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File #: Res. 2021-003    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 11/18/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 1/19/2021 Final action:
Title: Consider Resolution Accepting Public Improvements and Approving Final Payment for the 2020 Mill and Overlay Project (STRT2020-A45).
Attachments: 1. 1 - Resolution - Accept Improvements and Approve Final Payment, 2. 2 - Final Pay Request, 3. 3 - Certificate of Final Acceptance, 4. 4 - Project Location Map
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City Council Meeting Date: January 19, 2021

To: Mayor and City Council
City Administrator

From: Sean Simonson, Engineering Manager
Dave Bennett, Public Works Director/City Engineer

Title
Consider Resolution Accepting Public Improvements and Approving Final Payment for the 2020 Mill and Overlay Project (STRT2020-A45).

Body
Action Requested:
The Northfield City Council approves the attached Resolution - 2020 Mill and Overlay Project, Accepting Public Improvements and Approving Final Payment for the Project.

Summary Report:
The City Council is being asked to accept the public improvements for the 2020 Mill and Overlay Project STRT2020-A45, and approve final payment to McNamara Contracting Inc. for $28,449.08 (Attachment 2). The contract was awarded to McNamara Contracting Inc. at the March 10, 2020 City Council Meeting in the amount of $2,867,161.20.

The project had three change orders during construction in the amount of $146,483.00 amending the total contract amount of $3,013,644.20. However, the majority of the change order costs ($141,465.14) was paid by Carleton College for the widening of the sidewalk and striping on College Street. There is one additional driveway installation that didn't get installed last fall but will in the Spring of 2021.

Overall the project came in under budget about 11% as shown in the table below.

Alternative Options:
This project is completed and the final acceptance and payment is required to close out the construction contract.

Financial Impacts:
The final construction costs for the project are anticipated to be $2,863.870.05. The tables below detail the final project costs and final project funding.

Additionally, there was $28,672 in 1% for the Public Arts Policy for this project that was transferred to the Arts and Culture Fund at the time of Project Award, as shown in the table below.







Tentative Timelines:
Upon acceptance by the City Council, the final payment will be processed and sent to th...

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