Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board

Resolution
2018-118

Resolution Approving Change Order Nos. 10 & 11 with Morcon Construction Company, Inc., Contract No. C-41745, for the Phillips Aquatics Center Project in Phillips Park in the Total Amount of $74,374.53 for a New Contract Total of $6,733,525.85

Information

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Category:Change OrdersProjects:No Project

Item Discussion

Whereas, The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) is authorized to contract with public and private entities in the performance of its functions;

 

Whereas, The MPRB entered into Contract No. C-41745 with Morcon Construction Company, Inc., for construction of the Phillips Aquatics Center Project in Phillips Park in the amount of $5,644,000.00 on November 30, 2016;

 

Whereas, Change Order Nos. 1, 2, and 3, in the total amount of $437,495.98, being within the approved contingency amount, were approved administratively and made part of the contract with Morcon Construction Company, Inc.;

 

Whereas, Change Order Nos. 4-9, in the total amount of $557,655.34, were approved by the Board of Commissioners and made part of the contract with Morcon Construction Company, Inc.;

 

Whereas, Change Order No. 10, in the amount of $8,591.93, includes pool tile mosaic and pool deck topcoat changes during construction;

 

Whereas, Change Order No. 11, in the amount of $74,374.72, includes elevator, architectural, pool equipment, and fire service changes made necessary during construction;

 

Whereas, MPRB staff and the project consultants have reviewed the costs related to Change Order Nos. 10 & 11 and determined that the costs are necessary, beneficial and appropriate;

 

Whereas, Funding is available within the project budget to cover a portion of the work related to Change Order Nos. 10 & 11; and

 

Whereas, Staff has determined that additional funding can be directed to the project through NPP20 2018 Capital Contingency Fund; and

 

Whereas, This resolution is supported by the MPRB 2007-2020 Comprehensive Plan, which envisions “Dynamic parks that shape city character and meet diverse community needs;”

 

RESOLVED, That the Board of Commissioners approves Change Order Nos. 10 & 11 with Morcon Construction Company, Inc., Contract No. C-41745, for the Phillips Aquatics Center Project in Phillips Park in the total amount of $74,374.53 for a new contract total of $6,733,525.85; and

 

RESOLVED, That the President of the Board and Secretary to the Board are authorized to take all necessary administrative actions to implement this resolution.

 

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Background

This Board action considers approval of Change Order Nos. 10 & 11 (Attachments A & B) with Morcon Construction Company, Inc., Contract No. C-41745, for the Phillips Aquatics Center Project in Phillips Park in the total amount of $74,374.53 for a new contract total of $6,733,525.85. The proposed changes include pool finishes and equipment, elevator, electrical, lighting, architectural, fire service, and other miscellaneous changes during construction.

 

Funding is available within the project budget to cover approximately half of the work related to Change Order Nos. 10 & 11. Additional funding up to $37,000.00 can be directed to the project through the NPP20 2018 Capital Contingency Fund.

 

Previously Approved Change Orders

Nine previous change orders have been processed on this project:

 

Change Order / Scope of work

Amount

1

Changes to pool equipment, ceiling, and lockers

$10,709.45

Remove and dispose owner equipment

$964.97

Change Order No. 1 Total

$11,674.42

 

 

 

2

Locker Room Renovations

$195,454.31

Teen / Fitness Center Renovations

$168,562.97

Dept of Health changes, emergency light change, jobs reporting

$5,979.61

Change Order No. 2 Total

$369,996.89

 

 

 

3

PR#5

$14,295.26

CCD#1

$21,785.99

Excavation and disposal of existing foundations

$17,375.74

Reroute electrical around new surge tank

$2,367.68

Change Order No. 3 Total

$55,824.67

 

 

 

4

Fire alarm upgrade

$61,055.08

Passive radon mitigation

$14,555.31

Emergency lights battery backup

$3,841.71

Upgrade elevator cab lights

$577.06

Window treatments, sub metering, coiling door, dampers

$91,554.98

Knock out panel modifications

$17,707.00

Delete mural at entrance

($38,074.48)

Change Order No. 4 Total

$151,216.66

 

 

 

5

Revised vent at sump pump (code/inspection requirement)

