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Disaster Recovery

Action Plan

The needs following a disaster will likely outstrip the available CDBG-DR funding appropriation. Grantees will have to allocate finite resources based on a thorough analysis of unmet needs and the agency’s strategic priorities. The CDBG-DR Action Plan will describe an analysis and a plan to allocate available funding to a combination of housing, economic development, infrastructure, and services programs.

City of Moore CDBG-DR Action Plan
Amendment 1 Second Allocation
Amendment 2 Waiver
Amendment 3
Substantial Amendment 4
Non-Substantial Amendment 5

Quarterly Performance Reports

Quarterly Performance Reports (QPR) are tools for grantees to identify progress towards statutory requirements, such as achievement of national objectives and expenditure milestones, and provide a vehicle for grantees to tell their stories of how investments are achieving results in their communities.

The QPR reports accomplishments for each quarter and on a cumulative basis at the grant and activity level by identifying accomplishments once a national objective has been met and providing narrative detail on progress of the grant as a whole and per activity.

January - March 2015 QPR
April - June 2015 QPR
July - September 2015 QPR
October - December 2015 QPR
January - March 2016 QPR
April - June 2016 QPR
July - September 2016 QPR
October - December 2016 QPR
January - March 2017 QPR
April - June 2017 QPR
July - September 2017 QPR
October - December 2017 QPR
July-September 2018 QPR
September-December 2018 QPR

Administration Projects

General Description: The City of Moore receives technical assistance for the Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery from Community Development Services.
CDS Contract 2014 2015
CDS Contract 2015 2016
CDS Contract 2016 2017
CDS Contract 2017 2018

General Description: Certified Public Accountants perform an internal audit for the CDBG-DR program quarterly. The audit is conducted in accordance with the Single Audit Act of 1984 and OMB Circular A-133, the GAO Government Auditing Standards, as well as the Office of Inspector General, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Vendor: Horne, LLP

Contract Price: $65,000.00
Procurement Narrative: A City Request for Proposal announcement was made on July 16, 2014 for Internal Audit for the Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery. Proposals were accepted until August 6, 2014 and four proposals were submitted. Horne, LLP was awarded the contract on September 15, 2014.
Horne Contract 2014 2015

Contract Price: $65,178.96

Procurement Narrative: A City Request for Proposal announcement was made on September 18, 2015 for Internal Audit for the Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery. Proposals were accepted until October 9, 2015 and one proposal was submitted. Horne, LLP was awarded the contract on November 16, 2015.
Horne Contract 2015 2016
Horne Contract 2016 2017

Vendor: Deloitte & Touche LLP

Contract Price: $60,750.00

Procurement Narrative: A City Request for Proposal announcement was made on March 31, 2017 for Internal Audit for the Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery. Proposals were accepted until May 1, 2017 and five proposals were submitted. Deloitte & Touche LLP was awarded the contract on June 19, 2017.
Deloitte Contract 2017 2018
Deloitte Contract 2018 2019

General Description: Engineering for the reconstruction of Bryant Avenue from SE 4th Street to SE 12th Street.

Vendor: Meshek & Associates

Contract Price: $270,623.50

Procurement Narrative: A City Request for Proposal announcement was made on May 13, 2015 for Civil Engineering Services for Disaster Recovery. Proposals were accepted until June 4, 2015 and 23 proposals were submitted. The following firms were selected: Meshek & Associates, Poe & Associates, Cabbiness Engineering, and CEC Infrastructure Solutions.

Meshek Contract 2015 2016
Bryant Notice To Proceed And Task Orders

General Description: Development of a new 4,300 linear feet long, 10 foot wide multi-purpose pedestrian trail with landscaping and supporting amenities commencing near the Plaza Towers Elementary School to approximately Eagle Dr and SW 10th St around the Foxglove addition lake.

Vendor:
Cabbiness Engineering

Contract Price: $74,500.00

Procurement Narrative: A City Request for Proposal announcement was made on May 13, 2015 for Civil Engineering Services for Disaster Recovery. Proposals were accepted until June 4, 2015 and 23 proposals were submitted. The following firms were selected: Meshek & Associates, Poe & Associates, Cabbiness Engineering, and CEC Infrastructure Solutions.

