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City of Olympia | Capital of Washington State Percival Landing Update Land Use Committee Meeting March 27, 2014.

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1 City of Olympia | Capital of Washington State Percival Landing Update Land Use Committee Meeting March 27, 2014

2 History Percival Landing Update

3 Approach GOAL Protect public safety Maintain use by the public Plan for the future INSPECTION PROGRAM Initial assessment by structural engineers in 2004 Annual walk-through inspections Regular 5-year structural inspection – next scheduled for 2014 ANNUAL CFP Percival Landing Inspections funded through CAMMP Percival Landing Major Maintenance funded through CAMMP Percival Landing Replacement Projects

4 Percival Landing Update Summary of Actions 2004PND conducted a complete reconnaissance- level structural evaluation of Percival Landing 2005PND conducted an annual walkthrough evaluation. 2006PND conducted an annual walkthrough evaluation. Closed vehicular section at Olympia Ave., viewing pier and Motherhood stage area to public use. 2007PND conducted an annual walkthrough evaluation 2008 PND conducted an annual walkthrough evaluation. Findings were: cross bracing, column footings, various pilings, unsafe electrical, gangway traction slats and transition plates PND conducted an annual walkthrough evaluation. Findings were: continued deterioration, exposed wiring, gangway traction slats, decayed Bent 94, cross bracing along E-Float and bull-rails on all floats, recommend survey of roadway for settlement and installation of pea gravel. OPARD crews removed electrical service from E Float (November 2009 – March 2010) PND and Echelon completed a 5-year reconnaissance-level inspection and designed a project scope to address any remaining repair items. Project included: repair cross bracing, repair Bent 94 piles and all others that were in need of repair, repair of bull-rails on all floats, repair of Sylvester Street Float, new transition and skid plates and added floatation to all floats as needed. 2010(July 2010 – July 2011) Percival Landing Rehabilitation Project – Section A, Phase PND conducted an annual walkthrough evaluation. Was done during while rehabilitation project was underway so it included repairs that were underway and eventually completed. 2011PND conducted an annual walkthrough evaluation. Inspection was during Section A, Phase 1 work so Phase 1 area and E and F Floats were not evaluated. Report identified: various missing bolts and protruding nails, need Up-and-Out ladders, remove grass and moss from floats, add more non- skid to transition plates, repair various non-smooth transitions, recommend survey of roadway for settlement and installation of pea gravel PND conducted an annual walkthrough evaluation. F float recommended for closure, monitor 4 th street for settlement and installation of pea gravel, miscellaneous O&M items from cleaning to replacement of rotten boards. At the request of the City, the report also provided recommended replacement dates for original Percival Landing sections that were not reconstructed in Phase PND conducted an annual walkthrough evaluation. Recommendations: keep F Float closed, monitor 4 th Ave. bulkhead for settlement, miscellaneous O&M issues from cleaning to repairs of transitions to reduce tripping hazards. The report reiterated previous years recommended replacement schedule for remaining sections of the boardwalk. 2013Designed and bid F Float Replacement. Bids were beyond existing funding. City reconsidered float enhancements. 2014Reconsidering F Float replacement and contracting for a complete reconnaissance-level structural evaluation of Percival Landing in July

5 Percival Landing Update Previous Percival Landing Funding 2011 CFP Section A Phase 1 Construction - $150,000 Section A Phase 2 Design - $350,000 (Moved to cover additional contamination costs) Annual inspection - $8,000 (CAMMP) Percival Landing Maintenance Fund - $25,000 (CAMMP) 2012 CFP Annual inspection - $6,500 (CAMMP) Percival Landing Maintenance Fund - $50,000 (CAMMP) 2013 CFP F Float Replacement - $297,000 Annual inspection - $6,800 (CAMMP) 2014 CFP 5-year inspection - $43,000 (CAMMP) Percival Landing Maintenance Fund - $27,000 (CAMMP)

6 Projected Costs and Timeline Section A Phase II Repair boardwalk $750,000 within 3-4 years Replace floats $6.5M Replace all $15M Section B Repair boardwalk $1.6M within 3-4 years Replace $20M Section C Repair boardwalk $1.3M within 5-10 years Replace $20M Percival Landing Update

7 F Float Replacement Background Closed F float in January 2013 Designed and bid replacement project. Received bids December 5, Bids received exceeded funds available. Permit timeline limitations Single float manufacturer willing to bid Currently reviewing options for moving forward

8 Percival Landing Update Options Option A) Rebid as designed. This would require the allocation of an additional $440,000. Option B) Obtain a second engineering opinion or evaluation. Option C) Change design to fit within remaining funds ($400,000). Project would include: Removal of all of existing F Float Construct only the pump out finger float as designed Install new pump out Repair F Float as originally designed (flotation and structural) Add water and power to existing E Float

9 Option C) E & F Float Proposal Percival Landing Update E Dock: Add water and power F Dock: Replace single float for new pump out F Dock: Remove moorage floats

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