AGENDA ITEMS #4B-4E
June 11,2013
Introduction
MEMORANDUM
June 7, 2013
TO:
FROM:
SUBJECT:
County Council
Glenn
Orli~eputy
Council Administrator
Introduction:
Expedited Bi1l15-13, Special Capital Improvements Project - Ross Boddy Neighborhood
Recreation Center
Expedited Bill 16-13, Special Capital Improvements Project - Universities at Shady
Grove Expansion
Expedited Bill 17-13, Special Capital Improvements Project - Dennis Avenue Health
Center
Expedited
Bill
18-13, Special Capital Improvements Project - Public Safety Training
Academy (PST A) Relocation
Section §302 of the County Charter and Section §20-1 of the County Code require certain capital
improvement projects to be individually authorized by law if the locally-funded cost is projected to
exceed $12,902,000 in FY14 dollars.
On
June 5 the County Executive requested these four Special
Capital Improvements Project bills associated with his recommendations for the amended FY13-18
Capital Improvements Program.
For each bill, this packet contains the Executive's transmittal memo, the bill itself, and the bill's
Legislative Request Form. The Council's public hearing/action on these bills is scheduled for June 25.
Circle(s) .
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9-12
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Bill
Bill
Bill
15-13
16-13
17-13
18-13
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OFFICE OF THE COUNTY EXECUTNE
ROCKVILLE, MARYLAND 20850
Isiah Leggett
County Executive
MEMORANDUM
June 5, 2013
TO:
FROM:
SUBJECT:
Nancy Navarro, President, County Council
Isiah Leggett, County Executive
Special Capital Improvements Project Legislation
Ross Boddy Neighborhood Recreation Center (P7209l9)
In accordance with Section 302 of the County Charter and Section 20-1 of the
Montgomery County Code, I am forwarding the attached Special Capital Improvements Project
Legislation Authorization and Legislative Request Report for Ross Boddy Neighborhood
Recreation Center (P720919).
This request is necessary because the local cost of the above projects now exceeds
the FY14 Special Capital Improvements Project Legislation threshold of$12,902,000 as set by
Executive Order. The purpose ofthe project is set forth below.
The Ross Boddy Neighborhood Recreation Center project will encompass
renovation of 15,900 gross square feet wh!ch includes basic repairs, reconfiguration, and
expansion of 10,800 gross square feet to include the construction of a gymnasium and storage
space, and site improvements including water, septic service, and additional parking.
I recommend prompt passage of this legislation so as to advance this project.
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Attachments (4)
c: Gabriel Albomoz, Director, Department of Recreation
Kathleen Boucher, Assistant Chief Administrative Officer
Jennifer
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Hughes, Director, Office of Management and Budget
David Dise, Director, Department of General Services
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Expedited Bill No. ---'1=5---'-1=3_ _ __
Concerning: Special Capital
Improvements Proj ect - Ross Boddy
Neighborhood Recreation Center
Revised:
Draft No.
Introduced: June 11, 20 l3
Enacted: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Executive:
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Effective: ___________________
Sunset Date: ;..:N"""o=ne"'---____________
Ch. _ , Laws of Mont. Co. 2013
COUNTY COUNCIL
FOR MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND
By: Council President at the Request of the County Executive
AN
ACT to authorize the renovation of the Ross Boddy Neighborhood Recreation Center, Project
No. 720919 in the Olney
&
Vicinity planning area.
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Section 1. The laws of Montgomery County, Maryland, are amended to read as follows:
Montgomery County, Maryland, is authorized to renovate the Ross Boddy Neighborhood
Recreation Center, Project No. 720919, in the Olney
&
Vicinity planning area. This
authorization includes basic repairs, reconfiguration, expansion, and upgrade of the facility.
Approved:
Nancy Navarro, President, County Council
Approved:
Date
Isiah Leggett, County Executive
This is a correct copy ofCouncil action.
Date
Linda M. Lauer, Clerk of the Council
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Expedited
Bill 15-13
Ross Boddy Neighborhood Recreation Center
Legislative Request Report
1.
Description
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The County Executive requests that capital project No. 720919, Ross Boddy
Neighborhood Recreation Center, be authorized as a "Special Capital Improvements
Project" pursuant to Section §302 of the County Charter and Section §20-1 of the Montgomery
County Code.
