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CEQA

The Department certifies CEQA requirements have been met. A Notice of Determination was filed with the State Clearinghouse on June 9, 2000. During the litigation period for the project, a lawsuit was filed. After the Department completed a court-ordered revision to the Cumulative Impacts Analysis of the Subsequent Environmental Impact Report, a new Notice of Determination was filed with the State Clearinghouse on December 13, 2001, and the waiting period expired on January 14, 2002. On April 4, 2002, the court issued a decision finding the Revised Cumulative Impacts Analysis to be adequate and that all CEQA requirements had been met. A Notice of Appeal was filed on July 9, 2002. The 5th Court of Appeals heard the matter on August 11, 2003, and issued a ruling favorable to the State of California on August 18, 2003, affirming the lower court’s decision.


Project Schedule

The project schedule is as follows:
Complete construction: May 2005

Due Diligence Status


Due Diligence was completed on September 3, 2003.

Staff Recommendation: Approve the use of Inmate Day Labor, approve a new agency retained item, approve a redirection of existing project authority, and approve an augmentation.

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CONSENT ITEM



CONSENT ITEM – 19
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS (5240)

CALIFORNIA INSTITUTION FOR WOMEN,


FRONTERA, SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY

Correctional Treatment Center, Phase II


Authority: Chapter 324/98, Item 5240-301-0001 (23)

Chapter 52/00, Item 5240-301-0001 (29)
a. Approve project augmentation $251,000

(1.96 percent of total project)

(2.13 percent of construction)

b. Approve use of Inmate Day Labor

  1. Establish a new agency retained line item


APPROVED:

3/0

CONSENT ITEM



STAFF ANALYSIS – ITEM 19

Department of Corrections

California Institution for Women, Frontera,

Correctional Treatment Center, Phase II



Action Requested

The requested action will approve an augmentation for this project, approve the utilization of Inmate Day Labor resources pursuant to the Public Contract Code Section 10103.5, and establish a new agency retained line item.
Scope Description

This project is within scope. The scope of the proposed project provides for the construction of a new stand-alone 30,646 square foot health care facility that will be licensed as a Correctional Treatment Center (CTC).

Funding and Cost Verification

This project is not within cost. The California Institution for Women, CTC project is monitored under the Budd v. Cambra litigation, which requires that this facility be licensed, or the California Department of Corrections will be held in contempt of court. Due to a material breech in their contract, the General Contractor was released from their control of the work. Since that time the Department of General Services (DGS), and the Bonding Company have negotiated a takeover agreement, which allowed the project to be completed by another construction firm.

Although construction of the CTC is complete, it has been determined the water pressure in the CTC is not adequate due to infrastructure and various contractor construction deficiencies that must be resolved prior to project acceptance.

This request will authorize the funding necessary to have DGS continue project management activities, including resolving all remaining contractor defects, and any warranty issues after project acceptance. It will also establish a new line item within agency retained to allow the Inmate Day Labor Program to proceed with construction to mitigate the water pressure issue, and recognizes additional guarding costs.



$13,524,000

total estimated project costs


$13,273,000

project costs previously allocated: preliminary plans $399,000; working drawings $704,000; construction $12,170,000; (contract $8,712,000; contingency $1,065,000; project administration $1,926,000; agency retained $467,000)


$251,000

augmentation: construction phase (project administration $130,000, and agency retained $121,000)


CEQA

CDC certifies that it has complied with the requirements of CEQA for this project. A Notice of Exemption was filed with the State Clearinghouse on September 1, 1999, and the waiting period expired on October 1, 1999, with no public comment.


Project Schedule

The project schedule is as follows:

Approve preliminary plans: October 1999

Approve working drawings: April 2001

Complete construction: February 2006



Staff Recommendation: Approve an augmentation for this project, approve the utilization of Inmate Day Labor resources pursuant to the Public Contract Code Section 10103.5, and establish a new agency retained line item.

