Office of Financial Management Washington State Major Project Agency Number

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Office of Financial Management
Washington State Major Project
Status Report June 08, 2015
Agency Number:
699
Agency:
Yakima Valley Community College
Project Number:
30000121
Project Title:
Palmer Martin Replacement Design
Bill Reference:
ESSB 5035.SL Sec 5115
Contact Name, Phone number, email:
Teresa Holland
Vice President for Administrative Services
(509) 574-4667
[email protected]
Project Description:
The scope of the project called for the design of a new 43,879 square-foot instructional building
to house art instruction, modern languages, early childhood education, and speech and
communication. The project included the demolition of six obsolete buildings and the
replacement of four of the razed structures in a new instructional facility. Sundquist Hall is
obsolete, blocks access to the replacement facility, and will be removed but not replaced. Martin
Annex will be removed to site the replacement facility and will not be replaced. Four buildings
will be removed and replaced: Palmer Hall, Martin Hall, the Braeburn Building, and Records
Storage. As the college waited for construction funding for this project, the project budget was
reduced and the demolition of Palmer Hall was removed from the project. Fortunately, the
bidding climate was favorable and the construction bid came in at a level that allowed the Palmer
Hall demolition and landscape to be added back into the scope of the project as a Phase II.
Project Total Cost:
Phase
Predesign
Design
Construction
Other (Approp/Non Approp)
Total
Biennium
2005-07
2009-11
2013-15
Undetermined
Appropriation
R10
J29
S05
-
Amount
$ 43,000
$1,464,000
$19,243,000
20,750,000
Schedule: Phase I Construction
Predesign Complete
Start Design
Bid Date
Notice to Proceed
50% Complete
June 2015
Budget Schedule
11/01/07
7/01/09
9/25/2013
11/4/2013
TBD
Actual/Forecast
11/01/07
7/1/09
9/25/2013
10/22/2013
Variance (wks)
Substantial Completion
Final Acceptance
5/30/2015
6/30/15
6/1/15
Schedule: Phase II Demolition and Landscape
Predesign Complete
Start Design
Bid Date
Notice to Proceed
50% Complete
Substantial Completion
Final Acceptance
Budget Schedule
11/01/07
7/01/09
1/20/16
2/15/16
TBD
5/29/16
6/30/16
Actual/Forecast
11/01/07
7/1/09
Variance (wks)
Project Status and Discussion of Critical Path for Construction:
Currently, the Palmer Martin certificate of occupancy has been issued and the final punchlist items
are being completed. The next phase of this project will be to bid the demolition of Palmer Hall and
landscape the Palmer Hall foot print.
Contract Award History Phase I
A/E Agreement
Original Agreement $
108,422.50
Amendments
$
1,585,205.70
Pending Changes
$
.00
Total $
1,693,628.20
Current Design
Contingency
$
.00
Construction Contract (excl. sales
Bid Award Amount $12,601,000
Change Orders
$ 291,624
Pending Changes
$
Total $12,892,624
Current Construction
Contingency
$1,071,804
tax)
Contract Award History Phase II
A/E Agreement
Original Agreement $
Amendments
$
Pending Changes
$
Total $
Current Design
Contingency
$
Construction Contract (excl. sales
Bid Award Amount $ TBD
Change Orders
$ TBD
Pending Changes
$
Total
$ TBD
Current Construction
Contingency
$ TBD
tax)
0.00
0.00
.00
0.00
.00
Potential for Project Cost Overruns/Claims
There are currently no situations anticipated to cause project cost overruns at this time in Phase I as
it is almost complete. Phase II overruns/claims will be determined after the bid process is complete
and financial and contractor information is available.
June 2015
Discussion of Project Quality
This project followed established campus building standards, included current city and state codes,
and was placed on the college campus consistent with master planning guidelines. The existing
YVCC campus influenced the building’s image and materials. The final design provided an
environmental-sensitive concept of “sustainable” architecture with the use of natural light, low
energy consumption and organic, renewable resource materials that are energy efficient to produce
and generate minimum waste.
The general contractor for Phase I of this project, G.H. Moen, L.L.C., consistently produced a high
level of construction quality and has constructed many of the existing older campus buildings. The
college and design team were very pleased to have Moen on our project. The project grand opening
was held June 2, 2015.
Main Entry from the East
June 2015
Lobby from the main stair landing
June 2015
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