Status and Details:
186th Ave Corridor Improvements
|Address: ||18701-18799 88th Street East, Bonney Lake, WA 98391, USA|
|Contact Person: ||Contract Administrator Marlyn Campbell|
|Contact Number:|| (253) 447-4348|
The City of Bonney Lake is in the process of designing street improvements in the Downtown area for the 186th Ave E and/or 188th Ave E Corridors.
Project Area Overview Map
7/25/2016 Tree Removal Area Map
Project Manager: David Traub
8/18/2016: Installing joint utility trench with dry utility conduits, vaults were installed last week.
7/30/2016: The contractors for the Fennel Creek Sewer Lift Station and 186th Avenue Corridor Improvements projects have mobilized in and construction activities are to begin next week.
7/26/2016: The City of Bonney Lake's 186th Corridor Improvement Project is underway as of July 25, 2016. View map of work area for 7/26/2016. View blog post http://www.ci.bonney-lake.wa.us/cityblog/?p=6515
7/16/2016: The contractors for the Fennel Creek Sewer Lift Station project and 186th Avenue Corridor Improvements project have begun product submittals review and both anticipate mobilizing on site at end of July.
7/9/2016: The contractor for the 186th Avenue corridor improvements project will be mobilizing on site in the middle of July.
6/18/2016: Pre-construction conference held on Friday. Bonds and Insurance documents have been provided. Mobilization will occur in a fenced area behind the Public Safety Building at the end of July. Notice to Proceed will be effective at time mobilization begins.
5/24/2016: The City Council awarded the contract per Resolution 2538.
5/21/2016: Bids were opened with the low bid submitted by Sanders General Construction LLC in the amount of $1,138,457.76. The Engineers Estimate was $948,655. Two other higher bids were received. Contract award documents will be presented to City Council next week.
5/14/2016: Contract is advertised with the bid opening scheduled on Wednesday, May 18th.
5/7/2016: 186th Avenue Corridor Improvements Construction ~ Advertisement was started with the bid opening scheduled on Wednesday, May 18th.
4/30/2016: Design ~ Will advertise this contract next week with the bid opening scheduled on Wednesday, May 18th.
4/23/2016: Design team to submit bid package to PW for final signature and advertisement next week.
4/16/2016: Design team to advertise this project at the end of April.
2/20/2016: Council has approved advertisement of Phase 1: 186th Street, 88th Ave, and 188th Street (the “Dogleg).
2/13/2016: Reviewing options for the final purchase of ROW needed for the 186th Avenue extension
portion of the project.
2/6/2016: Processing the final two purchases of ROW needed for the 186th extension portion of the project.
1/16/2016: Design team continues to work with utilities to finalize design conflicts.
1/2/2016: ROW purchase of the final parcel was completed on 31 December. Design team is on schedule for advertisement in the first quarter of 2016 pending funding authorization.
1/9/2016: City Engineer updated CDC on the current project costs and projected construction costs for 2016 budget planning.
12/19/2015: Real-estate agent sent closing final documents for the Mindemann parcel
11/7/2015: ROW agent has finalized agreement with the second to last property owner. One parcel acquisitions remains in order to allow construction to occur.
10/17/2015: Staff and design team met with all of the utilities to address final conflict issues. Potholing will be performed in several locations for accuracy of plan development.
10/10/2015: ROW agent sent the city the comments from one of the three remaining property owners to consider during negotiations. The city has set up a meeting for next week with the design team and utility companies to work out conflict issues.
10/3/2015: ROW agent is continuing negotiations with the three remaining property owners. Design team is working on a meeting with all utilities to address several issues. CDC council members have been updated with current events.
9/26/2015: ROW agent is continuing negotiations with property owners. Three parcel acquisitions remain to be completed. CDC council members have been updated with current events.
9/12/2015: ROW agent is continuing negotiations with property owners. Design team met with utility companies on potholing data necessary for design.
9/5/2015: ROW agent completed two more agreements with impacted property owners. Design team is working with the utilities on specifics about the undergrounding effort.
8/22/2015: ROW agent is continuing negotiations with property owners. Director reviewed status during the CDC meeting this week.
8/15/2015: Appraisals for the two acquisitions in this project that exceed the Administrative Offer Summary (AOS) authority have been completed. ROW agent will now begin negotiations with those two property owners. The ROW agent is meeting with two residents for signatures in response to the AOS offers made by the City.
8/8/2015: Appraisals for the two acquisitions in this project that exceed the Administrative Offer Summary (AOS) authority have been completed. ROW agent will now begin negotiations with those two property owners. The ROW agent is meeting with two residents for signatures in response to the AOS offers made by the City
8/1/2015: The ROW agent has obtained signature for the second AOS and the city is processing payment for this acquisition.
