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Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 681   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
(IRI) and pavement distress data collection
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The recent community survey found that there was a 17% increase in the negative perception on the smoothness of roads. We do not use smoothness of roads as a pavement condition index as it was found that it is a perception issue instead of a distress issue. It can be measured using the international roughness index which is used by TDOT for a payment factor on interstate highways. Smoothness tends to be more critical on high speed roadways but since the community is surveyed for this particular issue, it may provide valuable information to have an additional objective rating for smoothness when evaluating the resurfacing list.
In order to quantify the roughness of our streets I propose a project to collect international roughness index (IRI) and pavement distress data on all City streets.
It is estimated that the replacement cost of the roadway system is approximately $2 billion dollars and the pavement distress data and the IRI data collection would be approximately $400,000 dollars.
This is 0.02% of the network value.
Eddie Tate
Senior Engineer
etate@chattanooga.gov
tel:(423) 643-6192

Importance of Project and Why

.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$400,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
2018_0126_CDOTCapital_Submitted.xlsx, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-2018_0126.pdf, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-detail-2018_0126.pdf
Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Eddie Tate or Matthew Snyder etate@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 2968   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
(IRI) and pavement distress data collection
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The recent community survey found that there was a 17% increase in the negative perception on the smoothness of roads. We do not use smoothness of roads as a pavement condition index as it was found that it is a perception issue instead of a distress issue. It can be measured using the international roughness index which is used by TDOT for a payment factor on interstate highways. Smoothness tends to be more critical on high speed roadways but since the community is surveyed for this particular issue, it may provide valuable information to have an additional objective rating for smoothness when evaluating the resurfacing list.

In order to quantify the roughness of our streets I propose a project to collect international roughness index (IRI) and pavement distress data on all City streets.

It is estimated that the replacement cost of the roadway system is approximately $2 billion dollars and the pavement distress data and the IRI data collection would be approximately $400,000 dollars.

This is 0.02% of the network value.

Eddie Tate

Senior Engineer

etate@chattanooga.gov

tel:(423) 643-6192

Importance of Project and Why

.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$400,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

2018_0126_CDOTCapital_Submitted.xlsx, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-2018_0126.pdf, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-detail-2018_0126.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Eddie Tate or Matthew Snyder etate@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 8061   Ready for Review?
Project Name
(IRI) and pavement distress data collection
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The recent community survey found that there was a 17% increase in the negative perception on the smoothness of roads. We do not use smoothness of roads as a pavement condition index as it was found that it is a perception issue instead of a distress issue. It can be measured using the international roughness index which is used by TDOT for a payment factor on interstate highways. Smoothness tends to be more critical on high speed roadways but since the community is surveyed for this particular issue, it may provide valuable information to have an additional objective rating for smoothness when evaluating the resurfacing list.
In order to quantify the roughness of our streets I propose a project to collect international roughness index (IRI) and pavement distress data on all City streets.
It is estimated that the replacement cost of the roadway system is approximately $2 billion dollars and the pavement distress data and the IRI data collection would be approximately $400,000 dollars.
This is 0.02% of the network value.
Eddie Tate
Senior Engineer
etate@chattanooga.gov
tel:(423) 643-6192

Importance of Project and Why

.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$400,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

2018_0126_CDOTCapital_Submitted.xlsx, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-2018_0126.pdf, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-detail-2018_0126.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Eddie Tate or Matthew Snyder etate@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 8089   Ready for Review?
Project Name
(IRI) and pavement distress data collection
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The recent community survey found that there was a 17% increase in the negative perception on the smoothness of roads. We do not use smoothness of roads as a pavement condition index as it was found that it is a perception issue instead of a distress issue. It can be measured using the international roughness index which is used by TDOT for a payment factor on interstate highways. Smoothness tends to be more critical on high speed roadways but since the community is surveyed for this particular issue, it may provide valuable information to have an additional objective rating for smoothness when evaluating the resurfacing list.
In order to quantify the roughness of our streets I propose a project to collect international roughness index (IRI) and pavement distress data on all City streets.
It is estimated that the replacement cost of the roadway system is approximately $2 billion dollars and the pavement distress data and the IRI data collection would be approximately $400,000 dollars.
This is 0.02% of the network value.
Eddie Tate
Senior Engineer
etate@chattanooga.gov
tel:(423) 643-6192

