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File #: 18-2959    Version: 1 Name: Resolution- A Resolution of the City of Mansfield, Texas, Awarding a Contract for Architectural Services for the New Fire Station Number 5
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 11/2/2018 In control: City Council
On agenda: 11/12/2018 Final action: 11/12/2018
Title: Resolution- A Resolution of the City of Mansfield, Texas, Awarding a Contract for Architectural Services for the New Fire Station Number 5
Sponsors: Shelly Lanners, Barry Bondurant, James Fish
Attachments: 1. Resolution
Title
Resolution- A Resolution of the City of Mansfield, Texas, Awarding a Contract for Architectural Services for the New Fire Station Number 5
Requested Action
Staff requests approval by City Council to award Komatsu Architecture a contract for architectural services for the new fire station number 5.
Recommendation
Staff recommends approval of the resolution to award Komatsu Architecture a contract for architectural services for the new fire station number 5.
Description/History
This contract has been negotiated by staff and reviewed by Drew Larkin of TOASE. Komatsu Architecture agrees to provide professional services for architectural and engineering services, including design, contract and construction administration for fire station number 5.
The program is defined as a new fire station with four apparatus bays, sleeping quarters for 10 staff and two officers, parking for two shifts and four public parking spots. The station will be located at the northwest corner of the intersection of S. Holland Road and National Parkway.
The station is estimated to be 13,354 SF with a construction cost of $5,341,600. Komatsu Architecture agrees to provide the basic services for a cost of $373,912, and an hourly rate for supplementary and additional services in accordance with the contract.

Project Phase Projected Timeline
Design Phase November 2018 - July 2019
Advertising and bidding August - October 2019
Construction award/commencement January 2020
Substantial completion January 2021
Station opening February 2021

Justification
The southeast portion of the city has experienced huge growth over the last decade. This has led to a significant portion of the city’s population living in homes and working in businesses that lie beyond the 5-minute drive time goal established by the Fire Department and approved by City Administration. The location of this fire station will provide the citizens living in the southeast portion of the city t...

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