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05/01/2012 04C 2012 1st Quarter Capital Improvement Projects Report BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT r , 6 Item No. ' For Meeting of: May 1, 2012 ITEM TITLE: 2012 1st Quarter Capital Improvement Projects Report SUBMITTED BY: Joan Davenport, Acting Director Community & Economic Development CONTACT Douglas Mayo, PE, City Engineer, 576 -6678 PERSON /TELEPHONE: SUMMARY EXPLANATION: Attached is the Engineering Division's 1st Quarter Capital Improvement Projects Memorandum and Report which includes Water /Irrigation and Wastewater Capital Improvement Projects. Also attached is the current project spreadsheet developed by the Sewer, Water, Irrigation, Streets, Traffic and Engineering Divisions. The current project listing assists in the planning of current and upcoming projects. It helps the divisions coordinate their work so that, for example, a street is not rebuilt or seal coated just prior to planned underground work on the same street. New, proposed and continued construction plus construction administration for 2012 is as follows: Engineering: $ 8,400,000 Water: $ 4,400,000 Irrigation: $ 3,500,000 WasteWater Collections: $ 1,700,000 WasteWater Plant: $ 8,600,000 Total: $ 26,600,000 Resolution Ordinance Other (specify) Contract: Mail to: Contract Term: Amount: Expiration Date: Insurance Required? No Funding Phone: Source: APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL: City Manager STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Accept Report BOARD /COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: ATTACHMENTS: Click to download Ell Engineering report 0 Overall Capital Improvements Listing • MEMORAND UM April 17, 2012 TO: Mayor Micah Cawley Members of City Council FROM: Joan Davenport, Acting Director of CED Doug Mayo, PE, City Engineer SUBJECT: 2012 Capital Improvement'Projects: 1 Quarter INTRODUCTION This Quarterly Report information is intended to provide a status overview of the City's capital improvement projects for the 1 Quarter of 2012, including current project status, milestones, and any new developments that may significantly alter the schedules or costs of the projects. This narrative report includes projects of the Water /Irrigation Division, Wastewater Division and Engineering Division. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS West Nob Hill Blvd., 49 Avenue to 64` Avenue The City was successful with their application for a TIB grant of $2,400,000 of the estimated construction cost of $3,217,000. Huibregtse, Louman Associates, Inc. has completed the design of the project; right -of -way for the project has been acquired. Work with utility companies for relocation of their facilities is underway. Construction should start this spring and continue through most of the year. ♦ Project completion date: 4 Quarter FY2012. Railroad Grade Separations: Lincoln Avenue (& Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.) 1st Street to 1 Avenue; Phase 2 (MLK: Phase 3) This project consists of re- constructing Lincoln Avenue so the roadway will pass beneath the existing BNSF railroad tracks. It includes a bridge for Front Street that will pass over Lincoln Avenue. Phase 1 of this project, which relocated utilities for both underpasses, was completed in the fall of 2007. All of the right -of -way required for both underpasses has been acquired. Phase 2 of this project, which constructs the Lincoln Avenue underpass, was awarded to Apollo, Inc. of Kennewick, on February 3, 2010. Construction began in March of 2010. Final paving and project completion will likely occur in May, 2012. Design of Phase 3, the MLK underpass, is 95% complete and on hold until additional funding is secured. We estimate that the project is about $5 million short of being fully funded. We continue to search for additional funds and hope to go out to bid on the MLK underpass mid -2012. ♦ Projected completion date for Lincoln Avenue Underpass: 2 Quarter FY2012. 1 South 64 Avenue & Washington Avenue: Signal Construction This project constructed a traffic signal at this intersection. Street lighting and electrical conduits were installed with intersection construction in 2006. The project is funded by $265,000 from the Wal -Mart Development Project. Construction bids were opened on this project on October 25 The low bidder was Knobel's Electric with a bid of $245,110. The signal poles and mast arms have been installed and the signal was energized on April 5th Yakima Valley Trolley Barn & Museum Preservation Using State Enhancement funds, the City purchased the historic Yakima Valley Transportation Company Trolley Repair Barn and Substation on January 31, 2008. Environmental documentation approval was received to make repairs to the west and south walls and crane system. Repairs to the crane inside the barn, and to the south and west walls of the Trolley Barn have been completed. Some funding still remains. These funds will be used to restore portions of the 6 -mile track, poles and the overhead system. The material purchase and work will be completed in 2012. o Project completion date: 3rd Quarter FY2012. Kiwanis Park, Upper Park This project consists of building three multi -use ball fields including field lighting, restroom facilities, a volleyball court, a basketball court, a skate park, a playground, a concession/restroom, new sidewalk and pathways, and parking. Funding includes $500,000 from a Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO) State grant, $500,000 from Yakima School District (YSD) for field lighting, plus funding from various local service clubs. Sun Yakima LLC purchased the property adjacent to the existing Kiwanis Park, cleared the property and donated the property to the City of Yakima. The skate park has been constructed with funds donated by the Apple Valley Kiwanis Club. The playground was purchased and installed by Downtown Yakima Rotary. The basketball court has been constructed with funds donated by Yakima Southwest Rotary. A 30'x30' covered picnic shelter was constructed with funds donated by Sunrise Rotary. A project that constructed parking spaces and sidewalk connecting the walkway from Fair Avenue to Gateway Park along Maple Street was recently completed at a cost of $123,000. A $45,000 project that prepared the site for future work was completed in April, 2011. Construction is well under way for the project to construct the ball fields, field lighting, the pedestrian pathway and west parking lot. The low bidder was Stephens and Sons Construction, Inc., with a bid of $1,274,122.70. The concession/restroom building will be constructed with the help of local service clubs in 2012. 