City of Pearland
Monthly Projects Update August 31, 2010
Magnolia Road Expansion (& Water) Pearland Parkway Mitigation Dixie Farm Road Widening East Maryâ€™s Creek Regional Detention Pond Recreation Center & Natatorium Hickory Slough Detention at Max Rd & Max Rd Sports Complex, Phase 1
Prepared by: Andrea Brinkley
For Distribution to City Council
Magnolia Road Expansion and Water Progress this period: Segment 3: (Construction Phase 1) Magnolia Rd. from Harkey Rd. to Veterans Dr. Design Engineer: Othon Consulting Engineers Contractor: WW Webber LLC CM: PBS&J Billed to Date: $9,021,575.64 % Billed: 100% Contract Days Used: 443 (90 rain days) % of Contract Days: 89% • •
Requested as-builts for TxDOT bridge inspection. Red line/as-built documents pending Design Engineer issue resolution.
Segment 3: (Construction Phase 1) Landscaping for Magnolia Rd. from Harkey Rd. to Veterans Dr. Landscape Architect: Knudson Contractor: Westco Irrigation CM: Staff Billed to Date: $ 243,611.90 % Billed: 87.43% Contract Days Used: 92 (2 rain days) % of Contract Days: 100% • •
Held close out meeting with contractor. Issued certificate of final completion as of June 22. Approved final payment/retainage payment. Initiated monthly maintenance work as of April 13. Obtained red lined plans, sent to City departments.
Segments 1 & 2: (Construction Phase 2) Magnolia Rd. from Veterans Dr. to SH 35 and John Lizer Rd. from SH 35 to Pearland Parkway Segment 2: Bridgefarmer & Associates Segment 1: Kirst Kosmoski Inc. Contractor: Texas Sterling Construction CM: Jacobs Carter Burgess Billed to Date: $11,525,835.90 % Billed: 95.34% Contract Days Used: 483 (65 rain days) % of Contract Days: 97.0% • • • • • • • • •
Completed pavement marking adjustments on Overpass. Completed irrigation and plantings on Magnolia Rd. medians. Completed interlocking block placement in Magnolia Outfall and Independence Park Outfall. BNSF initiated removal of at-grade RR crossing by removing concrete panels at crossing. Coordinated with businesses on private drive tie in. Initiated corrections per ADA inspection and City specifications. Issued Certificate of Substantial Completion on July 13th. Worked on punch list items. Issued payment to Center Point for streetlights.
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Magnolia Road Expansion and Water (cont’d) Segments 4 & 5: (Construction Phase 3) Magnolia Rd. from Morgan Rd. to Harkey Rd. and CR-89/Cullen Parkway from Southfork to Northfork Design Engineers: Seg. 4 Cobb Fendley & Associates; Seg. 5 Klotz Associates Magnolia Rd Bridge over Mary’s Creek: Bridgefarmer & Associates Contractor: Cross Roads Industries CM: ESPA Corp Billed to Date: $6,864,949.58 % Billed: 68.59% Contract Days Used: 258 (78 rain days) % of Contract Days: 56.09% • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
Continued irrigation installation along Southfork Dr. median. Switched traffic to new concrete lanes on Cullen Parkway on Aug. 31st. Removed temporary pavement on Cullen Parkway. Completed storm sewer leads and inlets along Cullen. Initiated sub-grade preparation on future Cullen southbound lanes. Initiated testing water line on Cullen Parkway and portions of Magnolia water line. Installed temporary gate at Southwyck WWTP on Magnolia. Completed interlocking block and rough grading on north side of RediSpan. Monitored barricades at Dryberry and FM 1128. Continued streetlight conduit and sidewalk installation from FM 1128 to Cullen Parkway on the south side of Magnolia Rd. Enterprise Pipeline completed work in easement west of Harkey. 12 in. sanitary sewer trench settled under pavement and along sub-grade of unpaved area east of FM 1128 on Magnolia Rd. Initiated sealing of manholes in preparation for televising sanitary line. Issued non-compliance for subgrade settlement. Completed investigations of settlement issue by coring, boring and hand augers to determine areas of concern. Found additional areas of concern at storm and sanitary roadway crossings. Issued letter to contractor regarding subgrade non-compliance. Continued 15 in. sanitary sewer along West Oaks Village to lift station #65, encountered wet sands and did not proceed with bore; Contractor requested to change to open cut method, and contractor requested that the work be done in coordination with other work. Coordinated with developer regarding alternate bid items and additional work. Sound study completed for Cullen Parkway from Southfork to Northfork.- no sound barrier warranted.
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Magnolia Road Expansion and Water (cont’d) Traffic Signal Installation at Southfork and CR90 and CR 94 Design Engineer: TEDSI Infrastructure Group CM: Staff Contractor: Florida Traffic Control Devices Billed to Date: $698,965.58 % Billed: 100% Contract Days Used: 200 % of Contract: 99% •
Completed repair of thermoplastic pavement markings, however, additional work needs to be done.
