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File #: BILL NO. 19-202    Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 8/15/2019 In control: City Council - Regular Session
On agenda: 9/3/2019 Final action: 9/3/2019
Title: An Ordinance approving Change Order No. 1 to the contract with J.M. Fahey Construction Company for the Hook Road Shoulder project, an increase of $300,495.00 for a revised contract price of $1,699,729.50. (PWC 8/27/19)
Sponsors: Public Works Admin & Engineering
Attachments: 1. Ordinance, 2. Change Order
Related files: BILL NO. 19-72
Title
An Ordinance approving Change Order No. 1 to the contract with J.M. Fahey Construction Company for the Hook Road Shoulder project, an increase of $300,495.00 for a revised contract price of $1,699,729.50. (PWC 8/27/19)

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Issue/Request:
An Ordinance approving Change Order No. 1 to the contract with J.M. Fahey Construction Company for the Hook Road Shoulder project, an increase of $300,495.00 for a revised contract price of $1,699,729.50.

Key Issues:
· During construction, severe deterioration of the underlying pavement structure was identified over wide spread areas.
· To ensure long term success for the project, the decision was made to perform extensive full depth pavement patching and to provide additional pavement thickness where needed.
· Routine quantity adjustments and minor design changes are also being incorporated to address drainage issues identified during construction.

Proposed City Council Motion:
FIRST MOTION: I move for a second reading of an Ordinance approving Change Order No. 1 to the contract with J.M. Fahey Construction Company for the Hook Road Shoulder project, an increase of $300,495.00 for a revised contract price of $1,699,729.50.
SECOND MOTION: I move for adoption of an Ordinance approving Change Order No. 1 to the contract with J.M. Fahey Construction Company for the Hook Road Shoulder project, an increase of $300,495.00 for a revised contract price of $1,699,729.50.


Background:
During construction of the shoulder widening, severe deterioration of the existing pavement was observed. Staff reviewed the areas and determined full depth pavement patching was required. The full depth patching is anticipated to run 6 inches deep. Because additional depth may be encountered in some areas, additional tonnage is included in this change order. This change order also includes increasing the 2 inch asphaltic concrete surface to 3 inches along the roadway centerline if additional pavement structure is required following the patch...

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