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Griffin Structures - FY2022-046 a CONTRACT SERVICES AGREEMENT By and Between CITY OF RANCHO PALOS VERDES and GRIFFIN STRUCTURES for Project Management Services for the Civic Center Project 01203 0006/736843 I EQG A-1 AGREEMENT FOR CONTRACT SERVICES BETWEEN THE CITY OF RANCHO PALOS VERDES AND GRIFFIN STRUCTURES THIS AGREEMENT FOR CONTRACT SERVICES (herein "Agreement") is made and entered into on February 15, 2022, by and between the CITY OF RANCHO PALOS VERDES, a California municipal corporation ("City") and GRIFFIN STRUCTURES, a California corporation ("Consultant") City and Consultant may be referred to, individually or collectively, as "Party" or"Parties " RECITALS A City has sought, by issuance of a Request for Proposals, the performance of the services defined and described particularly in Article 1 of this Agreement B Consultant, following submission of a proposal for the performance of the services defined and described particularly in Article 1 of this Agreement, was selected by the City to perform those services C Pursuant to the City of Rancho Palos Verdes Municipal Code, City has authority to enter into and execute this Agreement D The Parties desire to formalize the selection of Consultant for performance of those services defined and described particularly in Article 1 of this Agreement and desire that the terms of that performance be as particularly defined and described herein OPERATIVE PROVISIONS NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises and covenants made by the Parties and contained herein and other consideration, the value and adequacy of which are hereby acknowledged, the parties agree as follows ARTICLE 1 SERVICES OF CONSULTANT 1 1 Scope of Services In compliance with all terms and conditions of this Agreement,the Consultant shall provide those services specified in the "Scope of Services", as stated in the Proposal, attached hereto as Exhibit "A" and incorporated herein by this reference, which may be referred to herein as the "services"or"work"hereunder As a material inducement to the City entering into this Agreement, Consultant represents and warrants that it has the qualifications, experience, and facilities necessary to properly perform the services required under this Agreement in a thorough, competent, and professional manner, and is experienced in performing the work and services contemplated herein Consultant shall at all times faithfully, competently and to the best of its ability, experience and talent, perform all services described herein Consultant covenants that it shall follow the highest professional standards in performing the work and services required hereunder and that all materials will be both of good quality as well as fit for the purpose intended For purposes of this Agreement, the phrase "highest professional standards" shall mean those A-2 standards of practice recognized by one or more first-class firms performing similar work under similar circumstances 1 2 Consultant's Proposal The Scope of Service shall include the Consultant's Proposal which shall be incorporated herein by this reference as though fully set forth herein In the event of any inconsistency between the terms of such Proposal and this Agreement, the terms of this Agreement shall govern 1.3 Compliance with Law Consultant shall keep itself informed concerning,and shall render all services hereunder in accordance with, all ordinances, resolutions, statutes, rules, and regulations of the City and any Federal, State or local governmental entity having jurisdiction in effect at the time service is rendered 1 4 California Labor Law If the Scope of Services includes any"public work"or"maintenance work,"as those terms are defined in California Labor Code section 1720 et seq and California Code of Regulations, Title 8, Section 16000 et seq , and if the total compensation is $1,000 or more, Consultant shall pay prevailing wages for such work and comply with the requirements in California Labor Code section 1770 et seq and 1810 et seq , and all other applicable laws, including the following requirements (a) Public Work The Parties acknowledge that some or all of the work to be performed under this Agreement is a "public work' as defined in Labor Code Section 1720 and that this Agreement is therefore subject to the requirements of Division 2, Part 7, Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 1720) of the California Labor Code relating to public works contracts and the rules and regulations established by the Department of Industrial Relations ("DIR") implementing such statutes The work performed under this Agreement is subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by the DIR Consultant shall post job site notices, as prescribed by regulation (b) Prevailing Wages Consultant shall pay prevailing wages to the extent required by Labor Code Section 1771 Pursuant to Labor Code Section 1773 2, copies of the prevailing rate of per diem wages are on file at City Hall and will be made available to any interested party on request By initiating any work under this Agreement, Consultant acknowledges receipt of a copy of the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) determination of the prevailing rate of per diem wages,and Consultant shall post a copy of the same at each job site where work is performed under this Agreement (c) Penalty for Failure to Pay Prevailing Wag Consultant shall comply with and be bound by the provisions of Labor Code Sections 1774 and 1775 concerning the payment of prevailing rates of wages to workers and the penalties for failure to pay prevailing wages The Consultant shall,as a penalty to the City,forfeit$200(two hundred dollars)for each calendar day, or portion thereof, for each worker paid less than the prevailing rates as determined by the DIR for A-3 the work or craft in which the worker is employed for any public work done pursuant to this Agreement by Consultant or by any subcontractor (d) Payroll Records Consultant shall comply with and be bound by the provisions of Labor Code Section 1776,which requires Consultant and each subconsultant to keep accurate payroll records and verify such records in writing under penalty of perjury, as specified in Section 1776, certify and make such payroll records available for inspection as provided by Section 1776, and inform the City of the location of the records (e) Apprentices Consultant shall comply with and be bound by the provisions of Labor Code Sections 1777 5, 1777 6, and 1777 7 and California Code of Regulations Title 8, Section 200 et seq concerning the employment of apprentices on public works projects Consultant shall be responsible for compliance with these aforementioned Sections for all apprenticeable occupations Prior to commencing work under this Agreement,Consultant shall provide City with a copy of the information submitted to any applicable apprenticeship program Within 60 (sixty) days after concluding work pursuant to this Agreement, Consultant and each of its subconsultants shall submit to the City a verified statement of the journeyman and apprentice hours performed under this Agreement (0 Eight-Hour Work Day Consultant acknowledges that 8 (eight) hours labor constitutes a legal day's work Consultant shall comply with and be bound by Labor Code Section 1810 (g) Penalties for Excess Hours Consultant shall comply with and be bound by the provisions of Labor Code Section 1813 concerning penalties for workers who work excess hours The Consultant shall, as a penalty to the City, forfeit $25 (twenty five dollars) for each worker employed in the performance of this Agreement by the Consultant or by any subcontractor for each calendar day during which such worker is required or permitted to work more than 8 (eight) hours in any one calendar day and 40 (forty) hours in any one calendar week in violation of the provisions of Division 2, Part 7, Chapter 1, Article 3 of the Labor Code Pursuant to Labor Code section 1815, work performed by employees of Consultant in excess of 8 (eight) hours per day, and 40 (forty) hours during any one week shall be permitted upon public work upon compensation for all hours worked in excess of 8 hours per day at not less than 11/2 (one and one half) times the basic rate of pay (h) Workers' Compensation California Labor Code Sections 1860 and 3700 provide that every employer will be required to secure the payment of compensation to its employees if it has employees In accordance with the provisions of California Labor Code Section 1861, Consultant certifies as follows "I am aware of the provisions of Section 3700 of the Labor Code which require every employer to be insured against liability for workers' compensation or to undertake self-insurance in accordance with the provisions of that code, and I will comply with such provisions before commencing the performance of the work of this contract" Consultant's Authorized Initials ,:?,vt A-4 (i) Consultant's Responsibility for Subcontractors For every subcontractor who will perform work under this Agreement, Consultant shall be responsible for such subcontractor's compliance with Division 2,Part 7,Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 1720)of the California Labor Code, and shall make such compliance a requirement in any contract with any subcontractor for work under this Agreement Consultant shall be required to take all actions necessary to enforce such contractual provisions and ensure subcontractor's compliance, including without limitation, conducting a review of the certified payroll records of the subcontractor on a periodic basis or upon becoming aware of the failure of the subcontractor to pay his or her workers the specified prevailing rate of wages Consultant shall diligently take corrective action to halt or rectify any such failure by any subcontractor 1 5 Licenses, Permits,Fees and Assessments Consultant shall obtain at its sole cost and expense such licenses, permits and approvals as may be required by law for the performance of the services required by this Agreement Consultant shall have the sole obligation to pay for any fees, assessments and taxes, plus applicable penalties and interest, which may be imposed by law and arise from or are necessary for the Consultant's performance of the services required by this Agreement, and shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless City, its officers, employees or agents of City, against any such fees, assessments, taxes, penalties or interest levied, assessed or imposed against City hereunder 1 6 Familiarity with Work By executing this Agreement, Consultant warrants that Consultant (i) has thoroughly investigated and considered the scope of services to be performed, (ii) has carefully considered how the services should be performed, and (iii) fully understands the facilities, difficulties and restrictions attending performance of the services under this Agreement If the services involve work upon any site, Consultant warrants that Consultant has or will investigate the site and is or will be fully acquainted with the conditions there existing, prior to commencement of services hereunder Should the Consultant discover any latent or unknown conditions,which will materially affect the performance of the services hereunder, Consultant shall immediately inform the City of such fact and shall not proceed except at Consultant's risk until written instructions are received from the Contract Officer in the form of a Change Order 1 7 Care of Work The Consultant shall adopt reasonable methods during the life of the Agreement to furnish continuous protection to the work,and the equipment,materials,papers,documents,plans, studies and/or other components thereof to prevent losses or damages,and shall be responsible for all such damages, to persons or property, until acceptance of the work by City, except such losses or damages as may be caused by City's own negligence 1 8 Further Responsibilities of Parties Both parties agree to use reasonable care and diligence to perform their respective obligations under this Agreement Both parties agree to act in good faith to execute all instruments, prepare all documents and take all actions as may be reasonably necessary to carry out the purposes A-5 of this Agreement Unless hereafter specified, neither party shall be responsible for the service of the other 1 9 Additional Services City shall have the right at any time during the performance of the services, without invalidating this Agreement,to order extra work beyond that specified in the Scope of Services or make changes by altering, adding to or deducting from said work No such extra work may be undertaken unless a written Change Order is first given by the Contract Officer to the Consultant, incorporating therein any adjustment in (i)the Contract Sum for the actual costs of the extra work, and/or (ii) the time to perform this Agreement, which said adjustments are subject to the written approval of the Consultant Any increase in compensation of up to 15% of the Contract Sum, or, in the time to perform of up to 90 (ninety)days, may be approved by the Contract Officer through a written Change Order Any greater increases, taken either separately or cumulatively, must be approved by the City Council It is expressly understood by Consultant that the provisions of this Section shall not apply to services specifically set forth in the Scope of Services Consultant hereby acknowledges that it accepts the risk that the services to be provided pursuant to the Scope of Services may be more costly or time consuming than Consultant anticipates and that Consultant shall not be entitled to additional compensation therefor City may in its sole and absolute discretion have similar work done by other Consultants No claims for an increase in the Contract Sum or time for performance shall be valid unless the procedures established in this Section are followed If in the performance of the contract scope, the Consultant becomes aware of material defects in the scope, duration or span of the contract or the Consultant becomes aware of extenuating circumstance that will or could prevent the completion of the contract, on time or on budget, the Consultant shall inform the Contracting Officer of an anticipated Change Order This proposed change order will stipulate,the facts surrounding the issue,proposed solutions,proposed costs and proposed schedule impacts 1 10 Special Requirements Additional terms and conditions of this Agreement, if any, which are made a part hereof are set forth in the"Special Requirements"attached hereto as Exhibit"B"and incorporated herein by this reference In the event of a conflict between the provisions of Exhibit "B" and any other provisions of this Agreement, the provisions of Exhibit"B" shall govern ARTICLE 2 COMPENSATION AND METHOD OF PAYMENT 2.1 Contract Sum Subject to any limitations set forth in this Agreement, City agrees to pay Consultant the amounts specified in the "Schedule of Compensation ' attached hereto as Exhibit "C" and incorporated herein by this reference The total compensation, including reimbursement for actual expenses, shall not exceed $148,029 (One Hundred Forty Eight Thousand and Twenty-Nine Dollars) (the "Contract Sum"), unless additional compensation is approved pursuant to Section 19 A-6 2 2 Method of Compensation The method of compensation may include (i) a lump sum payment upon completion, (ii) payment in accordance with specified tasks or the percentage of completion of the services, (iii) payment for time and materials based upon the Consultant's rates as specified in the Schedule of Compensation,provided that(a)time estimates are provided for the performance of sub tasks,and (b) the Contract Sum is not exceeded, or (iv) such other methods as may be specified in the Schedule of Compensation 2 3 Reimbursable Expenses Compensation may include reimbursement for actual and necessary expenditures for reproduction costs, telephone expenses, and travel expenses approved by the Contract Officer in advance, or actual subcontractor expenses of an approved subcontractor pursuant to Section 4 5, and only if specified in the Schedule of Compensation The Contract Sum shall include the attendance of Consultant at all project meetings reasonably deemed necessary by the City Coordination of the performance of the work with City is a critical component of the services If Consultant is required to attend additional meetings to facilitate such coordination, Consultant shall not be entitled to any additional compensation for attending said meetings 2 4 Invoices Each month Consultant shall furnish to City an original invoice, using the City template, or in a format acceptable to the City, for all work performed and expenses incurred during the preceding month in a form approved by City's Director of Finance By submitting an invoice for payment under this Agreement, Consultant is certifying compliance with all provisions of the Agreement The invoice shall detail charges for all necessary and actual expenses by the following categories labor (by sub-category), travel, materials, equipment, supplies, and sub-contractor contracts Sub-contractor charges shall also be detailed by such categories Consultant shall not invoice City for any duplicate services performed by more than one person City shall independently review each invoice submitted by the Consultant to determine whether the work performed and expenses incurred are in compliance with the provisions of this Agreement Except as to any charges for work performed or expenses incurred by Consultant which are disputed by City, or as provided in Section 7 3, City will use its best efforts to cause Consultant to be paid within 45 (forty-five)days of receipt of Consultant's correct and undisputed invoice, however, Consultant acknowledges and agrees that due to City warrant run procedures, the City cannot guarantee that payment will occur within this time period In the event any charges or expenses are disputed by City, the original invoice shall be returned by City to Consultant for correction and resubmission Review and payment by City for any invoice provided by the Consultant shall not constitute a waiver of any rights or remedies provided herein or any applicable law 2 5 Waiver Payment to Consultant for work performed pursuant to this Agreement shall not be deemed to waive any defects in work performed by Consultant A-7 ARTICLE 3 PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE 3 1 Time of Essence Time is of the essence in the performance of this Agreement 3 2 Schedule of Performance Consultant shall commence the services pursuant to this Agreement upon receipt of a written notice to proceed and shall perform all services within the time period(s)established in the "Schedule of Performance" attached hereto as Exhibit "D" and incorporated herein by this reference When requested by the Consultant, extensions to the time period(s) specified in the Schedule of Performance may be approved in writing by the Contract Officer through a Change Order, but not exceeding 90 (ninety) days cumulatively 3.3 Force Majeure The time period(s) specified in the Schedule of Performance for performance of the services rendered pursuant to this Agreement shall be extended because of any delays due to unforeseeable causes beyond the control and without the fault or negligence of the Consultant, including,but not restricted to,acts of God or of the public enemy, unusually severe weather,fires, earthquakes, floods, epidemics, quarantine restrictions, riots, strikes, freight embargoes, wars, litigation, and/or acts of any governmental agency, including the City, if the Consultant shall within 10 (ten) days of the commencement of such delay notify the Contract Officer in writing of the causes of the delay The Contract Officer shall ascertain the facts and the extent of delay, and extend the time for performing the services for the period of the enforced delay when and if in the judgment of the Contract Officer such delay is justified The Contract Officer's determination shall be final and conclusive upon the parties to this Agreement In no event shall Consultant be entitled to recover damages against the City for any delay in the performance of this Agreement, however caused, Consultant's sole remedy being extension of the Agreement pursuant to this Section 3.4 Term Unless earlier terminated in accordance with Article 7 of this Agreement, this Agreement shall continue in full force and effect until completion of the services but not exceeding one year from the date hereof, except as otherwise provided in the Schedule of Performance (Exhibit"D") The City may, in its discretion, extend the Term by an additional one (1) year term by giving advance written notice of the same to Consultant not later than 45 calendar days prior to the expiration of the Term ARTICLE 4 COORDINATION OF WORK 4 1 Representatives and Personnel of Consultant The following principals of Consultant ("Principals") are hereby designated as being the principals and representatives of Consultant authorized to act in its behalf with respect to the work specified herein and make all decisions in connection therewith A-8 Jon Hughes Executive Vice-President Name Title Dustin Alamo Vice President Name Title It is expressly understood that the experience, knowledge, capability and reputation of the foregoing principals were a substantial inducement for City to enter into this Agreement Therefore, the foregoing principals shall be responsible during the term of this Agreement for directing all activities of Consultant and devoting sufficient time to personally supervise the services hereunder All personnel of Consultant, and any authorized agents, shall at all times be under the exclusive direction and control of the Principals For purposes of this Agreement, the foregoing Principals may not be replaced nor may their responsibilities be substantially reduced by Consultant without the express written approval of City Additionally, Consultant shall utilize only the personnel included in the Proposal to perform services pursuant to this Agreement Consultant shall make every reasonable effort to maintain the stability and continuity of Consultant's staff and subcontractors, if any, assigned to perform the services required under this Agreement Consultant shall notify City of any changes in Consultant's staff and subcontractors, if any, assigned to perform the services required under this Agreement, prior to and during any such performance City shall have the right to approve or reject any proposed replacement personnel, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld 4 2 Status of Consultant Consultant shall have no authority to bind City in any manner, or to incur any obligation, debt or liability of any kind on behalf of or against City, whether by contract or otherwise, unless such authority is expressly conferred under this Agreement or is otherwise expressly conferred in writing by City Consultant shall not at any time or in any manner represent that Consultant or any of Consultant's officers, employees, or agents are in any manner officials, officers, employees or agents of City Neither Consultant, nor any of Consultant's officers, employees or agents, shall obtain any rights to retirement, health care or any other benefits which may otherwise accrue to City's employees Consultant expressly waives any claim Consultant may have to any such rights 4 3 Contract Officer The Contract Officer shall be Karma Banales, Deputy City Manager or such person as she may designate It shall be the Consultant's responsibility to assure that the Contract Officer is kept informed of the progress of the performance of the services and the Consultant shall refer any decisions which must be made by City to the Contract Officer Unless otherwise specified herein, any approval of City required hereunder shall mean the approval of the Contract Officer The Contract Officer shall have authority, if specified in writing by the City Manager, to sign all documents on behalf of the City required hereunder to carry out the terms of this Agreement 4 4 Independent Consultant Neither the City nor any of its employees shall have any control over the manner, mode or means by which Consultant, its agents or employees, perform the services required herein, except A-9 as otherwise set forth herein City shall have no voice in the selection, discharge, supervision or control of Consultant's employees, servants, representatives or agents, or in fixing their number, compensation or hours of service Consultant shall perform all services required herein as an independent contractor of City and shall remain at all times as to City a wholly independent contractor with only such obligations as are consistent with that role Consultant shall not at any time or in any manner represent that it or any of its agents or employees are agents or employees of City City shall not in any way or for any purpose become or be deemed to be a partner of Consultant in its business or otherwise or anoint venturer or a member of any joint enterprise with Consultant 4.5 Prohibition Against Subcontracting or Assignment The experience, knowledge, capability and reputation of Consultant, its principals and employees were a substantial inducement for the City to enter into this Agreement Therefore, Consultant shall not contract with any other entity to perform in whole or in part the services required hereunder without the express written approval of the City, all subcontractors included in the Proposal are deemed approved In addition, neither this Agreement nor any interest herein may be transferred, assigned, conveyed, hypothecated or encumbered voluntarily or by operation of law, whether for the benefit of creditors or otherwise, without the prior written approval of City Transfers restricted hereunder shall include the transfer to any person or group of persons acting in concert of more than 25% (twenty five percent) of the present ownership and/or control of Consultant, taking all transfers into account on a cumulative basis In the event of any such unapproved transfer, including any bankruptcy proceeding, this Agreement shall be void No approved transfer