Cabbiness Contract 2015 2016
Foxglove Trail Notice to Proceed and Task Order

Planning Projects

General Description: The Infrastructure Recovery and Implementation Plan (IRIP) will be used as a guide for the City in its recovery and resiliency efforts for the next five years following the May 20, 2013 tornado. It will be used to guide capital improvements to water, wastewater, storm water, roadway, sidewalk, bikeway, trail, and open space infrastructure systems.

Vendor: Cardinal Engineering

Contract Price: $229,000.00

Procurement Narrative: A City Request for Proposal announcement was made on April 9, 2014 for Professional Services to complete the Infrastructure Recovery and Implementation Plan. Proposals were accepted until May 12, 2014 and four proposals were submitted. Cardinal Engineering was awarded the contract on July 7, 2014.

Cardinal Engineering Contract
IRIP Final Volume I

General Description: The Hazard Mitigation Wall will be a wall constructed along Interstate 35 adjacent to the Southmoor Addition in between SW 4th and SW 19th street. It will be designed to withstand winds of a minimum of 135 mph and will contain unique aesthetic design elements.

Vendor:
Poe & Associates

Final Project Cost: $83,351.57

Procurement Narrative: A City Request for Proposal announcement was made on July 9, 2014 for Engineering and Design Services for the I-35 Hazard Mitigation Wall. Proposals were accepted until July 31, 2014 and three proposals were submitted. Poe & Associates were awarded the contract on October 6, 2014.

Poe & Associates Contract - HMW
HUD Denial of Hazard Mitigation Wall

General Description: The City of Moore is working with consultants to prepare the Comprehensive Storm Water Management and Drainage Plan with the goal to develop a comprehensive, integrated storm water plan for the City, The plan will evaluate existing and potential drainage and flooding problems within the City and recommend capital improvement projects and/or programmatic measures to correct or avoid such problems. It will also provide a Compliance and Monitoring Plan for the Lake Thunderbird Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) and establish a 5 year Storm Water Quality Management Plan.

Vendor:
Meshek & Associates

Final Project Cost: $395,128.60

Procurement Narrative: A City Request for Proposal announcement was made on December 3, 2014 for Professional Services to complete the Comprehensive Storm Water Management and Drainage Plan. Proposals were accepted until January 7, 2015 and five proposals were submitted. Meshek & Associates was awarded the contract on March 16, 2015.

Meshek Associates Contract
Comprehensive Stormwater Management Plan Vol. I
Comprehensive Stormwater Management Plan Vol. II
Comprehensive Stormwater Management Plan Vol. III

General Description: An update to the Moore Vision 20/20, which includes public facilities, sewer and water utilities, parks, transportation, and economic development. The Comprehensive Plan serves as the major land use policy document for the City of Moore.

Vendor: Guernsey

Final Project Cost: $401,491.00

Procurement Narrative: A City Request for Proposal announcement was made on July 17, 2015 for Professional Services to complete a Comprehensive Plan update. Proposals were accepted until August 10, 2015 and six proposals were submitted. Guernsey was awarded the contract on December 21, 2015.

Guernsey Contract
Envision Moore Final Plan

General Description:

  • Server: The purchase of ESRI's ArcGIS for Server Enterprise Advanced with ArcGIS for Desktop user licensing. All interfaces between the GIS software and the City's various municipal software programs are already created and functional and are fully integrated. The addition of ESRI's ArcGIS will make our current software more robust and therefore beneficial to our employees and the citizens of Moore. Surrounding cities also use ArcGIS software. The City of Moore will benefit from sharing information with those surrounding cities in normal operations and especially in times of emergency such as the May 20, 2013 tornado destruction.
  • Update:
    • Conduct an initial general needs assessment prior to proceeding with a GIS implementation project.
    • Define the data (digital maps and attributes) needed for the GIS to extract information relevant to the functions and activities of the city government as the City of Moore determines necessary.
    • Deliver the data in geodatabase format with necessary metadata required to support the government functions and activities
    • Provide recommendations and specifications for data acquisition and submittals from developers and other parties to allow direct importation of new project information into the GIS system. In addition, recommend any potential fees the city might collect to offset future maintenance and data acquisition costs.
    • Deliver a city-wide GIS plan that identifies a recommended implementation timeline, the general configurations of the data, and expertise required to provide mapping support to the final government functions and allows for the use of a web based digital mapping for both City employees and the public.

