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Clean Water Facility Update

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Presentation given to the Oak Harbor City Council during workshop on May 5, 2018.

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Clean Water Facility Update

  1. 1. Clean Water Facility City Council Workshop – March 5, 2018
  2. 2. • Project Summary • Clean Water Facility Update • City Council Questions • GC/CM Delivery Method Review • Schedule • Current Project Cost Estimate • Funding • Rates • Windjammer Park Phase 1 • Next Steps and Questions Agenda 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 2
  3. 3. • 2008 Sewer Comp Plan indicates need for new wastewater treatment plant by 2017 • 2010 NPDES permit included a deadline for developing a facilities plan Project Summary 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 3
  4. 4. • 2013 Facilities Plan accepted by DOE and adopted by City Council • 2014 Former Whidbey Island Bank building purchased to locate new plant • 2015 Construction begins Project Summary 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 4
  5. 5. • Project Summary • Clean Water Facility Update • City Council Questions • GC/CM Delivery Method Review • Schedule • Current Project Cost Estimate • Funding • Rates • Windjammer Park Phase 1 • Next Steps and Questions Agenda 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 5
  6. 6. 1. What caused our last final cost estimate of $121.9 million to be underestimated? 2. Please reconcile and outline the budgets for GMPs 10 through 13. 3. What was the reference to the $2 million over budget in the GMP#11 presentation? City Council Questions from 2/15 workshop 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 6
  7. 7. 4. How are we going to pay for the increase in cost? 5. How will bonding affect our debt ratios and bond ratings going forward? 6. How will taking more loans effect our debt ratios and credit ratings? Will it take longer to repay the loans? City Council Questions 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 7
  8. 8. 7. Going forward, please provide a chart showing: • What we’ve contracted to spend • What we have actually spent • Same for soft costs • Estimates for any [work] not yet contracted • How has project contingency been used? City Council Questions 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 8
  9. 9. 8. What is the plan going forward to keep a tight rein on costs? 9. When has information been presented about the cost increases? 10.As often as we give a report, make sure all costs are included and described. City Council Questions 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 9
  10. 10. 11.What will the monthly rate be, if known? 12.How will work in Windjammer Park affect events? City Council Questions 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 10
  11. 11. • Project Summary • Clean Water Facility Update • City Council Questions • GC/CM Delivery Method Review • Schedule • Current Project Cost Estimate • Funding • Rates • Windjammer Park Phase 1 • Next Steps and Questions Agenda 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 11
  12. 12. • What is GC/CM? • Alternative to Design-bid-build • The project must be approved by the state • Introduces the contractor early in the project • Majority of work competitively bid • Guaranteed Maximum Price = GMP • GMP components are not Change Orders • GMP is a component of an overall scope of work General Contractor / Construction Manager 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 12
  13. 13. • Why did we choose GC/CM? • Concerns about cultural resources in the area • Early equipment procurement • Complex site conditions • Better value for the City • Ability to manage project risk sooner General Contractor / Construction Manager 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 13
  14. 14. • Design-Bid-Build – Traditional Public Works Process • General Contractor / Construction Manager (GC/CM) – Alternative Public Works Process General Contractor / Construction Manager Design Bid Build Design Bring on Contractor Build 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 14
  15. 15. • Has it worked? YES! • Allowed early site exploration • Started deep excavation before design was complete • Reserved the crane before Seattle construction boom • Relocated odor control facilities to the north • Early bidding to beat red hot construction market • Allowed City to secure low interest funding in stages over multiple years General Contractor / Construction Manager 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 15
