DESIGN

Mountain Golf Cart Path Replacement

A carryforward 2020 Capital Improvement Project to reconstruct the cart paths at Mountain Golf Course. Lumos and Associates, Inc. has been hired to complete a pathway evaluation, structural bridge evaluation, a geotechnical investigation, and prepare a Design Memorandum with recommendations and preliminary cost estimates. The findings will be presented to the Board of Trustees at a future Board Meeting.

Recreation Center Upstairs Lobby Restroom Remodel

A 2021 Capital Improvement Project to remodel the upstairs men's and women's restrooms at the Rec Center. Proposed improvements will include new tile, fixtures and partitions, as well as minor modifications to comply with modern ADA building codes. Ward-Young Architecture has been hired to completed the design and permitting. The project is scheduled to be publically bid this Winter and constructed in Spring 2021.

Recreation Center Locker Room Improvements

A 2021 Capital Improvement Project to remodel the men's and women's locker rooms at the Rec Center. Proposed improvements will include new tile, fixtures, partitions and lockers, as well as minor modifications to comply with modern ADA building codes. Ward-Young Architecture has been hired to complete the design and permitting. The project is scheduled to be publically bid in Spring 2021 and constructed in Summer/Fall 2021.

Ski Way and Diamond Peak Parking Lot Reconstruction

A 2021 Capital Improvement Project to reconstruct Ski Way and the Diamond Peak Parking Lot. At the October 14, 2020 Board Meeting, Staff provided a project update. Trustees discussed the project and asked Staff to reach out to Tyrolian Village, Washoe County, and Diamond Peak Ski Education Foundation to help inform the project. Findings and information on alternative construction methods will be presented at a future Board Meeting.

 

CONSTRUCTION 

 

 

WRRF Aeration System Improvements

The aeration process of wastewater treatment supplies oxygen to facilitate the biological activity that converts raw sewage into treated wastewater effluent. The plant has six 200,000-gallon aeration basins with two jet aeration clusters per basin supplied by computer controlled multistage centrifugal aeration blowers. This project funds the design and replacement of the aeration equipment. The Board awarded the work to KG Walters on December 11, 2019. Construction has commenced and is anticipated to continue until December 2020. Progress meetings are held every two weeks. 

K. G. Walters Construction Contract Status:

 

Original

Contract Amount

Change Orders

Current Total Contract Amount

Total Payments for Work Completed to Date

Current Balance to Completion (including retainage)

$1,508,500

$6,069

$1,514,569

$1,200,946

$313,623

 

 

 Water Reservoir Safety and Security Improvements – Phase 1

This project will replace the ladders that access the top of ten out of thirteen of the District’s potable water tanks, and install intermediate access platforms, protective railings and new fall protection devices. Exterior access to the roof area is required to meet the needs of the District for water quality monitoring and to perform routine repairs to radio communication equipment. The ladders also need to be secured from access by the public. The reservoir ladders, fall protection, platforms, and protective railings will meet the current Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) safety standards. Due to budget constraints, the Board awarded the contract for ten reservoirs out of the thirteen bid to Resource Development Company on April 10, 2019. Two change orders have been issued to extend the construction contract time, only, due to COVID 19 concerns. The Contractor is now on site, construction has begun, with completion anticipated by November 14, 2020.

 Resource Development Construction Contract Status:

Original

Contract Amount

Change Orders

Current Total Contract Amount

Total Payments for Work Completed to Date

Current Balance to Completion (including retainage)

$362,600

$0

$362,600

$0

$362,600

 

 

 

Water Reservoir Safety and Security Improvements- Phase 2

 

The second phase of this project will provide the same safety and security improvements to the other three potable water reservoirs not awarded with Phase 1, above. This work was awarded to Paso Robles Tank at the June 10, 2020 Board of Trustees meeting. Construction is substantially complete.

Paso Robles Tank, Inc Contract Status:

Original

Contract Amount

Change Orders

Current Total Contract Amount

Total Payments for Work Completed to Date

Current Balance to Completion (including retainage)

$109,000

$0

$109,000

$0

$109,000

 

 

 

 

2020 Watermain Replacement & Fire Flow Enhancement Project, Martis Peak Road 

 

A 2020 Capital Improvement Project, this project included slip lining a 14-inch water main under State Route 28 and replacing aging steel water main in Martis Peak Road and Rifle Peak Court. IVGID Engineering Staff completed the design and the construction contract was awarded at the June 23, 2020 Board of Trustees meeting. Construction is complete.

RaPiD Construction Contract Status:

Original

Contract Amount

Change Orders

Current Total Contract Amount

Total Payments for Work Completed to Date

Current Balance to Completion (including retainage)

$456,610

$10,700

$467,310

$452,793

$14,517

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Incline Village Bocce Courts

 

Work is complete on the four new bocce courts, scoreboards have been installed, and a spigot for water was installed at the site at the request of the Parks Department.