shall release the Consultant or any surety of Consultant of any liability hereunder without the express consent of City ARTICLE 5 INSURANCE AND INDEMNIFICATION 5 1 Insurance Coverages Without limiting Consultant's indemnification of City, and prior to commencement of any services under this Agreement, Consultant shall obtain, provide and maintain at its own expense during the term of this Agreement, policies of insurance of the type and amounts described below and in a form satisfactory to City (a) General_liability insurance Consultant shall maintain commercial general liability insurance with coverage at least as broad as Insurance Services Office form CG 00 01, in an amount not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence, $2,000,000 general aggregate, for bodily injury,personal injury,and property damage The policy must include contractual liability that has not been amended Any endorsement restricting standard ISO"insured contract" language will not be accepted (b) Automobile liability insurance Consultant shall maintain automobile insurance at least as broad as Insurance Services Office form CA 00 01 covering bodily injury and property damage for all activities of the Consultant arising out of or in connection with Services to be performed under this Agreement, including coverage for any owned, hired, non-owned or rented vehicles, in an amount not less than $1,000,000 combined single limit for each accident A-10 (c) Professional liability (errors & omissions) insurance Consultant shall maintain professional liability insurance that covers the Services to be performed in connection with this Agreement, in the minimum amount of$1,000,000 per claim and in the aggregate Any policy inception date, continuity date, or retroactive date must be before the effective date of this Agreement and Consultant agrees to maintain continuous coverage through a period no less than three (3)years after completion of the services required by this Agreement (d) Workers' compensation insurance Consultant shall maintain Workers' Compensation Insurance (Statutory Limits) and Employer's Liability Insurance (with limits of at least$1,000,000) Consultant shall submit to City,along with the certificate of insurance,a Waiver of Subrogation endorsement in favor of City its officers, agents, employees and volunteers (e) Subcontractors Consultant shall include all subcontractors as insureds under its policies or shall furnish separate certificates and certified endorsements for each subcontractor All coverages for subcontractors shall include all of the requirements stated herein (f) Additional Insurance Policies of such other insurance, as may be required in the Special Requirements in Exhibit"B" 5 2 General Insurance Requirements (a) Proof of insurance Consultant shall provide certificates of insurance to City as evidence of the insurance coverage required herein, along with a waiver of subrogation endorsement for workers' compensation Insurance certificates and endorsements must be approved by City's Risk Manager prior to commencement of performance Current certification of insurance shall be kept on file with City at all times during the term of this Agreement City reserves the right to require complete, certified copies of all required insurance policies, at any time (b) Duration of coverage Consultant shall procure and maintain for the duration of this Agreement insurance against claims for injuries to persons or damages to property, which may arise from or in connection with the performance of the Services hereunder by Consultant, its agents, representatives, employees or subconsultants (c) Primary/noncontributing Coverage provided by Consultant shall be primary and any insurance or self-insurance procured or maintained by City shall not be required to contribute with it The limits of insurance required herein may be satisfied by a combination of primary and umbrella or excess insurance Any umbrella or excess insurance shall contain or be endorsed to contain a provision that such coverage shall also apply on a primary and non- contributory basis for the benefit of City before the City's own insurance or self-insurance shall be called upon to protect it as a named insured (d) City's rights of enforcement In the event any policy of insurance required under this Agreement does not comply with these specifications or is canceled and not replaced, City has the right but not the duty to obtain and continuously maintain the insurance it deems necessary and any premium paid by City will be promptly reimbursed by Consultant or City will withhold amounts sufficient to pay premium from Consultant payments In the alternative, City may cancel this Agreement A-11 (e) Acceptable insurers All insurance policies shall be issued by an insurance company currently authorized by the Insurance Commissioner to transact business of insurance or that is on the List of Approved Surplus Line Insurers in the State of California, with an assigned policyholders' Rating of A- (or higher) and Financial Size Category Class VI (or larger) in accordance with the latest edition of Best's Key Rating Guide, unless otherwise approved by the City's Risk Manager (f) Waiver of subrogation All insurance coverage maintained or procured pursuant to this agreement shall be endorsed to waive subrogation against City, its elected or appointed officers, agents, officials, employees and volunteers or shall specifically allow Consultant or others providing insurance evidence in compliance with these specifications to waive their right of recovery prior to a loss Consultant hereby waives its own right of recovery against City, and shall require similar written express waivers and insurance clauses from each of its subconsultants (g) Enforcement of contract provisions (non-estoppel) Consultant acknowledges and agrees that any actual or alleged failure on the part of the City to inform Consultant of non-compliance with any requirement imposes no additional obligations on the City nor does it waive any rights hereunder (h) Requirements not limiting Requirements of specific coverage features or limits contained in this section are not intended as a limitation on coverage, limits or other requirements, or a waiver of any coverage normally provided by any insurance Specific reference to a given coverage feature is for purposes of clarification only as it pertains to a given issue and is not intended by any party or insured to be all inclusive, or to the exclusion of other coverage, or a waiver of any type If the Consultant maintains higher limits than the minimums shown above, the City requires and shall be entitled to coverage for the higher limits maintained by the Consultant Any available insurance proceeds in excess of the specified minimum limits of insurance and coverage shall be available to the City (i) Notice of cancellation Consultant agrees to oblige its insurance agent or broker and insurers to provide to City with a 30 (thirty) day notice of cancellation (except for nonpayment for which a 10 (ten) day notice is required) or nonrenewal of coverage for each required coverage (1) Additional insured status General liability policies shall provide or be endorsed to provide that City and its officers,officials,employees,and agents,and volunteers shall be additional insureds under such policies This provision shall also apply to any excess/umbrella liability policies (k) Prohibition of undisclosed coverage limitations None of the coverages required herein will be in compliance with these requirements if they include any limiting endorsement of any kind that has not been first submitted to City and approved of in writing (I) Separation of insureds A severability of interests provision must apply for all additional insureds ensuring that Consultant's insurance shall apply separately to each insured A-12 against whom claim is made or suit is brought except with respect to the insurer's limits of liability The policy(ies) shall not contain any cross-liability exclusions (m) Pass through clause Consultant agrees to ensure that its subconsultants, subcontractors, and any other party involved with the project who is brought onto or involved in the project by Consultant, provide the same minimum insurance coverage and endorsements required of Consultant Consultant agrees to monitor and review all such coverage and assumes all responsibility for ensuring that such coverage is provided in conformity with the requirements of this section Consultant agrees that upon request, all agreements with consultants, subcontractors, and others engaged in the project will be submitted to City for review (n) Agency's right to revise specifications The City reserves the right at any time during the term of the contract to change the amounts and types of insurance required by giving the Consultant 90 (ninety) days advance written notice of such change If such change results in substantial additional cost to the Consultant, the City and Consultant may renegotiate Consultant's compensation (o) Self-insured retentions Any self-insured retentions must be declared to and approved by City City reserves the right to require that self-insured retentions be eliminated, lowered, or replaced by a deductible Self-insurance will not be considered to comply with these specifications unless approved by City (p) Timely notice of claims Consultant shall give City prompt and timely notice of claims made or suits instituted that arise out of or result from Consultant's performance under this Agreement,and that involve or may involve coverage under any of the required liability policies (q) Additional insurance Consultant shall also procure and maintain,at its own cost and expense, any additional kinds of insurance, which in its own judgment may be necessary for its proper protection and prosecution of the work 5 3 Indemnification To the full extent permitted by law, Consultant agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless the City, its officers,employees and agents("Indemnified Parties")against,and will hold and save them and each of them harmless from, any and all actions, either judicial,administrative, arbitration or regulatory claims, damages to persons or property, losses, costs, penalties, obligations, errors, omissions or liabilities whether actual or threatened (herein "claims or liabilities") that may be asserted or claimed by any person, firm or entity arising out of or in connection with the negligent performance of the work, operations or activities provided herein of Consultant, its officers, employees, agents, subcontractors, or invitees, or any individual or entity for which Consultant is legally liable("indemnitors"),or arising from Consultant's or indemnitors' reckless or willful misconduct,or arising from Consultant's or indemnitors' negligent performance of or failure to perform any term, provision, covenant or condition of this Agreement, and in connection therewith A-13 (a) Consultant will defend any action or actions filed in connection with any of said claims or liabilities and will pay all costs and expenses, including legal costs and attorneys' fees incurred in connection therewith, (b) Consultant will promptly pay any judgment rendered against the City, its officers, agents or employees for any such claims or liabilities arising out of or in connection with the negligent performance of or failure to perform such work,operations or activities of Consultant hereunder, and Consultant agrees to save and hold the City, its officers, agents, and employees harmless therefrom, (c) In the event the City, its officers, agents or employees is made a party to any action or proceeding filed or prosecuted against Consultant for such damages or other claims arising out of or in connection with the negligent performance of or failure to perform the work, operation or activities of Consultant hereunder, Consultant agrees to pay to the City, its officers, agents or employees, any and all costs and expenses incurred by the City, its officers, agents or employees in such action or proceeding, including but not limited to, legal costs and attorneys' fees Consultant shall incorporate similar indemnity agreements with its subcontractors and if it fails to do so Consultant shall be fully responsible to indemnify City hereunder therefore, and failure of City to monitor compliance with these provisions shall not be a waiver hereof This indemnification includes claims or liabilities arising from any negligent or wrongful act, error or omission, or reckless or willful misconduct of Consultant in the performance of professional services hereunder The provisions of this Section do not apply to claims or liabilities occurring as a result of City's sole negligence or willful acts or omissions, but, to the fullest extent permitted by law, shall apply to claims and liabilities resulting in part from City's negligence, except that design professionals' indemnity hereunder shall be limited to claims and liabilities arising out of the negligence, recklessness or willful misconduct of the design professional The indemnity obligation shall be binding on successors and assigns of Consultant and shall survive termination of this Agreement ARTICLE 6 RECORDS,REPORTS, AND RELEASE OF INFORMATION 61 Records Consultant shall keep,and require subcontractors to keep,such ledgers, books of accounts, invoices, vouchers, canceled checks, reports, studies or other documents relating to the disbursements charged to City and services performed hereunder (the "books and records"), as shall be necessary to perform the services required by this Agreement and enable the Contract Officer to evaluate the performance of such services Any and all such documents shall be maintained in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and shall be complete and detailed The Contract Officer shall have full and free access to such books and records at all times during normal business hours of City, including the right to inspect, copy, audit and make records and transcripts from such records Such records shall be maintained for a period of three (3)years following completion of the services hereunder, and the City shall have access to such records in the event any audit is required In the event of dissolution of Consultant's business, custody of the books and records may be given to City, and access shall be provided by Consultant's successor in interest Notwithstanding the above, the Consultant shall fully cooperate with the City in A-14 providing access to the books and records if a public records request is made and disclosure is required by law including but not limited to the California Public Records Act 6 2 Reports. Consultant shall periodically prepare and submit to the Contract Officer such reports concerning the performance of the services required by this Agreement as the Contract Officer shall require Consultant hereby acknowledges that the City is greatly concerned about the cost of work and services to be performed pursuant to this Agreement For this reason, Consultant agrees that if Consultant becomes aware of any facts, circumstances, techniques, or events that may or will materially increase or decrease the cost of the work or services contemplated herein or, if Consultant is providing design services, the cost of the project being designed, Consultant shall promptly notify the Contract Officer of said fact, circumstance, technique or event and the estimated increased or decreased cost related thereto and, if Consultant is providing design services, the estimated increased or decreased cost estimate for the project being designed 6.3 Ownership of Documents All drawings, specifications, maps, designs, photographs, studies, surveys, data, notes, computer files, reports, records, documents and other materials (the "documents and materials") prepared by Consultant, its employees, subcontractors and agents in the performance of this Agreement shall be the property of City and shall be delivered to City upon request of the Contract Officer or upon the termination of this Agreement, and Consultant shall have no claim for further employment or additional compensation as a result of the exercise by City of its full rights of ownership use, reuse, or assignment of the documents and materials hereunder Any use, reuse or assignment of such completed documents for other projects and/or use of uncompleted documents without specific written authorization by the Consultant will be at the City's sole risk and without liability to Consultant, and Consultant's guarantee and warranties shall not extend to such use, reuse or assignment Consultant may retain copies of such documents for its own use Consultant shall have the right to use the concepts embodied therein All subcontractors shall provide for assignment to City of any documents or materials prepared by them, and in the event Consultant fails to secure such assignment, Consultant shall indemnify City for all damages resulting therefrom Moreover, Consultant with respect to any documents and materials that may qualify as "works made for hire" as defined in 17 U S C § 101, such documents and materials are hereby deemed "works made for hire" for the City 6 4 Confidentiality and Release of Information (a) All information gained or work product produced by Consultant in performance of this Agreement shall be considered confidential, unless such information is in the public domain or already known to Consultant Consultant shall not release or disclose any such information or work product to persons or entities other than City without prior written authorization from the Contract Officer (b) Consultant, its officers, employees, agents or subcontractors, shall not, without prior written authorization from the Contract Officer or unless requested by the City Attorney,voluntarily provide documents,declarations, letters of support,testimony at depositions, A-15 response to interrogatories or other information concerning the work performed under this Agreement Response to a subpoena or court order shall not be considered "voluntary" provided Consultant gives City notice of such court order or subpoena (c) If Consultant, or any officer, employee, agent or subcontractor of Consultant, provides any information or work product in violation of this Agreement, then City shall have the right to reimbursement and indemnity from Consultant for any damages, costs and fees, including attorney's fees, caused by or incurred as a result of Consultant's conduct (d) Consultant shall promptly notify City should Consultant, its officers, employees,agents or subcontractors be served with any summons, complaint, subpoena, notice of deposition, request for documents, interrogatories, request for admissions or other discovery request,court order or subpoena from any party regarding this Agreement and the work performed there under City retains the right, but has no obligation, to represent Consultant or be present at any deposition, hearing or similar proceeding Consultant agrees to cooperate fully with City and to provide City with the opportunity to review any response to discovery requests provided by Consultant However, this right to review any such response does not imply or mean the right by City to control, direct, or rewrite said response ARTICLE 7 ENFORCEMENT OF AGREEMENT AND TERMINATION 7 1 California Law This Agreement shall be interpreted, construed and governed both as to validity and to performance of the parties in accordance with the laws of the State of California Legal actions concerning any dispute, claim or matter arising out of or in relation to this Agreement shall be instituted in the Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles, State of California, or any other appropriate court in such county, and Consultant covenants and agrees to submit to the personal jurisdiction of such court in the event of such action In the event of litigation in a U S District Court, venue shall lie exclusively in the Central District of California, in the County of Los Angeles, State of California 7 2 Disputes, Default In the event that Consultant is in default under the terms of this Agreement, the City shall not have any obligation or duty to continue compensating Consultant for any work performed after the date of default Instead, the City may give notice to Consultant of the default and the reasons for the default The notice shall include the timeframe in which Consultant may cure the default This timeframe is 15 (fifteen) days, but may be extended, though not reduced, if circumstances warrant During the period of time that Consultant is in default,the City shall hold all invoices and shall, when the default is cured, proceed with payment on the invoices In the alternative,the City may, in its sole discretion, elect to pay some or all of the outstanding invoices during the period of default If Consultant does not cure the default,the City may take necessary steps to terminate this Agreement under this Article Any failure on the part of the City to give notice of the Consultant's default shall not be deemed to result in a waiver of the City's legal rights or any rights arising out of any provision of this Agreement A-16 7 3 Retention of Funds Consultant hereby authorizes City to deduct from any amount payable to Consultant (whether or not arising out of this Agreement) (i) any amounts the payment of which may be in dispute hereunder or which are necessary to compensate City for any losses, costs, liabilities, or damages suffered by City, and (ii) all amounts for which City may be liable to third parties, by reason of Consultant's acts or omissions in performing or failing to perform Consultant's obligation under this Agreement In the event that any claim is made by a third party, the amount or validity of which is disputed by Consultant, or any indebtedness shall exist which shall appear to be the basis for a claim of lien, City may withhold from any payment due, without liability for interest because of such withholding, an amount sufficient to cover such claim The failure of City to exercise such right to deduct or to withhold shall not, however, affect the obligations of the Consultant to insure, indemnify, and protect City as elsewhere provided herein 7 4 Waiver Waiver by any party to this Agreement of any term, condition, or covenant of this Agreement shall not constitute a waiver of any other term, condition, or covenant Waiver by any party of any breach of the provisions of this Agreement shall not constitute a waiver of any other provision or a waiver of any subsequent breach or violation of any provision of this Agreement Acceptance by City of any work or services by Consultant shall not constitute a waiver of any of the provisions of this Agreement No delay or omission in the exercise of any right or remedy by a non-defaulting party on any default shall impair such right or remedy or be construed as a waiver Any waiver by either party of any default must be in writing and shall not be a waiver of any other default concerning the same or any other provision of this Agreement 7.5 Rights and Remedies are Cumulative. Except with respect to rights and remedies expressly declared to be exclusive in this Agreement, the rights and remedies of the parties are cumulative and the exercise by either party of one or more of such rights or remedies shall not preclude the exercise by it, at the same or different times, of any other rights or remedies for the same default or any other default by the other party 7.6 Legal Action In addition to any other rights or remedies, either party may take legal action, in law or in equity, to cure, correct or remedy any default, to recover damages for any default, to compel specific performance of this Agreement,to obtain declaratory or injunctive relief, or to obtain any other remedy consistent with the purposes of this Agreement Notwithstanding any contrary provision herein, Consultant shall file a statutory claim pursuant to Government Code Sections 905 et seq and 910 et seq , in order to pursue a legal action under this Agreement 7 7 Termination Prior to Expiration of Term This Section shall govern any termination of this Contract except as specifically provided in the following Section for termination for cause The City reserves the right to terminate this Contract at any time, with or without cause, upon 30 (thirty) days' written notice to Consultant, A-17 except that where termination is due to the fault of the Consultant, the period of notice may be such shorter time as may be determined by the Contract Officer Upon receipt of any notice of termination, Consultant shall immediately cease all services hereunder except such as may be specifically approved by the Contract Officer Consultant shall be entitled to compensation for all services rendered prior to the effective date of the notice of termination and for any services authorized by the Contract Officer thereafter in accordance with the Schedule of Compensation or such as may be approved by the Contract Officer, except as provided in Section 7 3 In the event of termination without cause pursuant to this Section, the City need not provide the Consultant with the opportunity to cure pursuant to Section 7 2 7 8 Termination for Default of Party If termination is due to the failure of the other Party to fulfill its obligations under this Agreement (a) City may, after compliance with the provisions of Section 7 2, take over the work and prosecute the same to completion by contract or otherwise, and the Consultant shall be liable to the extent that the total cost for completion of the services required hereunder exceeds the compensation herein stipulated(provided that the City shall use reasonable efforts to mitigate such damages), and City may withhold any payments to the Consultant for the purpose of set-off or partial payment of the amounts owed the City as previously stated (b) Consultant may, after compliance with the provisions of Section 7 2, terminate the Agreement upon written notice to the City's Contract Officer Consultant shall be entitled to payment for all work performed up to the date of termination 7.9 Attorneys' Fees If either party to this Agreement is required to initiate or defend or made a party to