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File #: AM No. 20-151   
Type: Consent Item Status: Passed
File created: 11/4/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 11/17/2020 Final action: 11/17/2020
Title: Approval of Project Management Services Agreement, Supplement No. 1, Increasing the Total Project Budget from $3,434,500 to $4,500,000, for Design and Construction for King County Fire Protection District No. 34, Fire Station Nos 14 and 18 Seismic Upgrades
Attachments: 1. Agenda Memo, 2. Attachment A: Agreement Supplement No.pdf, 3. Attachment B: Board Meeting Minutes
TO: Members of the City Council
FROM: Mayor Angela Birney
DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR CONTACT(S):
Public Works
Dave Juarez
425-556-2733

DEPARTMENT STAFF:
Public Works
Joseph O'Leary
Senior Project Manager
Fire
Tom Langton
Acting Deputy Fire Chief


TITLE:
title
Approval of Project Management Services Agreement, Supplement No. 1, Increasing the Total Project Budget from $3,434,500 to $4,500,000, for Design and Construction for King County Fire Protection District No. 34, Fire Station Nos 14 and 18 Seismic Upgrades

OVERVIEW STATEMENT:
recommendation
Approval of the supplement that increases the amount King County Fire Protection District 34 will reimburse the City based on updated project costs for the Fire Stations 14 and 18 Seismic Upgrade project.

After initial investigation, additional costs were required to increase resiliency:
* Upgrade apparatus bay doors
* Numerous interior utilities were strengthened, including plumbing, fire sprinkler, electrical, and telecom
Upgrading project to meet seismic operational code requirements.
body
? Additional Background Information/Description of Proposal Attached


REQUESTED ACTION:

? Receive Information ? Provide Direction ? Approve


REQUEST RATIONALE:

* Relevant Plans/Policies:
The Project Management Services Agreement Supplement 1 is fully funded by King County Fire Protection District 34.
* Required:
N/A
* Council Request:
N/A
* Other Key Facts:
N/A


OUTCOMES:
Fire Stations along with hospitals and police stations are designated by building code as essential facilities. The proposed fire station seismic upgrades are crucial to ensure safe and uninterrupted operation of our facilities after an earthquake. Seismic upgrades for essential facilities must go beyond "life safety" standards to a higher level of protection to minimize damage so that these facilities have an improved capability to function during and after a design level earthquake.

On February 20, 2018, the City Council approved the King County Fi...

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