Office of Financial Management Washington State Major Project Status Report

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Office of Financial Management

Washington State Major Project Status Report

June 15, 2010

Agency Number

: 121

Project Number

: 04-2-850

School/Campus

(if applicable):

Project Title

: Science & Technology Building

Bill Reference(s)

: Chapter 488, Section 769, 05

Agency

: Centralia College

Contact Name, phone number, email

:

Angela Williams (360)736-9391 ext 278 e-mail [email protected]

Project Description

(only): The science and supporting facilities (Ehret, Batie Science

Center, Lingreen, Health Science Annex) were extremely outdated and are not able to meet current science education standards and have high deficiency scores. In addition, requirements for ADA, safety, ventilations and hazardous materials have increased beyond the capabilities of these facilities. The college’s growth in science, nursing and other academic transfer programs made replacement of these facilities a high priority, which is in line with the HECB investment goals. The facilities were not suitable for renovation or remodel on a cost effective basis.

Square feet

: 69,995

Scope Changes

(if any):

Project Total Cost:

Phase

Predesign

Biennium

2003-05

Design

Construction

Escalation Pool Match

Escalation Pool

2005-07

2007-09

2007-09

2007-09

Art Commission Deduction 2007-09

Reduction in 2010 Supplemental

Total

* MACC $22,787,092

Appropriation

G20

H62

I55

147

I54

I55

Amount

150,000

3,247,000

28,615,000

262,715

262,715

101,000

263,000

32,375,430

12/31/08

Schedule:

Predesign Complete

Start Design

Bid Date

Notice to Proceed

50% Complete

Substantial Completion

Variance

Schedule Actual/Forecast

6-30-05

7-01-05

6-30-05

7-01-05

3-01-07

7-01-07

4-15-08

12-31-08

4-15-07

7-01-07

4-15-08

3-6-09

Final Acceptance 6-01-09 6-12-09

Project Status and discussion of Critical Path for Construction:

(wks)

0

0

6

0

0

0

0

Contract Award History

A/E Agreement

Original Agreement

Amendments

Pending Changes

Current Design

Additional Services

$ .00

$ 120,000.00 Bid Award Amount

$ 362,505.00

Construction Contract (excl. sales tax)

$23,264,300.00

Change Orders $ 2,736,701.81

Total $ 482,505.00 Total

1,539,139.00

$ 846,399.43

Pending Changes $ 0

$ 26,001.001.81

Actual Construction Cost

Contractor 26,001,001.81

Other 854,380.00

As of 6/12/09 the project is complete.

Other 2,648,003.00

Potential for Project Cost Overruns/Claims:

The bid awarded for this project came in $1.8 million above the MACC. Rather than redesign and rebid, the College moved $1 million from the management contingency account, received $262,000 from the SBCTC controlled appropriation for bid contingencies and matched this amount with local funds. The College moved the remaining balance from the furniture and fixtures appropriation for the project and is also embarking on a capital campaign to help support this and other projects.

The capital campaign launched in April, 2008 and to date approximately $227,000 has been raised for furniture and fixtures in the new science and technology building.

Discussion of Project Quality:

When the bid climate first showed signs of cost escalation, the College revisited the project parameters and made adjustments to the scope. These adjustments included setting aside replacement of the outdoor labs, security systems, landscaping, and finishes.

The objective was to retain the original square footage requested, along with all program and instructional needs identified in the predesign study. As a result, the building did not suffer any diminishment of quality or scope. However, the College will lose the outdoor labs used to support instruction in Botany and Environmental Studies. Plans to meet

12/31/08

12/31/08 these needs have not been permanently shelved, but the College will have to pursue other funding sources to move forward with them.

As of 12/31/08, the plans to continue the outdoor lab component have not changed. This effort will be contingent on the results of the capital campaign and contingency fund usage.

Project Photographs

12/31/08

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