8j. Memo

South Concourse Hot Water Replacement

AGENDA MEMORANDUM                        Item No.          8j 
ACTION ITEM                            Date of Meeting    September 13, 2022 
DATE:     September 6, 2022 
TO:        Stephen P. Metruck, Executive Director 
FROM:    Keri Stephens, Director, Aviation Facilities and Capital Programs 
Eileen Francisco, Director, Aviation Project Management Title 
SUBJECT:  South Concourse Hot Water Tank Additional Funding (Short Form) (CIP#C801271) 
Amount of this request:                 $200,000 
Total estimated project cost:          $1,300,000 
Request Commission authorization for the Executive Director to increase the project budget for
the South Concourse Hot Water Tank Replacement in the amount of $200,000 for a total project
budget of $1,300,000. 
The domestic hot water tanks at the South Concourse are beyond useful life and one of the two
tanks has failed because of a leak in the pressure vessel. This project is replacing the tanks with
new energy efficient on demand tanks. During construction a major  electrical issue was
discovered that does not meet code and is unsafe. Multiple breakers require replacement and
new wiring pulled to meet current code requirements. 
Additionally, the flow meters for steam and water are a long lead item and will not arrive until
October 2022. The project plans to get the tanks in service without the meters but will require
additional funds to shut down the tanks and extra time to install the meters once they arrive. 
There are no attachments to this memo. 
October 12, 2021 – The Commission authorized $1,100,000 for construction with a Job Order

Template revised April 12, 2018.

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