  16. 16. • Has it worked? YES! (Cont.) • Self performed work (Heavy Civil) • Early site work to address cultural resource concerns • Early equipment procurement • MBR / UV / Dryer • Allowed engineers to design around specific equipment • Concrete work (no bids on GMP 8) • Admin Building Framing (received zero bids – TWICE!) General Contractor / Construction Manager 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 16
  17. 17. • Project Summary • Clean Water Facility Update • City Council Questions • GC/CM Delivery Method Review • Schedule • Current Project Cost Estimate • Funding • Rates • Windjammer Park Phase 1 • Next Steps and Questions Agenda 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 17
  18. 18. 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 18 We are here
  19. 19. 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 19 We are here If this project was Design- Bid-Build we wouldn’t have bid the project until here
  20. 20. 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 20 March 2016 January 2017 January 2018
  21. 21. • City Beach Street will be closed for reconstruction • Restrooms and kitchen will be closed • Access to Windjammer Park will be limited • Increased communications with City Council • Community notifications and updates will continue • Ribbon cutting celebration What to Expect in 2018 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 21
  22. 22. • Project Summary • Clean Water Facility Update • City Council Questions • GC/CM Delivery Method Review • Schedule • Current Project Cost Estimate • Funding • Rates • Windjammer Park Phase 1 • Next Steps and Questions Agenda 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 22
  23. 23. • When we started the project our finance software was not set up for project cost tracking • BARS ≠ Project Cost Tracking • City’s process for project cost reporting was not set up for a multi- year project of this complexity and magnitude • Initial project cost tracking was performed by KBA • Costs were reconciled with City’s financial system at the end 2016 • Initially, total project budgeted cost was difficult to track or predict Project Cost Tracking 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 23
  24. 24. • Acquisitions (e.g., real property, property leases, etc.) • Administration • Finance • Professional Services - Design • Professional Services - Construction • Construction Cost Categories 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 24
  25. 25. • The following items are not included in the total project cost: • Facilities Plan / Engineering Report • Planning documents are not typically included in the total project cost • Outfall Design and Construction • The outfall had collapsed and would have been repaired regardless • Windjammer Park Phase 1 elements funded by General Fund • Elements of Phase 1 not required by permit Not Included! 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 25
  26. 26. • Definitions for presentation • Contracted/Estimated Budget= Contracted & Estimated Costs • Expenses thru 1/31/2018 = Invoices for work performed through January 2018 • Balance = Remainder to be spent on project Project Costs Glossary 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 26
  27. 27. Total Estimated Project Costs 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 27 ACQUISITIONS $3,396,326 ADMINISTRATI ON $692,852 FINANCE $258,638 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES DESIGN $9,446,427 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONSTRUCTION… CONSTRUCTIO N $116,738,781 $140,725,906
  28. 28. Contracted/Estimated Budget 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 28 CONTRACTED/ESTIMATED BUDGET $49,947,187 35% Thru 1/31/2018 $90,778,718 65% $140,725,906
  29. 29. Estimated Project Budget vs. Actual 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 29 CATEGORY CONTRACTED / ESTIMATED BUDGET ACTUAL THRU 1/31/2018 REMAINING BALANCE BUDGE T % of CONST ACQUISITIONS $3,396,326 3,349,689 $46,636 2.9% ADMINISTRATION $692,852 $461,262 $231,590 0.6% FINANCE $258,638 $216,173 $42,466 0.2% PROFESSIONAL SERVICES DESIGN $10,191,582 $6,521,947 $3,669,635 8.7% PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONSTRUCTION $9,447,727 $9,233,605 $214,122 8.1% CONSTRUCTION $116,738,781 $70,996,042 $45,742,739 TOTAL $140,725,906 $90,778,718 $49,947,188
