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CEQA

A Notice of Exemption was filed with the State Clearinghouse on 6/2/2005 and the waiting period will expire on 7/7/2005.


Project Schedule

The project schedule is as follows:
Approve preliminary plans: July 2005

Approve working drawings: August 2005

Complete construction: January 2006

Due Diligence Status


Due diligence for the East End Complex was completed November 15, 2002. This project lies entirely within Building 173 of the East End.

Staff Recommendation: Approve preliminary plans.

CONSENT ITEM



CONSENT ITEM – 14

DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES (4300)

PORTERVILLE DEVELOPMENT CENTER, PORTERVILLE, TULARE COUNTY

96-Bed Forensic Residential Expansion and Forensic Recreation and Activity Center Projects


Authority: Chapter 157/03, Item 4300-301-0660 (2)

Chapter 157/03, Item 4300-301-0660 (1)

Public Contract Code Section 10127
a. Approve combining the 96 Bed Forensic Expansion and Forensic Recreation and Activity Center projects as a single project for bidding purposes.
APPROVED:

3/0



CONSENT ITEM



STAFF ANALYSIS ITEM – 14

Department of Developmental Services

Porterville Development Center, Porterville, Tulare County

96-Bed Forensic Residential Expansion


Action Requested

Approve combining the 96 Bed Forensic Expansion and Forensic Recreation and Activity Center projects as a single project for bidding purposes.
Scope Description

These two projects are both within scope. This agenda item requests to combine the above projects into one (1) construction bid. The request is made because the two projects are adjacent to each other and are designed to support the forensic population at Porterville Developmental Center. The best interests of the State will be served by combining the two projects into one bid.

The 96 bed forensic residential unit expansion project will construct and provide infrastructure for future residential units. Project scope includes, 6 each, 9,316 square feet (sf) forensic residential units totaling (55,896 sf) and a protective services facility (10,000 sf). Site improvements include, new water well with 500,000 gallon storage tank, perimeter fencing (14,000 linear feet [lf]), new sallyports, storm drainage retention ponds, and paved roads for access and perimeter security (11,400 lf). An emergency generator building (900 sf) with generator will be constructed. Several small existing structures will be demolished.

The Forensic Recreation and Activity Center project will provide for the construction of a new 16,140 sf recreational facility and swimming pool complex. The main facility will be a single story structure with concrete floor slab, masonry walls, metal roofing insulation, fire sprinklers, air conditioning, and electrical systems. Interior includes multi-purpose room, showers, restrooms, serving kitchen, and storage rooms. Site improvements consist of a building pad, underground utilities, and concrete walkways. The 2,087 sf pool will have disabled access, covered, patio area, and concrete decking. A 665 sf building will be constructed to house the pool equipment.
Funding and Project Cost Verification

Both projects are within cost.
96 Bed Forensic Expansion project:


$56,824,000

total estimated project costs


$6,064,000

project costs previously allocated: preliminary plans $2,659,000; working drawings $3,405,000


$50,760,000

project costs to be allocated: construction $50,760,000 ($43,405,000 contract, $2,170,000 contingency, $2,418,000 A&E services and $2,767,000 other project costs)



Forensic Recreation and Activity Center project.


$6,495,000

total estimated project costs


$706,000

project costs previously allocated: preliminary plans $357,000; working drawings $349,000


$5,789,000

project costs to be allocated: construction $5,789,000 ($4,854,000 contract, $243,000 contingency, $437,000 A&E services and $255,000 other project costs)




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