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File #: 22-0602    Version: Name: 5/16/22 Platt Road Improvements City-State Agreement
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 6/21/2022 In control: City Council
On agenda: 6/21/2022 Final action: 6/21/2022
Enactment date: 6/21/2022 Enactment #: R-22-210
Title: Resolution to Approve a Contract with the Michigan Department of Transportation for the Platt Road Improvements Project ($2,329,200.00)
Attachments: 1. JN205614 Platt map.pdf, 2. JN205615 Earhart map.pdf, 3. 205614_22-5263 (003).pdf
Resolution to Approve a Contract with the Michigan Department of Transportation for the Platt Road Improvements Project ($2,329,200.00)
Attached for your review and consideration, please find a resolution to approve a contract between the City of Ann Arbor and the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) for the construction phase of the Platt Road Improvements Project. The agreement prescribes the cost sharing of the construction, as well as each party's rights and responsibilities, and is required for the project to receive its share of federal funding from the Surface Transportation Program (STP).

The Platt Road Improvements project includes resurfacing from Packard Road to the Huron Parkway intersection, replacement of 1300 feet of water main, construction of ADA accessible ramps at existing crosswalks, and replacement of some curb & gutter and drainage structures.

Construction is expected to begin in August 2022 and be substantially completed by the end of November 2022.

Completed plans were submitted to MDOT in November of 2021, and the project was scheduled for a July 1, 2022 MDOT bid letting. This memorandum and resolution were prepared prior to the letting date, so bid prices were not available. MDOT will award a contract to the qualified low bidder and administer the contract. The City will act as the project engineer.

Budget/Fiscal Impact: The Engineer's estimate for the project's construction is $2,329,200.50. The estimated total cost of the project is $2,904,200.00. In total, the City will be receiving approximately $1,361,984.00 in Federal funds for this project. The federal funding will be used to fund participating construction expenses. The City will be funding its share of the construction costs as well as the design, construction engineering, and material testing costs. Local share funding for this project is available in the approved Water Supply System and Street Millage Fund Capital Budgets.

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