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File #: 19-107    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Purchasing Status: Passed
File created: 1/22/2019 In control: City Commission
On agenda: 2/5/2019 Final action: 2/5/2019
Title: APPROVAL OF RESOLUTION NO. 33-19 TO AWARD AN AGREEMENT WITH R.J. HEISENBOTTLE ARCHITECTS, PA FOR DESIGN AND ENGINEERING PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FOR THE DELRAY BEACH SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY STATION PURSUANT TO RFQ NO. 2018-048 - $325,712.40
Sponsors: Public Works Department - Programs & Project Manag
Attachments: 1. Agenda Cover Report, 2. 2018-048 Agreement, vendor executed, 3. Resolution No. 33-19 CA rev, 4. Legal Review Checklist form v. 5 RJ Heisenbottle Agreement, 5. 2018-048 Design Eng. Prof Srvs for DB Seaboard Air Line Railway Station FINAL, 6. 2018-048 Addendum No. 1, 7. 2018-048 Addendum No. 2, 8. 2018-048 Addendum No. 3, 9. 2018-048 Addendum No. 4, 10. R.J. Heisenbottle Architects Responce, 11. 2018-048 Scoring Summary
TO: Mayor and Commissioners
FROM: Jennifer Alvarez, Purchasing Director
THROUGH: Mark R. Lauzier, City Manager
DATE: February 5, 2019

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APPROVAL OF RESOLUTION NO. 33-19 TO AWARD AN AGREEMENT WITH R.J. HEISENBOTTLE ARCHITECTS, PA FOR DESIGN AND ENGINEERING PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FOR THE DELRAY BEACH SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY STATION PURSUANT TO RFQ NO. 2018-048 - $325,712.40

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Recommended Action:
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Motion to approve Resolution No. 33-19 to award an agreement with R.J. Heisenbottle Architects, PA for design and engineering professional services for the Delray Beach Seaboard Air Line Railway Station pursuant to RFQ No. 2018-048 at a cost of $325,712.40.

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Background:
The Delray Beach Seaboard Air Line Railroad Station (Station) was built in 1927 and designed by renowned architect Gustav A. Maass. The City of Delray Beach (City) acquired the property in 2005 and has utilized it for storage needs and by the City’s Fire-Rescue Department for on-site training. In 1986, the Station was recognized for its significance when it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Station’s local importance was recognized in 1988 when it was listed on the Local Register of Historic Places.

The City identified a need to rehabilitate the Station, and thus issued an Request for Qualifications (RFQ) No. 2018-048 to acquire a firm which will provide design, engineering, and bid-related professional services related to the rehabilitation of the Station.

The planned rehabilitation efforts will accommodate the adaptive reuse of the original 1927 portion on the south side of the building to accommodate office space; the adaptive reuse of the northern portion will accommodate a future business incubator. The site will be designed to accommodate improvements including parking, lighting, and landscaping which incorporate historically appropriate details and materials. Additional on-site improvements will provide off-site connectivity for pedestr...

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