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File #: 21-584    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 11/4/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 11/8/2021 Final action: 11/8/2021
Title: Adopt City Council Resolution Authorizing City Manager to Execute Contract Change Order With Akeff Construction Services, Inc. for the Maple Street Storm Drain and Alley Rehabilitation Project (PWP-00116), Increasing the Contract by $78,490.00 from Streets Project Fund (Account 420-4870-0731) for a Total Contract Amount Not to Exceed $1,412,544.00
Indexes: Storm Drains, Street Maintenance, Street Traffic & Safety
Attachments: 1. RESO Maple Street Project Change Order No.pdf, 2. Att 1 - Added Street Locations Map, 3. Att 2 - Contract Change Order No. 3

Title

Adopt City Council Resolution Authorizing City Manager to Execute Contract Change Order With Akeff Construction Services, Inc. for the Maple Street Storm Drain and Alley Rehabilitation Project (PWP-00116), Increasing the Contract by $78,490.00 from Streets Project Fund (Account 420-4870-0731) for a Total Contract Amount Not to Exceed $1,412,544.00

 

Summary

The City of Fort Bragg hired local contractor Akeff Construction Services, Inc. to construct the Maple Street Storm Drain and Alley Rehab Project, City Project No. PWP-00116. This project includes the replacement of significant quantities of underground storm drain lines and pavement rehabilitation on five (5) alleys and one (1) section of Maple Street. City staff identified six (6) additional locations throughout town early on in the project where small localized sections of pavement are failing as a result of either storm damage or utility issues, and correction is required to ensure street surfacing is safe and consistent with the integrity of the City’s Pavement Management Program goals to prevent further deterioration at these locations. The cost of the additional rehabilitation work associated with correcting the pavement failures (Attachment 1), is $78,490.00 and sufficient funding in the original project budget remains available.