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File #: 20417    Version: 0 Name: addendum to contract with BNIM - Phase III
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 4/22/2020 In control: Legislature As A Whole
On agenda: 4/27/2020 Final action: 5/4/2020
Title: A RESOLUTION transferring $140,234.00 within the 2020 County Improvement Fund and authorizing the Director of Finance and Purchasing to execute an addendum to the contract with BNIM of Kansas City, MO, for Phase III of the architectural scope of services for the repair of the downtown Jackson County Courthouse, necessitated by water damage that occurred on February 3, 2019, at an actual cost to the County not to exceed $140,234.00.
Sponsors: Theresa Cass Galvin
Indexes: ADDENDUM, CONTRACT, COUNTY IMPROVEMENT FUND, REPAIRS/IMPROVEMENTS, TRANSFERRING
Attachments: 1. 20417bu.c.pdf, 2. 20417adopt.pdf, 3. 20417 BNIM Phase III.pdf
Related files: 20199
IN THE COUNTY LEGISLATURE OF JACKSON COUNTY, MISSOURI

Title
A RESOLUTION transferring $140,234.00 within the 2020 County Improvement Fund and authorizing the Director of Finance and Purchasing to execute an addendum to the contract with BNIM of Kansas City, MO, for Phase III of the architectural scope of services for the repair of the downtown Jackson County Courthouse, necessitated by water damage that occurred on February 3, 2019, at an actual cost to the County not to exceed $140,234.00.


Intro
RESOLUTION NO. 20417, April 27, 2020

INTRODUCED BY Theresa Cass Galvin, County Legislator


Body
WHEREAS, the County originally retained BNIM of Kansas City, MO, under an emergency declaration, for professional architectural services to assist the County with remedying water damage that occurred on February 3, 2019, to the basement and upper floors of the downtown courthouse; and,

WHEREAS, by Resolution 20199, dated July 15, 2019, the Legislature authorized additional architectural services from BNIM relating to Phase II design services for the repair project at an actual cost to the County not to exceed $496,475.00; and,

WHEREAS, Phase II was completed in November 2019; and,

WHEREAS, in order to properly restore the historic building to its previous condition, careful monitoring and construction administration are needed to be performed during the construction phase of the project; and,

WHEREAS, given the knowledge and experience that BNIM has obtained during this process, BNIM has been requested to perform the next phase of services; and,

WHEREAS, the new scope of services for Phase III of the repair project includes construction administration services, including, but not limited to, tracking the contractor's adherence to project documentation, criteria, specifications, and design via on-site inspections, maintaining overall project coordination, correspondence, general project administration, and handling communications between the contractor and owner ...

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