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File #: 21-730    Name:
Type: Staff Report Status: Consent Calendar
File created: 9/15/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 10/13/2021 Final action:
Title: Report regarding a resolution awarding a construction contract to "O K Construction" of Antelope, California for tenant improvements needed at the City-leased facility at 366 Grand Avenue (Project No.102203; Bid No. 2659) in an amount not to exceed $210,550.00 and authorizing a total construction budget of $260,550.00. (Nell Selander, Interim Director Economic & Community Development, and Ernesto Lucero, Economic Development Coordinator)
Attachments: 1. Attachment 1 - Bid Summary, 2. Attachment 2 - Contractor Bid Proposal
Related files: 21-761
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Report regarding a resolution awarding a construction contract to "O K Construction" of Antelope, California for tenant improvements needed at the City-leased facility at 366 Grand Avenue (Project No.102203; Bid No. 2659) in an amount not to exceed $210,550.00 and authorizing a total construction budget of $260,550.00. (Nell Selander, Interim Director Economic & Community Development, and Ernesto Lucero, Economic Development Coordinator)

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RECOMMENDATION
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Staff recommends that the City Council adopt a resolution awarding a construction contract to O K CONSTRUCTION of Antelope, California for tenant improvements needed at the City-leased facility at 366 Grand Avenue (Project No.102203; Bid No. 2659) in an amount not to exceed $210,550.00 and authorizing a total construction budget of $260,550.00.

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BACKGROUND
On April 14, 2021, City Council approved Resolution 72-2021 appropriating $2 million for at least two years of operations of a new Economic Mobility Resource Center (Resource Center). On April 28, 2021, City Council approved Resolution 84-2021 authorizing the City Manager to enter into a lease for a vacant commercial space at 366 Grand Avenue to house the Resource Center. While the 366 Grand Avenue property owner is delivering a clean shell space, the City must undertake a tenant improvement to make the space usable for the various services that will occupy the space - JobTrain workforce development services, Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center small business assistance, and other City-partnered non-profit community resources.

DISCUSSION
To define the scope of the tenant improvement project and prepare construction documents to bid and secure a building permit, the City selected William Duff Architects (WDA) through Request for Proposals process. The design process has since been completed, the building permit been applied for and approved, and now for Council's consideration is the award of a construction contract to com...

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