Problem
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Section §302 of the County Charter and Section §20-1 of the County Code require
certain capital improvement projects to be individually authorized by law if the locally-funded
cost is projected to exceed $12,902,000 in FY14 dollars. The estimated locally-funded cost of
this project in the County Council's Approved FY13-18 Capital Improvements Program (CIP)
and updated in the FY14 Capital Budget is $15,760,000 for planning, design, land, site
improvement and utilities, and construction costs.
Goals and Objectives
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This project provides for the renovation, expansion, and upgrading of the
facility to conform to the Montgomery County Manual for Planning, Design, and Construction of
Sustainable Buildings, including meeting green/sustainability goals, Montgomery County Energy
Design Guidelines, and the Americans with Disabilities Act. The Ross Boddy Neighborhood
Recreation Center will be designated to comply with Leadership in Energy and Environmental
Design guidelines for eventual certification.
Coordination
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This project has been coordinated with Department of General Services,
Department of Technology, Department of Recreation, WSSC, PEPCO, and Department of
Permitting Services.
Fiscallmpact
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The total estimated cost for this project is $15,760,000. Of this, $2,764,000 is
for planning, design, and supervision; $1,000 is for land; $3,567,000 is for site improvements and
utilities; $8,230,000 is for construction; and $1,198,000 is for other.
Impact
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The enhanced facility will accommodate the needs of the present and projected user
departments noted above under Goals and Objectives.
Evaluation
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Capital projects are evaluated biennially by the County Executive and County
Council as part ofthe Capital Improvements Program review.
Experience Elsewhere
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Not Applicable.
Sources of Information -
Don Scheuerman, Department of General Services and JeffBoume,
Department of Recreation.
Applications Within Municipalities
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Not Applicable.
Penalties
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None Required.
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OFFICE OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE
ROCKVILLE, MARYLAND 20850
Isiah Leggett
County Executive
MEMORANDUM
June 5, 2013
TO:
FROM:
SUBJECT:
Nancy Navarro, President, County Council·
Isiah Leggett, County Executive
Special Capital Improvements Project Legislation
Universities at Shady Grove Expansion (P 15120 1)
In
accordance with Section 302 of the County Charter and Sectiori 20-1 of the
Montgomery County Code, I am forwarding the attached Special Capital Improvements Project
Legislation Authorization and Legislative Request Report for Universities at Shady Grove
Expansion
(p
151201 ).
This request is necessary because the local cost of the above project now exceeds
the FY14 Special Capital Improvements Project Legislation threshold of$12,902,000 as set by
Executive Order. The purpose of the project is set forth below.
The Universities at Shady Grove Expansion provides funding for the design and
construction of a parking garage and related site modifications at the Universities at Shady Grove
(USG) Campus.
I recommend prompt passage of this legislation so as to advance this
proj~ct.
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Attachments (4)
c: James Salt, Associate Vice Chancellor for Procurement and Real Estate, University ofMaryland
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Kathleen Boucher, Assistant Chief Administrative Officer
Jennifer
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Hughes, Director, Office of Management and Budget
Arthur Holmes, Director, Department of Transportation
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Expedited Bill No. --"1:..:;:6-'-1:...=:3_ _ __
Concerning: Special Capital
Improvements Project - Universities
at Shady Grove Expansion
Revised:
Draft No.
Introduced: June 11, 2013
Enacted: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Executive:
Effective: ______________
Sunset Date:
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Ch. _ , Laws of Mont. Co. 2013
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COUNTY COUNCIL
FOR MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND
By: Council President at the Request of the County Executive
AN ACT
to authorize funds for the design and construction of a parking garage and related
modifications at the Universities at Shady Grove (USG) Campus. Project No. 151201 in the
Gaithersburg Vicinity planning area.
By adding to the laws of Montgomery County 2013
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Added to existing law by original bill.
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The County Council for Montgomery County, Maryland approves the following Act;
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Section 1. The laws of Montgomery County, Maryland, are amended to read as follows:
Montgomery County, Maryland, is authorized to design and construct a parking garage
and related site modifications at the Universities at Shady Grove Expansion Project No. 151201,
in the Gaithersburg Vicinity planning area. This authorization includes all necessary planning,
design, land, site improvements, utilities, and construction.
