Design and Construction Management Capital Improvement Projects
The Department of Design and Construction Management is responsible for implementing its Capital Improvement Projects in a timely and efficient manner. Staff assists other Departments and Offices with programming and defining scopes of work for Capital Improvement Projects, as well as providing cost estimates and preparing project budgets, including renderings and design concepts for proposed improvements. Staff provides management of consultants and construction management and is intimately involved in the permitting and construction administration of projects.
What is a Capital Improvement Project?
A Capital Improvement Project is defined as the major construction, expansion, purchase, or major repair or replacement of buildings, utility systems, streets, or other physical structures or property, which requires the expenditure of $10,000 or more and has an expected life or useful life of at least five years.
|PROJECT NAME||PROJECT NUMBER||PROJECT MANAGER||DISTRICT||FUNDING SOURCE||TOTAL PROJECT COST||PROJECT DESCRIPTION||PROJECT STATUS|
|2nd Floor Library- Development Services||DCM-19-001285||Alex Iglesias||2||General Fund||$6,200,000||Interior completion of approximately 34, 000 SF of Shell Space constructed above the County Library at City Hall, to house Development Services including Building,
Planning and Zoning, Engineering, Code Enforcement and Community Development. After completion of the improvements and move of staff then remaining staff at the former library building can move into City Hall, former library building demolished and additional parking constructed.
|The Design Consultant, Synalovski Romanik Saye issued 100% design development drawings to the City’s stakeholders for review and approval in July 2021. The City provided comments and approved to proceed to the Construction Document Phase; however, the Consultant requested to not proceed with CD’s until the Construction Manager at Risk’s agreement is approved by Commission and they have submitted their first cost estimate. The City agrees as it would be best to continue the permit documents once the CMAR has confirmed the project is within budget. The CMAR agreement is currently being reviewed by Legal and DCM.|
|Hollywood Boulevard Landscaping- City Hall to Dixie Hwy||PW 13-015||Juan Figueroa||2,3||C.I.P. – Broward MPO Grant||$1,200,000||Install landscape, irrigation and miscellaneous street furniture to perform City grant share of complete streets project after FDOT completes project.||The procurment package was submitted to the Broward County Mobility Advancement Program for approval. Upon approval the project will be advertised for bidding.|
|Avant-Garde Sidewalks (Grant)||EN 17-004/DCM-19-001121||Juan Figueroa||2,3||C.I.P.-State of Florida Safe Routes to School Grant $983,393 for FY 2020-22 for construction||No contract for construction yet.||Construction of approx. 2.5 miles of new concrete sidewalks and swale regrading near the Avant-Garde Academy, Broward. North Central sidewalks, completion of one side of the street from 22nd Ave to 24th Ave, from Grant St to Wilson St.||City Staff is addressing comments from the Florida Department of Transportation.|
|David Park Tennis Center Re-roof - 108 N 33rd Ct||DCM-19-001278 / PW 18-012||Rudy Damas||3||Re-roofing of the Tennis Center pro shop.||The Design Consultant, Synalovski Romanik Saye, initially completed the construction drawings for work associated with the roof replacement scope on April 2021. However, after several site visits, findings revealed the building interior had sustained significant water damage that requires repair or replacement. The City agrees that it would be best to start the roof replacement as the next steps would be the interior renovation. DCM to request pricing from the Design Consultant for the additional services of the interior renovation.|
|Design District Signs||CM 16-020||Karyn Sashi||4||Two new lighted monument signs for newly created Design District. Two signs to be installed in the median of N. 29th Avenue, between Sheridan Street and Stirling Road.||Project completed.|
|Hollywood Boulevard/SR7 Mobility HUB ( Grant)
||DCM-19-001241||Rudy Damas||6||$900,000 Broward MPO Sub recipient Agreement, $50,000 City Funds||$950,000||Local Agency agreement with Broward MPO to construct Mobility Hub Improvements||The Design Consultant, Kimley-Horn & Associates, issued the 95% construction document in September 2021 to the City for review and to FDOT for permitting. Public meeting was held in October.|
|Stan Goldman Park||DCM-19-000142||Karyn Sashi||3||Park Impact Fees||$167,120||Phase II on-going park enhancements. Community meetings held to determine desired improvements for phase II. Pickle-ball courts, restroom renovations, skate park renovations, security lighting, asphalt trail repaving, drainage, and security stations, received approval of the community.||The architect is wrapping up design development for the renovation of the restrooms and moving into construction documents. The CMAR is working with the architect to create a GMP price for the renovation.|
|SR7 Linear Park
||DCM-19-000144||Rudy Damas||4,6||$300,000 Park Impact Fees||$300,000||Construction of Playground at the FDOT property at the SE corner of Johnson St and SR7. Installation of pedestrian scale lighting along linear park and pedestrian access across drainage retention area at Taylor St and Pierce St.||The Design Consultant, Kimley-Horn & Associates, issued the 95% construction document in September 2021 to the City for review and to FDOT for permitting. Public meeting was held in October.|
||DCM-19-000216||Rudy Damas||1,3,4,5,6||$580,000 total estimated cost of tree plantings||An estimated 1210 new shade trees as will be planted. This project will meet the requirements of the City's agreements with the Florida Department of Transportation, whereas they would construct bicycle lanes and road improvements to 14 the Avenue, Polk Street, Park Road , and 56 Avenue and the City would take on the responsibility of the mitigating the lost trees along those projects, per Broward County.||The Design Consultant, Craven Thompson & Associates, completed the 100% construction documents. Public meeting was held in October.|
|Bike Lane- 56th Ave||DCM-19-001272||Rudy Damas||4,6||$140,000||Bike Lane Projects supported and requested by the City and funded by Broward County MPO. The bike lane projects are being constructed by FDOT. The City is responsible for any tree removal mitigation.||Pedesdrian signal improvements continues at various intersections along the corridor. Continued concrete removal & sidewalk areas preparation for concrete pour for turnouts/driveways as well as mass transit improvements (bus stops/pads) at various locations. Swales for sod placement between Hollywood Blvd & Taft St are being prepared.|
|Bike Lane- 14th Ave.
