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Res 16-43 Authorizing the Town Manger to enter into an agreement with BRW Architects for the design of a Fire Station TOWN OF WESTLAKE RESOLUTION NO. 16-43 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE TOWN MANAGER TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH BROWN REYNOLDS WATFORD ARCHITECTS TO PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FOR CONCEPT DESIGN OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE FIRE & EMS STATION AND AUTHORIZE TOWN MANAGER TO MAKE FUNDING CHANGES NOT TO EXCEED $25,000.00 ON THIS PROJECT. WHEREAS,the Town's current Fire/EMS services has been operating out of a temporary facility for the past 12 years and, WHEREAS, the town population growth in residential and commercial development has outpaced our fire station capabilities and, WHEREAS, the agreement with BRW would provide the staff with cost options for the new station and renderings of the exterior view of the proposed site which would give the firefighters a safer place to shelter during a severe weather event and, WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the passage of this resolution is in the best interest of the citizens of Westlake, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS: SECTION 1: That, all matters stated in the Recitals hereinabove are found to be true and correct and are incorporated herein by reference as if copied in their entirety. SECTION 2: That the Town of Westlake Town Council hereby approves the agreement with Brown Reynolds Watford Architects to provide professional services for concept design of the Town of Westlake Fire Station&EMS and authorize Town Manager to make funding changes not to exceed $25,000.00 on this project., attached as Exhibit "A. SECTION 3: If any portion of this Resolution shall, for any reason, be declared invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity shall not affect the remaining provisions hereof and the Council hereby determines that it would have adopted this Resolution without the invalid provision. Resolution 16-43 Page 1 of 2 SECTION 4: That this resolution shall become effective from and after its date of passage. PASSED AND APPROVED ON THIS 121h DAY OF DECEMBER 2016. ATTEST: Laura L. Wheat, Mayor Kelly Edwar,s, Town Secretary homas E. Brymer, To n Manager EST� O ...... fly APPROVED AS TO FORM: O • 4J , L. St nton Lowry own Attorney Resolution 16-43 Page 2 of 2 1vwf+ w YVLJI lar l —� ® TM Document B133 - 2014 Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Architect, Construction Manager as Constructor Edition AGREEMENT made as of the Twelfth day of December in the year Two Thousand Sixteen (In mords, indicate dm,, month and>>ear.) BETWEEN the Architect's client identified as the Owner: (Nance, legal status, address and other information) This document has important legal consequences. Town of Westlake Consultation with an attorney Thomas E.Brymer,Town Manager is encouraged with respect to 1301 Solana Boulevard,Building 4,Suite 4202 its completion or modification. Westlake.TX 76262 This document is intended to be and the Architect: used in conjunction with AIA (Nance, legal statits, address and other information) Documents A20111-2007, General Conditions of the Brown Reynolds Watford Architects.Inc. Contract for Construction; 3535 Travis Street, Suite 250 A133TM-2009 Standard Form of Dallas,TX 75204 Agreement Between Owner and Construction Manager as for the following Project: Constructor where the basis of (Name, location and detailed description) payment is the Cost of the Work Plus a Fee with a Guaranteed Architectural Design Services for the Town of Westlake Fire EMS Station No. 1 Maximum Price;and The Construction Manager(if known): A134T1"-2009 Standard Form of (Name, legal statits, address and other information) Agreement Between Owner and Construction Manager as To be determined at a later date. Constructor where the basis of payment is the Cost of the Work The Owner and Architect agree as follows. Plus a Fee without a Guaranteed Maximum Price. AIA Document A201 TM-2007 is adopted in this document by reference. Do not use with other general conditions unless this document is modified. 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User Notes: (1379158888) RES 16-43 TABLE OF ARTICLES 1 INITIAL INFORMATION 2 ARCHITECT'S RESPONSIBILITIES 3 SCOPE OF ARCHITECT'S BASIC SERVICES 4 ADDITIONAL SERVICES 5 OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITIES 6 COST OF THE WORK 7 COPYRIGHTS AND LICENSES 8 CLAIMS AND DISPUTES 9 TERMINATION OR SUSPENSION 10 MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS 11 COMPENSATION 12 SPECIAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS 13 SCOPE OF THE AGREEMENT ARTICLE 1 INITIAL INFORMATION § 1.1 This Agreement is based on the Initial Information set forth in this Section 1.1. (Note the disposition for the_follolving items by inserting the requested information or a statement such as "not applicable,""1117knoun7 at time of execution,"or "to be determined later by mutual agreement.") § 1.1.1 The Owner's program for the Project: (Identifj,documentation or state the maimer in uvhich the program ivill be developed.) The building program will be approximately 16,000 SF and similar to that developed in the previous design study prepared by BRW, including a fire station with a 4-bay drive through apparatus bay, and fire administration with a training/EOC room. Several potential alternates have been proposed,budget allowing.These may include a 3 story fire training stair tower(not for burning),a water feature in front of the building,and a fueling station. § 1.1.2 The Project's physical characteristics: (Ident�v or describe, if appropriate, size, location, dimeIW017s, or other pertinent il?&-mation,such as geotechnical reports;site, botmda»y and topographic strive)s;traffic and zrtilitp studies;availability of public and private utilities and services;legal description of the site;etc.) The site is a roughly triangular five acre site located at the Northwest corner of the intersection of Davis Blvd. and Dove Road in Westlake,TX. All required utilities are believed to exist today at the site perimeter except for the sanitary sewer line which is located on the opposite side of Dove Road. The Towle of Westlake has provided preliminary boundary and topographic survey information and a preliminary geotechnical report to BRW and will have this information updated and completed as required for the project scope. § 1.1.3 The Owner's budget for the Cost of the Work,as defined in Section 6.1: (Provide total and, if knoiru, a line item breakdou,'n.) The Construction Cost Limit shall not exceed six million.six hundred thousand($6,600,000.00)dollars AIA Document 13133-—2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA" Document is protected [nit. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIAO Document,or any portion of it,may result in 2 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software t at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) § 1.1.4 The Owner's anticipated design and construction schedule: .1 Design phase milestone dates,if any: Notice to Proceed with design is anticipated on December 15,2016 Based upon December 15 notice to proceed with Design,the following milestone dates shall be achieved by or before the dates noted,unless otherwise mutually agreed between Owner and Architect to adjust the proiect schedule: 100%Schematic Design:February 10,2017 100%Design Development:March 24,2017 50%Construction Documents:May 5,2017 100%Site Development Package(Early release for permit and bidding),and Progress CD's(for Initial GMP pricing only): May 19,2017 100%Construction Documents delivered:July 7,2017 .2 Commencement of construction: Notice to Proceed with construction is preliminarily anticipated to be in September 2017. .3 Substantial Completion date or milestone dates: Substantial completion:October 1,2018 .4 Other: §1.1.5 The Owner intends to retain a Construction Manager pursuant to the following agreement: (Indicate agreement type.) [ X ] AIA Document A133-2009,Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Construction Manager as Constructor where the basis of payment is the Cost of the Work Plus a Fee with a Guaranteed Maximum Price. [ ] AIA Document A134-2009,Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Construction Manager as Constructor where the basis of payment is the Cost of the Work Plus a Fee without a Guaranteed Maximum Price. § 1.1.6 The Owner's requirements for accelerated or fast-track scheduling or phased construction are set forth below: (List number and type of bid/procurement packages) For Early Site Development Package,reference Article 1.1.4.1. § 1.1.7 Other Project information: (Idents special characteristics or needs of the Project not provided elsewhere,such as the Owner's sustainable objective, if any, or historic preservation requirements.) Owner Provided Services The Owner shall furnish the services or building systems listed below, or authorize the Architect to furnish them as an Additional Service,when such services are required to complete the project. • Employ a Construction Manager at Risk(CMaR)to provide pre-construction cost estimating and scheduling services, in addition to constructing the building, o The CMaR shall provide pre-construction cost estimates at the following minimum phases:50%SD, 100%SD, 100%DD,and 50%CD phases. • Employ a testing lab to perform geotechnical investigations and recommendations as required for the proiect scope. 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User Notes: (1379158888) • Employ a registered surveyor to provide complete surveying services for topographic and boundary survey that includes all tree locations,species and sizes and utility locations,sizes and invert elevations as required for the completion of the proiect. • Request and submit any zoning changes. • Laboratory construction materials testing/inspections(during construction). • RDPiRC services for ICC-500 storm shelter implementation during construction(likely performed by the construction materials testing agency). • Third party plan reviews and field inspections as required by governing authorities,including energy reviews,structural reviews and storm shelter reviews. • Employ a qualified commissioning consultant to provide building mechanical and electrical commissioning services, including a commissioning specifications that the Architect will incorporate into the Proiect Manual,should such commissioningbe e required by the codes under which this facility will be designed. • Traffic studies and signalization design at the new median break and/or the street intersection . • Computer and telephone equipment selection and procurement. (Architect shall provide design 1 for electrical power and empty conduit as directed by the Owner and as determined through low voltage system design services as indicated) • Fire station radio,antenna and alerting systems selection and procurement(Architect shall provide electrical power and empty conduit as directed by the Owner and as determined through system design services as indicated). • Furniture,kitchen equipment,office equipment,fitness equipment,and fire equipment selection and procurement(BRW will include the kitchen hood and garage disposal in the construction scope,and will provide a generic furnishing plan) § 1.1.8 The Owner identifies the following mese representatives in accordance with Section 5.5: (List name, address and other information) Thomas E.Brymer Town Manager Town of Westlake 1301 Solana Boulevard,Building 4,Suite 4202 Westlake,TX 76262 Troy Meyer Director of Facilities&Recreation Town of Westlake 1301 Solana Boulevard,Building 4, Suite 4202 Westlake,TX 76262 § 1.1.9 The persons or entities,in addition to the Owner's representative,who are required to review the Architect's submittals to the Owner are as follows: (List name, address and other information) Troy Meyer Director of Facilities&Recreation Town of Westlake 1301 Solana Boulevard,Building 4, Suite 4202 Westlake,TX 76262 § 1.1.10 The Owner will retain the following consultants: (List name, legal statrts, address and other information) .1 Construction Manager: (The Construction Manager is identified on the cover page.If a Construction Manager has not been retained as of the date of this Agreement, state the anticipated date of retention.If the Architect is to assist the Owner in selecting the Construction Manager, complete Section 4.1.1) January 2017 AIA Document 6133TM—2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA® Document is protected Init. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA° Document,or any portion of it,may result in 4 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software t at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) .2 Cost Consultant(if in addition to the Construction Manager): (If a Cost Consultant is retained, appropriate references to the Cost Consultant should be inserted in Sections 3.3.6, 3.3.7, 3.4.2, 3.4.3, 3.5.4, 3.5.5, 5.4, 6.3, 6.3.1, 6.4 and 11.6) Not Applicable. .3 Land Surveyor: Graham Associates,Inc. 600 Six Flags Drive, Suite 500 Arlington,TX 76011 .4 Geotechnical Engineer: Terracon Consultants,Inc. 2501 East Loop 820 Fort Worth,TX 76118 .5 Giyil m .6—Other consultants: (List any other consultants retained b)>the Owner, such as a Project or Program Manager, or scheduling consultant) Commissioning Agent: To be determined as applicable to code requirements for third party commissioning for mechanical systems. § 1.1.11 The Architect identifies the following representative in accordance with Section 2.3: (List name, address and other information.) Gary DeVries,AIA,Principal Brown Revnolds Watford Architects,Inc. 3535 Travis Street, Suite 250 Dallas,TX 75204 § 1.1.12 The Architect will retain the consultants identified in Sections 1.1.12.1 and 1.1.12.2: (List name, legal status, address and other-information.) § 1.1.12.1 Consultants retained under Basic Services: .1 Structural Engineer: JQ Engineering Inc. 100 Glass Street, Suite 201 Dallas,TX 75207 .2 Meehanie-al.2 Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing Engineer: Reed, Wells,Benson&Company 12001 N.Central Expressway, Suite 1100 Dallas,TX 75243 AIA Document B133TM—2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA) Document is protected Init. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA® Document,or any portion of it,may result in rJ severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software t at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) .3 Civil Engineer: Pacheco Koch LLC 7557 Rambler Road, Suite 1400 Dallas,TX 75231 4 Landscape Architect: David McCaskill Design Group 620 E. Southlake Blvd. Southlake,TX 76092 § 1.1.12.2 Consultants retained under Additional Services: Information Technology/AudioVisual/Security Design: Wrightson,Johnson,Haddon&Williams,Inc. 3424 Midcourt Road, Suite 124 Carrollton,TX 75006 § 1.1.13 Other Initial Information on which the Agreement is based: Not Applicable. § 1.2 The Owner and Architect may rely on the Initial Information. Both parties,however,recognize that such information may materially change and,in that event,the Owner and the Architect shall appropriately adjust the schedule,the Architect's services and the Architect's compensation. ARTICLE 2 ARCHITECT'S RESPONSIBILITIES § 2.1 The Architect shall provide the professional services as set forth in this Agreement. SCOPE OF SERVICES Basic Services Basic Services shall include the following work: • Architectural Design of the site development and building,including up to two(2)color exterior renderings prepared in-house. • Interior Design,including a residential kitchen,with Type I commercial hood and grease trap as may be required by local code or Town preference,and interior/exterior signage. • Structural Engineering,including establishing structural design criteria,determining the type of primary structural frame and performing engineering design calculations. Foundations will be designed and detailed in accordance with the recommendations in a Geotechnical Report prepared specifically for this site(geotechnical report is provided by Town of Westlake). The basic foundation system is anticipated to be slab on ground level with spread footings. The primary framing structure is anticipated to be a steel framed structure with steel or light gauge truss framing for sloped roofs. Basic Services also includes a generator pad,dumpster pad and enclosure,monument sign foundation and a flat slab fueling station foundation if these elements are part of the project scope. Cold-formed metal framing shall be a performance specification for delegated design by the Contractor. Additional Services includes the structural design of a site retaining wall. • Mechanical,Electrical,and Plumbing Engineering,including: o Engineering planning for on-site utilities(within property lines), including natural gas and electrical service to building,and domestic and sanitary water services from inside the building to Civil engineering connection on site,and fire sprinkler water service from inside the building to 5'bei foundations. AIA Document B133TM—2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA° Document is protected Init. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA® Document,or any portion of it,may result in 6 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) o Heating,Ventilating,and Air Conditioning(HVAC) Systems. This proposal is based on using packaged rooftop mechanical units or split DX units or a combination of both with natural gas heat. Temperature control systems and a basic Energy Management System(if such is desired)will be a performance specifications for delegated design by the Contractor. Also includes fans for a Type 1 kitchen hood with fire suppression. The apparatus bays will have a source capture diesel vehicle exhaust removal system,or air cleaning system, in addition to the code minimum general exhaust. O Plumbing Systems: ■ Sanitary sewer waste drainage and vent system ■ Interior stoma water drainage system for flat roof areas ■ Natural gas piping and hook up to HVAC, central gas-fired domestic water heaters and plumbing equipment ■ Domestic hot and cold water supply pipingsystems ■ Plumbing fixtures ■ Kitchen grease trap and floor drains to a grease trap,and apparatus bay drains to a sand-oil separator,if desired or required by the Town. ■ . Owner will furnish extractor,SCBA and compressed air systems. O Fully Automatic Wet Sprinkler Fire Protection System using a performance specification for delegated design by the Contractor. Includes coordination of the fire main and sprinkler valve riser locations. O Electrical Systems: ■ General lighting systems ■ General power supply ystems ■ Emergency power generator ■ Fire alarm system. Delegated design by the Contractor with a written performance specification ■ Raceway and conductor system for voice and data,audio visual systems,and alerting and radio system. Civil Engineering • Civil Engineering,including: on-site dimension control,site paving,grading and drainage,water and sanitary sewer,and erosion control and SWPPP. Also includes off-site median opening for emergency vehicle use only along Davis Boulevard. • Storm Water Detention Plan:Design storm water detention facilities in accordance with standard criteria established by the Town. Construction plans and details will be prepared. Landscape and Irrigation • Landscape Architecture and Irrigation Design,including: landscaping planting plan,details,and specifications. Irrigation will be provided as a performance specification for delegated design by the installing contractor. One(1)colored landscape plan will be provided for use in public presentations, showing the then current design at a time as requested by Owner. • Research and compliance with all applicable governing authority requirements and standards • Compliance with TDLR TAS(Texas Accessibility Standards)requirements,including plan review and site inspection submittal and response to questions. The TDLR plan review and site inspection fees shall be a reimbursable expense. • Coordination of the project design with the Owner's design and construction standards and equipment/material preferences • Coordination of the proiect design and procedures with the Owner's consultants,including a Commissioning Consultant,if applicable. • Coordination with the Owner selected artist and incorporation of their art into the proiect design,if applicable. • One Construction Documents Package that anticipates one phase of construction. • Incorporation of Contractor's field changes into the Construction Documents to create Record Documents • Architect's attendance and brief presentation at up to six Town Council and Planning&Zoning meetings. Record Documents • Prepare final Record Documents based on project construction records of deviations from the contract documents and field conditions as maintained and provided by the Construction Manager. These drawings AIA Document 13133TM—2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA° Document is protected Init. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA° Document,or any portion of it,may result in 7 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software / at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) r will rely on the information provided by the Construction Manager and field verification is not included in this item. Additional Services Additional Services shall include the following work: • On-Site Utilities: Coordinate utility improvements to serve the proposed development.Utilities include gas,power,and phone.These improvements will be shown from existing public facilities located adjacent to the site to a point 5-feet outside the proposed building.The connection points will be coordinated with the MEP engineer. • Storm Water Quality Management Plan: Prepare a Storm Water Quality Management Plan(SWAMP), per Town of Westlake standards,including information regarding the site characteristics and water quality controls as well as instructions to Owner regarding maintenance,inspection,and renewal criteria. Includes (1)site visit at construction completion for visual observation of the permanent water quality controls for general compliance with the SWAMP and design. Annual inspection and renewal assistance and preparation is not included. • Easement Documents: Prepare up to two(2)separate instrument dedication documents for water,sanitary sewer,drawings and/or utility easements that may be required as a part of the development of the site. Includes dedication statements,survey exhibits,and metes and bounds descriptions for each easement,and coordination with Town staff for review and approval of each easement. (Note:it iseg nerally anticipated that an easement will be required to be dedicated for electrical utilities,and may be required for gas or other utilities depending upon final design.) This item excludes monumentation of easement corners. • TxDOT Median Design and Opening Permit for Davis Boulevard: Design the median opening and prepare a permit application and necessary documentation for submittal to TxDOT. • Topographic Survey Verification: Should the Owner's surveyor fail to provide adequate signed and sealed topographic and boundary survey,Pacheco Koch will perform an on the ground verification survey of the site.The survey will verify general grades and utilities,critical points and tie in locations and elevations, location of visible appurtenances and DIGTESS utility markers. • Traffic Signal Design:The A/E will design the traffic light in the median to TxDOT standard details. Includes meeting with TxDOT for coordination of requirements.This item excludes design of the traffic light at the intersection and special design requirements beyond TxDOT's standard details,should such be required by TxDOT.This item also excludes traffic signal and other traffic studies,should such be required by TxDOT. • Structural Slab Design(if recommended by the geotechnical survey and mutually agreed as the appropriate structural system for the foundation with the Owner and Construction Manager) • Structural Retaining Wall Design,as required by site layout and grading. • Structured Cabling,Audio-Visual,Security and Fire Department Systems: The following low-voltage systems will be incorporated in the Construction Documents,or packaged as a separate bid package(s)to be bid and contracted separately by the Town of Westlake or Construction Manager. o Structured Cabling ■ Designing a structured cabling(Tel/Data)system that will serve the facilities. ■ Coordinate fiber connectivity to the Town's network. ■ Locate and layout the Main Distribution Frame(MDF)room and the Intermediate Distribution Frame(IDF)room(s)to serve the facility. ■ Confirm the quantity,type and location of drops,sleeves,and cable trays throughout the facility. ■ Locate and identify wireless access point locations based on the Owner's required density ratio for all public spaces, and Owner's layout. ■ Exclusion:This work does not include design and specification of networking electronics,i.e., switches,routers,wireless access points,hubs,etc.or for telephone or computer hardware. These will be provided by the Owner. o Audio Visual System ■ Design the audio-visual systems and connectivity as part of the project. AV systems will be provided for the Fitness Room,Conference Room,Dayroom,and Lobby. ■ Provide conduit distribution requirements for the AV systems. ■ Provide functional one-line drawings showing interconnection of equipment. AIA Document B133TM—2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA° Document is protected [nit. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this Ale Document,or any portion of it,may result in 8 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) ■ Coordinate locations of controls. ■ Provide infrastructure,power,and HVAC requirements for each of the systems in this section. ■ Coordination of system components with architectural design. o Video Surveillance System/Motion Detectors ■ Meet with all appropriate parties to review the video surveillance requirements of the proiect. ■ Utilize this program to develop the systems designs to meet the goals and requirements of the program. ■ Includes the design of exterior camera surveillance and interior camera surveillance(at appropriate at designated sensitive points). ■ Identification,location and interconnection of cameras throughout the facility. ■ Design a complete system that will allow for monitoring of the cameras and recording of the images. ■ Exclusion:This work does not include"security consulting,"which is normally taken to include review of criminal activity in the proiect vicinity,security staffing studies,recommendations as to other policing functions,and threat assessment studies,etc. o Access Control and Intrusion Systems Design ■ Meet with Owner's staff or the development team's representatives to determine their security goals and assess their security program. ■ Develop an access control system based on the outcome of the Owner's goals and approved program. ■ Includes design of motion detectors,beam detection and similar intrusion system devices. ■ Develop systems to monitor and control the facility, coordinated with the architectural design elements. o Radio,Alerting and Antenna Systems Design Assistance • Through a design build effort with a vendor(s),design the conduit infrastructure associated with the radio/alerting/antenna system for the project. ■ Coordinate the infrastructure layout with the Town's preferred vendor for these system,the Owner and Architect for the integration of required system components into the architectural design,and coordinate them with the interior design. ■ Coordinate the power requirements of each of the systems listed in this section based on information provided by the Town's vendor. • Hose and Stair Tower Design: Complete architectural,structural and MEP design of a 3-story stair tower for training purposes. Includes design for a hosein hoist system,power,lighting,and floor drain. This item excludes HVAC design and bur tower use. o In the event that this tower should be so programmed,additional design for use of this tower as a cell antenna rental space including mounting mast(s)and additional infrastructure,can be provided as an Additional Service. • Water Feature Design,including design of the water feature to a construction budget ranging up to a maximum of$250,000. The water feature is anticipated to be of clay liner pond design with aeration feature(fountain or similar),and may include a weir to spill overflow water to storm drainage. Includes landscape planting design associated with the water feature. This item excludes on-site well water alterative water supply, but this mayprovided as an Additional Service. • Storm Shelter Design to meet ICC-500 design standards per the requirements of the 2015 International Building Code. This includes architectural,structural,and MEP design services. o Per preliminary determination from the Town of Westlake,we are including peer review as in-house review by registered design professionals associated with the project design. Should determination later be that peer review must be sourced to third party entities,then the peer review fees from third parties will be provided by Owner,or provided by Architect as a negotiated additional service. • Fueling Station Design: A/E team will work with a vendor to provide design and specifications based on Town standards for the complete system. Includes power,infrastructure,disconnect,and conduit for data as applicable. Excludes a vehicle canopy. • Traffic Signal Design: AIE team will coordinate requirements for the flashing yellow lights at the median cut in Davis and provide AIA Document B133TM—2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA® Document is protected Init. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA® Document,or any portion of it,may result in 9 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) construction documents for this work. These lights may be part of the construction manager's bid Package,or packaged to bid separately at Owner's option. Exclusions from Architect's Services The need for the below services are not anticipated at this time,however,the Architect could provide them as Additional Services,if required to complete the project or desired by the Owner. • Construction cost estimating • LEED,or other green building certification,registration and certification • Zoning_modifications • Traffic control studies or signalization design(other than infrastructure for power and empty conduit and control button located within the Fire Station for operation of the flashing lights at the new median break) • Environmental assessments or remediation • Energy modeling or utility bill estimates • Off-site utility and civil engineering • Trench safety design • Professional architectural renderings models • Preparation or assistance with the Construction Manager at Risk RFO,qualifications,evaluations, interviews or selection process • Preparation or assistance with multiple or fast track drawing/bid packages • Construction site observation visits beyond the number listed herein The design team has included the below number of Basic and Supplemental Services site observation visits during construction to become generally familiar with the progress and quality of the work completed. • Civil Engineer 6 times • Structural Engineer 3 times • MEP Engineer 4 times • Landscape Architect 2 times • Technical Systems Consultant 2 times § 2.2 The Architect shall perforin its services consistent with the professional skill and care ordinarily provided by architects practicing in the same or similar locality under the same or similar circumstances.The Architect shall perform its services as expeditiously as is consistent with such professional skill and care and the orderly progress of the Project. § 2.3 The Architect shall provide its services in conjunction with the services of a Construction Manager as described in the agreement identified in Section 1.1.5.The Architect shall not be responsible for actions taken by the Construction Manager. § 2.4 The Architect shall identify a representative authorized to act on behalf of the Architect with respect to the Project. § 2.5 Except with the Owner's knowledge and consent,the Architect shall not engage in any activity,or accept any employment,interest or contribution that would reasonably appear to compromise the Architect's professional judgment with respect to this Project. § 2.6 Insurance.The Architect shall maintain the following insurance for the duration of this Agreement. If any of the requirements set forth below exceed the types and limits the Architect normally maintains,the Owner shall reimburse the Architect for any additional cost as set forth in Section 11.8.3. § 2.6.1 Commercial General Liability with policy limits of not less than One Million($ 1,000,000)for each occurrence and Two Million($21000,000)in the aggregate for bodily injury and property damage. § 2.6.2 Automobile Liability covering vehicles owned by the Architect and non-owned vehicles used by the Architect with policy limits of not less than{ One Million($1,000,000)per claim and( One Million AIA Document B133TM—2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA® Document is protected Init. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA° Document,or any portion of it,may result in Ill severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) ($1,000,000)in the aggregate for bodily injury and property damage along with any other statutorily required automobile coverage. § 2.6.3 The Architect may achieve the required limits and coverage for Commercial General Liability and Automobile Liability through a combination of primary and excess liability insurance,provided such primary and excess insurance policies result in the same or greater coverage as those required under Sections 2.6.1 and 2.6.2. § 2.6.4 Workers'Compensation at statutory limits and Employers Liability with policy limits of not less than(S One Million($1,000,000). § 2.6.5 Professional Liability covering negligent acts,errors and omissions in the performance of professional services, with policy limits of not less than 4—One Million($1,000,000)per claim and�� iye Million ($5,000,000)in the aggregate. § 2.6.6 The Owner shall be named as an additional insured on the Architect's primary and excess insurance policies for Commercial General Liability and Automobile Liability. The additional insured coverage shall be primary and non-contributory to any of the Owner's insurance policies.The additional insured coverage shall apply to both ongoing operations and completed operations. § 2.6.7 The Architect shall provide to the Owner certificates of insurance,and the right to have a copy of the insurance policy, evidencing compliance with the requirements in this Section 2.6.The certificates will show the Owner named as additional insureds on the Commercial General Liability, Automobile Liability,and any excess policies. ARTICLE 3 SCOPE OF ARCHITECT'S BASIC SERVICES § 3.1 The Architect's Basic Services consist of those described in Article 3 and include usual and customary structural,mechanical,and electrical engineering services. Services not set forth in this Article 3 are Additional Services. § 3.1.1 The Architect shall manage the Architect's services, consult with the Owner and the Construction Manager, research applicable design criteria,attend Project meetings,communicate with members of the Project team and report progress to the Owner. § 3.1.2 The Architect shall coordinate its services with those services provided by the Owner,the Construction Manager,and the Owner's consultants.The Architect shall be entitled to rely on the accuracy and completeness of services and information famished by the Owner,the Construction Manager,and the Owner's consultants.The Architect shall provide prompt written notice to the Owner if the Architect becomes aware of any error,omission or inconsistency in such services or information. § 3.1.3 As soon as practicable after the date of this Agreement,the Architect shall submit to the Owner and the Construction Manager a schedule of the Architect's services for inclusion in the Project schedule prepared by the Construction Manager.The schedule of the Architect's services shall include design milestone dates,anticipated dates when cost estimates or design reviews may occur,and allowances for periods of time required(1)for the Owner's review,(2)for the Construction Manager's review,(3)for the performance of the Construction Manager's Preconstruction Phase services, (4)for the performance of the Owner's consultants,and(5)for approval of submissions by authorities having jurisdiction over the Project. § 3.1.4 The Architect shall submit information to the Construction Manager and participate in developing and revising the Project schedule as it relates to the Architect's services. The Architect shall review and approve, or take other appropriate action upon,the portion of the Project schedule relating to the performance of the Architect's services. §3.1.5 Once the Owner,Construction Manager,and Architect agree to the time limits established by the Project schedule,and the milestone dates listed in Article 1.1.4.1;the Owner and Architect shall not exceed them,except for reasonable cause. AIA Document 8133TM—2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA® Document is protected Init. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA® Document,or any portion of it,may result in 11 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) § 3.1.6 The Architect shall not be responsible for an Owner's directive or substitution.or for the Owner's acceptance of non-conforming work,made without the Architect's approval. § 3.1.7 The Architect shall,at appropriate times,in coordination with the Construction Manager,contact the governmental authorities required to approve the Construction Documents and the entities providing utility services to the Project. In designing the Project,the Architect shall respond to applicable design requirements imposed by such governmental authorities and by such entities providing utility services. § 3.1.8 The Architect shall assist the Owner and Construction Manager in connection with the Owner's responsibility for filing documents required for the approval of governmental authorities having jurisdiction over the Project. § 3.2 Evaluation of the Construction Manager's Guaranteed Maximum Price Proposal or Control Estimate § 3.2.1 Prior to the Owner's acceptance of the Guaranteed Maximum Price proposal or Control Estimate,as applicable,the Architect shall consider the Construction Manager's requests for substitutions and,upon written request of the Construction Manager,provide clarification or interpretations pertaining to the Drawings, Specifications,and other documents submitted by the Architect. The Architect and Construction Manager shall include the Owner on all communications related to substitution requests,clarifications,and interpretations. § 3.2.2 Du fang ene of the design phases,the^„mv.m4 - aBased upon the early release Site Development Package and progress construction documents,Owner will receive a Guaranteed Maximum price for the Early Site Development work,and an Initial Guaranteed Maximum Price proposal or Control re—,Estimate for the remaining work,as appropriate,from the Construction Manager.Based upon the 100%Construction Documents, the Construction Manager will provide a final Guaranteed Maximum Price.Refer to 1.1.4.1 for related project schedule information.The Architect shall assist the Owner in reviewing the Construction Manager's prepesel or- esti proposals or estimates.The Architect's review is not for the purpose of discovering errors,omissions,or inconsistencies;for the assumption of any responsibility for the Construction Manager's proposed means,methods, sequences,techniques,or procedures;or for the verification of any estimates of cost or estimated cost proposals. In the event that the Architect discovers any inconsistencies or inaccuracies in the information presented,the Architect shall promptly notify the Owner and Construction Manager. § 3.2.3 Upon authorization by the Owner,and subject to Section 4.3.1.15,the Architect shall update the Drawings, Specifications,and other documents to incorporate the agreed upon assumptions and clarifications contained in the Guaranteed Maximum Price Amendment or Control Estimate. § 3.3 Schematic Design Phase Services § 3.3.1 The Architect shall review the program and other information furnished by the Owner and Construction Manager,and shall review laws,codes,and regulations applicable to the Architect's services. § 3.3.2 The Architect shall prepare a preliminary evaluation of the Owner's program,schedule,budget for the Cost of the Work,Project site,and other Initial Information, each in terms of the other,to ascertain the requirements of the Project. The Architect shall notify the Owner of(1)any inconsistencies discovered in the information,and(2) other information or consulting services that may be reasonably needed for the Project. § 3.3.3 The Architect shall present its preliminary evaluation to the Owner and Construction Manager and shall discuss with the Owner and Construction Manager alternative approaches to design and construction of the Project, including the feasibility of incorporating sustainable design approaches,and consideration of the implementation of the Owner's sustainable objective, if any.The Architect shall reach an understanding with the Owner regarding the requirements of the Project. § 3.3.4 Based on the Project requirements agreed upon with the Owner,the Architect shall prepare and present to the Owner and Construction Manager,for the Owner's approval,a preliminary design illustrating the scale and relationship of the Project components. § 3.3.5 Based on the Owner's approval of the preliminary design,the Architect shall prepare Schematic Design Documents for the Owner's approval and the Construction Manager's review. The Schematic Design Documents shall consist of drawings and other documents including a site plan,if appropriate,and preliminary building plans, AIA Document B133TM—2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA® Document is protected Init. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA® Document,or any portion of it,may result in 12 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) sections and elevations;and may include some combination of study models,perspective sketches,or digital modeling.Preliminary selections of major building systems and construction materials shall be noted on the drawings or described in writing. § 3.3.5.1 The Architect shall consider sustainable design alternatives,such as material choices and building orientation,together with other considerations based on program and aesthetics,implications of sustainable code requirements enacted in the relevant jurisdiction,if any,in developing a design that is consistent with the Owner's program,schedule and budget for the Cost of the Work.The Owner may obtain other sustainable design services under Article 4. § 3.3.5.2 The Architect shall consider with the Owner and the Construction Manager the value of alternative materials, building systems and equipment,together with other considerations based on program and aesthetics in developing a design for the Project that is consistent with the Owner's schedule and budget for the Cost of the Work. § 3.3.6 The Architect shall submit the Schematic Design Documents to the Owner and the Construction Manager. The Architect shall meet with the Construction Manager to review the Schematic Design Documents. § 3.3.7 Upon receipt of the Construction Manager's review comments and cost estimate at the conclusion of the Schematic Design Phase,the Architect shall take action as required under Section 6.4,identify agreed upon adjustments to the Project's size,quality, or budget,and request the Owner's approval of the Schematic Design Documents.If revisions to the Schematic Design Documents are required to comply with the Owner's budget for the Cost of the Work at the conclusion of the Schematic Design Phase,the Architect shall incorporate the required revisions in the Design Development Phase. § 3.3.8 In the further development of the Drawings and Specifications during this and subsequent phases of design, the Architect shall be entitled to rely on the accuracy of the estimates of the Cost of the Work,which are to be provided by the Construction Manager under the Construction Manager's agreement with the Owner. § 3.4 Design Development Phase Services § 3.4.1 Based on the Owner's approval of the Schematic Design Documents,and on the Owner's authorization of any adjustments in the Project requirements and the budget for the Cost of the Work pursuant to Section 5.4,the Architect shall prepare Design Development Documents for the Owner's approval and Construction Manager's review. The Design Development Documents shall be based upon information provided,and estimates prepared by, the Construction Manager and shall illustrate and describe the development of the approved Schematic Design Documents and shall consist of drawings and other documents including plans, sections,elevations,typical construction details,and diagrammatic layouts of building systems to fix and describe the size and character of the Project as to architectural,structural,mechanical and electrical systems,and such other elements as may be appropriate.The Design Development Documents shall also include outline specifications that identify major materials and systems and establish in general their quality levels. § 3.4.2 Prior to the conclusion of the Design Development Phase,the Architect shall submit the Design Development Documents to the Owner and the Construction Manager.The Architect shall meet with the Construction Manager to review the Design Development Documents. § 3.4.3 Upon receipt of the Construction Manager's information and estimate at the conclusion of the Design Development Phase,the Architect shall take action as required under Sections 6.5 and 6.6 and request the Owner's approval of the Design Development Documents. § 3.5 Construction Documents Phase Services § 3.5.1 Based on the Owner's approval of the Design Development Documents,and on the Owner's authorization of any adjustments in the Project requirements and the budget for the Cost of the Work,the Architect shall prepare Construction Documents for the Owner's approval and the Construction Manager's review. The Construction Documents shall illustrate and describe the further development of the approved Design Development Documents and shall consist of Drawings and Specifications setting forth in detail the quality levels of materials and systems and other requirements for the construction of the Work. The Owner and Architect acknowledge that in order to construct the Work the Construction Manager will provide additional information,including Shop Drawings, AIA Document 121133TM—2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA° Document is protected Init. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA® Document,or any portion of it,may result in 13 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) Product Data, Samples and other similar submittals, which the Architect shall review in accordance with Section 3.6.4. § 3.5.2 The Architect shall incorporate into the Construction Documents the design requirements of governmental authorities having jurisdiction over the Project. § 3.5.3 During the development of the Construction Documents,if requested by the Owner,the Architect shall assist the Owner and Construction Manager in the development and preparation of(1)the Conditions of the Contract for Construction(General, Supplementary and other Conditions)and(2)a project manual that includes the Conditions of the Contract for Construction and Specifications and may include sample forms. § 3.5.4 Prior to the conclusion of the Construction Documents Phase,the Architect shall submit the Construction Documents to the Owner and the Construction Manager.The Architect shall meet with the Construction Manager to review the Construction Documents. § 3.5.5 Upon receipt of the Construction Manager's information and estimate at the conclusion of the Construction Documents Phase,the Architect shall take action as required under Section 6.7 and obtain the Owner's approval of the Construction Documents. § 3.6 Construction Phase Services § 3.6.1 General § 3.6.1.1 The Architect shall provide administration of the Contract between the Owner and the Construction Manager as set forth below and in AIA Document A201TM-2007,General Conditions of the Contract for Construction.If the Owner and Construction Manager modify AIA Document A201-2007,those modifications shall not affect the Architect's services under this Agreement unless the Owner and the Architect amend this Agreement. § 3.6.1.2 Subject to Section 4.3,the Architect's responsibility to provide Construction Phase Services commences upon the Owner's acceptance of the Construction Manager's Guaranteed Maximum Price proposal,the Owner's approval of the Construction Manager's Control Estimate,or the Owner's issuance of a Notice to Proceed to the Construction Manager. Subject to Section 4.3,the Architect's responsibility to provide Construction Phase Services terminates en the date the .Fehiteet issues the final Ce-tifie to c r-Da•m el'.thirty(30)days after the Substantial Completion date established in the original Contract for Construction.Services beyond this date shall be Additional Services compensated with a monthly lump sum fee equal to the Architect's construction phase services fee divided by the total number of months in the original Contract for Construction. § 3.6.1.3 The Architect shall advise and consult with the Owner and Construction Manager during the Construction Phase Services. The Architect shall have authority to act on behalf of the Owner only to the extent provided in this Agreement.The Architect shall not have control over,charge of,or responsibility for the construction means, methods,techniques,sequences or procedures,or for safety precautions and programs in connection with the Work, nor shall the Architect be responsible for the Construction Manager's failure to perform the Work in accordance with the requirements of the Contract Documents.The Architect shall be responsible for the Architect's negligent acts or omissions,but shall not have control over or charge of,and shall not be responsible for,acts or omissions of the Construction Manager or of any other persons or entities performing portions of the Work. § 3.6.2 Evaluations of the Work § 3.6.2.1 The Architect shall visit the site at intervals appropriate to the stage of construction,or as otherwise required in Section 4.3.3,to become generally familiar with the progress and quality of the portion of the Work completed,and to determine,in general,if the Work observed is being performed in a manner indicating that the Work,when fully completed,will be in accordance with the Contract Documents. However,the Architect shall not be required to make exhaustive or continuous on-site inspections to check the quality or quantity of the Work.On the basis of the site visits,the Architect shall keep the Owner reasonably informed about the progress and quality of the portion of the Work completed,and report to the Owner(1)known deviations from the Contract Documents and from the most recent construction schedule,and(2)defects and deficiencies observed in the Work. § 3.6.2.2 The Architect has the authority to reject Work that does not conform to the Contract Documents.Whenever the Architect considers it necessary or advisable,the Architect shall have the authority to require inspection or testing of the Work in accordance with the provisions of the Contract Documents,whether or not such Work is AIA Document B133TM—2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA° Document is protected Init. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA® Document,or any portion of it,may result in 14 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) fabricated,installed or completed.However,neither this authority of the Architect nor a decision made in good faith either to exercise or not to exercise such authority shall give rise to a duty or responsibility of the Architect to the Construction Manager, Subcontractors,material and equipment suppliers,their agents or employees or other persons or entities performing portions of the Work. § 3.6.2.3 The Architect shall interpret and decide matters concerning performance under,and requirements of,the Contract Documents on written request of either the Owner or Construction Manager. The Architect's response to such requests shall be made in writing within any time limits agreed upon or otherwise with reasonable promptness. § 3.6.2.4 Interpretations and decisions of the Architect shall be consistent with the intent of and reasonably inferable from the Contract Documents and shall be in writing or in the form of drawings.When making such interpretations and decisions,the Architect shall endeavor to secure faithful performance by both Owner and Construction Manager,shall not show partiality to either,and shall not be liable for results of interpretations or decisions rendered in good faith.The Architect's decisions on matters relating to aesthetic effect shall be final if consistent with the intent expressed in the Contract Documents. § 3.6.2.5 Unless the Owner and Construction Manager designate another person to serve as an Initial Decision Maker,as that term is defined in AIA Document A201-2007,the Architect shall render initial decisions on Claims between the Owner and Construction Manager as provided in the Contract Documents. § 3.6.3 Certificates for Payment to Construction Manager § 3.6.3.1 The Architect shall review and certify the amounts due the Construction Manager and shall issue certificates in such amounts.The Architect's certification for payment shall constitute a representation to the Owner, based on the Architect's evaluation of the Work as provided in Section 3.6.2 and on the data comprising the Construction Manager's Application for Payment,that,to the best of the Architect's knowledge, information and belief,the Work has progressed to the point indicated and that the quality of the Work is in accordance with the Contract Documents.The foregoing representations are subject(1)to an evaluation of the Work for conformance with the Contract Documents upon Substantial Completion,(2)to results of subsequent tests and inspections,(3)to correction of minor deviations from the Contract Documents prior to completion,and(4)to specific qualifications expressed by the Architect. § 3.6.3.2 The issuance of a Certificate for Payment shall not be a representation that the Architect has(1)made exhaustive or continuous on-site inspections to check the quality or quantity of the Work,(2)reviewed construction means,methods,techniques,sequences or procedures,(3)reviewed copies of requisitions received from Subcontractors and material suppliers and other data requested by the Owner to substantiate the Construction Manager's right to payment,or(4)ascertained how or for what purpose the Construction Manager has used money previously paid on account of the Contract Sum. § 3.6.3.3 The Architect shall maintain a record of the Applications and Certificates for Payment. § 3.6.4 Submittals § 3.6.4.1 The Architect shall review the Construction Manager's submittal schedule and shall not unreasonably delay or withhold approval.The Architect's action in reviewing submittals shall be taken in accordance with the approved submittal schedule or,in the absence of an approved submittal schedule,with reasonable promptness while allowing sufficient time in the Architect's professional judgment to permit adequate review. § 3.6.4.2 In accordance with the Architect-approved submittal schedule,the Architect shall review and approve or take other appropriate action upon the Construction Manager's submittals such as Shop Drawings,Product Data and Samples,but only for the limited purpose of checking for conformance with information given and the design concept expressed in the Contract Documents.Review of such submittals is not for the purpose of determining the accuracy and completeness of other information such as dimensions, quantities,and installation or performance of equipment or systems,which are the Construction Manager's responsibility. The Architect's review shall not constitute approval of safety precautions or,unless otherwise specifically stated by the Architect, of any construction means,methods,techniques,sequences or procedures. The Architect's approval of a specific item shall not indicate approval of an assembly of which the item is a component. AIA Document 13133TM—2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA° Document is protected Init. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA® Document,or any portion of it,may result in 15 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) § 3.6.4.3 If the Contract Documents specifically require the Construction Manager to provide professional design services or certifications by a design professional related to systems,materials or equipment,the Architect shall specify the appropriate performance and design criteria that such services must satisfy.The Architect shall review shop drawings and other submittals related to the Work designed or certified by the design professional retained by the Construction Manager that bear such professional's seal and signature when submitted to the Architect.The Architect shall be entitled to rely upon the adequacy,accuracy and completeness of the services, certifications and approvals performed or provided by such design professionals. § 3.6.4.4 Subject to the provisions of Section 4.3,the Architect shall review and respond to requests for information about the Contract Documents.The Architect shall set forth in the Contract Documents the requirements for requests for information.Requests for information shall include,at a minimum,a detailed written statement that indicates the specific Drawings or Specifications in need of clarification and the nature of the clarification requested.The Architect's response to such requests shall be made in writing within any time limits agreed upon,or otherwise with reasonable promptness.If appropriate,the Architect shall prepare and issue supplemental Drawings and Specifications in response to requests for information. § 3.6.4.5 The Architect shall maintain a record of submittals and copies of submittals supplied by the Construction Manager in accordance with the requirements of the Contract Documents. § 3.6.5 Changes in the Work § 3.6.5.1 The Architect may authorize minor changes in the Work that are consistent with the intent of the Contract Documents and do not involve an adjustment in the Contract Sum or an extension of the Contract Time. Subject to the provisions of Section 4.3,the Architect shall prepare Change Orders and Construction Change Directives for the Owner's approval and execution in accordance with the Contract Documents. § 3.6.5.2 The Architect shall maintain records relative to changes in the Work. § 3.6.6 Project Completion § 3.6.6.1 The Architect shall conduct inspections to determine the date or dates of Substantial Completion and the date of final completion;issue Certificates of Substantial Completion;receive from the Construction Manager and forward to the Owner,for the Owner's review and records,written warranties and related documents required by the Contract Documents and assembled by the Construction Manager;and issue a final Certificate for Payment based upon a final inspection indicating the Work complies with the requirements of the Contract Documents. § 3.6.6.2 The Architect's inspections shall be conducted with the Owner to check conformance of the Work with the requirements of the Contract Documents and to verify the accuracy and completeness of the list submitted by the Construction Manager of Work to be completed or corrected. § 3.6.6.3 When the Work is found to be substantially complete,the Architect shall inform the Owner about the balance of the Contract Sum remaining to be paid the Construction Manager,including the amount to be retained from the Contract Sum,if any,for final completion or correction of the Work. § 3.6.6.4 The Architect shall forward to the Owner the following information received from the Construction Manager:(1)consent of surety or sureties,if any,to reduction in or partial release of retainage or the making of final payment;(2)affidavits,receipts,releases and waivers of liens or bonds indemnifying the Owner against liens;and (3)any other documentation required of the Construction Manager under the Contract Documents. § 3.6.6.5 Upon request of the Owner,and prior to the expiration of one year from the date of Substantial Completion,the Architect shall, without additional compensation,conduct a meeting with the Owner to review the facility operations and performance. ARTICLE 4 ADDITIONAL SERVICES § 4.1 Additional Services listed below are not included in Basic Services but may be required for the Project.The Architect shall provide the listed Additional Services only if specifically designated in the table below as the Architect's responsibility,and the Owner shall compensate the Architect as provided in Section 11.2. AIA Document B133TM—2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA® Document is protected Init. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA® Document,or any portion of it,may result in 16 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software / at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) (Designate the Additional Ser vices the Architect shall provide in the second colu nn of the table below. In the third colunm indicate whether the service description is located in Section 4.2 a•in an attached exhibit. If in an exhibit, identify the exhibit.) Services Responsibility Location of Service Description (Architect, Owner (Section 4.2 below or in an exhibit or attached to this document and Not Provided) identified beloit) § 4.1.1 Assistance with selection of the Not Provided Construction Manager § 4.1.2 Programmingfl202T� Architect Refer to Section 2.1 § 4.1.3 Multiple preliminary designs Architect During Schematic Design Phase Only 4.1.4 Measured drawings Not Provided 4.1.5 Existing facilities surveys Not Provided § 4.1.6 Site Evaluation and Planning Not Provided (B203TM-2007) § 4.1.7 Building Information Modeling Architect Refer to Section 2.1 (E2031- 2013) 4.1.8 Civil engineering Architect Refer to Section 2.1 4.1.9 Landscape design Architect Refer to Section 2.1 § 4.1.10 Architectural Interior Design Architect Refer to Section 2.1 CaL52T M�7 § 4.1.11 Value Analysis(B204TM-2007) Not Provided § 4.1.12 Detailed cost estimating Owner To be provided by Construction Manager § 4.1.13 On-site project representation Not Provided 4.1.14 Conformed construction documents Not Provided § 4.1.15 As-Designed Record drawings Not Provided § 4.1.16 As-Constructed Record drawings Architect Refer to Section 2.1 § 4.1.17 Post occupancy evaluation Not Provided § 4.1.18 Facility Support Services(B210T`1-2007) Not Provided § 4.1.19 Tenant-related services Not Provided § 4.1.20 Coordination of Owner's consultants Architect Communications Vendor(s) § 4.1.21 Telecommunications/data design Architect Refer to Section 2.1 § 4.1.22 Security Evaluation and Plannin Architect Refer to Section 2.1 (B206T`1— 2007)Plannin § 4.1.23 Commissioning Owner If required by current building codes § 4.1.24 Extensive sustainable design services Not Provided § 4.1.25 LEED'' Certification(B214TM-2012) Not Provided § 4.1.26 Historic Preservation(B205T"1-2007) Not Provided § 4.1.27 Furniture,Furnishings,and Equipment Owner Des lgn;ar§3Tn1�� § 4.2 Insert a description of each Additional Service designated in Section 4.1 as the Architect's responsibility, if not further described in an exhibit attached to this document. Refer to Section 2.1 of this Agreement. § 4.3 Additional Services may be provided after execution of this Agreement,without invalidating the Agreement. Except for services required due to the fault of the Architect,any Additional Services provided in accordance with AIA Document B133-—2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA° Document is protected [nit. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA° Document,or any portion of it,may result in 17 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software t at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) this Section 4.3 shall entitle the Architect to compensation pursuant to Section 11.3 and an appropriate adjustment in the Architect's schedule. § 4.3.1 Upon recognizing the need to perform the following Additional Services,the Architect shall notify the Owner with reasonable promptness and explain the facts and circumstances giving rise to the need.The Architect shall not proceed to provide the following services until the Architect receives the Owner's written authorization: .1 Services necessitated by a change in the Initial Information,previous instructions or recommendations given by the Construction Manager or the Owner,approvals given by the Owner, or a material change in the Project including,but not limited to,size,quality,complexity,the Owner's schedule or budget for Cost of the Work,or bid packages in addition to those listed in Section 1.1.6; .2 Making revisions in Drawings, Specifications,or other documents(as required pursuant to Section 6.7),when such revisions are required because the Construction Manager's estimate of the Cost of the Work,Guaranteed Maximum Price proposal,or Control Estimate exceeds the Owner's budget,except where such excess is due to changes initiated by the Architect in scope,capacities of basic systems,or the kinds and quality of materials,finishes,or equipment; .3 Services necessitated by the Owner's request for extensive sustainable design alternatives,such as unique system designs,in-depth material research,energy modeling,or LEED®certification; .4 Changing or editing previously prepared Instruments of Service necessitated by the enactment or revision of codes, laws or regulations,or official interpretations; .5 Services necessitated by decisions of the Owner or Construction Manager not rendered in a timely manner or any other failure of performance on the part of the Owner or the Owner's consultants or contractors; .6 Preparing digital data for transmission to the Owner's consultants and contractors,or to other Owner authorized recipients; .7 Preparation of design and documentation for alternate bid or proposal requests proposed by the Owner or Construction Manager; .8 Preparation for,and attendance at,a public presentation,meeting or hearing; .9 Preparation for,and attendance at a dispute resolution proceeding or legal proceeding,except where the Architect is party thereto; .10 Evaluation of the qualifications of bidders or persons providing proposals; .11 Consultation concerning replacement of Work resulting from fire or other cause during construction; .12 Assistance to the Initial Decision Maker,if other than the Architect; .13 Services necessitated by replacement of the Construction Manager or conversion of the Construction Manager as constructor project delivery method to an alternative project delivery method; .14 Services necessitated by the Owner's delay in engaging the Construction Manager;and .15 Making revisions in Drawings, Specifications,and other documents resulting from substitutions included in the agreed to assumptions and clarifications contained in the Guaranteed Maximum Price Amendment or Control Estimate. § 4.3.2 To avoid delay in the Construction Phase,the Architect shall provide the following Additional Services, notify the Owner with reasonable promptness,and explain the facts and circumstances giving rise to the need. If the Owner subsequently determines that all or parts of those services are not required,the Owner shall give prompt written notice to the Architect,and the Owner shall have no further obligation to compensate the Architect for those services: 1 Reviewing a Construction Manager's submittal out of sequence from the submittal schedule agreed to by the Architect; .2 Responding to the Construction Manager's requests for information that are not prepared in accordance with the Contract Documents or where such information is available to the Construction Manager from a careful study and comparison of the Contract Documents,field conditions,other Owner-provided information,Construction Manager-prepared coordination drawings, or prior Project correspondence or documentation; .3 Preparing Change Orders,and Construction Change Directives that require evaluation of the Construction Manager's proposals and supporting data,or the preparation or revision of Instruments of Service; .4 Evaluating an extensive number of Claims as the Initial Decision Maker; AIA Document B133TM—2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA® Document is protected Init. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA® Document,or any portion of it,may result in 18 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) .5 Evaluating substitutions proposed by the Owner or Construction Manager and making subsequent revisions to Instruments of Service resulting therefrom;or .6 To the extent the Architect's Basic Services are affected,providing Construction Phase Services 60 days after(1)the date of Substantial Completion of the Work or(2)the anticipated date of Substantial Completion,identified in Initial Information,whichever is earlier. § 4.3.3 The Architect shall provide Construction Phase Services exceeding the limits set forth below as Additional Services. When the limits below are reached,the Architect shall notify the Owner: .1 Two(2)reviews of each Shop Drawing,Product Data item,sample and similar submittals of the Construction Manager .2 Average two(2)visits per month to the site by the Architect over the duration of the Project during construction .3 One(_L)inspections for any portion of the Work to determine whether such portion of the Work is substantially complete in accordance with the requirements of the Contract Documents .4 One(L)inspections for any portion of the Work to determine final completion § 4.3.4 If the services covered by this Agreement have not been completed within Twenty four(24)months of the date of this Agreement,through no fault of the Architect,extension of the Architect's services beyond that time shall be compensated as Additional Services. ARTICLE 5 OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITIES § 5.1 Unless otherwise provided for under this Agreement,the Owner shall provide information in a timely manner regarding requirements for and limitations on the Project, including a written program which shall set forth the Owner's objectives,schedule,constraints and criteria,including space requirements and relationships,flexibility, expandability,special equipment,systems and site requirements. After receipt of a written request from the Architect,the Owner shall have fifteen (15)days after the next Town Council meeting to furnish the requested information as necessary and relevant for the Architect to evaluate,give notice of or enforce lien rights. § 5.2 The Owner shall retain a Construction Manager to provide services,duties,and responsibilities as described in the agreement selected in Section 1.1.5. § 5.3 The Owner shall furnish the services of a Construction Manager that shall be responsible for creating the overall Project schedule.The Owner shall adjust the Project schedule,if necessary,as the Project proceeds. § 5.4 The Owner shall establish and periodically update the Owner's budget for the Project,including(1)the budget for the Cost of the Work as defined in Section 6.1;(2)the Owner's other costs;and,(3)reasonable contingencies related to all of these costs. The Owner shall furnish the services of a Construction Manager that shall be responsible for preparing all estimates of the Cost of the Work.If the Owner significantly increases or decreases the Owner's budget for the Cost of the Work,the Owner shall notify the Architect.The Owner and the Architect shall thereafter agree to a corresponding change in the budget for the Cost of the Work or in the Project's scope and quality. § 5.4.1 The Owner acknowledges that accelerated,phased or fast-track scheduling provides a benefit,but also carries with it associated risks. Such risks include the Owner incurring costs for the Architect to coordinate and redesign portions of the Project affected by procuring or installing elements of the Project prior to the completion of all relevant Construction Documents,and costs for the Construction Manager to remove and replace previously installed Work. If the Owner selects accelerated,phased or fast-track scheduling,the Owner agrees to include in the budget for the Project sufficient contingencies to cover such costs. § 5.5 The Owner shall identify a representative authorized to act on the Owner's behalf with respect to the Project. T1te-Subject to 5.1 above, the Owner shall render decisions and approve the Architect's submittals in a timely manner in order to avoid unreasonable delay in the orderly and sequential progress of the Architect's services. § 5.6 The Owner shall furnish surveys to describe physical characteristics,legal limitations and utility locations for the site of the Project,and a written legal description of the site.The surveys and legal information shall include,as applicable,grades and lines of streets,alleys,pavements and adjoining property and structures; designated wetlands; adjacent drainage;rights-of-way,restrictions,easements,encroachments,zoning,deed restrictions,boundaries and AIA Document B133TM—2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA° Document is protected Init. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA® Document,or any portion of it,may result in 19 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) contours of the site;locations,dimensions and necessary data with respect to existing buildings,other improvements and trees; and information concerning available utility services and lines,both public and private,above and below grade,including inverts and depths.All the information on the survey shall be referenced to a Project benchmark. § 5.7 The Owner shall furnish services of geotechnical engineers,which may include but are not limited to test borings,test pits,determinations of soil bearing values,percolation tests,evaluations of hazardous materials,seismic evaluation,ground corrosion tests and resistivity tests, including necessary operations for anticipating subsoil conditions,with written reports and appropriate recommendations. § 5.8 The Owner shall coordinate the services of its own consultants with those services provided by the Architect. Upon the Architect's request,the Owner shall furnish copies of the scope of services in the contracts between the Owner and the Owner's consultants.The Owner shall furnish the services of consultants other than those designated in this Agreement,or authorize the Architect to furnish them as an Additional Service,when the Architect requests such services and demonstrates that they are reasonably required by the scope of the Project. The Owner shall require that its consultants maintain professional liability insurance and other liability insurance as appropriate to the services provided. § 5.9 The Owner shall furnish tests,inspections and reports required by law or the Contract Documents,such as structural,mechanical,and chemical tests,tests for air and water pollution,and tests for hazardous materials. § 5.10 The-Within 30 days' written notice,the Owner shall furnish all legal,insurance and accounting services, including auditing services,that may be reasonably necessary at any time for the Project to meet the Owner's needs and interests. § 5.11 The Owner shall provide prompt written notice to the Architect and Construction Manager if the Owner becomes aware of any fault or defect in the Project, including errors,omissions or inconsistencies in the Architect's Instruments of Service. § 5.12 The Owner shall contemporaneously provide the Architect with any communications provided to the Construction Manager about matters arising out of or relating to the Contract Documents. Communications by and with the Architect's consultants shall be through the Architect. § 5.13 Before executing the Contract for Construction,the Owner shall coordinate the Architect's duties and responsibilities set forth in the Contract for Construction with the Architect's services set forth in this Agreement. The Owner shall provide the Architect a copy of the executed agreement between the Owner and Construction Manager,including the General Conditions of the Contract for Construction. § 5.14 The Owner shall provide the Architect access to the Project site prior to commencement of the Work and shall obligate the Construction Manager to provide the Architect access to the Work wherever it is in preparation or progress. ARTICLE 6 COST OF THE WORK § 6.1 For purposes of this Agreement,the Cost of the Work shall be the total cost to the Owner to construct all elements of the Project designed or specified by the Architect and shall include the Construction Managers'general conditions costs,overhead,and profit.The Cost of the Work does not include the compensation of the Architect,the compensation of the Construction Manager for Preconstruction Phase services,the costs of the land,rights-of-way, financing,contingencies for changes in the Work or other costs that are the responsibility of the Owner. § 6.2 The Owner's budget for the Cost of the Work is provided in the Initial Information,and may be adjusted throughout the Project as required under Sections 5.4 and 6.4.Evaluations of the Owner's budget for the Cost of the Work represent the Architect's judgment as a design professional. § 6.3 The Owner shall require the Construction Manager to include appropriate contingencies for design,bidding or negotiating,price escalation,and market conditions in estimates of the Cost of the Work.The Architect shall be entitled to rely on the accuracy and completeness of estimates of the Cost of the Work the Construction Manager prepares as the Architect progresses with its Basic Services. The Architect shall prepare,as an Additional Service, revisions to the Drawings,Specifications or other documents required due to the Construction Manager's AIA Document 121133TM—2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA® Document is protected Init. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA® Document,or any portion of it,may result in 20 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) inaccuracies or incompleteness in preparing cost estimates. The Architect may review the Construction Manager's estimates solely for the Architect's guidance in completion of its services,however,the Architect shall report to the Owner any material inaccuracies and inconsistencies noted during any such review. § 6.3.1 If the Architect is providing detailed cost estimating services as an Additional Service, and a discrepancy exists between the Construction Manager's cost estimates and the Architect's cost estimates,the Architect shall work cooperatively with the Construction Manager to conform the cost estimates to one another. § 6.3.2 Subject to Section 4.3,if the Owner engages a Cost Consultant and a discrepancy exists between the Construction Manager's estimate and the Cost Consultant's estimate,the Architect shall assist the Cost Consultant and Construction Manager as necessary to conform the estimates to one another. § 6.4 If,prior to the conclusion of the Design Development Phase,the Construction Manager's estimate of the Cost of the Work exceeds the Owner's budget for the Cost of the Work,the Architect,in consultation with the Construction Manager,shall make appropriate recommendations to the Ownento adjust the Project's size,quality or budget,and the Owner shall cooperate with the Architect in making such adjustments. § 6.5 If the Construction Manager's estimate of the Cost of the Work at the conclusion of the Design Development Phase exceeds the Owner's budget for the Cost of the Work,the Owner shall .1 give written approval of an increase in the budget for the Cost of the Work; .2 in consultation with the Architect and Construction Manager,revise the Project program,scope, or quality as required to reduce the Cost of the Work;or .3 implement any other mutually acceptable alternative. § 6.6 If the Owner chooses to proceed under Section 6.5.2,the Architect,without additional compensation,shall incorporate the required modifications in the Construction Documents Phase as necessary to comply with the Owner's budget for the Cost of the Work at the conclusion of the Design Development Phase Services,or the budget as adjusted under Section 6.5.1.The Architect's modification of the Construction Documents shall be the limit of the Architect's responsibility as a Basic Service under this Article 6. § 6.7 After incorporation of modifications under Section 6.6,the Architect shall,as an Additional Service,make any required revisions to the Drawings,Specifications or other documents necessitated by the Construction Manager's subsequent cost estimates,the Guaranteed Maximum Price proposal,or Control Estimate that exceed the Owner's budget for the Cost of the Work,except when the excess is due to changes initiated by the Architect in scope,basic systems,or the kinds and quality of materials,finishes or equipment. ARTICLE 7 COPYRIGHTS AND LICENSES § 7.1 The Architect and the Owner warrant that in transmitting Instruments of Service,or any other information,the transmitting party is the copyright owner of such information or has permission from the copyright owner to transmit such information for its use on the Project. If the Owner and Architect intend to transmit Instruments of Service or any other information or documentation in digital form,they shall endeavor to establish necessary protocols governing such transmissions. § 7.2 The Architect and the Architect's consultants shall be deemed the authors and owners of their respective Instruments of Service, including the Drawings and Specifications,and shall retain all common law,statutory and other reserved rights,including copyrights. Submission or distribution of Instruments of Service to meet official regulatory requirements or for similar purposes in connection with the Project is not to be construed as publication in derogation of the reserved rights of the Architect and the Architect's consultants. § 7.3 Upon execution of this Agreement,the Architect grants to the Owner a nonexclusive license to use the Architect's Instruments of Service solely and exclusively for purposes of constructing,using,maintaining,altering and adding to the Project,provided that the Owner , ' provides prompt payment of all sums when due,under this Agreement.The Architect shall obtain similar nonexclusive licenses from the Architect's consultants consistent with this Agreement.The license granted under this section permits the Owner to authorize the Construction Manager, Subcontractors,Sub-subcontractors,and material or equipment suppliers,as well as the Owner's consultants and separate contractors,to reproduce applicable portions of the Instruments of Service solely and exclusively for use in performing services or construction for the Project.1f the ee AIA Document 13133T —2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA® Document is protected Init. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA® Document,or any portion of it,may result in 21 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) iF-ight�fly terminates this Agreement for eause as pr-evided in Seetien 9.4.the lieense gi-aiited in this Seetien 7.3 Shall § 7.3.1 In the event the Owner uses the Instruments of Service without retaining the authors of the Instruments of Service,the Owner releases the Architect and Architect's consultant(s)from all claims and causes of action arising from such uses.The Owner-,te the extent pet�mitted by law,further agFees to indemni6,and hold hafmiess the Ar-ehiteet and its eensultants 4-em all easts and expenses,ineluding the east of defense,related te eiaims and causes the instf....,ents of ge-.iee.tide-this See fien'" 1. Tl., terms of this Section 7.3.1 shall not apply if the Owner rightfully terminates this Agreement for cause under Section 9.4. § 7.4 Except for the licenses granted in this Article 7,no other license or right shall be deemed granted or implied under this Agreement.The Owner shall not assign,delegate,sublicense,pledge or otherwise transfer any license granted herein to another party without the prior written agreement of the Architect.Any unauthorized use of the Instruments of Service shall be at the Owner's sole risk and without liability to the Architect and the Architect's consultants. ARTICLE 8 CLAIMS AND DISPUTES § 8.1 General § 8.1.1 The Owner and Architect shall commence all claims and causes of action,whether in contract,tort,or otherwise,against the other arising out of or related to this Agreement in accordance with the requirements of the method of binding dispute resolution selected in this Agreement within the period specified by applicable law,but in any case not more than 10 years after the date of Substantial Completion of the Work.The Owner and Architect waive all claims and causes of action not commenced in accordance with this Section 8.1.1. § 8.1.2 To the extent damages are fully covered by property insurance,the Owner and Architect waive all rights against each other and against the contractors,consultants,agents and employees of the other for damages,except such rights as they may have to the proceeds of such insurance as set forth in AIA Document A201-2007,General Conditions of the Contract for Construction.The Owner or the Architect,as appropriate,shall require of the Construction Manager,contractors,consultants,agents and employees of any of them similar waivers in favor of the other parties enumerated herein. § 8.1.3 The Architect shall indemnify and hold the Owner and the Owner's officers and employees harmless from and against damages,losses and judgments arising from claims by third parties,including reasonable attorneys' fees and expenses recoverable under applicable law,but only to the extent they are caused by the negligent acts or omissions of the Architect,its employees and its consultants in the performance of professional services under this Agreement.The Arehiteet's duty te indemnif�,the Ov�ffier-under-this previsien shall be limited to the avail pr-eeeeds ofi § 8.1.4 The Architect and Owner waive consequential damages for claims,disputes or other matters in question arising out of or relating to this Agreement.This mutual waiver is applicable,without limitation,to all consequential damages due to either party's termination of this Agreement,except as specifically provided in Section 9.7. § 8.2 Mediation § 8.2.1 Any claim,dispute or other matter in question arising out of or related to this Agreement shall be subject to mediation as a condition precedent to binding dispute resolution. If such matter relates to or is the subject of a lien arising out of the Architect's services,the Architect may proceed in accordance with applicable law to comply with the lien notice or filing deadlines prior to resolution of the matter by mediation or by binding dispute resolution. § 8.2.2 The Owner and Architect shall endeavor to resolve claims,disputes and other matters in question between them by mediation which,unless the parties mutually agree otherwise,shall be...]m:nistered by the A mer:elin in accordance with its Construction Industry Mediation Procedures in effect on the date of the Agreement. A request for mediation shall be made in writing,delivered to the other party to the Agreement,and filed with the person or entity administering the mediation.The request may be made concurrently with the filing of a complaint or other appropriate demand for binding dispute resolution but,in such event,mediation shall proceed in advance of binding dispute resolution proceedings,which shall be stayed pending mediation for a period of 60 days from the date of filing,unless stayed for a longer period by agreement of the parties or court order.if an ar-bitration AIA Document 121133T —2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA° Document is protected Init. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA® Document,or any portion of it,may result in 22 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software / at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) is stayed ar-stiant to this pr-eceeding ' and abrtFupon a seliedtile f r later. ...,.zings § 8.2.3 The parties shall share the mediator's fee and any filing fees equally. The mediation shall be held in the place where the Project is located, unless another location is mutually agreed upon. Agreements reached in mediation shall be enforceable as settlement agreements in any court having jurisdiction thereof. § 8.2.4 If the parties do not resolve a dispute through mediation pursuant to this Section 8.2,the method of binding dispute resolution shall be the following: (Cheek the appropriate box. If the Olvner and Architect do not select a method ql"binding dispute resolution below, or do 1701 subsequently agree in li7-iting to a binding dispute resolution 177ethod other than litigation, the dispute will be resolved in a court oj'co17lpetent jzn-isdiction.) [ ]Arbitration pursuant to Section 8.3 of this Agreement [X] Litigation in a court of competent jurisdiction,in Tarrant County.Fort Worth.Texas [ ]Other: (Spec) binding,§ 8.3.1 if the parties have seleeted arbitration as the niethed fer elaim,dispute or other m-tt-1 arising eat of or related to b reenient sul�jeet to,but not resolved by,ffiediatien shall be subjeet to arbitfatien which,tinless the pai4ies muttially agfee otherwise, shall be adininistei-ed by date E)f the b Feement.A demand for-arbitration shall be niade iii writifig,delk,ered te the ether paity teAgreement,and filed with the per-san or entity b § 8.3.1.1 A deffland fer afbitfation shall be made na ear-lief than eeneur-rently with the filing ef a r-eques ffiediatiefi,btit in ne event shall it be Mad-P-After th-P d-At&when the itistittitien ef legal er equitable pfeeeedings based on the elaiffl,dispute er ather matter in question would be bar-red by the applicable statute of limitations.For statut-e b al er eqtiiiabl- based on the elaim,dispute orb Feements to arbitrate with an additional per-son or entity dub,eensented to by pai4ies te this Agfeeflient Shall be speeifieally enfereeable iii aeeei-dafiee with applicable law in any eetir-t bjarisdietion ' § 8.3.3 The awa;-d-i-endered by the arbitr-ater(s)shall be final, b ment may be entered apen it in aeear-daneewith applicable law in any eeur-t having jurisdietion ihereef-I § 8.3.4 Consolidation OF joindeF § 8.3.4.1 Either-part),,at its sole diser-etien,may eenselidate AM PRAdIIRW 114;dei:this b ethef:ar-bilfation to whieh it is a pafty provided that(I)the at-bitfafieii agf11--.t 5-1--fig the ether ar-bitf:atiefi § 8.3.4.2 Either-party,at its sole diseretien,fiiay itieltide by jeifidei-persens or entities substantially involved in a- eemmen question E)f!am,or fact whese pi-es—'. .",—'d ifeemplete reliefis to be aeear-ded in arbitr-atien-, previded that the pafty b b an additional I.A.L., shall not eonsiitute eensent to afbitration ofany elaim,dispute or other illatter in question not deseribed in the written eetisent. AIA Document B133M—2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA° Document is protected [nit. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIAc) Document,or any portion of it,may result in 23 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software t at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) Seetion 8.3,whether by joinder-or- the same i-ighis of joinder and eenselidation as the Owner an A.-ehiteet under-this A g „t ' ARTICLE 9 TERMINATION OR SUSPENSION § 9.1 If the Owner fails to make payments to the Architect in accordance with this Agreement,such failure shall be considered substantial nonperformance and cause for termination or,at the Architect's option,cause for suspension of performance of services under this Agreement.If the Architect elects to suspend services,the Architect shall give seven calendar days' written notice to the Owner before suspending services. In the event of a suspension of services, the Architect shall have no liability to the Owner for delay or damage caused the Owner because of such suspension of services.Before resuming services,the Architect shall be paid all sums due prior to suspension and any expenses incurred in the interruption and resumption of the Architect's services. The Architect's fees for the remaining services and the time schedules shall be equitably adjusted. § 9.2 If the Owner suspends the Project,the Architect shall be compensated for services performed prior to notice of such suspension.When the Project is resumed,the Architect shall be compensated for expenses incurred in the interruption and resumption of the Architect's services.The Architect's fees for the remaining services and the time schedules shall be equitably adjuste4-.adjusted as needed for the Project. § 9.3 If the Owner suspends the Project for more than 90 cumulative days for reasons other than the fault of the Architect,the Architect may terminate this Agreement by giving not less than seven days' written notice. § 9.4 Either party may terminate this Agreement upon not less than seven days'written notice should the other party fail substantially to perform in accordance with the terms of this Agreement through no fault of the party initiating the termination. § 9.5 The Owner may terminate this Agreement upon not less than seven days' written notice to the Architect for the Owner's convenience and without cause. § 9.6 In the event of termination not the fault of the Architect,the Architect shall be compensated for services performed prior to termination,together with Reimbursable Expenses then due and all Termination Expenses as defined in Section�?9.7,upon delivery of design documents to date. § 9.7 Termination Expenses are in addition to compensation for the Architect's services and include expenses directly attributable to termination for which the Architect is not otherwise compensated,plus an amount for the Architect's anticipated profit on the value of the services not performed by the Architect. § 9.8 The Owner's rights to use the Architect's Instruments of Service in the event of a termination of this Agreement are set forth in Article 7 and Section 11.9. ARTICLE 10 MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS § 10.1 This Agreement shall be governed by the law of the place where the Project is located,except that if the parties have selected arbitration as the method of binding dispute resolution,the Federal Arbitration Act shall govern Section 8.3. The Texas Board of Architectural Examiners has iurisdiction over complaints regarding the professional practices of persons registered as architects in Texas.They can be reached at:P.O.Box 12337,Austin,TX 78711-2337,Ph. 512.305.9000 Fax 512.305.8900. § 10.2 Terms in this Agreement shall have the same meaning as those in AIA Document A201-2007,General Conditions of the Contract for Construction,except as modified in this Agreement.The tern"Contractor"as used in A201-2007 shall mean the Construction Manager. § 10.3 The Owner and Architect,respectively,bind themselves,their agents,successors,assigns and legal representatives to this Agreement.Neither the Owner nor the Architect shall assign this Agreement without the written consent of the other,except that the Owner may assign this Agreement to a lender providing financing for the Project if the lender agrees to assume the Owner's rights and obligations under this Agreement. AIA Document 6133T —2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA° Document is protected Init. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA® Document,or any portion of it,may result in 24 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software / at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) § 10.4 If the Owner requests the Architect to execute certificates,the proposed language of such certificates shall be submitted to the Architect for review at least 14 days prior to the requested dates of execution. If the Owner requests the Architect to execute consents reasonably required to facilitate assignment to a lender,the Architect shall execute all such consents that are consistent with this Agreement,provided the proposed consent is submitted to the Architect for review at least 14 days prior to execution.The Architect shall not be required to execute certificates or consents that would require knowledge,services or responsibilities beyond the scope of this Agreement. § 10.5 Nothing contained in this Agreement shall create a contractual relationship with or a cause of action in favor of a third party against either the Owner or Architect. § 10.6 Unless otherwise required in this Agreement,the Architect shall have no responsibility for the discovery, presence,handling,removal or disposal of,or exposure of persons to,hazardous materials or toxic substances in any form at the Project site. § 10.7 The Architect shall have the right to include photographic or artistic representations of the design of the Project among the Architect's promotional and professional materials.The Architect shall be given reasonable access to the completed Project to make such representations.However,the Architect's materials shall not include the Owner's confidential er-pFeprietary,proprietary,or security information if the Owner has previously advised the Architect in writing of the specific information considered by the Owner to be confidential or proprietary. The Owner shall provide professional credit for the Architect in the Owner's promotional materials for the Project. § 10.8 If the Architect or Owner receives information specifically designated by the other party as"confidential"or "business proprietary,"the receiving party shall keep such information strictly confidential and shall not disclose it to any other person except to(1)its employees, (2)those who need to know the content of such information in order to perform services or construction solely and exclusively for the Project,or(3)its consultants and contractors whose contracts include similar restrictions on the use of confidential information,to the extent allowed by law. Both parties acknowledge that Owner is a governmental entity subject to the Texas Public Information Act. ARTICLE 11 COMPENSATION § 11.1 For the Architect's Basic Services described under Article 3,the Owner shall compensate the Architect as follows: (Insert amount of, or basis for, compensation) Lump sum compensation,plus allowable reimbursable expenses,as shown below. Basic Services Fees Architectural $470,750.00 Structural $42,000.00 MEP $ 57,000.00 Civil Engineering $42,750.00 Landscape and Irrigation $ 15,000.00 Storm Water Detention Plan $ 4,500.00 Record Documents $ 6,000.00 Total Basic Services $638,000.00 § 11.2 For Additional Services designated in Section 4 -4.1 and Section 2.1,the Owner shall compensate the Architect as follows: (Insert amount of, or basis for, compensation. If necessw),, list specific services to which particular methods of compensation apply.) Lump sum compensation,plus allowable reimbursable expenses, as shown below. Additional Fees&Expenses Franchise Utility Coordination $ 5,000.00 AIA Document 13133-—2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA® Document is protected Init. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA° Document,or any portion of it,may result in 25 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software t at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) Storm Water Quality Management Plan $ 3,500.00 Easement Documents R$2,500 each,allowing for 2): $ 5,000.00 TxDOT Median Design $ 4,000.00 Topographic Survey Verification $ 4,500.00 Structural Slab Foundation $ 6,000.00 Site Retaining Wall Design $ 4,000.00 Structured Cabling Design for Voice,Data,Cable TV $ 8,000.00 Audio Visual Systems $ 6,000.00 Security ystems $ 6,000.00 Radio,Alerting and Antenna Systems $ 4,000.00 Hose and Stair Tower Design $ 16,500.00 Fueling System Design $ 7,000.00 Water Feature Design $ 10,000.00 Storm Shelter Design $21,000.00 Traffic Signal Design $ 5,000.00 Reimbursable Expenses Allowance $ 15,000.00 Total Additional Services Fees&Expenses $130,500.00 Total Contract Amount $768,500.00 § 11.3 For Additional Services that may arise during the course of the Project, including those under Section 4.3,the Owner shall compensate the Architect as follows: (Insert amount of, or basis for, compensation) Refer to Article 11.7 of this Agreement for hourly rates. § 11.4 Compensation for Additional Services of the Architect's consultants when not included in Sections 11.2 or 11.3,shall be the amount invoiced to the Architect plus eight and a half percent(8_5%),or as otherwise stated below: § 11.5 Where compensation for Basic Services is based on a stipulated sum or percentage of the Cost of the Work, the compensation for each phase of services shall be as follows: Schematic Design Phase fifteen percent ( 15 %) Design Development Phase twenty percent ( 20 %) Construction Documents Phase forty percent ( 40 %) Bidding&Negotiation Phase five percent ( 5 %) Construction Phase twenty 20 °� Total Basic Compensation one hundred percent ( 100 %) The Owner acknowledges that with an accelerated Project delivery,multiple bid package process,or Construction Manager as constructor project delivery method,the Architect may be providing its services in multiple Phases simultaneously. Therefore,the Architect shall be permitted to invoice monthly in proportion to services performed in each Phase of Services as appropriate. § 11.6 When compensation is based on a percentage of the Cost of the Work and any portions of the Project are deleted or otherwise not constructed,compensation for those portions of the Project shall be payable to the extent services are performed on those portions,in accordance with the schedule set forth in Section 11.5 based on(1)the Owner-accepted Guaranteed Maximum Price Amendment or Control Estimate,as applicable,or(2)if the Guaranteed Maximum Price proposal or Control Estimate has not been accepted by the Owner,the most recent estimate of the Cost of the Work prepared by the Construction Manager for such portions of the Project. The Architect shall be entitled to compensation in accordance with this Agreement for all services performed whether or not the Construction Phase is commenced. AIA Document B133T°—2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA® Document is protected Init. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA® Document,or any portion of it,may result in 26 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software t at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) § 11.7 The hourly billing rates for services of the Architect and the Architect's consultants,if any,are set forth below.The rates shall be adjusted in accordance with the Architect's and Architect's consultants'normal review practices. (If applicable, attach an exhibit of hourly billing rates or insert them below) Employee or Category Rate($0.00) BRW Architects Principal $240.00 per hour Proiect Director $200.00 per hour Project Manager $175.00 per hour Project Architect $140.00 per hour Architect $120.00 per hour Intern Architect I $90.00 per hour Intern Architect II $75.00 per hour Administration Staff $70.00 per hour Pacheco Koch LLC Principal $225.00 per hour Associate Principal $200.00 per hour Director $200.00 per hour Senior Proiect Manager $150.00 per hour Senior Proiect Coordinator $150.00 per hour Project Manager $120.00 per hour Proiect Coordinator $120.00 per hour Proiect Engineer $95.00 per hour Senior Technician $110.00 per hour Technician $80.00 per hour Drafter $75.00 per hour Research Manager $ 80.00 per hour Technical Assistant $50.00 per hour Executive Assistant $ 85.00 per hour Senior Administrative Assistant $80.00 per hour Administrative Assistant $70.00 per hour David McCaskill Design Group Principal $160.00 per hour Senior Landscape Architect $120.00 per hour Graduate Landscape Architect $ 80.00 per hour Clerical $60.00 per hour JO Eneineerint3 Partner $240.00 per hour Principal $210.00 per hour Senior Proiect Manager $175.00 per hour Engineering Technical Lead $190.00 per hour Proiect Manager $155.00 per hour Senior Project Engineer $135.00 per hour Proiect En ig neer $120.00 per hour Senior Technician $110.00 per hour Technician $90.00 per hour Administrative $75.00 per hour Reed,Wells,Benson&Co. Principals $205.00 per hour Proiect Manager $160.00 per hour AIA Document B133TM-2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA° Document is protected Init. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this Ale Document,or any portion of it,may result in 27 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software t at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) Senior Engineer $145.00 per hour Proiect En ineer $130.00 per hour Engineer $120.00 per hour Senior Designer $100.00 per hour Engineer Intern $90.00 per hour Designer $85.00 per hour CADD Designer $75.00 per hour Technical Typist $65.00 per hour Wrightson,Johnson,Haddon&Williams Principal $200-225.00 per hour Associate Principal $200.00 per hour Senior Associate $185.00 per hour Associate $185.00 per hour Senior Consultant $175-185.00 per hour Consultant $150-185.00 per hour Senior Designer $150.00 per hour Designer $125.00 per hour BIM Specialist $90.00 per hour Administration $60-80.00 per hour § 11.8 Compensation for Reimbursable Expenses § 11.8.1 Reimbursable Expenses are in addition to compensation for Basic and Additional Services and include expenses incurred by the Architect and the Architect's consultants directly related to the Project,as follows: .1 Transportation and authorized out-of-town travel and subsistence; .2 Long distance services,dedicated data and communication services,teleconferences,Project Web sites,and extranets; .3 Fees paid for securing approval of authorities having jurisdiction over the Project; .4 Printing,reproductions,plots,standard form documents; .5 Postage,handling and delivery; .6 Expense of overtime work requiring higher than regular rates,if authorized in advance by the Owner; .7 Renderings,models,mock-ups,professional photography,and presentation materials requested by the Owner; .8 Architect's consultants'expense of professional liability insurance dedicated exclusively to this Project,or the expense of additional insurance coverage or limits if the Owner requests such insurance in excess of that normally carried by the Architect's consultants; .9 All taxes levied on professional services and on reimbursable expenses; .10 Site office expenses; and .11 Other similar Project-related expenditures. § 11.8.2 For Reimbursable Expenses the compensation shall be the expenses incurred by the Architect and the Architect's consultants plus five percent(5 %)of the expenses incurred. § 11.8.3 If the insurance requirements listed in Section 2.6 exceed the types and limits the Architect normally maintains and the Architect incurred additional costs to satisfy such requirements,the Owner shall reimburse the Architect for such costs as set forth below: Not Applicable. § 11.9 Compensation for Use of Architect's Instruments of Service If the Owner terminates the Architect for its convenience under Section 9.5,or the Architect terminates this Agreement under Section 9.3,the n..mo_shall pay a lieensing fee eempensafien for-the n..,.,e. previous payments by the Owner will be considered a licensing fee and the Owner will be allowed the continued use of the Architect's Instruments of Service solely for purposes of completing,using and maintaining the Project as fellews�_ AIA Document B133M-2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA® Document is protected Init. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA° Document,or any portion of it,may result in 28 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) § 11.10 Payments to the Architect § 11.10.1 An initial payment of zero($0)shall be made upon execution of this Agreement and is the minimum payment under this Agreement.It shall be credited to the Owner's account in the final invoice. § 11.10.2 Unless otherwise agreed,payments for services shall be made monthly in proportion to services performed.Payments are due and payable upon presentation of the Architect's invoice.Amounts unpaid Thirty(30 )days after the invoice date shall bear interest at the rate entered below, or in the absence thereof at the legal rate prevailing from time to time at the principal place of business of the Architect. (Insert rate of monthly or annual interest agreed upon.) %--The lower of 5%annum or the maximum rate allowed under Chapter 2251,Texas Government Code. § 11.10.3 The Owner shall not withhold amounts from the Architect's compensation to impose a penalty or liquidated damages on the Architect,or to offset sums requested by or paid to contractors for the cost of changes in the Work unless the Architect agrees or has been found liable for the amounts in a binding dispute resolution proceeding. § 11.10.4 Records of Reimbursable Expenses,expenses pertaining to Additional Services,and services performed on the basis of hourly rates shall be available to the Owner at mutually convenient times. ARTICLE 12 SPECIAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS Special terns and conditions that modify this Agreement are as follows: Not Applicable. ARTICLE 13 SCOPE OF THE AGREEMENT § 13.1 This Agreement represents the entire and integrated agreement between the Owner and the Architect and supersedes all prior negotiations,representations or agreements,either written or oral.This Agreement may be amended only by written instrument signed by both Owner and Architect. § 13.2 This Agreement is comprised of the following documents listed below: 1 AIA Document B133Tm-2014,Standard Form Agreement Between Owner and Architect, Construction Manager as Constructor Edition 2 AIADeetiment E203TM 2012 Building r„F......,tion Modeling and Digital Data .T_'..`hibit.:F Not Applicable. .3 Other documents: (List other documents, if any, inchiding additional scopes of service forining part of the Agreement) Town of Westlake Fire/EMS Station No. 1 Concept Design and Budget Study,dated November 17, 2016. This Agreement entered into as of the day and year first written above. 1-1X1v&077�uovo OWNER(Signature) ARCHITECT(Signatu e) Thomas E.BM r,Town Sager Gary DeVries,AIA,Principal Town of Westlake Brown Remolds Watford Architects,Inc. (Printed name and title) (Printed name and title) AIA Document 13133TM—2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIA® Document is protected Init. by U.S.Copyright Law and International Treaties.