  30. 30. Total Estimated Project Costs 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 30 CATEGORY Sept 2016 Estimate Jan 2018 Estimate ACQUISITIONS $3,496,000 $3,396,326 ADMINISTRATION $12,000 $692,852 FINANCE $879,000 $258,638 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES DESIGN $9,515,000 $9,446,427 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONSTRUCTION $10,093,000 $10,191,582 CONSTRUCTION $97,997,000 $116,740,081 TOTAL $121,992,000 $140,725,906
  31. 31. Why have costs changed? 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 31 • Facilities Plan Adoption • Included ±55 acres • Freund property added late in the process • Did not account for specific site conditions
  32. 32. Why have costs changed? 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 32 • 30% CWF Design – 4/7/15 • EI&C Increased to high end estimate • Site size reduced • Different solids handling • City Beach Street • Bayshore Drive included • 200-seat training facility • Park not included • Whidbey Island Bank demo not included 4/7/2015 $135M Estimated Total Project Cost Using Hoffman’s 30% Estimate
  33. 33. Why have costs changed? 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 33 • 60% CWF Design – 9/30/15 • Reduced deep-ex footprint • Combined buildings • Greater detail in drawings • Better vendor quotes • Completed Site Prep A • Confirmed soils • Mitigation not included • Selected different dryer 9/30/2015$131M Estimated Total Project Cost Using Hoffman’s 60% Estimate
  34. 34. Why have costs changed? 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 34 • 90% CWF Design – 9/27/16 • Reconfigured MBR sump • Deleted 98 stone columns by moving odor control • Includes some work outside CWF footprint • Park mitigation not designed • Odor control design not complete 9/27/2016 $122M Estimated Total Project Cost Using Hoffman’s June 2016 Estimate
  35. 35. Why have costs changed? 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 35 • March 5, 2018 • Historically, previous estimates had different assumptions • May or may not have included type of solids handling, Bayshore extension, removal of bank building, Windjammer Phase 1, etc. • GMPs 10, 11 & 12 were competitively bid in a hot market • Dramatic cost increases in Seattle market, drew bidders and workforce away from Oak Harbor • Unanticipated cost increase in materials
  36. 36. Why have costs changed? 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 36 • Estimated direct cost vs. bid results Sept 16 Est. Award Difference GMP 10 – Concrete #3 $ 3,047,680 $4,809,815 $ 1,762,135 GMP 11 - Superstructure $ 11,492,566 $ 17,934,490 $ 6,442,049 GMP 12 – Odor Control $ 1,728,659 $ 3,957,515 $ 2,228,856 Total $ 16,268,905 $ 26,701,820 $ 10,433,040*Reflects comparison of bids received and their respective estimates. Estimate prepared in June 2016 and awarded Dec 2016 to Feb 2016
  37. 37. Why have costs changed? 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 37 • Estimated direct cost vs. bid results Sept 16 Est. Estimated Difference GMP 10, 11, 12 $ 16,268,905 $ 26,701,820 $ 10,433,040 Windjammer Park Ph 1 $ 3,000,000 $ 5,300,000 $ 2,300,000 Subtotal $ 12,733,040 Risk Contingency 3.5% $ 445,656 Owner Contingency 2.5% $ 318,326 Tax 8.7% $ 1,174,241 Total $ 14,671,263
  38. 38. • Cost increases have been reflected in every GMP contract component and consultant amendment presented at various workshops and council meetings • Total Project Cost could have been communicated better, but every amendment included a summary for that contract (Hoffman, Carollo, ERCI, KBA, etc.) • Staff intends to improve how we communicate the Total Project Cost When has information been presented about cost increases? 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 38
  39. 39. • All GMPs were competitively bid or negotiated with third party validation • The following items were negotiated with Hoffman: • Negotiated Support Services (Crane rental, survey, etc.) • Early equipment procurement (MBR, UV, Dryer) • Based on competitive cost proposals • Transferred risk to Hoffman • Concrete work • Some site work related to Archaeology • Bid packages where no bids were received How are project costs managed? 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 39
  40. 40. • All invoices are checked by: • KBA • Project Manager • City Engineer • Finance • Dept of Ecology (if submitted for reimbursement) • RCW requires an audit of the project at end of project • Dept of Ecology loans require single audit yearly (fed and state) • 2 years of clean audits How are project costs managed? 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 40
