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Eastbluff Park Field Improvements —Award Contract No. 6268 <br />November 24, 2015 <br />Page 2 <br />Proposed uses are as follows: <br />\/anrinr <br />Purpose <br />Calpromax Engineering, Inc. Construction Contract <br />Calpromax Engineering, Inc. Construction Contingency <br />TBD Inspection/Printing/Incidentals <br />Total: <br />DISCUSSION: <br />$ 138,800.00 <br />$ 21,200.00 <br />$ 5,000.00 <br />$ 165,000.00 <br />Eastbluff Park baseball field is currently used by local youth baseball programs. The <br />current backstop and fences are in need of replacement and its proximity to the <br />playground presents a potential safety issue. The outdated backstop and fences are <br />being replaced with new fences and netting and will be extended along the infield up to <br />a height of forty (40) -feet. <br />At 10 a.m. on November 5, 2015, the City Clerk opened and read the following bids for <br />the Eastbluff Park Field Improvements project: <br />BIDDER TOTAL BID AMOUNT <br />Low Calpromax Engineering, Inc. $ 138,800.00 <br />2 AMTEK Construction $ 175,272.50 <br />The total low bid amount is 5 percent over the Engineer's Estimate of $132,000.00. A <br />review of the apparent low bidder's (Calpromax) bid package revealed they did not have <br />very much experience. Staff requested and received additional documentation to justify <br />their ability to complete the work specified in the contract documents. Calpromax <br />possesses a California State Contractors License Classification "A" as required by the <br />project specifications. Therefore, staff recommends awarding the contract to <br />Calpromax. <br />The work necessary for the completion of this contract consists of distributing <br />construction notices to residents and businesses; removing the existing dilapidated <br />backstop and fencing; installing an up-to-date back stop system; replacing the existing <br />drinking fountain with bottle filler model; and restoring any damaged areas to the field or <br />sidewalk. <br />Pursuant to the contract specifications, the contractor will have thirty (30) consecutive <br />working days to complete the work. <br />11-2 <br />