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA® Document,or any portion of it,may result in 29 severe civil and criminal penalties,and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software t at 16:16:56 on 12/05/2016 under Order No.6214267116_1 which expires on 10/06/2017,and is not for resale. User Notes: (1379158888) f . TOWN OF WESTLAKE FIRE/EMS STATION ►���1• is r� �. .; y� ' µkg• NO. 1 CONCEPT DESIGN re,��•. � F � ;�est: AND BUDGET STUDY NOVEMEBER 17, 2016 _ IS , �• l,tel .�� r•• _ .. .. _ !• yM��y_ .t:r,,i ..it -,�. .� Pf PREPARED FOR: BY: TOWN OF WESTLAKE BROWN REYNOLDS WATFORD ARCHITECTS, INC. 1301 Solana Boulevard 3535 Travis St. Suite 250 Building 4, Suite 4202 Dallas, TX 75204 Westlake, Texas 76262 (214) 528-8704 Troy Meyer COST ESTIMATORS Director of Facilities & Steele & Freeman, Inc. (CMaR) Recreation P.O. Box 120455 Arlington, TX 76012 Richard Whitten (214) 556-4510 Fire Chief CCM Construction Services, LLC (BRW Consultant) P.O. Box 120455 Arlington, TX 76012 FEASIBILITY (214) 556-4510 STUDY NOT FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMITTING, OR CONSTRUCTION GARY DEVIRIES X REG. NO. I 1 0212 TABLE ®F CONE YS 011 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 021 DESIGN CRITERIA FOR BUDGET ESTIMATING PROJECT SCOPE RECOMMENDATIONS SITE ANALYSIS AND CRITERIA STRUCTURAL CRITERIA ARCHITECTURAL CRITERIA MEP CRITERIA ALTERNATES 031 SUPPORTING INFORMATION PROJECT BUDGET SUMMARY BUILDING CODE AND ZONING SUMMARY BUILDING PROGRAM SURVEY CONCEPT SITE PLAN CONCEPT FLOOR PLAN CONCEPT MASSING DIAGRAM 041 BUDGET ESTIMATES STEELE & FREEMAN ESTIMATE CCM ESTIMATE TOTAL PROJECT BUDGET ANALYSIS � ► 1 01 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 01 1 TOWN OF WESTLAKE FIRE/EMS STATION NO. 1 01 FIRE STATION NO. 4 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This Feasibility Study assesses the proposed site and To be conservative the higher of the two estimates determines project needs for the Town of Westlake was used to calculate BRW's recommended total Fire Station No. 1 and Fire Administration. The study construction starts by considering project needs related to fire apparatus, personnel space requirements, and site constraints. It also reviews major building code cost budget of $6,931,574 (adding in an Owner's impacts, zoning ordinance, and utility conditions. From construction contingency), and recommended minimum these parameters, site and building design concepts total project budget of $9,218,935. Refer to the are proposed, along with an appropriate project budget estimates and budget analysis at the end of budget and implementation schedule. this study book for detailed information. The site analysis considers property boundaries, existing utilities, location, context, vehicular access and existing grading contours. From this analysis, it was confirmed that the proposed property will adequately accommodate the proposed building and parking, along with capability for planned future expansion. The Space Program addresses the space requirements for the Fire Station living quarters and apparatus needs, Fire Administration, and EOC / Training room. The recommended sizes are described for each room. The architectural concept design is a natural response to the space program by giving a distinct building block to each function. The concept floor plan is developed to provide a functioning facility and livable fire station, and for the Fire Administration to focus on public interface and customer service that are highly valued by the Town of Westlake and its citizens. The general shape, features, and exterior materials proposed for the building consider the local context, the requirements of local ordinances and construction standards, civic attributes of municipal buildings, and input from the community. This Study has been developed within the context of both physical building needs and operational requirements for present and long term fire department functions. Future expansion of the facility is anticipated,including additional bedrooms, expansion of Fire Administration and training, and other support facilities. The intent of the Study is to provide a structured pathway for facility planning and to inform project budgeting to meet the immediate program requirements. To ensure that budgeting is on target,construction cost estimating was performed independently by the prospective Construction Manager at Risk (Steele and Freeman), and by BRW's professional cost estimator (CCM). The estimates arrived at very similar construction costs of $6,601,499 and $6,572,151 respectively. 01 TOWN OF WESTLAKE FIRE/EMS STATION NO. 1 03 02 � DESIGN CRITERIA FOR BUDGET ESTIMATING 02 . . DESIGN CRITERIA FOR BUDGET ESTIMATING PROJECT SCOPE RECOMMENDATIONS: Street access for exiting fire apparatus will be to Davis Boulevard, including an emergency-use only Through a series of meeting discussions, BRW outlined median cut across the existing left turn lane, which will the following information used in preparation of require a flashing yellow light signal. Refer to Site budget estimating. Refer to the meeting minutes Access discussion below (page 4). Apparatus return included in the appendix for additional detailed and public, administration, and training parking site project discussion. access will be from the West-bound side of Dove Road. A median cut at Dove road to access the site from the SITE ANALYSIS: East-bound lanes is not feasible due to the difference in elevation across the existing median. The Town of Westlake has inadequate facilities today for their current needs. The existing Fire Station located The site has been previously cleared of most trees, on Dove Road well to the West of the proposed site, with notable exception of one large tree that the is not ideally located to serve the existing Town which design will attempt to preserve. The existing site is developed primarily on the Eastern side, nor for a generally slopes and drains to the East. There is an future 2-station build-out of the Town. The proposed existing drainage swale along Davis Boulevard, that site can better accommodate the Eastern side of the will require a culvert under the new fire apparatus Town, while not sacrificing response time to the West, apron to Davis. The South end of the swale would by accessing the Western side of the town via the likely be improved to accommodate any site storm 141 Highway. As development occurs in the Western detention required, and landscaped as a mini-park side of the Town a future fire station #2 would be element, consistent with the landscaping scheme along anticipated to respond to increased call volume and Davis. The landscaping to the rear and along Dove for response time to future development that may have street is expected to remain a natural theme as it exists less ready access from the highway. today, including native grasses and wildflowers. The proposed site is land that has been donated by Initially the station will house EMS and one fire fighter Fidelity for the construction of the new fire station, company, but needs to be able to accommodate located at the Corner of Davis Boulevard and Dove expansion for a future second fire company. The Fire Road. This is a major intersection of the Town's collector Station will require a minimum of 3 double-deep drive- streets and will be highly visible and is ideally sited through bays, (4 preferred, budget allowing), which to minimize response time. The site is approximately need to be approximately 75-80 feet deep clearance 5 acres of currently undeveloped land in a roughly in order to allow to stack adequate apparatus for the triangular shape. The land across Davis Boulevard current and future needs. The Fire Administration is is currently being developed as a residential anticipated to be designed to the minimum current neighborhood (Grenada). To the South across Dove needs, and also needs to be designed to allow for Road is an existing residential neighborhood(Vaquero). future expansion. To the North is Fidelity's corporate campus. The site is well buffered from adjacent development by tree lines Civil consultant services are not part of the scope to the North and South, and by screen walls around of this Study. Recommendations are for the purpose the residential developments. All required utilities are of budgeting and are based on recent previous fire available below ground along Davis or Dove on the stations of similar size and scale. These assumptions same side of the streets as the project site, with the are subject to revision that may be required pending exception that sanitary sewer is located on the South engineering review. side of Dove and will need to be bored under the street. 02 1 TOWN OF WESTLAKE FIRE/EMS STATION NO. 1 07 STRUCTURAL SYSTEM CRITERIA► FOR COST ESTIMATING Structural consultant services are not part of the scope of this Study. Recommendations are for the purpose of budgeting and are based on recent previous fire stations of similar size and scale. These assumptions are subject to revision that may be required pending engineering review. Refer to the Geotechnical recommendations for design criteria for continuous concrete spread footings over compacted subgrade or lean concrete fill. For the purpose of this early draft, the superstructure will be assumed to be steel framed except for a combination of load bearing CMU and steel framing at the apparatus bays and storm shelter, with light gauge steel trusses for pitched roofs, and and a composite metal deck and concrete cap at the storm shelter, below the roof structure. Mezzanines will be assumed to be concrete over metal form deck on steel joists. Some additional masonry walls may also be included for acoustical reasons perhaps including the physical training, and as required for ICC-500 storm shelter requirements, which might be assumed to be the training room plus restrooms. Assume continuous spread footings under all CMU walls. The geotechnical report did not address recommendations to reduce building movement to less than 1". Should the movement criteria not be acceptable to the Town of Westlake, then additional recommendations will be required from the geotechnical engineer to further reduce the possibility of movement. It should be noted that groundwater was encountered in all deep borings, with a water table level of approximately 10 feet below existing grade,and that the geotechnical report references the possibility of pumping sandy soils, which could require additional remedial action should pumping occur. The report does not detail what such actions might be. 02 TOWN OF WESTLAKE FIRE/EMS STATION NO. 1 09 Flooring Equipment: o Ceramic tile flooring in restrooms, and public entry and mall area. The following equipment is anticipated to be part o Stained, polished concrete in corridors, and of the construction contract. Other equipment not fire station living quarters common spaces mentioned below generally provided as FF&E: o Carpet the in offices, sleeping / dormitory Kitchen / Break Room areas, and training room. o For fire station kitchen High quality residential o '/a"thick epoxy resin flooring system in the range such as Viking or Wolf, and outdoor apparatus bays and support spaces directly gas grill, with gas shut-off solenoids tied to open to the bay. station alerting system. o Rubber sports flooring in the physical training o Type I Commercial hood with Ansul system in room kitchen. o Sealed concrete in apparatus bay support o All other residential appliances OPCI. spaces not open to the bay, and mechanical Extractor Room /electrical rooms, and mezzanines o Extractor sized to fire station such as Milnor, o Tile base at ceramic the floors,no base at OPCI CMU in apparatus bay and apparatus bay o Double wide gear drying locker,or support spaces, rubber base elsewhere mannequin-style gear dryer, OPCI Other finishes and materials include: Air Compressors o Stained hardwood veneer cabinets. Built-in o SCBA,OPCI captain beds for all sleeping rooms. o Portable air filling compressor, FF&E. o Paint grade hardwood veneer storage Audio /Visual Equipment shelving on wall standards and brackets in o Overhead projector (NIC) and motorized storage rooms projection screen(by GC) in the Training room o Stainless steel marine edge countertops o Blocking as required for TVs and monitors as in the kitchen, Plastic laminate at built-in desk required (provided as FF&E). or shelves in dormitories, and Quartz countertops elsewhere o Gear Grid metal lockers for turnout gear o Metal pan stairs with concrete treads to mezzanine(s) and between fire administration and fire station with an enhanced finish if there is a split level. Potentially (budget allowing),there could be a stair tower up to 2-1/2"stories high,used for training purposes, that might also serve as mezzanine access (and roof access if the design includes a portion of the building with flat roofs). o Window blinds o Recessed walk-off mat at public entry to fire administration o Tack and Marker Boards: Provided in office and training spaces as required. o Lighted display cabinet at mall area. 02 1 TOWN OF WESTLAKE FIRE/EMS STATION NO. 1 1 1 OTHER EQUIPMENT ALTERNATES FOR COST ESTIMATING Radio and Alerting Systems Potential alternates identified to date include the following: Radio and Alerting systems are proposed to be part of a separate contract from the construction contract. The A water feature along Davis Boulevard. This Alerting system will use low voltage lighting provided should be considered to be a natural water (retention with the alerting system, and will have interfaces pond or coy pond) feature connected to the drainage with other electrical and mechanical items (list to be swale area. determined),which will be provided in the construction Fueling system contract,by the plumber and electrician as applicable. Training and hose drying stair tower, say 3 stories high (55'-60'), 300 SF footprint, freestanding (not attached to the building), with open railings Public Address System at floor levels (tower is neither water tight nor conditioned). Tower to have a similar look and level of Speakers for Fire Station would be part of the alerting exterior finishes as compared o the building. Include a system,and at this time any public address is proposed motorized hose drying hoist system. Include mast(s)for to be over the phone system. A separate public cell antennae mounting. Tower is NOT a burn tower. address system is not anticipated. • Faux clay tile vs metal panel lock seam roof Structural slab bearing on piers, in lieu of spread footings (design recommendations from Access Control and Security geotechnical engineer are pending). The station is anticipated to need electronic access control at all exterior doors,and at interior doors from the public spaces to the Fire administration and Fire Station, as well as at an interior door to be located between fire station living quarters and apparatus bays. An intrusion detection system is anticipated in the fire administration area of the building only. There should also be planned for several security cameras as part of a video surveillance system, including and E-Commerce camera at the public parking lot. Furniture, Fixturing, and Equipment (FF&E) In addition to all furniture,this item includes all personal computers, printers, copiers, office equipment and supplies, janitorial equipment, residential appliances not part of the construction contract, dishes and cookware, and any other equipment and items that need to be included in the total project budget, as required to outfit the facility for operations. 02 1 TOWN OF WESTLAKE FIRE/EMS STATION NO. 1 13 03 1 TOWN OF WESTLAKE FIRE/EMS STATION NO. 1 15 SUPPORTING INFORMATION BUILDING CODE AND ZONING ORDINANCE PROJECT BUDGET SUMMARY: SUMMARY: At the time of project construction it is anticipated METHODOLOGY: that the Town of Westlake will follow the 2015 model Based on the concept floor plan and site plan,and the International Codes,and 2014 National Electric Code. recommendations contained in this report, Steele and According to Town Ordinance,a fire sprinkler system is Freeman and CCM prepared opinions of probable required for this building. The following is a summary construction costs, and BRW provided analysis to of the results derived from the building code and extrapolate this into a recommended total project zoning ordinance analysis. budget for funding purposes (refer to the Appendix). The projected Construction Cost Limit (CCL) is the Construction Type/ Sprinklered: projected general construction contract value, and The Construction Type shall be 2-B, or possibly 5-B these estimates include the projected construction cost with a fire suppression sprinkler system. escalation based upon current trends and completion of design documents in approximately 8 months. Occupancy and Allowable Area: Should the project be delayed or should unforeseen The facility is classified as Mixed Occupancy consisting cost escalation be observed between the completion of Business(B)and Storage Group (S-2.) The maximum of this study and the project bid, then the impact of allowable area for type 2-B is 109,250 square feet the actual construction cost escalation may need to which includes area increases for frontage and a be revisited. Since timing of funding mechanisms sprinkler system. This facility is programmed to be dictated that the cost estimating be performed earlier one-story with storage and mechanical mezzanines. in the development of the concept design than was originally intended, estimating methodology was to Zoning and Setbacks: be conservative on costs to ensure a viable project The property is or will be zoned for Public Use, but at the projected budget, but not so conservative that is generally subject to the typical Town of Westlake projections might expand the budget beyond current ordinances for adjacency to residential developments. needs. Should further budget review updates during The site could possibly be considered exempt from project design reveal that the budget estimates were certain zoning requirements because it is Town property, more conservative than anticipated then it is possible but for political reasons it is generally preferred to that one or more additional alternates might be follow all the standard Town requirements for private afforded. development. Robin McCaffrey of Mesa Planning assisted with interpretation and application of these standards for the purposes of this study. The building setbacks from the streets are 100 feet. Properly screened parking and drives will be allowed within this setback. A minimum 10-foot buffer zone to the North property line is desired by the Town but there is not a required setback for the North side of the property. The Town may request a restriction against building on the adjacent 20' width of the adjacent site to avoid fire rated exterior walls should this be required. This likely would not pose a current hardship to the adjacent property owner (Fidelity), since today this area is a narrow undeveloped strip between their loop road and the property line. 03 1 TOWN OF WESTLAKE FIRE/EMS STATION NO. 1 17 Additional Building Program Space: Due to current budget constraints, the proposed building program does not include the Fire Department's projected future needs for Station #1 and future growth of the department fire fighting and administrative staff. Although additional program space was not included as an alternate in the estimating, and therefore does not have budget numbers available, it was subsequently discussed that some of the proposed additional future additions to the building may be difficult or relatively costly to construct in future phases. Smaller additions are generally more costly per square foot to construct, and an efficient and functional layout for the current program and future planned expansion will require a future expansion to be planned as several small additions as opposed to one large one. Should budget be found to allow, including additional space in the building design might be an option to avoid larger future expansion costs and to provide capacity for future growth in the Fire Department's needs. If this is found to be the case, then the additional program would be prioritized according to criteria including most likely future needs and cost / benefit to the Town. It is the opinion of BRW and the cost estimating team that simultaneously accommodating both such additional program space and the above alternates within the proposed construction budget is extremely unlikely. 