Hoover approves change order for Public Safety Center re-roofing
HOOVER – The project to replace the roof at the Hoover Public Safety Center off Valleydale Road will cost about $11,000 more than expected.
Hoover’s City Council approved a change order in the amount of $11,817 for the project at its meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 3.
The new total cost of the project is $1.05 million.
The addition to the contract calls for the contractor, Irondale-based Tecta America Southeast LLC, to install additional lightweight concrete and steel deck in areas discovered to be deteriorated during tear-off.
The change order will not affect the anticipated completion date of the project.
About 1,300 square feet of steel deck will be replaced, at a price of $9 per square foot.
In other business, the council:
- Authorized Mayor Frank Brocato to execute an add-on quote to the Sungard Public Sector Inc. application service provider agreement regarding modification to the Naviline Fleet Management interface. The quote, in the amount of $1,760, is for project management and development.
- Authorized the lease of office space at the Hoover Public Safety Center to the National Association of School Resource Officers. The lease will last until Dec. 31, 2020 and is for 2,480 square feet of space.
- Authorized signature card changes on the worker’s compensation claims account Regions Bank account. Nancy Robertson is to be removed, and Stephanie Fraser will be added.
- Approved minutes from the Dec. 19, 2016 meeting.
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