Vendor for Update: Lemke Land Surveying, LLC

Vendor for Server: Esri

Final Project Cost: $501,000.00

Procurement Narrative: A City Request for Proposal announcement was made on June 3, 2015 for Geographic Information System Update. Responses were accepted until June 30, 2015 and seven submittals were received. Lemke Land Surveying, LLC was awarded the contract on October 19, 2015.

Lemke Land Surveying Contract

General Description: A Benefit Cost Analysis (BCA) for the proposed Resiliency Center that is planned to be located at Central Park in the City of Moore. The BCA will be submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development as part of the Disaster Recovery Grant Application for Phase 2 of the National Disaster Resilience Competition.

Vendor: CEC Infrastructure Solutions

Final Project Cost: $38,000.00

Procurement Narrative: A City Request for Proposal announcement was made on May 13, 2015 for Civil Engineering Services for Disaster Recovery. Proposals were accepted until June 4, 2015 and 23 proposals were submitted. The following firms were selected: Meshek & Associates, Poe & Associates, Cabbiness Engineering, and CEC Infrastructure Solutions.

CEC Infrastructure Solutions Contract
Benefit Cost Analysis For Resiliency Center

General Description: Engineering and analysis required to prepare a benefit / cost analysis (BCA) for the implementation of smart water meters in the City of Moore. The BCA will be submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development as part of the Disaster Recovery Grant Application for Phase 2 of the National Disaster Resilience Competition.

Vendor: Poe & Associates

Final Project Cost: $35,000.00

Procurement Narrative: A City Request for Proposal announcement was made on May 13, 2015 for Civil Engineering Services for Disaster Recovery. Proposals were accepted until June 4, 2015 and 23 proposals were submitted. The following firms were selected: Meshek & Associates, Poe & Associates, Cabbiness Engineering, and CEC Infrastructure Solutions.

Poe Associates Contract
Benefit Cost Analysis For Smart Water Meters

Infrastructure Projects

General Description: Street repair for SW 11th from Telephone Rd. to Heather Lane, SW 12th St. from Telephone to Heather, SW 13th from Telephone to Heather, SW 14th from Telephone to Heather, SW 15th from Telephone to Janeway, Heather Lane from Janeway to SW 11th St. Construction of 2 parking lots with 10 spaces each. Construction of intersections at 11th St/Heather and south half of Heather at Kings Manor. Valley Gutters at Kings Manor at Stub SW 8th, and SW 9th.

Vendor: Silver Star Construction

Final Project Cost: $2,129,578.14

Procurement Narrative: A City Bid announcement was made on May 30, 2014 for City of Moore Public Works Maintenance. Bids were accepted until June 20, 2014 and one submittal was received. Silver Star was awarded the contract on July 21, 2014.

Kings Manor Construction Contract
Kings Manor Project Eligibility

General Description: Project includes reconstruction of Eagle Dr., SW 10th St., Ridgeway Dr., and SW 8th St. The street repair will be a 12 foot easement on each side of the road.

Vendor: Rudy Construction and Veolia

Final Project Cost: $3,774,411.72

Procurement Narrative: A City Bid announcement was made on October 9, 2015 for City of Moore Public Works On-Demand Construction Services. Bids were accepted until October 30, 2015 and five submittals were received. Rudy Construction was awarded the contract on November 16, 2015.

Plaza Towers Street Repair Rudy Contract
Plaza Towers Street Repair Veolia Contract
Plaza Towers Project Eligibility

General Description: The development of sanitary sewer rehabilitation and/or replacement construction plans, from the project conception through construction completion. All design and construction requirements of the City of Moore and the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality, will be followed for the rehabilitation and/or the replacement of 9,000 linear feet of the 12”, 18” and 21” Little River Park Sanitary Sewer Interceptor.

