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File #: 20-476    Version: 1 Name: Approve CSA Griffin Shoreline Park Project Management SR
Type: Staff Report Status: Filed
In control: City Council
Meeting Date: 11/16/2020 Final action: 11/16/2020
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Staff report for a City of San Leandro City Council Resolution to Approve a Consulting Services Agreement with Griffin Structures, Inc. for Project Management of the Shoreline Park at the Marina Project No. 2020.3080 for an Amount not to Exceed $586,248; to Authorize Individual Agreement Amendments up to 5% ($29,312) and to Authorize Cumulative Agreement Amendments up to 15% ($87,937)
Sponsors: Keith Cooke
Related files: 20-475
Title
Staff report for a City of San Leandro City Council Resolution to Approve a Consulting Services Agreement with Griffin Structures, Inc. for Project Management of the Shoreline Park at the Marina Project No. 2020.3080 for an Amount not to Exceed $586,248; to Authorize Individual Agreement Amendments up to 5% ($29,312) and to Authorize Cumulative Agreement Amendments up to 15% ($87,937)

Staffreport
SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS

Agreement will provide for management of consultants, budget, and schedule for the Shoreline Park project.

Staff recommends the following actions:
* Approve a consulting services agreement with Griffin Structures, Inc. (Griffin) for the project for a not to exceed amount of $586,248;
* Authorize the City Manager to negotiate and approve individual amendments up to 5% ($29,312) of the contract; and
* Authorize the City Manager to negotiate and approve cumulative amendments up to 15% ($87,937) of the contract.

BACKGROUND

In the 1960's, San Leandro constructed a new marina on the shore of San Francisco Bay that included a harbor master's office, boat docks, a fueling station, parking lots, restrooms for the public and for boaters, and three restaurants: the Blue Dolphin, El Torito, and Horatio's. A golf course was across the street and shortly thereafter an expanded golf course with driving range, Marina Park, and the Marina Inn were added to the neighborhood. While the San Leandro Marina operated successfully for more than thirty years, by the year 2000, the Blue Dolphin was vacant and the Army Corps of Engineers had reduced their dredging to just the shipping channel out in the Bay. Dredging from the harbor to the shipping channel, and in particular the disposal of the dredged material, proved to be prohibitively expensive for the City and the last dredging of the harbor was performed around 1997.

As the Marina silted in and the water became shallower and less navigable, the conversation eventually turned to options for red...

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