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File #: 2021-3197    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Preliminary Item
File created: 10/1/2021 In control: Board of Commissioners
On agenda: 10/26/2021 Final action:
Title: Commission District(s): ALL CO - Change Order No. 1 to Contract No. 1217880 for the Renovation and Development of the 178 Sams Street Facility: for use by the Department of Facilities Management (FM). This contract consists of the renovation and development of the buildings located at the 178 Sams Street Facility. Awarded to Hogan Construction Group, LLC. Amount Not To Exceed: $316,678.98.
Attachments: 1. Agenda Notes, 2. UD Change Request - 2021-3197, 3. Quotes
Purchasing Type: Change Order (CO)
Public Hearing: YES ? NO ? Department: Purchasing & Contracting

AGENDA ITEM:
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Commission District(s): ALL
CO - Change Order No. 1 to Contract No. 1217880 for the Renovation and Development of the 178 Sams Street Facility: for use by the Department of Facilities Management (FM). This contract consists of the renovation and development of the buildings located at the 178 Sams Street Facility. Awarded to Hogan Construction Group, LLC. Amount Not To Exceed: $316,678.98.
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Information Contact: Cathryn G. Horner, Director
Phone Number: (404) 371-6334

PURPOSE:
Awarded by the BOC on May 25, 2021 for an amount not to exceed $6,102,336.00. This contract consists of the interior renovation of all interior building systems including mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, telecom, security, audio-visual, architectural systems and finishes of the facility which consists of two (2) buildings with a connector between the 178 and 180 Sams Street buildings. This facility will allow County Departments to transition from leased facilities to County-owned property for a central location of interdependent government services. This request is for funding due to scope changes and additional requests made by user departments. These changes include additional offices, shower and changing rooms, a unisex bathroom, a meeting room, security monitoring office and build-out of additional space to accommodate building support staff such as IT, Human Resources and Risk Management. In addition, there was a discrepancy in the plans regarding door heights facilitating the need to purchase the correct sized doors. Finally, during the work, it was determined that additional wall repairs are needed due to the discovery of mold upon removal of the existing tile. The existing gyp wallboard was damaged and will not support the tile work to be complete...

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