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PO CITY OF <br />z NEWPORT BEACH <br />Cq G�p� P <br />City Council Staff Report <br />November 24, 2015 <br />Agenda Item No. 23 <br />TO: HONORABLE MAYOR AND MEMBERS OF THE CITY COUNCIL <br />FROM: David A. Webb, Public Works Director - 949-644-3311, <br /> <br />PREPARED BY: Mark Vukojevic, Deputy Public Works Director/City Engineer <br />PHONE: 949-644-3319 <br />TITLE: Project Concept Approval for the Replacement of the Corona del <br />Mar Fire Station No. 5 and Branch Library <br />ABSTRACT: <br />Extensive public outreach for the replacement of the Corona del Mar Fire Station No. 5 <br />and the Corona del Mar Branch Library has now created a general consensus on the <br />design of the replacement facilities. Staff requests City Council approve the <br />recommended "floor plan" and exterior architectural style Concept for these buildings. <br />RECOMMENDATION: <br />a) Approve floor plan option D-4, and rendering Option 3 as the preferred floor plan <br />layout and exterior architectural style Concept for the Corona del Mar Fire Station No. 5 <br />and Branch Library replacement; and <br />b) Establish a total project budget goal at a not -to -exceed cost of $8,000,000. <br />FUNDING REQUIREMENTS: <br />The current adopted budget and capital improvement program includes $6,750,000 for <br />the Fire Station and Library. Given that this Project will cross at least two fiscal years, <br />the current budget includes sufficient funding to go through concept plans, design <br />development, construction drawings, and permitting (as well as much of the <br />construction itself). However, we do not award contracts for construction without having <br />the funds fully budgeted. As such, the Council will be obligated to budget up to another <br />$1,250,000 for this Project at the time of construction award. Bids may come in higher <br />or lower than that amount, depending on the quality of bidders, materials costs, and <br />more. <br />As shown in the Discussion section below, the Facilities Financing Plan (FFP) assumes <br />that this Project will consist of 8,000 total SF and will begin in FY 15-16. The FFP <br />23-1 <br />