any action or proceeding in any way connected with this Agreement,the prevailing party in such action or proceeding, in addition to any other relief which may be granted, whether legal or equitable, shall be entitled to reasonable attorney's fees Attorney's fees shall include attorney's fees on any appeal, and in addition a party entitled to attorney's fees shall be entitled to all other reasonable costs for investigating such action, taking depositions and discovery and all other necessary costs the court allows which are incurred in such litigation All such fees shall be deemed to have accrued on commencement of such action and shall be enforceable whether or not such action is prosecuted to judgment ARTICLE 8 CITY OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES: NON-DISCRIMINATION 8 1 Non-liability of City Officers and Employees No officer or employee of the City shall be personally liable to the Consultant, or any successor in interest, in the event of any default or breach by the City or for any amount which may become due to the Consultant or to its successor, or for breach of any obligation of the terms of this Agreement A-18 8 2 Conflict of Interest Consultant covenants that neither it, nor any officer or principal of its firm, has or shall acquire any interest, directly or indirectly, which would conflict in any manner with the interests of City or which would in any way hinder Consultant's performance of services under this Agreement Consultant further covenants that in the performance of this Agreement, no person having any such interest shall be employed by it as an officer, employee, agent or subcontractor without the express written consent of the Contract Officer Consultant agrees to at all times avoid conflicts of interest or the appearance of any conflicts of interest with the interests of City in the performance of this Agreement No officer or employee of the City shall have any financial interest, direct or indirect, in this Agreement nor shall any such officer or employee participate in any decision relating to the Agreement which affects her/his financial interest or the financial interest of any corporation, partnership or association in which (s)he is, directly or indirectly, interested, in violation of any State statute or regulation The Consultant warrants that it has not paid or given and will not pay or give any third party any money or other consideration for obtaining this Agreement 8 3 Covenant Against Discrimination Consultant covenants that, by and for itself, its heirs, executors, assigns, and all persons claiming under or through them, that there shall be no discrimination against or segregation of, any person or group of persons on account of race, color, creed, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, ancestry or other protected class in the performance of this Agreement Consultant shall take affirmative action to insure that applicants are employed and that employees are treated during employment without regard to their race, color, creed, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, ancestry or other protected class 8 4 Unauthorized Aliens Consultant hereby promises and agrees to comply with all of the provisions of the Federal Immigration and Nationality Act, 8 U S C § 1101 el seq , as amended, and in connection therewith, shall not employ unauthorized aliens as defined therein Should Consultant so employ such unauthorized aliens for the performance of work and/or services covered by this Agreement, and should any liability or sanctions be imposed against City for such use of unauthorized aliens, Consultant hereby agrees to and shall reimburse City for the cost of all such liabilities or sanctions imposed, together with any and all costs, including attorneys' fees, incurred by City ARTICLE 9 MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS 91 Notices Any notice, demand, request, document, consent, approval, or communication either party desires or is required to give to the other party or any other person shall be in writing and either served personally or sent by prepaid, first-class mail, in the case of the City, to the City Manager and to the attention of the Contract Officer(with her/his name and City title),City of Rancho Palos Verdes, 30940 Hawthorne Blvd , Rancho Palos Verdes, California 90275 and in the case of the Consultant, to the person(s) at the address designated on the execution page of this Agreement A-19 Either party may change its address by notifying the other party of the change of address in writing Notice shall be deemed communicated at the time personally delivered or in seventy-two (72) hours from the time of mailing if mailed as provided in this Section 9.2 Interpretation The terms of this Agreement shall be construed in accordance with the meaning of the language used and shall not be construed for or against either party by reason of the authorship of this Agreement or any other rule of construction which might otherwise apply 9.3 Counterparts This Agreement may be executed in counterparts, each of which shall be deemed to be an original, and such counterparts shall constitute one and the same instrument 9.4 Integration, Amendment This Agreement including the attachments hereto is the entire, complete and exclusive expression of the understanding of the parties It is understood that there are no oral agreements between the parties hereto affecting this Agreement and this Agreement supersedes and cancels any and all previous negotiations, arrangements, agreements and understandings, if any, between the parties, and none shall be used to interpret this Agreement No amendment to or modification of this Agreement shall be valid unless made in writing and approved by the Consultant and by the City Council The parties agree that this requirement for written modifications cannot be waived and that any attempted waiver shall be void 9 5 Severability In the event that any one or more of the phrases,sentences,clauses,paragraphs,or sections contained in this Agreement shall be declared invalid or unenforceable by a valid judgment or decree of a court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity or unenforceability shall not affect any of the remaining phrases, sentences, clauses, paragraphs, or sections of this Agreement which are hereby declared as severable and shall be interpreted to carry out the intent of the parties hereunder unless the invalid provision is so material that its invalidity deprives either party of the basic benefit of their bargain or renders this Agreement meaningless 9.6 Warranty & Representation of Non-Collusion. No official,officer,or employee of City has any financial interest,direct or indirect, in this Agreement, nor shall any official, officer, or employee of City participate in any decision relating to this Agreement which may affect his/her financial interest or the financial interest of any corporation, partnership, or association in which (s)he is directly or indirectly interested, or in violation of any corporation, partnership, or association in which (s)he is directly or indirectly interested, or in violation of any State or municipal statute or regulation The determination of "financial interest" shall be consistent with State law and shall not include interests found to be "remote" or "nonrnterests" pursuant to Government Code Sections 1091 or 1091 5 Consultant warrants and represents that it has not paid or given, and will not pay or give, to any third party including, but not limited to, any City official, officer, or employee, any money, consideration, or A-20 r other thing of value as a result or consequence of obtaining or being awarded any agreement Consultant further warrants and represents that(s)he/it has not engaged in any act(s), omission(s), or other conduct or collusion that would result in the payment of any money, consideration, or other thing of value to any third party including, but not limited to, any City official, officer, or employee, as a result of consequence of obtaining or being awarded any agreement Consultant is aware of and understands that any such act(s), omission(s) or other conduct resulting in such payment of money, consideration, or other thing of value will render this Agreement void and of no force or effect Consultant's Authorized Initials 9 7 Corporate Authority The persons executing this Agreement on behalf of the parties hereto warrant that(i) such party is duly organized and existing, (ii) they are duly authorized to execute and deliver this Agreement on behalf of said party, (iii) by so executing this Agreement, such party is formally bound to the provisions of this Agreement, and (iv) that entering into this Agreement does not violate any provision of any other Agreement to which said party is bound This Agreement shall be binding upon the heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns of the parties [SIGNATURES ON FOLLOWING PAGE] A-21 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Agreement on the date and year first-above written CITY CITY OF RANCHO PALOS VERDES, a mumci.al corporat •. I Paved Bradley, ayor ATTEST eres aoka City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM ALESHIRE & WYNDER, LLP )d4 , .14-Th William W Wynder, City Attorney CONSULTANT- GRIFFIN ST', CTU'i. By (TI Jon Hughlar e Vice President rgIMA _ A _ By P• Wv4FA lam"rice ►ce Pre'dent Address 2 Technology Drive Suite 150 Irvine, California 92618 Two corporate officer signatures required when Consultant is a corporation,with one signature required from each of the following groups 1)Chairman of the Board,President or any Vice President,and 2)Secretary,any Assistant Secretary, Chief Financial Officer or any Assistant Treasurer CONSULTANT'S SIGNATURES SHALL BE DULY NOTARIZED, AND APPROPRIATE ATTESTATIONS SHALL BE INCLUDED AS MAY BE REQUIRED BY THE BYLAWS, ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION, OR OTHER RULES OR REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO CONSULTANT'S BUSINESS ENTITY A-22 CALIFORNIA ACKNOWLEDGMENT CIVIL CODE § 1189 A notary public or other officer completing this certificate verifies only the identity of the individual who signed the document to which this certificate is attached,and not the truthfulness,accuracy,or validity of that document State of California County of Cels-P,, On V142\11 ra..4, 14_, )a,D, before me, -ir-+ lvvt.r1 2 G A kP� p► y , Date Here Insert Name and Title of the Officer personally appeared i(1Q -i\ 0 e( 1,-) \4 IASho-1.- Name(s) Name(s)of Signer(s) who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s)whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the •,t"�+y PaTTI MARIE GtLIESP�E laws of the State of California that the foregoing Notary Publu Caidorma = paragraph is true and correct � e Orange County Commission t 2343690 WITNESS my hand and official seal My Comm Expires Jan 26 2025 Signature )��Q�Q( Place Notary Seal and/or Stamp Above Signature of Notary Public OPTIONAL Completing this information can deter alteration of the document or fraudulent reattachment of this form to an unintended document Description of Attached Dument Title or Type of DocumentC>l\MI.c,`IZ-VN$ � Document Date I'Ja, a.a Number of Pages I Signer(s) Other Than Named Above Capacity(ies) Claimed by Signer(s) Signer's Name 1c 'oc _ 0....• 1%-..k... Signer's Name gf Corporate Officer— Title(s) te Yr..ri...,a V ? 0 Corporate Officer— Title(s) ❑ Partner— ❑ Limited ❑ General 0 Partner— 0 Limited 0 General d Individual ❑ Attorney in Fact 0 Individual 0 Attorney in Fact ❑ Trustee 0 Guardian or Conservator 0 Trustee 0 Guardian or Conservator ❑ Other 0 Other Signer is Representing Signer is Representing ©2019 National Notary Association CALIFORNIA ACKNOWLEDGMENT CIVIL CODE § 1189 A notary public or other officer completing this certificate verifies only the identity of the individual who signed the document to which this certificate is attached,and not the truthfulness,accuracy,or validity of that document State of California 1 County of erc1i��—P— J} On -C'�0tu.., ava.a before me, \--)cA M '\os, Q_ , CPt.& I Date Here Insert Name and Title of the Officer personally appeared VJu.i k',e1 C-14Y1 h Name(s)of Signer(s) who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s)whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing PATTI MARIE GILLESPIE paragraph is true and correct 1,41 . Notary Public Caldorma Orange County WITNESS my hand and official seal Commission JJ 2343690 ••" My Comm Expires Jan 26,2025 Signature \ tY'p. i\L Q Place Notary Seal and/or Stamp Above Signature of Notary Public OPTIONAL Completing this information can deter alteration of the document or fraudulent reattachment of this form to an unintended document Description of Attached Document Title or Type of Document4?0; Document Date U,) 14) Number of Pages Signer(s) Other Than Named Above Capacity(ies) Claimed by Signer(s) Signer's Name D,A,s�� (4knn Signer's Name Er Corporate Officer — Title(s) v 0 Corporate Officer— Title(s) ❑ Partner— ❑ Limited 0 General 0 Partner— ❑ Limited 0 General ❑ Individual 0 Attorney in Fact 0 Individual 0 Attorney in Fact ❑ Trustee ❑ Guardian or Conservator ❑ Trustee 0 Guardian or Conservator ❑ Other 0 Other Signer is Representing Signer is Representing ©2019 National Notary Association CALIFORNIA ALL-PURPOSE ACKNOWLEDGMENT A notary public or other officer completing this certificate verifies only the identity of the individual who signed the document to which this certificate is attached,and not the truthfulness,accuracy or validity of that document STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES On ,2022 before me, ,personally appeared ,proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s)whose names(s)is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies),and that by his/her/their signature(s)on the instrument the person(s),or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s)acted, executed the instrument I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct WITNESS my hand and official seal Signature OPTIONAL Though the data below is not required by law,it may prove valuable to persons relying on the document and could prevent fraudulent reattachment of this form CAPACITY CLAIMED BY SIGNER DESCRIPTION OF ATTACHED DOCUMENT ❑ INDIVIDUAL ❑ CORPORATE OFFICER TITLE OR TYPE OF DOCUMENT TITLE(S) ❑ PARTNER(S) ❑ LIMITED ❑ GENERAL NUMBER OF PAGES ❑ ATTORNEY-IN-FACT ❑ TRUSTEE(S) ❑ GUARDIAN/CONSERVATOR ❑ OTHER DATE OF DOCUMENT SIGNER IS REPRESENTING (NAME OF PERSON(S)OR ENTITY(IES)) SIGNER(S)OTHER THAN NAMED ABOVE 01203 0006/736843 I EQG A-23 CALIFORNIA ALL-PURPOSE ACKNOWLEDGMENT A notary public or other officer completing this certificate verifies only the identity of the individual who signed the document to which this certificate is attached,and not the truthfulness,accuracy or validity of that document STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES On ,2022 before me, ,personally appeared ,proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s)whose names(s)is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies),and that by his/her/their signature(s)on the instrument the person(s),or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s)acted, executed the instrument I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct WITNESS my hand and official seal Signature OPTIONAL Though the data below is not required by law,it may prove valuable to persons relying on the document and could prevent fraudulent reattachment of this form CAPACITY CLAIMED BY SIGNER DESCRIPTION OF ATTACHED DOCUMENT El INDIVIDUAL El CORPORATE OFFICER TITLE OR TYPE OF DOCUMENT TITLE(S) El PARTNER(S) ❑ LIMITED ❑ GENERAL NUMBER OF PAGES ❑ ATTORNEY-IN-FACT ❑ TRUSTEE(S) ❑ GUARDIAN/CONSERVATOR El OTHER DATE OF DOCUMENT SIGNER IS REPRESENTING (NAME OF PERSON(S)OR ENTITY(IES)) SIGNER(S)OTHER THAN NAMED ABOVE 01203 0006/736843 1 EQG A-24 EXHIBIT "A" SCOPE OF SERVICES/DELIVERABLES Consultant will provide Project Management and Construction Management Services for the Civic Center Project, as follows 1 Initial Project Document Review Griffin Structures will perform an initial document review of all existent project documentation This will include the review of any previous geotechnical analysis, previous site planning efforts, ALTA surveys, hazardous materials surveys, and utility drawings This effort will also include the review of the recent programming efforts completed to date, analyze potential areas for efficiencies and/or enhancements, and formalize this documentation into an initial space planning exercise 2 Preliminary Site Planning After completing an initial project review, Griffin implement and oversee an initial Site Planning effort for the purpose of assessing overall site constraints and capabilities it has been recommended that the City utilize Gensler Architecture firm for this effort as they are the author of the programming document and have an intimate understanding of the site Griffin Structures will manage Gensler' efforts under a direct prime contact with the City 3 Geotechnical Investigation Key to understanding the nature of the site will be the performance of a Geotechnical investigation It will be important to get a better understanding of the geologic constraints the site may have in the preparation of an initial site plan, the scope for which is included below To execute this effort, Griffin is prepared to subcontract with a firm directly 4 Delivery Analysis Based on the information gleaned during the programming and preliminary site planning phases, Griffin will perform and in-depth analysis of various forms of delivery and make recommendations to the City for implementation This analysis will include analysis of Design-Bid-Build, Design-Build, CM at Risk, and Public Private Partnerships 5 Project Schedule Based on the analysis above, and after considering various delivery options, Griffin will then produce a comprehensive project schedule that will include all phases of the project, all necessary procurements, design iterations, approvals, permitting, bidding, and construction This project schedule will then serve as the road map for the remainder of the project and will be updated periodically 6 Project Budget Griffin will then take all the analysis and information described above and produce a Statement of Probable cost for the project This initial budget will include all consultant costs, investigations, inspections, management, construction costs, FF&E, electronics and networking, utility costs, City staff costs, and contingency 01203 0006/736843 1 EQG B-1 A-25 Consultant shall complete other tasks deemed necessary for the accomplishment of a complete and comprehensive outcome as described in the project objective Consultant shall expand on the above-noted tasks, where appropriate, and provide suggestions which might lead to efficiencies and enhance the results or usefulness of the work [Continued on next page] 01203 0006/736843 1 EQG B-2 A-26 GRIFFIN STRUCTURES GRIFFIN STRUCTURES FEE PROPOSAL RANCHO PALOS VERDES CIVIC CENTER PROJECT - PHASE 1 CITY OF RANCHO PALOS VERDES 02/04/2022 Griffin Structures'Fee Proposal is based on all reasonable costs necessary to perform Project Management for Phase 1 services on the City of Rancho Palos Verdes Civic Center project. For these requisite services Griffin Structures proposes the following Not-to-Exceed Fee: Project and Construction Management: $ 83,325 Geotechnical Investigation: $ 61,204 Reimbursable Expenses: $ 3,500 Grand Total $ 148,029 This proposal is offered as a Time& Materials, Not to Exceed fee.As such, all work will be performed on an as- needed basis and not limited to any specific scope item or work effort.All costs will be billed based on actual time spent.Any unused savings will be returned to the City or reallocated for another use as it deems appropriate. All proposed hourly rates are fully burdened and include overhead profit,taxes,and benefits.The hours identified for each individual employee and task are estimates only and are not to be construed as not to exceed hours for any individual task, phase, or time period. We reserve the right to reallocate hours between staff members, subconsultants,and tasks,in consultation with the City,to accomplish the overall objectives and requirements of the project.Any reallocations of funds will be performed in close coordination with the City to provide best value to the project. Services are based on the attached Fee Proposal and Resource Allocation Schedule, which provides detail on the allocation of hours for services as they occur over time. Any extension of the schedule may result in additional fee, in good faith negotiation with the City. SCOPE OF SERVICES Based on discussions with City staff, this proposal (herein referred to as Phase 1) is limited to only those activities deemed necessary for the City to make informed decisions for the future of the project. To that end, the scope of this proposal includes the following efforts: 1. Initial Project Document Review:Griffin Structures will perform an initial document review of all existent project documentation.This will include the review of any previous geotechnical analysis, previous site planning efforts,ALTA surveys,hazardous materials surveys,and utility drawings.This effort will also include the review of the recent programming efforts completed to date,analyze potential areas for efficiencies and/or enhancements,and formalize this documentation into an initial space planning exercise. 2 Technology Drive.Suite 150 U Irvine.CA 92618 U 949.497.9000 U griffinstructu s. �j 2. Preliminary Site Planning:After completing an initial project review,Griffin implement and oversee an initial Site Planning effort for the purpose of assessing overall site constraints and capabilities.It has been recommended that the City utilize Gensler Architecture firm for this effort as they are the author of the programming document and have an intimate understanding of the site. Depending on the preferences of the City,Griffin Structures is prepared to subcontract with Gensler for this purpose or manage their efforts under a direct prime contact with the City. 3. Geotechnical Investigation: Key to understanding the nature of the site will be the performance of a Geotechnical investigation. It will be important to get a better understanding of the geologic constraints the site may have in the preparation of an initial site plan,the scope for which is included below.To execute this effort,Griffin is prepared to manage a geoteclunical firm under direct contract with the City,or to subcontract with a firm directly. 4. Delivery Analysis:Based on the information gleaned during the programming and preliminary site planning phases,Griffin will perform and in-depth analysis of various forms of delivery and make recommendations to the City for implementation.This analysis will include analysis of Design-Bid- Build,Design-Build,CM at Risk,and Public Private Partnerships. 5. Project Schedule: Based on the analysis above,and after considering various delivery options,Griffin will then produce a comprehensive project schedule that will include all phases of the project,all necessary procurements,design iterations,approvals,permitting,bidding,and construction.This project schedule will then serve as the road map for the remainder of the project and will be updated periodically. 6. Project Budget: Griffin will then take all the analysis and information described above and produce a Statement of Probable cost for the project.This initial budget will include all consultant costs, investigations, inspections,management,construction costs,FF&E,electronics and networking,utility costs,City staff costs,and contingency. APPROACH TO STAFFING AND PROJECT TEAM To bring the highest level of efficiency and value to the City,Griffin Structures has assembled following team in accordance with the scope of work discussed with the City and described above: Roger Toarriero will service as Principal in Charge for the duration of the project and will provide guidance to the project based on his extensive experience in real estate development and the assembly of complex deal structures. For this level of effort,we have allocated a total of 24 hours of Roger's time. Jon Hughes will serve as the Project Executive for the duration of the project and will provide as-needed leadership to the team to ensure a successful delivery.Key to the success of the project will be Jon's experience in complex Civic Center projects,delivery analysis,project budgeting and scheduling support.For this level of service,we have allocated a total of 60 hours of Jon's time. Robert Godfrey 16 11 serve as the Sr. Project&Construction Manager for the duration of the project. Robert will bring leadership to the team,establish all construction management protocols,maintain all communications,and will serve as the primary point of contact for the project team.For this level of service,we have allocated a total of 155 hours of Robert's time. Dustin Alamo will serve as the Pre-Design Manager for this project,bringing his considerable experience in space planning,programming,and cost analysis to perform a peer review of the programming and site planning efforts to date. For this level of service,we have allocated a total of 80 hours of Dustin's time. Jay Helekar and Ryan Craven will provide cost estimates for the development of a comprehensive statement of probable cost for the project based on programming and site planning performed by the project team.For this Page 2 of 3 A-28 level of service,we have allocated a total 100 hours of estimating time. Leighton Group will perform the necessary investigation,exploration,borings,and required research to produce a Geotechnical report for the site which will inform the establishment of the preliminary site plan and the future design of the Civic Center as a whole.For this level of service,we have included a fixed fee of$64,464. QUALIFICATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS 1. Hourly rates are valid through December 2022 and will escalate by CPI annually thereafter. 