Importance of Project and Why

.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$400,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

2018_0126_CDOTCapital_Submitted.xlsx, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-2018_0126.pdf, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-detail-2018_0126.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Eddie Tate or Matthew Snyder etate@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 9866   Ready for Review?
Project Name
3rd / 4th Street
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project will create a new connection between 3rd Street and Riverside Drive at Siskin Drive, bring the intersection of Riverside Drive and Mabel Street to an at-grade intersection, streetscape improvements along 4th Street between Georgia Ave and 3rd Street, transforming 3rd Street between Mabel and Palmetto by creating a boulevard style street with 2 lanes each direction with on-street parking and sidewalks, lane adjustments on 3rd Street with addition of on-street parking through the hospital area, and convert Linday and Houston to 2-way streets between Riverside Drive and Vine Street, and transforming to a bouelvard style roadway between Siskin and High Street that includes on-street parking and sidewalks. A greenway connection between 3rd Street and the Riverwalk will also be included in the project. This project is in the FY 2017 – 2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), a regional plan that programs federal funds received in the City.

Importance of Project and Why

The project will transform the 3rd and 4th Street area from Georgia Ave. to Hampton St. into a well-connected grid of 2-way streets with at-grade intersections, and will change Riverfront Parkway from a high speed highway into an urban boulevard with calmed traffic and pedestrian/bicycle facilities. This project is in the FY 2017 – 2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), a regional plan that programs federal funds received in the City.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$1,700,000 $6,800,000
Breakdown of External Funds

Federal TIP = $6,800,000

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
8500000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: $8,500,000
FY 2022: $0
FY 2023: $0
FY 2024: $0
Expected In-Service Date
December 30, 2022
Useful Life
50
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
17000000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 9866

Green: The Results Teams are excited to review your full offer.
Reviewer Comments

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11747   Ready for Review?
Project Name
3rd / 4th Street (REQ)
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project will create a new connection between 3rd Street and Riverside Drive at Siskin Drive, bring the intersection of Riverside Drive and Mabel Street to an at-grade intersection, streetscape improvements along 4th Street between Georgia Ave and 3rd Street, transforming 3rd Street between Mabel and Palmetto by creating a boulevard style street with 2 lanes each direction with on-street parking and sidewalks, lane adjustments on 3rd Street with addition of on-street parking through the hospital area, and convert Linday and Houston to 2-way streets between Riverside Drive and Vine Street, and transforming to a bouelvard style roadway between Siskin and High Street that includes on-street parking and sidewalks. A greenway connection between 3rd Street and the Riverwalk will also be included in the project. This project is in the FY 2017 – 2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), a regional plan that programs federal funds received in the City.

Importance of Project and Why

The project will transform the 3rd and 4th Street area from Georgia Ave. to Hampton St. into a well-connected grid of 2-way streets with at-grade intersections, and will change Riverfront Parkway from a high speed highway into an urban boulevard with calmed traffic and pedestrian/bicycle facilities. This project is in the FY 2017 – 2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), a regional plan that programs federal funds received in the City.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$1,700,000 $6,800,000
Breakdown of External Funds

Federal TIP = $6,800,000

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
8500000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: $8,500,000
FY 2022: $0
FY 2023: $0
FY 2024: $0
Expected In-Service Date
December 30, 2022
Useful Life
50
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
17000000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

TIP Estimate + Current project design cost estimates
NEPA = $1.5M
DESIGN = $2.0M
ROW = $7.0M
CONST = $17.0M
TOTAL = $27.5M
(CITY COST = 20% = $5.5M)

Impact on Operations

Some increases, some decreases: Removal of 2 bridges that require maintenance and inspection; addition of some traffic control signals, addition of trees in right-of-way

