- Accept the project as complete; and
- Authorize the City Engineer to file the Notice of Completion for the project with the County Recorder; and if no claims are filed within 35 days after recordation, send a notice to the surety company to exonerate the Performance Bond.
On June 4, 2020, the City Council awarded a construction contract to R.J. Berry Jr., Inc., in an amount of $88,097.00, with an additional contingency of $8,809.70 set aside for any unforeseen incidentals for a total authorization amount of $96,906.70.
The project included, but is not limited to: Pulverization of existing A.C. pavement, sawcutting, grading base material, new A.C. pavement cap, shoulder backing, traffic striping, and construction surveying.
A notice to Proceed was issued to R.J. Berry Jr., Inc. providing 20 working days to complete construction.
The Project was completed ahead of schedule. The final contract amount is $88,047.50 which is $8,859.20 under the amount approved by City Council on June 4, 2020.
The final inspection was done on inspected on July 1, 2020, which concluded that preparation of a final punch list was not necessary. The notice of completion, when filed, begins a time period for which mechanics liens, liens against the contractor, and stop payment notices can be filed against a public construction project. It is a protection for the City during a construction project. Staff is not aware of any issues related to this project.
V. FISCAL IMPACT:
The project was fully funded by TDA Street Maintenance Funds in the amount of $96,906.70.
Authorized funds that were not used in the amount of $8,859.20 will be returned to the City’s TDA Maintenance account and can be used on future street improvement projects.
There was no fiscal impact to the General Fund.