completion. A Request For Qualifications (RFQ) was published on September 10 with a received date of October 13. The notice was published in the Wyandotte Echo as required. The notice was also published in the Drexel Plan House and twenty (20) individual downloads took place. In addition, the Public Works Department sent out nine (9) separate notices to consulting firms.
One (1) RFQ was received from BG Consultants, Inc. and reviewed by staff. The firm is well qualified and experienced to fulfill the role and assume the responsibilities of the Owners Representative. The firm has represented multiple small cities with similar projects.
All expenditures associated with the New Water Treatment Plant are anticipated to come from the Water Fund. Estimated 2020 expenditures are $55,000 and will come from the current year operating budget.
Estimated 2021 expenditures are $175,000. There will be expenditures anticipated for the remainder of the project (2022, 2023) but they cannot be estimated with confidence at this date and will be dictated by future construction and commissioning.
Attached are CORs for City Council review resulting in the following Change Orders. SFS Design Team has reviewed these change order requests:
Change Order 26 for Police Facility= $3,392.37
Change Order 27 for City Hall = $2,821.12
Change Order 28 for City Hall Addition = $714.84.
COR 014 – Police Facility ADD $829.78 to extend the roof drain to the southwest corner of the sally port to create enough room in the wall section for the vertical leg of the drain. This is a constructability issue; there is not enough room at the original location between the overhead doors for the drain.
COR 122 – Police Facility DEDUCT $930.17 for reduction in mirrors in Women’s Locker Room. When workout room was changed to a tactical meeting room, there was concern regarding site lines into the locker room. The mirrors were relocated to the north wall of the locker room to remove the site lines, thus reducing the square footage of mirrors.
COR 123 – Police Facility ADD $3,492.76 to install a primer over the concrete floors to provide acceptable humidity levels for epoxy finish. Requirement is 75% RH; floors came back at 88-90%. SFS vetted this cost/sq. ft. with the manufacturer.
COR 124 – City Hall ADD $2,821.12 to install a primer over the concrete floors to provide acceptable humidity level for epoxy finish. Requirement is 75% RH; floors came back at 99%. SFS has vetted the cost/sq. ft. with the manufacturer.
COR 125 – City Hall Addition ADD $714.84 to core through the I-Beam to install the horizontal leg of the roof drain due to space constraints. This is a constructability issue.
M. Nibarger with Allen, Gibbs & Houlik, L.C. will present the
2019 Audit and answer City Council questions.
The 2019 Audit contains an unmodified opinion which is the best opinion the City can receive for an audit.
This contract consists of replacing the roof on the Vaughn Dale building as well as the roof on the maintenance shop garage for a total of $79,143.
This contract consists of replacing the main drain line under our family unit building on the 200 block of North Park for a total of $95,696.