0 Projected completion date: 2 quarter 2012. South 64th Avenue Roadway Widening: Nob Hill Blvd. to Tieton Drive This project will widen this section of 64 Avenue to a 39 -foot roadway (14'- 11' -14') with curb and gutter on both sides of the road, and a 7 -foot sidewalk on one side of the road. Street lighting and a stormwater runoff treatment system will also be constructed. The project is funded by a 2 $900,000 Surface Transportation Program (STP) federal grant and $200,000 mitigation from the Wal -Mart Development Project. Design and environmental documentation for this project has begun; with right of way acquisition and construction occurring in 2012. ♦ Project completion date: 4 Quarter FY2012. Ortman Trail, vicinity Willow Street This project will construct a paved pathway that will connect the Powerhouse Canal Trail at 14 Avenue & Swan Avenue to the William O. Douglas Trail on 6 Avenue at "I" Street. Once this project is completed, the Powerhouse Trail, Ortman Trail, William O. Douglas Trail and Yakima Greenway will be connected and complete a 6.5 -mile loop. The project is funded by a Transportation Enhancement Grant (Federal) of $283,278. The project design was completed over the winter and construction will begin in the spring. ♦ Projected completion date: 3rd Quarter FY 2012. Enemy Recovery Grant & Enemy Efficiency. and Conservation Block Grant Pro'ram These projects are funded by a combination of American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds and Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) funds totaling $285,000 as well as incentives. The City Facilities Lighting Upgrade Project includes retrofitting with efficient lighting at City Hall, Yakima Public Affairs Channel (Y -PAC), Fire Station 94, Fire Station 95, Public Works Complex, & SE Community Center. The City Facilities HVAC Project includes Fire Station 95, Yakima Public Affairs Channel (Y -PAC), & City Hall (Council Chambers). This project was awarded on to Knobel's Electric with a bid of $153,004.54, and replacement of the lighting fixtures began in August. The lighting upgrade project has been completed. The HVAC design consultant, Hultz/Bhu Engineers Inc., from Tacoma, WA designed the HVAC upgrades. It has been decided to bid the HVAC Systems Upgrade project in early spring 2012, so that City facilities will not be without heat during the current winter. ♦ Projected completion date: 2nd Quarter FY 2012. Yakima Sawmill Redevelopment Staff and consultant planning and design has begun on the multi - phased redevelopment of the former sawmill and plywood plant. Public funding sources include a commitment from the State _ of Washington in 2009 for up to $25 million of tax increment financing and a SIED loan in the amount of $500,000 from Yakima County to provide for the engineering design of new roads and utilities. The City and sawmill property owners are developing a master plan for over 200 acres of interstate frontage property to include retail - commercial, office- medical, light industrial, residential and open recreation space. The City has contracted with a consultant team led by 3 H.W. Lochner Engineers to develop and design the Fair Avenue Extension, which will extend from Lincoln Avenue to `R' Street. Yakima County has also contracted with the consultant team led by H.W. Lochner Engineers for the development of an East -West Corridor that will extend from 1 Street in Yakima easterly to Butterfield Road in Terrace Heights, and the development of an Interchange Justification Report to modify the Yakima Avenue and Fair Avenue interchanges. The consultant team began the design and surveying for these projects in October, 2011. A TIGER IV Grant application has been submitted. ♦ Project completion date: To Be Determined. River Road Widening & Reconstruction: 6 Avenue to 16 Avenue Last year, in a financial partnership with Washington Fruit Company and Yakima School Districts' Stanton Academy, we applied for and received a grant of $639,000 from the Freight Mobility Strategic Investment Board (FMSIB) for a total project of $1.42 Million. As Washington Fruit and Stanton were on the cusp of building frontage improvements for their respective roadway frontages due to their recent developments, they were highly receptive to financially partnering with the City on the grant application so the entire length of River Road from 6th Avenue to 16 Avenue could be widened and reconstructed for the community when their financial participation was incorporated. River Road will be reconstructed from a two -lane, 21 -foot wide, roadway with dirt shoulders to a three -lane roadway, 40 feet wide, providing extra -wide lanes for a shared bike lane with higher truck maneuverability. We will also be adding curb, gutter and sidewalk on both sides of the street (none exists today). This 2,600 -foot section of roadway will receive lighting for the project length and all commercial driveways in- between. (Again, none exists today.) ♦ Project completion date: 2013. North f Street Corridor Revitalization In 2010, the City received a $25,000 planning grant through Yakima County SIED funding for the first segment of this project; a comprehensive approach to planning for future improvements to North First Street from "A" Street to the US- 12/I -82 Interchange. The North First Street Improvement Study took place last year to develop a design and action plan to address potential arterial street design alternates including an analysis of resulting traffic flow, streetscape and landscape improvements, and required utility upgrades. The final study document was completed late summer 2011. Recently the City applied for, and received a $250,000 Surface Transportation Program (STP) federal grant for preliminary engineering to design a project from `N' Street to SR 12. A TIGER -IV Grant application has been submitted for construction funding. to Project completion date: To Be Determined. 4 OTHER TASKS SERVICE TO OTHER DIVISIONS Service to other divisions continues to be provided. Miscellaneous work has included: Sewer extension and restoration projects, legal descriptions for annexations and vacations; updating irrigation, water and sewer maintenance reference maps; surveying and mapping; ,miscellaneous assistance to Police, Planning, Streets, Airport, Wastewater, Stormwater, Public Works Divisions and Public Works facilities, Yakima Convention Center, Fire Department, including remodels and miscellaneous projects, and the Capitol Theatre for capital improvement projects; Purchasing Division, etcetera. We recently provided or are providing engineering assistance for: • Convention Center: stucco repairs. • Several small drainage improvement projects. • Major and minor wastewater system piping. Water /Irrigation Division Capital Improvements Projects General 308 Irrigation System Phase 4 /Stage 2 Improvements This project consisted of replacing irrigation main and services in the General 308 Irrigation District. The limits of the project were from North 1 Street Avenue to North 10 Street and from East Yakima Avenue to East "F" Street. The project also replaced the irrigation main in Pierce Avenue from Summitview Avenue to Lincoln Avenue. Huibregtse, Louman Associates completed the design. The project was bid on September 27, 2011 and the low bidder was KRCI, LLC of Wenatchee, WA. Construction is 100% complete. City Irrigation crews have also replaced various portions of the irrigation main and services in the General 308 System. This is the last scheduled replacement project within the General 308 Irrigation System. ♦ Project completion date: 2 Quarter 2012. Fruitvale Canal Improvements Part of this project replaced an open ditch irrigation wasteway /canal with a piped irrigation line along East H Street from North 6 Avenue to North 7 Street. Huibregtse, Louman Associates, Inc. completed the design report, provided a preliminary design and project costs. Final project design was completed, which included the design for two new industrial waste lines between North 1 Avenue and North 9 Street. Project design was also coordinated with potential street improvements on East H Street. Bid opening was October 18, 2011 and Hurst Construction LLC of Wenatchee, WA was the low bidder. Construction is 100% complete. The rest of the project is to consolidate the river diversions for Fruitvale Canal with the diversions at the Nelson Dam. Project is being designed in cooperation with the Bureau of 5 Reclamation, Washington Depart of Fish and Wildlife, Yakima County and North Yakima Conservation District. ♦ Project completion date: Pipeline Improvements 2 Quarter 2012. Diversion Consolidation On- going. East Viola Avenue (I -82 Crossing) Waterline Replacement The project will replace an undersized, deteriorating waterline crossing under I -82 at East Viola Avenue, between Rudkin Road and the Wastewater Treatment Plant. Replacement of the waterline will improve flows and reliability in this part of the water system, as well as replace a sub - standard, direct bury waterline across I -82 with a new ductile iron waterline in a steel casing within the limits of the interstate highway. Huibregtse, Louman Associates has completed the design. The project will be constructed as funding becomes available. 0 Project completion date: On- going. Water Treatment Plant Backwash Recycle Upgrade The project will replace the unlined backwash recycle pond with new lined recycle ponds. Huibregtse, Louman Associates developed a preliminary design recommendation and report to submit to the Department of Health for approval. The project was submitted and selected for a 2011 Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) loan. Project design is expected to be completed in the 4th Quarter 2012, with construction beginning 1 Quarter 2013. • Project completion date: 4 Quarter 2013. Automated Metering Infrastructure Internal discussions began in January 2010 to determine the future direction for meter reading. Inter - agency agreement approved by Council to coordinate efforts between Yakima, Selah and Nob Hill. Gray and Osborne (consultant) provided an initial report to outline current technologies and potential costs associated with the various options. A final summary report was also provided, outlining recommendations for Yakima, Selah and Nob Hill. Yakima worked with two vendors to install pilot systems (20 meters each near YVCC). A $5 million PWTF loan has been approved. Gray and Osborne will assist in developing a Request for Proposal (RFP). Once proposal are submitted, a vendor will be chosen and the new system will be installed. ♦ Project completion date: 4 Quarter 2013. Wastewater Division Capital Improvements Projects Second Phase of the Speedway Race Street Interceptor 6 The Engineering Division is finishing up the design of