Planned activities for the period ending September 30, 2010: Segment 3: (Construction Phase 1) Magnolia Rd from Harkey Rd. to Veterans Dr. • Seek final signature from Design Engineer for Balancing change order. • Obtain as built plans from Engineer. Segment 3: (Construction Phase 1) Landscaping for Magnolia Rd. from Harkey Rd. to Veterans Dr.
Monitor maintenance and approve payments for maintenance contracts. Coordinate with Parks Department as needed.
Segments 1 & 2: (Construction Phase 2) Magnolia Rd. from Veterans Dr. to Pearland Parkway • Monitor and complete items noted for correction on punch-list. • Complete pavement grinding to remove rough areas. • Place additional speed limit signs near overpass. • Remove cat-track pavement markings at Pearland Parkway. • Coordinate with businesses on removal of temporary access west of overpass. • Coordinate with TxDOT to remove old signal equipment at SH 35. • Schedule Final Completion Inspection. • Monitor streetlight installation schedule for early October. • Complete red line drawings and review with Construction Manager. • Conduct project closeout. Segments 4 & 5: (Construction Phase 3) Magnolia Rd from Morgan Rd. to Harkey Rd., and CR-89 from Southfork to Northfork. • • • •
Complete left turn lane and handicap ramps at Morgan intersection and ramps and sidewalk along Morgan to Park. Install remaining signal pole foundation at Morgan intersection. Continue coordination with HOA regarding Morgan intersection work. Continue coordination with HOA regarding Thalerfield irrigation.
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Magnolia Road Expansion and Water (cont’d) • • • • • • • • • •
Repair any water hydrants damaged by paving activities. Complete subgrade preparation on Cullen Parkway. Complete paving on Cullen Parkway future southbound lanes. Complete water line tie in across Cullen Parkway at Southfork. Review and accept approved solution to repair trench settlement along Magnolia sanitary sewer. Complete 15 in. sanitary line tie in to West Oaks LS #65, with possible short term closure of West Oaks Blvd. Initiate 15 in. sanitary line to West Oaks LS #22. Complete sanitary sewer line testing and televising. Coordinate as necessary with developer for Magnolia Rd work. Coordinate with HOA, MUD, developer and residents as necessary.
Traffic Signal Installation at Southfork and CR90 and CR 94: • Complete any repairs to thermoplastic pavement markings. Project Schedule: • Construction Phase 1 (Magnolia Rd.: Harkey Rd. to Veterans Dr.) • Notice to Proceed issued May 1, 2007. • Substantial completion August 27, 2008. • Landscaping – Council Award on December 14, 2009. • Notice to Proceed issued January 11, 2010. • Substantial completion April 13, 2010. • Construction Phase 2 (Segments 1 & 2: Veterans Dr. to Pearland Parkway) – • Council Award on February 9, 2009. • Notice to Proceed issued for March 30, 2009. • Substantial completion May 24, 2010. (Revised: July 13th due to rain delays and COs) Construction Phase 3 (Segments 4 & 5: Magnolia Rd from Morgan Rd. to • Harkey Rd., and CR-89 from Southfork to Northfork.) • Council Award on November 9, 2009. • Notice to Proceed issued for November 16, 2009. • Substantial completion February 19, 2011. • Cullen Parkway: 6 month milestone started April 13, 2010. • Traffic Signal Installation at Southfork and CR90 and CR 94: • Notice to Proceed issued January 26, 2009. • Substantial Completion August 26, 2009.
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Pearland Parkway Wetlands Mitigation Environmental Engineer: Berg Oliver & Associates Progress this period: • USACE indicated a desire to review the project and conduct a site visit. No date or timeframe for the site visit was mentioned. No activity. • Planned activities for the period ending September 30, 2010: • Coordinate with USACE regarding project completion. Project schedule: • Obtain final clearance from USACE. Dixie Farm Road Widening - Phase I Design Engineer: Freese Nichols Inc. Contractor: W.W. Webber LLC Billed to Date: $21,117,175.62 Contract Days Used: 529
CM: TxDOT % Billed: 99% % of Contract: 95%
Progress this Period: • Additional change orders being processed by TxDOT as part of project closeout; requested TxDOT provide final accounting of project funding. • Center Point refined plan and an estimate to City for review. • Existing electrical wood poles will be utilized for street lighting near FM 518 only due to reduced right of way. Planned activities for the period ending September 30, 2010: • Finalize streetlight plans and initiate work with Center Point. • Finalize speed study report. Project Schedule: • •
TxDOT issued Notice to Proceed at the end of October 2006. Construction reached substantial completion in November 2008.
