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12/04/2012 09 UASB and Electrical Improvements Project Agreement Amendment with Pharmer Engineering BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT Item No. For Meeting of: December 4, 2012 ITEM TITLE: Resolution authorizing amendment to the existing Professional Services Agreement with Pharmer Engineering for the Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB) Bioreactor and Electrical Improvements project. SUBMITTED BY: Scott Schafer, Wastewater Division Manager Dean Smith, Utility Project Manager CONTACT Dean Smith /249 -6814 PERSON /TELEPHONE: SUMMARY EXPLANATION: • The City is currently engaged through City Contract No. 2011 -43 with Pharmer Engineering (Pharmer) for the UASB design and Electrical Improvements at the Wastewater Treatment Plant in the amount of $2,168,548. Additional design items outside of the original scope and schedule were identified due to the complexity of the project. Such additions were determined necessary to improve the design and successful outcome of the project. There are two separate issues regarding this matter that need to be addressed. The first issue is a $92,000 cost over -run during design by Conley Engineering that should have been avoided by Pharmer and the City. Both take responsibility for not tracking and seeking prior approval. Wastewater has required Pharmer to cover half of the cost -over run; reducing the amount to $46,000. To restore public trust and accountability, Wastewater has set up provisions with its consultants to ensure such an event like this does not occur again on future projects. The second issue is the pre - approval request of $185,312 for anticipated engineering services identified during construction as a result of the complexity in the reuse of existing structures and the unforeseen existing conditions. The entire cost of the project still remains within budget. Attached is a letter dated October 9, 2012 from Pharmer Engineering requesting contract adjustment details and justification. The letter also explains the reduction in the cost over- run amount and provisions to prevent future cost over -runs from occurring. The revised "Exhibit A" of this Agreement indicates the amendment in the amount not to exceed $231,312. Exhibit B increases from $2,168,548 to $2,399,860 to allow for the design cost over -run of $46,000 and the pre - approval request of $185,312 for anticipated engineering • services. Resolution X Ordinance Other (specify) Contract: Mail to: Contract Term: Amount: $231,312 Expiration Date: Insurance Required? No Funding Wastewater Facility Project Fund 478 Phone: Source: APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL: City Manager STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff respectfully requests City Council approve the resolution authorizing the City Manager to amend the existing contract. BOARD /COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: ATTACHMENTS: Click to download ❑ Revised Pharmer Resolution ❑ Revised Pharmer Exhibit A 11 -19 -12 ❑ Revised Oct 9, 2012 Pharmer Letter with Exhibit B 0 • RESOLUTION NO. R -2012- A RESOLUTION authorizing the City Manager to amend the City's current Professional Services Agreement with Pharmer Engineering (City Contract No. 2011- 43) in the amount not to exceed $231,312 to include additional design development and engineering services during the construction phase of the UASB and Electrical Improvements project. WHEREAS, the City of Yakima owns and operates wastewater collection and treatment facilities in accord with applicable Federal, State and Local regulations; and WHEREAS, mandatory planning, coordination, process analysis and implementation is required to address regulatory requirements, and WHEREAS, professional wastewater engineering services are required for environmental mandates, community growth, replacement needs, and operational efficiencies; and WHEREAS, development and implementation along with other assistance will be required to comply with mandated requirements; and WHEREAS, the City is currently engaged through City Contract No. 2011 -43 with Pharmer Engineering for the UASB design and Electrical Improvements at the Wastewater Treatment Plant in the amount of $2,168,548; and WHEREAS, additional design items outside of the original scope and schedule for the UASB and Electrical Improvements project were identified due to the complexity of the project in the reuse of existing structures and the unforeseen existing conditions.; and WHEREAS, such additions were determined necessary to improve the design and successful