Resolutions - C7 D
|TO:||Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Commission|| |
|FROM:||Jimmy L. Morales, City Manager|| |
|DATE:||June 24, 2020|
A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR
AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE AMENDMENT NO. 5 TO THE
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF MIAMI
BEACH, FLORIDA AND SAVINO MILLER DESIGN STUDIO, P.A., FOR
ADDITIONAL SERVICES ASSOCIATED WITH THE RESILIENT AND
SUSTAINABLE ELEMENTS FOR THE FUTURE COMMUNITY PARK (FORMER
PAR 3) PROJECT, INCLUDING INSTALLATION OF ADDITIONAL WELLS,
CONTINUATION OF MONITORING, PREPARATION OF REPORTS, DESIGN
OF SIGNS FOR THE ENTRANCE TO THE PARK, AND DESIGN OF WATER
CIRCULATION AND AERATION SYSTEM FOR THE LAKE, IN THE AMOUNT
OF $102,040.65 FOR THE ADDITIONAL SERVICES, PLUS A $20,000
PROJECT CONTINGENCY, INCREASING THE TOTAL CONTRACT AMOUNT
TO A NOT-TO-EXCEED TOTAL OF $1,300,379.65, WITH PREVIOUSLY
APPROPRIATED FUNDING FROM THE 2018 GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND
On December 9, 2015, the Mayor and City Commission adopted Resolution No. 2015-29234, authorizing the administration to enter into negotiations and further authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a Professional Services Agreement with the firm of Savino Miller Design Studio, P.A., (Consultant), to provide professional services for the planning, design, bid, award and construction administration of the Bayshore Park (former Par 3) (the Project).
On May 19, 2016, a professional services agreement was executed in the amount of $933,465.
The Project was previously a golf course and is being developed as a passive community park. The project scope include a central lake; open meadows and informal open play field areas; site grading; pavilion; tennis courts (6) with restroom facilities; children’s playground; dog park; boardwalk and pathways; security lighting; vita course and fitness cluster; butterfly garden; linear water feature and parking lot. The passive park will preserve landmark specimen trees and pastoral spaces.
On January 26, 2018 the City approved Amendment No.1, in the amount of $32,295, for design services, to incorporate the reduction and reconfiguration of the lake; removal of the parking lot from the west side of the property and increase the parking along Pinetree Drive; and reconfigure the walkway and jogging path.
On May 16, 2018 the Mayor and City Commission adopted Resolution 2018-30291 approving Amendment No. 2, in the amount of $35,698, for additional Architectural and Engineering Design Services associated with the site changes due to Hurricane Irma debris removal operation.
On September 12, 2018 the Mayor and City Commission adopted Resolution 2018-30492 approving Amendment No. 3, in the amount of $126,781, for additional Architectural and Engineering Design Services associated with incorporation of resilient and sustainable strategies.
Resilient and sustainable strategies are being implemented which includes retention and storage of stormwater runoff from the adjacent neighborhood into the Park and the central lake. Due to the previous use of the park as a golf course and the associated contamination, Miami- Dade County Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources (DRER) requested additional groundwater sampling and flow modeling to be performed.
On April 10, 2019 the Mayor and City Commission adopted Resolution 2019-30764 approving Amendment No. 4 in the amount of $50,100, for additional coordination with DRER.
On April 21, 2020 DRER issued the conditional approval for the stormwater pond (Attachment A). This approval came after extensive coordination with them and their consultant, installation of additional groundwater monitoring wells, sampling and groundwater flow modeling.
The DRER conditional approval requires installation of additional wells, continuation of monitoring and preparation of several reports. In addition to DRER requirements, the additional services also include the design of park entrance signs and design of a water circulation and aeration system for the lake. The consultant has prepared a cost proposal (Attachment B) for the additional services in the amount of $102,040.65 plus $20,000.00 project allowance for unforeseen design tasks. Prior to expenditure of the project allowance, the Contract Administrator must approve the scope of work and cost.
City staff has reviewed the proposal in the total amount of $122,040.65 and has found it to be fair and reasonable.
Amendment No. 5 in the not-to-exceed amount of $122,040.65 will revise the total contract amount, to a not-to- exceed total of $1,300,379.65 (Attachment C).
The Administration recommends approval of the resolution.
|Is this a "Residents Right to Know" item, pursuant to City Code Section 2-14?|| ||Does this item utilize G.O. Bond Funds?|
|Yes|| ||Yes|| |
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