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File #: 20-6003   
Type: Capital Improvements
In control: City Council A Session
On agenda: 10/29/2020
Posting Language: Ordinance awarding a construction contract to the lowest responsive bidder to D. Wilson Construction for the West Cargo Facility Rehabilitation project at the San Antonio International Airport in the amount of $4,661,606.69 and appropriates $1,732,014.42 from Interim Airport Financing and amends the FY 2021 - FY 2026 Capital Improvement Program. [Carlos Contreras, Assistant City Manager; Jesus Saenz, Director, Aviation]
Indexes: Aviation Contract
Attachments: 1. West Cargo Map, 2. Draft Ordinance, 3. Staff Presentation, 4. Ordinance 2020-10-29-0749
DEPARTMENT: Aviation


DEPARTMENT HEAD: Jesus H. Saenz, Jr., IAP


COUNCIL DISTRICTS IMPACTED: Citywide


SUBJECT:

Construction Award for West Cargo Facility Rehabilitation Project


SUMMARY:

An ordinance accepting the lowest responsive bid and awarding a construction contract to D. Wilson Construction in the amount not-to-exceed $4,661,606.69 for the West Cargo Facility Rehabilitation Project at 10000 John Saunders Road at the San Antonio International Airport. This project will make critical infrastructure and security improvements to extend the life of the facility. This action appropriates $1,732,014.42 from Interim Airport Financing and amends the FY 2021 - FY 2026 Capital Improvement Program.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

The West Air Cargo Facility is located at 10000 John Saunders Road. The facility was built in the early 1970's and is comprised of 32 cargo bays that are individually leased for:
* ground support equipment maintenance;
* parking and maintenance of ground service equipment and ground vehicles;
* aircraft maintenance;
* cargo operations and warehousing, including handling, processing, loading, unloading, sorting, warehousing and central distribution of air freight and air cargo; and,
* general office uses related to and necessarily incidental to air freight and cargo operations.

The facility is a one level building comprised of 65,280 square feet with both landside and airside access. The 2010 Master Plan of the San Antonio International Airport identified the need for the facility to be rehabilitated. The project development identified the need for the following improvements:
* Demolition of existing roof and installation of a new roof
* Installation of ADA ramps
* Upgrading the electrical service to the building
* Demolition of existing metal wall panels and installation of new insulation, soffits and fascia
* Upgrading security cameras and cabling
* Replacing 52 overhead and 32 pedestrian doors
* Upgrading the loading docks
* Instal...

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