CONSENT ITEM


CONSENT ITEM – 20
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY (6610)

DOMINGUEZ HILLS CAMPUS, LOS ANGELES COUNTY

Educational Resource Center Addition



Authority: Chapter 208/04, 6610-301-6041(1.7)

a. Approve preliminary plans

APPROVED:

3/0


CONSENT ITEM



STAFF ANALYSIS ITEM – 20

California State University

Dominguez Hills Campus

Educational Resource Center Addition


Action requested

The requested action will provide approval of preliminary plans.
Scope Description

This project is within scope. Construct a 104,099 assignable square feet (asf)/150,800 gross square feet (gsf) library addition to the existing 105,000 asf/152,000 gsf, 34-year-old Leo F. Cain Educational Resources Center (ERC). The ERC addition, combined with the existing facility, will provide sufficient resource information space to serve 12,000 full time equivalent students. The combined project will provide for 83,771 asf in book stacks area, of which, 16,571 asf will be in Movable Aisle Compact Storage. The combined project will also provide 63,552 asf in student reader stations, 18,225 asf in technical processing and public service areas and 2,538 asf to provide faculty development services in the Center for Teaching and Learning. In a subsequent phase, the existing library building will be remodeled to update the existing building systems and structure and to reorganize and relocate the library functions for better access for students.

Funding and Cost Verification

This project is within cost.


$39,841,000

total estimated project costs


$869,000

project costs previously allocated: preliminary plans $869,000


$856,000

project costs to be allocated for: working drawings $856,000


$38,116,000

future funding to be allocated. Construction (contract $30,599,000, contingency $1,530,000, project administration $2,747,000, equipment $3,240,000 at CCCI 4328 and EPI 2649)

CEQA

A Notice of Exemption was filed with the State Clearinghouse on January 26, 2005 and the waiting period expired on February 25, 2005.


Due Diligence

California State University (CSU), on behalf of the Board of Trustees of the CSU, is vested with authority for management of the property for the benefit of the university and acknowledges that they have full responsibility for clearing due diligence issues for general obligation bond funded projects.


Project Schedule

The project schedule is as follows:

Approve preliminary plans: July 2005

Approve working drawings: December 2005

Complete construction: August 2007

Staff Recommendation: Approve preliminary plans.

CONSENT ITEM



CONSENT ITEM – 21
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY (6610)

MONTEREY BAY CAMPUS, MONTEREY COUNTY

Infrastructure Improvements


Authority: Chapter 208/04 6610-301-6041(3)

a. Approve preliminary plans

APPROVED:

3/0

CONSENT ITEM



STAFF ANALYSIS ITEM – 21

California State University, Monterey Bay

Infrastructure Improvements
Action requested

Approval of preliminary plans
Scope Description

This project is within scope. The Infrastructure Improvements project will construct underground infrastructure, provide new utilities services, demolish unsafe vacated military buildings, upgrade the sports fields and courts, modernize the field house and provide significant upgrades to ADA access which will shape the campus core.
Funding and Cost Verification

This project is within cost.


$18,765,000

total estimated project costs

$18,515,000


to be allocated for: preliminary plans ($577,000), working drawings ($587,000) and construction ($17,351,000) at 4100


$250,000

future funding to be allocated for equipment at EPI 2627


CEQA

A Notice of Exemption was filed with the State Clearinghouse on April 13, 2005 and the waiting period expired on May 12, 2005.


Due Diligence

California State University (CSU), on behalf of the Board of Trustees of the CSU, is vested with the authority for management of the property for the benefit of the university and acknowledges that they have full responsibility for clearing due diligence issues for general obligation bond funded projects.


Project Schedule

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

Approve working drawings: February 2006

Complete construction: September 2007

Staff Recommendation: Approve preliminary plans.


