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Project Name: DPR: Locust Shade Park Maintenance Building (Project# 17C13002)
Project Type: New Construction
Project Description: Construction of Maintenance Building at Locust Shade Park
Project Manager: Tracy L. Hannigan     send an email
Alternate Manager:     
Agency Name: Parks & Recreation QPR?: Yes
Magisterial District: N/A
Original Budget: $750,000.00

Revised Budget:

Original Start Date: 7/1/2016

Revised Start Date:

Original End Date: 12/30/2017

Revised End Date:

Last Updated On: 8/17/2017 Maps  Pictures  Documents

Funding Source    


Budget Amount
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1. General Fund

$750,000.00 --- 7/1/2016
Total Amount: $750,000.00 $750,000.00

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1. Met with Architect to discuss scope & fee proposal Rcvd proposal 8/25/16. Reviewing and narrowing scope. 7/20/2016 8/25/2016 Ron Lilley  
2. Task Order rcvd 09/26/16;PO Issued 9/29/16. 9/26/2016 9/29/2016 Ron Lilley  
3. Fee proposal received from Moseley 4/28/17. PO Issued 5/24/17 for $170,157 4/28/2017 5/24/2017 Ron Lilley  
4. Design phase completion due Dec. 1, 2017. 5/24/2017 12/1/2017 Ron Lilley  
5. Surveying completed in July and Anticipate schematic review and cost estimate by end of August. 6/24/2017 8/30/2017 Ron Lilley  

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4/1/2017Attempts to get an acceptable design fee with HGA were not successful. Asked Moseley to provide a building much like their Veterans Park Maintenance Building design, which should yield more efficiency for their fees and schedule. Based on the HGA Study of site arrangements and supporting infrastructure needed, the remaining scope is significantly simplified. Moseley was not available for this project when it was started. New fees and schedule will be developed.
1/4/2016Based on consolidating functions and providing for all long-term needs, HGAs option #3 is deemed best option, but there is not enough funding to construct anything but a scaled-down building for the time being. HGA is working on designs for scaled-down building and minimal site work.

4. Impact on Other Projects