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File #: 22-4074    Name:
Type: Consent Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 4/27/2022 In control: City Council
On agenda: 5/3/2022 Final action:
Title: ACCEPT AS COMPLETE THE 190TH STREET KING HARBOR ENTRY SIGN AND PEDESTRIAN SIGNAL IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT, JOBS NO. 10160 & 41200, AND AUTHORIZE THE CITY ENGINEER TO FILE A NOTICE OF COMPLETION FOR THE PROJECT WITH THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY RECORDER AND RELEASE THE FINAL RETENTION PAYMENT OF $7,817.83 TO ELECNOR BELCO ELECTRIC, INC., UPON EXPIRATION OF THE 35-DAY LIEN PERIOD AFTER SAID RECORDATION AND NO CLAIMS BEING FILED AGAINST THE PROJECT
Attachments: 1. Administrative Report
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To: MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL
From: TED SEMAAN, PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR

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ACCEPT AS COMPLETE THE 190TH STREET KING HARBOR ENTRY SIGN AND PEDESTRIAN SIGNAL IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT, JOBS NO. 10160 & 41200, AND AUTHORIZE THE CITY ENGINEER TO FILE A NOTICE OF COMPLETION FOR THE PROJECT WITH THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY RECORDER AND RELEASE THE FINAL RETENTION PAYMENT OF $7,817.83 TO ELECNOR BELCO ELECTRIC, INC., UPON EXPIRATION OF THE 35-DAY LIEN PERIOD AFTER SAID RECORDATION AND NO CLAIMS BEING FILED AGAINST THE PROJECT
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
On December 15, 2020, the City Council awarded Elecnor Belco Electric, Inc. a public works contract for $126,820 for construction of the 190th Street King Harbor Entry Sign and Pedestrian Signal Improvements Project, Jobs No. 10160 & 41200. During construction, staff issued three (3) change orders totaling $29,536.66, bringing the final contract amount to $156,356.66. The change orders addressed unforeseen conditions requiring relocation of a signal pole, installation of additional conduits, and traffic signal modifications at Harbor Drive and Yacht Club Way and were within the authorization limit of the City Engineer per the City's Administrative Policies and Procedures.

The project is now complete and ready for City Council acceptance and authorization to release the final retention amount of $7,817.83 to the contractor upon expiration of the 35-day lien period and there being no claims filed.

BACKGROUND
The 190th Street King Harbor Entry Sign and Pedestrian Signal Improvements Project, Jobs No. 10160 & 41200 ("Project"), is included in the adopted CIP. This project replaced the existing overhead sign and structures on 190th Street, just west of Anza Blvd. with a new sign installed above new traffic signal equipment, upgraded pedestrian crossing equipment, removed and replaced curb ramps, and modified signing and striping.

On October 20, 2020, the City Council approved the plans and specifications for the Proje...

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