Project Address
3rd Street from Georgia to Central; 4th Street from Georgia to Mabel; Lindsay, one way to two way conversion, Riverside Drive to Vine Street; Houston, one way to two way conversion, Riverside Drive to Vine Street; Mabel from Riverside to 4th Street; Siskin Drive from 3rd Street to Riverside Drive; Riverside Drive from Georgia to new Siskin Drive Connection.
Detailed Description

Current Total Reimbursement to date (equals amount City must return to FHWA in the event of project cancellation/recision) = $887,133.19. Streetscaping along 4th Street from Georgia to Mabel; Streetscaping along 3rd Street from Georgia to new connection east of Mabel; Removal of 3rd street fly-over bridge between Mabel and Siskin; Transformation of 4th Street between Mabel and Siskin to a bouleavard style street with trees, multi-use pathways on each side, and on-street parking; extension of Siskin Drive to Riverside Drive; Grade integration at Riverside Drive and Mabel Street; Transformation of Riversdie Drive between new Siskin Connection and Georgia Ave to a boulevard style street with trees, bike lanes, on street parking, and sidewalks on each side.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
TN01-MC16-3rd-4th-St-Corridor_Current-TIP-Sheet.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11747   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Infrastructure
Impact
on Chattanooga
Advances Planning or Policy Priorities Addresses Existing System Needs Promotes Economic Development Leverages Collaboration and/or External Funds Overall
3.0 3.0 4.0 4.0 2.0 3.2
Reviewer Comments

Major transportation corridors are a priority project for integrating Public Art. If funded, would integrating public are with the design and/or construction process be feasible?

Why is signalization of 3rd and Mabel not a part of this project?
Update description to reflect inclusion in new TIP. Recommend adding discussion of importance of 3rd/4th St Medical District: Jim Williamson is a good contact


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17927   Ready for Review?
Project Name
3rd / 4th Street (REQ)
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project will create a new connection between 3rd Street and Riverside Drive at Siskin Drive, bring the intersection of Riverside Drive and Mabel Street to an at-grade intersection, streetscape improvements along 4th Street between Georgia Ave and 3rd Street, transforming 3rd Street between Mabel and Palmetto by creating a boulevard style street with 2 lanes each direction with on-street parking and sidewalks, lane adjustments on 3rd Street with addition of on-street parking through the hospital area, and convert Linday and Houston to 2-way streets between Riverside Drive and Vine Street, and transforming to a bouelvard style roadway between Siskin and High Street that includes on-street parking and sidewalks. A greenway connection between 3rd Street and the Riverwalk will also be included in the project. This project is in the FY 2017 – 2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), a regional plan that programs federal funds received in the City.

Importance of Project and Why

The project will transform the 3rd and 4th Street area from Georgia Ave. to Hampton St. into a well-connected grid of 2-way streets with at-grade intersections, and will change Riverfront Parkway from a high speed highway into an urban boulevard with calmed traffic and pedestrian/bicycle facilities. This project is in the FY 2017 – 2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), a regional plan that programs federal funds received in the City.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$1,700,000 $6,800,000
Breakdown of External Funds

Federal TIP = $6,800,000

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
8500000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: $8,500,000
FY 2022: $0
FY 2023: $0
FY 2024: $0
Expected In-Service Date
December 30, 2022
Useful Life
50
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
17000000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

TIP Estimate + Current project design cost estimates
NEPA = $1.5M
DESIGN = $2.0M
ROW = $7.0M
CONST = $17.0M
TOTAL = $27.5M
(CITY COST = 20% = $5.5M)

Impact on Operations

Some increases, some decreases: Removal of 2 bridges that require maintenance and inspection; addition of some traffic control signals, addition of trees in right-of-way

Project Address
3rd Street from Georgia to Central; 4th Street from Georgia to Mabel; Lindsay, one way to two way conversion, Riverside Drive to Vine Street; Houston, one way to two way conversion, Riverside Drive to Vine Street; Mabel from Riverside to 4th Street; Siskin Drive from 3rd Street to Riverside Drive; Riverside Drive from Georgia to new Siskin Drive Connection.
Detailed Description

