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File #: BILL NO. 19-175    Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 7/16/2019 In control: City Council - Regular Session
On agenda: 8/6/2019 Final action: 8/6/2019
Title: An Ordinance approving Change Order #3 to the contract with Emery Sapp & Sons for the Ward Road (County Line to Gore) improvement project, an increase of $158,670.39 for a revised contract price of $4,113,839.89. (PWC 7/30/19)
Sponsors: Public Works Admin & Engineering
Attachments: 1. Ordinance, 2. Change Order 3
Related files: BILL NO. 18-143
Title
An Ordinance approving Change Order #3 to the contract with Emery Sapp & Sons for the Ward Road (County Line to Gore) improvement project, an increase of $158,670.39 for a revised contract price of $4,113,839.89. (PWC 7/30/19)

Body
Issue/Request:
An Ordinance approving Change Order #3 to the contract with Emery Sapp & Sons for the Ward Road (County Line to Gore) improvement project, an increase of $158,670.39 for a revised contract price of $4,113,839.89.

Key Issues:
· Several items involving sanitary sewer and water relocation are being revised to match final measured quantities.

· The jointing of the concrete pavement was revised to match the recommendations of the America Concrete Pavement Association.

Proposed City Council Motion:
FIRST MOTION: I move for a second reading of an Ordinance approving Change Order #3 to the contract with Emery Sapp & Sons for the Ward Road (County Line to Gore) improvement project, an increase of $158,670.39 for a revised contract price of $4,113,839.89.

SECOND MOTION: I move for adoption of an Ordinance approving Change Order #3 to the contract with Emery Sapp & Sons for the Ward Road (County Line to Gore) improvement project, an increase of $158,670.39 for a revised contract price of $4,113,839.89.

Background:
While reviewing the pavement joint details with the contractor, it was discovered the original jointing plan was designed for 9 inch thick pavement. Because the pavement on this project is 8 inches thick, smaller pavement panels were desired. This was confirmed with the American Concrete Pavement Association. This change resulted in a significant increase of both transverse and longitudinal joints. This change order also adjusts the final quantities of work associated with the relocation of sanitary and water items.

Presenter
Dena Mezger, Director of Public Works
Recommendation
Staff recommends approval of an Ordinance approving Change Order #3 to the contract with Emery Sapp & Sons for the Ward Roa...

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