Dixie Farm Road Widening - Phase II Design Engineer: Freese Nichols Inc. Contractor: Hassell Construction Billed to Date: $8,187,181.14 Contract Days Used: 325
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CM: TxDOT % Billed: 68% % of Contract: 65%
Dixie Farm Road Widening - Phase II (cont’d) Progress this Period: • • • • • • • • • • • •
Continued excavation activities and lime stabilization in future southbound main lane area. Continued placement of storm laterals and inlets. Installed signal foundations, poles and mast arms at SH 35, Oakbrook and Westfield. Communicated with TxDOT on drainage issues at inlets noted during heavy rains. Center Point completed one phase of relocation to remove gas line in conflict. Contractor damaged water line services placed earlier in project. Tall Oak closed for intersection reconstruction. Bestin Oaks partiallyclosed for intersection reconstruction. Obtained schedule of intersection closures from contractor. Coordinated with TxDOT residents regarding mailboxes. Coordinated with Oakbrook HOA on Oakbrook Dr. entrance and trees in City right of way. Staff coordinated with TxDOT and PISD personnel.
Planned activities for the period ending September 30, 2010: • • • • • •
Continue subgrade stabilization on southbound lanes. Resolve gas line conflict with subgrade. Stabilize and place bond breaker. Continue traffic signal foundation work. Coordinate with HOA and residents as needed. Monitor intersections for any issues.
Project Schedule: • TxDOT bid in mid February 2009. • Transportation Commission awarded contract late Feb. 2009 • Notice to Proceed April 9, 2009 • Substantial Completion: January 20, 2011. Dixie Farm Road Detention Mitigation Phase 1: Cowart’s Creek and Clear Creek Detention Design Engineer: Freese Nichols Inc. Contractor: Lecon Inc. CM: Staff Billed to Date: $1,347,670.00 Billed: 99% Contract Days Used: 180 % of Contract: 94.2%
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Progress this period: • No activity. Planned activities for the period ending September 30, 2010: • Complete close out and file. Project schedule: • Issued Notice to Proceed August 4, 2008. • Substantial completion: January 12, 2009. Phase 2: East Mary’s Creek Detention (Regional) Phase 2: East Mary’s Creek Detention (Regional) Design Engineer: Freese Nichols Inc. Contractor: Triple B Services. CM: Staff Billed to Date: $2,530,092.68 Billed: 79.68% Contract Days Used: 212 (75 rain days) % of Contract: 82.8% Progress this period: • • • • • • • •
Completed excavation at pond and ceased hauling operations, 90% complete. Completed pilot channels in pond. Completed hyrdromulch in pond bottom. Completed Inverness berm Complete barbed wire fence around pond, and gate at Mary’s Creek and Checkerberry at ShadyCrest. Completed remaining articulated block in pond at outfalls Substantial Completion requested on August 25th, inspection postponed due to inclement weather. Time stopped as of August 25 due to weather.
Planned activities for the period ending September 30, 2010: • Process change order for extra work on Mary’s Creek opposite bank. • Pond #9 outfall pipe and slope paving to reviewed for correction. • Conduct substantial completion inspection and address punchlist items. • Coordinate with Pine Hollow HOA, Shadycrest and Willow Lake HOA as needed. • Coordinate with BDD#4. Project schedule: • Council Award on November 9, 2009. Notice to Proceed issued for November 16, 2009. • Substantial completion on June 27, 2010. (Adjusted to August 26 due to rain • days) adkb
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Recreation Center & Natatorium Architect: PBK Architects Contractor: EMJ Corporation Billed to Date: $15,701,315 Contract Days Used: 429 days (41 rain days)
CM: PBK Architects % Billed: 94.86% % of Contract Time: 98.62%
Progress this period: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
Substantial Completion issued on July 19th. Completed Fire Marshal inspection. Obtained Certificate of Occupancy. Received and installed the fitness equipment. Completed Natatorium deck coating. Held VIP Reception and tours on August 3rd. Completed changes related to Building access and separation. Completed AV changes in weight room. Held Grand Opening on August 7th. Completed staff training on building systems and equipment. Completed corrections to HVAC based on testing and balancing report. Completed installation of building signage. Moved scoreboard in Natatorium. Initiated Testing and Balancing initiated in the Natatorium. Completed final keying of locks on interior doors. Worked on punch-list items in Recreation Center and Natatorium. Scheduled TDLR inspection for September.
Planned activities for the period ending September 30, 2010: • • • •
Complete TDLR inspections. Complete punch-list items in Recreation Center and Natatorium. Complete corrections to HVAC in Natatorium per testing and balancing report. Public Works working on plan for decommissioning old PISD lift station.
Project schedule: • Issued Notice to Proceed April 20, 2009. • Substantial completion: July 29, 2010 (adjusted per contract) • Project is on time and on budget.
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Hickory Slough Detention at Max Rd & Max Rd Sports Complex, Phase 1 Progress this period: • Received direction from Council to begin design. • Met with potential designer and discussed project scope and requested revised proposal. Planned activities for the period ending September 30, 2010: • Obtain proposal for design of detention pond and sports complex • Review and negotiate. • Prepare to present to Council for consideration in October. Project schedule: • To be determined pending Council approval.