outcome of the project; and WHEREAS, Pharmer Engineering can provide these additional engineering services and will agree to do so for an additional cost not to exceed $231,312; and WHEREAS, the City finds the amendment to the current contract with Pharmer Engineering necessary to successfully complete the project, which amendment is set forth as "Exhibit A" to the existing contract with Pharmer Engineering, and which amendment is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference; now therefore; BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF YAKIMA: That the amendment attached hereto and denoted as Exhibit "B" to City Contract No. 2011 -43 by and between the City of Yakima and Pharmer Engineering, is hereby approved, and the City Manager is hereby authorized to administer such agreement, as amended, and to append the attached "Exhibit A" to City Contract No. 2011 -43 with Pharmer Engineering. Such amendment increases compensation payable under the agreement in the amount not to exceed Two Hundred Thirty One Thousand Three Hundred Twelve Dollars ($231,312), to provide additional design development and engineering services during the construction phase of the UASB and Electrical Improvements project. • ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL this 20 day of November, 2012. ATTEST: Micah Cawley, Mayor Sonya Claar -Tee, City Clerk 0 0 Exhibit "A" City of Yakima Wastewater Treatment Consulting services North End Power and Industrial Pretreatment Amendment No. 2 SCOPE OF WORK Additional Services During Construction and Electrical Design Effort Design Budget Increase: Additional electrical engineering were required as a result of the Industrial pump station relocation and other UASB design changes just prior to bidding. The changes included in this Amendment cover these required efforts. Engineering Services During Construction (SDC): Additional budget for additional efforts required to support the construction project. The increase includes additional non- resident service by both Conley Engineering and Pharmer Engineering and roughly doubles the amount of time the resident project representative (RPR) is on -site. BASIC SERVICES - Include final design, bidding -phase services and construction management associated with wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) improvements identified in the 2004 Wastewater Facility Plan and Amendments for Power Distribution Upgrades on the North side of the Plant and the installation of an Industrial Waste Anaerobic process • Fee. Compensation for the additional work identified in this Amendment No. 2 shall follow the specific conditions stated in City Contract No. 2011 -43 and the total cost of all additional work described herein shall not exceed Two Hundred Thirty -one Thousand, Three Hundred Twelve dollars ($231,312.00) as specified in Table 1, below. The cost total shall be an aggregate of levels of effort which may vary between individual items compared to projected levels of effort. Exhibit A, Table 1 Additional Fee for Addendum Scope of Services Pharmer Engineering Conley Engineering Direct Labor Direct Labor Total Task 1— Design Budget Increase Design Services $0 $46,000 $46,000 Task 2 — Engineering Services - During Construction Non - Resident Engineering Services $45,000 $48,000 $93,000 Resident Engineering Services $92.312 $0 $92.312 • Total (Task 1 and 2) $137,312 $94,000 $231,312 1 CITY OF YAKIMA PHARMER ENGINEERING 0 • By: By: Tony O'Rourke, City Manager Robert D. Pharmer, President Date: Date: ATTEST: Sonya Claar -Tee, City Clerk City Contract No. 2011 -43 City Resolution No. 0 2 PHARMER 1 ENGINEERING 1998 W. Judith Lane Boise, Idaho 83705 Phone (208) 433 -1900 October 9, 2012 (Rev 10/25/2012) Fax (208) 433 - 1901 www.pharmereng.com Mr. Scott Schafer and Mr. Dean Smith, P.E. Yakima Regional WWTP 2220 East Viola Yakima, Washington 98901 Subject: UASB and Electrical Improvements - Engineering Contract Adjustment Follow -up to original letter dated June 15, 2012 Dear Scott and Dean: This letter addresses issues related to our June 15, 2012 Contract Adjustment Request. That letter requested a budget increase based on a design over -run as well as a budget increase on engineering services during construction. If acceptable, we would like the City to consider those two as separate issues. As such, we discuss them separately below. 