Vendors: Cabbiness Engineering and Matthews Trenching

Final Project Cost: $1,824,130.36

Procurement Narrative:

  • Cabbiness Engineering: A City Request for Proposal announcement was made on May 13, 2015 for Civil Engineering Services for Disaster Recovery. Proposals were accepted until June 4, 2015 and 23 proposals were submitted. The following firms were selected: Meshek & Associates, Poe & Associates, Cabbiness Engineering, and CEC Infrastructure Solutions.
  • Matthews Trenching: A City Bid announcement was made on January 18, 2017 for Little River Park Sanitary Sewer Interceptor Rehabilitation/Replacement. Bids were accepted February 20, 2017 and four submittals were received. Matthews Trenching was awarded the contract on April 3, 2017.

Cabbiness Engineering Sewer Interceptor Contract
Matthews Trenching Sewer Interceptor Contract
Little River Sewer Interceptor Project Eligibility

General Description: Construction of a sidewalk along SE 4th Street from Bryant to Eastern Avenue and crosswalk for Highland East Junior High.

Vendors: CEC Infrastructure Solutions and Rudy Construction

Final Project Cost: $927,141.60

Procurement Narrative:

  • CEC Infrastructure Solutions: City Request for Proposal announcement was made on May 13, 2015 for Civil Engineering Services for Disaster Recovery. Proposals were accepted until June 4, 2015 and 23 proposals were submitted. The following firms were selected: Meshek & Associates, Poe & Associates, Cabbiness Engineering, and CEC Infrastructure Solutions.
  • Rudy Construction: A City Bid announcement was made on October 9, 2015 for City of Moore Public Works On-Demand Construction Services. Bids were accepted until October 30, 2015 and five submittals were received. Rudy Construction was awarded the contract on November 16, 2015.

CEC 4Th St Sidewalk Contract
Rudy SE4th Sidewalk Contract
SE 4Th St Sidewalk Project Eligibility

General Description: Rehab/reconstruction of the asphalt/concrete road to provide improvements and safety enhancements.The project location is on Telephone Road from Main St to SW 4th St. The roadway reconstruction will be 12 feet easement on each side of the road.

Vendor: Silver Star Construction

Final Project Cost: $898,607.50

Procurement Narrative: A City Bid announcement was made on October 9, 2015 for City of Moore Public Works On-Demand Construction Services. Bids were accepted until October 30, 2015 and five submittals were received. Silver Star Construction was awarded the contract on November 16, 2015.

Silver Star N. Telephone Contract
North Telephone Project Eligibility

General Description: Rehab/reconstruction of the asphalt/concrete road to provide improvements and safety enhancements.The project location is on Telephone Road from 4th to 19th Street. An intersection will be constructed at 17th St. and Telephone Road.

Final Project Cost: $1,223,651.76

Procurement Narrative: A City Bid announcement was made on March 31 and April 7, 2017 for Construction services for the widening of South Telephone Road. Bids were accepted until May 1, 2017 and five submittals were received. Silver Star Construction was awarded the Contract on June 5, 2017.




General Description: Sidewalk Improvement in front of Baer's Westmoore Neighborhood, on the south side of SW 19th St.

Vendor: Rudy Construction

Final Project Cost: $90,232.69

Procurement Narrative: A City Bid announcement was made on October 9, 2015 for City of Moore Public Works On-Demand Construction Services. Bids were accepted until October 30, 2015 and five submittals were received. Rudy Construction was awarded the contract on November 16, 2015.

Rudy Baers Westmoore Contract
Baers Westmoore Project Eligibility

General Description: Panel replacements throughout the JD Estates Neighborhood on SE 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, Whispering Oaks, Hazelwood, Pinewood, Post Oak, Cottonwood, and S. Bryant streets.

Vendor: Rudy Construction

Final Project Cost: $394,154.39

Procurement Narrative: A City Bid announcement was made on October 9, 2015 for City of Moore Public Works On-Demand Construction Services. Bids were accepted until October 30, 2015 and five submittals were received. Rudy Construction was awarded the contract on November 16, 2015.

Rudy JD Estates Contract
JD Estates Project Eligibility

General Description: Panel Replacements throughout the Eastmoor Neighborhood on Silverleaf Dr, Bouziden Dr, Avery Dr, Patterson Dr, SE 5th Ct, SE 6th St, SE 7th Ct, SE 8th St, and Eastmoor Ct.