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City of Pearland
Monthly Projects Update September 9, 2010 Animal Control Shelter Renovations Bailey Rd (Veterans to FM1128) Bailey & Veterans Regional Detention Ponds Fine Grading Cowart Creek Diversion Project McHard Rd – Country Place to Cullen Blvd McHard Rd – Sound Wall SH35 Sanitary Sewer Temporary Lift Station at Industrial Dr E Trail Connectivity Phase I
Prepared by: Cara Davis
For Distribution to City Council
Animal Control Shelter Renovations Architect: Jackson & Ryan Architects Contractor: JC Stonewall Constructors, LP Billed to Date: $468,963.28 Contract Days Used: (130) 197
CM: N/A % Billed: 98.3% % of Contract Days: 151.5%
Progress last period: • HVAC system/insulation repairs started. Sources of condensation identified and corrected. System serviced under City’s maintenance contract as well. • Exhaust fan repairs completed. • Kennel gate rebuilds were started. Working with contractor to resolve issues with the finish. • Final finish selections submitted to contractor. • Furniture and equipment orders placed. • TDLR ADA inspection completed. Planned activities for the period ending September 30, 2010: • Perform windstorm inspection for WPI-8 certificate • Continue repairs to existing building to replace flooring, damaged drywall and baseboards, rusted doors/frames, countertops and sinks. Project schedule: • Consultant Selection – July 2007. • Design – 4th Quarter 2007 thru 3rd Quarter 2009. • Bid & Start Construction – 4th Quarter 2009. • Project completion - end of 3rd Quarter 2010.
Bailey Road (Veterans to FM 1128) Design Engineer: Wilbur Smith Associates (WSA) Progress last period: • 100% plans currently in review with City staff. • Finalized negotiations on RFP sent to WSA for Amendment #5 to the design contract for plan changes associated with revisions to the Bailey drainage. Contract amendment issued. • Preparing contract for Noise Impact Analysis services. City requested that services not begin until school returned to session so conditions would be closer to normal. • 55 of 65 parcels acquired, 7 in active negotiation, 3 in condemnation
Bailey Road (Veterans to FM 1128) (continued) Planned activities for the period ending September 30, 2010: • Complete plan changes from Amendment #5 and submit for final review. Return comments along with comments from previous 100% plan review. • Finalize 100% plans and hold TRC. • Continue acquisition process Project schedule: • Consultant Selection – 2nd thru 3rd Quarter 2008. • Design – 3rd Quarter 2008 thru 3rd Quarter 2010
Bailey & Veterans Regional Detention Ponds Fine Grading Design Engineer: Inter-local with BDD#4 Contractor: Harris Construction CM: BDD4 Billed to Date: $818,914.58 % Billed: 95.1% Contract Days Used: (180) 298 % of Contract Days: 165.6% Progress last period: • Harris completed work at the Bailey pond to fill in washed out area under pilot channel at outfall to Cowart’s Creek. Low spots were also filled in. Planned activities for the period ending September 30, 2010: • Continue coordination with BDD4 staff and engineer during work to complete work at the ponds. • Harris Construction is still being directed to perform remediation of “low” spots in the Veterans pond. Project schedule: • Construction (Excavation): 2nd Quarter 2008 – 1st Quarter 2009 • Construction (Fine Grading): 3rd Quarter 2009 – 2nd Quarter 2010
Cowart Creek Diversion Project Design Engineer: JKC & Associates, Inc. Detention Pond Contractor: Lindsey Construction Billed to Date: $3,289,388.67 Contract Days Used: 191
CM: BDD4 % Billed: 42.0% % of Contract Days: 42.4%
Cowart Creek Diversion Project (continued) Progress last period: • Detention Pond: o Excavation of Pond A approximately 84% complete o Hauling activities and placement of fill at designated sites continued. • Ditch Diversion: o East/west corridor acquisition complete o Conoco Phillips pipeline relocation contract approved by Council • Re-grading of Roadside Ditches: o ESPA’s given permission to continue their design based on the revised Bailey drainage plan • Pump Station: o Engineer continued working with Public Works to finalize the electrical design for the pump station. Planned activities for the period ending September 30, 2010: • Detention Pond o Continue excavation/hauling activities • Diversion Ditch o Contractor to begin installation of enclosed box sections. • Re-grading of Roadside Ditches: o Receive submittal of 60% plans. • Pump Station: o Receive pump station 90% plans. Project Schedule: • Detention Site: o Bid: (BDD4) 3rd Quarter 2009. o Construction: 4th Quarter 2009 - 4th Quarter 2010 • Diversion Ditch: Construction by BDD4. • Re-grade Roadside Ditches: Bid, award and begin construction – dependent upon progress of detention site and diversion ditch.