CONSENT ITEM



CONSENT ITEM – 22
CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES (6870)

COMPTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

COMPTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE, LOS ANGELES COUNTY

Performing Arts Center
Authority: Chapter 157/03, Section 6870-301-6028 (10), PW

Chapter 208/04, Section 6870-301-6041 (6) C



  1. Approve scope change

  2. Approve a project cost increase (locally-funded) $14,813,000

(11.2 percent of total project)

(124 percent of construction cost)
APPROVED:

3/0

CONSENT ITEM



STAFF ANALYSIS ITEM – 22

California Community Colleges

Compton Community College District

Compton Community College, Performing Arts Center



Action Requested


The requested action will recognize a scope and cost change to the project.

Scope Description

This project is not within scope. The authorized scope of the project constructs a new 28,852 assignable square feet (asf) Performing Arts Center. The space consists of

2,482 asf laboratory, 1,020 asf of offices, 1,756 asf audio/visual, 22,894 asf assembly space (including a 400-seat theater) and 700 asf other space.


The district has passed a local bond since the time the scope of the project was approved. The district now wants to add 8,954 asf to the approved scope of the project with local bond funds. The modified design of the building will have 37,806 asf, including 8,248 asf laboratory space, 1,004 office space, 1,765 asf AV/TV, 26,401 asf assembly space (including a 400-seat theater), and 388 asf other space. The additional space includes a recording studio, scene and costume shops, art and dance classrooms, and storage space. Program elements remain unchanged.

Funding and Project Cost Verification

This project is not within cost. The additional 8,954 asf is anticipated to increase project costs to $28,000,000. The state share of the funding remains unchanged at $13,187,000. The district will fund the remaining $14,813,000 with local bond dollars. A 20-Day Letter was sent to the Legislature on June 17, 2005 and the waiting period expired without comment.


$13,187,000

total authorized project costs


$28,000,000

total estimated project costs


$13,187,000

state project costs previously allocated: preliminary plans $416,000; working drawings $409,000; construction $10,730,000 ($9,706,000 contracts; $485,000 contingency, $539,000 construction management, administration, testing and inspection) at CCCI 4100; equipment $1,632,000 at EPI 2564


$1,298,000

local project costs previously allocated: preliminary plans $536,000; working drawings $762,000


$13,515,000

local project costs to be allocated: construction $13,330,000 ($12,071,000 contracts; $604,000 contingency; $655,000 construction management, administration, testing and inspection) at CCI 4100; equipment $185,000 at EPI 2564

CEQA


The district will file a Negative Declaration with the State Clearinghouse prior to the approval of the preliminary plans by the Public Works Board.

Due Diligence


Community college districts are local entities and the state does not have title to their real property, hence districts acknowledge that they have full responsibility for clearing due diligence issues for general obligation bond projects.
Project Schedule

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

Approve working drawings: August 2006

Complete construction: August 2008

Staff Recommendation: Approve scope change and associate locally-funded cost increase.


ACTION ITEM



ACTION ITEM – 23
DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES (1760)

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS (8955)

FRESNO VETERANS’ HOME, FRESNO COUNTY

DVA Project Number 500, DGS Parcel Number 10356


Authority: Government Code Sections 15819.60 and 15819.65


  1. Authorize the acquisition of real property through the acceptance of a no cost acquisition


APPROVED:

3/0


ACTION ITEM


STAFF ANALYSIS ITEM – 23

Department of General Services

Department of Veterans’ Affairs

Fresno Veterans’ Home

Action requested

The requested action will authorize the acquisition of real property through the acceptance of a no cost acquisition.
Scope

This project is within scope. The City of Fresno, Fresno County (city), has offered to the state as a no cost acquisition approximately twenty-six and one-fifth (26.2) acres of land for the purpose of developing a California Department of Veterans’ Affairs (CDVA) veterans’ home.
Funding and Cost Verification

