Minnesota Emergency Response and Industrial Training (MERIT) Center Expansion

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Minnesota Emergency Response and Industrial Training (MERIT) Center Expansion

Minnesota Emergency Response and Industrial Training (MERIT) Center Expansion

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  • 1. Minnesota Department of Public Safety Tier III State Operated Camp Ripley Tier II Regional Based •  MERIT Center (Marshall) •  Olmsted County (Rochester) •  Scott County (Jordan) 2
  • 2. }  }  }  }  }  }  }  }  }  3 Drivers skills course Drivers classroom simulators “Hands on” personal training AARP driver safety Drivers education Bus and truck training Training for Ambulance, Fire, Police, Rescue Employee Classroom Training …and More!
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  • 4. Bid Add Alternate 5
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  • 8. ST 1 FLOOR Expansion Area Public Entrance 9
  • 9. ST 1 10 FLOOR Public Entrance MnWest CAT Marshall Community Services (Drivers Education) Shared CAT/MnWest
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  • 12. Cost Description Land Acquisition Predesign 487,000 Project Management Construction 80,000 6,031,000 Furniture, Fixtures, & Equipment (FFE) Total 387,000 7,460,000 Funding Source State of MN Bonding (2010) State of MN Bonding (current request) Local Voter Approved Sales Tax (.5%) Local Voter Approved Sales Tax (1.5%) 13 465,000 10,000 Design Total Cost in Dollars ($) Funding Amount ($) 1,000,000 2,500,000 3,500,000 460,000 7,460,000
  • 13. Task Description Month 2013 State Pre-Design Approval Construction Document Phase November/December December 2014 Approve Construction Documents and Authorize Bids February Approve Bids May Project Commencement June Project Substantial Completion Ribbon Cutting 14 November December
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