0ffice of Financial Management Washington State Major Project Status Report Agency Number

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0ffice of Financial Management
Washington State Major Project Status Report
June 30, 2009
Agency Number: 699
Project Number: 04-2-690 (2)
School/Campus: Bellevue College
Project Title: Science & Technology Building
Bill Reference(s): 488-05-766
Contact Name, phone number, email: Laurel LaFever
(425) 564-2491
[email protected]
Project Description (only): Construct new building for Science and Technology. The
Science and Technology building will provide classrooms, offices and laboratories for
chemistry, physics, biology, anatomy and physiology, microbiology and oceanography.
The building will include 17 laboratories (including 2 labs that have been added by
Alternate #1) and 5 general purpose classrooms. This will provide a total of 22 labs and
classrooms. In addition there are 18 faculty offices provided in the building. These new
spaces will permit expanded enrollment in basic sciences courses which support
expansion of technically oriented health and science programs, both transfer and
professional/technical.
Square feet: Original 69,500 gsf
Current 64,238 gsf
Scope Changes (if any): Enclosed mechanical penthouse was eliminated as part of value
engineering process. The 1st floor labs were bid as an alternate. Due to favorable bids the
1st floor labs were added back into the project by change order.
Project Total Cost:
Phase
Predesign
Design
Construction
Escalation Pool Funds
Escalation Funds(Local Match)
Other (Approp/Non Approp)
Total
MACC = $27,400,609
Biennium
2003-05
2005-07
2007-09
2007-09
2007-09
Appropriation
149
H71
I02
I54
R10
Amount
$90,000
$2,376,600
$31,331,717
$292,730
$292,730
$3,307,270
$37,691,047
Schedule:
Predesign Complete
Start Design
Bid Date (GC/CM)
Notice to Proceed
50% Complete
Substantial Completion
Final Acceptance
Budget Schedule
3/15/03
7/1/05
7/1/07
5/1/08
3/1/09
Actual/Forecast
3/15/03
7/1/05
6/7/07
7/30/07
5/1/08
12/23/08
9/01/09
Variance (wks)
0
0
0
0
0
0
Project Status and discussion of Critical Path for Construction:
The City of Bellevue issued a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy on December 11,
2008. The Certificate of Substantial Completion was issued on December 23, 2008.
Bellevue College has hired a hazardous materials code consultant to respond to the City
of Bellevue questions regarding corrosive and flammable chemical storage cabinets and
related venting issues. The college anticipates receiving the Final Certificate of
Occupancy no later than August 2009. The first classes in the building began in spring
quarter on April 1, 2009. Final acceptance is anticipated no later than September 1, 2009.
Contract Award History
A/E Agreement
Original Agreement
Amendments
Pending Changes
Total
Current Design
Contingency
$1,472,231
$1,498,992
$
0
$2,971,223
$
0
Construction Contract (excl. sales tax)
Bid Award Amount $27,400,609
Change Orders
$ 518,279
Pending Changes
$_ (50,000)_
Total
$27,868,888
Current Construction
Contingency Balance $ 2,000,000
Potential for Project Cost Overruns/Claims: The College provided alternative local
financing to cover the increased costs of this project. There is currently approximately
$120,000 remaining in the GC/CM risk contingency fund. All known potential cost issues
are reflected in the Pending Construction Changes noted above.
Discussion of Project Quality: The GC/CM contractor implemented a company-wide
quality control process. Other than a large entrance area of the Retro-Plate concrete floor
finish the architect and the College are pleased with the quality of the work in place. The
colored floor patches in this area have disappointed both the owner and the construction
company. A revised concrete patch and Retro-Plate process was implemented providing an
acceptable finish. Revised flashing design details and additional exterior envelope
inspections were performed to further minimize the possibility of future water infiltration
problems in this building.
Project Photographs: See attached photos from interior and southwest views.
Main Lobby at 2nd Floor_04/01/2009
Building view from Southwest_06/29/2009
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