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File #: 18-1036    Name:
Type: Staff Report Status: Agenda Ready - Administrative Business
File created: 11/15/2018 In control: Special City Council
On agenda: 4/10/2019 Final action: 4/10/2019
Title: Report regarding a motion to accept the construction improvements of the Avalon-Brentwood Park Neighborhood Traffic Calming Project as complete in accordance with plans and specifications (Total Construction Cost $214,122). (Matthew Ruble, Acting Principal Engineer and Peter Vorametsanti, Swinerton)
Attachments: 1. Attachment 1 - Before and After Construction Photographs
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Report regarding a motion to accept the construction improvements of the Avalon-Brentwood Park Neighborhood Traffic Calming Project as complete in accordance with plans and specifications (Total Construction Cost $214,122). (Matthew Ruble, Acting Principal Engineer and Peter Vorametsanti, Swinerton)

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RECOMMENDATION
Recommendation
It is recommended that the City Council, by motion, accept the construction improvements of the Avalon-Brentwood Park Neighborhood Traffic Calming (CIP Project No. tr1703) as complete in accordance with plans and specifications (Total Construction Cost $214,122).

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BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION
On September 12, 2018, the City awarded a construction contract to Golden Bay Construction, Inc. to install speed cushion traffic calming devices in the Avalon-Brentwood Park neighborhood. Speed cushions are a type of speed hump with cut outs spaced for unimpeded fire truck passage. The work included installing twenty speed cushions throughout the residential streets along with associated pavement markings on the cushions and advanced warning signage for each cushion. The installations have been inspected by the Engineering Division and found to be complete in accordance with the contract documents as of March 19, 2019. Location Map and Photos are included in the Attachment 1 of this staff report.

The total construction cost incurred for the project is summarized as follows:
Projected Actual
Golden Bay Construction, Inc. Contract $188,782 $188,782
Construction Contingency $28,218 $25,340
Total Construction Budget $217,000 $214,122

Contingency was used to replace and relocate existing pavement striping in locations where the markings were obscured by the new speed cushions and to add advanced warning pavement markings.


FISCAL IMPACT
Funding for this project was drawn from the General Fund. The total construction cost incurred for the project is summarized as follows:
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