Vendor: Silver Star Construction

Final Project Cost: $179,615.95

Procurement Narrative: A City Bid announcement was made on October 9, 2015 for City of Moore Public Works On-Demand Construction Services. Bids were accepted until October 30, 2015 and five submittals were received. Silver Star Construction was awarded the contract on November 16, 2015.

Silver Star Eastmoor Contract
Eastmoor Project Eligibility

General Description: Street repair and replacement from SE 19th St to SE 4th St, drainage work, and waterline replacement and relocation.

Vendor: Silver Star Construction, Veolia, and Poe & Associates

Final Project Cost: $3,292,726.87

Procurement Narrative:

  • Silver Star Construction: A City Bid announcement was made on October 9, 2015 for City of Moore Public Works On-Demand Construction Services. Bids were accepted until October 30, 2015 and five submittals were received. Silver Star Construction was awarded the contract on November 16, 2015.
  • Veolia: A City Bid announcement was made on August 12, 2015 for Operations, Maintenance, and Management Services. Bids were accepted until September 11, 2015 and five submittals were received. Veolia Water North America was awarded the contract on December 21, 2015.
  • Poe & Associates: City Request for Proposal announcement was made on May 13, 2015 for Civil Engineering Services for Disaster Recovery. Proposals were accepted until June 4, 2015 and 23 proposals were submitted. The following firms were selected: Meshek & Associates, Poe & Associates, Cabbiness Engineering, and CEC Infrastructure Solutions.

Poe Associates S. Broadway Contract
Silver Star S. Broadway Contract
Veolia S. Broadway Contract
S. Broadway Project Eligibility

General Description: Drainage improvements along Little River including Detention Ponds and Channel Improvements.

Vendors: Meshek & Associates and Downey Contracting

Contract Price: $10,347,808.75

Procurement Narrative:

  • Meshek & Associates: City Request for Proposal announcement was made on May 13, 2015 for Civil Engineering Services for Disaster Recovery. Proposals were accepted until June 4, 2015 and 23 proposals were submitted. The following firms were selected: Meshek & Associates, Poe & Associates, Cabbiness Engineering, and CEC Infrastructure Solutions.
  • Downey Contracting: A City Bid announcement was made on February 23, 2018 for Little River Park Drainage Improvements. Bids were accepted March 26, 2018 and three submittals were received. Downey Contracting, LLC was awarded the contract on May 7, 2018.

Meshek Associates Little River Drainage Contract
Downey Contracting Little River Drainage Contract
Little River Drainage Improvement Project Eligibility

General Description: Replacement of Eagle Dr. from SW 19th to SW 14th street with the addition of sidewalks and a gateway sign for the Foxglove housing addtion.

Vendor:
Rudy Construction

Final Project Cost: $736,439.42

Procurement Narrative: A City Bid announcement was made on October 9, 2015 for City of Moore Public Works On-Demand Construction Services. Bids were accepted until October 30, 2015 and five submittals were received. Rudy Construction was awarded the contract on November 16, 2015.

Rudy Eagle Drive Contract
Eagle Drive Project Eligibility

General Description: Road and streetscape work along SW 11th St. from Penn Lane to Eagle Dr. and on Eagle Dr from SW 14th to SW 11th St. This project also includes construction of a bridge box connection SW 11th Street on the west side of Plaza Towers Elementary.

Vendors: Cardinal Engineering and Rudy Construction

Final Project Cost: $2,166,160.96

Procurement Narrative: A City Bid announcement was made on October 9, 2015 for City of Moore Public Works On-Demand Construction Services. Bids were accepted until October 30, 2015 and five submittals were received. Rudy Construction was awarded the contract on November 16, 2015.