Current Total Reimbursement to date (equals amount City must return to FHWA in the event of project cancellation/recision) = $887,133.19. Streetscaping along 4th Street from Georgia to Mabel; Streetscaping along 3rd Street from Georgia to new connection east of Mabel; Removal of 3rd street fly-over bridge between Mabel and Siskin; Transformation of 4th Street between Mabel and Siskin to a bouleavard style street with trees, multi-use pathways on each side, and on-street parking; extension of Siskin Drive to Riverside Drive; Grade integration at Riverside Drive and Mabel Street; Transformation of Riversdie Drive between new Siskin Connection and Georgia Ave to a boulevard style street with trees, bike lanes, on street parking, and sidewalks on each side.

Answer to CIP Feedback 1 asking about public art opportunity with this project: Provision can be made to include the City’s public art department in the Design phase of this project; however, the project is federally funded and as such is subject to federal funding constraints and it may not be feasible to make scope/funding changes to have the project pay for the addition of public art.

Answer to OCP Feedback 1 asking why signalization of 3rd & Mable isn’t included in project: 3rd St is expected to develop into a driveway/alley access type of street rather than a main thoroughfare, no signal will be installed at 3rd & Mable. Answer to OCP Feedback 2 asking for updated description reflecting inclusion in new TIP: This project anticipates full construction funding in FY 2020-FY2023 TIP.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
11747_11747_TN01-MC16-3rd-4th-St-Corridor_Current-TIP-Sheet.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 10341   Ready for Review?
Project Name
3rd Street at Palmetto Traffic Signal Installation
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Location meets warrant analysis. With Erlanger’s Children Hospital about to open up will generate more vehicle and pedestrian traffic.

Importance of Project and Why

The intersection warrants a signal and with the new Children’s Hospital opening up will need to be signalized for more vehicle and pedestrian traffic. It is for the safety of the citizens.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$250,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds

n/a

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
250000
Expected In-Service Date
May 1, 2020
Useful Life
25
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
250000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Tommy Trotter ttrotter@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 10341

Green: The Results Teams are excited to review your full offer.
Reviewer Comments

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11806   Ready for Review?
Project Name
3rd Street at Palmetto Traffic Signal Installation
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Location meets warrant analysis. With Erlanger’s Children Hospital about to open up will generate more vehicle and pedestrian traffic.

Importance of Project and Why

The intersection warrants a signal and with the new Children’s Hospital opening up will need to be signalized for more vehicle and pedestrian traffic. It is for the safety of the citizens.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$250,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds

n/a

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
250000
Expected In-Service Date
May 1, 2020
Useful Life
25
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
250000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Estimate material and labor costs.

Impact on Operations

Infrastructure improvements. Will facilitate the movement of both pedestrian and vehicular traffic at the intersection of Palmetto and E. 3rd Street supporting a well-connected grid as a part of the 3rd and 4th Street Project.

Project Address
Intersection of E. 3rd St. and Palmetto St. (Between the 800-900 block of E. 3rd St.)
Detailed Description

Traffic signal installation with pedestrian accommodations. This signal has been requested by key stakeholders at this intersection and has the potential to be funded through a partnership agreement so that it could be installed before construction of the 3rd & 4th Street Project will be completed.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Signal-Warrant-Analysis-3rd-St-Palmetto-St-20180904.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Tommy Trotter ttrotter@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11806   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Infrastructure
Impact
on Chattanooga
Advances Planning or Policy Priorities Addresses Existing System Needs Promotes Economic Development Leverages Collaboration and/or External Funds Overall
4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 5.0 4.2
Reviewer Comments

Needed; hits the mark for Safer Street

Offer description indicates the potential for a partnership agreement; what is potential cost share, who are potential partners? If a partnership agreement is not reached, what would be impact of delaying this project until reconstruction of 3rd St? If project is constructed prior to 3rd St, can it be built to require minimal changes when that project proceeds (avoiding double-cost for resetting poles, installing new sensors, etc.)?