$9,590.00

Cap/modify existing floor drains in mechanical room (unforeseen condition)

$3,217.00

Modify ductwork to allow clear height path to roof access door (design oversight)

$3,873.02

Modifications to dehumidification units (design / coordination)

$41,253.90

Chemical room exhaust modification (design / coordination)

$3,121.00

Delete touch pad rough-in (owner request)

($770.00)

Change Order No. 5 Subtotal

$60,284.92

 

 

 

6

Elevator modernization (general building rehabilitation)

$122,404.29

 

Change Order No. 6 Subtotal

$122,404.29

 

 

 

 

Quartz flooring pool deck (owner request)

$28,514.70

 

Starting blocks (owner request)

$30,757.64

 

Insulated pool covers (unforeseen condition / owner request)

$78,670.62

 

Change Order No. 7 Subtotal

$137,942.96

 

 

 

8

Natatorium conduit relocation

$46,725.29

Miscellaneous electrical changes, added chase, delete canopy mesh, extend sidewalk at entrance

($2,555.85)

Add hose bib at pool deck

$1,574.44

Natatorium lighting changes

$6,014.91

 

Change Order No. 8 Subtotal

$51,758.79

 

 

 

9

Cap abandoned roof curbs

$5,518.11

Delete CMU alcoves, modify reception desk

($1,090.27)

Add structural column in basement

$23,817.33

Add stainless sleeve for future low voltage cabling

$363.97

Add CMU chases in natatorium, delete window covering

$5,438.58

 

Change Order No. 9 Subtotal

$34,047.72

 

 

 

 

TOTAL Change Order Nos. 1-9

$995,151.32

 

Proposed Change Order No. 10

Change Order No. 10 in the amount of $8,591.93 includes the items listed below. All costs, quantities, and materials were reviewed by Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) staff and design consultants and determined this Change Order to be acceptable.

·         Addition of colorful tile mosaic around the edge of the new teaching pool at the waterline.

·         Addition of a top coat for the epoxy coating on both the new and old pool decks. to extend the life of the wear surface and minimize yellowing of floor material.

 

Change Order / Scope of work

Amount

10

Pool waterline tile mosaic pattern

$2,587.66

Pool deck epoxy top coat

$6,004.27

 

TOTAL Change Order No. 10

$8,591.93

 

Proposed Change Order No. 11

Change Order No. 11 in the amount of $65,782.60 includes the items listed below. All costs, quantities, and materials were reviewed by MPRB staff and design consultants and determined this Change Order to be acceptable.

·         The existing concrete risers for spectator seating, once uncovered, were discovered to be in very poor condition so the faces of the risers that are viewed from the pool will be painted to match the newly painted walls of the existing natatorium.

·         The elevator is required to be on its own dedicated electrical circuit and was discovered to be shared with offices on the second floor.

·         Exterior light fixtures to light the new canopy were deleted as they were not necessary and were to be installed in a location where they would be vulnerable to damage. The existing exterior signs need to be removed to meet city signage requirements, but were not noted in the bid documents to be removed.

·         New masonry chases protecting the mechanical system were open at the top and require caps to enclose them.

·         The new door at the hoist room in the basement needs to be modified to accommodate the exhaust duct for the pool chemical room.

·         Once the existing gas meter enclosure was removed at the west entrance it was determined that a new enclosure is not required.

·         An added closet was requested for additional storage space for maintenance.

·         Building numbers are added at the west entrance to coordinate with the new canopy signage.

·         The bid documents did not detail the showers sufficiently to meet ADA requirements and require modifications to the grab bars, seats, and hand-held nozzles.

·         Aquatics staff requested that only one 1-meter diving board be installed in the competition pool. The pool depth is inches too shallow to accommodate a 3-meter board.

·         The ceiling at the aquatics reception desk requires modification after the desk itself was modified to allow for better sightline in the hallway.

·         The civil engineering drawings did not show a new fire service for the new sprinkler system in the remodeled area.


