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File #: 20-888    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 8/4/2020 Departments: COUNTY MANAGER
On agenda: 11/17/2020 Final action: 11/17/2020
Title: Adopt a resolution authorizing: A) The President of the Board of Supervisors to execute a change order to the agreement with Skanska USA, Inc for construction of the Cordilleras Health Campus Project establishing the Guaranteed Maximum Price of $104,822,470; and B) The Director of the Project Development Unit or designee to issue change orders to the agreement that increase the maximum fiscal obligation by no more than 10% in aggregate for a total not to exceed contract value of $115,304,717; and C) A total budget for the Cordilleras Health Campus Project of $155,000,000.
Attachments: 1. 20201117_r_PC015-Skanska-GMP-RESO-DRAFT-20201117.pdf, 2. 20201117_a_PC015-Skanska agmnt-GMP_CO_005, 3. 20201117_att_PC015-Skanska original agmt-CC-R075975-CMR-20180823.pdf
Special Notice / Hearing: None__
Vote Required: Majority

To: Honorable Board of Supervisors
From: Mike Callagy, County Manager
Adam Ely, Project Development Unit Director
Subject: Skanska Agreement Change Order to Establish the Guaranteed Maximum Price Final Project Budget
RECOMMENDATION:
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Adopt a resolution authorizing:

A) The President of the Board of Supervisors to execute a change order to the agreement with Skanska USA, Inc for construction of the Cordilleras Health Campus Project establishing the Guaranteed Maximum Price of $104,822,470; and

B) The Director of the Project Development Unit or designee to issue change orders to the agreement that increase the maximum fiscal obligation by no more than 10% in aggregate for a total not to exceed contract value of $115,304,717; and

C) A total budget for the Cordilleras Health Campus Project of $155,000,000.

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BACKGROUND:
The Cordilleras Mental Health Center is located on a twenty-acre site at 200 Edmonds Road near Redwood City on unincorporated County land. The site is wooded and contains a creek that is flanked by steep hills on both sides.

The existing building was constructed in 1952, originally serving as a tuberculosis hospital. It was adapted in 1978 for its current use for treatment of people who experience mental illness. It contains a licensed locked 68-bed Mental Health Rehabilitation Center (MHRC) and a licensed 49-bed Adult Residential Facility serving adult and older adult County residents who have long histories of mental illness. The two programs are operated by Telecare Corporation through a contract with Behavioral Health and Recovery Services. The residents of the MHRC are conserved, dependent adults, who meet legal criteria for grave disability, and the majority have been admitted to the program involuntarily.

The building itself is maintained at significant annual cost and its configuration is poorly suited to current treatment practices for behavior...

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