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17986   Ready for Review?
Project Name
3rd Street at Palmetto Traffic Signal Installation
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Location meets warrant analysis. With Erlanger’s Children Hospital about to open up will generate more vehicle and pedestrian traffic.

Importance of Project and Why

The intersection warrants a signal and with the new Children’s Hospital opening up will need to be signalized for more vehicle and pedestrian traffic. It is for the safety of the citizens.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$250,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds

n/a

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
250000
Expected In-Service Date
May 1, 2020
Useful Life
25
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
250000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Estimate material and labor costs.

Impact on Operations

Infrastructure improvements. Will facilitate the movement of both pedestrian and vehicular traffic at the intersection of Palmetto and E. 3rd Street supporting a well-connected grid as a part of the 3rd and 4th Street Project.

Project Address
Intersection of E. 3rd St. and Palmetto St. (Between the 800-900 block of E. 3rd St.)
Detailed Description

Answer to feedback question from OCP:
The potential stakeholders are Erlanger and UTC (future facilities) with Erlanger being the likely funding source of those two. The potential cost share is unknown at this point. The 3rd Street design would need to progress to the point that minimal changes in infrastructure could be assured; we would definitely make the project design review a consideration as we moved toward construction and facilitate “permanent” construction to the extent possible.

Traffic signal installation with pedestrian accommodations. This signal has been requested by key stakeholders at this intersection and has the potential to be funded through a partnership agreement so that it could be installed before construction of the 3rd & 4th Street Project will be completed.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
11806_11806_Signal-Warrant-Analysis-3rd-St-Palmetto-St-20180904.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Tommy Trotter ttrotter@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 10190   Ready for Review?
Project Name
613 Broad Street Sidewalk Repair
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Public Safety Repair of sidewalk at 631 Broad St. next to Republic Parking

Importance of Project and Why

4 inches of the existing underside of the sidewalk has fallen away. Sidewalk here is supposed to be 8 inches with reinforcement.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$150,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
150000
Expected In-Service Date
June 1, 2019
Useful Life
50 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
150000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 10190

Yellow: Proceed, but know this offer may need significant changes and that funding is limited.
Reviewer Comments

This cost estimate seems high. Please provide additional detail.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11800   Ready for Review?
Project Name
613 Broad Street Sidewalk Repair
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Public Safety Repair of sidewalk at 631 Broad St. next to Republic Parking

Importance of Project and Why

4 inches of the existing underside of the sidewalk has fallen away. Sidewalk here is supposed to be 8 inches with reinforcement.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$150,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
150000
Expected In-Service Date
June 1, 2019
Useful Life
50 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
150000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Preliminary Engineers Estimate

Impact on Operations

Maintenance of Existing Infrastructure

Project Address
613 Broad St
Detailed Description

The Sidewalk is spanning a cavity one story below. The estimate is based on what it would take to demo the concrete support beams in this half a block, and either fill the void and reconstruct the sidewalk or re-span the void with structural columns and beams. This is a public safety hazard. Link to Project Info to date: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1ic92-U2qEZxo1EmCUJTsKgYudwMyTlWk

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
SR3837080.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11800   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Infrastructure
Impact
on Chattanooga
Advances Planning or Policy Priorities Addresses Existing System Needs Promotes Economic Development Leverages Collaboration and/or External Funds Overall
4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.0 3.8
Reviewer Comments

Exposure to liability and further costs if not repaired

Public safety hazard; this should be a high priority.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17980   Ready for Review?
Project Name
613 Broad Street Sidewalk Repair
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Public Safety Repair of sidewalk at 631 Broad St. next to Republic Parking

Importance of Project and Why

4 inches of the existing underside of the sidewalk has fallen away. Sidewalk here is supposed to be 8 inches with reinforcement.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$150,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
150000
Expected In-Service Date
June 1, 2019
Useful Life
50 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
150000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Preliminary Engineers Estimate

Impact on Operations

Maintenance of Existing Infrastructure

Project Address
613 Broad St
Detailed Description

Answer to CIP Committee Feedback 1: CWS has placed a metal plate across the slab.

