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File #: 20-7488   
Type: Capital Improvements
In control: City Council A Session
On agenda: 2/11/2021
Posting Language: Ordinance approving a task order to a Job Order Contract with Jamail & Smith Construction, LP in the amount of $210,643.25 for energy efficient upgrades to Carver Facilities located in Council District 2. Funding is available through the Office of Sustainability’s Energy Efficiency Fund. [Roderick Sanchez, Assistant City Manager; Razi Hosseini, Director, Public Works]
Attachments: 1. Map_Carver Facilities.pdf, 2. Proposal_Carver Facilities, 3. Contracts Disclosure Form_Jamail & Smith Original Form, 4. Draft Ordinance, 5. Ordinance 2021-02-11-0093
DEPARTMENT: Public Works


DEPARTMENT HEAD: Razi Hosseini, P.E., R.P.L.S.


COUNCIL DISTRICTS IMPACTED: Council District 2


SUBJECT:

Job Order Contract: (Task Order) Carver Facilities Energy Upgrades


SUMMARY:

An ordinance approving a task order to a Job Order Contract with Jamail & Smith Construction, LP in the amount of $210,643.25 for energy efficient upgrades to Carver Facilities located in Council District 2. Funding is available through the Office of Sustainability's Energy Efficiency Fund.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

Project Background
An engineering analysis and audit was performed through the Office of Sustainability's consultant to identify opportunities for energy efficient lighting retrofits and Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) control upgrades of Carver Facilities, including the Carver Cultural Center, Little Carver and Carver Annex.

This task order contract will replace the existing interior light fixtures with new LED light fixtures at Little Carver and Carver Annex facilities; and, the replacement of the current HVAC controls system with new smart thermostats at the Cultural Center, Little Carver and Annex facilities. Construction is anticipated to begin in February 2021 and is estimated to be completed by September 2021.

This project is part of the Municipal Facilities Retrofit Program, which has funded energy retrofits in 190 City facilities, which included the following:

* Improvement of lighting fixture efficiencies through the installation of lighting controls.
* Installation of solar window film to repel solar radiation and reduce air conditioning demand.
* Replacement of existing heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment with high-efficiency models.
* "Retro-commissioning" (equipment tuning, calibration and optimization) facilities with bui...

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