|DCM-19-001271||Rudy Damas||1||$20,000||Bike Lane Projects supported and requested by the City and funded by Broward County MPO. The bike lane projects are being constructed by FDOT. The City is responsible for any tree removal mitigation.||Project completed.|
|Bike Lane- Park Road
||DCM-19-001273||Rudy Damas||3,6||$140,000||The bike lane projects are being constructed by FDOT. The City is responsible for any tree removal mitigation. This project includes improvements on several streets around Park Road.||Project completed.|
|Bike Lane- Washington Street, 72nd Ave.||DCM-19-001270||Rudy Damas||5,6||$150,000||Bike Lane Projects supported and requested by the City and funded by Broward County MPO. The bike lane projects are being constructed by FDOT. The City is responsible for any tree removal mitigation.||The scope of project to be defined.|
|Johnson St Broward MPO CSLP ( Complete Streets and other Localized Initiatives) match 14th Ave to 35th Ave||DCM-19-000087||Rudy Damas||2,3||$282,601 City Funding, $1,469,007 MPO/ FDOT funding||$1,751,608||Broward MPO 2019 CSLIP Cycle 3 Award for 2025 Funding and construction. Local Agency Project (FDOT grant) project to be constructed by the City, together with the installation of water and sewer lines. Grant includes pedestrian scale lighting, 35th Ave to 14th Ave, Sharrow Bike Lanes, Pedestrian Railroad crossing at the South Side of SFRTA railway west of I-95. Installation of sidewalks missing in the south side, missing segment west of 28th Ave in the north side, roadway resurfacing from 31st to Dixie Hwy, drainage improvements, ADA improvements ramps by the City.||Project is in planning phase.|
|Surf Road at Balboa St Erosion
||DCM-19-001293||Juan Figueroa||1||Gas Tax Fund||$157,140||Reconstruction of Surf Road and shoreline protection treatment to protect this section of roadway, washed out during October 2019 king tide events.||Florida Department of Environmental Protection has issued the permits for this project. Design and Construction Management will prepare the Invitations to Bid Package and advertise. Construction to commence after sea turtle nesting season.|
|US 1 CSLIP, Sheridan St to Pembroke Road||DCM-19-001361||Juan Figueroa||1,2||Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization CSLIP projects to be constructed in early 2022 by FDOT. Scope includes resurfacing, creating a 4’ bike lane, adding pedestrian scale lighting, LED lighting upgrades, stamped asphalt crosswalks at signalized intersections, replacement of concrete sidewalk with pavers from Fillmore to Monroe St, excluding Young Circle. Landscaping to follow by the City.||City staff is coordinating with the Florida Department of Transportation.|
|Rock House Vollman Park
||DCM-19-001143||Alex Iglesias||3||Park Impact Fees||Evaluation of existing rock house structure.||The City has held several meetings with the residents to discuss if they prefer to partially demolish the house or renovate the house. If they choose to renovate the house, grants and fundraising will be required to reach the cost of the renovation. A site visit with the residents was held on October 7th ,2021 to walk the house interior and verify existing conditions.|
|Lifeguard/First Aid Beach Station outside the CRA limits
||DCM-19-001269||Karyn Sashi||1||C.I.P.||$823,880||Replacement of two first aid stations and six lifeguard towers outside of the Beach CRA district.
• DeSoto Street
• Perry Street
• McClelland Street
• Douglas Street
• Sheridan Street
• 3801 S. Ocean Drive
First Aid Stations:
• Meade Street
• Simms Street
|The manufacturer is in the process of constructing the towers at their warehouse. The City is in the process of procuring a painter, roofer, sign manufacturer, and lightning protection to complete the towers once the structures are completed.|
|Hollywood Blvd Rehabilitation I-95 to City Hall
(Study Phase Only)
|Rehabilitation of Hollywood Blvd. from I-95 to the East side of City Hall Circle. Project includes pavement rehabilitation, bike lane widening, replacement of paver crosswalks, sidewalk repair and ADA upgrades, lighting improvements, and landscaping improvements (shrubs and groundcover only).||The study phase for this project is complete. Design Consultant Craven Thompson & Associates, Inc. completed the Basis of Design Report and concept plans in June 2021. The City has used these plans to apply for Surtax funding for Design and Construction from the Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). If the funding application is approved, then the project would move into the Design phase.|
|Hollywood Blvd at 26th Ave. Traffic Signal Mast Arm Replacement
||DCM-19-001125||Heather Guenot||3||$180,000||Replacement of 3 existing Mast Arms, one at the Northeast corner of Hollywood Blvd/N. 26th Ave, two at the Southwest and Southeast corners of Hollywood Blvd/S 26th Ave. Includes electrical work, geotechnical investigation, and temporary signals if required.||The Design Consultant for the project, Chen Moore & Associates, has completed 90% construction documents for the project, and has received approval from Broward County Traffic Engineering Division. The plans have been submitted for a City Right of Way permit, and the project is anticipated to go out to bid in late 2021.|