SSUSD Board approves Las Flores change order, agreement | News

The Sierra Sands Unified College District Board of Education, at its Dec. 15 conference, accepted two things linked to the Las Flores Elementary College project.

The first is a alter purchase with West Coast Air, Inc. for roofing replacement and mechanical perform at Las Flores Elementary College.

District Director of Design Randy Coit advised the board the district initiated a job in January 2012 with the Division of Condition Architecture for structural repairs associated to HVAC programs at Las Flores Elementary University, and the venture was closed without the need of certification in February 2013. 

“The board approved the district to agreement with West Coastline Air, Inc. for HVAC upgrades at 4 elementary faculties, to include things like Las Flores Elementary School Jan. 20,” he said.

He said West Coast Air, Inc. initiated a undertaking with DSA to start the HVAC updates at Las Flores in June.

“At that time, the district, by way of West Coast Air, Inc., was created knowledgeable of the earlier, uncertified undertaking,” reported Coit. “It was established that there have been deficiencies in the MPR constructing roof process that will have to be corrected to shut out the original venture and make it possible for West Coastline Air, Inc. to commence the new challenge. The MPR roof will want to be replaced and new mechanical models installed to suitable these deficiencies.”

He claimed the district asked for a proposal from West Coastline Air, Inc. for the function as a change order under the latest deal.

“Under General public Contract Code Portion 21152, the board may possibly authorize the contractor to proceed with the modify with no competitive bidding, supplied that the additional cost to the district does not exceed 10 per cent of the volume of the initial agreement,” Coit stated. “The total proposed by West Coast Air, Inc. fulfills this criterion.” 

The proposal been given from West Coast Air, Inc. for the change get is $496,475.

The board also authorized an settlement with the Garland Organization, Inc. to order roofing resources for the Las Flores HVAC Alternative task pursuant to a California various award timetable contract.

Coit reported the roof demands to be replaced and new mechanical models installed to proper individuals deficiencies.

“It is price tag powerful for the district to invest in the roofing supplies specifically by a CMAS agreement,” he explained, including that it is allowable underneath the California General public Contracts Code.

The components will expense practically $98,500.

Funding for both will occur from Coronavirus Support, Relief, and Economic Stability Act as perfectly as Elementary and Secondary University Aid Fund funding.