The Sidewalk is spanning a cavity one story below. The estimate is based on what it would take to demo the concrete support beams in this half a block, and either fill the void and reconstruct the sidewalk or re-span the void with structural columns and beams. This is a public safety hazard. Link to Project Info to date: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1ic92-U2qEZxo1EmCUJTsKgYudwMyTlWk

Exposure to liability and further costs if not repaired.
Public safety hazard; this should be a high priority.
Answer to CIP Committee Feedback 1: CWS has placed a metal plate across the slab.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
11800_SR3837080.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1313   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
8th Street Shared Space
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project is complete. This budgetary ask is to correct the budget authority and account for the grant agreement with a private third party.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
0 140,000
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

2018_0126_CDOTCapital_Submitted.xlsx, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-2018_0126.pdf, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-detail-2018_0126.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Lezlie Rupert lrupert@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 3034   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
8th Street Shared Space
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project is complete. This budgetary ask is to correct the budget authority and account for the grant agreement with a private third party.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
0 140,000
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

2018_0126_CDOTCapital_Submitted.xlsx, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-2018_0126.pdf, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-detail-2018_0126.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Lezlie Rupert lrupert@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 988   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Accela cloud upgrade for Treasury office
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Technology
Department/Agency Type
Finance and Administration Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Accela is the software used for permitting and licensing of business entities. The Treasury office is on an old server platform, and does not connect directly with the Land Development Office cloud platform. This offer will allow our systems to be on the same platform to ensure a seamless process between the Treasury and LDO office. This will also allow a easier process for citizens to apply for licenses, and allow IT to eliminate another old server.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
150,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Theresa Lee tlee@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 2976   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Accela cloud upgrade for Treasury office
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Technology
Department/Agency Type
Finance and Administration Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Accela is the software used for permitting and licensing of business entities. The Treasury office is on an old server platform, and does not connect directly with the Land Development Office cloud platform. This offer will allow our systems to be on the same platform to ensure a seamless process between the Treasury and LDO office. This will also allow a easier process for citizens to apply for licenses, and allow IT to eliminate another old server.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
150,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Theresa Lee tlee@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 19369   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Airport Area Roadway Improvements
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Complete street on Airport Rd with connections (sidewalks/shared use paths to existing termini such as the SCC Greenway and the TDOT interchange sidewalks) The Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport Authority has requested this project of The City and CDOT

Importance of Project and Why

Establishes multi-modal connections from the larger system and nearby neighborhoods.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$1,500,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
1500000
Expected In-Service Date
June 30, 2021
Useful Life
50
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
1500000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Office of Capital Planning

Impact on Operations
Project Address
1001 Airport Road
Detailed Description

Feedback Response: “The Airport Area Improvements project still needs final vetting of council leadership, mayor’s office, and Capital planning, however progress that has been made recently confirms the initial intent of this capital budget line item which is to support our city planning process with public infrastructure funding that prioritizes the proposed outcomes and recommendations of good planning.

Possible projects for implementation that the planning team has identified include:
Public Realm Improvements Independent from Land Development
1. sidewalk gap construction from Jubilee Drive to the existing water quality park on the west side of Brainerd Road at Chickamauga Creek. This gap is estimated at $100-$200k and would stitch together significant public sidewalk infrastructure not the least of which is the South Chick Creek Greenway.
2. Safety improvements to the Chickamauga Triangle at the intersection of Lee Hwy and Airport Road
Public Realm Improvements That Leverage Land Development:
1. This project category is seen as a fund that would be deployed in concert with land development improvements to incentivize safety and/or other streetscape improvements that are more valuable if they are paired with private development to improve the area.