7/18/2015: The ROW agent continues to work with two other residents for signatures this week.
7/4/2015: The ROW agent has made agreement on a second administrative offer summary (AOS) which we expect to have for signature next week.
6/20/2015: The ROW agent has made preliminary agreement on a second administrative offer summary (AOS).
6/13/2015: The ROW agent has received the first administrative offer summary (AOS) signature.
6/6/2015: City Engineer met with the [right of way] agent and submitted the updated status report on all parcel acquisitions to [Community Development Committee] members and the [Public Works] Director.
5/30/2015: City staff will be meeting with the ROW agent early next week for update status on all parcel acquisitions.
5/23/2015: Out of the nine ROW acquisitions, the ROW agent has delivered the administrative offer summaries to the six property owners with partial takes. Negotiations continue with the only total take acquisition. Agent is working on the two parcels fronting Veterans Memorial Drive.
5/16/2015: ROW agent delivered the first administrative offer summary and is viewing the home of the one parcel the city will be purchasing.
5/9/2015: Design team and Utility companies met to for the utility coordination meeting. ROW agent is continuing conversations with property owners for ROW acquisition on their properties.
5/2/2015: Design team staked ROW locations per ROW agents request. ROW agent is continuing conversations with property owners for ROW acquisition on their properties.
4/25/2015: Updates on the status of project design and ROW acquisition were presented to the Community Development Committee.
4/18/2015: ROW agent is continuing to work with property owners for Right of Way purchases. Design is continuing.
4/11/2015: ROW agent is continuing to work with property owners for Right of Way purchases. Design is continuing.
3/21/2015: ROW agent is sending out offer letters to property owners.
3/7/2015: Staff is preparing the first monthly update requested by City Council.
1/24/2015: [Engineer] provided CDC members with a Plan of Actions and Milestones (POAM) for this project. Updates to this POAM will be provided to CDC on a regular basis.
1/17/2015: Staff met with PSE and design team to facilitate the “Fit-No Fit” utility plan meeting. Staff submitted the POAM to CDC with the project update.
1/10/2015: All ten title reports have been completed and sent to the KPG survey team for legal descriptions. Once legal descriptions have been completed, offers to property owners will be made by our consultant. “Fit-No Fit” utility plan meeting has been set up for next week.
1/2/2015: Preliminary “Fit-No Fit” Utility plans were completed by PSE and submitted to design team. Utility coordination meeting will be set up in January.
12/13/2014: Staff met with KPG to discuss the design efforts to date.
11/22/2014: Real-Estate agent made contact with a “total take” property owner. Design team provided data for review by property owner.
11/15/2014: Real-Estate agent made contact with property owner for the Post Office property. Design team provided data for review by property owner.
11/8/2014: Design team set up a “Fit – No Fit” meeting with PSE on undergrounding requirement. Real-Estate agent made contact with property owner for property acquisition and Rite of Entry to obtain access approval for survey team to enter private properties. SEPA checklist has been processed by Community Development Department. Director provided information on design and Right of Way acquisition actions to City Council members.
10/25/2014: Design team sent the geotech firm out for infiltration testing data. OPS excavated the test pits for the data needed to design of a stormwater infiltration system on 186th Ave, 188th Ave and 88th St.
10/11/2014: Real-Estate agent made contact with property owner for property acquisition and Right of Entry to obtain access approval for survey team to enter private properties. SEPA checklist has been processed by Community Development Department. Director provided information on design and Right of Way acquisition actions to City Council.
10/4/2014: Sent Right of Entry form to Real-Estate agent to obtain access approval for survey team to enter private properties. SEPA checklist is under review. Staff sent Notice To Proceed to PSE to start design for utility undergrounding.
9/27/2014: SEPA checklist completed and sent to [Community Development] department for review and processing.
July 19, 2014: City Engineer walked the site with PSE to help scope out the future locations of vaults and transformers. City Engineer & Director met with Post Office staff.
July 1, 2014: [From AB14-80] The City Council approved Resolution 2303 on 14 May 2013 for a Developer Agreement with the Renwood LLC. This agreement requires offsite street improvements to mitigate the impact of the Renwood development on surrounding streets. On October 15th, 2013 the CDC met and directed staff to submit a design effort of 30% for two options, the 186th Ave., 88th Ave., and 188th Ave. improvement and the 186th Ave. alignment to Veteran Memorial Drive. The design effort that quantified 30% design costs to purchase Right of Way, undergrounding utilities, and construct the improvements was submitted May 5th, presented to CDC June 3rd, and the Finance Committee on June 10th, 2014.
June 21, 2014: Awaiting review and direction from City Council prior to continuing design and initiation of ROW acquisition.