Cardinal Engineering Streetscape Contract
Rudy Streetscape Contract
Plaza Towers Streetscape And Bridge Box Project Eligibility

Public Facilities

General Description:

  • 2 - 5 year old tot lot and 5 - 12 year old playground
  • 5 benches and 3 picnic tables
  • Poured-in-place Safety Surfacing with custom graphics and design patterns

Vendor: Playwell Group and Rudy Construction

Final Project Cost: $610,666.03

Procurement Narrative:

  • Playwell Group: A City Request for Proposal announcement was made on February 9, 2016 for Playground Equipment for Little River Park. Bids were accepted until April 5, 2016 and ten submittals were received. The Playwell Group was awarded the contract on August 15, 2016.
  • Rudy Construction: A City Bid announcement was made on October 9, 2015 for City of Moore Public Works On-Demand Construction Services. Bids were accepted until October 30, 2015 and five submittals were received. Rudy Construction was awarded the contract on November 16, 2015.

Playwell Group Little River Contract
Rudy Little River Contract
Little River Playground Project Eligibility

General Description:

  • Construction of a 7,500 total square foot Flow-Through Spray Park and Sidewalk per drawings.
  • Spray Park deck integral colored concrete 6,150 square feet to be Tan and Silversmoke Gray or similar.
  • Supply and install Vortex equipment as per drawings.
  • Supply and install water feature piping from Vortex Vault Command Center manifold to water features.
  • Supply and install electrical conduit from controller to activator.
  • Construct an elevated 18” seat wall.
  • Supply and install ten (10) Shades: Three (3) Cantilever Shades and Seven (7) (11x11) Kite Shades
  • Supply and install Six (6) Park Benches.
  • Supply and install Seven (7) UrbanScape Portage (PODN31C Forest Green) Tables.
  • Supply and install a six foot tall black rod iron fence to enclose the Spray Park. The fence will include an ADA compliant swing gate with a latch and lock. The fence will be capped and will include a concrete weed barrier strip that is 18 inches wide and 4 inches deep along the fence line. The fence will be set six feet from the edge of the Splashpad.
  • Supply and install Bermuda sod around Spray Park.
  • Start-up, programming and operator training by manufacturer’s representative

Vendor: RJR Enterprises

Final Project Cost: $844,614.05

Procurement Narrative: A City Request for Proposal announcement was made on February 9, 2016 for Spray Park for Little River Park. Bids were accepted until April 5, 2016 and four submittals were received. RJR Enterprises was awarded the contract on August 15, 2016.

RJR Enterprises Contract
Little River Spray Park Project Eligibility

Housing Rehabilitation Program

General Description: fence installation, window repair, new garage door installation, exterior painting, ceiling patching and painting, and storm shelter installation.

Vendors: Unlimited Construction and Tornado Safe

Final Project Cost: $18,623.81

General Description:

  • Reset all loose brick, rock, block, and point all cracks
  • Replace fence and gates
  • replace exterior door
  • replace garden doors
  • replace 8 windows
  • replace 2 skylights
  • exterior painting and caulking

Vendors: Total Home Exterior

Final Project Cost: $15,477.98

General Description:

  • Replace 1 entry door including interior and exterior casing and brick mold
  • Install gutters
  • Replace shingle molding, frieze board, and fascia
  • Replace section of soffit adjacent
  • Replace all siding and trim
  • New garage door
  • Replace soffit vent
  • Install tile backsplash
  • Install window sill and apron
  • Install missing shelf and closet rod
  • Tornado Shelter Installation

Vendors: LG Construction Co. and Tornado Safe

Final Project Cost: $25,537.60

The Curve (SW 17th/Janeway Redevelopment)

General Description: A master plan for a 14.4-acre site located at Southwest 17th Street and Janeway Avenue. The City has indicated its vision is to include new urbanist principles to develop a master plan for a “village center” concept that will include mixed income housing, as well as the possibility of an additional market driven mix of uses. A consultant will lead a team in facilitating community visioning process with a variety of stakeholders, to include a vision and design charrette, that will ultimately result in a master development plan for the site and a regulating framework, such as a hybrid form-based code or a feasible alternative, that ensures the plan’s implementation.

Vendor:
Meshek & Associates

Final Project Cost: $308,266.96

Procurement Narrative: City Request for Proposal announcement was made on May 13, 2015 for Civil Engineering Services for Disaster Recovery. Proposals were accepted until June 4, 2015 and 23 proposals were submitted. The following firms were selected: Meshek & Associates, Poe & Associates, Cabbiness Engineering, and CEC Infrastructure Solutions.