1111 Item 1: Design Budget Increase Request. This item was related to a cost over -run during design by Conley Engineering that we were proposing to pass through to the City without a markup. As you know, the majority of the electrical and instrumentation design efforts are completed at the very end of the design process which is often an intense and rigorous time. Because of that, the effect on Conley's budget related to the expanded scope of work was difficult to assess until the work was complete. As it turned out, the additional work completed did have a significant effect on Conley's budget. In contrast, the additional scope of work from Pharmer's portion of the design was easier to accommodate because we had more time assess the situation. For this reason, we requested an increase in budget to come closer to keeping Conley Engineering whole but nothing for Pharmer. In this matter, we sincerely apologize for not bringing this cost over -run to your attention until after the design was completed. While difficult to assess for some technical areas such as electrical design, we should have had processes in -place to manage the budget/progress /scope as a whole. If we had, we may have been able to request additional fee for the additional services at an earlier date. In the future with the construction portion of this specific project as well as any future work with the City of Yakima, we will take the following steps with our subconsultants to manage budgets: • Scope Creep / Out of Scope Work: We will stay familiar with our scope of work. When additional work is requested such as new areas of work or re- designs, we will notify the City's project manager of the situation. At that time, the City can choose whether or not to move forward with additional work with a proposed fee. • • Schedule /budget tracking. Each month during invoicing periods, we will ask our subconsultants to respond to a cost loaded progress schedule update. In doing so, they will be forced to assess Mr. Scott Schafer and Mr. Dean Smith October 9, 2012 (rev 10/25/2012) Page 2 where they are with their budgets related to progress. Subconsultants will not be allowed a cost increase unless notifying ahead of time and getting prior approval from the City. Our June 15, 2012 letter requested an additional $92,000 for the design fee over -run. Because of our late submission and based on further discussions with you, we would like to share more of the burden and are revising that request to half of that or $46,000. We understand that agreeing to pay all or part of this is entirely the City's prerogative. Item 2: Engineering Services During Construction (SDC). Our June 15 letter requested additional budget for what we expect would be additional efforts required to support the construction project. The increase included additional non - resident service by both Conley and Pharmer and roughly doubling the amount of time we have resident project representative (RPR) on -site. Those numbers are documented in detail within the June 15 letter packet. Summary of Requested Changes. The total cost increase request is as follows: • Item 1: Design Over -Run. Conley (increase with no markup) $46,000 • Item 2: Engineering Services During Construction o Pharmer Non - Resident Services $45,000 o Conley Non - Resident Services (no markup) $48,000 o RPR (increase from 8 to 18 months) $92,312 o Total Addition, SDC $185,312 • Total Contract Increase, Item 1 + Item 2 (if both are approved) $231,312 We have sincerely appreciated the chance to work with you and all the staff at Yakima. If there is need for further discussion please call so we can discuss by phone or in person. Thank you for considering this request. Best Regards, 11111 Robert D. Pharmer Dan Barbeau President Principal, Project Manager Attachments: Revised Attachment B June letter June 15 letter with attachment cc: Pat Conley, Conley Engineering Project File 10297 ■ • EXHIBIT B Pharmer Engineering -Level of Effort Breakdown Estimates, on Time and Expense Contract Wastewater Treatment Consulting Services October 2012 City of Yakima, Washington Task Phanner Engineering Subeonsultants Comments Bob Dan Carl Jr. Engin• Senior Admin RPR Phanner MINOR SUB ESTIMATES Misc. • Pharmer, Barbeeµ Mpwep, mils) Designer Labor CONLEY HVAC ARCH 5TRU SURV GEO OTHER Total Subs Total Labor OOCe and Task Tot. P.E 110) P.E. (101 P.E. ENGINEERING Plus 10% and Subs Travel (ID. WA) INC. 5160 3150 3150 3105 $120 365 585 Hours - Now. Hours Hours tours Hours Hoses 1 Design Services ' , A North End Power Dbtnbutinn $551.606 1 Predesign 20 40 20 511,300 1213,290 33.000 0.00 32000 55000 5240.919 1260,219 $2,000 2 Detailed Design 340,140 $247,990 5342.639 3386,475 $1,000 Tarp Wuxi hem 00uh End 2 '5 4 _ Demolish ensting equipment 2 4 0 Design New service dbbibutln and sv3b:hgear 2 4 0 ' Design now B00 kW generator and ancillaries 2 40 00 40 12.00 34.00 52500 Deagn new lead a,cuib to ex.bng buildings 2 4 0 Existing equipment and building nodpicalbm 2 60 40 00 501.00 310000 313 OM 15,000 , Boiler Budding, Elesbiel Upgrade Only 0 4 0 B Industrial Wastewater Preliminary Design 1 Predesign 154,350 $1,140 50054 3103.304 5105,104 On alb workshops 32 32 . 