Contract: $398,502 - National Park Service. - Jul. 2, 2009
50% voted satisfied - 50% voted not satisfied - 4 vote(s) cast
Award Description: Stablization of Ellis Island Baggage and Dormitory Building, Ellis Island, New York Hazmat Inspection and Report, Design Development & Construction Document Services. The building is a 3-story 121,000 square foot structure originally building in 1908. With its closure in 1954 deterioration ensued. The building stands in poor condition and in need of immediate stabilzation. The scope of work involves minimum building stabilation and no occupancy of the building. Unstable elements will be dismantled, catalogued and stored such as the copper and limestone cornice, modillions and dentals, the parapet assembly, terra cotta cornice and limestone lintels. Window and door openings to be sealed with breathable wookd infill panels or with clear panels. Shoring of the courtyard perimeter and treatment of exposed structural steel members where masonry is missing or removed will be performed. Deliverables include Hazmat Assessment Report; Design Development Documents including Draft Design Development Documents, Draft Constructability Analysis, Draft Constract Price Schedule, Class B Construction Cost Estimate, NPS Project Sustainability Checklist; Construction Documents includeing Construction Drawings, Construction Specifications, Contract Price Schedule, Final Product File, Class A Construction Cost Estimate, Material Submittal List, Closeout and O&M Requirements, Constructability Checklist, NPS Project Sustainability Checklist, Design Calculations. Hazmat Inspection/Report $148,888, Design Development $195,231, and CD's $54,383.
Project Description: Team site visit, Completion of Hazmat Report, submitted Design Development Drawings, currently working on 100% Draft Construction Documents
Jobs Summary: Retained project manager and project administrator positions. (Total jobs reported: 0)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
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|Robert Silman Associates, P.C.||$128,405||NEW YORK||NY|
|Oehrlein & Associates Architects||$140,599||WASHINGTON||DC|
|Greenhorne & O'Mara, Inc.||$73,771||TOWSON||MD|