03 TOWN OF WESTLAKE FIRE/EMS STATION NO. 1 19 Westlake Fire Station / Fire Administration Space Pro ram BROWN REYNOLDS w HIIT CT 9 TECTS 'fflii Building Space Program November 15,2016 _P_RO0 G_RAM N E E D PROGRAM APPROX. FUTURE EXP. OCC ---SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS NOTES t AREA(SF) DIMENSIONS ••D Secure Vestibule 50 6'x8' 0 0 Air Lock for main public to Admin,connects to Break Lounge/Mall. Consider Access Control Break Lounge/Mall I Lobby 400 0 Open kitchenette concept with 1-2 small tables,comfortable sealing,coffee and refreshments bar,and some lockable storage for admin pantry/use. a Some public art and/or fire memoribilia display. Q. Access to administration,training,restrooms,and probably also fitness. Need to confirm SF required for this space's functions. Restrooms(2) 210 0 Possibly one with a shower if associated workout room. Mechanical/Custodial Room 300 150 HVAC,water heater,custodial,etc. Prefer hardened room for portion o (Mechanical Mezzanine?) serving the EOC. Could possibly be a mechanical mezzanine if it works out a in plan and massing. Electrical Main 160 60 Include in hardened area,main boards,distribution serving EOC,ATS for generator Telephone/Communications I IT 80 0 Include at least portion serving the EOC in the hardened area Training/EOC 600 600 Confirm area required to fit approximately 40 people,maybe a little smaller if required by budget. Training expansion could possibly be accomplished by larger facility built into future Station 2 and this space renovated into other admin expansion. Flexible furniture,wifi for flexibility. Projection,monitors, O and writing surfaces at walls m Full future program includes EOC stations for 4-5 departments,3-4 workstations each EOC Break-Out Space N/A N/A Command&conference room separated from rest of EOC room by moveable partition. Ability to pull up multiple feeds. Accommodates 10 people at a table. Training Storage 120 10'x 12' 60 Manequins,props,overflow furnishings Fitness Room 0 0 See Fire Station,may be accessed from Mall area and possibly used/ shared by other than Fire Fighters Reception Office 0 10'02' 120 2 Visual control of entry vestibule and/or Mall Door to chief office? Not required Fire Chief Office 170 12'x 14' 0 2 Assistant Chief Office 120 10'x 12' 30 2 Fire Marshal Office 160 11'x 14' 160 2 Space for both work station,drawings review at workroom only I.o, Office closets(3) 0 Tx 4'ea 40 0 Storage and coal closets 2 Conference Room 170 12'x 14' 0 10 To accommodate 8 persons Copy Room/Work Room I 250 12'x 20' 0 3 Copy/office supply/office work space. Network Copier,drawing files,work Plans Storage table,similar accommodations to Azel and Roanoke aUnisex Restroom/Shower(1) 80 8'x 9' 80 0 Male/Female,or 2 unisex Kitchenette/Break Room 0 14'x 20' 0 10 Deleted,use Mall area as Admin break room Evidence/Investigation Storage 0 11'x 12'-8" 160 1 Arson investigation/storage,hardened/secure construction Records/Archive Storage 10 8'x 10' 70 1 Future general and archive admin storage. Provide a pantry sized cabinet or closet for initial building. Future room size was reduced since records are shifting to more electronic. Public Lobby(for Fire Station) 0 12'x 10' 0 6 'Public Handicap Restroom(Unisex) 0 8'x 9' 0 0 a. Treatment Room/Police Report 0 8'x 10' 80 2 Near lobby but behind secure door,or may be used as police report room Watch Room 200 12'x 16' 0 3 3 or 4 workspaces,adjacent to App Bay Captain's Office/Sleeping 240 22'x 10' 0 2 Separate office and sleeping rooms Officers'Restroom 110 8'x 12' 0 0 Shared between 2 offices(confirm) Lieutenant Office/Sleeping 0 20'x 10' 220 2 Separate office and sleeping rooms Shift Commander Office/Sleeping 0 250 3 Separate office and sleeping rooms Shift Commander Restroom 0 8'x 11' 90 0 Private restroom Sleeping Rooms(4 initial,9 total in future) 400 9'x 11' 550 9 9 private bedrooms,with study desk,captain bed,and 3 shift lockers in each room Fire Fighter Restrooms(2 initial,4 total in 200 9'x 11' 220 0 single user restroom/showers future) Dayroom 450 24'X 30' 300 49 Plan for 5 recliners initial,12 future.Separate room from kitchen/dining. (Trophy club is 260 SF,but not based on recliners,so could maybe tighten N up. Maybe 350 minimum?) Kitchen and Pantries 550 22'x 25' 0 6 One shared walk-in Pantry+3 shift small reach-in pantries or tall cabinets. One shared standing refrigerator and one standing freezer. CO 8 burner range,with Type 1 hood,2 Dishwashers,and UC Ice. Prefer to plan for dining for 6-person table in this space and expand kitchen r U) later with new dining addition in future. (Trophy club was 575,but we may be T able to tighten up a little) LL aDi Dining 0 20'x 25' 500 34 Include outdoor covered patio. Open to kitchen o Physical Training ' 400 24'x 33' 400 16 Exercise equipment,fans. Increasing the size of this room to-600 SF is a secondary priority after 4th bay,to be more functional. •May be open to other City Staff use,and if so locate with access from EOC U break/lounge area. Include a few lockers or small locker/changing area for other than Fire staff. EMS Storage 130 8'X 16' 30 1 Bulk/Secure storage, Special storage requirements: TBD Portion of room for daily use,no separate closet planned at this time Laundry Room 150 12'x 15' 0 3 Plan to allow 2 Washers,2 Dryers in stacking configuration,large bowl sink, folding countertop or table,storage cabinets Janitorial Closet with Storage 80 10'x 12' 40 1 Mop sink,water heater,cleaning supplies IDF 45 6'x 7' 0 0 Fire station IT/communications etc.(assuming distance requires a second room from main) Air Locks(2) 95 5'x 8' 0 0 Air locks to control fume migration from app bays into fire station. Wide crash bars preferred. Include 15 SF for ice machine in one air lock. HVAC Mezzanine Stair 200 0 0 Mezzanine air handlers for fire station side,in attic space. Consider possibility of extending this as a 2-1/2 story training element. Apparatus Bays(4 bays) 5,760 20'wide ea 0 24 3 double stack,pull-through bays,-72'clear depth with outward swinging four-fold doors on front side. Adding the 4th bay rather than as a future bay is a priority,budget allowing. Bunker Gear Lockers 220 20'x 22' 220 2 Provide for 15-20 geargrid lockers,ventilation with direct outside air intake and door to bays. LED lighting. Do not combine with extractor room. Extractor&Decon Room 160 12'x 13' 0 4 Extractor washer with trench drain. No gear dryers. Opposite wall or side of room could be truck rag/towel laundry. Include space for rolling gear rack over floor drain for drip dry prior to taking to gear room. Decon with 6 LF odeep sink with drainboards. Tx T mop sink but no EM shower. some v backboard storage. Confirm room size to fit this. m E Oil Rags Laundry 30 13.5'3.5' 0 2 1 washer,1 dryer,mop sink.In alcove facing app bay H SCBA/shop 120 12'x 15' 0 4 Breathing air compressor and storage for a few tall tanks Moveable work table or bench. SCBA will not be on casters Workroom/Tools/Shop 120 12'x 10' 0 4 Small tools storage/workshop,work bench with vice,no welding required. Electrical Distribution 40 30 0 Electrical distribution panels General Storage/Quartermaster 120 80 1 Uniforms,bunker gear,training etc. Mechanical Room/Mezzanine' 650 200 3 Air Conditioning air handler mezzanine Attic Mezzanine Storage' 600 600 2 Overflow storage shell spaicr> Fire/Domestic Risers 50 6'x 8' 50 1 Assume direct outside door or in bay alcove Hose Storage 36 12'x 3' 0 1 Hose Storage Room or alcove off of bays SUB-TOTALNote: Future Expansion space is net additional SF Vit•!• � L:+'.(r �. ,fa: _ __ �'.i. _ , TOTAL •• Ballpark budget calculations Current Scope Future Addition SF Cost @$400/SF $6,393,000 $2,295,000 Construction contingency @ 4% $255,720 $91,800 Owner's Development costs at 35% $2,237,550 $803,250 Escalation for addition,say 3%for 8 yrs $0 $1,010,637 Total Budget ballpark $8,886,270 $4,200,687 Areas in red are not included in the building footprint square feet calculations for the following reasons: I. Assumed to be shared between Fire Administration and EOC/Training. 3. Mezzanine spaces will not add to building footprint. REMAINDER I I LOT 1, — FIDELITY INVESTMENTS ADDITION CABINET A,SLIDE 11040, I I Q P.R.T.C.T. I R=7042689. 9 E=1370841 I I TELEPHONE i d lI I MANHOLE _!TREPHONE 3. (� Er-1/2 IRON ROD m ' HOLE- t 4 WRIT-GN'CAP T 36 BURIED CABLE WARNING SIGN i 11=24 37' 49' exaEo CABLE `. FIRE R=1100.00' �� WARNING SIGN I — HYDRANT i -- ,o. 100'FRONT YARD i T-240.14! � A �A� \ y,��7• 1 - i - SETBACK I l 7 \ - F[DEItiY �dVE5TR1�. �2 ZZ L47287 EtT5'ADOTtNPWASE 1 N609'S8N6 ACRES) Lc=469.24 3 ) 1 I'• EauNo IIi GRENADA \ �,. !I Yti1/GAI CAPR�`�I &DOT \\\ MONUMENTi LOT 51,BLOCK A \ \ TELEPHONE tddN HOLE ', y` r N0.D215042341, � � DOC.C.C.P.R.T.C.T.34 t > A=8" 51 52 1 ts'UNDERGROUND \M471 ttOLE =26' 52 5� I UTILITY EASEMENT (' R=1617.50' R=994.00' CABINET A,SLIDE-11 ?t ELECTRICI I P.R.T. Y. I') VAULT T=125.38! I � I �"�, `t T=237.54' I �. - ,I r L=250.25' -OT 15 1 I <`� L=4$6. F' I 54 00'24'W BLITY EASEMENT ( SIDEWALK ` I NET A., ; I I LOT 18 I k�kJ� i�r 1 " SIDE 1,1040,t I LOT 19 �I � ( 'v� �; FRTCT �I, AIR I f RELEASE 38}INCH! TELEPHONE /I'i r VALVE CONCRETE MAN HOLE \ ) BURIED CULVERT )I- GABLE GAS WARNING SIGN k "; wN I Y \ GAS v WARNING TEST \ � � •. ! IT r j2 !` SIP Q '� _ LOT 20 _ ______� \ `�� MAN HOLEJC J/ TRAFFIC SIGN F�HOLE[ / \ SPEED LIMIT LANDSCAPE LIGHT LOT 17 VEQUERO RESIDENTIAL ADDITION, ' ` GAS STORM (TYP.4 PIACES) - CABINET A,SLIDE 7369,P.R.T.C.T. MAN HOLE PMK W m=L N=7042284.359 STORM SEWER E=2371806.333 MAN HOLE t SET 1/2 IRON ROD _ - \ CURB INLET WITH'GN'CAP LOT 26 LOT 21 CSG \ I LOT 27 LOT 22 \ /\ LOT 25 \\ \ \\ I / \ I POLYGON ENTERPRISES INC., LOT 4R VOLUME 9339,PAGE 1071, LOT 28 D.R.7.C.T. 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NO. 10212 BnOWN REYNOLDS WATFORD Concept Massing Diagram ARCHITECTS 04 BUDGET ESTIMATES Steele& Freeman, Inc. WFSTLAKE FIIIE STATION No.I ALT.No.2-WATER FEATURE Construction Managers BRW ARCHITECTS TOTAL MATERIAL 31,920 General Contractors TOTAL LABOR 0 1301 Lowson Rooa Fott W1oh,'Ibsas 76131 -0917 Ph:817.232.4742 Fx:817.232.9113 10/18/2016 TOTAL SUBCONTRACT 370,770 TOTAL OTHER 0 TOTAL EQUIPMENT 0 SALESTAX 0 CONSTRUCTION CONTINGENCY 4.00"A 19,392 POND=360,000 GAL(3'A%'(;.DrrH.) 8 MO.INFLATION 2.00% 9,696 15,100 SF OVERHEAD FEE 5.00% 24,240 P&P BONDS 1.1611/. 5,624 SUBCONTRACTOR INSURANCE 1.50% 5,562 GENERAL/EXCESS LIABILITY 0.51% 2,472 BUILDERS RISK 0.12% 582 CM FEE 3.0011/. 14,544 GMP 5484,802 31,920 0 370,770 0 0 0 402,690 UNIT TOTAL UNIT TOTAL UNIT TOTAL UNIT TOTAL UNIT TOTAL SALES LINE SUBCONTRACTOR/ ITEM DESCRIPTION QTY. UNIT MATERIAL MATERIAL LABOR LABOR SUB SUB OTHER OTHER EQUIP EQUIP TAX TOTAL SUPPLIER DIV.31-32 EARTHWORK&EXT.IMPROVEMENTS 372,690.00 EM AVATL POND 2600 Cy 0.00 0.00 6.00 15,600.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 15,600.00 HAUL SI'011ti 3380 CY0.00 0.00 9.00 30,420.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 30,420.00 Er\I1TII\C'(ll(K-SPIE GRADING 3900 Sr 0.00 0.00 2.50 9,750.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 9,750.00 CONCRETE POND WALL(i2"X 4'X 650 2600 SF 0.00 0.00 68.00 176,800.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 176,800.00 RUBBER POND LINER 19200 SF 0.00 0.00 1.75 33,600.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 33,600.00 CUT LUNWSTON BOULDERS(2X2X6) 420 TON 76.00 31,920.00 0.00 80,00 33,600.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 65,520.00 FOUNTAIN FEATURL ALLOWANCE 1 IS 0.00 0.00 18/)00.011 18,000.00 0.00 0.001 0.00 18,000.00 DIV.26 JELECTRICAL 23,000.00 ELHC1'IiICAL I IS0.00 0.00 0.00 15,000.00 15,000.0 0.00 0.00 0.00 15,000.00 LIGI IT&CONTIMI S 1 IS 0.00 0.00 0.00 8,000.00 8,000.0 0.00 0.00 0.00 8,000.00 DIV.33 UTILITIES 30,000.00 DO\IESTICWATEA 1 IS 0.00 0.00 I5IID0.00 15,000.001 0.001 0.00 0.00 15,000.00 SAN ITNIY SEWER ISri25 SF 0.00 0.00 01.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 STOR6I I IS 0.00 0.00 15,000.00 15,000.00 0.001 0.00 0.00 15,000.00 1IREPROTECTION -Circ u 750 SF 0.00 111111 0.00 3.00 2,250.0 l.00F 0.00 0.00 2,250.00 DIV.22 PLUMBING 6,500 ROOF DRAINS I EA 0.00 (1.11(1 0.00 6,500.00 6,500.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 6,500.00 DIV.23 MECHANICAL 7,500 VENTILATION I G\ 0.00 ((O(1 0.00 7,5011A0 7,500.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 7,500.00 DIV.26 ELECTRICAL 21,750 ELE(:7'RI(:AL 750 SF 0.00 0.00 0.00 22.00 16,500.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 16,500.00 LIGI IT&CONTROI S 750 SF 0.00 11.011 0.00 7.01) 5,250.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 5,250.00 DIV.28 ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURFPY 750 FIRE ALARM. 750 SF 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.00 750.0 IAO 0.00 0.00 750.00 WrSTL Steele - a-genian, Inc. Project:BRWA r1IiC:FIRE STATION Nu.1 ALT.No.1-HOSE-TRAINING TOWER Canatruc(ion Managers Architect.BRW r\HCI IITECI'S TOTAL MATERIAL 51,060 General C-rectors e) Dated: TOTAL LABOR 2,730 ,.-.v2-4x�. n nx ano SFI Job NO:4917 Dated:10/18/2016 TOTAL SUBCONTRACT 209,105 TOTAL OTHER 0 TOTAL EQUIPMENT 0 SALES TAX 0 CONSTRUCTION CONTINGENCY 4.00".6 12,637 8 NIO.INFLATION 2.10% 6,318 16:1606 OVERHEAD FEE 5.0096 15,796 4'parapet P&P BONDS 1.16% 3,665 SUBCONTRACTOR INSURANCE 1.50% 3,137 GENERAL/EXCESS LIABILITY 0.5195, 1,611 BUILDERS RISK 0.12% 379 CM FEE 3,00% 9,477 GMP 5315,')14 51,060 2,730 2119,104.5 0 11 11 262.895 UNIT TOTAL UNIT TOTAL UNIT TOTAL UNIT TOTAL UNIT TOTAL SALES LINE ITEM ITEM DESCRIPTION QTY. UNIT MATERIAL. MATERIAL LABOR LABOR SUB SUB OTHER OTHER EQUIP EQUIP TAX TOTAL DIV.03 CONCRETE 16,640 FOUNDATION 256 SF 0.00 0.00 0.00 65.00 16,640.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 16,640.00 DIV.04 MASONRY 107,520 CMU 2560 SF 0.00 (1.011 0.00 24.00 61,440.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 61,440.00 13RICK VENEER 2,560 1 0.00 0.00 18.00 46,080.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 46,080.00 D[V.05 IMETALS 62,112 ROOI'STRUC'RiRE 1'AIIRICA'1'ION&EIU:(.TI( 256 SI; 2-00 5,632.00 0.00 12.110 3,072.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 8,704,00 FLOOR STRUC['URES(214-A) 512 SF 19.00 9,728.00 0.00 I5110 7,680.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 17,408.00 STAIRS 3 FA 1(1,21X).110 30,600.00 0.00 1,800.011 5,400.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 36,000.00 DIV.06 WOOD,PLASTICS&COMPOSITES 3,750 ROUGH CARPENTRY 750 SF 2.,00 1,500.00 3.011 2,250.00 0.(X) 0,0 1.00 0.00 0.00 3,7.50.00 DIV.07 THERMAL&MOISTURE PROTECTION 6,532 ROOFING 256 SF 0.00 11.1111 U.UU 2'_.UU 5,632.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 5,632.00 ROOF HA'T'CH 1 Er\ 0.00 0.00 0.00 9011.110 900.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 900.00 DIV.09 OPENINGS 4091 I IM DOOR,FRA61F5,1-IDIX' 3 G1 I,^_110.011 3,600.00 160.1111 480.00 3.50 10.5 1.00 0.00 0.00 4,090.50 Sl' 0.00 0.00 0.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 DIV.09 FINISHES 23,500 PAINTING 5(1011 SF 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.50 7,500.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 7,500.00 DIV.10 SPECIALTIES 18,150 HOSE REEL AI.I.O\VANCEI IS 0.110 0.00 0,00 0.00 161100.00 16,000.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 16,000.00 1 LS 11.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 DIV.21 FIRE SUPPRESSION 2,250 Steele&Freeman, Inc. Project:\e'ESTIAKE FIRE STATION No.I Construction Managers Architect:BRVV ARCI wrECI'S General Contractors Dated: 1301 1- .Rout IM%V-h.1.-76131 SFI Job NO:4917 i'h'617.232.4742 F.:817.232M 13 Dated:10/18/2016 SITE WORK TOTAL MATERIAL 0 TOTAL LABOR 0 TOTAL SUBCONTRACT 824,667 TOTAL OTHER 0 TOTAL EQUIPMENT 0 SALES TAX 0 TOTAL GMP ESTIMATE 824,667 U 0 824,667.0 (1 0 0 9 824,667 TOTALMO-00 UNIT TOTAL SUB UNIT TOTAL UNIT TOTAL SALES LINE SUBCONTRACTOR/ ITEM DESCRIPTION QTY. UNIT MATERIAL OR SUB SUB GUARD OTHER OTHER EQUIP EQUIP TAX TOTAL SUPPLIER DIV.31 EARTHWORK 79,056.70 OFF srrE-STREET MEDIAN CROSSOVER 450 SF 0.00 30.00 13,500.0 0.00 0.00 0.00 13,500.00 EARTHWORK-SITE GRADING 218529 SF 0.00 0.30 65,558.7 0.00 0.00 0.00 65,558.70 DIV.32 EXT.IMPROVEMENTS 581,496.25 7"CONC.PAVING 43256 SF 0.00 6.00 259,536.0 0.00 0.00 0.001 259,536.00 5"CONC.PAVING 7246 SF 0.00 0.00 5.25 38,041.5 0.00 0.00 0.00 38,041.50 T'CON(.SIDE\�'ALIC I5f)IS SP 0.00 0.00 4.25 63,813.8 0.00 0.00 0.00 63,813.75 8'ORNAMENTAL FENCING 303 LF 0.00 0.00 35.00 10,605.0 0.00 0.00 0.00 10,605.00 8'6fASONIIY SCREfiN WALL 380 IT 0.00 0.00 125.01) 47,500.0 0.00 0.00 0.00 47,50(1.00 DUHIPSTER GATES I IS 0.00 0.00 12,900.011 12,000.0 0.00 0.000.00 12,000.00 LANDSCr\PIi AND IRRIGATION I US0.00 0.00 ISf1,I1111L0U 150,000.0 0.00 0.00 0.00 150,000.00 DIV.33 UTILITIES 119,112.00 2"DODIESTIC W VFElt 140 LF 0.00 0.00 24.0!1 3,360.0 0.00 0.00 0.00 3,360.00 8"SANITAW Sl:wfi.lt 220 SF 0.00 0.00 3100 6,820.0 0.00 0.00 0.00 6,820.00 8"FIRE WATER 150 LF 0.00 0.00 35.00 5,250.0 0.00 0.00 0.00 5,250.00 BORE SS CINDER DOVE 95 I.F 0.00 0.00 250.00 23,750.00.00 0.00 0.00 23,750.00 5TUR0I 15983 SF 0.00 0.00 4.00 63,932.0 0.00 0.00 0.00 63,932.00 SIGNALI%ATION 2 IIA 0.00 0.00 8,00!1.011 16,000.0 0.00 0.00 0.00 16,000.00 '.BORE FOR SIG\,\IS IHO LP 0.00 0.00 250.00 45,000.0 0.00 0.00 0.00 45,000.00 DIV.09 FINISHES 579,371) SUSPENDED MFS CEILING AT All,HAYS 15,983 SF U.N. 0.00 I'M 0.00 3.51, 55,940.5 1.00 0.00 0.00 55,940.50 DRYWALL h ACOUSTICAL CEILINGS 15,983 Sr U.IW 0.00 UAU 0.00 15.50 247,736.5 1.00 0.00 0.00 247,736.50 PORCELAIN WALL TR LG 15,983 SF 0.INI 0.00 IIO1 0.00 10.00 159,830.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 159,830.00 SIN ALCONCRETE FLOOR(ELET.RISF:R,X1E' 15,983 SF 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.85 13,585.6 1.00 0.00 0.00 13,585.55 POLISI IED CONC.AT APPARATUS HAI' 5,770 SF 0.00 0.00 0.00 0,00 150 25,965.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 25,965.00 514)RT FIAOR FLOORING AT i'XF CISh (MONDO) 1.370 SF RIO-- 0.00 01X1 0.00 %'X, 12,330.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 12,330.00 PAINTING 15,983 SF II,IW 0.00 f,.(X,l 0.00 4011 63,932.0 I.MI 0.00 0.001 63,932.00 DIV.IU SPECIALTIES 59,700 SIGNAGI: I IS II.IW 0.00 11.1111 0.00 5,19W.O1 5,000.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 5,0001)0 I'Lu2UE 1 L5 (1.100 0,00 RINI 0.00 45(00.(X1 2,500.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 2,500.00 IIIINKER GEAR LOCKERS(24"a 72') 1 LS 0.01 0.00 001 0.00 f 1,2(W.(W 11,200.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 11,200.00 I I RE EXTINGUISH ERS h CABINETS I IS 01.1 0.00 U.(X) 0.00 15,0W.(W 16,000.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 16,000.00 101 LET PARTITIONS h.ACCESSORIM I Ls 0.1X1 0.00 RIX) 0.00 25,1X00.100 25.000.01 1.00 0.00 0.00 25,000.00 DIV.II jrQuiPmENT %'000 KITC.HLN API'LIANCEALLOWANCE I IS U.IW 0.00 1101 0.00 56,INW.IW 56,000.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 56,000.00 DIV,12 FURNISHINGS 7992 VF TICALMANDS 15,98.3 Sr 1(100 0.00 00) 0.00 0.511 7,991.5 1.00 0.00 0.00 7,991.50 DIV.14 CONVEYING EQUIPMENT 0 I IYDRAULIC ELEVATOR.2 STOPS 0 LS II IXI 0.00 RUO 0.00 0.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 DIV.21 FIRE SUPPRESSION 31,966 I-IRE PROTECTION I-r-P=P) 15.983 SF 11.1,0 0.00 II,W 0.00 2.01 31,966.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 31,966.00 DIV.22 PLUMBING 206.796 : PLL'hIBINGW/CONDENSATEDI431NS 15,983 IF II.IW 0.00 0.01 0.00 1201 191,7%.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 191,796.00 'F GKL\SE TRAP I IS II.IW 0.00 RINI 0.00 153X00300 15,000.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 15,000.00 DIV.23 MECHANICAL 383,592 I IVAC-I NCLL'DES'AIRXIATION 15,983 Sr II.IW 0,00 110) 0.00 NO! 383,592.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 381,592.00 DIV.26 ELECTRICAL 480,558 ELECTRICAL 15.993 SF U.INI 0.00 U.IN) 0.00 IB.W 287,694.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 287,6941)0 LIGDT&CONTROLS 15.983 SP (1.100 0.00 11O1 01)0 SAM 127,864.0 1.00 D.00 0.00 127,864.00 GENERATOR 1 LS 0.00 IXINI 0.00 65,(NW.O1 65,000.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 65,000.00 DIV.b 8LEC1'RONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY 15953 FIREALAR.V. 15,983 SF IXIW 0.00 I119I 0.00 I,UU 15,9310 1.00 0.00 0.00 15,953.00 Stccic&Frccman,Inc. Ptn]ecO WESTLANE FIRESTATION N,I MAIN BUILDING PACKAGE Conswelion Manngets Atchitecn BRW ARCIIITE(T5 TOTAL MATERIAL205,382 GOoneml Cont-ton TOTAL LABOR 106,287 rn:Nn.mi.'ni:'r;�'iv.mx oln Dated: SF[Job No;4917 Dated;10/18/2016 TOTAL SUBCONTRACT 4,151,561 TOTALOTHER 0 TOTAL EQUIPMENT 0 SALESTAX 0 279 TOTAL GMP ESTIMATE 4,463,229 205,392 1116,287 4,151 61(- 0 11 0 4,463,229 UNIT TOTAL UNIT TOTAL UNIT TOTAL UNIT TOTAL UNIT TOTAL SALES LINE ITEM ITE-NI DESCRIPTION QTY. UNIT MATERIAL MATERW. LABOR LABOR SUB SUR OTHER OTHER EQUIP EQUIP TAX TOTAL DIV.00 TORNADOSHELTER 0 TORN,U)0 SHELTER hINNI SF ZUNI 0.00 0.00 0.00 611.11 120,000.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 120,000.00 DIV..03 CONCRETE 535,750 _..___ SUSPLNDLDSWIAT 8IAIN RIDG 10,055 SF 00I 0.00 0.00 0.00 320J 321,760.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 321,760.00 SUSPL•NDED SLAB AT APPARATUS BAY S,TU SI' 00) 0.00 1W, 0.00 37.INI 217,490.0 1.0011 0.00 0.00 213,490.00 DIV.04 MASONRY 767,15/ M.\S(1NR\ II.INI 0.00 1,110 0.00 4N.INI 767,I94.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 767,194.00 DIV.05 METALS 279,703 ROOF ITRU(TURE FABRICATION h ERE(TI( 159X3 SF 12.11 191,796.00 5.511 87,906.50 f dixi 0.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 279,702.50 DIV.06 WOOD,PLASTICS&COMPOSITES 14311,17 ROUGHCARPI; TRY 15.983 SF 0.85 13,585.55 1.15 18,.180.45 NNI 0.0 Lot) 0.00 0.00 31,966.00 FIN ISI IF:D CARPENTRY 15,9X3 SF 1110 0.00 RIXI 0.00 7.19, 111,581.0 LN 0.00 0.00 111,881.00 DIV.07 THERMAL&MOISTURE PROTECTION 352,424 PERIMETER FOAM INSULATION(RIO) 1 ALLOW 0.01 0.00 11.11 0.00 25.(9111.1) 25,000.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 25,000.011 .6IETALRO017ING 23,191 SF IIID 0.00 II.INI 0.00 13.11 301,493.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 301,493.00 CAULMNG&DAMPPROOFING WALL CAVITY 15,9X3 1( 11.11 0.00 N.W 0.00 3.50 55,940.5 1.00 0.00 0.00 55,940.50 DIV.08 OPENINGS 412,916 I INI FRAMES&DOO&S 15,9X.{ SF 001 0.00 0000 0.00 .3.50 55,940.5 1.00 0.00 0.00 55,940.50 FINISH HARDWARE 15,993 Sr 0.191 0,00 0.01 0.00 221, 35,162.6 1.00 0.00 0.00 35,162.60 DOOR AND HARDWARE INSTALLATION 15,993 SF O.W 100 0.01 0.00 1.00 151983.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 15,953.00 011 DOORS 4 CA 01141 0.00 omj 0.00 7,50D.W 30,000.0 1.00 0.00 OR 30,000.00 III SPLED DOORS 4 EA 0.00 0.00 O.ql 0.00 2'),1X10.13 116,000.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 116,000.00 EXIP.RIOR STOREFRONT GLASS&ALUM. 15,9X3 SF OA 0.00 0.0(1 0.00 woo 159,830.0 1.00 0.00 0.00 159,530.00 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Steele&Freeman,Inc. Project:WNSTIAKE FUtE STATION Nu.1 Construction Managers Architect:BRW!ARCHITECTS TOTAL MATERIAL 1,300 General Contractors Dated: TOTAL LABOR 31,200 13011-1..R...d Pmt Wrath.Tc...76131 SFI Job No:4917 11h:917.232.4742 F.:x17.2329113 Dated:10/18/2016 TOTAL SUBCONTRACT 17,791 TOTAL OTHER 58,545 TOTAL EQUIPMENT 32,550 SALES TAX 2,685 TOTAL GMP ESTIMATE 144,071 1,300 31,200 17,791 58,545 32,550 2,685 1441171 UNIT TOTAL UNIT TOTAL UNIT TOTAL UNIT TOTAL UNIT TOTAL SALES LINE ITEM ITEM DESCRIPTION QTY. UNIT MATERIAL MATERIAL LABOR LABOR SUB SUB OTHER OTHER EQUIP EQUIP TAX TOTAL DIV.OI GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 144,071.03 00 if)() ALLOWANCES 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 ON SITE ELECTRICAL-ALLOWANCE I LS 0.00 0.00 8.0110.()0 8,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 8,000.00 01120 PERMITS&FEES 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 -BUILDING PERMIT FEE I LS 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 -PIJ\N IiE\TGIC+FEIi 1 IS 0.00 0.00 0.001 0.001 0.00 0.001 0.00 -I\IPACT PEEs-WATER 1 LS 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 -SWFPP FEES 1 0.00 0.00 0.00 375.00 375.00 0.00 0.00 375.00 014011 TERIPORARYSTOItAGE 0.00 0.00 0.00 150.