Seahurst Project Update - March 17 presentation to City Council

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This presentation was shared with the Burien City Council on March 17, 2014. It is an update regarding progress on the Seawall Removal and Beach Restoration Project at Seahurst Park. For more information about the project, visit www.burienwa.gov/SeahurstProject

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Seahurst Project Update - March 17 presentation to City Council

  1. 1. Groundbreaking: September 16, 2013
  2. 2. Construction Phase Contractors • USACE: Project Partner and Construction Management • CKY Inc. : Prime Contractor (San Pedro, CA) • SCI Infrastructure: Grading/Earthwork (SeaTac, WA) • Cadman Inc.: Materials/Gravel/Sand (Redmond, WA) • Northwest Lining and Geotextiles: (Kent, WA) • Pacific Pile and Marine: Barge Services (Seattle, WA) • Dutton Electrico Co.: (Lynwood, WA) • Cal Portland: Concrete (Seattle, WA) • Cherry Valley Logging: Wood materials (Duvall, WA) • Play Creations: Playground (Burien, WA)
  3. 3. Park Closed: October 28, 2013
  4. 4. Project Footprint
  5. 5. Recap of Project Scope
  6. 6. Project Challenges with Impacts on Schedule and Costs • Underground cultural resource conditions • Unknown utility conditions/ locations in specific areas • New concrete work related to future recreational costs
  7. 7. New Concrete Work
  8. 8. Updated Project Schedule and Cost • Original estimated date: May 17, 2014 • Revised completion date: July 11, 2014 • Original estimated cost: $7.7M • Revised construction cost: $8.15M (+5.9%)
  9. 9. Source of Funds State PSAR and $400,000 ESRP Grants Burien General Fund $50,000 (add’l concrete work)
  10. 10. Project Funding Partners • Army Corps of Engineers • Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (ESRP) • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) • Salmon Recovery Funding Board (PSAR) • King Conservation District • Green-Duwamish Watershed Forum (WRIA-9) • City of Burien

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