McHard Road (Country Pl to Cullen) & Reconstruction (CR94 to Country Pl) Design Engineer: HDR|Claunch & Miller Contractor: Beyer Construction, LLP Billed to Date: $ 4,121,690.03 Contract Days Used: 283
CM: Freese & Nichols % Billed: 84.2% % of Contract Days: 77.5%
McHard Road (Country Pl to Cullen) & Reconstruction (CR94 to Country Pl) (continued) Progress this period: • CIP Segment (Country Place Blvd to Cullen) o Sidewalk, fine grading and sod placement continued o Railing for bridges placed. Striping completed o Continued working with Centerpoint to install streetlights along the new roadway • Reconstruction Segment (Country Place Blvd to CR 94) o Fine grading and sod placement continued. o Drainage completed. Striping begun Planned activities for the period ending September 30, 2010: • CIP Segment (Country Place Blvd to Cullen) o Begin installation of irrigation system and landscaping o Complete installation and turn on traffic signals o Continue working with Centerpoint to install streetlighting along the corridor • Reconstruction Segment (Country Place Blvd to CR 94) o Open the road to traffic. o Begin repair of irrigation system and streetlights along reconstruction corridor Project schedule: • Consultant selection: 1st Quarter 2008. • Design: 2nd Quarter 2008 – 3rd Quarter 2009. • Bid/Award: 3rd Quarter 2009 • Notice to Proceed issued Sept 21, 2009 • Contract time 425 days • Complete Construction: November 2010
McHard Road Sound Wall Progress last period: • Advertised and opened bids for construction contract. John Reed and Company was the low bidder. Contract to go before Council on September 13, 2010 • Continued utility coordination • Continued gathering TCE’s
McHard Road Sound Wall (continued) Planned activities for the period ending September 30, 2010 • Coordinate with utilities to relocate all utilities in conflict • Take construction contract before Council on September 13th • Issue NTP to contractor Project schedule: • Consultant Selection – 1st Quarter 2010. • Design – 1st Quarter 2010 thru 3rd Quarter 2010
South SH 35 Sanitary Temporary Lift Station @ Industrial Rd East Design Engineer: Kirst Kosmoski, Inc. Progress last period: • Engineer working on plan revisions Planned activities for the period ending September 30, 2010: • Receive plan revisions from engineer
Trail Connectivity Ph 1 Design Engineer: Clark Condon Progress this period: • Acquisitions continued contact with the property owners in Ryan Acres to acquire ROW for the trail. Counteroffers received and are under review. Some files are being prepared for condemnation proceedings. Planned activities for the period ending September 30, 2010: • Continue acquisition of trail easement • Finalize trail plans and bid. Schedule dependent on ROW acquisition. Project Schedule: • Consultant Selection – 4th Quarter 2007. • Design/Acquisition – 1st Quarter 2008 thru 2nd Quarter 2010. • Bid, award and begin construction – 3rd Quarter 2010 dependent upon easement acquisition
City of Pearland
Monthly Projects Update August 27, 2010 Cullen Parkway Improvement Public Safety Building U of H Clear Lake Campus (Final) Hillhouse Satellite Public Works Facility
Prepared by: Skipper Jones
For Distribution to City Council
Cullen Parkway Improvement (Beltway 8 to FM 518) Engineer: Design Engineers: Bury + Partners Contractor: Hassell Construction
Progress this period: • • • • • • • •
Rough excavation complete entire length of project Lime stabilization complete entire length Stabilized base complete Bond breaker complete Pavement poured at Brookside, Hughes Ranch and Freedom Paving of northbound lanes has begun from Broadway to Freedom, Freedom to north driveway of PSB, Hughes Ranch + 100 ft north, Brookside to termination point Piers and Bents completed for northbound bridge, waiting on cure time to set beams Work continuing on Retaining Wall south side of Hickory Slough bridge
Planned Activities for period ending Sept. 31, 2010: • •
Slip form paving to begin Sept 7th and 8th from Bridge north to Brookside o This should require two night time total closures from 8:30 pm to 5:00 am Begin installation of Traffic Signals starting at Brookside and working south at Hawk, Hughes Ranch and Freedom o with the intent of completing it in time to open McHard with a fully signalized intersection at Cullen Bridge work to continue, no schedule on delivery of bridge beams until retaining walls and rip rap are complete beneath it Complete retaining walls in the bridge area
Project Schedule • • • • •
Schematic plan and PER- April 2007. Completed in May. o Design Phase started in March 2008. o Complete Design November 2008 Approval for letting in February 2009. Detention Pond started April 6, 2009 o Pond completed and accepted Nov. 2009 Street Preconstruction Conference April 9, 2009. o Official Start Date was May 5,2009 o Construction Contract Time, 459 working days Completion scheduled for Dec 31,2010
Public Safety Building Design Engineer: JE Dunn/ Wilson Estes Police Architects Design Builder: JE Dunn CM: In House Billed to Date: $ 19,763,116 % Billed: 99.4 Contract Days Used: 786 to substantial completion % of Contract Days: 100 Progress this period: • • •
Floor Drain and reversed Holding Cell door have been installed Jail control and surveillance system completed and programmed, o Training on system was held 1st week of August Vent hood for the kitchen area of the Break Room has been installed and testing complete
