Miami, Florida 2021-07-20 23:48:33 –
It’s been nearly four years since Hurricane Irma hit the Coconut Grove Dinner Key Marina and hit the state’s largest municipal marina. Final repairs are needed to bring the Dinner Key back to its former glory.
Today (7/22), the Miami Commissioner is at Kearns Construction Co to repair a city-owned marina. We are to consider approving the final contract with.
Under consideration is a change order with Kearns, a design-build service for dinner key marina repair and repair, up to $ 300,000 for additional repairs, with a contract limit of approximately $ 22.4 million to a total of $ 22,788,038. It will be pulled up so that it does not exceed.
Prior to Irma’s attack on September 10, 2017, Dinner Key Marina was Florida’s largest wetslip marine facility. City officials estimated that Irma destroyed 60% of the docking stations.
City officials spent several months preparing a request for proposal for repair and reconstruction of the marina, which was finally issued in November 2018. According to background notes, the first project was to repair or replace a dock and utility with damaged hurricanes.
The overall goal of the project is to bring the marina up and running efficiently by restoring or replacing concrete and wood dock structures, fire protection systems, coastal power, lighting, sewage pumpouts, household water and sewage, communications and security systems. It was to bring it back. A notice of continuation was issued on July 8, 2019.
Most recently, in early June of this year, the city’s Real Estate Asset Management Authority (DREAM) approved the replacement of 10 mooring stakes in excess of the amount specified in the contract with Kerns. According to a background note on the latest changes, another 90 mooring pile was determined to be in very poor condition and needed to be replaced in the short term.
“DREAM may a) carry out additional mooring stake replacements before Kerns demobilizes so that the boats can return to the marina, and b) replace the above stakes at an agreed price. We have determined that it is in the city’s best interests. In April 2019, this is about 40% to 50% cheaper than the current estimated market unit price for similar mooring pile replacements, “the memo said.
Funding to cover repairs and repairs comes from several sources, including city insurance. Approved funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). State-city matching commitment to FEMA funding (approximately 10%). $ 1.2 million Florida endorheic district grant. And other city funding.
In its quest to hire a company for repairs and repairs, the city provided the history of the popular Globe Waterfront and Marina of the 3400 Pan American Drive as part of the initial request for a request for proposal.
Marinas typically consisted of nine piers consisting of fixed concrete docks with approximately 582 wet slips.
“The area along Coconut Grove in Biscayne Bay has a long history of use on the waterfront, starting with the Naval Air Base in 1918 and ending with the Pan Am Seaplane Terminal from 1932 to 1945. The original terminal building. Is still used as the city hall. “Reading the document.
The original marina, built in the 1950s, usually consisted of three main docks extending from an old seaplane terminal. The current marina facility was built in the mid to late 1980s.
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