Meshek Associates Masterplan Contract
SW 17Th Janeway PUD Final
SW 17Th Janeway Redevelopment Masterplan

General Description: Phase I and II Environmental Assessments for asbestos and lead inspections.

Vendors: Lochner and Marshall Environmental Management

Final Project Cost: $19,127.00

Procurement Narrative: The City of Moore received 3 written quotes and chose Lochner and Marshall Environmental Management.

Lochner Contract
Marshall Environmental Management Contract
Royal Park Redevelopment Tract Phase I Esa 12 17 2014
0028 Royal Park Mem Ab Report Appendix
0028 Royal Park Mem Soil Report Appendix

General Description: Services for asbestos removal for the Royal Park Development Tract. The Royal Park Development Tract consists of four structures located at: 701 SW 17th St.; 1719 S. Janeway Avenue; 1716 Keith Court; and 704 McClaren Street – Moore, OK 73160. Details of the status of each building are contained in The Marshall Environmental Management, Inc. Asbestos Inspection Report of March 9, 2015.

Vendor:
AMX Environmental

Final Project Cost: $45,712.00

Procurement Narrative: Services for asbestos removal for the Royal Park Development Tract. The Royal Park Development Tract consists of four structures located at: 701 SW 17th St.; 1719 S. Janeway Avenue; 1716 Keith Court; and 704 McClaren Street – Moore, OK 73160. Details of the status of each building are contained in The Marshall Environmental Management, Inc. Asbestos Inspection Report of March 9, 2015.

AMX Environmental Contract

General Description: Services for demolition of 701 SW 17th St., 1719 S. Janeway Ave., 1716 Keith Ct., 704 McClaren St., Moore, OK 73160 including accessory structures, garages, porches, pools, and fence.

Vendor:
K & M Wrecking

Final Project Cost: $88,000.00

Procurement Narrative: A City Bid announcement was made on January 8, 2016 for Demolition for Royal Park Development Tract. Bids were accepted February 1, 2016 and five submittals were received. Matthews K & M Wrecking was awarded the contract on February 16, 2016.

K & M Wrecking Contract

General Description: Construction Services for the SW 17th/Janeway Redevelopment Preliminary Site Grading and Utility Design.

Vendors:
Meshek & Associates, Silver Star Construction, and Brewer Construction

Contract Price: $1,580,273.75

Procurement Narrative:

  • Meshek & Associates: City Request for Proposal announcement was made on May 13, 2015 for Civil Engineering Services for Disaster Recovery. Proposals were accepted until June 4, 2015 and 23 proposals were submitted. The following firms were selected: Meshek & Associates, Poe & Associates, Cabbiness Engineering, and CEC Infrastructure Solutions.
  • Silver Star Construction: A City Request Bid announcement was made on March 31, 2017 for SW 17th/Janeway Redevelopment Preliminary Site Grading Phase I. Bids were accepted until May 1, 2017 and five submittals were received. Silver Star Construction was awarded the contract on June 5, 2017.
  • Brewer Construction: A City Request Bid announcement was made on December 13, 2017 for construction of utility design for the SW 17th/Janeway redevelopment. Bids were accepted until January 16, 2018 and four responses were received. Brewer Construction was awarded the contract on February 5, 2018. Contractor to follow construction plans for Janeway Village Utility Design prepared by Meshek & Associates.

Meshek Assoicates Site Development Contract
Silver Star Site Grading Contract
Brewer Constrcution Utility Design Contract

Subsidy Amount: $15,960,249.45

Vendors: Belmont Development and Rise Residential

Procurement Narrative:

The City sought qualifications and competitive proposals to select a development team to design, finance, build, and manage a mixed-use, mixed income project with at least 200 units of housing to a maximum of 412 units (of which 80% must be affordable) complemented with retail space, common area, parking spaces, and amenities within the development area consistent with the SW 17th/Janeway Masterplan. The request for qualifications and proposals were published on July 7th and responses were due to the City on October 6, 2017. City Council awarded the contract to Belmont Development on December 17, 2018.

Disposition And Development Agreement