32,000 . Unit process evaluations 50 100 40 120 40 Pilot testing end site visit 0 30 0 50 Daft report 20 30 6 60 60 20 2 Detailed Design 3360,165 113,360 On Site Visits 120 120 20 40 {140,686 $60/,161 5610,851 56,000 Oared Ellsvn0 6 ifi 80 120 40 4 Chit Design 12 60 25 180 250 4 . - Deabohnkal and Survey 2 4 4 3 54050 3121100 Process Mechanical 100 130 20 325 250 4 015131,40191 6 16 20 00 4 $10.00 • Sbucbnal 16 16 40 W 4 525000 Mecharocal NVAC 16 20 W 4 310000 , Electrical and l60 4 30 60 60 4 Spe000tens ' 40 40 200 4 C Change Order Increase, no Runner markup 1 Multiple Re ns (Reduced from 152,0001,140.0001001 2012 10 $45,000 546,000 $46,000 • 2 Bidding Support Services - A North End Power Distribution 4 20 • a 20 20 20 510,640 119,605 321.570 532,210 37.250 139,410 25 Man sets 25d one trlp ' B. Industrial Wvtesraler 20 25 20 BO 20 40 021660 33,810 34.359 32),]31 37,250 {34,139 25 .tars soh and one OM 5 Services During Construction A. 1. North sad Power Obhibdon $15,420 unions 1239$87 1253.007 ,. 1264007 Offs0e services (Shop dryings, RF5.0.04, dardv5ana. eh) ODab RPR (periodic ebb by Conley only) • Specll Inspections Conorisslonong • Pro0ranning Startup 0 I 11,000 0854 Manuals • MM ---- RuoWDm.gs 1 0 40 B. 2. North End Power • Hint and PLC Pmganudng 50 6117,040 1128,744 3120.744 0129,794 C Industrial Wastewater Treatment Fealty 0517.620 313,201 5102,526 3420.146 1427.640 O0-spa services (Sine dryings, RFh,C.0s,daMotions, eta) 1W 160 370 160 0 0 $4,500 On-site non (lug Ems) I Months SA era 0 0 0 1,560 Spacial Impactions (not Indabd) . 2 0 V 3 Conenbalonong 0 40 40 3 Programing 0 16 24 ' 0 Stan • 20 40 20 20 330,000 33,001 O6M Manual 0 20 150 0 4 • Remrd Drawings 2 16 40 170 D Charge Order Increase 1137.312 148,003 3105.312 $113,312 ■ Phemar non . $45,000 • Pharmr Resided. increase horn In 10 months of tabor $92,312 Conley Services with no Phamer Markup 048.000 4 Project Management 0 40 0 0 40 0 11,100 S0 30,600 17,250 115.050 ':i "'3l"'µ- 1r.5;'sP3?Ye'+sQi :eP -' '- si`v':la.° =nF'z' " u; `, ✓ "414V-114.41 h , 'tSC* dt: 's&+t &R';"- 'Ft ^,;'C; ":s5 y:3''R_'..a ,, x .wi , J x" _ _ =-'+F 5 +- - orip�tal camrap2Ak15 ^' '.,i. .:4 54.;3, , 4,41 � "".a."i teit , ' , �. FA.. 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'� . � - :- 3:.� ..3a � ..- .i� .. _ = .._ .._ _ . , v..+ _ c .. nom_ n - ...s � �.s, e. a�>. �,. v 2 " . . _ - ..ra.�..`€' � c'. • tr l PHARM;E:R ® I t: ENGINEERING G 1998 W. Judith Lane Boise, Idaho 83705 Phone (208) 433 -1900 Fax (208) 433 -1901 www.pharmereng.com June 15, 2012 Mr. Dean Smith, P.E. Yakima Regional WWTP 2220 East Viola Yakima, Washington 98901 Subject: UASB and Electrical Improvements - Engineering Contract Adjustment Dear Dean: Per our recent conversations, this letter requests an increase in our contract amount for the design engineering as well as the engineering services during construction. The scope of changes include design over -runs as well as proportionate increases in engineering services during construction. The following explains efforts in each area. Design Budget Increase Request. The project scope and complexity increased throughout the design. Conley Engineering provided a high quality design on scope of work that expanded and so their budget effort was severely impacted. They have produced a letter detailing the situation dated June 4 which is attached to this letter. They are requesting budget increase of $92,000 cover only a portion of their project overrun. Pharmer Engineering would like to pass through this cost without a markup to help alleviate budget constraints. The Pharmer effort was about as estimated so there is no need for an increase for our direct services. Engineering Services During Construction (SDC). We expect that the scope and complexity changes to also be seen in our SDC portion of work. For non - resident labor, Conley is requesting an additional $48,000. Per our discussions with you, this increase will also be without a markup. Pharmer would like to request an additional of $45,000 to accommodate more non - resident services effort during construction. The final items is a requested increase for the resident project representative (RPR). Because the successful bidder is —$2.5 million less than the second place bidder and because of unfamiliarity with the successful