Planned Activities for period ending Sept 31, 2010: •
Make modifications to HVAC system including o Move central controlling computer to MDF room in PSB o Activate Remote Notification (RENO) software package to provide 24 our monitoring o Review modifications required for providing a manual override capability o Move into Jail August 31
Project Schedule • • • • •
Held design kick-off meeting April 2008. Initiate site work Nov.2008. Initiate building construction December 2008. Scheduled completion of building re-scheduled to Feb 4 due to Rain Delays Completion extended to end of March by additional work items added to contract • Partial Beneficial Occupancy began April 14, 2010 • Jail occupancy • Final acceptance pending Commissioning Acceptance and performance of any outstanding items from that punchlist
U of H Clear Lake Campus Program Manager: Huitt-Zollars. Contractor: Palmer Construction, LLC Billed to Date: $ 11,034,964 Contract Days Used: 492
CM: In-House % Billed: 100 % of Contract Days: 91
Progress this period: • • •
Completed final items of punch list August 20, 2010 Final Completion and Acceptance issued August 24, 2010 In contract close out stage now
Planned Activities for period ending Sept. 31, 2010: •
Complete contract close out
Project Schedule • • • • • • •
Awarded Program Manager Contract to Huitt-Zollars late November 2007. Publish RFQ for Design Builder April 2008. Complete selection of short-listed respondents May 2008. Selection of Design Builder July 14, 2008. NTP issued on February 24 with Design kick-off meeting Substantial Completion Date June 30, 2010. 1 Month early Final Completion and Acceptance August 24, 2010
Hillhouse Satellite Public Works Facility Design Engineer: Huitt-Zollars. Contractor: Billed to Date: $ 71,950 Contract Days Used: 143
CM: In-House % Billed: 18 % of Contract Days: 58
Progress this period: •
Design phase work continues o Received 90% Construction Documents August 18 Distributed for internal review 8/23 Conducting final review prior to bid o Scoping work for the retro-fit of the existing fuel management system at the Orange Street facility o Scheduling advertisement, pre-bid meeting and bid
Planned Activities for period ending Sept 31, 2010: • • • •
Submit plans for permitting Complete internal plan and spec reviews Prepare bid package Advertise
Project Schedule • • • • • •
Design notice to proceed Feb. 10, 2010 o Actual start Feb. 24 Complete Schematic Designs March 26, 2010 Complete Design Development May 25, 2010 Complete Construction Documents August 21, 2010 o Late due to City delay of final review Bid Date for Project, October, 2010 Estimated Construction Schedule 9 months o Start construction November 2010 o Completion August 2011
City of Pearland
Monthly Projects Update September 3, 2010 Walnut/Veterans Reconstruction and Drainage Improvements Fire Station #5-Kirby Drive Fire Station #6-Lakes of Savannah Orange Street Improvements Town Ditch Phase III Old Police Department Renovation
Prepared by: Jennifer Lee
For Distribution to City Council
Walnut/Veterans Reconstruction & Drainage Improvements Design Engineer: LJA Engineering Contractor: N/A
Progress this period: • Met with Al Lentz to discuss BD4 concerns with lowering Walnut Street. BD4 thinks that lowering the street will remove the dam causing more water to enter the Veterans drainage than it will be able to handle. • Met with Costello, Inc. to negotiate Construction Management services. In the interim, Costello will be retained to provide a constructability review. • Continue ROW acquisition- the last property (E. Garza). Planned activities for the period ending September 30, 2010: • • • • •
Utility conflicts have been resolved. Continue to monitor ROW acquisition. Retain a Construction Manager Coordinate a constructability review. Retain and meet with the geotechnical consultant.
Project Schedule and Significant Milestones: • •
Project should be ready to bid October 2010, provided the Garza acquisition is complete. Begin Construction – 4th Quarter 2010.
Fire Station #5-Kirby Drive Design Architect: HBL Architects Contractor: Crain Group Billed to Date: $ 212,968.41 Contract Days Used: 99
CM: N/A % Billed: 11.8 % of Contract Days: 47
Progress this period: • • • •
Attended bi-weekly progress meetings. Concrete slab foundation poured. Met on site to discuss pouring the concrete without the presence of an inspector and the fact that two of the four samples had low seven-day breaks. The Structural Engineer and the Materials Testing Laboratory recommended three test be performed to verify the quality of the concrete-Swiss Hammer test and Core Samples to test compressive strength, and Petrographic Analysis to provide information on the quality of the surface. Met on site to observe the Swiss Hammer test which was performed on the concrete slab on August 10, 2010. The Swiss Hammer technique is a non-destructive method to test the compressive strength of the concrete. The slab was tested at 23 different sites. The hammer left indentions (to varying degrees) in the concrete surface at each of the test locations, some of the indentions even flaked off. While some of the individual test locations reported strengths lower than the acceptable level, collectively, the average met the ACI criteria. Because of the Page 2 of 5
Fire Station #5-Kirby Drive (cont.)