2. Costs for all permits required for the project are excluded. It is assumed that the City will pay for all permitting fees, assessments, easements, school fees, and other agency or governmental fees or costs to support the design and construction the project. We have not included any permit related fees within our fee proposal. Permits will be pulled by others. 3. At no cost to the Owner, and subject to Internal Revenue Code 179D, (Deduction for Energy Efficient Commercial Buildings) Owner agrees to allocate any applicable tax deductions to construction manager (Griffin Structures)as may be relevant to`public entity'projects. 4. Costs for surveying, construction staking, environmental and hazardous materials surveys, and all environmental and hazardous materials transportation and remediation costs are excluded 5. Independent or third-party testing and inspection companies such as hazardous materials investigation, waterproofing,peer reviews,LEED,or other specialized third-party oversight services other than those listed herein are excluded. 6. Construction Cost Estimates, when provided, are based on standard industry practice, professional experience, and knowledge of market conditions. Griffin has no control over material and labor costs, contractor's methods of establishing prices or the market and bidding conditions at the time of bid. Therefore,Griffin does not guarantee that bids received will not vary from the cost estimate provided and Griffin is not liable for any costs, liabilities, or damages incurred by City arising from Griffin's opinion of cost, the actual project cost to City,delays caused by events outside the control of Griffin,or any labor or material cost increases. 7. Griffin is not responsible for, and City will hold Griffin harmless from, any schedule delays and/or any losses,damages,or liabilities resulting therefrom that are caused by(1)events or conditions that are outside of Griffin's control or(2)the acts or omissions of parties for whom Griffin is not legally liable (collectively, "Non-Consultant Delays"). The schedule for completion will be extended for any Non-Consultant Delays. If Griffin incurs additional costs or expenses due to Non-Consultant Delays,then Griffin's fee compensation will be equitably adjusted to cover such additional costs or expenses. Page 3 of 3 A-29 hliil. City of Rancho Palos Verdes Civic Center Project:Phase 1 Fee Proposal PRINCIPAL IN SR PROJECT 8 PRE4)ESIGN CHARGE PROJECT EXECUTIVE CONSTRUCTION MANAGER ESTIMATING Mon No. PROJECT PHASE MANAGER Roger Tornero Jon Hogtme Robert Gooney Malin Alamo ley Heleka 5275/lw. $220/11‘. $195/M. 5185/1w. $185/M. 1 PHASE 01 PROJECT FEASIBILITY ANALYSIS 24 60 186 80 100 1 1 Initial Project Document Review Intl Intl Incl Intl Incl 1 2 Preliminary Ste Planning Management Incl Intl Incl Intl Incl 13 Geotechnical Investigation Intl Intl Intl Intl Intl 1 4 Delivery Analysis Incl Intl Incl Incl Incl 15 Total Project Schedule Incl Intl Incl Incl Intl 16 Estimating Incl Intl Incl Intl Intl 1 7 Total Project Budget Incl Incl Intl Incl Intl 18 Develop Comprehensive Communications Plan Intl Intl Incl Intl Intl Total Hour, 24 60 166 80 100 Subto aN $6.600 $13,200 $30,225 914.800 618.600 PROJECT/CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT TOTAL 983.326 2 SUB-CONSULTANTS 961,204 21 Geotechnical Investigation Leighton Group $61.204 3 REIMBURSABLE COSTS 93,600 32 M.Printing and Office SuPPlles $3,500 GRAND TOTAL $146,029 Orehn Structure, A_30 - - - M GRIFIIN , nu. City of Rancho Palos Verdes Civic Center Project: Phase 1 Resource Allocation Schedule 2022 PROJECT PHASE JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL ADO SEP OCT NOV DEC PHASE 1 SERVICES Advisory Committee 01:Previous Site Plans and Phase 1 Schedule Initial Project Analysis and Start Up MIMI!" Geotechnical Investigation Initial Site Planning Advisory Committee 02:Pre-Design Workshop Site Planning Revisions Delivery Analysis Project Scheduling Project Estimate&Budgeting MEE Advisory Committee 03:Updated Site Plan,Project Schedule.Project Budget Revise and Prepare For City Council Presentation Presentation to City Council Sr,:1111LY SigliFFItAi 110HRS Principal In Charge:Roger Torriero 4 4 4 4 4 4 24 Project Executive:Jon Hughes 10 10 8 8 8 8 8 60 Sr.Program&Construction Manager:Robert Godfrey 10 25 25 25 25 25 20 155 Pre-Design Manager:Dustin Alamo 80 80 Estimating:Ryan Craven 100 100 Principal In Charge:Roger Torriero $ - $ 1,100 $ 1,100 $ 1.100 $ 1,100 $ 1,100 $ 1,100 $ - S - E - S - $ - $ 6,600 Project Executive:Jon Hughes $ - S 2,200 $ 2,200 $ 1,760 $ 1,760 S 1,760 $ 1,760 $ 1,760 S - $ - S - S - $ 13,200 Sr.Program&Construction Manager:Robert Godfrey S - $ 1,950 $ 4,875 $ 4,875 S 4,875 S 4,875 $ 4,875 S 3,900 $ - $ - $ - S - $ 30,225 Pre-Design Manager:Dustin Alamo $ - $ - $ 14.800 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ 14,800 Estimating:Ryan Craven $ - $ - $ - $ - S 18,500 $ -_$ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - S 18,500 $ - $ 5,250 8 22.975 $ 7,735 I$ 26,235 $ 7,735 S 7,735 8 5,660 S - $ - i - $ - S 83,325 Griffin Structures A-31 , . , Leighton Leighton Consulting, Inc. Anniversary A Leighton Group Company February 3, 2022 Proposal No. IR22-037 Griffin Structures, Inc. 2 Technology, Suite 150 Irvine, California 92618 Attention: Mr. Jon Hughes, Executive Vice President Subject: Proposal for Geotechnical Exploration Rancho Palos Verdes Civic Center Project 30940 Hawthorne Boulevard Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275 Leighton Consulting, Inc. is pleased to submit this proposal for performing a geotechnical exploration, for the Rancho Palos Verdes Civic Center project to be located 30940 Hawthorne Boulevard, Rancho Palos Verdes, California. PROJECT DESCRIPTION Our understanding of this project is based on the information provided in the RFP issued by the City of Rancho Palos Verdes for project management services, dated August 18, 2021. The project, currently in the conceptual stage, consists of expansion of the existing City Hall area and with new buildings to accommodate city administration, finance, public works, community development, recreation and parks, shared building support, public counter, council chambers, and other functions. Other proposed facilities at the expanded site will include a Sheriff Substation, Medium Fire Station, Emergency Operations Center, and other facilities. The total site area will be 13.14 acres. PROPOSED BASIC SCOPE OF WORK Our services for this project will be mobilized and managed from our Irvine office. We propose to perform a subsurface exploration, test recovered soil samples at our in-house geotechnical laboratory, perform site-specific geotechnical and geologic analyses, and prepare a report of our geotechnical findings, conclusions and recommendations; as described in the following subsections. 17781 Cowan,Irvine,CA 92614 T: 949 2n 1,12i www leightongroup corn A_32 RPV Civic Center 1R22-037 Subsurface Exploration and Sampling Our subsurface exploration consists of seven hollow-stem auger borings (approximately 8 inches in diameter) and two large-diameter bucket-auger borings (approximately 28 inches in diameter). The hollow-stem auger borings are anticipated to be advanced to depths between 20 and 80 feet below existing ground surface, and the bucket-auger borings are anticipated to be advanced up to 100 feet. The actual depths of the borings may be less than anticipated due to drilling refusal. We assume we will have unhindered access to this site to perform our field exploration. For the purposes of this proposal, we assume that you will provide us with legal access to this site for our fieldwork. We assume that the borings will be excavated within the city-controlled property, such that no permits will be required. Before we begin fieldwork, we will mark proposed boring locations and notify you and Underground Service Alert (USA), so that known public or private underground utilities can be identified. We will also rely on as-built utility plans from the City's maintenance/facilities for our review in advance of exploration. We are not responsible for damage to any unidentified utilities. We anticipate our subsurface exploration can be performed within three to four consecutive days. We will advance the borings to the planned target depths as mentioned above, or to refusal, whichever is deepest. A truck-mounted drill rig will excavate the hollow-stem auger borings. Each boring will be logged by a member of our technical staff under direction of a Geotechnical Engineer (GE) or Certified Engineering Geologist (CEG). Representative soil samples will be collected and transported to our in-house Irvine laboratory for geotechnical testing. Driven soil samples will be collected using a standard penetration test (SPT) sampler and a modified California sampler. A hammer weighing 140 pounds and falling 30 inches will drive the samplers a total of 18 inches, if possible. The number of blows to drive the samplers for each 6-inch increment will be recorded. Soil samples from the modified California sampler will be retained in 1-inch-high brass rings. Bulk soil samples will be collected directly from the flight of the augers or excavation spoils. The bucket-auger borings will 'also be excavated using a truck- mounted drill rig. We will down-hole log the bucket-auger borings. The boreholes will be backfilled with soil from the excavations upon completion and the surface will be patched with cold-patch asphalt, if applicable. Our services exclude replacement of tile, re- paving, re-vegetation and/or landscaping restoration. i Leighton Page A-33 RPV Civic Center 1R22-037 Our proposed scope of work does not include an assessment of this site for the presence of substances that may be considered hazardous. If we encounter material that we suspect may be hazardous, we will discontinue work in the immediate area and notify you. If required, we have available geoenvironmental specialists who can assist you. Upon request, a proposal to address handling of such materials and recommended further action will be submitted. Geotechnical Laboratory Testing Selected soil samples obtained from our borings and trenches will be tested at our in- house Irvine geotechnical laboratory in general accordance with applicable ASTM standards. We expect that in-place moisture and density, wash sieve, direct shear, consolidation, expansion index (El), Atterberg Limits, and corrosivity (pH, chloride, sulfate, and resistivity will be performed. Unused samples remaining after completion of geotechnical laboratory testing will be stored in our laboratory for at least 30 days after sampling. Geotechnical Analyses and Report Preparation We will review all available site-specific geotechnical reports, Alquist-Priolo maps, seismic hazard maps, and other literature and historic aerial photographs available from our in- house library or in the public domain. Our report will be signed and stamped by a California Geotechnical Engineer (GE) and Certified Engineering Geologist (CEG). In this report, we will document our geotechnical findings, conclusions and recommendations for the proposed building, and specifically address the following: Geologic Hazards: We will discuss potential geologic hazards at this site, including potential for surface fault rupture, ground shaking, liquefaction, lateral spreading, slope stability, and differential seismic settlement at the site using available data. Seismicity: We will provide a regional fault map showing the proximity of this site to major faults identified by the California Geological Survey within a 100-kilometer radius of the site. We will also provide site-specific seismic coefficients in accordance with ASCE 7-16 and the 2019 California Building Code (CBC). We assumed a Site-Specific Ground Motion Hazard Analysis is not required for the proposed buildings and that Exception 2 of ASCE 7-16, Section 11.4.8, will be the design approach by the structural engineer. Please confirm this with your structural i Leig hton Page 3 A-34 RPV Civic Center 1R22-037 engineer. This proposal will need to be revised to include a Site-Specific Ground Motion Hazard Analysis if the analysis is required. Grading and Earthwork: We will present earthwork criteria, including recommendations for new footing subgrade preparation, recommendations for removal of unsuitable soil or fill, utility trench backfill, surface drainage, and landscaping considerations, as necessary. Recommendations for import soil engineering and compaction criteria will also be provided. Foundations: Utilizing data collected during our exploration, we will recommend allowable vertical and lateral bearing pressures for use in designing new spread- footing foundations. We will also provide foundation design criteria including recommendations for minimum size, embedment depth, allowable vertical and lateral capacities, and expected total and differential settlements. Slabs-On-Grade: We will present concrete slab-on-grade design criteria, including recommendations for subgrade preparation, moisture vapor mitigation and if necessary, non-expansive fill. Temporary Excavations: Utilizing the data collected during our exploration, we will present temporary excavation guidelines (construction site safety is the responsibility of the contractor). SCHEDULE Leighton Consulting, Inc. will begin scheduling field equipment and personnel for our geotechnical exploration immediately upon receipt of your written authorization to proceed. About five to ten working days will be required to schedule personnel and equipment, and to obtain USA and City utility clearance prior to drilling (additional delay may occur during holidays). Additional delay may occur due to site access constraints and/or weather. Geotechnical laboratory testing, analysis and report preparation will require 15 to 20 working days after the subsurface exploration is completed. Upon request, project updates can be provided as our data is developed. FEES AND TERMS Leighton Consulting, Inc. will provide the proposed scope of services on a time-and- materials basis for the not-to-exceed fees listed in the attached Table 1, Fee Estimate. The estimated fee should be considered a rough-order-of-magnitude estimate due to the conceptual nature of the project. Leighton Page A-35 RPV Civic Center 1R22-037 We assume this project is subject to California Prevailing Wage Law. If this project is not subject to prevailing wages, our field exploration fees will be reduced significantly. Our fee is based on the assumption that our borings can be excavated during normal weekday daylight-hours, without any site stand-by or delay. Any authorized work beyond the proposed scope of services will be charged in accordance with the attached 2021 Professional Fee Schedule. This proposal excludes geotechnical and/or materials testing during construction. Terms and Conditions We understand that this work will be authorized under a standard professional services agreement. If you wish us to proceed, please send us your agreement to review and sign. If you prefer, we can also generate a Scope of Work Agreement. CLOSURE We appreciate the opportunity to be of service. If you have any questions or information that would update our scope of work, please call us at your convenience at LEIGHTON, directly at the extensions and/or e-mail addresses listed below. Respectfully submitted, LEIGHTON CONSULTING, INC. Edward Che, PE, GE Principal Engineer Extension 4283, eche@leightongroup.com EC/Ir Attachments: Table 1, Fee Estimate 2021 Professional Fee Schedule Distribution: (1) addressee f Leighton Pages A-36 Tablel -Fee Estimate Griffin Structures- RPV Civic Center Subsurface Exploration Proposal#IR22-037 TASK DESCRIPTION RATE UNITS COST Mark Exploration Locations and Notify Digalert Project Geologist $175.00 /hour 6 $1,050.00 SUBTOTAL $1,050.00 Subsurface Exploration Labor Senior Staff Engineer $152.00 /hour 56 $8,512.00 Associate $212.00 /hour 12 $2,544.00 Principal $230.00 /hour 3 $690.00 Subcontractors JET Drilling Hollow-Stem Auger,7 locations,20 to 80 feet deep $380.00 /hour 24 $9,120.00 Tri-Valley Drilling Services Bucket Auger,2 locations,100 feet deep $400.00 /hour 32 $12,800.00 Mark-up 15% $3,288.00 SUBTOTAL $36,954.00 Geotechnical Laboratory Testing Moisture&density(ASTM D2937)ring samples $30.00 /each 35 $1,050.00 Atterberg limits(ASTM D4318)3 points $150.00 /each 6 $900.00 Particle size -Sieve+hydrometer(53-sieve,ASTM D6913+D7928) $185.00 /each 3 $555.00 Modified Proctor compaction 4 inch mold(Methods A&B ASTM D1557) $220.00 /each 2 $440.00 Corrosion suite:minimum resistivity,sulfate,chloride.pH(CTM 643) $265.00 /each 3 $795.00 Direct shear(ASTM D3080,mod.,3 points) consolidated undrained-0.05 inch/min(CU) $285.00 /each 6 $1,710.00 Remolding or hand trimming of specimens(3 points) $90.00 /each 1 $90.00 Consolidation(ASTM D2435) $195.00 /each 3 $585.00 Expansion Index(El,ASTM D4829) $130.00 /each 3 $390.00 SUBTOTAL $6,515.00 Engineering Evaluation and Report Project Administrator/Word Processor $74.00 /hour 4 $296.00 CAD Operator $113.00 /hour 6 $678.00 Senior Staff Engineer $152.00 /hour 15 $2,280.00 Senior Staff Geologist $152.00 /hour 15 $2,280.00 Project Geologist $175.00 /hour 8 $1,400.00 Associate $212.00 /hour 4 $848.00 Principal $230.00 /hour 4 $920.00 SUBTOTAL $8,702.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED COST $ 53,221.00 Griffin Mark Up: 15% Total: $61,204 A-37 / / Leighton 2021 PROFESSIONAL FEE SCHEDULE 60'Anniversary LABOR RATES CLASSIFICATION $/HR CLASSIFICATION $/HR Technician I 81 Project Administrator/Word Processor/Dispatcher 74 Technician II/Special Inspector 90 Information Specialist 99 Senior Technician/Senior Special Inspector 106 CAD Operator 117 Prevailing Wage(field soils/materials tester)* 138 GIS Specialist 126 Prevailing Wage(Special Inspector)' 142 GIS Analyst 149 Prevailing Wage(Source Inspector.NDT and soil remediation O&M)* 145 Staff Engineer/Geologist/Scientist 138 System Operation&Maintenance(O&M)Specialist 135 Senior Staff Engineer/Geologist/Scientist/ASMR 152 Non Destructive Testing(NDT) 142 Operations/Laboratory Manager 167 Deputy Inspector 106 Project Engineer/Geologist/Scientist 175 Field/Laboratory Supervisor 135 Senior Project Engineer/Geologist/Scientist/SMR 193 Source Inspector 122 Associate 212 City of Los Angeles Deputy Building(including Grading)Inspector 144 Principal 230 'See Prevailing Wages in Terms and Conditions Senior Principal 266 GEOTECHNICAL LABORATORY TESTING METHOD $/TEST METHOD $/TEST CLASSIFICATION & INDEX PROPERTIES COMPACTION & PAVEMENT SUBGRADE TESTS Photograph of sample 10 Standard Proctor compaction.4 points(ASTM D698) Moisture content(ASTM D2216) 20 - 4 inch diameter mold(Methods A&B) 160 Moisture&density(ASTM D2937)ring samples 30 - 6 inch diameter mold(Method C) 215 Moisture&density(ASTM 02937)Shelby tube or cutting 40 Modified Proctor compaction 4 points(ASTM D1557): Atterberg limits 3 points(ASTM D4318): 150 - 4 inch diameter mold Methods A&B 220 - Single point,non-plastic 85 - 6 inch diameter mold Method C 245 - Atterberg limits(organic ASTM D2487/D4318) 180 Check point(per point) 65 - Visual classification as non-plastic(ASTM D2488) 10 Relative compaction of untreated/treated soils/aggregates(CTM 216) 250 Particle size: Relative density 0.1 ft mold(ASTM D4253,D4254) 235 - Sieve only 11/2 inch to#200(AASHTO T27/ASTMC136/ASTMD6913/CTM202)...135 California Bearing Ratio(ASTM D1883) - Large sieve 6 inch to#200(AASHTO T27/ASTM C136/ASTM D6913/CTM 202)...175 - 3 point 500 - Hydrometer only(ASTM D7928) 110 - 1 point 185 - Sieve+hydrometer 53 inch sieve,(ASTM 7928) 185 R-Value untreated soils/aggregates(AASHTO T190/ASTM D2844/CTM 301) 310 - Percent passing#200 sieve,wash only(ASTM D1140) 70 R-Value lime or cement treated soils/aggregates(AASHTO T190/ASTM Specific gravity and absorption of fine aggregate D2844/CTM 301) 340 (AASHTO T84/ASTM C128/ASTM D854/CTM 207) 130 SOIL CHEMISTRY&CORROSIVITY Specific gravity and absorption of coarse aggregate pH Method A(ASTM 04972 or CTM 643) 45 (AASHTO T85/ASTM C127/CTM 206) 100 Electrical resistivity—single point—as received moisture 45 Total porosity on Shelby tube sample(calculated) 165 Minimum resistivity 3 moisture content points(ASTM G187/CTM 643) 90 - Total porosity-on other sample(calculated) 155 pH+minimum resistivity(CTM 643) 130 Shrinkage limits wax method(ASTM D4943) 126 Sulfate content-gravimetric(CTM 417 B Part 2) 70 Pinhole dispersion(ASTM 04647) 210 Sulfate contentre -abyc ion chromatograph(CTM 417 Part 2) 80 Dispersive characteristics(double hydrometer ASTM D4221) 90 Sulfate screen(Hno) 30 As-received moisture&density(chunk/carved samples) 60 Chloride content(AASHTO T291/CTM 422) 70 Sand Equivalent(AASHTO T176/ASTM 02419/CTM 217) 105 Chloride content—by ion chromatograph(AASHTO T291/CTM 422) 80 SHEAR STRENGTH Corrosion suite:minimum resistivity.sulfate.chloride.pH(CTM 643) 265 Pocket penetrometer 15 Organic matter content(ASTM D2974) 65 Direct shear(ASTM D3080,mod.,3 points): CONSOLIDATION& EXPANSION/SWELL TESTS Consolidated undrained-0.05 inch/min(CU) 285 Consolidation(ASTM 02435) 195 Consolidated drained-<0.05 inch/min(CD) 345 Each additional time curve 45 Residual shear EM 1110-2-1906-IXA(price per each additional pass after shear)....50 Each additional load/unload w/o time reading 40 Remolding or hand trimming of specimens(3 points) 90 Expansion Index(ASTM 04829) 130 Oriented or block hand trimming(per hour) 65 Single load swell/collapse-Method B(ASTMD4546-B.seat,load&inundate only)....105 Single point shear 105 Swell collapse Method A up to 10 load/unloads w/o time curves Torsional shear(ASTM D6467/ASTM D7608) 820 (ASTM 04546-A) /� Q 290 Fee/2021-X www.leightongroup.com A-38 Page 1 of 4 //: Leighton FEE SCHEDULE METHOD $/TEST METHOD $/TEST TRIAXIAL TESTS HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY TESTS Unconfined compression strength of cohesive soil(with stress/strain plot, Triaxial permeability in flexible-wall permeameter with backpressure ASTM D2166) 135 saturation at one effective stress Unconsolidated undrained triaxial compression test on cohesive soils (EPA 9100/ASTM D5084,falling head Method C)' 310 (UU.ASTM D2850,USACE Q test per confining stress) 170 Each additional effective stress 120 Consolidated undrained triaxial compression test for cohesive soils, Hand trimming of soil samples for horizontal K 60 (CU,ASTM D4767,USACE R-bar test)with back pressure saturation&pore Remolding of test specimens 65 water pressure measurement(per confining stress) 375 Permeability of granular soils(ASTM D2434) 135 Consolidated drained triaxial compression test(CD,USACE S),with volume Soil suction(filter paper method,ASTM D5298) 400 change measurement. Price per soil type below EM 1110-2-1906(X): SOIL-CEMENT Sand or silty sand soils(per confining stress) 375 Moisture-density curve for soil-cement mixtures(ASTM D558) 240 Silt or clayey sand soils(per confining stress) 500 Wet-dry durability of soil-cement mixtures(ASTM D559)' 1,205 Clay soils(per confining stress) 705 Compressive strength of molded soil-cement cylinder(ASTM D1633)' 60 Three-stage triaxial(sand or silty sand soils) 655 Soil-cement remolded specimen(for shear strength,consolidation,etc.)' 235 Three-stage triaxial(silt or clayey sand soils) 875 Three-stage triaxial(clay soils) 1,235 'Compaction(ASTM D558 maximum density)should also be performed-not included Remolding of test specimens 65 in above price CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS LABORATORY TESTING METHOD $/TEST METHOD $/TEST CONCRETE STRENGTH CHARACTERISTICS AGGREGATE PROPERTIES Concrete cylinders compression(ASTM C39)(6"x 12"and 4"x 8") 35 Bulk density and voids in aggregates(AASHTO T19/ASTM C29/CTM 212) 50 Compression,concrete or masonry cores(testing only):56 inch(ASTM C42) 40 Organic impurities in fine aggregate sand(AASHTO T21/ASTM C40/CTM 213)....60 Trimming concrete cores(per core) 20 LA Rattler-smaller coarse aggregate<1.5"(AASHTO T96/ASTM C131/CTM 211)...200 Flexural strength of concrete(simple beam-3rd pt loading,ASTM C78/CTM 523) 85 LA Rattler-larger coarse aggregate 1-3"(AASHTO T96/ASTM C535/CTM 211)....250 Flexural strength of concrete(simple beam-center pt loading,ASTM C293/CTM 523) 85 Apparent specific gravity of fine aggregate(AASHTO T84/ASTM C128/CTM 208)...130 Non shrink grout cubes(2 inch,ASTM C109/C1107) 25 Specific gravity and absorption of coarse aggregate(ASTM C127/CTM 206) Drying shrinkage-four readings,up to 90 days,3 bars(ASTM C157) 400 >#4 retained 100 Length of concrete cores(CTM 531) 40 Clay lumps.friable particles(AASHTOT112/ASTM C142) 175 HOT MIX ASPHALT(HMA) Durability Index(AASHTO T210/ASTM D3744/CTM 229) 200 Moisture content of aggregates by oven drying Resistance of compacted HMA to moisture-induced damage (AASHTO T255/ASTM C566/CTM 226) 40 (AASHTO T283/CTM 371) 2,100 Uncompacted void content of fine aggregate Hamburg Wheel,4 briquettes(modified)(AASHTO T324) 900 (AASHTO T304/ASTM C1252/CTM 234) 130 Superpave gyratory compaction(AASHTO T312/ASTM D6925) 350 Percent of crushed particles(AASHTO T335/ASTM D5821/CTM 205) 135 Extraction by ignition oven,percent asphalt Flat&elongated particles in coarse aggregate(ASTM D4791/CTM 235) 215 (AASHTO T308/ASTM D6307/CTM 382) 150 Cleanness value of coarse aggregate(CTM 227) 210 Ignition oven correction/correlation values Soundness,magnesium(AASHTO T104/ASTM C88/CTM 214) 225 (AASHTO T308/ASTM D6307/CTM 382) 1,350 Soundness.sodium(AASHTO T104/ASTM C88/CTM 214) 650 Extraction by centrifuge.percent asphalt(ASTM D2172) 150 Gradation of extracted aggregate(AASHTO T30/ASTM D5444/CTM 202) 135 MASONRY Stabilometer,S-Value(ASTM D1560/CTM 366) 265 Mortar cylinders 2"x 4"(ASTM C780) 30 Bituminous mixture preparation(AASHTO R30/CTM 304) 80 Grout prisms 3"x 6"(ASTM C1019) 30 Moisture content of HMA(AASHTO T329/ASTM D6037/CTM 370) 60 Masonry cores compression,5.6"diameter-testing only(ASTM C42) 40 Bulk specific gravity of compacted HMA,molded specimen or cores. Masonry core-shear.Title 24-test only 80 uncoated(AASHTO T166/ASTM D2726/CTM 308) 50 Veneer bond strength.cost for each-5 required(ASTM C482) 55 Bulk specific gravity of compacted HMA,molded specimen or cores, CMU compression to size 8"x 8"x 16"-3 required(ASTM C140) 55 paraffin-coated(AASHTO T275/ASTM D1188/CTM 308) 55 CMU moisture content,absorption&unit weight-6 required(ASTM C140) 50 Maximum density-Hveem(CTM 308) 200 CMU linear drying shrinkage(ASTM C426) 175 Theoretical maximum density and specific gravity of HMA(AASHTQ T209/ CMU grouted prisms compression test 58"x 8"x 16"(ASTM C1314) 200 ASTM D2041/CTM 309) 130 CMU grouted prisms compression test>8"x 8"x 16"(ASTM C1314) 250 Thickness or height of compacted bituminous paving mixture specimens BEARING PADS/PLATES AND JOINT SEAL (ASTM D3549) 40 Elastomeric bearing pads(Caitrans SS 51-3) 990 Wet track abrasion of slurry seal(ASTM D3910) 150 Elastomeric bearing pad with hardness and compression tests Rubberized asphalt(add to above rates) +25% (Caltrans SS 51-3) 1.230 BRICK Type A Joint Seals(Caltrans SS 51-2) 1,620 Compression-cost for each,5 required(ASTM C67) 50 Type B Joint Seals(Caltrans SS 51-2) 1,530 Absorption-cost for each.5 required(ASTM C67) 50 Bearing plates(A536) 720 Fee/2021-X www.leightongroup.com A-39Page 2 of 4 Leighton FEE SCHEDULE METHOD $/TEST METHOD $/TEST STREET LIGHTS/SIGNALS Epoxy coated rebar/dowel film thickness(coating)test(ASTMA775/A934) 45 LED Luminaires/Signal Modules/Countdown Pedestrian Signal Face Epoxy coated rebar/dowel continuity(Holiday)test(ASTMA775/A934) 65 Modules(Caltrans RSS 86) 1.300 Epoxy coated rebar flexibility/bend test,up to No.11 (ASTM A775/A934) 45 Prestressing wire.tension(ASTMA416) 175 SPRAY APPLIED FIREPROOFING Sample preparation(cutting) 50 Unit weight(density.ASTM E605) 60 FASTENERS /BOLTS/ RODS REINFORCING STEEL AND PRESTRESSING STRANDS F3125 GR A307,A325 Bolts,tensile test,<—up to 1-1/4"diameter,plain Rebar tensile test,<—up to No. 11 (ASTM A370) 65 (ASTM A370) 65 Rebar tensile test,>_No. 14&over(ASTM A370) 200 F3125 GR A307,A325 Bolts,tensile test,5 up to 1-1/4"diameter, Rebar bend test.up to No. 11 (ASTMA370) 65 galvanized(ASTMA370) 75 Rebar bend test.