Change Order / Scope of work

Amount

11

Paint faces of existing stadium seating

$3,132.08

Elevator - refeed to dedicated circuit

$3,776.63

Delete light fixtures, remove existing exterior signage

$4,181.71

Cap chases in natatorium

$3,941.52

Change door at hoist room

$2,643.04

Delete new gas meter enclosure

($565.36)

Add maintenance closet

$7,310.91

Add building numbers

$1,159.59

Revise ADA shower grab bars and seats, hand showers

$5,772.53

Delete one diving board

($12,677.19)

Change ceilings at reception and new hallway

$5,593.07

Modify reception desk

$12,365.24

Fire service for new sprinkler system

$29,148.83

 

TOTAL Change Order No. 11

$65,782.60

 

Contract Summary

 

Original Contract Amount

$5,664,000.00

Total Change Orders to date

$995,151.32

Total Contract Amount to date

$6,659,151.32

Proposed Change Order Nos. 10 & 11

$74,374.53

Proposed New Contract Amount

$6,733,525.85

 

The Phillips Community Center Aquatics Facility project is under construction and is planned to open the first quarter of 2018.

 

FUNDING / COST SUMMARY

 

Sources

 

$7,945,009.29

 

Minneapolis Swims

$5,000.00

 

 

East Phillips Neighborhood NRP

$25,000.00

 

 

2012 State Bonding

$1,750,000.00

 

 

Hennepin Youth Sports Program Grant (HYSPG)

$325,000.00

 

 

HYSPG MPRB match (2013 CIP)

$45,000.00

 

 

Minneapolis Public Schools

$1,750,000.00

 

 

2015 Capital Levy Funds

$95,000.00

 

 

2014 District 3 Contingency Funds

$100,000.00

 

 

2014 District 6 Contingency Funds

$25,000.00

 

 

2016 CIP Luxton Park – Transfer

$252,000.00

 

 

2016 CIP Matthews Park – Transfer

$189,000.00

 

 

NPP20 Capital Funds (2017)

$725,000.00

 

 

NPP20 Capital Fund Contingency (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020)
(four years at $260,000 per year)

$1,040,000.00

 

 

NPP20 Rehabilitation Funds (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020)
(four years at $70,000 per year)

$280,000.00

 

 

NPP20 - General Building Rehabilitation Fund

$256,251.65

 

 

NPP20 2018 Capital Contingency Fund

$37,000.00

 

 

One-time general fund (2017)

$70,000.00

 

 

Aquatics operating budget

$30,757.64

 

 

Other Pledged Capital Funding - (MPLS Swims)

$945,000.00

 

 

 

 

 

Uses

 

$7,944,992.66

 

PSA(s) for USAquatics, JLG Architects, building commissioning

$799,700.00

 

 

MPRB project management 

$75,000.00

 

 

Testing and survey

$37,274.28

 

 

Site preparation, MPRB construction costs, furnishings, fixtures, and equipment

$289,337.28

 

 

Other administrative costs

$10,155.25

 

 

Construction Agreement with Morcon Construction

$6,659,151.32

 

 

Change Order No. 10 - Morcon Construction Company

$8,591.93

Pending Board Approval

 

Change Order No. 11 - Morcon Construction Company

$65,782.60

Pending Board Approval

 

 

 

 

Balance

 

$16.63

 

RECOMMENDATION

 

Staff recommends approval of Change Order Nos. 10 & 11 with Morcon Construction Company, Inc., Contract No. C-41745, for the Phillips Aquatics Center Project in Phillips Park in the total amount of $74,374.53 for a new contract total of $6,733,525.85.

 

This action is supported by the following vision and goal statements in the MPRB 2007-2020 Comprehensive Plan:

Vision Theme 3:              Dynamic parks that shape city character and meet diverse community needs.

Goal:              Park facility renewal and development respects history and focuses on sustainability, accessibility, flexibility and beauty.

Meeting History

Feb 7, 2018 5:00 PM  Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board Regular Meeting
RESULT:ADOPTED [UNANIMOUS]
MOVER:Meg Forney, Commissioner At Large
SECONDER:Chris Meyer, Commissioner District 1
AYES:Brad Bourn, AK Hassan, Meg Forney, Londel French, Chris Meyer, Kale Severson, Jono Cowgill, Steffanie Musich
ABSENT:LaTrisha Vetaw