the remainder of the Speedway Interceptor that will eliminate Race and Beech Street Lift Stations and extend a 36 inch sewer main to the sewer main at 8 Street and Beech at the Washington Middle School. The exact route is being planned and will be determined by the ability to get a Franchise from the Washington State Dept. of Transportation (WSDOT) along I -82. The franchise has been approved by WSDOT. The design is nearly complete with bids expected to go out early in 2012 with construction being complete in July 2012. ♦ Projected project completion date: 3 1-d Quarter FY2012. Wastewater Facility TMDL (Struvite) Project When constructed this project will begin reducing our nutrient concentrations in the wastewater effluent discharged to the Yakima River as required by the Department of Ecology. The construction includes the fabrication and installation of a reactor to harvest phosphorous and the installation of eight (8) mixers in the aeration basins to augment nutrient removal through the reactors. We received Ecology approval on 7/11/2011. The construction project to install the Struvite reactors is approximately 70% complete and is expected to be complete by July 2012. The mixers for installation in the Aeration Basins have been received. Design to install the mixers is complete. Installation of the mixers will be completed with the UASB/North End Power Distribution project. The mixer installation is scheduled for completion by July 2013. ♦ UASB Project award 2 " Quarter FY2012. ♦ Struvite Projected project completion: 3rd Quarter FY2012. ♦ Mixer installation Completion : 3rd Quarter FY 2013. Wastewater Facility, Collection System Plan Update & initial Stormwater Comp Plan The last Wastewater Facility Plan was completed in February 2004. This project will update the current facility plan by providing current information on the existing wastewater facility and collection system infrastructure, regulatory requirements, future loadings, operation and maintenance, future capital improvements, rate structure and revenue forecasting. With the adoption of the new Stormwater Regulations a comprehensive Stormwater system plan is needed and will be implemented along with the Wastewater Facility and Collection system plan update. Akel Engineering Group, Inc. was selected and has developed preliminary maps. Survey data collection was completed in October 2011 by HLA and City Staff Tom Coleman is updating the treatment plant facility plant with input from several on -going projects and studies along with the comprehensive sewer plan from Akel Engineering. ♦ Project completion date: 2nd Quarter FY2012. Levee set back Project and new Wastewater Outfall Staff continues to be involved in the Gap to Gap project for flood plain restoration which will include the Wastewater Treatment Plant to relocate or develop a new wastewater outfall. Alternatives will be evaluated to select a new outfall location. Currently the old Wastewater spray field is being evaluated as a riparian outfall. An engineering report for alternatives like this will be developed and submitted to Ecology for approval. A consultant, Ridolfi Inc., was selected to develop this floodplain restoration plan in September 2011. O Phase I Project completion date: 4 Quarter FY2013. The State Salmon Recovery Funding Board has awarded the City a $275,400 grant for completion of Phase I of the project. Boiler Replacement Project Project will replace existing boiler and add additional capacity for the Industrial Waste Reactor which is currently in design. Project will also improve gas and hot water piping systems to improve reliability and reduce maintenance of the system. Boilers have been procured. The contract to install these boilers and complete the associated upgrades for this project is being awarded to Shannon Industrial Contractors out of Coeur D'Alene, ID. Work scheduled to being in April 2012. ® Project completion date: 3rd Quarter FY2012. Industrial UASB Reactor and North End Power Distribution System Upjrade Project This project will allow the City to treat high BOD industrial waste streams, like we get from Del Monte, directly in the new UASB (Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket) reactor opening up additional capacity for other domestic waste streams. The UASB reactor will also generate additional methane gas for use in a future sludge dryer project which is anticipated to begin the preliminary engineering phase mid 2012. The project also included upgrading the power distribution system for the North end of the treatment plant to improve reliability and future expandability. Much of this electrical gear in this area was installed in the 1960's and has reached the end of its useful life. A similar project for the South end of the plant was completed in 2009. A new Industrial Waste Pump Station is included as part of this project to complete this part of the project to make room for the new North End Power Distribution Building. We are currently finalizing the design; this is scheduled to bid on May 8, 2012. ♦ Project Bid date: May 2012. ♦ Project completion date: 4 Quarter FY2013. Stormwater Capital Improvements Projects Yakima Underground Injection Control (UIC) / Water Quality Retrofits 8 This project will design and construct prototype Underground Injection Control (UIC) retrofits to the City's' existing 436 UIC facilities. The Department of Ecology is providing a grant of $280,000 for the development of different methods to retrofit existing facilities & structures. s Project completion date: 4 Quarter FY2014. PRIVATE PROJECTS (Current Listinji) Listing private developer projects shows the amount of private projects that are "on the books" and pending or under construction with some (not all shown) that go back several more years. These projects have all been approved since