>—No. 14&over(ASTMA370) 200 A490 Bolts.tensile test,<—up to 1-1/4"diameter,plain(ASTMA370) 65 Resistance butt-welded hoops/bars,tensile test.<—up to No.10(CTM 670)....65 A490 Bolts,tensile test.<—up to 1-1/4"diameter,galvanized(ASTMA370) 75 Resistance butt-welded hoops/bars,tensile test,>No. 11 &over(CTM 670)...85 A593 Bolts.tensile test.<—up to 1-1/4"diameter,stainless steel(ASTMA370) 65 Mechanical rebar splice,tensile test,<—up to No.11 (CTM 670) 65 F1554 Bolts,tensile test.<up to 1-1/4"diameter.plain(ASTMA370) 100 Mechanical rebar splice.slip test.<—up to No. 11 (CTM 670) 40 F1554 Bolts.tensile test.5 up to 1-1/4"diameter,galvanized(ASTM A370)...120 Mechanical rebar splice,tensile test,>—No. 14&over(CTM 670) 200 SAMPLE TRANSPORT Mechanical rebar splice,slip test,>_No. 14&over(CTM 670) 200 Headed rebar splice,tensile test,<_up to No. 11 (CTM 670) 65 Pick-up&delivery(weekdays,per trip,<50 mile radius from Leighton office) ...90 Headed rebar splice,tensile test,>_No. 14&over(CTM 670) 200 EQUIPMENT LIST ITEM $UNIT ITEM $ UNIT 1/4 inch Grab plates 5 each Moisture test kit(excludes labor to perform test,ASTM E1907) 60 test 1/4 inch Tubing(bonded) 0.55 foot Nuclear moisture and density gauge 88 day 1/4 inch Tubing(single) 0.35 foot Pachometer 25 day 3/8 inch Tubing.clear vinyl 0.55 foot Particulate Monitor 125 day 4-Gas meter(RKI Eagle or similar)/GEM 2000 130 day pH/Conductivity/Temperature meter 55 day Air flow meter and purge pump(200 cc/min) 50 day Photo-Ionization Detector(PID) 120 day Box of 24 soil drive-sample rings 120 box Pump.Typhoon 2 or 4 stage 50 day Brass sample tubes 10 each QED bladder pump w/QED control box 160 day Caution tape(1000-foot roll) 20 each Quire fee—Phase I only 200 each Combination lock or padlock 11 each Resistivity field meter&pins 50 day Compressed air tank and regulator 50 day Slip/threaded cap.2-inch or 4-inch diameter,PVC Schedule 40 15 each Concrete coring machine(56-inch-dia) 150 day Slope inclinometer 200 day Consumables(gloves.rope,soap.tape,etc.) 35 day Soil sampling T-handle(Encore) 10 day Core sample boxes 11 each Soil sampling tripod 35 day Crack monitor 25 each Stainless steel bailer 40 day Cutoff saws,reciprocating,electric(Sawzall®) 75 day Submersible pump, 10 gpm,high powered Grundfos D-Meter Walking Floor Profiler 100 day 2-inch with controller 160 day Disposable bailers 12 each Submersible pump/transfer pump, 10-25 gpm 50 day Disposable bladders 10 each Support service truck usage(well installation,etc.) 200 day Dissolved oxygen meter 45 day Survey/fence stakes 8 each DOT 55-gallon containment drum with lid 65 drum TedlarO bags 18 each Double-ring infiltrometer 125 day Traffic cones(5525)/barricades(single lane) 50 day Dual-stage interface probe 80 day Turbidity meter 70 day Dynamic Cone Penetrometer 400 day Tyvek®suit(each) 18 each Generator,portable gasoline fueled.3.500 watts 90 day Vapor sampling box 55 day Global Positioning System/Laser Range Finder 80 day Vehicle usage(carrying equipment) 20 hour Hand auger set 90 day VelociCalc 35 day HDPE safety fence(5100 feet) 40 roll Visqueen(20 x 100 feet) 100 roll Horiba U-51 water quality meter 135 day Water level indicator(electronic well sounder)<300 feet deep well 60 day Light tower(towable vertical mast) 150 day ZIPLEVEL® 15 day Magnehelic gauge 15 day Other specialized geotechnical and environmental testing&monitoring Manometer 25 day equipment are available,and priced per site Mileage(IRS Allowable) 0.585 mile Fee/2021-X www.leightongroup.com A-40Page 3 of 4 /,' Leighton FEE SCHEDULE TERMS AND CONDITIONS Expiration: This fee schedule is effective through project-specific parking charges, shipping, December 31, 2021 after which remaining work reproduction, and other reimbursable expenses will be billed at then-current rates. will be invoiced at cost plus 20%, unless billed Proposal Expiration: Proposals are valid for at directly to and paid by client. least 30 days, subject to change after 30 days; Invoicing: Invoices are rendered monthly, unless otherwise stated in an attached proposal. payable upon receipt in United States dollars. A Prevailing Wages: Our fees for prevailing wage service charge of 1%-percent per month will be charged for late payment. work are based upon California prevailing wage laws and wage determinations. Unless specifically Client Disclosures: Client agrees to provide indicated in our proposal, costs for apprentice all information in Client's possession about are not included. If we are required to have an actual or possible presence of buried utilities and apprentice on your project, additional fees will be hazardous materials on the project site, prior to charged. fieldwork, and agrees to reimburse Leighton for all costs related to unanticipated discovery of Overtime: Standard overtime rate is per utilities and/or hazardous materials. Client is also California Labor Law and is billed at 1.5 or 2 times responsible for providing safe and legal access to their hourly billing rate. Overtime rate for non- the project site for all Leighton field personnel. exempt field personnel working on a Leighton observed holiday is billed at 2 times their hourly Earth Material Samples: Quoted testing unit billing rate. Overtime rate for Prevailing wage rates are for soil and/or rock (earth) samples work is per the California Department of Industrial free of hazardous materials. Additional costs will Relations (DIR) determination and is multiplied at accrue beyond these standard testing unit rates 1.5 to 2 times their hourly billing rate for overtime for handling, testing and/or disposing of soil and/or and double-time, respectively. rock containing hazardous materials. Hazardous materials will be returned to the site or the site Expert Witness Time: Expert witness deposition owner's designated representative at additional and testimony will be charged at 2 times hourly cost not included in listed unit rates. Standard rates listed on the previous pages. with a minimum turn-around time for geotechnical-laboratory test charge of four hours per day. results is 10 working days. Samples will be stored Minimum Field Hourly Charges: For Field for 2 months, after which they will be discarded. Technicians, Special Inspectors or any on-site Prior documented notification is required if (field) materials testing services: samples need to be stored for a longer time. A 4 hours:4-hour minimum charge up to the first monthly storage fee of $10 per bag and $5 per four hours of work sleeve or tube will be applied. Quoted unit rates are only for earth materials sampled in the United 8 hours:8-hour minimum charge for over four States. There may be additional cost for handling hours of work, up to eight hours. imported samples. Project time accrued includes portal to portal Construction Material Samples: After all travel time. designated 28-day breaks for a given sample Insurance & Limitation of Liability: These rates set meet specified compressive or other client- are predicated on standard insurance coverage designated strength, all "hold" cylinders or and a limit of Leighton's liability equal to our total specimens will be automatically disposed of, fees for a given project. unless specified in writing prior to the 28-day break. All other construction materials will be Outside Direct Costs: Heavy equipment, disposed of after completion of testing and subcontractor fees and expenses, project- reporting. specific permits and/or licenses, project-specific supplemental insurance, travel, subsistence, Fee12021-X www.leightongroup.com A-41 page 4 of 4 ---1 PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES rancho Pa os Verc es Civic Center Cit of Rancho Da Verses GRIFFIN y STRUCTURES SEPTEMBER 29,2021 It 111 kill 1 1 r - ,! •."40 '..- ,, ' ^� sr ae -.-.. •k --•-• 11*011iiiimiliiii I I 0 , -'••57.!I.. r.'s....I!....%....*.....,,.; ........ . :, .17. fik„:;.: - - Fi ;Iv - .d .011 • ,•'�f y �Aid,` 4022 • A-42 Why Griffin Structures? 40 + years of public sector 38 + experience city halls featuring council chambers, board rooms, conference rooms, and highly customized spaces 350+ public projects in-and-around Los Angeles county 80 + public safety facilities including Stellar record of completing projects emergency operations centers, under budget and communication and dispatch centers, others & ahead of schedule 75+ public maintenance and corporate 150 + yards Plazas, pavilions, and parks including sustainable and striking open space projects Dedicated team inclusive of outreach Significant financial experience in the advocate form of assessments, cost estimating, Susan Harden, providing community and proposed Financial Advisors outreach for significant civic center who have served several thousand projects, city and county-wide plans municipalities to fund public facilities _. Ta ale of Contents - - • • i ' ` 1. Approach to Scope of Services 1 00 - 2. Organization & Staffing 4 `l I 3. Staff Qualifications & Experience 6 1 t r I ' _I 4. Project Schedule 26 .„11111 ilill 5. Quality Control Plan 27 _ . ` Tr 6. Acceptance of Conditions 28 _ High Desert Government Center "'"MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIppllplmmm • �'+ 11 .'.\ " ail•• // , — j r i = LI_ _Iilivii. 1 •f — Stanton Corporate Yard I 4 lI t i a• m• - -. - : *^ iii ' ' 1 olf..... - . it cirifil: i — t i 1„... ',11 , 1 �, All 1 . , _ l•ul=lamI l 1111111G'�m', I__ __ _ lltirl�lll 4.44:7...r.,,,...,._..."4: 4 _ 1 I'!ty.:._-_ I U yu�' 10y i,orgsol,„ . , ., -___. --, - _ . .... ..a.L .: - . — --A �: County of Orange Civic Center . 4 Police Services of Salinas tom._ .i.r. -- -� _ CONFIDENTIAL California Civil Code §3426.1 (d); California Evidence Code § 1040 and § 1060; California Government Code § 6254 (k); Freedom of Information Act 5 U.S.C. § 552 (b)(4) Do not release without redactions A-44 September 29,2021 GRIFFIN 30940 Hawthorne Blvd.,Rancho Palos Verdes,CA 90275 STRUCTURFS RE:Request for Proposals for Project Management Services for the Rancho Palos Verdes Civic Center Project Dear Mr.Waters and Evaluation Team, The City of Rancho Palos Verdes requires a partner with the management,design and construction expertise,local and public relations knowledge,communications proficiency,and creativity to complete the Civic Center project in a timely and cost-effective manner.We are pleased to be your partner and to encourage creative,innovative,and engaging facilities which will serve as a nexus for your community. Rancho Palos Verdes is a truly captivating,historically vibrant destination with an opportunity to build upon years of planning its civic center and related iconic location.Incorporating a state-of-the-art civic center which houses not only a base of operations for City staff, but provides a 21st century emergency operations center,public maintenance yard,and striking open plaza will be a complex endeavor. Not to mention,the re-envisioning of the various historic elements on site including the Coast Guard bunker and missel silos as well as being cognizant of and planning around the surrounding 60-acre beautiful nature preserve.Our team of handpicked professionals will provide the City a clear path for developing this endeavor while protecting your investments from day one,utilizing our expertise in managing similarly ambitious projects valued over$350 million publicly funded dollars. Griffin Structures offers a well-rounded platform of experience aligned with the many diverse elements contained within the Civic Center's program.The team will be led by long-time Griffin Structures Senior Project Manager and Owner's Representative,Robert Godfrey.As one of our most seasoned public sector experts,we believe Robert Godfrey's shared participation on both the Civic Center and Ladera Linda Community Center and Park will create incredible efficiencies across both projects.These efficiencies will take multiple forms and when coupled with Robert's understanding of the City's process and its procedural requirements,will offer significant value to the City.Our team also includes dedicated Civic Development Expert,Korin Crawford,and our highly credentialed CFO,Mark Hoglund, who are currently leading the Orange Civic Center,Rancho Cordova Civic Center,and Placer County Civic Center projects with support from long-time Griffin partners,Financial Advisor,and Municipal Financial Advisor firms-DTA and Fieldman Rolapp Associates,who are ready,willing,and able to immediately discuss unique revenue opportunities and funding options for the City.Dustin Alamo,Pre-Design Manager and Facilities Master Planning expert is also included along with locally recognized Outreach Advocate,Susan Harden.We also offer the services of nationally recognized specialty firms pertaining to Food Service Design and Move/Relocation Management. To summarize,we offer the following key benefits to the City • A firm with deep"real estate roots",offering unique entitlement,community engagements,financial and development expertise which significantly differentiates Griffin Structures from other firms,and experience leading many of the state's largest building programs. • A team with a dedicated Strategic Services division,offering the ability to engage in programming and master planning efforts,real estate services,cost/schedule development,and much more. • A collaborative,streamlined project delivery process to ultimately reduce your administrative costs and ensure timely delivery. • Unparalleled experience with the public sector civic centers,emergency operations centers and public safety facilities,public maintenance yards,parks,plazas,and open space projects. • Direct engagement which courageously,creatively,and collaboratively ensures accountability for the City,directly supported by our management team. • Outreach advocacy to assist the City in gaining community consensus and public advocacy. Griffin Structures takes great pride in providing both competitive pricing,highly qualified personnel and goes to extraordinary measures to ask,"what is our true value-added proposition to the City of Rancho Palos Verdes?"The answer to this question is our people.We bring a higher caliber of Owner's Representative and Project Manager to our Clients-one that is trained as Architects and Contractors but thinks as an Owner.One that protects your City throughout the design and construction process.This is our differentiator and the meaning behind the Griffin Structures pledge to provide excellence in project delivery. We look forward to serving you, Roger Torriero,President&CEO C:(949)412-9000 I E:rtorriero@griffinholdings.net 1 Technology Drive. B..ildina i S.,ite 829 Irv. A-45 Firm Contact Information Type of Organization 1 Technology Drive Corporation Building i,Suite 829 Irvine,CA 92618 Officers Primary Contact Information Roger Torriero Mark Hoglund Principal-In-Charge,President&CEO COO&CFO Jon Hughes.CCM,DBIA (949)412-9000 (949)497-9000 x203 Executive Vice President& rtorriero@griffinholdings.net mhoglund@griffinstructures.com Project Executive (949)497-9000 x208 Jon Hughes.CCM,DBIA Kelly Boyle jhughes@griffinstructures.com Executive Vice President&Project Executive Vice President Executive (949)497-9000 x202 (949)497-9000 x208 kboyle@griffinstructures.com jhughes@griffinstructures.com Dustin Alamo.CCM,LEED AP,DRE BROKER Vice President of Pre-Construction& Pre-Design Manager (949)497-9000 x263 dalamo@griffinstructures.com Conflict of Interest Griffin Structures has no conflicts of interests to disclose Present Staff+Subconsultants ® Please refer to our organizational chart on page 4 of our proposal Organization Standing Jon W.McClintock,CPA • P.O.Box 15455 Newport Beach,CA 92659 California CPA*67088 e- i have reviewed the balance sheet an income statement cf Griffin Structures,Inc.and I am hereby t�� 4 —~ v confirming the following: l! f ,, e' r ti � . 4 1. Griffin Structures,Inc.had a Profit after Tar Margin of at least 3%for the last two years 12019 t' .. and 2020). _ ,s 2. Griffin Structures,Inc.had a Debt to Equity Ratio lower than 0.6 as of 12/31/20. am- j ' �' >1 3. Griffin Structures,Inc.had a Cash Ratio(Cash and cash equivalents/Current Liabilities)greater f 171:r � than 0.5 as of 12/31/20. Should you have any questions,please do not hesitate to call me at(949)290-2451. ✓�• Sincerely, Jon W.McClintock,CPA A-46 Addendum 1 Acknowledgment • CITY OF RANCHO ('AI OS VERDES RELIC:WORKS DEPAR1 MEN 1 August 31, 2021 ADDENDUM NO. 1 TO THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR RANCHO PALOS VERDES CIVIC CENTER PROJECT REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) The following changes (revisions, additions, and/or deletions) as noted below, are hereby incorporated and made a part of the Project Management Services For Rancho Palos Verdes Civic Center Project request for proposals. Portions of the RFP, not specifically mentioned in the Addendum, remain the same. All trades affected shall be fully advised of these revisions, deletions, and additions. This Addendum forms a part of the request for proposals for the Project Management Services For Rancho Palos Verdes Civic Center Project and modifies the original request for proposals. Each proposer shall be responsible for ascertaining, prior to submitting a proposal, that it has received all issued Addenda and shall ACKNOWLEDGE RECEIPT OF THIS ADDENDUM ON THE PROPOSER'S CERTIFICATION, attached. A proposer's failure to address the requirements of this addendum or failure to acknowledge the receipt of this addendum may result in that proposal being rejected. Note the following changes and/or additions to the Project Management Services For Rancho Palos Verdes Civic Center Project request for proposals. The proposer shall execute the Certification at the end of this addendum and shall attach all pages of this addendum to the proposal. The Mandatory pre-proposal meeting and site tour has been rescheduled from September 1, 2021 at 2pm to September 8, 2021 at 2pm. End of Addendum No. 1 Any questions regarding this Addendum should be directed to Senior Administrative Analyst Matt Waters, at(310) 544-5218 or by email at mattw@rpvca.gov. Matt Waters Senior Administrative Analyst PAGE 1 OF 1 A-47 PROPOSER'S CERTIFICATION I acknowledge receipt of the foregoing Addendum No. 1 and accept all conditions contained therein. to)(- .----------- ropo-Ll's Signature Roger Torriero,Principal-In-Charge, President&Chief Executive Officer 9/29/21 By Date Please sign above and include this signed addendum in the proposal package. Failure to do so may result in that proposal being rejected. PAGE 2 OF 2 A-48 Addendum 2 Acknowledgment iII C I TY OF RANCHO PALOS VERDES Iklit K;VVORKSI)F15v:Ir1:NI September 9, 2021 ADDENDUM NO. 2 TO THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR RANCHO PALOS VERDES CIVIC CENTER PROJECT REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) The following changes (revisions, additions, and/or deletions) as noted below, are hereby incorporated and made a part of the Project Management Services For Rancho Palos Verdes Civic Center Project request for proposals. Portions of the RFP, not specifically mentioned in the Addendum, remain the same. All trades affected shall be fully advised of these revisions, deletions, and additions. This Addendum forms a part of the request for proposals for the Project Management Services For Rancho Palos Verdes Civic Center Project and modifies the original request for proposals. Each proposer shall be responsible for ascertaining, prior to submitting a proposal, that it has received all issued Addenda and shall ACKNOWLEDGE RECEIPT OF THIS ADDENDUM ON THE PROPOSER'S CERTIFICATION. attached. A proposer's failure to address the requirements of this addendum or failure to acknowledge the receipt of this addendum may result in that proposal being rejected. Note the following changes and/or additions to the Project Management Services For Rancho Palos Verdes Civic Center Project request for proposals. The proposer shall execute the • Certification at the end of this addendum and shall attach all pages of this addendum to the proposal. 1) Sign-in sheets from the mandatory pre-proposal meeting and site tour on September 8, 2021 are attached. 2) Follow-up Response to question from 9-8-21 pre-submittal tour regarding whether a sub-contractor could submit a proposal. The question was in reference to RFP section VI-1: "Only one proposal per firm will be considered." Response: While the use of subcontractors is both allowable and expected for a project of this size and scope, each proposal should be comprehensive and must be submitted by a single prime company. End of Addendum No. 2 Any questions regarding this Addendum should be directed to Senior Administrative Analyst Matt Waters, at(310) 544-5218 or by email at mattw@rpvca.gov. Matt Waters Senior Administrative Analyst PAGE 1 OF 1 vl A_49 • PROPOSER'S CERTIFICATION I acknowledge receipt of the foregoing Addendum No. 2 and accept all conditions contained therein. 7 ?r pOs"al's Signature Roger Torriero,Principal-In-Charge, President&Chief Executive Officer By Date 1 Please sign above and include this signed addendum in the proposal package. Failure to do so may result in that proposal being resected. i f.R • .p R P PAGE2OF2 /� vii _QOC;R11 rIK I Y� may. ?^ NW .. M — .--.. _ 1111 • i , '„, ;',:i;';'• - ,s-'-S,A, -.4', ;),1 • - ?, - • i; s . , -. t•_ , . Ala=I , • ! „ Ica r • `. ` r . I . � �` 0 I • wwr r •r..r f '- '--- r rr ... .J t• C odddel ' ,, //1 {• F i �J .,-J, • �..rsworol V I �• - k *; . . :.7k : 0 - ►� -"4 �^' 1 75 ,.�. .r� CD .1.333130 - ,y, • t ,,.; x,_11=,�* 1A.oa .. , , MIN • : , ; II: -. ' cn 4 ;,= :I ., .. i via• „1/4_, ? JI! , ft . Ad-N/rgiffilt. , ."- --- -*',E-4....._ 4:1* - V "Griffin's staff consistent)Yprovided ' — . '1li outstanding professional services and was v instrumental in completing each project _ j ' Irhas ahead of schedule and under budget. Griffin , ' , ,, .always illustrated the desire to complete 'r .. 1 -- . their obs to a very high level of professional �'! standards and have always taken their i i - - ' • t "` fiduciary duties veryseriously." i , .t Y Y I rI 9 ;7•' (!t i' ,t •; k f � , - City of Hesperia - ; �i . , , ! • 4k s r. . �s -. 1 . Approach to Scope of Services The City of Rancho Palos Verdes'Civic Center project is an ambitious,complex endeavor that requires a team with the unique experience necessary to deliver a successful project.Griffin Structures understands that the City has several key considerations and constraints which have impacted this project in the past,requiring a skilled team of specialists.For this reason,we have assembled a team that possesses the unique skill sets to address the unique circumstances associated with this project. Specifically,we have identified the following as crucial to the success of the project. Program Validation The program for this project is complex and multifaceted.To turn the existing program(which we recognize is undergoing an additional review by the City)and conform it into a single master plan will require a team that understands the nuances of programming for each facility type and one that has the recent and relevant experience to help guide the City toward a program that satisfies the needs of the City.Griffin Structures has that expertise and will guide the program validation process accordingly. Site Analysis The key to the success of this project is to evaluate the site,specifically as it pertains to the constraints that are currently in place for the two lots.We recognize that specific DOJ restrictions for the"red" area restrict its use to public safety.We also recognize the diverse set of goals associated with this project and that the current lot lines may not be conducive to the campus.Griffin has extensive experience in real estate and will help the City evaluate the highest and best use of existing properties and wil support the City in any lot line adjustments,land swaps,and zoning redistribution. Financial Analysis+ Supporting Consultants This effort will include financial advisors who are specifically trained and experienced in guiding municipalities in their financial affairs.For that reason,we have teamed with DTA and Fieldman Rolapp to provide the necessary insights and guidance for this project.Together with our program management experience and real estate experience,we believe this team has the experience to assist the City in evaluating its options to arrive at a comprehensive program that brings the highest value. Additionally,we have included Webb Food Service to guide this aspect of the program/design as it A .. relates to a possible caf or food service component as the Master Plan is developed.We also offer the services of Move/Relocation Management firm,John Barry&Associates who will execute the irelocation plan to offer uninterrupted operations as we look towards implementation.. Noir Program and Construction Management `-` While pursuing the items above,it will be essential that the City maintains a single point of contact for the project that serves as a clearinghouse for all decisions and coordination.It will also be critical that 011 ,� _ . this person has an intimate understanding of the City,its policies and procedures,and even insight into other important projects throughout the City,not the least of which is the Ladera Linda Community Center and Park.We believe there is a real and tangible benefit of having the same team serving the City on both projects as we understand there are vital elements envisioned for this project that will be transferred from the existing Ladera Linda Community Center and Park.By having a single point of t contact that is intimately involved in both projects,we believe the City will benefit from economies of scale and continuity within the City's overall capital improvements plan.With these components and an intimate understanding of what it takes to work adjacent to a nature preserve,we are confident the Griffin team has the requisite skills and experience for this project. 