Estimated budget is less dependent on the estimated costs of these projects and more a function of the fiscal constraint and balance of priorities citywide. Substantial improvements could be seen with investments from $100k up to $1.5M spread throughout these project types. “

Please refer to Office of Capital Planning for description as this was requested as an earmark for a yet to be determined project scope.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 10234   Ready for Review?
Project Name
All Police Facilities Security Enhancements
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Police Department Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The request will allow for numerous upgrades to continue security enhancements for all Police Facilities. The security enhancements is not a conveyance factor however a necessary to protect citizens and employees of the Chattanooga Police Department. The list below pertains the targets we are seeking funding to accomplish. Please Note the Safe Zone we opened at the Police Service Center has made an impact on keeping our Community Members safe and I feel the Brained area would make an impact as well. Thank you for consideration. Please review list below.
Capital security enhancement
Estimated amount
Screen for fence at 11th Street – 2,000.00
50/50 Turnstall with 911 with card entry – 12,000.00
Solar gate operator at Wisdom street #2 gate – 5,500.00
Network vendor gate to 911 (button to open) – 1,600.00
Network Amnicola gate to 911 (button to open) – 1,600.00
Screens on fence at new Main entry gate – 1,400.00
Replace 3 PTZ (pan tilt zoom) cameras on the rear of the PSC lot – 9,000.00
Replace 2 PTZ( pan tilt zoom) cameras on the rear of the Civilian lot – 6,000.00
Replace 3 PTZ (pan tilt zoom) cameras on the Confiscation lot – 9,000.00
PSC various interior camera replacements – 12,000.00
Safety Zone II Location FJC – 25,200.00
Total
85,300.00

Importance of Project and Why

Security Enhancements is a necessary and not a convenience, the funding (if approved) will allow security improvements to our facilities that City employees and community members will benefit from implementing these security enhancement to all Police facilities.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
83,300.00 00.00
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
83300
Expected In-Service Date
August 12, 2019
Useful Life
9 months
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
83300.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Randy Bell rwbell@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 10234

Green: The Results Teams are excited to review your full offer.
Reviewer Comments

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11822   Ready for Review?
Project Name
All Police Facilities Security Enhancements
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Police Department Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The request will allow for numerous upgrades to continue security enhancements for all Police Facilities. The security enhancements is not a conveyance factor however a necessary to protect citizens and employees of the Chattanooga Police Department. The list below pertains the targets we are seeking funding to accomplish. Please Note the Safe Zone we opened at the Police Service Center has made an impact on keeping our Community Members safe and I feel the Brained area would make an impact as well. Thank you for consideration. Please review list below.
Capital security enhancement
Estimated amount
Screen for fence at 11th Street – 2,000.00
50/50 Turnstall with 911 with card entry – 12,000.00
Solar gate operator at Wisdom street #2 gate – 5,500.00
Network vendor gate to 911 (button to open) – 1,600.00
Network Amnicola gate to 911 (button to open) – 1,600.00
Screens on fence at new Main entry gate – 1,400.00
Replace 3 PTZ (pan tilt zoom) cameras on the rear of the PSC lot – 9,000.00
Replace 2 PTZ( pan tilt zoom) cameras on the rear of the Civilian lot – 6,000.00
Replace 3 PTZ (pan tilt zoom) cameras on the Confiscation lot – 9,000.00
PSC various interior camera replacements – 12,000.00
Safety Zone II Location FJC – 25,200.00
Total
85,300.00

Importance of Project and Why

Security Enhancements is a necessary and not a convenience, the funding (if approved) will allow security improvements to our facilities that City employees and community members will benefit from implementing these security enhancement to all Police facilities.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
83,300.00 0
Breakdown of External Funds

none

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
83300
Expected In-Service Date
August 12, 2019
Useful Life
9 months
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
83300.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

The official cost is 85300. The math was wrong on the original total.