  41. 41. • Two types of contingencies in Hoffman contract • Risk Contingency – for scope gap between GMPs and subcontracts • Owner Contingency – for owner responsible changes • Contingencies are tracked with Construction Change Memorandums • Cost savings transferred to Contingency • Unused Risk and Owner Contingencies returned to City • Unused Negotiated Support Services will be returned to City How have contingencies been used? 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 41
  42. 42. • A contingency can be added to or deducted • For example… • CCM73 – Reduced underdrain for deep foundation. Lower $175,379 • CCM77 - Modified micro-piles for soil conditions. Increased cost by $75,000, but saved $650,000 if we had continued down that path. How have contingencies been used? 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 42
  43. 43. • A contingency can be added to or deducted from • For example… • Reduced underdrain for deep foundation. Lower $175,379 • Modified micro-piles for soil conditions (reduced micro-pile depth). Lowered cost by $650,000 How have contingencies been used? 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 43
  44. 44. • What is the balance of the contingencies as of January 15, 2018? How have contingencies been used? 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 44 Contracted Available Risk Contingency $ 3,087,525 $ 2,308,350 Owner Contingency $ 1,587,993 $ 92,620 Total $ 4,675,518 $ 2,400,970 Working on credits of ±$550,000 to the Owners Contingency
  45. 45. • City Council Workshop Questions • Clean Water Facility Update • Project Summary • GC/CM Delivery Method Review • Schedule • Current Project Cost Estimate • Funding • Rates • Windjammer Park Phase 1 • Next Steps and Questions Agenda 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 45
  46. 46. • The effective interest rate has decreased • City initially considered 20 year bonds at 6% • As the project progressed we considered 30 year bonds • Completion of the Facilities Plan allowed the City to apply for State Revolving Fund loans through DOE • Through a series of competitive applications, the City was able to obtain low interest loans, forgivable principal on loans and grants that have reduced the lifetime cost of the project Project Funding 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 46
  47. 47. Funding Source Amount Term (yrs) Rate 2015 SRF $8,260,000 20 2.70% Revenue Bonds $25,720,000 30 3.43% 2016 SRF - Loan $15,631,331 20 1.90% 2016 SRF - Forgivable $463,154 2016 SRF – Centennial Grant $4,586,846 2016 DOC – Grant $2,450,000 .09 Funds - Grant $1,000,000 2017 SRF $44,766,854 20 1.60% 2018 SRF $29,124,301 20 1.20% Sewer / SDF Cash $8,673,420 Total $140,725,906 Project Funding 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 47
  48. 48. • Obtaining State Revolving Fund (SRF) loans has reduced the need to obtain additional revenue bonds • Low interest SRF loans @ 20 years will result in a lower lifetime cost than if we issued bonds • Grant Funding of $8,500,000 ~ requires no repayment • Revenue bonds will not impact our ability to obtain general obligation bonds in the future How will the proposed funding impact the City? 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 48
  49. 49. • City Council Workshop Questions • Clean Water Facility Update • Project Summary • GC/CM Delivery Method Review • Schedule • Current Project Cost Estimate • Funding • Rates • Windjammer Park Phase 1 • Next Steps and Questions Agenda 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 49
  50. 50. • Rates are determined for the entire sewer fund • Clean Water Facility • RBC Plant (going away) • Lagoons (turning over to Navy) • Citywide Collections • Capital Projects • Citywide Operations & Maintenance Rates 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 50 Rate O&M Funding Capital Projects
  51. 51. Rates – 2010 Estimated 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 51 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2010 Base Case $40.00 $42.00 $47.00 $52.00 $57.50 $64.75 $72.85 $81.95 $92.20 $40.00 $42.00 $47.00 $52.00 $57.50 $64.75 $72.85 $81.95 $92.20 $- $10 $20 $30 $40 $50 $60 $70 $80 $90 $100 ResidentialUtilityRate Rate estimate based on $70M treatment plant at Lagoon site with less capacity. Bonds 20 yrs @ 6%