1 I GRIFFIN STRUCTURES Q- GR�FuRES Project Process Map Assess Funding Local,State& Project Quality ontential Federal Assurance Plan Compliance I Assess Revenue Local,State& Potential If City Staff& Highest&Best Federal (Service,Tax,Etc.) f CCAC Integration Use of Site Compliance I I •,..,,, f�$1. f', d Surveys: Bid for Construction Delivery Method #r, 1� f Scope&Legal Consultation ''..'t,���r,�4, ' Approval HazMat,Topo,& (Timing Dependent r, i�, y Geotechnical on Project Delivery) / ! \ Comprehensive ilgit Project Delivery Method RFP for A&E Master Plan Construction Kickoff Project Decision Partner Development Design Process Process Occupancy Development Plan .. A . Initiate Outreac' Funding Program CCAC/ CCAC i CCAC/ Campaign --nns,'d,,ratinn� 1Proga �_� Community Community Community Outreach Outreach Outreach Projec Project Project Budget& Schedule Warranty/ lk Partnership Considerations Partnership Partnership Schedule• Training Discussion Integration Integration Management �onfirm Project Budget& RFI&Change 1' ..onfir unities& Risk Schedule Permits& Order �-onstraints Considerations Development nr.n o,als ^Aanagement .ice : Budget& Project Qualityr r , . • Assurance Plan — . ' l.- i Scheduleil I Development "HILAI 00i _ ,: GRIFFIN /A—5 ;< ';, RIF fi T GREAT �.�1nuCrunrs A y .41% .411 a te ,- ` - v;. t 74 r\\\ .-• — IN P n rr ; ,,. Jr • r 4 Value-Adding Strategies, Innovations & Strategic Considerations We have utilized a page from Staff Qualifications to include an additional page for this section. Question:Given that these building and sites have so much flexibility in program and potential use,how will our team ensure the City maximizes its investment and achieves the best outcome for its residents? Answer.Our team has been specifically curated to engage individuals within our organization as well as long-time partner firms to guide the City in this exact issue. From our programming specialists who will review the City's currently refined space requirements and identify opportunities for maximization;to our pre-design specialists who will aid in developing scope for enhanced flexibility from the future partnering A&E team;to our robust financial advisors who will review and test program options to project revenues,costs,debt service strategies,tax opportunities,and more;to our outreach advocates who will engage and listen to your stakeholders and community to integrate their interests into the project;and finally our project management group who will oversee the entire process to ensure the City interests are always protected by providing reliable service,clear communication,and successful implementation. Question:What are the keys to developing and implementing a successful campus program? Answer:When developing and implementing a program of this size and diversity,it will be critical to develop overarching guidelines pertaining to program and project design,followed by the prioritization of projects based on need,funding availability, and to some extent,community interest.These guidelines will act as the benchmark against which we measure progress and goal achievement.Additionally,this prioritization will dictate the initial master schedule-informing all due diligence and design efforts,ultimately providing the framework for the construction plan. Q:How do you implement a successful campus program while maintaining site access and public services? Answer:The construction phasing will be determined to mitigate the impact on City operations and public access by those doing business with the City or utilizing its recreational amenities.The City will want to maintain a"happy campus"where it is clear a project will occur,including the relocation of services and access,navigating the site,and providing reliable access for the Contractor,or Contractor(s),building the facilities.It is important to note that the topography of this site may present access challenges throughout the construction phase,which our team will immediately provide resolutions for. Question:As the City seeks to redevelop this site,what significant challenges may be encountered? Answer:Given our experience with developing similar project sites,the unique history of the civic center site as a World War 11 facility creates unique challenges as it pertains to environmental site assessment.The cost for demolition versus reuse will need to be weighed based upon the levels of mitigation and remediation which may need to be performed.In addition,the desire to reuse the missile silos presents a unique challenge to ensuring public accessibility of these spaces-all tasks for which we have already begun to assess and develop solutions. Question:How will stakeholder engagement inform the planning of the Civic Center? Answer:Stakeholder engagement and consensus building will be paramount for this project.The City of Rancho Palos Verdes has a very involved,informed,and vocal constituency.They will want a Civic Center which represents their City while maintaining its proper context within the community landscape.We are ready to leverage participation in City-sponsored events,social media,web platforms,e-newsletters,and more.We are committed to developing a project which achieves consensus from your community at large. 3 I GRIFFIN STRUCTURES /A- RcFFRN O Q v r-F O� w � Qo _ -h I� I- tib flEVONIMP, tQ y t 111111111151F 11 minmomm _. POLICE RVICE of SAi iN� 05 312 2 EAS1A "Griffin has served as a valuable partner in the both the Police Services Headquarters and El Gabilan Library project, representing a historic event in our City's progress toward a new renaissance era" - City of Salinas 2. Organization & Staffin i ' 10 . Our proposed team shares a long history at successful partnerships and is C:RYOF RA 0 ' comprised of leading Owner's Representatives.Program and Construction `S /. '/ Managers specializing in the development of leading civic centers andN lel 110 administrative complexes,libraries.community centers,public safety • facilities,parks,and recreational centers. '''`' ''*%. `1 �, � �y_�, r r', The project team will he managed by - ' 4 Jon Hughes Mark Hoglund iv Roger Torriero cent DetA OA II CPA • Roger Torriero,Principal-In-Charge,and Project Executive Jon Hughes. providing oversight to; fr. Principal-In-Charge. Ail Project Chief Financial& r President 8 CEO Executive Y' Operating Ofticer 5isk • Project Manager Robert Godfrey,who will manage the entirety of the Griffin StructuresProject Senietteres Griffin Strictures proMct and serve as the single point-of-contact: I ` sow 11 1 • Assistant Project Manager,Eon Jones.to support Robert Godfrey from41% i pre-design to construction completion: i \`� ` e nmary Contact , t} The project team will also be supported by our wealth of internal resources, ( - - r `� ,� ��'? including; .•� Robert Godfrey ' liff • Mark Hoglund,CFO.will share his 40•years as an experienced financial y` CCM '±' r advisor for countless development projects. '� N. Project Manager �� ' I w•>tiII t I Griffin Structures •* • Dustin Alamo,Pre-Design Manager,to support pre-design efforts as we • j� N\ �_ , / • o confirm the site,program,and plan: r` it `, L. I . .. \ lh a ",i A ` • Korin Crawford.Civic Development Expert.offering advice and _ - ' -NI- recommendations ,- recommendations on financing and development approaches.including, • lb Korin Crawford Erin Jones ;Ili' � Dustin Alamo but not limited to P3,Traditional,and Design-Build; .. - i it LEED AP , y CCM,LEED AP,DRE _ Civic Development BROKER Assistant Project • David Taussig,Financial Advisor,to provide financing and funding , Expert Manager Pre-Design Manager analysis,financial modeling,revenue forecastin and public-private Griffin SIntctures / g. pu p /- Griffin Structures Griffin Structures financing options: X •11111 VII `; ii • James V.Fabian.Municipal Financial Advisor offering financing and -- funding analysis.financial modeling.revenue forecasting.and public- James V.Fabian David Taussig Susan Harden 191 Jay Helekar private financing options: Msrte.sec AICD.Series 54 g 50LEED AD LEED AP Municipal Financial •110 Financial Advisor Outreach Advocate Cost Estimator • Susan Harden,Outreach Advocate. .-- - Advisor k '� Fieldman(WarpDTA _ 4' Circ•rpoint N., Griffin Stnrcfures • Jay Helekar.Cost Estimator: i . ./-.--...-...." \ Not only have our proposed Griffin Structures team members worked 41��, ' TAO.+r. collaborativelv to delis-er several 21st-century public facilities throughout 1 e�I`v_ • Webb Food John Barry& their careers.bin the Griffin/development team.as well as Susan Harden, \ I �,t Service Design Associates possess vast experience working with our firm. v (1 , (; i I I' Food E.Beverage Move/Relocation Our proposed Project Manager and key staff will remain assigned to this 11,' `' Consultant Management I project through completion of the Scope of Services. / , ./ 4 AfGRffFlN A-56 Involvement & Availability Griffin Structures tailors its deployment of resources to bring the highest value to the client.Accordingly,each team member is utilized to bring the maximum benefit to the project while also not overburdening the client with excessive fees.By taking this approach we are able to mobilize maximum support when needed,and then reduce that commitment as project circumstances dictate.To that end,below is a summary of our labor deployment percentages by team member. Employee&Title %of Involvement Availability Roger Torriero Located from our corporate headquarters in Irvine,Roger provides 10% PIC, President&CEO leadership to all projects as-needed. Mark Hoglund.cPA COO&CFO As needed Located from our corporate headquarters in Irvine,Mark provides contractual and financial oversight to all projects as-needed. Jon Hug hes,CCM,DBIA Located from our corporate headquarters in Irvine,Jon provides 20% Project Executive leadership to all projects as-needed. Robert Godfrey,Ca', Located from our Irvine office,Robert is currently serving as the 40%-60% lead for the Ladera Linda project and will manage these projects Project Manager simultaneously. Erin Jones,LEEDAP As-needed,100% Located from our Irvine office,Erin Jones will provide support to Assistant Project Manager during construction Robert Godfrey and team. Dustin Alamo,CCM.LEEDAP As-needed,40% Located from our headquarters in Irvine,Dustin will provide during pre-design Pre-Design Manager phase support through the pre-design phase as-needed. Korin Crawford A lead development/Public-Private Partnership expert,Korin will As-needed Civic Development Expert provide support to the project as-needed. DTA Located from Newport Beach,DTA's time will be properly allocated As-needed Financial Advisor to ensure your needs are properly served. Fieldman Rola pp&Associates Located from Irvine,Fieldman Rolapp's time will be properly As-needed Municipal Financial Advisor allocated to ensure your needs are properly served. Susan Harden,LEEDAP Located in Orange County,Susan's time will be properly allocated As-needed Outreach Advocate to ensure your needs are properly served. Jay Helekar,LEEDAP Located from our corporate headquarters in Irvine,Jay's time will As-needed Cost Estimator be properly allocated to ensure your needs are properly served. Webb Food Service Design Located from Anaheim,Webb Food Service Design's time will be As-needed Food&Beverage Consultant properly allocated to ensure your needs are properly served. John Barry&Associates Located from Newport Beach,JBA's time will be properly allocated Move/Relocation Management As needed to ensure your needs are properly served. GRIFFIN 5 I F F IN S 1 R U C T U P E S A-STstRucTIMIS • - - - , ' 1 i \ ,,„ . (f)- P4, ' V -11 0 C CO Fi CO rt - 0 D Vi [ [ 11 M X i 1 (I) --1 F1). D n 1 I" rti sill _ . 4 fP' _ - / "The Griffin Structures team created a _ _ masterful plan. We needed cost effile t buildings. Security is paramount for the , employees and this project is designed . , through technology. The cost savings are -fekis .t , truly tremendous through the efficiency 1 , Ati . , 3• .0 and design." ir-\,,,A1-- . Olt- a • , .....1;:r_ - t_---- . iris ..._.,..._.--i :\T___...., - - County ofDrange - _ - __..... ..., _...,----„,------ 3. Staff Qualifications & Experience Civic CentersAli I Throughout the vast portfolio of our firm,we have delivered multiple leading civic centers for the County of Orange ($346M),County of San Bernardino($260M),City of I /- Watsonville($60M),City of Hesperia($50M),City of Rancho I _ _ t Santa Margarita($20M),and others.These civic centers IIIil4lt 'y::1 l r ill �+ }I; I -' I.i contained not only city halls and council chambers,but also I I I Ilio lunar police and fire departments,emergency operations centers, — , libraries,community centers,and striking open pavilions F '' 2 - •:' ,t°?�Yt' /open space.These projects have earned designations nationally as well as statewide,including designations from _t•r_,- LEED,AIA,APWA,ASCE,CCM,and countless others. -- r it- Given our unique ability to provide early programming and ! ��� strategic services,our team coordinates with our clients ri , --•r , and their neighboring communities early to provide civic or I', • ` centers that capture the unique ambitions of each City,designi - -o1,1 vidt �� ■ I' , preferences,and incorporated amenities while integrating ' a comprehensive outreach campaign.Civic centers are the - {� nexus of the community and must be well designed and 3 .- 4 • constructed to withstand the test of time and allow flexibility portfor the future. ` < • Existing Military Site Considerations , ' Allik,, '•� " We understand the project site currently houses a military It bunker.Our team at Griffin Structures possesses great -/ ,'I' - 1411 experience in mitigating similar circumstances,having "tk, `mal "','2 1 completed the Buena Park Community Center atop a former _,> _ 4 ,, �: bomb shelter,as well as the Great Park Ice,FivePoint Arena, — -- `' '_`""*-• • � and Between the Rinks Restaurant which also stands atop a _ -.. 5 6 - • former military site. - 1 1.County of Orange Civic Center t 4 2. Hesperia Civic Center iyl i1� .'.11 y El I- kJ 3.High Desert Government Center s in 4� IA , .s,.1 �' ., f , I ,-. ` k 4.Watsonville Civic Center - . 1' 5.Rancho Cordova Civic Center 7 8 '� ry� ` 4,-;157.* 6.SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union Headquarters i•- at3 7.West Hollywood City Hall ..rte'' -.,:`',44i ' 8. La Canada Flintridge City Hall / ,,, $.: .7.rt3 4z• - 9. Rancho Mission Viejo Esencia Sports Park - n ::.%7 a •,_,jl iii 10. Lake Forest Sports Park&Recreation Center -1. g, I 9 'T`. 10 _.+. 6 GRIFFIN STRUCTURES A-59(.1,111r. Parks + Pavilions + Open Space ■mr .. -.. - Griffin Structure's open space,pavilion,and park portfolio is ----- - ,� unparalleled.With our project management,development, 11111.-.. ..• .. , .. '`-_ • and early program management team,our team has overseenv. 4,... , ' - • i till ttthe delivery of public sector open space projects directly � " 1' ` aligned with your project program.With registered landscape _ TI -°: . - "ILK.-- '� architects within our ranks,we can offer a wealth of internal i i kit t -•,/ "--, resources unlike our competitors,with a diverse range I I-' �" 1+ ,_'• dor of experience managing unique site considerations(i.e., 11 — 12 hazardous materials sites/former military bases,tight site ,. J" constraints,vocal neighborhoods,adjacent shorelines,and countless others). 11.Marina Community Sailing Center&Park .' . (e iik:'., '1141. .441r1111.--- • . d,' .e. , 12.Quail Hill Community Center s9'te 13. Environmental Nature Center&Preschool ,;--0.,31' 14.Great Park Ice, FivePoint Arena&Between the 13 -s 1 -- 14 Rinks Restaurant SoilimintmoryPublic Safety With over 75+programmed and constructed public safety facilities in our portfolio,Griffin Structures has earned the r reputation as a preferred Owner's Representative,Project, , r7 Program,and Construction Manager for facilities that keep - ' . communities safe.From master planned police headquarters, 4, . �. fire stations,emergency operations centers,training facilities, 16 •:.•_I y to$95M communication centers,our clients run the gamut .Li..;. from the County of San Bernardino,Orange County Fire Authority,City of Salinas,Buena Park,Tustin,Manhattan ,, Beach,Westminster,and several others.We understand public 4 safety,unique design considerations,and can offer a variety of support in determining ideal operations for your City with / - 1 our wealth of internal resources,technical architect partners, .. . 3 multi-disciplinary consultant relationships,and effective I Iii - •i , outreach advocacy. I I! - J i '' i 17 'L`.`- 18 I 15.Tustin Water Administration Building,Corporate Yard &Emergency Operations Center 16.Stanton Corporate Yard 17.Westminster Corporate Yard w , III 18.Visalia Emergency Communications Center '~ ..411111i + f 19. High Desert Public Safety Operations Center `44411, _ ,; 11,'• 20.Westminster Police Department Headquarters 19 20 _....,— 7 1 GRIFFIN STRUCTURES e_gg EIFT! Emergency Operations Centers High Desert Public Safety Operations Center A unique aspect to the vast portfolio of our firm is s - our extensive experience with Emergency Operations It---, Centers,dispatch,and communication facilities and Public • , ..' 1V- Maintenance Yards.These are two project types,and others, . -�` '.' 4 that we provide leadership in the industry.We understand . :. ...' ` •. Emergency Operations Centers that are shared by cities and .r, Public Maintenance Yards which house diverse operations intended to provide nation-leading service to the community. j -1 n Highlights include: ,'- ::J�, ,.� �� e, �_ t I�. . • Inglewood Emergency Operations Center 1 • - R� • , . , 1 --1+r ` ' " s • Tustin Water Administration Building,Corporate Yard& ,, 't."4*yt • Pi r .1 --:•*- Emergency Operations Center . t+ .N - "�" `� r:,,.-JAW*:k. • Westminster Police Department Headquarters • Buena Park Police Department Headquarters — • Hesperia Police Department Buena Park Police Department Headquarters Master Planning Griffin Structures possesses a dedicated in-house master ,, ntri •on _ planning team unlike our competitors.Our teams are D I s -=- •Fr , professionally trained as architects and builders,but think as _ � •e. p owners first.We believe this intimate separation is integral as 1 .• to ensure the City and community's interested are protected '' �� — before our own. , - We have completed hundreds of master plans,studies,and assessments.Highlights include: - • County of Orange,Strategic Facilities Plan&Civic Center • • County of San Bern.,Downtown Campus Master Plan • City of Hesperia,Civic Center • City of Rancho Cordova,Civic Center ,Civic Center Rancho Cordova • Placer County, Civic Center Nature Preserve Experience+ Coordination At Griffin Structures,we possess a deep understanding of tale sensitivities and considerations associated with developing .Will projects within and adjacent to significant nature preserves. .,c.; A We have on several occassions completed similar projects, • xM` �' �E• , ,r; •, .• _ •• ; including the Environmental Nature Center and Preschool. - ' a 'ff^ 300-acre Cornerstone Development in Henderson Nevada, `l"! dli It',, s '' - A' .r Lake Gregory Dam Rehabilitation,and many others.Robert -..1.. ' R'"�' "' :� • �! 4' :1 ,. � i Godfrey,proosed Project Manager,will bringthis experience + to bear for the City to ensure your project is completed on - __ task with special attention paid to your historically rich and vibrant nature preserve. We have utilized a page from Staff Qualifications to include an additional page for this section. 8 I GRIFFIN STRUCTURES A_NIGSTARIUCETFul.Nts :Akh fill Qualifications As our Principal-In-Charge,Roger focuses on the delivery of complex projects for GRIFFIN s1a, the prie public sectors,including civic centerscity hall and administrative complexes,openand space/plazas,and public safetyfacilities including emergency operationvatcenters. As President and CEO,Roger will provide valuable insight to the project team, Roger To r r i e ro ensuring your scheduling and financial expectations are met throughout the Principal-In-Charge, duration of our services. President&CEO Education Representative Experience Master of Architecture, Roger has led all Griffin n projects since the firm's inception Accademia di Belli Arti di Firenze Italia County of Orange Civic Center,CA Rancho Cucamonga Sports Center,CA Bachelor of Architecture, Watsonville Civic Center,CA Great Park Ice,FivePoint Arena& Syracuse University,New York Restaurant,Irvine,CA Hesperia Civic Plaza&High Desert Govt.Center,San Bernardino,CA Lake Forest Sports Park&Rec.Ctr.,CA Certification La Canada Flintridge City Hall,CA Tustin Water Admin..Building, California Contractor License Corporate Yard&EOC,CA #793600,Class B West Hollywood City Hall,CA Santa Clarita Canyon Country Police Services of Salinas,CA Community Center,CA County of San Bernardino,Valley Years of Experience Communication Center,CA 42 Quail Hill Comm.Center,Irvine,CA Vernola Park&Comm.Center,CA Visalia Emergency Comm.Ctr.,CA The Trust for Public Land Parks,CA Westminster Corporate Yard,CA rill Qualifications Chief Financial and Operating Officer for Griffin Structures,Mark has structured many complex real estate deals and transactions,from arrangements with investment partners to nuanced"P3"structures.He has provided extensive expertise,gained through decades of experience in both the private and public sectors. Mark Hoglund As COO/CFO,Mark will provide contractual and financial oversight to the team CPA as-needed. CFO& COO Education Representative Experience Master of Business Mark has provided oversight to all Griffin projects since the firm's inception Administration,Finance,Real Estate and Public Policy,The County of Orange Civic Center,CA Rancho Cucamonga Sports Center,CA Wharton School,University of Pennsylvania Watsonville Civic Center,CA Great Park Ice,FivePoint Arena& Bachelor of Science,McIntire Hesperia Civic Plaza&High Desert Restaurant,Irvine,CA School of Commerce,University Govt.Center,San Bernardino,CA Lake Forest Sports Park&Rec.Ctr.,CA of Virginia La Canada Flintridge City Hall,CA Tustin Water Admin..Building, West Hollywood City Hall,CA Corporate Yard&EOC,CA Certification Santa Clarity Canyon Country Police Services of Salinas,CA Certified Public Accountant Community Center,CA County of San Bernardino,Valley Quail Hill Comm.Center,Irvine,CA Communication Center,CA Years of Experience Vernola Park&Comm.Center,CA Visalia Emergency Comm.Ctr.,CA 40 Westminster Corporate Yard,CA The Trust for Public Land Parks,CA 9 I GRIFFIN STRUCTURES A_FIsCi'RAttJ Qualifications GRIFFIN STF. • - I Jon Hughes'career spans some of the region's most prestigious properties in Southern California.His experience and skills with program and construction management tools and processes have enabled him to deliver winning results on every project.Jon's resume highlights include newly constructed,expanded, or renovated newly constructed,expanded,or renovated civic centers,city hall and administrative complexes,open space/plazas,and public safety facilities a►. including emergency operation centers.Jon's construction management J on Hughes experience includes pre-construction services,bid review,contract negotiations, CCM,DBIA safety protocols,site evaluation,quality control,budgetary controls,change order Project Executive review,materials acquisition and supply chain management,schedule review and enforcement,site staging,off-sites and grading,inter-contractor coordination, punch list,and turnover. Education Bachelor of Science,Philosophy As Project Executive, Jon is responsible for overseeing the and History,Westmont College overall lifecycle of the project. Certification Certified Construction Manager Representative Experience (CCM) County of Orange Civic Center Design-Build Institute of America Hesperia Civic Plaza(incl:library,public safety,city hall),CA (DBIA)Associate High Desert Government Center(incl:library,public safety,city hall),CA California Contractor License La Canada Flintridge City Hall,CA #793600,Class A West Hollywood City Hall,CA SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union Headquarters,Tustin,CA Affiliations Santa Clarita Canyon Country Community Center,CA NAVFAC and US Army Quail Hill Community Center,Irvine,CA Corps Construction Quality Esencia Sports Park,Rancho Mission Viejo,CA Management(CQM)Program Rialto Frisbie Park Expansion,CA Construction Management Vernola Park Expansion&Community Center,Jurupa Valley,CA Association of America,Member The Trust for Public Land Parks,Los Angeles,CA Rancho Cucamonga Sports Center,CA Years of Experience Great Park Ice,FivePoint Arena&Between the Rinks Restaurant,Irvine,CA Lake Forest Sports Park&Recreation Center,CA Linc Housing,SIPA Headquarters&HiFi Collective,Los Angeles,CA Tustin Water Admin.Building,Corporate Yard&Emergency Ops.Center,CA Pomona Water Resources Headquarters&Yard,CA Westminster Corporate Yard,CA Police Services of Salinas,CA Buena Park Fire Station No.61,CA County of San Bernardino,Valley Communication Center,CA Visalia Emergency Communications Center,CA Cathedral City Fire Station No.411,CA Tustin Fire Station No.37,CA +Jon has served on all Griffin Structures projects included in our response 10 I GRIFFIN STRUCTURES e41,GRIcFIuiN Qualifications i.i ii i Robert Godfrey brings 20 years of combined experience in Project Management and Owner's Representation from pre-design to construction completion. (117 - He has been involved during all phases of development and construction. His responsibilities have entailed,public and stakeholder outreach,contract negotiations,budgetary/scheduling controls,managing entitlement and plan check processes,obtaining building permits and coordinating inspections,and generating punch lists and project closeout. Robert Godfrey Robert has a proven record of project management involving effective CCM communication with design team members,coordinating consultants,vendors Project Manager and contractors-all to assure the client's goals and objectives are achieved. As Project Manager, Robert will be responsible for the Education day-to-day management of the project. Bachelor of Science, Management,The George Institute of Technology Representative Experience La Canada Flintridge City Hall,CA Certification I West Hollywood City Hall,CA Certified Construction Manager (CCM) Santa Clarita Canyon Country Community Center,CA Quail Hill Community Center,Irvine,CA Affiliations Rancho Cucamonga Sports Center,CA Construction Management Linc Housing,SIPA Headquarters&HiFi Collective,Los Angeles,CA Association of America,Membui Vernola Park Expansion&Community Center,Jurupa Valley,CA Years of Experience Buena Park Navigation Center,CA 20 Jordan Downs Housing Redevelopment,CA MidPen Shirley Chilsom Educator Housing,San Francisco,CA LANLT Wishing Tree Park,Los Angeles,CA Lawndale Community Center,CA The Trust for Public Land Parks,Los Angeles,CA • South Victoria Park • Bradley Green Alley • Patton Street Park • Monitor Avenue/Serenity Park • Carlton Way Park • Benito Juarez Park • Aliso Creek&Los Angeles River • Zamora Park Confluence Park • Quincy Jones Park We are proposing Robert Godfrey for this project amidst the recently awarded Ladera Linda Community Center and Park. We see this as an incredible advantage for the city to streamline two projects simultaneously with direct access to one Senior OR/PM to serve as an extension of staff, protecting your investments from day one.As one of our most sought after project managers, Robert will guide both projects simultaneously given his stellar record to manage simultaneously complex, high-profile projects. Robert Godfrey is energetic,extremely capable,and possesses the exact management expertise required to deliver a project of this size and scope. 