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File #: 21-688    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 8/30/2021 Departments: COUNTY MANAGER
On agenda: 9/14/2021 Final action: 9/14/2021
Title: Adopt a resolution authorizing: A) The President of the Board of Supervisors to execute an amendment to the agreement with XL Construction for design and preconstruction services for the Maple Street Navigation Center Project revising the scope, extending the term, and increasing the amount payable by $1,942,328, to an amount not to exceed $2,085,106; and B) The Director of the Project Development Unit or designee to issue amendments to the agreement that increase the maximum fiscal obligation by no more than 10 percent in aggregate, for a total authorized not to exceed contract value of $2,293,617.
Attachments: 1. 20210914_r_PDP14-XL-21D019-AMD001-RESO-20210914.pdf, 2. 20210914_a_PDP14-XL-21D019-AMD001-PRECON-20210914.pdf, 3. 20210914_att_PDP14-XL-PSA-21D019-PRECON-EXECUTED-20210607.pdf
Special Notice / Hearing: None__
Vote Required: Majority

To: Honorable Board of Supervisors
From: Michael P. Callagy, County Manager
Adam Ely, Project Development Unit Director

Subject: Amendment to XL Construction Corporation Agreement

RECOMMENDATION:
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Adopt a resolution authorizing:

A) The President of the Board of Supervisors to execute an amendment to the agreement with XL Construction for design and preconstruction services for the Maple Street Navigation Center Project revising the scope, extending the term, and increasing the amount payable by $1,942,328, to an amount not to exceed $2,085,106; and

B) The Director of the Project Development Unit or designee to issue amendments to the agreement that increase the maximum fiscal obligation by no more than 10 percent in aggregate, for a total authorized not to exceed contract value of $2,293,617.

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BACKGROUND:
San Mateo County continues to face an unprecedented and growing shelter crisis with homelessness experienced disproportionately by race and other protected characteristics. According to the County 2019 One-Day-Count, over 1500 County residents were experiencing homelessness, with over 900 unsheltered. The largest number of unsheltered individuals were in Redwood City with a substantial population living in tents and on the street and facing numerous daily challenges, including exposure, high stress levels, sleep deprivation, unsanitary surroundings, lack of access to hygiene and care, and poor nutrition.
Although the County has not undertaken a One Day Count since 2019, owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, all indications are that the pandemic, and its associated medical, social, and economic impacts, have exacerbated the shelter crisis and strained existing shelter capacity, due to social distancing protocols. This has further imperiled those experiencing homelessness.
In response to these circumstances, the County redoubled its efforts to prevent and end homel...

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