This project is within cost. Government Code Sections 15819.60 and 15819.65 provide a $162,000,000 lease revenue appropriation for the purposes of constructing veterans’ homes throughout California, including the Fresno site. However, this law requires that the construction of the Fresno veterans' Home may not commence until the Greater Los Angeles and Ventura Counties Veterans Homes project (GLAVC) has been fully funded. Assuming the GLAVC project remains within budget at $78,000,000 lease revenue bonds, it is estimated $84,000,000 will remain for both the Fresno home and the Shasta County Veteran's Home. Pursuant to Government Code Section 15849.1, a General Fund loan was approved to fund $77,000 to pay Department of General Services (DGS) staff costs attributable to due diligence and CEQA compliance necessary prior to the acceptance of this no-cost acquisition. The General Fund will be repaid from the proceeds of the aforementioned lease revenue bonds.
CEQA

A Notice of Exemption was filed with the State Clearinghouse on June 2, 2005, and the statute of limitations period expired on July 7, 2005.


Project Schedule

The project schedule is as follows:

Anticipated close of escrow: September, 2005.

Establish project cost and scope: After a 'Notice to Proceed' is issued for the GLAVC project


Condition of Property

Staff of DGS, Real Estate Services Division, Professional Services Branch, Environmental Services Section (ESS) conducted a site visit of the proposed Fresno veterans’ home acquisition site on February 25, 2005. The subject property consists of approximately

26.2 acres of land at the south east intersection of West California Avenue and South Marks Avenue in Fresno, California.

 
The area proposed for transfer is comprised of formerly developed farmland.  The only remaining improvements on the property include an existing agricultural well and electrical service. The property has a history of row-crop agricultural use for the past 50-70 years; the property has no previous industrial uses.  The adjacent properties all have a similar long history of agricultural uses or flood control.


The property was subject to an Environmental Site Assessment (ESA/Phase I) prepared in June 2003 and updated in June 2005. Additionally, limited scope “Basic Screening” soils testing was conducted in June 2005. No negative findings or recommendations were contained in either the ESA/Phase I report or in the soils analysis that would require additional investigation.
Other

  • The site meets the requirements of the CDVA.

  • The CDVA will manage and operate the facility once constructed. CDVA provided a written letter indicating that prior to the start of construction, the property shall remain idle.

  • The site is formerly improved farmland and presently unoccupied. Thus, there is no relocation assistance involved with this project.
  • The Agreement for the Conveyance and Acceptance of Real Property is subject to a reversionary clause. The Agreement provides that in the event the state does not commence construction of the project within seven years from the date of transfer of title from the city to the state, the city may request that the state transfer title to the property back to the city at no cost. Upon receipt of such a request, the state will effectuate the transfer of this property back to the city. For the purposes of the Agreement, commencement of construction shall be the date shown on the state’s “Notice to Proceed”.


  • The city is required to obtain a City Council Resolution approving the transfer of title to the state at no cost and approving the City Manager to execute the Agreement of Conveyance and Transfer of Real Property. The city staff indicated that this Agreement would be heard at the July 19, 2005 City Council meeting, or shortly thereafter, with city staff recommending approval.

  • DGS will execute a Transfer of Jurisdiction to the CDVA upon acceptance of title.

  • The City has furnished the state a Letter of Intent to manage and maintain the property, during the interim period prior to construction, in a clean condition at no cost to the state.



Staff Recommendation: Contingent upon approval by Fresno City Council to transfer title to the property to the State at no cost and for the City Manager to execute the Agreement for the Conveyance and Acceptance of Real Property at the July 19th meeting or no later than 30 days thereafter, authorize the acquisition of real property through acceptance of a no cost acquisition.

OTHER BUSINESS



OTHER ITEM – 24
Approve a resolution to appoint Marianne Wetzel as Assistant Administrative Secretary.

APPROVED:

3/0

REPORTABLES

To be presented at meeting.

Respectfully Submitted

By:

_____________________________

KAREN FINN



Administrative Secretary




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