February 2008 and are either pending construction, under construction, started but not completed or recently completed. The projects, most recent at top, include: Project Name Project Address Permit Type 12 Unit Townhouse Apartments - 16 Ave. 1603 Perry St Eng- Site -Imp Castle Creek Phase 3 Water / Sewer 5200 W Nob Hill Blvd Eng- Site -Imp Noel Sewer 1001 S 1" St Eng -WW- Private Malibu Subdivision 402 S 66 Ave Eng- Site -Imp Noel Warehouse 1001 S 1st St. Eng- Site -Imp Yakima Air Terminal 2401 S 21st Ave #16 _ Eng -Storm Drng Eisenhower High School 611 S 44 Ave Eng- Site -Imp Panda Express 6560 W Nob Hill Blvd Eng- Site -Imp YVTech 1120 S 18 St Eng -Storm Drng New Gym for Discovery Lab 3107 Castlevale Road Eng- Site -Imp Taco Bell 230 S 72 Ave Eng- Site -Imp YVMH Hospice 1208 S 48 Ave Eng- Site -Imp Parking Lot — Farm Worker's Clinic 2205 W Lincoln Ave Eng- Site -Imp Spruce Street Phase 2 1302 E Spruce St Eng- Site -Imp United Builders Short Plat 2140 S 64 Ave Eng- Site -Imp Wellington Estates - Phase 3 Eng- Site -Imp YSD - Stanton Academy 802 River Rd. Eng- Site -Imp Terry Brown Sewer Extension 18th Ave., North of Fruitvale Eng -WW- Private United Builders Short Plat 2140 S 64 Ave Eng -Storm Drng Emmett Nulph 215 S 72 Ave Eng -Storm Drng 28 / Walnut Intersection & 30 Ave Drvwy 28 / Walnut Eng -Rdwy- Private Thomas Lally / Colleen Hurson 1506 S 36 Ave Eng- Site -Imp Masonic Temple 16 N 7 Ave Eng- Site -Imp HAPO Community Credit Union 6401 W Nob Hill Blvd. Eng- Site -Imp Columbia Reach Fire Loop 3107 River Rd. Eng -Wtr- Private Hops Extract - New Building 100 Block W. Lincoln Ave Eng- Site -Imp Traho Architects 14 & 16 N 7 Ave Eng -Storm Drng Central Valley Bank Addition 2205 S l St Eng -Storm Drng Goodspeed, Brad 2804 W Washington Ave Eng- Site -Imp Apple Valley Dental / Surgical 1009 S 44 Ave Eng- Site -Imp Frosty Pack Warehouse 2820 River Rd Eng- Site -Imp Vaughn Bay Construction 1402 E Beech St Eng- Site -Imp 9 Talcott Farms, Inc. 3800 Summitview Ave Eng- Site -Imp Sewer Extension on S. 14 Street S 14 St. / Burwell - Nob Hill Blvd Eng -WW- Private Above Ground Fuel Tanks 2202 S 1 St Eng -Storm Drng _ New Library 223 S 72 Ave _ Eng- Site -Imp _ YWCA Frontage Improvements 818 W Yakima Ave Eng- Site -Imp Lee Peterson Motors 410 S 1 St. Eng- Site -Imp Yakima Theatres 202 E Chestnut St. _ Eng- Site -Imp _ Raquel Rose Sewer 223 N 80 Ave Eng -WW- Private S. 14 Street Sewer Extension 816 S 14 St. _ Eng -WW- Private_ City of Yakima - Lincoln Avenue Drainage 302 N 1 St. Eng -Storm Drng Vaughn Bay Construction 1604 E Beech St Eng- Site -Imp AFFIRMATIVE ACTION GOALS & W/M/DBE PARTICIPATION W/M/DBE utilization has been included in the past but is not included with this report. The Engineering Division continues to request apparent low bidders of public works contracts to document their efforts to achieve the City of Yakima's goal of 10% MBE, WBE or DBE participation goal prior to contract award. However, changes in state law due to the passage of Initiative 200 prohibit certain practices by contracting agencies (i.e. the City) for the award of public works projects such as requiring W/M /DBE subcontracting. While some contractors have voluntarily reported such information in the past, we have not received any such reporting last year. Although we do not receive such information voluntarily, the City must still meet certain of these federal requirements and each contractor must comply with the Standard Specifications that are included on each City Public Works Contract. The City is responsible to: • Conduct pre - construction conferences during which EEO and City policies are discussed with the contractor. • Monitor on -site compliance with the EEO and City policies. • Ensure our contractors locate, qualify, and increase the skills of minority groups, women employees, and applicants for employment as required by City policies. • Ensure the preparation of required EEO and related reports. 10 Proj Proj. Lead Division Project Name /Location Description of Work Project Lead Impacted Cons. _.1 Notes Status /Schedule Type No. Divisions Start Date 4/4112 Engineering, Apollo Inc, Kennewick, is contractor; Storm Underpass on Lincoln; (MLK Jr Project paving April -2012; project restart late March; 1818 R/R Grade Separation, Phase II; Bob Desgrosellier / Water /Irrigation, Phase II, Main Drainage nearly complete; Bottom Seal complete; 1 CIP Phase II Engineering Lincoln Ave., 1st St. to 1st Ave. Blvd. late in '10), Front St. over Brett Sheffield Wastewater, PW, Project, 3/10 All bridges complete, final trim Underpass wall completion started; Lincoln (& MLK Jr Blvd.) Streets, IS pending weather for concrete work Fuel station reconstruction 50 %, 1818 R/R Grade Separation, Phase III; Underpass on MLK Jr Blvd. Engineering, Construction proposed starting Mid -2012; We will be ready to advertise for 2 CIP ,Phase Engineering Martin Luther King Jr Blvd., under railroad, Front Street Bob Desgrosellier / Water /Irrigation, Phase III, Main Design on hold at 95%, R/W is in hand; construction of the MLK Underpass III ( "B" St.) 1st St. to 1st Ave. over MLK Jr Blvd. Brett Sheffield Wastewater, PW, Project, 2012? Federal Senate earmark not likely; when the remainder of funding is secured; Streets, IS We're pursuing other funding avenues will be part of larger TIGER Grant submittal Fueling Station Addition @ 1st St. & Build a remote fueling station Engineering, Public Engineering / Bob Desgrosellier / Proposed at ARCO lot, 1st St. & Lincoln Avenue Construction of new fueling station is @ 50 %, 3 i CIP 2192 Public Works Lincoln for City -owned vehicles ?? Richard Wonner Works 9/2011 ? after Grade Separation construction. Tied to the Lincoln Avenue Underpass Project $100K was available ?? Purchase of YVT property and Strengthened shoring of west wall; Brett Sheffield / Project awarded to GM