New Windsor City Hall Expected To Get The Green Light At Council
Monday May 30th, 2016
Posted at 10:00am
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Construction of the new Windsor City Hall is set to get the green light Monday at a special meeting of City Council.
Council will be asked to approve awarding the contract to Oscar Construction Company Ltd. for a total of $28,543,290. The tender came in $815,113 under budget and that money will be transferred to the project contingency budget.
In addition, council will be asked to approve $30,201,137 in the construction of provisional items.
- Streetscape/pedestrian path improvements between the new city hall and the 400 CHS buildings. This includes lighting, hard surface
finishes, curbing, bollards and landscaping on the southern portion of City Hall Square East which will be closed. The cost is $365,000.
- A second floor green roof will be added where there is overhangs for a overall cost of $114,000.
- They will also finish of the future growth area on 3rd, 4th and 5th floors. This work includes carpet tiles, ceiling tiles, lighting and perimeter dry wall for a total cost of $489,000.
- Artistic colour lights on the north and south side of the building including all associated control wiring, communication devices, and control system. The new lighting provides an opportunity for a link between the public, the Civic Plaza and New City Hall especially on certain occasions which would also complement the colour theme. The cost is $126,500.
- Enhance the roof waterproofing membrane to extend the life of the roofing system. This item includes an upgrade to the already quality system
by adding a flood coat of adhesive and embed 6-8 lbs per s.f of pea stone ballast with parapet flashings. The cost is $41,000.
Finally, the last part of the project they will be asked to approve is for new furniture.
Monarch Basics came in as the lowest bidder at a total of $1,171,652. The new furniture will accommodate an estimated 275 staff members and includes cubicles, office furniture, and loose furniture throughout the building.
Construction is set to start this summer and be complected by 2018.