  52. 52. Rates – 2010 Adopted 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 52 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2010 Base Case $40.00 $42.00 $47.00 $52.00 $57.50 $64.75 $72.85 $81.95 $92.20 2010 Ord 1587 $40.00 $42.00 $47.00 $52.00 $57.50 $64.75 $40.00 $42.00 $47.00 $52.00 $57.50 $64.75 $- $10 $20 $30 $40 $50 $60 $70 $80 $90 $100 ResidentialUtilityRate Ordinance 1587 adopted first 6 years
  53. 53. Rates – March 2016 Estimated 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 53 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2010 Base Case $40.00 $42.00 $47.00 $52.00 $57.50 $64.75 $72.85 $81.95 $92.20 2010 Ord 1587 $40.00 $42.00 $47.00 $52.00 $57.50 $64.75 March '16 Estimate $77.70 $89.36 $102.76 $118.17 $135.90 $77.70 $89.36 $102.76 $118.17 $135.90 $- $20 $40 $60 $80 $100 $120 $140 $160 ResidentialUtilityRate Rates were evaluated in March 2016 in preparation for acquiring bonds based on an MBR facility and a $120M Estimated Total Project Cost
  54. 54. Rates – March 2016 Adopted 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 54 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2010 Base Case $40.00 $42.00 $47.00 $52.00 $57.50 $64.75 $72.85 $81.95 $92.20 2010 Ord 1587 $40.00 $42.00 $47.00 $52.00 $57.50 $64.75 March '16 Estimate $77.70 $89.36 $102.76 $118.17 $135.90 2016 Ord 1760 $77.70 $89.36 $102.76 $77.70 $89.36 $102.76 $- $20 $40 $60 $80 $100 $120 $140 $160 ResidentialUtilityRate Ordinance 1760 Adopted 3 years of the March 2016 estimate
  55. 55. Rates – Sept 2016 Estimated 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 55 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2010 Base Case $40.00 $42.00 $47.00 $52.00 $57.50 $64.75 $72.85 $81.95 $92.20 2010 Ord 1587 $40.00 $42.00 $47.00 $52.00 $57.50 $64.75 March '16 Estimate $77.70 $89.36 $102.76 $118.17 $135.90 2016 Ord 1760 $77.70 $89.36 $102.76 Sept '16 Estimate $77.70 $89.36 $102.76 $110.98 $119.86 $77.70 $89.36 $102.76 $110.98 $119.86 $- $20 $40 $60 $80 $100 $120 $140 $160 ResidentialUtilityRate In Sept 2016, rates were checked with new funding and an Estimated Total Project Cost of $121.9M
  56. 56. Rates – January 2018 Estimated 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 56 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2010 Base Case $40.00 $42.00 $47.00 $52.00 $57.50 $64.75 $72.85 $81.95 $92.20 2010 Ord 1587 $40.00 $42.00 $47.00 $52.00 $57.50 $64.75 March '16 Estimate $77.70 $89.36 $102.76 $118.17 $135.90 2016 Ord 1760 $77.70 $89.36 $102.76 Sept '16 Estimate $77.70 $89.36 $102.76 $110.98 $119.86 Jan '18 Estimate $77.70 $89.36 $102.76 $106.36 $110.08 $77.70 $89.36 $102.76 $106.36 $110.08 $- $20 $40 $60 $80 $100 $120 $140 $160 ResidentialUtilityRate In January 2018, rates were checked with current funding and an Estimated Total Project Cost of $140M
  57. 57. • After construction is complete • Will be adopted before Ordinance 1760 expires • Will likely be for an additional 3-year period • May be impacted by Navy participation Next Rate Adjustment 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 57
  58. 58. • Even though the project cost has increased, active pursuit of additional low cost funding has maintained a rate consistent with past projections and allowed the City to construct a project that will serve the city for the next 40-50 years. Rate Summary 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 58Rate O&M Fundin g Capital Project s
  59. 59. • City Council Workshop Questions • Clean Water Facility Update • Project Summary • GC/CM Delivery Method Review • Schedule • Current Project Cost Estimate • Funding • Rates • Windjammer Park Phase 1 • Next Steps and Questions Agenda 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 59
  60. 60. • Agenda • Windjammer Park Integration Plan • What is included? • Schedule • Current design/construction status • Anticipated cost • Funding Windjammer Park Phase 1 Update 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 60
  61. 61. 3/5/2018 61 Windjammer Park Integration Plan • Public feedback • Community Advisory Group • 17 members representing diverse community interests • 5 meetings • Endorsed final plan • 2 in-person and online public meetings City Council Workshop