McClure of Yakima; 4 CIP 2153 Engineering YVT Barn & Museum Preservation preserve carbarn and museum Bob Desgrosellier Engineering 12/2009 CarBarn work 100% complete; finalizing closeout straightened south wall; buildings and site More work on YVT items with remaining funds Strip YVT Bridge and repaint; W 0 Douglas Trail Bridge Brett Sheffield / 5 CIP 2167 Engineering purchase some trailhead Engineering 8/17/2009 Bridge Restoration and repainting is complete Project is closing out. Restoration and Trailheads property & interpretive signs Bob Desgrosellier Engineering, Traffic Design is 90% complete; 6 CIP 2272 Engineering Nob Hill Blvd, 49th to 64th Avenues Widen roadway, add sewer & Brett Sheffield / Eng., Wastewater May 2012 We were successful in acquiring $2,4 M TIB funds HLA is completing design; water utilities Bob Desgrosellier of an estimated $3.2M project; R/W complete; should be bid in March 2217 Coolidge Ave. 80th to 88th #2217, Project to pave 28' asphalt Engineering, Traffic Brett Sheffield / Project award to TTC Construction, Yakima; Construction delayed, started in late April 2011, 7 CIP 2271 Engineering Coolidge Sewer #2271, ribbon, w/ curb & gutter; Bob Desgrosellier Eng., Wastewater April 2011 Work is 100% complete Construction now complete, closing out 2269 Coolidge Drainage #2269 includes sanitary sewer Engineering, Traffic, E. Nob Hill Blvd & Fair Avenue, Widen intersection all 4 legs; Brett Sheffield / Design only at this time beginning 6/2008; Design only; (Drainage system 8 CIP 2143 Engineering Improvements Wastewater, Design only Intersection Im p purchase r /way; new signal Randy Tabert Water /Irrigation Search for funding on -going for this intersection is included.) 16th Ave. & Washington Avenue Widen 16th to match V Mall Brett Sheffield / Engineering, Traffic, Bids were opened 4/12; TIB Grant: $1 1 Million; match is $300K REET 2; 9 CIP 2232 Engineering /° intersection reconstruction Blvd., replace signal Dan Ford Wastewater, Summer 2011 Granite Construction Co. is low bidder; Construction 100 complete; Water /Irrigation work is complete proceeding with closeout paperwork Capitol Theatre - Utilities 6/08; TRAHO is Architect; GC /CM Contractor Leone, Production Center Const. only at this time; Funded by 10 CIP 2231 Engineering New Production Center on 4th St. Facility Addition & Remodel Bob Desgrosellier / Engineering, Phase 2 start Keeble & Moen (Joint Venture); Project is 100 %, municipal bonds, PFDistrict & private donations from & Black Box Theatre (Production Center current) Michael Morales Capital Theatre 8/17/09 Placement of alley p ( ) y pavers was final work Theatre benefactors; Work is complete Multi -use ball fields: RCO grant $500K + local$, Little League / Softball Fields; 50% complete, Upper Kiwanis Park; (Little League / Softball); Doug Mayo / Maple Street parking project complete; 11 CIP 2212 Engineering Engineering, Parks 7/2010 suspended until Spring; Lighting; volleyball; Fair Ave & Maple Street lighting; volleyball, basketball; Brett Sheffield more parking & walking path planned Restroom, Playground Jungle -Gym & parking 30'x30' picnic shelter built by volunteers Roadway, Sidewalk (Pathway), This road section to be 3 lanes (14' travel lanes); 64th Avenue; Doug Mayo / late 2012 Funding is: $900K of STP & $200K of 12 CIP 2311 Engineering Nob Hill Blvd. to Tieton Drive Storm Drainage, Street Brett Sheffield Engineering, Streets or 2013 Wal -Mart mitigation; Design at 70% 7' sidewalk(s); storm drainage & street lighting; Lighting R/W starts after Environmental work is complete Reconstruct intersection, widen Only partially funded; part of $200K of Wal -Mart This intersection reconstruction and • Tieton Drive and 64th Avenue for additional lane on Tieton Doug Mayo / mitigation; Design started with 64th Avenue 13 CIP 2282 Engineering Engineering, Streets 2013 ? ? signal addition project is lacking Intersection Drive; add signal Brett Sheffield project in 2011 while funding is sought; R/Way & construction funding R /way needs to be identified 8" sanitary sewer Funded through Wastewater; work being done 14 CIP 2297 Engineering Willow, 20th to 24th Doug Mayo / Engineering, 2011 ? Survey and design started in- house; to determine easement and R/W needs; (Swan dropped, but is now back in) Brett Sheffield Wastewater (Additional easements for Swan needed) PROJECT IS ON STANDBY Energy efficiency upgrades at Doug Mayo / Engineering, Traffic, Design for this multi -year / multi -phase project 15 CIP None Engineering Energy Recovery Grant: PAL Center; SE Comm. Center Dan Ford / Water /Irrigation, i Summer /Fall 2010 complete; Lighting project complete; Street lighting 100% complete ARRA - funded & Public Works Joe Rosenlund Wastewater HVAC goes out to bid in late spring 16 LID N/A E ngineering Sanitary Sewer LID - Letters sent out upon Doug Mayo / Engineering ? ?? LID is in the investigative stage We received very little positive response Alpine Way, 68th to 71st Avenues neighborhood request Scott Schafer Wastewater Powerhouse / William 0 Douglas Connector of Powerhouse Path Work completes a 6 5 mile pathway loop; 17 CIP 2301 Engineering Trail Connector; to WODouglas Path & Doug Mayo / Engineering, Water, 2012 Survey & Design wrapping up; Funded by a Transportation Enhancement Grant of vicinity Willow Street Greenway Dana Kallevig Parks build this year $283,278 Proj Proj. Lead Division Project Name /Location Description of Work Project Lead Impacted Cons.. _..1 Notes Status /Schedule Type No. Divisions Start Date 4/4/12 Bid opening was on 10/25/11, Work at 78% The intersection only needs signal poles, mast arms & 64th Ave & Washington Avenue New traffic signal with current Doug Mayo / 18 CIP 2317 Engineering Engineering, Traffic Fall 2011 Construction suspended waiting for signal poles; a controller base, cabinet & controller added. Signal construction street alignment Randy Tabert funding from Wal -Mart mitigation Electrical conduits are in place. 