bidder, we would like to extend the budget for on -site RPR The contract basis is for 8 months of on -site time with an original budget breakout for this portion of work was $132,600. We would like to increase the budget to allow the RPR to be on -site up to 18 months. Based on 40 hour work weeks and the personnel we have identified for this work, we expect we will need an additional $90,312. We may not need this much on -site time but we would like to have budget to accommodate should it be necessary. Mr, Dean Smith, P.E. June 15, 2012 Pa Ih mary of Requested Changes. The total cost increase request is as follows: ('� V • Design. Conley (increase with no markup) $92,000 • Engineering Services During Construction o Pharmer Non - Resident Services $45,000 o Conley Non - Resident Services (no markup) $48,000 o RPR (increase from 8 to 18 months) $92,312 o .. Total Addition, SDC $185,312 • Total Contract Increase $277,312 We appreciate the opportunity to work with you on this project. Please call if there is need for further discussion. Best Regards, Dan Barbeau • Attachments: Letter from Conley Engineering (June 4, 2012) cc: Bob Pharmer, Pharmer Engineering Pat Conley, Conley Engineering Project File 10297 Conley Engineering, Inc. Q Consulting Electrical Engineers O MEMORANDUM June 4, 2012 To: Dean Smith City of Yakima From: Nathanael Palmatier Re: Request for Increase in the Electrical Construction and Design Budget City of Yakima — Waste Water Treatment Facility Upgrade — PHEI 1101 During the course of design, the project scope increased and became more complex due to reuse of existing structures and unforeseen existing conditions, both of which increased the overall design and construction scope. We proceeded with the design despite not requesting funding beforehand because it was difficult to estimate the increased complexity and, in our judgment, the design work was necessary for a successful project execution by a contractor. We would like to request some additional compensation for a portion of the design work and construction administration corresponding to the additional effort. We have discussed this with Dan Barbeau at Pharmer Engineering prior to forwarding this request to you. Our original budget for the design work was $569,513 and we have spent $690,762. We are requesting $92,000 to partially offset the difference between these amounts of $121,249. Our original construction administration budget for the project was $248,271 and we are requesting an additional $48,000 to offset the expected increase in work effort for construction administration due to the longer duration of the project and difficulties of existing conditions. We are not requesting any additional budget for the programming work. ' The added work effort was largely tied to the following: NORTH ELECTRICAL BUILDING The design cost for the North Electrical Building (NEB) was estimated as a new building construction with no impact from the existing primary distribution system. The City elected to reuse an existing structure for construction cost benefits which, because of the nearby existing power distribution equipment, required designing a sequenced construction arrangement. That location increased the complexity of the design effort because of the proximity to buried medium voltage (12,470 Volts) power lines. The duration of construction will increase because of a phased sequence of construction needed to work around the existing power distribution equipment. The increased duration will also increase the construction administration costs due to more onsite observations, RFIs, changes, construction drawings, and similar. C2 WATER BUILDING (FORMERLY CHLORINATION BUILDING) Our assumption for the C2 Water Building was to replace the existing equipment in place with similar functionality. It was later determined that the City would benefit from adjustable speed IlshermanlS- datalJOBSIPHE1111011memo -NGP- 120601 - Electrical Construction and Design Budget Request forincrease.docx 411 P 0 Box 8326, Yakima, WA 98908 • 1433 Lakeside Court, Suite 100, Yakima, WA 98902 Voice: 509- 965 -9872 • Fax: 509- 965 -9873 PHEI 01 - REQUEST FOR INCREASE IN THE ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN BUDGET <Z4 • ( imps but that decision made an in place upgrade of the existing electrical equipment less desirable. A new room was constructed from the existing building to accommodate the adjustable speed pumps in the C2 Water Building as well as the adjacent Trickling Filter Clarifier Effluent Pump Station and Trickling Filter De- gritter station. The consolidation of the existing motor control