11 I GPIFFIN STRUCTURES /�� GRIFFI s IPtit, Qualifications GRIFFIN STRUCTURES Dustin serves as the Vice President of Preconstruction Services for Griffin ;t Structures,Inc.His primary responsibilities include the executive management 4, of all needs assessment and master planning projects ranging by facility type, including civic centers,city hall and administrative complexes,open space/ plazas,and public safety facilities including emergency operation centers,and I others.In addition,Dustin is skilled at developing long-term facility plans(ranging from$10M to$300M)which incorporate future space requirements,phasing Dustin AIamo considerations,and capital funding mechanisms such as bonds,repositioning real CCM, LEED AP, DRE 01930629 estate assets,and public private partnerships(P3).With a formal background in Pre Design Manager architecture,Dustin is able to provide architectural programs,site plans,floor plans,elevations,and technical detailing. As Pre-Design, Dustin offers insight and support during Education the earliest phases of project development. Bachelor of Architecture, University of Colorado,Boulder Representative Experience Rancho Palos Verdes Corp.Yard,CA Police Services of Salinas,CA Certification County of Orange Civic Center,CA Hesperia Police Dept.&EOC,CA State of California Licensed Real Hesperia Civic Plaza,CA Cathedral City FS No.411,CA Estate Broker Covina Civic Center,CA Stanton Corporate Yard,CA Certified Construction Manager (CCM) Newport Beach Civic Center,CA Westminster Corporate Yard,CA LEED Accredited Professional Brea Civic Center,CA Pomona Water Resources (LEED AP) Rancho Santa Margarita Civic Ctr.,CA Headquarters&Yard,CA High Desert Government Center,CA Dustin has provided Facilities Master Affiliations Tustin Water Administration Building, Plans for over 100+public clients,many U.S.Green Building Council, Corporate Yard&EOC,CA of which included civic centers,city Member High Desert Public Safety Operations halls,public safety,parks,pavilions, Construction Management Center,CA and maintenance facilities.Dustin is Association of America,Member Lake Forest Civic Center,CA also our resident Corporate Yard expert, having provided over 75 programmed Visalia Emergency Communications yards from a single strategic initiatives Center,CA to delivered,state-of-the-art operations Buena Park FS No.61&EOC,CA facilities. Strategic Consulting Real Estate Consulting • Organizational Assessment • Process Improvement/Technology • Analysis of Real Estate • Operational Assessments Integration • Lease/Buy/Build Analysis •• Needs Assessment Organizational Studies • Property Acquisition and Disposition •• Space Efficiency Studies Managed Outsourcing • Lease Evaluation and Negotiation •• Space Planning Capital Assessment • Portfolio Evaluation and • Strategic Planning&Programming • Campus Master Planning Management • Facility Assessment • Phasing Analysis • Portfolio/Lease Administration • Implementation Strategies • Development • Benchmarking Studies • P Consulting • Business/Institutional Visioning Relocation Planning&Management • • Business Planning&Feasibility Portfolio Utilization Analysis Studies • Sustainability 12 I GRIFFIN STRUCTURES e_gpt uiN Qualifications t Throughout her career,Erin Jones has managed a wide range of design and GRIFFIN construction projects across the state,including$250M+bond programs An extension of client staff,Erin Jones is a communicative and pragmatic professional,protecting client investments through her thorough evaluation and oversight of all programming and construction related items. E r i n Jones As Assistant Project Manager,Erin will provide support to Robert Godfrey and the LEED AP City throughout the course of the project. Construction Manager Education Representative Experience Bachelor of Science,Construction Good Shepherd Women's Village, Los Santa Monica College($250M+) Engineering Management, Angeles,CA California State University,Long • Early Childhood Lab School Beach Shea Symmetry Apartments, • Performing Arts Center East Wing Northridge,CA Bachelor of Arts,Studio Art, • information technology Building University of California,Davis Huntington Library Chinese Garden &Media Center Expansion,Huntington Beach,CA • Student Services Building& Certification+Training NBC Universal Area 71,Los Angeles,CA Parking Structure Leadership in Environmental Facey Canyon Country Medical Office • Health,P.E.,and Central Plant and Energy Design,Accredited Building,Santa Clarita,CA Professional(LEED AP) • Bundy Campus Classroom Fox Studios Production Office Years of Experience Building,Los Angeles,CA • Organic Learning Garden 16 William H.Hannon Library,Loyola Marymount Univ.,Los Angeles,CA I 1. Qualifications Korin is responsible for originating,evaluating,structuring,and closing public- ( IN / private partnerships(P3s)for Griffin Structures,with$500M of public facilities under development as P3 transactions.Korin leverages 20 years of experience in infrastructure,real estate,and M&A of property-backed operating businesses with an emphasis on P3s and real estate transactions in complex regulatory environments. Korin Crawford Civic Development Expert As Civic Development Expert with significant experience with our development and financial team, Korin will provide as-needed,invaluable input as-needed. Education Representative Experience Master of Science in Management, County of Orange Civic Center,CA Bancroft Row Residential Stanford Graduate School of Rancho Cordova Civic Center,CA Development,Oakland,CA Business Placer County Government Ctr.,CA Pier 70 Redevelopment,Port of San Francisco,CA Master of Science,Electrical Manteca Civic Center Feasibility,CA Engineering,Stanford University Mission Rock/SWL,Port of San Concord Civic Center,Feasibility,CA Francisco,CA Bachelor of Science,Electrical Los Angeles Civic Ctr.Master Plan,CA Oakland Army Base Disposition and Engineering, Police Services of Salinas,CA Reuse,CA Duke University Riverside Convention Center Texas Rangers Heritage Museum, Years of Experience Expansion,CA Fredricksburg,TX 20 Downtown Los Angeles Streetcar,Los Angeles,CA 13 1 GRIFFIN STRUCTURES A_®QGRIFFIN Financial Advisory Team Certification Education Years of Experience dta Series 54 and 50 Municipal Advisor, Bachelor of Economics, 48 SEC&MSRB Berkeley American Institute of Certified Planners University of California, David Taussig Registered Investment Advisor AICP,Series 54&50 Financial Advisor Series 50 Municipal Advisor Master of Public Administration, FIELROLADMAN Kent State Unviersity 35 Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board,#K0276 Bachelor of Arts,Kent State Security and Exchange University James V. Fabian Commission,#867-00175 MSRB,SEC Municipal Financial Advisor With industry leading expertise in both public and private finance for civic capital projects and real estate,our financial advisory team is led by DTA and Fieldman Rolapp&Associates(FRA),both registered municipal financial advisory firms,a decades-long track record of working together,and two of California's leading municipal FM,serving a multitude of California cities and counties over decades. DTA and FRA will work with the City's Finance Department and Finance Advisory Committee to: • Evaluate financing alternatives and project delivery approaches,including,but not limited to Public-Private Partnerships(P3), Traditional,and Design-Build. • Identify funding opportunities and approaches for the City Council's consideration. • Provide professional analysis,assessment,and projections of the Project's revenue potential(if any). DTA and FRA shall assist the City in identifying public and private finance mechanisms available to fund the infrastructure and public facilities needed for the construction of the Civic Center.DTA and FRA will also assist with determining the amount of public/private financing the City can anticipate receiving. Other services include: • Review and confirm project land uses,values,overlapping districts,liens,and possible revenues with the team. • Prepare Bonding capacity analyses for selected public finance programs(Community Facilities Districts(CFD),Enhanced Infrastructure Financing District(EIFD),Lease Revenue Bond(LRB)or Certificates of Participation(COP),Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy). • Evaluate Public-Private Partnership opportunities. • Prepare a Public Facilities Financing Plan(PFFP)Report. 14 I GRIFFIN STRUCTURES e- GkucluN Qualifications 1.74X Jay has 22 years of cost estimating experience on various municipal projects, GRIFFIN STRUCTURES •s including renovation and new construction with a mixed background of being both a preconstruction manager and a general contractor.He brings his creative and expert skills to his work,including cost estimating,LEED analysis,value engineering,constructability reviews,master planning,and scheduling. ay He I e ka r As Cost Estimator,Jay will provide value engineering and cost control services LEED AP through each stage of the project to ensure your fiscal objectives are achieved. Cost Estimator Education Representative Experience Construction Management County of Orange Civic Center,CA The Trust for Public Land Parks,CA Engineering,California State University,Long Beach Watsonville Civic Center,CA Rancho Cucamonga Sports Ctr.,CA Hesperia Civic Plaza&High Desert Great Park Ice,FivePoint Arena& Certification+Training Govt.Center,San Bernardino,CA Restaurant,Irvine,CA LEED Accredited Professional Covina Civic Center,CA Lake Forest Sports Park&Rec.Ctr.,CA (LEED AP) Rancho Cordova Civic Center,CA Tustin Water Admin..Building, La Canada Flintridge City Hall,CA Corporate Yard&EOC,CA Years of Experience Police Services of Salinas,CA L'L West Hollywood City Hall,CA Santa Clarita Canyon Country Comm. County of San Bernardino,Valley Center,CA Communication Center,CA Quail Hill Comm.Center,Irvine,CA Visalia Emergency Comm.Ctr.,CA Vernola Park&Comm.Center,CA Westminster Corporate Yard,CA Qualifications For over 25 years,Susan has built her career around community-based planning and visioning,striving to create a network of healthier,more livable communities. _ She has provided community engagement and planning services to public clients r , across the country. Susan Harden As your Outreach Advocate,Susan will assist the City project team in facilitating community engagements,planning,and visioning sessions to achieve community LEED AP buy-in,public support,and consensus. Outreach Advocate Representative Engagement Activites& Education Experience Communications Support Master of Environmental Vista Civic Center Master Plan,CA Community workshops/charrettes Planning,Arizona State University Wildomar Town Ctr.Master Plan,CA Facilitate meetings with CHOA,HOAs PowayTown Center Master Plan,CA and interested parties Bachelor of Arts,Architectural Studies,University of Kansas Shoreline Park Master Plan,San Online survey tools Leandro,CA Pop-up events Bachelor of Arts,Environmental Studies,University of Kansas Yorba Linda Library&Cultural Arts In-person and video site tours Center,CA Input summaries and reports Certification Santa Cruz Downtown Library& Press releases&media outreach Leadership in Energy and Mixed-Use Project,CA Environmental Design Accredited Social media calendar Professional(LEED AP) Laguna Beach Village Entrance,CA Project newsletters&email blasts Fellow,American Institute of Cupertino Library Expansion,CA Informational flyers and fact sheets Certified Planners +50 Additional Projects Graphic design(posters,banners,etc.) Years of Experience 25 Website updates 15 I GRIFFIN STRUCTURES e-ENIGRCFURES V%(/ \A/e1)1). or— Food & Beverage Consultant -{ _ -11,41 Webb Foodservice Design creates immersive kitchen and dining4 _( experiences for civic environments.Since 1989 the Webb team of planners and designers has partnered with clients to bring culinary visions to life;Webb's expertise spans from feasibility studies, 41 41 concept design,and programming to market research,design bi- ` - documentation,and construction administration.Projects range I!L1\\ ui,,,11, p«ji������������ � from small cafes to large,centralized kitchens,with each combiningVstrategy and spectacle to produce efficient,emotionally engaging /front-and back-of-the-house design.Webb excels in solutions thatare sustainable and energy-efficient.SBE and WBENC certified,the firm has the largest and most diverse team on the West Coast. 1 !Ili( fi Our approach to civic projects is rooted in our belief that - foodservice plays an important role in affecting social change. Through our civic practice,we have designed food service spaces , . _R",•1 4 that range in use from a kitchen supporting the blind enterprise i program,to developing a culinary arts program for correctional rehabilitation. J t onormamm Engineering excellence...since 1954 Move/Relocation Management JBA has assisted in the planning and orchestrating of millions of square feet of office space,clients range from ten or less employees to several hundred.JBA follows a proven office migration model in planning and executing seamless office relocations.This includes the accurate documentation of the current layout,furniture, workstations,and all office assets.We work closely with the operator of each workstations to identify their requirements in their new office space.In some cases,we are moving a single office to a new single location office and in others,we are consolidating multiple facilities into one.In each case,we are tracking hundreds of assets and multiple vendors to support the effort. We understand that operations must continue as the project develops.We have included the services of JBA for this project as a result of our many past experiences with public clients who require moving and relocation services to minimize impact to their civic operations.Our oversight ensures that moves are well coordinated and carefully planned as to ensure a uninterrupted operations. 16 I GRIFFIN STRUCTURES Q_ENG FEIN„ County of Orange Civic Center Santa Ana,CA - Value+Size .' $346M,500,000 SF • Completion Date • .-.. , iti I 2022 • I�ill1 �' Client+Contact h it ' - County of Orange II III �� ,- 1Frank Kim,County CEO II 11 } '' • 4't (714)834-4304 III '%c' � t ';n!k'. _ !i `_ i _ ..;, � ;• � frank.kt g .com 'm@oc ov 11 LU �.. pi '-. „ Mat Miller Chief Real Estate Officer (714)834-2345 The completed Administration South building includes a six-story office tower over two levels mat.miller@oc.gov.com of underground parking,and freestanding conference center.The building is designed to exceed AlAs 2030 Commitment to reduce net energy consumption by 70 percent.The$180M Key Staff Administration North and sister building to the recently completed$166M Administration South Roger Torriero,Mark will reach construction completion next year. Hoglund,Jon Hughes, Korin Crawford,David This project is relevant to yours in that it is a significant,high-profile project wherein Griffin Taussig,Dustin Alamo, Structures and ALL proposed consultants have served from pre-design to construction completion, and Jay Helekar with the Administration North second building in-progress.This hub of civic operations is a pinnacle of sustainability and functional design directly aligned with your project expectations. La Canada Flintridge City Hall La Canada Flintridge,CA Value+Size "1 `# . %s• $7M,28,000 SF ;A• .. i ' r� .. ''"-,6 � Completion Date 11140 • x.t '�. 2019 4 • -uii v ' . A • r � DP s� I ; _ } /1111 a INF .1441/4 .' ,f' , . Client+Contact ill,1 I LP H I`�n 1 - ` City of La Canada I .t e. Flintridge Mark Alexander _ 1 I City Manager ',� . $. (818)790-8880 �._. .' d, `�► Malexander@lcf.ca.gov Griffin was selected as the OR/PM to manage the design and construction of the 28,000 SF La Key Staff Canada Flintridge's New City Hall.Upon our hiring,it became apparent that a space assessment Roger Torriero,Mark was required to assist the City in assessing its current space needs,and its future needs for Hoglund,Jon Hughes, growth.Griffin Structures managed this process and led the project to timely delivery on budget. Robert Godfrey,Dustin Alamo,and Jay Helekar This project is relevant to yours in that we provided Owner's Representation/Project Management (OR/PM),managed this project from the early planning phases while providing creative programming,including the idea to lease out remaining space to the private sector for revenue capture. 17 I GRIFFIN STRUCTURES e_AGRicFFuR$ West Hollywood City Hall . West Hollywood,CA /� l Value+Size `` `�1 (�fI//�l� $10M,36,000 SF Completion Date lilt 1 2020 . I i 1 , : .• 1-114.-.;'• '3 Client+Contact { ,' City of West Hollywood ' -° Joan English 1-7-------...,;_ -�.•::.c� .s-asy , -1 Retired Director of s , +, -- k. - Transportation - > (310)413-3302 • Key Staff Griffin Structures originally worked with the City of West Hollywood to redevelop an aging Roger Torriero,Mark commercial building into a new City Hall and state-of-the-art Emergency Operations Center Hoglund,Jon Hughes, through a Public Private Partnership("P3").Griffin Structures was again selected to manage the Robert Godfrey,Dustin City Hall's major renovation. Alamo,and Jay Helekar This project is relevant to yours in that we provided Owner's Representation/Project Management (OR/PM),managing this base of operations for the City project from the early planning phases white providing creative financing alternatives. Santa Clarita Canyon Country Community Center Santa Clarita,CA Value+Size *i, r $58M,28,000 SF ,, - - - Completion Date ' . 2021 ' 41 VW - .., k- ,j 'NI% , _ s 'AM Client+Contact r '^ ,P.la ,;, 'i -i.'s City of Santa Clarita L! + _ .Y."��� Wayne Weber I4 Parks Planning Manager •'° _------_ _ t . s.. - :_.,..1.....40- (661)255-4961 wweber@santa-clari ta. corn This new 28,000 SF community center and the outdoor recreational facilities rests on a 16.5 Key Staff acre project site.Indoor spaces will include a multipurpose room,gym,classrooms,catering Roger Torriero,Mark and teaching kitchen,fitness room,staff offices,reception lobby,and supportive areas.Outdoor Hoglund,Jon Hughes, Robert Godfrey,Dustin improvements include play areas,outdoor market,event stage area,basketball half-court,events Alamo,and Jay Helekar garden,shade structures,outdoor restroom building,and perimeter trail. This project is relevant to yours in that it is a high-profile,significant community center project involving adept quality control measures pertaining to the design and construction of the facility, as welt as a unique phasing and outreach approach as to not impact the sensitive surrounding area. 18 I GRIFFIN STRUCTURES A-AsTRGRCFERN Quail Hill Community Center Irvine,CA • WIN- Value+Size ,� $8M,19,000 SF 1►". -" yF MP- t-_- Completion Date 4:65- - L- _ ( 2018 • t u! "� �` . - I I %IP, Client+Contact �"F" ..0_,.. •"ik. '~ '~- r ` City of Irvine ritittli rr4111Pl. - - Thomas Perez,PE L Former CIP 414411 's Administrator - t► \t Current Project Dir., k Laguna Beach (949)464-6688 The new community center in Irvine is one of the largest in the area,and serves to bring the tperez@lagunabeachcity. region together through education and exploration,connecting users to the local trail system net that extends through the Quail Hill Loop Trail leading to the coast.The building houses an exercise room for wellness activities,classrooms,a space for fine arts camps,and a rentable Key Staff conference center.Outdoor spaces include interpretive gardens and a playground for adventure Roger Torriero,Mark Hoglund,Jon Hughes, play. Robert Godfrey,Dustin This project is relevant to yours in that we provided Owner's Representation/Project Management Alamo,and Jay Helekar (OR/PM)services from the early master planned Quail Hill Community Park into a high-profile, significant community center project,which was the final phase. Environmental Nature Center & Preschool Newport Beach,CA . - Value+Size ` a $12M,9,000 SF ..0 � o S . Completion Date j .444 ,44‘ 111 A ;Y ray- 2020 f. � ,: 01. -I 1 Client+Contact :4:-,4 . . : y ,� Y :�1 ' •04 Bo Glover Executive Director �' (949)645-8489 • r et '„ It; .? ,' -• bo@encenter.org I I i-�' I' , i 1- ,_5-+ ,, , Key Staff Roger Torriero,Mark Griffin Structures led the programming,design,and construction of the Environmental Nature Hoglund,Jon Hughes, Center,Orange County's first LEED Platinum facility.The 9,000 SF education center located Dustin Alamo,and Jay on a 3.5-acre site is top 10 sustainably designed facility on behalf of the American Institute of Helekar Architects.This new preschool features three classrooms,administrative and support space,and interactive outdoor open space area with education garden and play area. This project is relevant to yours in that it called for the unique understanding of nature preservation as we built a facility dedicated to a mission.Neighboring the coastline,nature preserve,and adjacent channel,adept agency coordination was also required.This living building also required coordination with the Newport Beach Fire Dept.wireless communication regulation. 19 I GRIFFIN STRUCTURES e-piSRcTu1RN The Trust for Public Land Parks Los Angeles,CA • • AI Value+Size ..' " $25M+,100,000 SF+ ' t 411*`s- -c .*4*.-«"E'' . ---11.11P k?/0.4 1( _ ,s Completion Date ,` •A� ! , j f � 1 ` �� R � 1i :: t+ •t '' Contact - W 411* • + The Trust for Public akk'--- V . • Land p... ' r ' Robin Mark Z t� + Q Program Manager CI).-f'�,,,41 is • "' "*•a \ 4_ 1, sw (310)770-6499 o•:i•• - robin.mark@tpl.org Robert Godfrey has managed over 11 non-profit parks for the organization,The Trust for Public Key Staff Land,including Madison Ave.Park and Community Gardens,South Victoria Ave.Park,Benito Roger Torriero,Mark Juarez Park,Rudolph Park,and many more.Each project is unique in that it provides a mixture Hoglund,Jon Hughes, spaces with designs influenced through community input.Parks are designed to be ecologically Robert Godfrey,Dustin sensitive and minimize maintenance costs. Alamo,and Jay Helekar This project is relevant to yours in that we provided OR/PM services for a variety of ongoing projects which align with the civic center's Program Document(play amenities,open space,shade structures,dog parks,amphitheaters...etc).AU of which called for extensive community outreach as our team managed the development of the project from pre-design to construction completion. Rancho Cucamonga Sports Center Rancho Cucamonga,CA Value+Size �� �- $14M,56,000 SF • . ti p Completion Date l 2018 Ili ..,ice'I +' • Client+Contact g-_ EN City of Rancho i ' 1 Cucamonga x Jeff Benson _ • Management Analyst - (909)774-4137 Jeff.benson @cityofrc.us This project includes two pre-engineered steel structures-one enclosed and one open-air Key Staff pavilion.The project featured three indoor regulation-sized basketball/volleyball courts as Roger Torriero,Mark well as concession and public common areas,a multipurpose room,restroom facilities,and Hoglund,Jon Hughes, administrative office space. Robert Godfrey,Dustin Alamo,and Jay Helekar This project is relevant to yours in that we were tasked with providing several cost saving alternatives,which ultimately led to the incorporation of a pre-engineered metal building,saving the City nearly$1M publicly funded dollars and vastly expediting the schedule.This project also featured two open-air pavilions and was designed with ultimate sustainability in mind. 20 I GRIFFIN STRUCTURES A.735Rc=u1V Great Park Ice, FivePoint Arena & Between the Rinks Restaurant Irvine,CA Value+Size $108M,280,000 SF I • a 4 f t Completion Date . w _ .1 i-jjmu nnaz2019 ...div....._ EPA, I :i' r l�•�� r lilt41ir Client+Contact ft H&S Ventures,LLC +'' ' Illr Bill Foltz • Iii40 -4 CFO (949)760-4304 bfoltz@hsventures.org VOil litil I I I I 1 Key Staff This training facility for the Anaheim Ducks features four indoor ice rinks—three NHL regulation Roger Torriero,Mark Hoglund,Jon Hughes, rinks,Olympic regulation rink,and striking outdoor pavilion area.The main arena seats 2,500 Dustin Alamo,and Jay with the ability to host a wide variety of sporting and entertainment events.Other features Helekar include a modern restaurant,party rooms,classrooms,outdoor public spaces,and amenities. This project is uniquely relevant to yours in that it is set on a former air base which called for major hazardous material considerations/coordination.The client faced significant budgetary constraints calling for unique design considerations from our team.We saved the client significant funds and sliced the project schedule significantly via innovative solutions,resulting in a project delivered on time and under budget. Lake Forest Sports Park & Recreation Center Lake Forest,CA Value+Size I $52M,86 Acres .a�.aon.