2 ,. a , , . Engineering, Streets Residential units to be built through ONDS program(s) - 7 ONDS development; new Hines Development; N. 3rd St. & Archie Matthews / & Traffic Eng., Roadway, lighting & utilities to be constructed and Habitat for Humanity; 19 CIP 2312 :._. Engmeermg. t:= N 4th St vicinity of "S" Street street, water & lighting for new Doug Mayo Water /Irrigation, Late 2011 ? ? as a public project; Low Bidder is Artisan Inc., Underground work complete, _; >,y „ _;> ' residential units _ ;w x, , ,, -- - Wastewater waiting to finish surface work in spring ;'W., �. _ -> � �a ^; � `.m-} New rights of way, public Engineering, Streets 208 Acre privately owned site for development as a Designs: office "flex" business park, public & '` 1_- 0 0 - . Yakima Resources 1 utilities, roads, lighting, Michael Morales / & Traffic Eng., Revenue Development Area (RDA); residential development, facilities, recreational; gy 20 CIP 2295 . Engineering <y 2013? ? ? y. gip`- * Old Boise Cascade Sawmill Property signal(s), sidewalks, pathway, Doug Mayo Water /Irrigation, allows state designation of this project area H.W.Lochner providing planning, design, etc., design infrastructure Wastewater as a "LIFT" District; SIED $ in project as well; started, submitting for TIGER Grant °7'#kTA ;--1:44.' = East West Connector; "H" Street New rights of way, public Engineering, Streets TransAction Committee has had this on their project - `'e' `,- - , ', v" li Yakima County is project lead; they are moving "' 9 g, Michael Morales / & Traffic En listing for many years; Consultant (H.W Lochner) 21 CIP 2295 fx E ;_, alignment from Fruitvale Blvd to signal(s), utilit roads, htin Eng., 2013? ? ? ahead with preliminary design and W.,.- , =- Terrace Hts., through Yakima sidewalks, pathway, Doug Mayo Water /Irrigation, has been hired to create design alternatives and pre- y `r"';;s= `= 0' =*_ infras tructure initial environmental clearances environmental documents ; ' i.,= - : ,; - Resources property Wastewater ' - ° - -~ Design planning for future Engineering, Streets 22 CIP 2340 '_`EngineeringR° North 1st Street Corridor street renovation, designs and Michael Morales / &Traffic Eng., TBD 2010 SIED grant,provides $25K for planning Study documents completed in 2011, =, X,'NEW= °MV - Revitalization; "A" Street to 1 -82 utility upgrades Doug Mayo Water /Irrigation, the comprehensive project will be part of larger TIGER Grant submittal : ::;t:- ; 4 'tk- Wastewater °r-Y _ -t- :,..in.-:3V7 Engineering, Streets FMSIB Funding Grant of $639K for 2013 has been `_•>: Build new roadway section 23 CIP 2314 Engi 4 River Road, 6th to 16th Avenues matching with private Doug Mayo / & Traffic Eng., ? o awarded; Total project cost: $1 42M; Roadway, Design, R/V�/ay will begin in 2012; 2013. , 2, Bob Desgrosellier Water /Irrigation, lighting & utilities to be constructed as needed for Funding includes local developer match funds , development funds Wastewater development; .,K^ �- "'_ u - ="`d w Remove and replace sidewalk, Remove & replace sidewalks around perimeter of _•,'wEngi ` ber ;n County Courthouse Side Zais / Engineering / Spring /Summer Design by County staff; 24 CIP 2285 _ w _.- NE =- >=C MLK & N. 1st Street trees, add landscaping ed. lighting & Leita County Pub. Works 2012 block; place trees, twinkle lights, irrigation and ped it is expected to be bid in spring 2012 lights similar to east side of courthouse Pte .: 3 ' , Arlington Ave., (RID) - Complete & extend roadway Aside from neighbors wants /needs, - .,.Engmeeriri Doug Mayo / Engineering, Streets, Roadway Impr District Con 's has shown an interest to com lete the 25 CIP ? ? ?? °�4i._.: -. s: - Roadway Improvement District and storm drainage , ,, g don p ;s.= i Joe Rosenlund Wastewater ( financing is similar to an LID ) - NEW -- u : °= 53rd to 64th Avenues roadway to 64th CIP 2221 Wastewater Final Scada Tip Out Wastewater /Facility - Max Linden Wastewater /B &V 5/1/09 Project 2221, 2222, 2223 bid as one; -Bids Project is complete. 26 2222 DAFT Retrofit Continued SCADA and opened 4/14/09; Project has been completed 2223 Dystor Retrofit wastewater improvements - and is closed out. upgrades 27 CIP 2228 Wastewater Congdon Sewer Main Wastewater /Collection Sys Shelley Willson / Engineering/ Unknown Ryan Anderson Wastewater • 28 CIP 2234 Wastewater Neighborhood Wastewater Wastewater /Collection Sys Shelley Willson / Engineering/ Completed in 2011 Completed in 2011 improvements Ryan Anderson Wastewater 29 CIP 2264 Wastewater Speedway /Race street Interceptor Wastewater /Collection Sys Shelley Willson / WW /Eng. /PLSA 2012/2013 Design for the completion of the 36" sewer line Appraisal /ROW negotiation in process Ryan Anderson to Beach Street LS and demo LS Wastewater Sewer Collection and storm water Wastewater /Collection Sys Shelley Willson / Wastewater/ 30 comprehensive plan update and Strom Water System Ryan Anderson Akel Eng CIP 1911 development 10/1/2010 Completion in 2012 31 Wastewater WW Facility plan update Wastewater /Facility Ryan Anderson Wastewater/ Staff are updating portions where an engineer is not CIP 2268 Coleman Eng 6/1/2010 Completion in 2012 needed CIP ? ? ?? Wastewater Gas Evaluation and Install New Wastewater /Facility Dean Smith Wastewater/ Pharmer 12/1/2011 Boiler purchase has been completed. Contract Older Boilers are worn out and will be replaced. A Boilers Engineering for installation of boilers is being finalized. gas evaluation is being done to properly size new 32 boilers for future demand Expect completion in first half of 2012. New natural gas line has been installed. CIP 2306 Wastewater Power Distribution & Wastewater /Facility Dean Smith Wastewater/ Pharmer Early 2012 Design is about 