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 PIAN REPRODUCTION EXPENSE 1 IS 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,5110.00 1,500.00 0.00 0.00 1,500.00 TOILET FACILITIES 12 110 0.00 0.00 0.00 660.00 7,920.00 0.00 0.00 7,920.00 01790 1-IOISTING&E UIPIMENT RENTAL 18 WILS 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,6011.00 28,800.00 2,376.00 31,176.00 TEMP EI.rC-I'RIC 10 6R> 0.00 0.00 0.00 600.00 6,000.00 0.00 0.006,000.00 START UP ELECI-RIC 2 110 0.00 0.00 0.00 2,800.00 5,600.00 0.00 0.00 5,600.00 TEMP\\'ATER I IS 0.00 0.00 0.00 2,500.00 2,500.00 0.00 0.00 2,500.00 TEMP HEAT 4 MU 0.00 0.00 0.00 55001 2,200.00 0.00 o.00 2,200.00 Olt SIGN&SAFETY SIGNS 1 LS 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,500.00 1,500.00 0.00 0.00 1,500.00 TEMP FENCING 2,51111 I.F 0.00 0.00 0.00 3.50 8,750.00L511 3,750.00 309.38 72,809.38 TEMP FENCING GATES 4 EA 0.00 0.00 250.00 1,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,000.00 PAILTTI\IE SECURITY PEItSONNEL 0 WKS 0.00 0.001 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 BARRICADES/TRAFFIC CONTROL 30 DAYS 0.00 0.00 0.00 50.1111 1,500.00 0.00 0.00 1,500.00 SAFETY RAILS&COVERS 0 LF 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 GENLRAL SAFETY 1 IS 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,200.()0 1,200.00 0.00 0.00 1,200.00 019(1O 108 CLEANUP 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 -GENEItAL CLEANUP 52 W,KS 25 1,300.00 600.00 31,200.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 32,500.00 -FINAL CLEANUP 15,983 SF 0.00 0.00 0.55 8,790.65 0.00 0.00 0.00 8,790.65 TRASH DUAIPSTER-TRASH 30 CY LOADS 30 LOADS 0.00 10.00 0.00 65(!(1(1 19,500.00 0.00 0.00 19,500.00 Steele & Freeman, Inc. Construction Managers General Contractors �Project:WESTLAKE FIRE STATION No.1 1Lets.'[toad Architect:BRW ARCHITECT'S .,z oR worm.Tuxes 76131 Yh:817.232.4742 I+x:817.232.9113 Dated: GMP SUMMARY SFI Job No: 4917 TOTAL MATERIAL 206,682 Dated: 10/18/2016 TOTAL LABOR 137,487 LABOR BURDEN 38.00% 52,245 TOTAL SUBCONTRACT 4,994,018 TOTAL OTHER 58,545 TOTAL EQUIPMENT 32,550 SALES TAX 2,685 CONSTRUCTION CONTINGENCY 4.00% 264,060 8 MO.INFLATION 2.00°/, 132,030 OVERHEAD FEE 5.00% 330,075 P&P BONDS 1.16'% 76,577 SUBCONTRACTOR INSURANCE 1.50% 74,910TOTAL SF $SF GENERAL/EXCESS LIABILITY 0.51% 33,668 15,983 413.03 BUILDERS RISK 0.12% 7,922 CM FEE 3.000A 198,045 GMP $6,601,499 206,681.55 137,486.95 4,994,018.25 58,545.00 32,550.00 2,695.38 5,431,967.13 TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL LINE ITEM DESCRIPTION MATERIAL LABOR SUBCONTRACT OTHER EQUIPMENT SALES TAX TOTAL GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 1,300 31,200 17,791 58,545 32,550 2,685 144,071 BUILDING PACKAGE 205,382 106,287 4,151,561 0 0 0 4,463 229 SITE WORK U 0 824,667 0 0 0 824,667 ALTERNATE 1-ADD TRAINING TOWER 315,914 A;TERMATE 2-ADD WATER FEATURE 484,802 Town of Westlake FIRE STATION #1 / FIRE ADMINISTRATION Westlake, Texas Concept Design Submittal Opinion of Probable Construction Cost October 20, 2016 Submitted to: BRW Architects, Inc. 3535 Travis Street, Suite 250 Dallas, TX 75204 Tel: 214.528.8704 Fax: 214.528.8707 Submitted by: CCM Construction Services, LLC PO Box 120455 Arlington, TX 76012-0455 Tel: 214.906.8751 Tel: 214.354.0405 r-.- - E7 AW /L_ I� WR CONSTRUCTION SERVICES ~� Cost; & Schedule �� Town of Wesflak@ JStatement of P"robabt� o�rsfrc� tlr>'n+Cosfs ; � t { �IR�STATIC}N#'I !Ad��N} TRI�TCC?� i } t x t r t { c►r��+�p�E°�eslgir� C�cft►�e�r, �0 Cost Project Work Element October,2016 Site Development $ 1,325,337 New Building (Fire Station and Administration) $ 3,788,356 SUBTOTAL-DIRECT COST $ 5,113,693 Mark-ups DESIGN CONTINGENCY $ 383,527 7.50% GENERAL CONDITIONS $ 329,833 6.00% ESCALATION (2) $ 247,650 4.25% OVERHEAD $ 121,494 2.00% FEE, CMaR $ 278,829 4.50% BOND/INSURANCE/PERMITS $ 97,125 1.50% SUBTOTAL -MARK-UPS $ 1,458,458 TOTAL PROJECTED CONSTRUCTION COST $ 6,572,151 TOTAL SF 15,983 COST PER SF-WITHOUT MARK-UPS $319.95 COST PER SF-WITH MARK-UPS $411.20 COST PER SF-WITHOUT MARK-UPS(BUILDING ONLY) $237.02 COST PER SF-WITH MARK-UPS(BUILDING ONLY) $304.62 Direct Total ALTERNATES Cost w/Mark-Ups ALT1: Water Feature Along Davis Blvd. $ 75,000 $ 96,390 ALT2: Fueling Systems,Assumes(1 EA)1,000 Gal.A/G Tank $ 50,000 $ 64,260 ALT3: Training and Hose Drying Stair Tower,3-Stories $ 250,000 $ 321,302 ALT4: Faux Clay Tile Roof in Lieu of Standing Seam Metal Panel $ (70,291) $ (90,338) ALTS: Structural Slab Bearing on Piers in Lieu of Spread Footings $ 161,756 $ 207,890 Notes: 1)Estimate Based on Concept Design Drawings and Narratives Received Through October 19,2016. 2)Escalation is Calculated to Midpoint of Construction,say February,2018(3.0%per Year for 17 Months). 3)Estimate Includes Construction Costs Only;Other Costs Such as Design Fees, Furniture, Fixtures,and Equipment(FF&E), New and Relocations,and Owner Project Administration Are Excluded. 4)The Estimate Reflects Costs For a Typical Number of Bidders,say 4 to 8. Estimated Potential Cost Adjustments are Plus 5%to 15%for<4 Bidders and Minus 10%to 15%for>8 Bidders. CCM CONSTRUCTION SERVICES,LLC 10/20/2016 1 of 9 Summary Town of Westlake Statement of Probable Construction Costs FIRE STATION#1/ADMINISTRATION New Building,Site Development,and Alternates Concept Design: October,2016 Item Cost Division 1-General Requirements $ 32,000 Temporary Facilities and Controls $ 32,000 Division 3-Concrete $ 357,506 Cast-in-Place Concrete $ 357,506 Division 4-Masonry $ 385,456 Masonry $ 31,400 Unit Masonry $ 234,965 Stone Assemblies $ 119,091 Division 5-Metals $ 516,866 Metals $ 25,000 Structural Metal Framing $ 266,101 Metal Decking $ 52,032 Cold-Formed Metal Framing $ 151,514 Metal Fabrications $ 22,220 Division 6-Wood,Plastics,and Composites $ 20,000 Rough Carpentry $ 20,000 Division 7-Thermal and Moisture Protection $ 484,741 Thermal Protection $ 88,358 Steep Slope Roofing $ 180,747 Roofing and Siding Panels $ 215,637 Division 8-Openings $ 377,765 Doors and Frames $ 121,250 Specialty Doors and Frames $ 162,000 Windows $ 94,515 Division 9-Finishes $ 406,871 Finishes $ 4,500 Plaster and Gypsum Board $ 130,378 Tiling $ 55,880 Ceilings $ 16,271 Flooring $ 138,302 Wall Finishes $ 5,348 Painting and Coating $ 56,193 Division 10-Specialties $ 34,350 Specialties $ 1,750 Information Specialties $ 7,500 Interior Specialties $ 9,000 Storage Specialties $ 8,100 Exterior Specialties $ 8,000 Division 11 -Equipment $ 70,000 Equipment $ 2,750 Vehicle and Pedestrian Equipment $ 50,000 Residential Equipment $ 14,750 Educational and Scientific Equipment $ 2,500 Division 12-Furnishings $ 83,050 Window Treatments $ 2,500 Casework $ 80,550 Furniture $ 0 Division 13-Special Construction $ 250,000 Special Structures $ 250,000 Division 22-Plumbing $ 208,596 Plumbing $ 191,796 Plumbing Piping and Pumps $ 16,800 Division 23-Heating,Ventilating,and Air-Conditioning(HVAC) $ 351,626 Heating,Ventilating,and Air-Conditioning(HVAC) $ 351,626 Division 26-Electrical $ 475,601 Electrical $ 375,601 Facility Electrical Power Generating and Storing Equipment $ 80,000 Lighting $ 20,000 Division 27-Communications $ 77,970 Communications $ 27,970 Audio-Video Communications $ 50,000 Division 28-Electronic Safety and Security $ 47,949 Electronic Access Control and Intrusion Detection $ 23,975 Electronic Surveillance $ 23,975 Division 31 -Earthwork $ 159,434 Earth Moving $ 43,934 Special Foundations and Load-Bearing Elements $ 115,500 CCM CONSTRUCTION SERVICES,LLC 10/20/2016 2 of 9 New Building,Site,ALTs Town of Westlake Statement of Probable Construction Costs FIRE STATION#1/ADMINISTRATION New Building,Site Development,and Alternates Concept Design: October,2016 Division 32-Exterior Improvements $ 1,065,069 Exterior Improvements $ 268,975 Bases,Ballasts,and Paving $ 593,194 Site Improvements $ 45,095 Planting $ 157,805 Division 33-Utilities $ 175,308 Water Utilities $ 15,000 Sanitary Sewerage Utilities $ 25,000 Storm Drainage Utilities S 55,308 Fuel Distribution Utilities $ 15,000 Electrical Utilities $ 50,000 Communications Utilities $ 15,000 TOTAL DIRECT COST: $ 5,580,158 CCM CONSTRUCTION SERVICES,LLC 10/20/2016 3 of 9 New Building,Site,ALTs Town of Westlake Statement of Probable Construction Costs FIRE STATION#11 ADMINISTRATION New Building,Site Development,and Alternates Concept Design: October,2016 Description Category Quantity I UM Unit Extended I Cost Metal Railings Rating,at NortITi ezzamne Building 76 1 LF 95.00 1 7,220.00 Division 6-Wood,Plastics,and Composites --- $ 20,000 Rough Carpentry --- $ 20,000 Wood Framing_ Miscellaneous Wood 6 ocI-kng�' ramm9 r Building 1 ALLOW 20,000.00 20,000.00 Division 7-Thermal and Moisture Protection $ 484,741 Thermal Protection --- $ 88,358 Thermal Insulation Wall Insulation,Assumes Rigid Building 10,537 SF 2.45 25,816.39 Roof and Deck Insulation - Roof Insulation,Assumes Rigid Building__ 17,869 SF 3.50 62,541.48 Steep Slope Roofing $ 180,747 IRoof Tiles aux Clay Tile Roof in Lieu of Standing Seam Metal Panel ALT4 -I 20,083 SF -1 9.00 180,747.00 Roofing and Siding Panels --- $ 215,637 Roof Panels - Roof Area,Soffits Building_ 10,666 SF 12.50 133,325.00 Wall Panels EXTERIOR ENCLOSURE: Composite Metal Panel,Zinc or Similar Building 505 SF 27.50 13,888.88 Siding - EXTERIOR ENCLOSURE: Siding,Fiber Cement,Nichiha or Similar Building 5,068 SF 13.50 68,422.73 Sheet Metal Roofing Standing Seam Metal Roof,6:12 Slope Building 20,083 SF 12.50 251,037.50 Standing Seam Metal Roof,6:12 Slope ALT4 (20,083) SF 12.50 (251,037.50) Division 8-Openings --- $ 377,765 Doors and Frames --- $ 121,250 Doors and Frames,Hardware - Exterior Door,AUGL or Similar Building 6 EA 3,750.00 22,500.00 Exterior Door,HM or Similar Building 4 EA 1,600.00 6,400.00 Interior Door,AUGL or Similar Building 7 EA 3,600.00 25,200.00 Interior Door,HM or Similar Building 14 EA 1,500.00 21,000.00 Interior Door,SCWD or Similar Building_ 13 EA 1,550.00 20,150.00 Interior Door,Storm Shelter Rated Building 4 EA 6,500.00 26,000.00 Specialty Doors and Frames --- $ 162,000 Overhead/Coiling Doors and Grilles - Exterior Door,Overhead/Sectional/Glass Type,at Apparatus Bay,say 14'x14' EWI'l 4 EA 9,000.00 36,000.00 Folding Doors and Grilles - Exterior Door,Four Fold Type,at Apparatus Bay,say 14'x14' _ 4 EA 31,500.00 126,000.00 Windows --- $ 94,515 Metal Windows Exterior Window Building 17 EA 1,650.00 28,050.00 Exterior Window,Storm Shelter Rated Building 3 EA 3,150.00 9,450.00 Interior Storefront-Fire Station Building 265 SF 45.00 11,925.00 Interior Storefront-Admin Building 1,002 SF 45.00 45,090.00 Division 9-Finishes --- $ 406,871 Finishes --- $ 4,500 Common Work Results for Finishes �� I� Window Stools,at Exterior Windows,Quartz or Similar Bulldin 1 LS 4,500.00 4,500.00 Plaster and Gypsum Board --- $ 130,378 Plaster and Gypsum Board Assemblies Interior Partition,Typical-Admin Building 2,476 SF 4.50 11,142.00 Interior Partition,Typical-Fire Station Building_ 3,115 SF 5.00 15,575.00 Interior Partition,Inside Face Gypsum Board-Admin Building 2,706 SF 2.65 7,170.90 Interior Partition,Inside Face Gypsum Board-Fire Station Building _ 2,387 _ SF 2.65 6,325.55 Gypsum Board Ceilings,Level 4 Building 711 SF 7.00 4,977.00 Gypsum Board Ceilings,Level 5 Building_ 1,029 SF 8.00 _ 8,232.00 Epoxy Painted Gypsum Board Ceiling,at Decon Building 348 SF 11.50 4,002.00 Portland Cement Plastering - EXTERIOR ENCLOSURE: Stucco w/Integral Finish Building 4,864 SF 15.00 72,954.00 Tiling - $ 55,880 Thin-Set Tiling Tile on Floors,Public Building 1,041 SF 12.50 13,012.50 Tile on Floors,RRs/Tile Base,RRs Building__ 692 SF 11.50 7,958.00 Tile Base,Public Building 271 LF 14.00 3,794.00 Tile Base,RRs Building 254 LF 12.50 3,175.00 Full-Height Tile on Walls,RRs Building 2,540 SF 11.00 27,940.00 Ceilings --- $ 16,271 Acoustical Ceilings ACT Ceilings,Tegular Tile _ _ Building 4,226 1 SF 1 3.85 16,270.87 Flooring $ 138,302 Flooring Treatment Sealed Concrete Building 2,393 SF 3.00 7,179.00 Stained/Polished Concrete Building 1,816 SF 10.00 18,160.00 Specialty Flooring __ _ Recessed Walk-Off Mat Building 1 EA 750.00 750.00 Rubber Sports Flooring Building 526 SF 12.50 6,575.00 CCM CONSTRUCTION SERVICES,LLC 10/20/2016 6 of 9 New Building,Site,ALTs Town of Westlake Statement of Probable Construction Costs FIRE STATION#11 ADMINISTRATION New Building,Site Development,and Alternates Concept Design: October,2016 Description Category Quantity UM I Unit Extended Cost Fluid-Applied Flooring Epoxy Resin,1/4"on Floors Building 7,604 SF 11.50 87,446.00 Integral Epoxy Base Building_ 775 LF 10.00 7,750.00 Carpeting Carpet Building 275 SY 38.00 10,441.56 Wall Finishes --- S 5,348 Special Wall Surfacing Rubber Base Building 1,337 LF 1 4.00 I 5,348.00 Painting and Coating — $ 56,193 Painting Paint on Walls,CMU Building 19,692 SF 1.25 24,615.00 Paint on Walls,PGB Building 15,916 SF 1.05 16,711.80 Open Structure,Painted Ceiling,at Apparatus Bay Areas Bullding 790 SF 1.25 987.50 Open Structure,Painted Ceiling,at Apparatus Bay,High Building 8,912 SF 1.50 13,368.00 pen tructure,Painted Ceiling,Other Building 444 SF 1.15 510.60 Division 10-Specialties — $ 34,350 Specialties — $ 1,750 Common Work Results for Specialties Ships Ladder,at North Mezzanine Bullding 1 1 1 EA 1 1,750.001 1,750.00 Information Specialties — $ 7,500 (Visual Display Surfaces Display Specialties-Tack and Marker Boards Building I 1 I ALLOW I 7,500.00 I 7,500.00 Interior Specialties — $ 9,000 Toilet,Bath,and Laundry Accessories Toilet Accessories,Typical Restroom I Building 1 6 EA 1 500.00 9,000.00 Storage Specialties — $ 8,100 Lockers Bunker Gear Lockers Building 181 EA I 450.00 1 8,100.00 Exterior Specialties — $ 8,000 Flagpoles ag Poe I Site 21 EA Ji 4,000.00 8,000.00 Division 11 -Equipment -- $ 70,000 Equipment — $ 2,750 Common Work Results for Equipment Equipment-Air Compressor,Portable-FF&E Building 1 EA — Equipment-Air Compressor,SCBA-OPCI Building 1 EA 750.00 750.00 Equipment-Double-Wide Gear Drying Locker or Similar-OPCI Building 1 EA 500.00 500.00 Equipment-Extractor-OPCI Building 1 EA 11500.00 11500.00 Vehicle and Pedestrian Equipment -- $ 50,000 Vehicle Service Equipment Fueling Systems,Assumes(1 EA)1,000 Gal.AIG Tank ALT2 1 ALLOW 50,000.00 50,000.00 Residential Equipment — $ 14,750 Residential Appliances — Appliance-Commercial Hood,Type 1,at Kitchen w/Fire Suppression Building 1 EA 4,500.00 4,500.00 Appliance-Other Appliances-OPCI Building 1 LS 2,500.00 2,500.00 Appliance-Outdoor Gas Grill,Gas Shut Off Connected to Station Alerting System Building 1 E4 1,250.00 1,250.00 Appliance-Residential Range,at Kitchen Building 1 EA 6,500.00 6,500.00 Educational and Scientific Equipment — $ 2,500 Audio-Visual Equipment Motorized Projector Screen-CPCI Building 1 EA 2,500.00 2,500.00 Overhead Projector-NIC Building 1 EA s an ondors-FF&E Building 1 EA — Division 12-Furnishings — $ 83,050 Window Treatments $ 2,500 Window Blinds _ Window Blinds Building 1 I ALLOW 11 2,500.001 2,500.00 Casework -•- $ 80,550 Manufactured Wood Casework Millwork-Built-In Captain's Beds Building_ 5 EA 3,250.00 16,250.00 Millwork-Built-In Desks or Shelves,at Dormitories Building 5 EA 1,000.00 5,000.00 Millwork-Dayroom Building 13 LF 350.00 4,550.00 Millwork-Display Cabinet,Lighted Building 1 E4 1,250.00 1,250.00 Millwork-Kitchen,Stainless Steel Marine Edge Building 55 LF 475.00 26,125.00 Millwork-Restrooms w/Quartz Countertops Building 6 EA 1,250.00 7,500.00 Millwork-Shelving Building_ 65 LF 75.00 4,875.00 Millwork-Additional Building 1 ALLOW 15,000.00 15,000.00 Furniture -- $ 0 Institutional Furniture Interior Furniture,Fixtures,and Equipment-FF&E-NIC or BY OTHERS Building — Division 13-Special Construction --- $ 250,000 Special Structures — $ 250,000 Fabricated Engineered Structures __ _ _ — raining an Hose rymg tair ower, tones, ootpnnt ALTS 1 ALLOW 250,000.00 250,000.00 CCM CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, LLC 10/20/2016 7 of 9 New Building,Site,ALTs Town of Westlake Statement of Probable Construction Costs FIRE STATION#11 ADMINISTRATION New Building,Site Development,and Alternates Concept Design: October,2016 Description I Category I Quantity I UM I Unit Extended Cost Division 22-Plumbing --- $ 208,596 Plumbing --- S 191,796 Common Work Results for Plumbing - Plumbing Systems,Domestic Water,Plumbing Fixtures and Sewer Building 15,983 1 SFF 1 12.00 1 191,796.00 Plumbing Piping and Pumps - $ 16,800 Facili Sancta Sewerage rent ram, pparatus ay Building 224 LF 75.00 16,800.00 Division 23-Heating,Ventilating,and Air-Conditioning(HVAC) --- $ 351,626 Heating,Ventilating,and Air-Conditionin HVAC - S 351,626 Common Work Results for HVAC ec amra Systems, A ucts x aust Building 15,983 SFF 22.00 351,626.00 Division 26-Electrical - $ 475,601 Electrical - $ 375,601 Common Work Results for Electrical _ Electrical Systems,Conduit/Conductor,Panels,Transformers,Lighting, Devices,and Branch Wiring Building 15,983 SFF 23.50 375,600.,n Facility Electrical Power Generating and Storing Equipment - $ 80,000 Packaged Generator Assemblies Emergency Generator,250 kW,Diesel w/Outdoor EnclosureSite 1 LS 75,000.00 75,000.00 Transfer Switches ATS Equipment Site 1 LS 5,000.00 5,000.00 Lighting - $ 20,000 Exterior Lighting - Exterior Site Lighting I Site I 1 I ALLOW 1 20,000.00 20,000.00 Division 27-Communications -- $ 77,970 Communications --- $ 27,970 Common Work Results for Communications Communications Systems-Rough-in Only Building 1 15,983 SFF 1 1.75 27,970.25 Audio-Video Communications - $ 50,000 Audio-Vldeo Systems - u co- isua Systems, I rainingoo E6C-Pnman Building 1 1 ALLOW 1 50,000.001 50,000.00 Division 28-Electronic Safety and Security - $ 47,949 Electronic Access Control and Intrusion Detection $ 23,975 Access Control Electronic Access Control Building 15,983 SFF 1.50 I 23,974.50 Electronic Surveillance --- $ 23,975 Video Surveillance - Security Systems Building 1 15,983 1 SFF 1 1.50 23,974.50 Division 31 -Earthwork --- $ 159,434 Earth Moving --- $ 43,934 Grading - Overall Site Clearing and Grading Site 5.3 ACRES 3,750.00 19,959.80 Excavation and Fill _ Foundation Pad Preparation Building 15,983 SF 1.50 23,974.50 Special Foundations and Load-Bearing Elements --- $ 115,500 Bored Piles - ALT-Pier,Potential Location ALTS 1 70 1 EA 1 1,650.00 115,500.00 Division 32-Exterior Improvements --- $ 1,065,069 Exterior Improvements --- S 268,975 Common Work Results for Exterior Improvements - Dumpster Bollards Site 8 EA 600.00 4,800.00 Dumpster Enclosure,say 8'Tail Site 51 LF 200.00 10,200.00 Flashing Traffic Lights at Davis Boulevard Site 1 LS 50,000.00 50,000.00 Masonry Screen Wall at Generator Area Site 99 LF 200.00 19,800.00 Monument Sign Site 1 EA 25,000.00 25,000.00 Retaining Wall w/Screening Wall Above Site 329 LF 175.00 57,575.00 Double Swing Gate at Dumpster Enclosure Site 1 EA 1,600.00 1,600.00 Extend Jogging Trail Site1 ALLOW 25,000.00 25,000.00 Water Feature Along Davis Blvd. ALT1 1 ALLOW 75,000.00 75,000.00 Bases,Ballasts,and Paving $ 593,194 Base Courses _ Davis Blvd.Crossover-Cement Stabilized Subgrade Site 1,288 SF 1.50 1,932.00 Apparatus Drive Lanes-Cement Stabilized Subgrade Site 30,771 SF 1.50 46,156.50 Visitor Parking Along Dove Road-Cement Stabilized Subgrade Site 17,369 SF 1.50 26,053.50 Visitor Parking Back Side-Cement Stabilized Subgrade Site 1,823 SF 1.50 2,734.50 Rigid Pavin Davis Blvd.Crossover,Heavy Duty RC Pavement,say 8" Site 1,288 SF 20.00 25,760.00 Driveway Connections to Street Site 2,157 SF 6.00 12,942.00 Heavy Duty RC Pavement,say 8" Site 30,771 SF 9.00 276,939.00 Visitor Parking Along Dove Road,say 6" site 17,369 SF 6.00 104,214.00 Visitor Parking Back Side,say 6" Site 1,823 SF 6.00 10,938.00 Sidewalk Site Site 4,237 SF 4.00 16,948.00 Sidewalk Streetscape Site 11,137 SF 4.50 50,116.50 Barrier Free Ramp Streetscape site 585 SF 6.00 3,510.00 Patio Area Site 1,075 SF 6.00 6,450.00 Dumpster Pad Site 350 SF 10.00 3,500.00 Paving Specialties Parking Space,HC Striping-Signage Site 1 LS 5,000.001 5,000.00 CCM CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, LLC 10/20/2016 8 of 9 New Building,Site,ALTs Town of Westlake Statement of Probable Construction Costs FIRE STATION#1 /ADMINISTRATION New Building,Site Development,and Alternates Concept Design: October,2016 Description Category Quantity I UM I Unit I Extended I Cost Site Improvements -- $ 45,095 Fences and Gates — Fencing Along Backside Site 591 LF 45.001 26,595.00 Slide Gate at Backside Station Site 37 LF 500.00 18,500.00 Planting — $ 157,805 Plants an scape Area,ExtendJogging TrailSite 126,244 SF 1.25 157,805.00 Division 33-Utilities --- $ 175,308 Water Utilities — $ 15,000 Water Utility Distribution Piping Connect to Existing Water Line for Service I Site I 1 I ALLOW 1 15,000.00 15,000.00 Sanitary Sewerage Utilities $ 25,000 (Sanitary Utility Sewerage Piping Connect to Existing Sewer Line for Service,by Bore Under Dove Road I Site I 1 I ALLOW I 25,000.00 I 25,000.001 Storm Drainage Utilities $ 55,308 Storm Utility Drainage Pipin Storm Sewer System Site 1 ALLOW 25,000.00 25,000.00 Ponds and Reservoirs Pond/Water Feature Area,Drainage Swale Site 15,154 SF 2.00 30,308.00 Fuel Distribution Utilities — $ 15,000 Natural-Gas Distribution — Connect to Existing Gas From Dove Road Site 1 ALLOW 15,000.00 15,000.00 Electrical Utilities -- $ 50,000 Electrical Utility Transmission and Distribution Connect to Existing Power From Dove Road I Site I 1 I ALLOW I 50,000.001 50,000.00 I Communications Utilities — $ 15,000 Communications Distribution Communications Utilities I Site 1 1 1 ALLOW 1 15,000.001 15,000.00 CCM CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, LLC 10/20/2016 9 of 9 New Building,Site,ALTs CERTIFICATE OF INTERESTED PARTIES FORM 1295 10f1 Complete Nos.i-4 and 6 if there are interested parties. OFFICE USE ONLY Complete Nos.1,2,3,5,and 6 if there are no interested parties. CERTIFICATION OF FILING 1 Name of business entity filing form,and the city,state and country of the business entity's place Certificate Number: of business. 2016-142636 Brown Reynolds Watford Architects, Inc. Dallas,TX United States Date Filed: 2 Name of governmental entity or state agency that is a party to the contract for which the form is 12/05/2016 being filed. 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