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File #: BILL NO. 19-176    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 #2 to the contract with Capital Electric Line Builders for the Woods Chapel Road & Channel Drive Signal project, an increase of $15,558.76 for a revised contract price of $261,870.14. (PWC 7/30/19)
Sponsors: Public Works Admin & Engineering
Attachments: 1. Ordinance, 2. Woods Chapel Road CO 2
Related files: BILL NO. 18-144
Title
An Ordinance approving Change Order #2 to the contract with Capital Electric Line Builders for the Woods Chapel Road & Channel Drive Signal project, an increase of $15,558.76 for a revised contract price of $261,870.14. (PWC 7/30/19)

Body
Issue/Request:
An Ordinance approving Change Order #2 to the contract with Capital Electric Line Builders for the Woods Chapel Road & Channel Drive Signal project, an increase of $15,558.76 for a revised contract price of $261,870.14.

Key Issues:
· Additional sod was required to restore the project to match the existing surroundings.
· Thermoplastic pavement markings needed to be added to this contract.
· Optional signal equipment was purchased with this contract.

Proposed City Council Motion:

FIRST MOTION: I move to for a second reading of an Ordinance approving Change Order #2 to the contract with Capital Electric Line Builders for the Woods Chapel Road & Channel Drive Signal project, an increase of $15,558.76 for a revised contract price of $261,870.14.

SECOND MOTION: I move to for adoption of an Ordinance approving Change Order #2 to the contract with Capital Electric Line Builders for the Woods Chapel Road & Channel Drive Signal project, an increase of $15,558.76 for a revised contract price of $261,870.14.

Background:
The thermoplastic pavement marking for this project was originally included with the overlay project, as that project would immediately follow the completion of the signal project. As a result of the recent flooding in Nebraska, the delivery of the signal equipment was significantly delayed, leading to the delay in the completion of this project. As a result, the thermoplastic pavement markings were removed from the overlay project and put back into this project. Additionally, much more area was disturbed during construction of the ADA ramps in order to match existing grades and remain ADA compliant. As a result, additional sod was required to properly restore the ground. Finally, the Cont...

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