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indentions and flaking, the City is concerned that there may be issues with surface strength and durability. Core samples were taken and analyzed. A total of 9 cores were taken uniformly throughout the slab for testing. All of the cores met the ACI criteria of 85% compressive strength. A total of 5 samples have been sent to the laboratory for the Petrographic analysis. The results of the analysis will be available September 15, 2010 Crain group was advised that to begin erecting the building before all of the concrete testing was complete would be at their own risk on August 23 and August 26, 2010. The erection of the Pre-engineered building began August 28, 2010. Contractor encountered groundwater while attempting to install the sanitary sewer line. To resolve this issue, the contractor has been asked to submit a RFP to provide dewatering. Met with vendor to discuss proposal to provide an alerting system for the facility that would tie into the City’s existing dispatch system. Met with vendors to receive proposals to provide security for the facility.
Planned activities for the period ending September 30, 2010: • • •
Receive proposals from vendor to provide security for the facility. Receive proposal from vendor to provide an alerting system for the facility Testing of the poured concrete should be concluded by mid September. The City should decide whether or not to accept the concrete slab after all of the test and analysis have been performed.
Project Schedule: • •
Maintain construction schedule. Project completion 1st quarter 2011
Fire Station #6-Lakes of Savannah Architect: Joiner Partnership, Inc. Contractor: Frost Construction Company, Inc.
Progress this period: •
Plans were sent back to the engineer along with the City’s comments for resubmittal.
Planned activities for the period ending September 30, 2010: • • • •
Engineer should address all of the comments and resubmit plans for permitting. Attend Ground Breaking Ceremony Attend Pre-construction meeting. Contractor should receive executed contract from Developer.
Project Schedule: •
Construction should begin in late September. Substantial completion in 305 days. Page 3 of 5
Orange Street Improvements Design Engineer: GC Engineering Contractor: N/A
CM: HDR/ Claunch & Miller
Progress this period: • • • • •
Attended monthly progress/update meeting. Continued coordination with the utility companies; with AT&T in particular because of several conflicts. GC provided Ed Kupferer, the City’s Traffic Manager with plans for review. There were several comments that have since been incorporated into the design. TxDOT has verbally agreed to adjust their design to match the Orange Street design. GC and AT&T have been in discussion to solve issues that came up as a result of AT&T line and equipment relocation.
Planned activities for the period ending September 30, 2010: • Meet with GC Engineering and TxDOT concerning the resolution of the issues at the intersection of Orange and SH 35. Would like to get a copy of TxDOT’s redesign. • Continue preparing for the construction phase of the project. Project Schedule: • Project should be ready to advertise in October.
Town Ditch Phase III Design Engineer: Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc. Contractor: Crossroads Industries, Inc. Billed to Date: $ 310,383.00 Contract Days Used: 99
CM: HDR/ Claunch & Miller % Billed: 10 % of Contract Days: 55
Progress this period: • • • • • • • •
Attended weekly progress meeting. The jack and bore under the railroad tracks started until August 10, 2010, the expected duration is approximately 20 days for each of the three runs. The railroad shut the project down twice because of deflection issues. These issues have been abated by slowing the train speed down to 25 mph. To date there have been 13 boxes installed. The run is a total of 20 boxes. The intersection closure has been pushed back because of weather and the jack and bore delay. The anticipated closure is September 13, 2010. The clearance issue for the trucks entering and leaving Pipe and tube Supply’s yard was resolved. The overhead utilities along Mykawa were raised. The message boards stated that the intersection closure would occur on September 7, 2010, however, there has been additional delays because of rain. Excavated dirt is being used to fill Pipe & Tube Supply’s borrow pit per the agreement. The pit is approximately 80% full. Page 4 of 5
Town Ditch Phase III (cont.) Planned activities for the period ending September 30, 2010: • •
Schedule and attend bi-weekly progress meetings. Receive verified overages from contractor as a result of Pipe & Tube Supplies over excavating the borrow pit. • Jack and bore under BNSF railroad to continue for the next two months. Project Schedule: •
Substantial completion of the project is set for October 31.
Old Police Department Renovations Design Architect: HBL Architects Contractor: N/A
Progress this period: • Met with the architect to further address the revised scope of the project. • Received the asbestos and lead reports of the jail area which will be used for on-site storage for several City Departments. Asbestos is present in the flooring tile mastic. • Requested proposal for asbestos remediation. Planned activities for the period ending September 30, 2010: • Complete asbestos remediation. • Schedule the demolition of the jail area. • The inventoried furniture will need to be removed in order to perform the remediation of contaminants in the VCT. Project Schedule: • Demolition of the jail to begin October 2010. City Hall Complex Renovations Design Architect: HBL Architects Contractor: N/A
Progress this period: • Attended meeting with consultant and with Herring Construction. The purpose was to detail the scope of the work on the Executive Suite (Phase 1) and solicit a construction cost estimate from the contractor. • The renovation of the Executive Suite will become Phase 1 and the Community Center renovation will be Phase 2. Planned activities for the period ending September 30, 2010: • Establish a project schedule and budget. Project Schedule: • Project schedule has not been established. Page 5 of 5
City of Pearland
Monthly Projects Update August 31, 2010 SH 35 Mitigation Longwood WWTP Rehabilitation Hooper Road Utilities Barry Rose WWTP Rehabilitation Lift Stations and Utilities (SH35) Interim Side Slope Construction of Future Reservoir City of Houston Connection
Prepared by: Brian D. Gerould, E.I.T.
