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File #: 2016-0850   
Type: Budget Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 10/20/2016 In control: Construction Committee
On agenda: 11/16/2017 Final action:
Title: APPROVE a Life of Project (LOP) budget for Los Angeles Union Station (LAUS) New and Existing Public Restroom Facilities Program improvements of $7.95 million for the following: A. construction of new public restroom facilities for $5.35 million; and B. renovation of existing public restroom facilities for $2.6 million.
Sponsors: Board of Directors - Regular Board Meeting
Attachments: 1. Attachment A - Map of Existing & New Restrooms, 2. Attachment B - ICF Memo: CEQA Categorical Exemption for L.A. Union Station, 3. Attachment C - Summary Ten-Year Capital Plan, 4. Presentation_US Restroom Renovation

Meeting_Body

REVISED

CONSTRUCTION COMMITTEE

NOVEMBER 16, 2017

 

 

Subject

SUBJECT:                     UNION STATION RESTROOM EXPANSION AND

RENOVATION PROGRAM

 

Action

ACTION:                     APPROVE A LIFE OF PROJECT BUDGET OF $7.95 MILLION FOR UNION STATION RESTROOM EXPANSION AND RENOVATION PROGRAM

 

Heading

RECOMMENDATION

 

Title

APPROVE a Life of Project (LOP) budget for Los Angeles Union Station (LAUS) New and Existing Public Restroom Facilities Program improvements of $7.95 million for the following:

 

A.                     construction of new public restroom facilities for $5.35 million; and

 

B.                     renovation of existing public restroom facilities for $2.6 million.

 

Issue

ISSUE

 

The existing Union Station restroom facilities are severely deficient. The current restrooms are not code compliant per Metro’s standards, not to mention the standards set by the City of Los Angeles, the State of California’s Title 24, Building Code (CBC), California Amendments and the federal Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), as noted in the Blackseth Union Station Site Inspection Disabled Access Report dated November 2013. The existing 30-year-old plumbing infrastructure was not designed to handle the number of patrons who pass through Union Station on