Approved:
Nancy Navarro, President, County Council
Approved:
Date
Isiah Leggett, County Executive
This is a correct copy ofCouncil action.
Date
Linda M. Lauer, Clerk of the Council
Date
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Expedited Bill 16-13
Universities at Shady Grove Expansion
Legislative Request Report
1.
Descriptiou - The County Executive requests that capital project No. 151201, Universities at
Shady Grove Expansion be authorized as a "Special Capital Improvements Project" pursuant to
Section §302 of the County Charter and Section §20-1 of the Montgomery County Code.
Problem - Section §302 ofthe County Charter and Section §20-1 of the County Code require
certain capital improvement projects to
be
individually authorized by law if the locally-funded
cost is projected to exceed $12,902,000 in FY14 dollars. The estimated locally-funded cost of
this project in the County Council's Approved FY13-18 Capital Improvements Program (CIP)
and updated in the FY14 Capital Budget is $20,100,000 for planning, design, and construction
costs.
Goals and Objectives - This project provides fund ing for the garage and ground modifications
and is intended to leverage state funding to build a Biomedical ScienceslEngineering Education
(BMSE) academic building.
Coordination - This project has been coordinated with the Department of Economic
Development, Department of Transportation, State of Maryland, and University System of
Maryland.
Fiscal Impact - The total estimated cost for this project is $20,100,000. Of this, $100,000 is for
planning, design, and supervision, $20,000,000 is for construction.
Impact - The expansion will expand existing parking capacity and free up land on which the new
academic building will be constructed.
Evaluation - Capital projects are evaluated biennially by the County Executive and County
Council as part of the Capital Improvements Program review.
Experience Elsewhere - Not Applicable.
Sources of Information - Tina Benjamin, Department of Economic Development, Al Roshdieh,
Department of Transportation, and James Salt, University System of Maryland.
Applications Within Municipalities - Not Applicable.
Penalties - None Required.
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OFFICE OF 1HE COUNTY EXECUTIVE
ROCKVILLE, MARYLAND 20850
Isiah Leggett
County Executive
MEMORANDUM
June 5,2013
TO:
FROM:
SUBJECT:
Nancy Navarro, President, County Council
Isiah Leggett, County Executive
In accordance with Section 302 of the County Charter and Section 20-1 ofthe
Montgomery County Code, I am forwarding the attached Special Capital Improvements Project
Legislation Authorization and Legislative Request Report for Dennis Avenue Health Center
(P641106).
This request is necessary because the local cost of the above projects now exceeds
the FY14 Special Capital Improvements Project Legislation threshold of$12,902,000 as set by
Executive Order. The purpose of the project is set forth below.
The Dennis Avenue Health Center project provides for planning, design, and
construction of a new building to replace the Dennis Avenue Health Center (DAHC) on the
existing site adjoining the existing building located at 2000 Dennis Avenue, Silver Spring,
Maryland.
I recommend prompt passage of this legislation so as to advance this project.
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Attachments (4)
c: Uma S. Ahluwalia, Director, Department of Health and Human Services
Kathleen Boucher, Assistant Chief Administrative Officer
Jennifer
A.
Hughes, Director, Office of Management and Budget
David Dise, Director, Department of General Services
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Expedited Bill No. ---'1'-!-7-'-1=3_ _ __
Concerning: Special Capital
Improvements Project - Dennis
Avenue Health Center
Revised:
Draft No.
Introduced: June 11, 2013
Enacted: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Executive:
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Effective: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Sunset Date:
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Ch.
Laws of Mont. Co. 2013
COUNTY COUNCIL
FOR MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND
By: Council President at the Request of the County Executive
AN ACT
to authorize the planning, design, and construction of a new building to replace the
Dennis A venue Health Center on the existing site adjoining the existing building located at 2000
Dennis Avenue, Silver Spring, Maryland, Project No. 641106, in the Kensington-Wheaton
planning area.
By adding to the laws of Montgomery County 2013
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Heading or defined term.
Added to existing law by original bill.
Deletedfrom existing law by original bill.
Added by amendment.
Deleted from existing law or the bill by amendment.
Existing law unaffected by bill.
