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File #: 21-6412    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Investment Memo Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 11/15/2021 In control: Commissioners Court
On agenda: 11/30/2021 Final action:
Title: Request for approval of the Final Investment Memo for the Youth Services Center Renovations project for an initial amount of $127,000 and request for approval of initial commercial paper funding in the amount of $130,000.
Attachments: 1. 21-6412 Youth Services Center Renovations.pdf
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Department: Harris County Resources for Children and Adults
Department Head: Joel Levine, Executive Director

Regular or Supplemental RCA: Regular RCA
Type of Request: Investment Memo
Investment Memo Type: Final Investment Memo

Project Name: Youth Services Center Renovations
Project ID (if applicable): N/A
Vendor Legal Name (if applicable): J. Tyler, Carroll's Office Furniture, Millennium Contractors, Energy Core Office Interiors, D&C, ESI
MWDBE Participation (if applicable): N/A

Managing Entity: Harris County Resources for Children and Adults, County Engineer (FPM)
Incremental Authorization Requested: $127,000
Total Estimated Project Cost: $127,000

Request Summary:
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Request for approval of the Final Investment Memo for the Youth Services Center Renovations project for an initial amount of $127,000 and request for approval of initial commercial paper funding in the amount of $130,000.
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Project Description:
On May 11, 2021, Commissioners Court approved the Budget Office's (OMB) recommendations on Rollover requests. OMB recommended that $390,000 go to operations projects at Harris County Resources for Children and Adults. Of this amount, $127,000 is requested for this project, and $112,000 is being requested concurrently for another project at 2525 Murworth.
This project at 6300 Chimney Rock consists of four parts:
1. New exterior furniture (picnic tables and benches) for the Emergency Shelter recreational areas, new beds for the 24 bedrooms in the Shelter, upgraded workstations in the Shelter Library, and new furniture in the TRIAD holding areas.
2. An exterior storage shed for the Emergency Shelter's new garden tools and equipment.
3. Secure card readers for controlled access at the entrance to the Administration and Community Youth Services areas.
4. Repairs to damages in the DFPS area of the Youth Services Center. These damages include holes in the walls, large areas of scraped paint on the walls, damaged window coverings, doors, and locks.
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