equipment for the adjacent process areas was needed because' electrical codes would otherwise require significantly more expensive equipment to replace the old equipment in their existing locations. INDUSTRIAL WASTE PUMP STATION The proposal was based upon building a pump station near the existing Industrial Waste Pump Station, which is where the NEB will be built. During the course of design, the lift station was changed from within the building to across Viola Avenue (from the plant) which required design of an additional control panel and temporary service and starter panels. • INFLUENT BUILDING Our assumption from the original proposal for the Influent building was to separate the motor control and power distribution from the Headworks /Screenings area to reduce the electrical requirements of the Influent Building. Because of imminent addition of secondary screens (in a future project) to the Influent Building, the advantages to the City of separating the Headworks /Screenings area from the Influent Building diminished. We therefore expended more work effort on the existing conditions of the existing Headworks /Screenings area than we had • originally anticipated. A separate room in the Influent Building was designed and provisions for the future secondary screenings additions were designed. UASB DESIGN Our assumptions for the process area for the UASB reactor was a much smaller building and less complex pumping arrangement consisting of a total of 40 horsepower of process load and 25 kVA of building and miscellaneous loading. The actual work (including future facilities) consists of nearly 300 horsepower of process load, 50 kVA of building loads, explosive gas detection, multiple instrumentation control loops, odor control, and air compressor rehabilitation. ADDITION COMPENSATION For the effort listed above, we would like to request a total of $140,000 to cover a portion of the increases in the effort for design and expected construction administration. The following is a summary of the additional work effort we are requesting: Design Construction Total North Electrical Building $20,000 $12,000 $32,000 C2 Water Building $20,000 $11,000 $31,000 Industrial Waste Pump Station $15,000 $ 3,000 $18,000 Influent Building $15,000 $10,000 $25,000 UASB Design $22,000 $12,000 $34,000 $92,000 $48,000 $140,000 cc: Dan Barbeau, Pharmer Engineering, Inc • Conley Engineering, Inc. Page 2 EXHIBIT B Pharmer Engineering - Level of Effort Breakdown Estimates, on Time and Expense Contract Q Wastewater Treatment Consulting Services r D City of Yakima, Washington V — ash Pharmer Engineering _ -- - — -- 5ubconsultanb — - _ -� Commenb Bob Don Carl Jr. Ens Senor Adman RPR Phafiner Pharmer, Barbeeu, HIpwelL eer(a) Designer MINOR SUB ESTIMATES P.E. (ID) PE 0 PE. Labor CONLEY NVAC ARCH STRU SURV GEO OTHER ER Total Subs Total Labor OOC°2 Task Totals ravl (ID, WA) ENGINEERING Plua 10% and Subs $160 3250 5150 3105 $120 363 385 INC. Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours 1 Des • nServices - -- _ A North End Pnw r ? e +D!etu!!^_.^. 8651,698 • 1 Prestos n 20 40 0 20 n . 111 300 9213.290 <000 000 C00 15p00 $248819 IrMgril 2 D etaile d Desl•n 0 —� MOD Tem• — Oemo3ahes • e• •moor 2 r '®' Deal.n New service dwlnbWbn and switch. ear 2 , Design new 500 kW.enerator and arnEaries 2 � 710 moues e000 00 � Designnewteedcues b eaistmgbuildups 2 4 0 0 0 0 00481.0. yment and bulb". modlikal0rrc 2 60 0 40 0 0 0 930000 SIu C00 510000 95000 -- - - a Boikr estewaor Electric-41U. , PrelhnInary esO 0 _�_ On MN =— Industrial Wastewater Prelbnkary Design P Os worksb• 32 de.n ©I —�, ' Unit • roses. evabatans 50 100 40 120 Pitt testl • and ode ants 8 "®. � �— . Drat resort 20 'M��' — '®' 2 Detailed Des . n 0n5de Vdb 120 120 20 40 Cerod Elements 6 � Civil Dem. n 12 Gea � -- k dakala Sin. 2 � ssgd9 112003 IIIII=IMMII Shushan' l 6 16 20 Om 0 it SOUCtval 16 16 40 _ na cl HC VA 0' , uu, � C Change Order Increase, no Pha � Elecheec I� 5• cle Electrical and th /A 4 _ i Kerns �_ rgmrer markup 11.1 1 MUlti • k Remo 39 MI 2 BbtlmO Support Services �- - -_-_ A North End Power Distributor 4 20 8 20 20 20 010,940 11908 321,570 930210 ®. 039.460 25 plan seta and one , • B. Industrial Wastewater 20 25 20 80 20 40 323,350 60890 94.389 527,739 37.250 334,985 25 Pan sob _ _and one , :• 3 Services During Construction 0. 1. North End Power Distribution ��— I 32 �l ®� O lSole services 510• d s,RPk 0.O rys .S clsnfcabona,elk IIIO� ��— On4deRPR •erbdcwn , Conk o S• cal bw•ecbers Om Comm 0 Pro, mmi . 0 0 Slap _ 0 • 0 0 — 51,000 EMMEN OBM Manuals I '0 'm' Resort! 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