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File #: 15-156    Version: 1 Name: AOB TSG Constructors LLC - GPD GFAC
Type: Consent Status: Passed
File created: 2/20/2015 In control: City Council
On agenda: 3/24/2015 Final action: 3/24/2015
Title: AUTHORIZATION TO AWARD A BID AND ENTER INTO A CONSTRUCTION AGREEMENT WITH TSG CONSTRUCTORS, L.L.C. FOR RENOVATIONS AT THE NEW GLENDALE FAMILY ADVOCACY CENTER LOCATION Staff Contact: Debora Black, Police Chief . Purpose and Recommended Action
Attachments: 1. Construction Agreement
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AUTHORIZATION TO AWARD A BID AND ENTER INTO A CONSTRUCTION AGREEMENT WITH TSG CONSTRUCTORS, L.L.C. FOR RENOVATIONS AT THE NEW GLENDALE FAMILY ADVOCACY CENTER LOCATION
Staff Contact: Debora Black, Police Chief
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Purpose and Recommended Action
Recommendation

This is a request for the City Council to award a bid and authorize the City Manager to enter into a construction agreement with TSG Constructors, L.L.C. in an amount not to exceed $155,000 for renovations at the new Glendale Family Advocacy Center (GFAC) located at 6830 North 57th Drive.
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Background

The GFAC serves as a safe haven for victims. Designed to assist victims of violence, child abuse and sexual related crimes, the GFAC is able to coordinate emergency shelter, provide victim advocacy services, and offers support and referral services for crime victims and their family members. The GFAC has remained a west valley leader with respect to professional excellence. While victims are able to receive quality assistance from experienced staff, detectives with specialized training operate within the facility investigating cases.

The GFAC is currently operating at 4600 West Glendale Avenue through a lease agreement that will expire on June 30, 2015. A city-owned building at 6830 North 57th Drive has been designated as the new site of the GFAC for convenience of the location in relation to the main Glendale Police Department (GPD) station, and to achieve cost savings by utilizing an existing city-owned building in lieu of leasing property. Though one-time costs are required for renovations to the building to meet the unique needs of the GFAC, long term cost savings will be achieved.
Analysis

The necessary renovations at the building include carpet removal, new flooring, painting of interior walls, the installation of interview consultation rooms, health care exam rooms, and observation rooms, along with the creation of office space for the 31 employees operating within the ...

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