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File #: 19-0323    Version: 1
Type: New Business Status: Passed
File created: 7/26/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 8/6/2019 Final action: 8/6/2019
Title: Approval of CMGC Contract with Cornerstone General Contractors, Inc. for the Providence Valdez Medical Center Copper Pipe Replacement project in the amount of $2,714,975.00.
Attachments: 1. PVMC Copper Pipe Replacement - CGMC Contract, 2. PVMC Copper Pipe Replacement - Drawings
ITEM TITLE:
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Approval of CMGC Contract with Cornerstone General Contractors, Inc. for the Providence Valdez Medical Center Copper Pipe Replacement project in the amount of $2,714,975.00.
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SUBMITTED BY: Thomas Sanborn, Capital Facilities Project Manager

FISCAL NOTES:
Expenditure Required: $2,714,975.00
Unencumbered Balance: $3,277,958.28
Funding Source: 315-0310-58000.9197 (Hospital Copper Pipe); 310-4530-58000 (Clinic Copper Pipe); 315-0310-55000.1704 (Hospital A.I.I.); 315-0310-55000.1620 (Hospital Firewall Upgrades).

RECOMMENDATION:
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Approve CMGC Contract with Cornerstone General Contractors, Inc. for the Providence Valdez Medical Center Copper Pipe Replacement project in the amount of $2,714,975.00.
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SUMMARY STATEMENT:
Project Description: The attached contract with Cornerstone General Contractors, Inc. is the culmination of coordination and design assistance provided by the contractor for a suite of projects at the Providence Medical Center. This project will address the frequent and ongoing leaks in the copper piping throughout the Hospital and Clinic. This will include replacing all 2" diameter and smaller piping with corrosion resistant plastic piping and address any damage resulting from the leaking water. The replacement scope is phased within the project to address the entire facility. Additionally, other deficiencies of similar nature will be addressed by the contractor relating to a code compliant infection control room and a fire wall separation at long term care. These projects require similar tradespeople and will impact overlapping areas and early on we decided to incorporate them into the scope to reduce downtime and impact to the Hospital. The individual savings on the projects is notable and in line with original reasoning and justification for combining projects.
Construction Schedule: The contract allows for up to 300 calendar days to complete construction. The expected start date is the Week of October 7, 2019 w...

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