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File #: 19-2105    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Orange County Local Transportation Authority Item Status: Passed
File created: 8/27/2019 In control: Regional Planning and Highways Committee
On agenda: 10/7/2019 Final action: 10/14/2019
Title: Contract Change Orders for the Interstate 405 Improvement Project from State Route 73 to Interstate 605 - Water Line Extensions and Collection and Disposal of Unknown Hazardous Materials
Sponsors: Jeff Mills, James G. Beil
Indexes: CONTRACT, M2
Attachments: 1. Transmittal, 2. Staff Report, 3. Attachment A

Title

Contract Change Orders for the Interstate 405 Improvement Project from State Route 73 to Interstate 605 - Water Line Extensions and Collection and Disposal of Unknown Hazardous Materials

 

Overview

On November 14, 2016, the Orange County Transportation Authority Board of Directors approved Agreement No. C-5-3843 with OC 405 Partners, a joint venture, for the design and construction of the Interstate 405 Improvement Project from State Route 73 to Interstate 605.  A contract change order is needed to extend the City of Fountain Valley water lines adjacent to the Warner Avenue overcrossing bridge to comply with City of Fountain Valley requirements.  A supplemental contract change order is also needed to collect and dispose of unknown hazardous materials during construction through final project acceptance.

Recommendation(s)

A.                     Authorize the Chief Executive Officer to negotiate and execute Contract Change Order No. 45 to Agreement No. C-5-3843 between the Orange County Transportation Authority and OC 405 Partners, a joint venture, in the amount of $256,244, to extend the City of Fountain Valley water lines adjacent to the Warner Avenue overcrossing bridge.

 

B.                     Authorize the Chief Executive Officer to negotiate and execute supplemental Contract Change Order No. 8.2 to Agreement No. C-5-3843 between the Orange County Transportation Authority and OC 405 Partners, a joint venture, in the amount of up to $400,000, to collect and dispose of unknown hazardous materials.