RaPiD Construction Contract Status:

Original

Contract Amount

Change Orders

Current Total Contract Amount

Total Payments for Work Completed to Date

Current Balance to Completion (including retainage)

$68,860

$1,200

$70,060

$70,060

$0

 

 

Tennis Center Renovation

This project includes remodeling the pro-shop and restrooms, enclosing the existing kitchenette area, expanding and enhancing the deck area (photo), and making improvements to the general layout to make the venue more welcoming. The construction contract was awarded to Daniel Fraiman Construction at the June 10, 2020 Board of Trustees meeting. Construction has commenced and is expected to be substantially complete by April 1, 2021.

Daniel Fraiman Construction Contract Status:

 

 

Original

Contract Amount

Change Orders

Current Total Contract Amount

Total Payments for Work Completed to Date

Current Balance to Completion (including retainage)

$709,000

$25,358

$734,358

$213,150

$521,208

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Championship Course Maintenance Building Frainage & WashPad Improvements

 

A 2020 Capital Improvement Project, this project will improve surface and sub-surface drainage, construct a modern wash pad facility (photo), and spot-treat pavement failures at the Championship Golf Maintenance Building, adjacent to the chipping green. This project addresses health and safety issues and will prevent future water damage to this facility. A local engineering consultant completed the design and the construction contract was awarded at the June 23, 2020 Board of Trustees meeting. Construction is underway and the project is scheduled to be completed this October.

Cruz Construction Contract Status:

 

 

 

Original

Contract Amount

Change Orders

Current Total Contract Amount

Total Payments for Work Completed to Date

Current Balance to Completion (including retainage)

$425,433

$67,775

$493,208

$304,090

$189,118

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Incline Park Facility Renovations 

 

This project brought substantial upgrades to Ballfield #3, located within Incline Park near the Middle School.  Construction buttoned up for the season in October last year, with punchlist items and the scoreboard installation put off until this summer. The scoreboard has been installed (photo) and this project is now substantially complete. Bring on the tournaments.

 

RaPiD Construction Contract Status:

Original

Contract Amount

Change Orders

Current Total Contract Amount

Total Payments for Work Completed to Date

Current Balance to Completion (including retainage)

$1,456,654

-$41,650

$1,415,004

$1,412,504

$2,500

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The Engineering Division is also overseeing a number of projects in the construction, bidding, design and planning phases, including (but not limited to): Improvements to the Burnt Cedar swimming pools, District pavement maintenance, golf course cart path evaluations, drainage improvements at the Village Green restrooms, elevator modernization, upstairs restroom and locker room remodels at the Rec Center, installation of new catering kitchen equipment at the Chateau, revegetation monitoring at Diamond Peak culvert replacement site, replacement of the emergency fuel tank at BCWDP, and other maintenance and upgrade projects at the WRRF and BCWDP.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Building Upgrades, Water Resource Recovery Facility

A 2021 Capital Improvement Project, this project replaces the existing non-operable sliding gate at the Water Resource Recovery Facility with a new electronic vertical pivot security gate. The vertical pivot gate will operate in all weather conditions. Installation of the gate is required in order for the District to be in compliance with AWIA 2018 safety and security protocols for water and sewer infrastructure. IVGID Engineering Staff prepared bid documents and solicited proposals from six local gate contractors for the project. Two (2) bids were received on Friday, August 28, 2020. 2021 Capital Improvement Project budget, $80,000.

The bids received were:

Sierra Gate & Control – $49,700.50

Remick Associates – $71,973.12

Sierra Gate & Control has been very responsive, having already completed the required earthwork; they are now awaiting delivery of the gate assembly. Anticipated completion of construction is January, 2021.

 

Recreation Center Elevator Modernization 

A 2021 Capital Improvement Project, this project will modernize the Recreation Center elevator’s operational and mechanical control devices. The elevator is original to the building and provides the only interior means of ADA access between the two floors. For several years now, the contractor performing regular maintenance on the elevator has warned of increasing difficulty sourcing parts. If the elevator were to break down, this sourcing problem would result in a prolonged shut-down, impacting operations. For this reason, a capital project was created for modernization to extend the life of this critical asset. IVGID Engineering Staff prepared bid documents and solicited proposals for the work from five elevator specialty firms. Two (2) bids were received on Thursday, July 16, 2020. 2021 Capital Improvement Project budget, $97,500.

The bids received were:

Koch Elevator Co.  - $72,587.83
Otis Elevator Company - $81,000.00

Koch Elevator Co. has substantially completed the work and is awaiting final permitting from the State. Anticipated project completion is October 30, 2020.

 

Retrofit of Chateau Ventilations Ducts

A 2021 Capital Improvement Project, this work will retrofit existing ventilation ducts leading to the kitchen with a hood to prevent driving wind and rain from entering the mechanical system and damaging equipment or leaking into the kitchen. This project was completed in October 2020.