Office of Financial Management Washington State Major Project Status Report June 2015

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Office of Financial Management
Washington State Major Project Status Report
June 2015
Agency Number: 699
Project Number: 20081226
School/Campus: Grays Harbor College
Project Title: Science and Math Building
Bill Reference(s):
Contact name, phone number, email:
Agency: SBCTC
Barbara McCullough; 360-538-4221; [email protected]
The report for June 2015 was prepared by Keith Penner; 360-538-4154; [email protected]
Project Description:
A new four story building for Science, Math, Art and Nursing will be located on the site of
buildings 400, 450, and 600 that have recently been demolished. Building 300 will also be
demolished after occupancy of the new building in fall quarter 2015. The new building will colocate all needed spaces for students and faculty in the physical sciences, life sciences, nursing,
natural resources, mathematics and art programs. Construction funding also included funds for
some of the necessary work needed for building 500 (gymnasium and fitness/PE space); this
building was attached to the 400 building and required the addition of a hallway, and other
electrical, telecom, and fire alarm work due to the 400 demolition.
The construction of this replacement project will be an important step towards achieving much
needed improvements in overall campus infrastructure, accessibility, functionality, energy and
aesthetics. This new building is critical to fulfilling the GHC Facility Master plan, achieving
GHC Strategic Planning Goals, and meeting the important goal of educating students in STEM
disciplines.
Square feet: 70,325
Scope changes: None
Project Total Cost:
Phase
Predesign
Design
Construction
Other (Approp/Non Approp)
Total
Biennium
2007-2009
2009-2011
2013-2015
2013-2105
MACC = $34,413,349
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Appropriation
I30
J10
S25
S25 Art
Amount
$348,200
$2,219,800
$41,403,933
$172,067
$44,144,000
Schedule:
Budget Schedule
(as currently
funded)
June 2008
Nov 2009
Predesign Complete
Start Design
Bid Date
Notice to Proceed
50% Complete
Substantial Completion
Final Acceptance
August 2013
August 2015
Actual/Forecast
June 2008
June 2010
July 2, 2013
July 18, 2013
August 15, 2015
July 17, 2015
July 2015 (F)
Variance (wks)
None
30
-2
-2
Project Status and discussion of Critical Path for Construction:
This project was funded in the 2013-15 capital budget passed in the 2013 legislative session.
Prior to the approval, funding had been on hold and not funded in the prior biennium due to state
budget constraints. The Design Development phase concluded at the end of May 2011, and the
Construction Document phase concluded in January of 2012. During fall and winter of 2012-13
the architect worked with design team consultants to reactivate this archived project, with
additional costs incurred. With concurrence of the State Board Executive Director and Director
of Capital Projects (and notification to Legislative leadership), the decision was made to go out
to bid prior to legislative funding, primarily to enable construction to begin in the dry season.
Permit submittal documents were delivered to the City of Aberdeen in April 2013. The project
was put out for bid in June 2013 with the bid awarded to Berschauer Philips (now Forma
Construction Company) on July 2, 2013. As of June 1, 2014 the project was on schedule and on
budget. As of December 1, 2014 the substantial completion date has moved approximately four
weeks to mid-June 2015 due to weather issues, and the project is still on budget. As of June 8,
2015 the substantial completion date has moved an additional 4 weeks to mid-July. The
additional delay was due to a combination of factors, including weather issues. The project is on
budget.
Contract Award History
A/E Agreement
Original Agreement
Amendments
Pending Changes
Total
Current Design
Contingency
Construction Contract (excl. sales tax)
Bid Award Amount $31,719,772
Change Orders
$1,906,651
Pending Changes
$_0__________
Total $33,626,423
Current Construction $33,358,180
Contingency
$
$1,982,756
$2,034,192
$0
$4,016,948
$
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Potential for Project Cost Overruns/Claims
At this time none are known or anticipated.
Discussion of Project Quality
Project quality is as expected.
Project Photographs (Attached)
Please see GHC web site for the complete Schematic Design (completed in May 2010).
http://www.ghc.edu/construction/smart/
And for photos of construction to date.
http://www.ghc.edu/operations/updates.htm
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