-.�aV� t •" Completion Date �" —f'' � This project falls just +=moi,• •A■�■Nr ill r�= I outside of the 3-year �� �' '..,�i .. a � window but we felt n a r► , 46 , ,,i+R le pertinent to include with M b'iY : 111 '' >i �` our response ie - "' • �a b , Client+Contact � � .- �, I City of Lake Forest '-` ---14 i Tom Wheeler - City Engineer (949)461-3480 This Sports Park features five baseball fields,six soccer and multi-use fields of natural turf and twheeler@lakeforestca. synthetic turf,a rugby field overlay of two soccer fields,and two basketball courts.The general gov use elements consist of two playgrounds with tot lots and play equipment,two restroom facilities and eight gazebo picnic structures.In addition,the Park has two 1,915 SF clubhouse Key Staff buildings.A 26,000 SF Recreation/Community Center located in the middle of the site,situated Roger Torriero,Mark on a plateau overlooking the"park commons" Hoglund,Jon Hughes, Dustin Alamo,and Jay This project is uniquely relevant to yours in that it features best-in-class green open space, Helekar community/rec center,park amenities,picnic pavilions,play areas and we provided OR/PM services. 21 I GRIFFIN STRUCTURES e_pg cFFIm Linc Housing, SIPA Headquarters & HiFi Collective Los Angeles,CA `/ Value+Size w / ' "r;. } /� $29M,6,100,000 SF �, �!-�$i * „ Completion Date b. _ 2018 I I a ' III I ' ':� ' ti Client+Contact Y ' ' Linc Housing a; 1 1 11 I I 1 . le. Frances F.Sarmiento l - .ant, - Project Manager _ ` (562)684-1102 �-� - t' -:� -j " 'ut �� � sarmiento@linchousing. \ \„1.1 4-•)4. . org This project encompasses the development of a modem Mixed-Use development in historic Key Staff Filipinotown,Los Angeles.The new HiFi Collective is envisioned to be a new five-story building Roger Torriero,Mark and will feature 63 affordable housing units,along with SIPA's administrative headquarters, Hoglund,Jon Hughes, community cultural center,multi-purpose area,and business center. Robert Godfrey,Dustin Alamo,and Jay Helekar This project is relevant to yours in that we are providing OR/PM services for an extremely multi- faceted project featuring administrative components for multiple departments,as well as private- public elements to generate revenue for the facility.Additionally,the site is within a methane zone containing volatile organic compounds,calling for in-depth soils remediation and control of potentially hazardous material on a existing fueling site. Tustin Water Admin. Building, Corporate Yard & Emergency Ops. Center Tustin,CA Value+73e 71111117; $15.2M,17,300 SF r 11/ s! -' - .---P� 4 ' :-- 1 CompletionDate 2020 ,r' .o Client+Contact �, ipso!, � ��� � • ih City of'Tustin ms` s " - F' Doug Stack Z.... Public Works Director _ L (714)573-3150 4 dstack@tustinca.org Key Staff This project consisted of the demolition of an existing fire station and office trailers;and Roger Torriero,Mark construction of a water administration headquarters and yard,state-of-the-art Emergency Hoglund,Jon Hughes, Operations Center,emergency dispatch center,and Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service Dustin Alamo,and Jay room.The facility also includes a wellness center,locker rooms,water lab,facilities offices,break Helekar and conference rooms. This project is relevant to yours in that it not only features significant administrative/office space, but also emergency communications facilities and a maintenance yard.We led this project as Owner's Representatives and Program Managers,overseeing the project's delivery from pre-design to construction completion. 22 I GRIFFIN STRUCTURES A-psGRUCTU I$ Pomona Water 'Resources Headquarters & Yard Pomona,CA �WitValue+ Size ,a, -do $27M,203,100 SF • Completion Date _ 2022 _4-414116IIa- --_ ` I Client+Contact C Pomona Water ..r���t ` A .. . • 14, Resources Dept. Chris Diggs o f P O M O N A • to , Water Resources Director (909)620-2251 chris_diggs@ci.pomona. This facility includes a modularly-constructed administration/office building,warehouse,and ca.us shops buildings,covered parking canopies and equipment storage,site walls and gates,covered material storage bins,vehicular and pedestrian concrete paving,and landscape planting/ Key Staff irrigation.A special emphasis has also been placed on multi-use and flexible sizing,as well as Roger Torriero,Mark ease-of-maintenance,durability,and sustainability. Hoglund,Jon Hughes, Dustin Alamo,and Jay This project is relevant to yours in that it not only features significant administrative/office space, Helekar but also a significant maintenance yard.We are leading this project as Owner's Representatives and Program Managers,overseeing the project's delivery from pre-design to construction completion. Westminster Corporate Yard Westminster,CA • Value+ Size 4001,4r $20M,40,000 SF a Completion Date " , �. `'it. This project falls just c` outside of the 3-year 1. ' ut we felt _� z.1 - q pertinen, window t to include with - - i _:r I our response ly '1"14.- dt Client+Contact City of Westminster Marwan Youssef Public Works Director (714)548-3460 With an aging infrastructure and code violations throughout the yard,Griffin Structures was myoussef@westminster- hired to perform a needs assessment on the future space requirements,repurpose buildings, ca.gov consolidate others,and reposition the real estate into a logical,safe work flow.This assessment led to our delivery of a new corporate yard which contains a new administration building, Key Staff canopy,fuel station,and warehouse facilities.This project was constructed on an active campus Roger Torriero,Mark which called for unique phasing and staff relocation plan. Hoglund,Jon Hughes, Dustin Alamo,and Jay This project is relevant to yours in that the Griffin team was tasked with providing early Helekar programming and pre-design management as part of our OR/PM service resulting in a state-of- the-art public maintenance/corporate yard for the City. 23 I GRIFFIN STRUCTURES A- S`TRRUCTUOLIS Police Services of Salinas Salinas,CA . 441.1144 +Size ;�• \' $52M,70,800 SF Completion Date 4, 2020 " _ a, II 1141 i ;, - , _ Client+Contact 4 .1 Ii- t" p City of Salinas '* _ Adele Fres Chief of Police iitig.;Adr10011.1°PL. f (831)758-7201 _• adelef n ci.salinas.ca.us Key Staff This facility was delivered utilizing a Public-Private Partnership(P3),which provides for the Roger Torriero,Mark design,financing,construction,and delivery of the new facility.The project encompasses three Hoglund,Jon Hughes, Korin Crawford,David buildings on a 6.3-acre site.The two-story headquarters building serves as the essential services Taussig,Dustin Alamo, administrative building and includes detention spaces,community room,and plaza.Two support and Jay Helekar buildings provide police support services,including evidence intake and storage,crime lab spaces,and indoor firing range. This project is uniquely relevant to yours in that it incorporates emergency communications features and we provided OR/PM and development services wherein Griffin Structures managed all proposed consultants,serving from pre-design to construction completion. County of San Bernardino, Public Safety Operations Center Hesperia,CA Value+Size Pr' rr411".`"ftigig....., $17M,67,000 SF iii ■ Completion Date ` •`f This project falls just .-: ;,*►. N I MI outside of the 3-year '•*.,, s' •itg _ r- • •, window but we felt ?1,....m... ,?- • ' is �_ pertinent to include with _. ,:,r ,. �, . our response - _ � w 4 -- �-- Client+Contact �,, —8 - County of San F ✓ Bernardino Rene Glynn Supervisor The Public Safety Operations Center housed within this 67,000 SF Government Center features (909)77] 1223 rene.glynn@pad. a 175-foot tower,offering multiple communication paths.Other features include a Sheriff and sbcounty.gov County Fire Department dispatch system,a state-of-the-art voice and data infrastructure,non- critical functions of training and administrative areas,kitchen,restroom and locker areas with Key Staff showers.All of these elements have duplicate emergency generators that back-up power to the Roger Torriero,Mark building and the systems within the facility. Hoglund,Jon Hughes, Dustin Alamo,and Jay This project is relevant to yours in that it also features a communication tower,which was Helekar programmed,designed,and constructed to great satisfaction of the County,earning our firm the opportunity to now manage the County's$95M Valley Communication Center project. 24 I GRIFFIN STRUCTURESQ_7/GRIFFIiN County of San Bernardino, Valley Communication Center San Bernardino,CA • - I , . ,;':y, ''" . ' K ' ' ` •� '+ - . . � , t ` \ pr, ., „ + f, 'yT `` } � __� Value+Size $95M,80,000 SF Completion Date e ^ - 1 • cs 2021-Ongoing i =liar _ r SAN BERNARDINO w Q COUNTY Y Client+Contact s �- t County of San . -a 41+ ...• -' - Bernardino w + = et VII.. S1, \ Rene Glynn t-11 • Supervisor (909)771-1223 sbcounty.gov The Valley Communication Center will be located in the City and County of San Bernardino Key Staff and will be a new mission-critical facility that must be operational 365/24/7,under extreme Roger Torriero,Mark conditions as the primary Emergency Operation Center(EOC)in the San Bernardino Valley. Hoglund,Jon Hughes, The comprehensive 80,000 SF building on the 6.85 acre site will be occupied by multiple county Dustin Alamo,and Jay entities including emergency,fire,and others. Helekar This project is uniquely relevant to yours in that it incorporates emergency communications features and we are providing OR/PM and development services wherein Griffin Structures is managing all proposed consultants,serving from pre-design to construction completion. Visalia Emergency Communications Center Visalia,CA iiiimr. f Value+Size $16M,21,000 SF .- _ ,. Completion Date Arii5 _ - ' 2017 " � 1` i , • I ( r AL ingill. �. m� I' Client+Contact ry� • '�� ( _'„ City of Visalia ` - ,t ��I Mike Porter • — 1111°I + �/ City Engineer 41.. 9e y - ..." iM -I/ (559)713-4412 11 �- um Mike.Porter@ci.visalia. ca.us ' This$16 million,21,000 SF facility featuring a 3,500 SF dispatch room,an emergency operations Key Staff center and the fire department's administration offices.The emergency dispatch center is the Roger Torriero,Mark first building constructed in what will eventually be a public safety complex.Design plans were Hoglund,Jon Hughes, Dustin Alamo,and Jay complete by the end of 2014 and construction began in the first quarter of 2015. Helekar This project is uniquely relevant to yours in that it incorporates emergency communications features in addition to dispatch/traffic control and also incorporated adept coordination with the applicable radio communications Authority Having Juridstiction for successful completion. 25 I GRIFFIN STRUCTURES e:FgGR1cFPIN t ..__. me �� - - - \ - 10 - . _. - _._.. 4 - ►V - r) .ftr v Vii'-c �1$,.� - _ ..y ` ' ''' a m \V 7 • II • r -yam=, .I �^. `�j'•-'1"-S--- - / -7T7 ' r-� I / T T t I - ' ! j x9,vakali( .! s Jr: lie 1 , „ 41. /' - - �' , - 06,_ , - v---.o,,. , / -••• , % A. Griffin Structures did an excellent job to - ,. ensure the City's best interests were met. • ' : ` 6. In particular, the detailed review of change .� orders ensured the City got exactly what we paid for and that the project stayed within budget. The Griffin Structures - 411114114111P ,, team delivered the City a very high-quality amenity that will serve the community for years to come." - City of Irvine 4. Project Schedule Having served over 350 municipal clients throughout the state of California,our team is incredibly familiar with completing work expeditiously and managing aggressive public project schedules.We are ready.willing.and able to provide unique time saving alternatives to assist the City to deliver a project that not only accomplishes the City's operational goals.hut is delivered expeditiously so the community may benefit from the City's investment as soon as possible. D Task Task Name Duration Start Finish 2022 '2023 12024 2025 12026 o Mode 43 44 01 02 03 04 Q1 _422.___i_9,3__. 04 i Q1 _-__QZ_.__03_-_Q4�4L�9�- Q3 . Q4 Q1 1 Total Project Duration 1082 days Mon 11/1/21 Tue 12/23/25 1-- - 1 2 Pre-Design Phase 87 days Mon 11/1/21 Tue 3/1/22 r-1 3 Kick Off Meeting 1 day Mon 11/1/21 Mon 11/1/21 11/1 11/1 4 Site Analysis 65 days Mon 11/1/21 Fri 1/28/22 11/1 1/28 5 Financial Analysis 65 days Mon 11/1/21 Fri 1/28/22 11/1 1/28 6 Delivery Analysis 65 days Mon 11/1/21 Fri 1/28/22 11/1 1/28 7 Program Validation 65 days Mon 11/1/21 Fri 1/28/22 11/1 1/28 8 Staff Review of Program 20 days Mon 1/31/22 Fri 2/25/22 1/31 • 2/25 9 CCAC Review of Program 1 day Mon 2/28/22 Mon 2/28/22 2/28 .2/28 10 City Approval of Program 1 day Tue 3/1/22 Tue 3/1/22 3/1 —3/1 11 Design Procurement 65 days Wed 3/2/22 Tue 5/31/22 3/2 ' 5/31 12 Master Plan Phase 70 days Wed 6/1/22 Tue 9/6/22 1 1 13 Master Plan Development 45 days Wed 6/1/22 Tue 8/2/22 6/1" 8/2 14 City Review of Master Plan 20 days Wed 8/3/22 Tue 8/30/22 8/3 • 8/30 15 CCAC Review of Master Plan 1 day Wed 8/31/22 Wed 8/31/22 8/31 ''8/31 16 Council Approval of Master Plan 1 day Tue 9/6/22 Tue 9/6/22 9/6.9/6 17 Schematic Design Phase 95 days Wed 9/7/22 Tue 1/17/23 r--- I 18 Schematic Design 65 days Wed 9/7/22 Tue 12/6/22 9/7 a 12/6 19 Staff Review of Schematic Design 20 days Wed 12/7/22 Tue 1/3/23 12/7 . 1/3 20 CCAC Review of Schematic Design 1 day Wed 1/4/23 Wed 1/4/23 1/4 X1/4 21 Council Approval of Schematic Design 1 day Tue 1/17/23 Tue 1/17/23 1/17.1/17 22 Design Development Phase 106 days Wed 1/18/23 Wed 6/14/23 r.--1 23 Design Development 85 days Wed 1/18/23 Tue 5/16/23 1/18 . 5/16 24 City Review of Design Development 20 days Wed 5/17/23 Tue 6/13/23 5/17 . 6/13 25 CCAC Review of Design Development 1 day Wed 6/14/23 Wed 6/14/23 6/14 X6/14 26 Construction Documents Phase 75 days Thu 6/15/23 Wed 9/27/23 r'-1 27 Construction Documents 75 days Thu 6/15/23 Wed 9/27/23 6/15 • 9/27 28 Permitting 45 days Thu 9/28/23 Wed 11/29/23 rLr- 29 1st Submission 15 days Thu 9/28/23 Wed 10/18/23 9/28 1,10/18 30 2nd Submission 15 days Thu 10/19/23 Wed 11/8/23 10/191 rg-11/8 31 Final Submission 15 days Thu 11/9/23 Wed 11/29/23 11/19&1 11/29 32 Contractor Procurement 114 days Thu 9/28/23 Tue 3/5/24 rl r 33 Contractor Prequalification 45 days Thu 9/28/23 Wed 11/29/23 9/28 ,11/29 34 Contractor Bidding 64 days Thu 11/30/23 Tue 2/27/24 11/30 -.2/27 35 Council Award of Contractor 1 day Tue 3/5/24 Tue 3/5/24 3/5"3/5 36 Construction Phase 470 days Wed 3/6/24 Tue 12/23/25 r t 37 Construction 400 days Wed 3/6/24 Tue 9/16/25 3/6 rmigimmmommimimmiggimmmgmg9/16 38 Punch list&Move-in 25 days Wed 9/17/25 Tue 10/21/25 9/17 rm.10/21 39 Project Closeout 45 days Wed 10/22/25 Tue 12/23/25 10/22 rm.' 12/23 11179Vq,"! A-80 1 J O r' V• 0) j` \ / / 1 ` ` y\ "Griffin Structures provides high quality service and increases our capacity to oversee multiple complex projects simultaneously. Robert Godfrey is collaborative, detail oriented and readily available whenever there is an issue. Over the years they have helped to manage a wide range of complex projects. With each project they continue to demonstrate their dedication to public projects and high , quality project management." .0,4914-14-VMOrffeArbk - The Trust for Public Land 5. Quality Control Plan Griffin approaches projects with the perspective of an Owner,and the insight of an Architect and Contractor.Like an Owner, we approach each project as if it is our own money,schedule,and facility that is being developed.With licensed Architects and Contractors within our ranks,we also understand the technical aspects and trade secrets essential to providing quality services. Together with these two key components,Griffin provides Inspection and Construction Management services based on our unique blend of experience as both a public agency Program and Construction Managers,Owner's Representatives,and At-Risk Fee Developers-uniquely enhancing our ability to provide enhanced services to our Clients.If selected for this project,we will provide the following quality control procedures from inception to completion of our services.Should the City wish to receive more information regarding these integral components,we would be happy to discuss as soon as possible.However,given the brevity of this proposal,we've included highlights to our QC plan below. c 0 1 1 ,� Design ® =nvironmental riA Outreach 0 Oversight Jversight advocacy J , ,, .. t �_ l \ 1=,,,,,;--, ---- 020 NA -1,,-- Financial on Building j Change Advisory ServicesContractor Management X Oversight x r z. �, . -, Quality I �_ 1 Deputy Safety Assurance 0— Inspection Oversight Oversight& ❑_ &Testing Documentation ❑= Oversight 1111 Schedule/ ( • r 1 Technological 1 ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ Control O O Cost Control/ l f Oversight Estimating g X (i.eOpenSpace) JLIIJ ..• • 1 ( _. 111 Photographic i _, # Move/ Commissioning • O Documentation Management /LEED Oversight n9ii 8 Coordination J i i ! 11 lam; D CD v CD Q • lit i7:4fr '74 APit +‘ l ' I 1I _ alogiA "The Griffin team is doing an excellent job, anticipating and addressing potential problems that may have impacted the completion date. They apply vast experience and attention to detail that greatly benefits our City." - City of Santa Clarita 6. Acceptance of Conc itions We have reviewed the Contract Services Agreement for the City of Rancho Palos Verdes and have included the proposed exceptions and deviations below.We are ready,willing,and able to discuss these items immediately and execute an agreement with the City as soon as possible. • 1.1-5th line-delete"and warrants".The use of"warrants"within a contract provision is a subtlety that may extend the standard of care beyond what is expected and reasonable.The word"represents"in this sentence already reflects that Consultant will do everything in our power to comply,we cannot warrant that there will be absolute compliance. • 1.11- 0th line-delete the entire sentence beginning with"Consultant covenants..."and instead insert"In providing services under this Agreement,Consultant shall perform in a manner consistent with,but limited to,that degree of skill and care commonly used by other reputable members of Consultant's profession practicing in the same or similar locality and under similar circumstances.Nothing in this Agreement shall be interpreted to require Consultant to meet any higher standard of care,and this paragraph shall control over any such contrary provision:' • 1I-13th line-delete entire sentence beginning with"For purposes of this Agreement..." • 1.6-fist and 5th lines-replace"warrants"with"represents"-logic for this request is spelled out under the first comment above. • 3.1-Replace this section with"The Consultant shall not be responsible for delays from any and all causes beyond its reasonable control." • 5.2(f)-3rd line-delete"agents"and"and volunteers" • 5.2(j)-2nd line-same request as at 5.2(1)above. • 5.3-2nd line-delete"and agents': • 5.3-6th and 7th lines-delete"arising out of or in connection with"and replace with"as caused by the",as we do not wish to indemnify and defend for something we did not cause. • 5.3(a)-change"any action or actions filed in connection with any of said claims or liabilities"with"any action or actions filed due to a claim or liability caused by". • 5.3(b)-2nd and 4th lines-delete"agents" • 5.3(c)-1st and 5th lines-delete"agents". • 8.2-2nd paragraph-5th line-replace"warrants"with"represents"-same logic as explained in the first comment above. 28 I GRIFFIN STRUCTURES A- STRRUCTURES I.. 1 V_AL , .. , , •—' . ..:.;t.,''' ..t ..., ., .V. P. .., -. I 1111 ., 4 ,k , ,.....,-", , . ./„ . :,. , ,001ii,_ .•, .. . ... ,... .,,,,, , , ....„ .,. ...,. .._ .„.....,. .4.. 1,,,,, „ 4 _.. . ..,,,t ,siLl, .,-...-00 N,...... 4# . io ,., //-'''' ' . ..,,.,; . ._ . ....,.... .. ok. • • . , .. ,- . 'It .1%N.NIIII441 111111 t i • , "%. % Ilk 11 lik\ ----:1 i ' s -4 .4 Nilli b:&Nil' ill 1 --- ..- i "le. v.L• 0 di i 1 4re-4‘11 ..... ,,.. • .4,. _ -,.... .. N•1/4".....1.11w :''' - --ea . .- .— ,---ric --1----- - .,. .,_-_,_ --.1....::-47-' ". : -•-.. N-..%Thir - •,T..;7.•-_--..L..-.....- -. ,... i- _ ii___ ILL, o- I %IL . .„.. . Ilk• _k: '.,i ..'!. i . i..! I' • 5 I ' --.... . • :,..... IpeiRgag.__• ...,,..--..... II viirmaimmimaimiii\,ifL 1 ''. , ' . .. . SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA OFFICE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA OFFICE 1 Technology Drive,Building i,Suite 829 1850 Warburton Avenue,Suite 120 Irvine,CA 92618 Santa Clara,CA 95050 (949)497-9000 (408)955-0431 ) . k• • l 4' -..„,„ / ,....., I 4--' , : .." i .., Ilk i , , s . 'T: ' "ow , ...e• i • / ' EXHIBIT "B" SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS (Superseding Contract Boilerplate) Added text indicated in bold italics, deleted text indicated in striketlhreugh. I. Section 1.1., Scope of Services, is amended to read: 1.1 Scope of Services. In compliance with all terms and conditions of this Agreement,the Consultant shall provide those services specified in the "Scope of Services", as stated in the Proposal, attached hereto as Exhibit "A" and incorporated herein by this reference, which may be referred to herein as the "services"or"work"hereunder.As a material inducement to the City entering into this Agreement, Consultant represents and- amts that it has the qualifications, experience, and facilities necessary to properly perform the services required under this Agreement in a thorough, competent, and professional manner, and is experienced in performing the work and services contemplated herein. Consultant shall at all times faithfully, competently and to the best of its ability, experience and talent, perform all services described herein. • - .. " slarnsts. In providing services under this Agreement, Consultant shall perform in a manner consistent with, but limited to, the highest professional standards of skill and care commonly used by other reputable members of Consultant's profession practicing in the same or similar locality and under similar circumstances. II. Section 1.6,Familiarity with Work, is amended to read: 1.6 Familiarity with Work. By executing this Agreement, Consultant represents that Consultant (i) has thoroughly investigated and considered the scope of services to be performed, (ii) has carefully considered how the services should be performed, and (iii) fully understands the facilities, difficulties and restrictions attending performance of the services under this Agreement. If the services involve work upon any site, Consultant warrants that Consultant has or will investigate the site and is or will be fully acquainted with the conditions there existing, prior to commencement of services hereunder.Should the Consultant discover any latent or unknown conditions,which will materially affect the performance of the services hereunder, Consultant shall immediately inform the City of such fact and shall not proceed except at Consultant's risk until written instructions are received from the Contract Officer in the form of a Change Order. III. Section 3.1,Time of the Essence, is amended to read: 01203.0006/736843.1 EQG B-3 A-86 3.1 Time of Essence. Time is of the essence in the performance of this Agreement. The Consultant shall not be responsible for delays from any and all causes beyond its reasonable control. IV. Subsections(I)and (J)of Section 5.2,General Insurance Requirements, are amended to read: 5.2 General Insurance Requirements. (f) Waiver of subrogation. All insurance coverage maintained or procured pursuant to this agreement shall be endorsed to waive subrogation against City, its elected or appointed officers, agents, officials, and employees r shall specifically allow Consultant or others providing insurance evidence in compliance with these specifications to waive their right of recovery prior to a loss. Consultant hereby waives its own right of recovery against City, and shall require similar written express waivers and insurance clauses from each of its subconsultants. (j) Additional insured status. General liability policies shall provide or be endorsed to provide that City and its officers, officials, employees, and agents, and volunteers shall be additional insureds under such policies. This provision shall also apply to any excess/umbrella liability policies. 01203.0006/736843.1 EQG B-4 A-87 EXHIBIT "C" SCHEDULE OF COMPENSATION I = la.r"i Feallidlill. 11/ - r AB M 1.1 ., 402 DIMOMINIONIO, Oral MI a ►w..nrrf ley rN r " __ r m IMO 1.A OWy— - rr sod Yr _ SAS Yr L! SA _ Papa lnW rOr - r are_._ - we � or u—i l�rr sr r r r r LI 4_ O____ rr _____W_____- _ - - .___.!�_-_At_ . , � ...,. iik 2 .uIena.lre. -- ISM MAW lLlT1 Al awr � n. 1! 1lYiryrr Ofnf�lr . -IMO owe am Maim 01203.0006/736843.1 EQG C-i A-88 EXHIBIT "D" SCHEDULE OF PERFORMANCE MO=n MISE a� .SS iFE WI APE WF14.14 !LL 44 ® OCE S PIM 11111111111111 betas Cunme7i Oi.Nwr Ea Pas W Mrs 1 Sertla Vas/ASF/raw amnia W air.Ol Irmrlipla W Sr Paws -Osiwr OQ.MOSS arra as Pampa + DISMa Mile IAW rUiY% ►A.0 Embalm•S+M! Sara Waage 01 wl it tiF Pawl liSrr♦lil RAsf 11.41. AY End4ii4EO 414 Ob Mufti Pl.4 ^ 01203.0006/736843.1 EQG D-1 A-89 01203.0006/736843.1 EQG D-2 A-90