The County Council for Montgomery County, Maryland approves the following Act:
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Section 1. The laws of Montgomery County, Maryland, are amended to read as follows:
Montgomery County, Maryland, is authorized to plan, design, and construct the Dennis
Avenue Health Center, Project No. 641106, in the Kensington-Wheaton planning area. This
authorization includes all necessary planning, design, site improvements, equipment, and
structures.
Approved:
Nancy Navarro, President, County Council
Approved:
Date
Isiah Leggett, County Executive
This is a correct copy ofCouncil action.
Date
Linda M. Lauer, Clerk of the Council
Date
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Expedited Bill
17-13
Dennis Avenue Health Center
Legislative Request Report
I.
Description - The County Executive requests that capital project No. 641106, Dennis Avenue
Health Center (DAHC), be authorized as a "Special Capital Improvements Project" pursuant to
Section §302 of the County Charter and Section §20-1 ofthe Montgomery County Code.
Problem - Section §302 of the County Charter and Section §20-1 of the County Code require
certain capital improvement projects to be individually authorized by law if the locally-funded
cost is projected to exceed $12,902,000 in FY14 dollars. The estimated locally-funded cost of
this project in the County Council's Approved FY13-18 Capital Improvements Program (CIP)
and updated in the FYl4 Capital Budget is $38,383,000 for planning, design, site improvement
and utilities, and construction costs.
Goals and Objectives - This project provides for the planning, design, and construction of the
Dennis Avenue Health Center. The new facility
will
provide approximately 51,000 gross square
feet to address the space shortage and building deficiencies identified in the Program of
Requirements (POR) without service interruption, reduction, or loss of these vital health services
during construction.
Coordination - This project has been coordinated with the Department of Health and Human
Services and Department of General Services.
Fiscal Impact - The total estimated cost for this project is $38,383,000. Of this, $5,609,000 is
for planning, design, and supervision; $5,002,000 is for site improvements and utilities;
$25,032,000 is for construction; and $2,740,000 is for other.
Impact - Dennis Avenue Health Center provides several highly sensitive programs such as Public
Health Emergency Preparedness and Response, Immunization Program, Disease Control,
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Services,
HN
Services, Communicable Disease and
Epidemiology, and Tuberculosis Control Program. DAHC service demand has been growing
steadily while the facility space capacity has remained unchanged and the facility has aged. The
2008 Health and Human Services (HHS) Strategic Facility Plan identified the need for additional
space for program growth. The Dennis Avenue Health Center Program of Requirements (POR)
provided a preliminary feasibility study and an existing building condition assessment. The POR
calls for the need to build a new 30,714 programmable area space facility to meet year 2015 space
requirements.
Evaluation - Capital projects are evaluated biennially by the County Executive and County
Council as part ofthe Capital Improvements Program review.
Experience Elsewhere - Not Applicable.
Sources of Information - Tommy Hipps, Department of Health and Human Services, Kassa
Seyoum, Department of General Services and Cindy Edwards, Dennis Avenue Health Center.
Applications Within Municipalities - Not Applicable.
Penalties - None Required.
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OFFICE OF THE C01JNTY EXECUTIVE
ROCKVILLE, MARYLAND 20850
Isiah Leggett
County Executive
MEMORANDUM
June 5, 2013
TO:
FROM:
SUBJECT:
Nancy Navarro, President, County Council
Isiah Leggett, County Executive
Special Capital Improvements Project Legislation
Public Safety Training Academy (PSTA) Relocation (P4 71102)
In accordance with Section 302 of the County Charter and Section 20-1 of the
Montgomery County Code, I am forwarding the attached Special Capital Improvements Project
Legislation Authorization and Legislative Request Report for Public Safety Training Academy
(PSTA) Relocation (P471102).
This request is necessary because the local cost of the above projects now exceeds
the FY14 Special Capital Improvements Project Legislation threshold of$12,902,000 as set by
Executive Order. The purpose of the project is set forth below.
The Public Safety Training Academy (PTSA) project provides for the planning,
design, and construction of the relocation of the PSTA from its current location at the
intersection of Great Seneca Highway and Darnestown Road to a site on Snouffer School Road.
known as the Webb Tract.
I recommend prompt passage of this legislation so as to advance this project.
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Attachments (4)
c: Fire Chief Steve Lohr
Police Chief J. Thomas Manger
. Kathleen Boucher, Assistant Chief Administrative Officer
Jennifer
A.