For Distribution to City Council
Projects in Design: SH 35 Mitigation (F50991) Design Engineer: S & B Engineers, Inc. (S&B) Progress through August 2010: • Revisions to the construction plans have been completed • City Engineer has signed the construction plans Planned Activities for period ending September 2010: • Obtain remaining agency approvals on construction plans Project Schedule: • Bid project November 2010 pending Corps permit approval • USACE permit approved expected in October 2010 Longwood WWTP Rehabilitation (WW0902) Design Engineer: Malcolm Pirnie, Inc. (MPI) Progress through August 2010: • MPI submitted Preliminary Engineering Report for approval February 2010 • MPI submitted revised proposal for design of WWTP improvements Planned Activities for period ending September 2010: • City staff is looking at alternatives that may revise the scope of work Project Schedule: • Improvement design complete August 2011 Hooper Road Utilities (WW0903) Design Engineer: Zarinkelk Engineering Services, Inc. (ZESI) Project Schedule: • The PEDC is evaluating alternatives for funding the construction • Plans are 100% complete • A portion of the work is being built under separate contract • The remaining work is ready to advertise.
Barry Rose WWTP Plant Rehabilitation (WW1004) Design Engineer: Binkley & Barfield, Inc. (BBI) Progress through August 2010: • City staff has reviewed first draft of Preliminary Engineering Report (PER) Planned Activities for period ending September 2010: • Revise PER to address City staff comments Project Schedule: • PER complete September 2010
Projects in Construction: Knapp Road-Blockbuster Rice Dryer-Lift Stations and Utilities (SH 35) Design Engineer: S&B Infrastructure, Ltd. Contractor: Reddico Construction Company, Inc. CM: LJA Engineering Original Contract Amount: $961.312.00 Revised Contract Amount: N/A Billed to Date: $751,730.35 (thru 8/25/2010) Percent Billed: 78% Total Contract Time: 210 days Contract Days Used: 191 (thru 8/25/2010) % of Contract Days Used: 91% NTP: February 10, 2010 Progress for period ending August 2010: • Substantial walk through inspections of Knapp Road lift station and Blockbuster grinder pump station Planned progress for period ending September 2010: • Connect Rice Dryer sanitary sewer to sanitary sewer installed by TxDOT • Resolve punch list items from substantial walk through inspections. Interim Side Slope Construction of Future Reservoir (WA0812) Design Engineer: Snowden Engineering, Inc. Contractor: Haddock Construction Company, Inc. CM: Cobb Fendley Original Contract Amount: $1,585,307.00 Revised Contract Amount: N/A Billed to Date: $516,734.57 (thru 8/25/2010) Percent Billed: 33% Total Contract Time: 300 days Contract Days Used: 113 (thru 8/25/2010) Percent Contract Days Used: 38% NTP: May 3, 2010
Progress for period ending August 2010: • Completed placement of clay material in Backwash Pond area • Began placement of clay material on east and west slopes Planned progress for period ending September 2010: • Continue with placement of clay material on east and west slopes City of Houston Connection (W42051) Alice Street Water Plant Design Engineer: Camp Dresser & McKee, Inc. Contractor: Industrial Tx Corp CM: LJA Engineering Original Contract Amount: $6,846,000.00 Revised Contract Amount: $7,495,256.91 Billed to Date: $488,283.80 (thru 8/25/2010) Percent Billed: 7% Total Contract Time: 360 days Contract Days Used: 58 (thru 8/25/2010) Percent Contract Days Used: 16% NTP: June 28, 2010 Progress for period ending August 2010: • Installation of water lines within plant site • Installation of storm sewer lines within plant site Planned progress for period ending September 2010: • Begin excavation and construction of 5 MG Ground Storage Tank City of Houston Connection (W42051) 30” Water Line Design Engineer: Camp Dresser & McKee, Inc. Contractor: Huff & Mitchell, Inc. CM: LJA Engineering Original Contract Amount: $4,148,515.00 Revised Contract Amount: N/A Billed to Date: $00,000.00 (thru 8/25/2010) Percent Billed: 0% Total Contract Time: 270 days Contract Days Used: 2 (thru 8/25/2010) Percent Contract Days Used: 1% NTP: August 23, 2010 Progress for period ending August 2010: • Preparation for tunneling water line under Beltway 8 • Began clearing and grubbing of water line easement along Pearland Parkway Planned progress for period ending September 2010: • Install water line under Beltway 8 and south of Beltway 8 to Clear Creek
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