95% complete. Scheduled to Engineering underway Scheduled to bid in Jan or 2305 Industrial Waste Digester (UASB Engineering advertise for bid April 9, job walk April 18 and Feb 2012 33 Reactor System) open bids on May 8t, 2012. CIP 3/3/06 Wastewater Security Lights and Gate for WWTP Wastewater /Facility Dean Smith Wastewater/ Connelly Early 2013 Lights have been installed. Fencing is nearly Project includes new gates and additional Plant 34 Engineering complete. Waiting for gates and actuators. lighting Proj Proj. Lead Division Project Name /Location Description of Work Project Lead Impacted Cons. _. Status /Schedule Notes Type No. Divisions Start Date 4/4/12 35 C IP 2256 Wastewater Struvite Reactor Wastewater /Facility Dean Smith Wastewater/ Pharmer 10/1/11 Construction is about 50% complete. Plant to This will remove Phosphorus from the WW effluent to Engineering begin start-up mid April. help meet future nutrient standards. CIP 2267 Wastewater A -Basin Mixers Magnesium Tank Wastewater /Facility Dean Smith Tom Coleman Early 2012 Pre - purchase of mixers has been completed. Will reduce Phosphorus from effluent. Relocate Installation of mixers to be completed with 36 UASB installation. Mixer equipment was received on site 3 -13 -2012. CIP 2267 Wastewater :NEW: Riparian Outfall Project Wastewater /Facility Ryan Anderson Wastewater late 2012 Developing contract with Ridolfi, Inc. to begin will be alternative discharge plan if Gap to Gap Levy 37 ?�;. _4-£., ._'. ,; s- ,,,,.,: z (,_, design of Phase I to be completed w/ SRFB Grant Setback goes through. Also will support compliance ' = '5 n: - with future TMDL requirements In Progress, lined canal under Hwy 12, completed study, work needed on diversion and areas of the HLA has completed report and recommendations for canal. Enlarged pipe from General System to Fruitvale multi -year piping project from 6th Ave. to 9th St. Refurbish the Fruitvale Canal, Water /Irrigation, Canal. City crews completed connection between 100% design complete. Working with other Divisions 38 CIP 2010 Water /Irrigation Fruitvale Canal Diversion and Wasteway on H Dave Brown / Streets, Stormwater, 2011/2012 General and Fruitvale systems near 16th and Jerome. and agencies on joint project (Wastewater Industrial St. Mike Shane Parks, DOT Yakima Repaired wood gates at Cowiche Creek. Point of Waste Line) Bid opening scheduled for Oct. 18, 2011 County, WDFW diversion change to Nelson Bridge applications Low bidder was Hurst Construction LLC at complete, submit to DOE in Jan 2011 Piping of canal $1,359,354 47 Engineer's Estimate was from N. 6th Ave. to N. 9th St. to be completed $1,698,791,94 Project is approx. 100% complete. 2011/12. Water facilities impacted by On -going coordination with Engineering projects, other improvements - DFI, Mike Shane / Water /Irrigation, sidewalk projects and misc. Transportation 39 CIP 2288 Water /Irrigation Misc. waterline improvements. Misc. sidewalk & transportation James Dean Streets, Eng. 2011 projects. Hines Addition waterline to be installed by Majority of work to be completed by in -house staff. projects. City crews in coordination with site contractor - Oct. 2011 HLA completed report for City and DOH on Design of new recycle lagoons; Dave Brown 2011 DWSRF Loan applied for and project chosen for Recycle lagoons and new electrical recommendations for design. Design Services 40 CIP 2259 Water /Irrigation service at the WTP new 800 amp electrical service; Mike Shane Water /Irrigation 2013 agreement signed with HLA and design is funding. Providing additional info. to DOH for final new generator Jeff Bond underway approval. Internal discussion began in January 2010 to Inter - agency agreement approved by Council, Selah determine next course of action. G & O and Nob Hill. Funding identified in 2011 budget to (consultant) provided study and recommendation Begin process of determining Dave Brown Water /Irrigation begin project. Mueller pilot project underway 3/1/11 41 CIP 2261 Water /Irrigation Automated Meter Reading method, materials, process for Mike Shane Wastewater 2009 for Yakima, Selah and Nob Hill. Report provided for approx. 4 weeks. Badger and Mueller meter pilot automated water meter reading James Dean Utility Billing recommendations specific to each agency project completed. G & 0 has completed a summary Installing two 20 unit pilot tests near YVCC. Pilot report. $5M PWTF loan approved, funds available program completed by two vendors. 3/12 - Beginning process to develop RFP for AMI system. June 2012. Working with G &O to develop RFP Design the water main Water /Irrigation HLA is consultant. Project design is 95% Project will be constructed as funding becomes 42 CIP 2262 Water /Irrigation Replace Main at I -82 and Viola replacement at 1-82 and Viola Mike Shane Wastewater Waiting funding complete. available. Irrigation System Replacement in the neighborhoods north of o Last phase /stage of the General 308 Irrigation System E. Yakima Ave.., south of E. F HLA is consultant. Project design 100%complete. 43 CIP 2287 Water /Irrigation General Irrigation St, east of S. 1st St. and west Mike Shane Water /Irrigation 2011/2012 Bid opening scheduled for Sept. 27, 2011 replacement. KRCI Inc. low bidder at $467,339.60 Phase 4 - Stage 2 of S. 10th St. Also, Pierce Ave. Wastewater, Streets Construction to be completed by April, 2012. Engineer's Estimate $512,213.39 Project is approx. between Lincoln Ave. to 100% complete. Summitview Ave. /,v S t 2012 Sealcoating Program: ,, Streetst= ,-; Streets, s.. .„ - None planned; We are waiting for Repair streets that sustained 44 CIP ,: ._ Joe Rosenlund Water /Irrigation 2012 (TBD) 2012 Chip - sealing NOT anticipated ,,zr=�,,�:,. ,,� review of winter damage before damage from winter conditions ,; ^NEW».` Wastewater, Traffic 7,4 determining larger repair projects COMPLETED PROJECTS