  62. 62. 62 Decembe r 2015 Januar y 2016 February 2016 March 2016 April 2016 May/ June 2016 Council and CAG Process • Provide feedback on 3 concept alternatives • Present WPIP concept to community • Gather community feedback (Public Open House and Online Open House) • Review preferred plan to be presented to City Council • Provide final feedback • CAG forms • CAG provides feedback on design guidelines • Introduce CAG and WPIP to community • Gather community feedback (Public Open House) COUNCIL • Programming priorities • Approves CAG COUNCIL Report: Alternatives and Public feedback COUNCIL Approves plan COUNCIL CAG formation update and initial priorities list/ design guidelines 3/5/2018              City Council Workshop
  63. 63. Proposed Phase 1 3/5/2018 63 Original Phase 1 To include part of Phase 2 & 3 City Council Workshop
  64. 64. Windjammer Park Phase 1 3/5/2018 64 • Includes Clean Water Facility mitigation and restoration • November 15, 2016 – City Council amended Carollo’s contract to include design City Council Workshop
  65. 65. Windjammer Park Phase 1 Open House 3/5/2018 65 • 167 community members attended in-person and online open houses in January 2017 • 97 community members provided input on park character and theme City Council Workshop
  66. 66. • What does this include? • Everything outside the Clean Water Facility within Phase 1! • Demolition of the former Whidbey Island Bank building • Improvements to City Beach Street • New kitchens and restrooms • Pathways and landscaping • Splash park! Windjammer Park Phase 1 Update 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 66
  67. 67. 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 67 Sport Courts Maintenanc e Building Increased Interior Space Removed Fireplace Removed Path Increased Number of Garry Oak TreesWhat has changed since 60% design?
  68. 68. • Current design/construction status • Design complete • Design split into 7 bid packages • Bid opening on 5 packages March 1, 2018 • Water play area and feature bid opening March 15, 2018 • Vehicle and pedestrian gates bid opening on March 22, 2018 • Construction through Spring 2019 Windjammer Park Phase 1 Update 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 68
  69. 69. • Anticipated cost • 60% Design Cost Estimate ~ $10M to $15M • Design broken into 7 bid packages to maximize competition and local participation • Packages further broken into schedules to allow City flexibility in choosing which ones to construct at this time Windjammer Park Phase 1 Update 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 69
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  73. 73. • Available Sewer Funds = $5.3M • For work around Clean Water Facility • Restoration of disturbed areas • Mitigation of impacts on the park • Permit requirements • East side kitchen and restrooms Windjammer Park Phase 1 Update 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 73
  74. 74. • Available General Funds = ? • Splash park • Plaza / Pavilion • West Kitchen • Additional Paths • Landscaping • Maintenance Facility Windjammer Park Phase 1 Update 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 74 Will likely need to pick and choose which elective items are constructed
  75. 75. • Potential funding gap • Bids will likely exceed secured funding to complete non- CWF improvements • What can we do? • Design has been split into multiple bid packages • Release more general fund dollars to complete project • Postpone some improvement and seek additional outside funding Windjammer Park Phase 1 Update 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 75
  76. 76. • 2018 events may need to be held elsewhere • Planning to move RV Dump Station to a new location • Planning for Windmill relocation and future phases • Waterfront trail will remain open • Conversations about construction sequencing • Community notifications and updates What to Expect in 2018 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 76
  77. 77. What to Expect in 2018 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 77
  78. 78. • City Council Workshop Questions • Clean Water Facility Update • Project Summary • GC/CM Delivery Method Review • Schedule • Current Project Cost Estimate • Funding • Rates • Windjammer Park Phase 1 • Next Steps and Questions Agenda 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 78
  79. 79. • Improve communications with City Council • Monthly update – second council meeting • Total Project Cost summary every council meeting • Continue to seek ways to keep project cost and rates down • Continue communicating with community • Workshop in March to discuss park improvements Next Steps 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 79
  80. 80. Questions? 3/5/2018City Council Workshop 80
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