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File #: 19-0295    Version: 1
Type: Unfinished Business Status: Passed
File created: 7/9/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 8/6/2019 Final action: 8/6/2019
Title: Approval of Contract with Roger Hickel Contracting, Inc., for Kelsey Dock Phase II in the amount of $6,477,829. Postponed from July 16, 2019.
Attachments: 1. Contract 1516 - Kelsey Dock Phase II, 2. Yellow Building Facade Design, 3. Yellow Building Modifications - Package B Design, 4. Yellow Building Modifications - Package B Specifications, 5. Yellow Building Modifications - Package B Estimate - RHC, 6. Existing Pole Barn Modifications - Package A Design, 7. Existing Pole Barn Madifications - Package A Estimate - RHC, 8. New Conditioned Storage - Package C Design
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Approval of Contract with Roger Hickel Contracting, Inc., for Kelsey Dock Phase II in the amount of $6,477,829. Postponed from July 16, 2019.

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SUBMITTED BY: Lindy Vititow, Capital Facilities Project Manager

FISCAL NOTES:
Expenditure Required: $6,477,829.00
Unencumbered Balance: $7,235,866.41
Funding Source: 310-6400-58000 / 310-9513-58000

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Approve contract with Roger Hickel Contracting, Inc. for Kelsey Dock Phase II in the amount of $6,477,829.

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SUMMARY STATEMENT:
In March, 2019, after a competitive proposal process, the City Council awarded Roger Hickel Contracting, Inc., a Construction Manager / General Contractor (CM/GC) contract for Kelsey Dock Phase II Pre-Construction Services. This provides the City of Valdez with comprehensive planning and cost information relative to the modifications of the Yellow Building Warehouse and to develop a scope of services and associated costs for the necessary upgrades needed at the current Parks & Building Maintenance lot on West Egan. RHC, Inc., worked closely with ECI Architects and all consultants to provide the city with a Guaranteed Maximum Price for this CM /GC contract to complete all work required for the project scope: removing the ends and beautifying the Yellow Building and recreating displaced storage on the centralized maintenance site.
RHC GMP is based on self-performed work compensated at a fixed rate, competitive bidding of sub contracted work, a fix fee for profit and overhead as outlined in their original proposal, and Contractor and Owner contingencies.
Below outline the three packages or phases that comprise the work necessary to truncate the Yellow building and provide an adequate replacement on the existing Building Maintenance and Parks and Recreation site on West Egan.
Please note in order to facilitate plan review and estimating, the scopes are divided into three distinct design packages: 'A', 'B', & 'C'. comprise the entirety of the project....

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