Hughes, Director, Office of Management and Budget
David Dise, Director, Department of General Services
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montgomerycountymd.gov/311
240-773-3556 TTY
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Expedited Bill No.
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Concerning: Special
Capital
Improvements Project - Public
Safety Training Academy (PSTA)
Relocation
Revised: _ _ _ _ _ Draft No.
Introduced: June 11, 2013
Enacted: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Executive: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Effective: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Sunset Date:
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Ch.
Laws of Mont. Co. 2013
COUNTY COUNCIL
FOR MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND
By: Council President at the Request of the County Executive
AN ACT
to authorize the planning, design, and construction of the Public Safety Training
Academy (PSTA) Relocation, Project No. 471102 from its current location at the intersection of
Great Seneca Highway and Darnestown Road to a site on Snouffer School Road known as the
Webb Tract, Gaithersburg Vicinity planning area.
By adding to the laws of Montgomery County 2013
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Heading or defined term.
Added to existing law by original bill.
Deletedfrom existing law by original bill.
Added by amendment.
Deletedfrom existing law or the bill by amendment.
Existing law unaffected by bill.
The County Council for Montgomery County, Maryland approves the following Act:
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Section 1. The laws of Montgomery County, Maryland, are amended to read as follows:
Montgomery County, Maryland, is authorized to plan, design, and construct the Public
Safety Training Academy Relocation Project No. 471102 in the Gaithersburg Vicinity planning
area. This authorization includes all necessary planning, design, land, site improvements,
utilities, and construction.
Approved:
Nancy Navarro, President, County Council
Approved:
Date
Isiah Leggett, County Executive
This is a correct copy ofCouncil action.
Date
Linda M. Lauer, Clerk of the Council
Date
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Expedited Bill 18-13
Public Safety Training Academy (PSTA) Relocation
Legislative Request Report
1.
Description - The County Executive requests that capital project No.471102, Public Safety
Training Academy (PSTA) Relocation, be authorized as a "Special Capital Improvements
Project" pursuant to Section §302 of the County Charter and Section §20-1 of the Montgomery
County Code.
Problem - Section §302 of the County Charter and Section §20-1 of the County Code require
certain capital improvement projects to be individually authorized by law if the locally-funded
cost is projected to exceed $12,902,000 in FY14 dollars. The estimated locally-funded cost of
this project in the County Council's Approved FY13-l8 Capital Improvements Program (CIP)
and updated in the FY14 Capital Budget is $63,126,000 for planning, design, land, site
improvement and utilities, and construction costs.
Goals and Objectives - This project provides for the planning, design, and construction of the
relocation of the Public Safety Training Academy (PSTA) from its current location at the
intersection of Great Seneca Highway and Darnestown Road to a site on Snouffer School Road
known as the Webb Tract. The PSTA is the primary training facility for the Department of Police
and Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service. The project includes: an academic building
with various classrooms and training rooms, an EMT paramedics training facility, a simulation
area, a gymnasium, an indoor firing range, office spaces, locker rooms, a graphics and video
development area, a canine facility, an Emergency Vehicle Operation Center (EVOC), driver
training classes and simulation rooms, a driver training skid pan, a driver training skills pad, a
driver training track Cityscape, a fire safety training building, and staff and visitor parking. A
future phase may include the addition of a lecture hall.
Coordination - This project has been coordinated with the Department of General Services,
Department of Police, Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service, Maryland-National Capital
Park and Planning Commission, Department of Permitting Services, Department of Finance,
Department of Technology Services, Office of Management and Budget, Washington Suburban
Sanitary Commission, Pepco, Washington Gas, and Upcounty Regional Services Center.
Fiscal Impact - The total estimated cost for this project is $63,126,000. Of this, $6,279,000 is
for planning, design, and supervision, $53,215,000 is for construction; and $3,632,000 is for
other.
Impact - The new facility will accommodate the needs ofthe present and projected user
departments noted above under Goals and Objectives.
Evaluation - Capital projects are evaluated biennially by the County Executive and County
Council as part of the Capital Improvements Program review.
Experience Elsewhere - Not Applicable.
Sources of Information David Dise, Department of General Services and Hamid Omidvar,
Section Chief, Department of Public Works and Transportation - Division of Capital
Development.
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Applications Within Municipalities
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Penalties
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