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San Mateo County signing off on slew of jail contracts
May 03, 2014, 05:00 AM Daily Journal Staff Report

With the new county jail slated to open late next year, county officials are scheduled to sign off on millions of dollars in construction contracts to complete the project.

The Board of Supervisors has a laundry list of agreements on its Tuesday meeting consent agenda related to building of the new jail on the east side of Highway 101 in Redwood City. The agreements up for approval include:

• Western State Design for designing and installing laundry equipment for no more than $416,038;

• R&S Erection for loading dock equipment for no more than $29,792;

• Peninsulators for window coverings no more than $19,850;

• National Air Balance Company for balance services no more than $205,000;

• Johnson Controls for building automation controls no more than $671,534;

• Metropolitan Electrical Construction for communications infrastructure for no more than $331,500;

• Presentation Products doing business as Spinitar for infrastructure for audio visual for no more than $424,000;

• Robert A. Bothman, Inc. for site concrete for no more than $1,458,045;

• Townsend & Schmidt Masonry not to exceed $1,252,310;

• Kwan Wo Ironworks for miscellaneous metal other than structural steel and framing no more than $1,775,000;

• Roebbelen Contracting for rough carpentry no more than $1,035,000;

• Kings Roofing for roofing, skylights and waterproofing for no more than $1,623,202;

• Raymond Ground for fireproofing no more than $842,000;

• Midstate Specialties for overhead doors, commercial doors, frames and hardware for no more than $1,183,910;

• Superior Tile and Stone for tile no more than $1,069,955;

• Superior Tile and Stone for terrazzo no more than $55,727;

• ISEC, Incorporated for specialties no more than $781,344;

• Pacific Glazing Contractors for storefront curtain wall and glazing no more than $4,791,984;

• Standard Drywall Incorporated for framing and drywall no more than $8,651,069;

• Raymond Group for plaster no more than $1,403,361;

• Ghilotti Construction Company for finish grading and asphalt pavement no more than $1,450,000; and

• Kamran and Company, Inc. for food service equipment no more than $2,760,000.

The county is financing the new jail on 495 acres of Maple Street by issuing up to $215 million in lease revenue bonds. When open, the jail will have 576 beds for both men and women on three stories and 40 feet of unfinished space known as a warm shell which can be developed in the future if the need arises. Future buildout can be up to 832 beds.

The Board of Supervisors meets 9 a.m. Tuesday, May 6 in Board Chambers, 400 County Government Center, Redwood City.

 

 

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