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File #: R-2018-013    Version: 1 Name: Beach Maint. Phase I - Change Order No. 8
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 12/21/2017 In control: Architecture & Urban Design Division
On agenda: 1/17/2018 Final action: 1/17/2018
Title: A Resolution Of The City Commission Of The City Of Hollywood, Florida, Authorizing The Appropriate City Officials To Execute The Attached Change Order No. 8 Between Stonehenge Construction, Inc. And The City Of Hollywood For Construction Of A Beach Maintenance Facility and Office Trailer, In The Amount Of $29,935.00.
Attachments: 1. Resolution-01.17.18 Change Order #8.pdf, 2. Change Order #8 REVISED 12_21_17.pdf, 3. terbeachmaintenancefacilitystonehenge.pdf, 4. BIS 18081.pdf

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A Resolution Of The City Commission Of The City Of Hollywood, Florida, Authorizing The Appropriate City Officials To Execute The Attached Change Order No. 8 Between Stonehenge Construction, Inc. And The City Of Hollywood For Construction Of A Beach Maintenance Facility and Office Trailer, In The Amount Of $29,935.00.

 

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Staff Recommends: Approval of the Attached Resolution.

 

 

Explanation:

In 2016, the City Commission under Resolution No. R-2016-320 awarded Stonehenge Construction, Inc. a construction contract to construct a beach maintenance facility under the Hollywood Bridge at A1A.

 

During construction it was discovered that the only way to get Comcast connection to the trailer was to do a directional bore under A1A to reach a Comcast box. This cost came in at $11,270.00.

 

Later, Public Works staff purchased a “Geomat Wash Equipment Station” and wanted it installed at this site.  The material and labor to install this equipment came to $18,665.00.

 

Prior to this Change Order the following Change Orders were approved:

                     Change Order 1 - The City of Hollywood would not issue a Notice to proceed for several months because the CRA’s construction of a future garage had come into question.  Once that was resolved the price of the metal ornamental fencing had risen $9,965.09

                     Change Order 2 - The planned parking drainage system had to be shifted as a result of uncovered utilities not previously identified. This additional cost was $4,344.70.

                     Change Order 3 - The metal ornamental fence had to be shifted and landscaping removed in order to avoid existing palm trees at sidewalk.  The cost was $6,913.80.

                     Change Order 4 - FPL would not allow us to connect into the nearest transformer box because it was at capacity. This forced us to connect to a transformer box on the other side of A1A next to an existing garage.  This involved underground boring of conduit under A1A and street repairs.  This cost came to $23,115.35.

                     Change Order 5 - This is related to Change Order 2, the City had to pay for test borings to locate the unknown underground utilities.  This cost was $580.75.

                     Change Order 6 - Public Works requested that a black screen be added to the back side on the metal ornamental fencing in order to make the area less visible to the public.  The cost was $2,742.75.

                     Change Order 7 - This proposal was for additional landscape material but the Change Order was rejected.

 

 

The Director of Development Services and the Director of Public works reviewed Change Order No. 8 and recommend the approval of this Change Order to Stonehenge Construction, Inc. in the amount of $29,935.00.  Funding is available in account number 34.5100.15514.519.006301.

 

Recommended for inclusion on the agenda by:

Dr. Wazir Ishmael, City Manager

Gus Zambrano, Assistant City Manager for Sustainable Development

Thomas Barnett, Director, Development Services

Sylvia Glazer, Director, Public Works