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File #: 21-4156    Version: 2 Name: Resolution - A Resolution to Consider a Proposed Amendment to the Consultant Agreement with Pacheco Koch in the amount of $56,100 for Additional Services Related to Design Development, Construction Documents and Construction Administration Services for th
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 6/29/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 7/12/2021 Final action: 7/12/2021
Title: Resolution - A Resolution to Consider a Proposed Amendment to the Consultant Agreement with Pacheco Koch in the amount of $56,100 for Additional Services Related to Design Development, Construction Documents and Construction Administration Services for the McClendon Park Improvements Project
Sponsors: Matt Young
Attachments: 1. Resolution, 2. Professional Services Contract Amendment
Title
Resolution - A Resolution to Consider a Proposed Amendment to the Consultant Agreement with Pacheco Koch in the amount of $56,100 for Additional Services Related to Design Development, Construction Documents and Construction Administration Services for the McClendon Park Improvements Project

Requested Action
Consider and Approve a Resolution to Amend Consultant Agreement

Recommendation
Approve Resolution

Description/History
McClendon Park West is a 4.8-acre neighborhood park constructed in 1985. In 1999, the park was renovated to include a new playground, restrooms, pavilion, parking lot and picnic stations. In 2007, a basketball court, drainage flume and additional parking was added. In 2016, the playground was replaced and ADA and ballfield improvements were completed.

McClendon Park East is a 16.4-acre park constructed in 1994 with assistance from Texas Parks and Wildlife and is connected to McClendon Park West by an unimproved, natural trail. The park is comprised of one lighted baseball field, a concession/restroom building, a pavilion, and small playground area. With growing surrounding residential development, these parks are seeing more public use and in need of general improvements.

In July 2020, the City Council repurposed $700,000 in general obligation bond funding to address the aging park playground amenities, trail connection, and the addition of a splash pad in these parks. A consultant agreement was executed with Pacheco Koch in the amount of $49,600 to study and make recommendations for these improvements. After reviewing several site plan options, the City Council directed staff to proceed with a plan to move the basketball court to the south side of the park. This will enable a splash pad to be constructed in the current location of the basketball court and construct a new restroom building and expanded parking in the front of the park.

With the expanded scope of the project, an amendment to the consultant agreement in the amou...

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