Impact on Operations

Increase for sworn and civilians and sworn in the building of the Chattanooga Police Department

Project Address
3410 Amnicola Highway
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Randy Bell rwbell@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11822   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Internal City Operations
Promotes Sustainability
(facilities projects only)
Impact on
Operational Performance or
Service Provision
Addresses Critical
Health/Safety Need
or Operational Control
Effect on Operating &
Maintenance Costs
Overall
4.0 3.0 4.0 3.0 3.5
Reviewer Comments

There could be more detail on the strategy behind these enhancements and the direct impacts. Consider some of it for R&R (replacement cameras)?

Useful life is shown as only 9 months; shouldn’t this be greater?

To echo CIP committee feedback, can cameras or some of these improvements be covered through R&R?


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 18000   Ready for Review?
Project Name
All Police Facilities Security Enhancements
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Police Department Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The original request would have allowed allow for numerous upgrades to continue security enhancements for all Police Facilities. The security enhancements is not a convenience factor however a necessary to protect citizens and employees of the Chattanooga Police Department. The CPD Finance Manager and I decide to address some of these items in Operational. The amount total is now reduced to $53,500.. The former list below pertains the targets we are seeking our funding to accomplish. Please Note the Safe Zone we opened at the Police Service Center has made an impact on keeping our Community Members safe and I feel the Brained area would make an impact as well. Thank you for consideration. Please review list below.
Capital security enhancement
Estimated amount
Screen for fence at 11th Street – 2,000.00 ( Fencing Screen is a deterrent by not allowing clear view of activity. ( Removed )
50/50 Turnstall with 911 with card entry – 12,000.00 ( The new card entry will only allow Authorized in to our Secured Facility )
Solar gate operator at Wisdom street #2 gate – 5,500.00 ( The Operator will allow a quicker egress of Patrol during a Emergency Call-Out ) ( Removed )
Network vendor gate to 911 (button to open) – 1,600.00 (The Networked Operator will allow a quicker egress of Patrol during a Emergency Call-Out) ( Removed )
Network Amnicola gate to 911 (button to open) – 1,600.00 (The Networked Operator will allow a quicker egress of Patrol during a Emergency Call-Out) ( Removed )
Screens on fence at new Main entry gate – 1,400.00 (Fencing Screen is a deterrent by not allowing clear view of activity. ( Removed )
Replace 3 PTZ (pan tilt zoom) cameras on the rear of the PSC lot – 9,000.00 (The project is really adding additional Camera due to selecting new location of install for enhancements of views). The old camera will be terminated upon new install of PTZ
Replace 2 PTZ( pan tilt zoom) cameras on the rear of the Civilian lot – 6,000.00
Replace 3 PTZ (pan tilt zoom) cameras on the Confiscation lot – 9,000.00
PSC various interior camera replacements – 12,000.00
Safety Zone II Location FJC – 25,200.00 ( Removed )
Original Total was
85,300.00 —Now reduced to $53,500 and will seek the above items marked as (Removed) to fund out of Operational .

Importance of Project and Why

Security Enhancements is a necessary and not a convenience, the funding (if approved) will allow security improvements to our facilities that City employees and community members will benefit from implementing these security enhancement to all Police facilities.
Please Note the additional line item descriptions that I added in the above summery on 02/18/19, additional info will be given in Section 4

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
53,500.00 0
Breakdown of External Funds

none

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
53500
Expected In-Service Date
August 12, 2019
Useful Life
9 months to complete upgrades , The Equipment life 10 years, The statement below.. is a 2 part question
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
53500.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

The official cost has now been reduced 53,500.

Impact on Operations

Increase Security for sworn and civilians and sworn in the building of the Chattanooga Police Department.

Project Address
3410 Amnicola Highway
Detailed Description

The Targets now will be New Cameras,911/PSC Card entry Turnstall,1-Solar Gate Operator
Estimated amount (The project is really adding additional Camera due to selecting a new location to install for enhancements of views). The old camera will be terminated upon new install of PTZ
PSC various Exterior/Interior camera replacements – 36,000. (The project is really adding additional Camera due to selecting a new location to install due to enhancements of views). The old cameras will eventually be removed.
R&R could be considered if the cameras was as simple as unbolt and bolt new, however cabling,electrical and new location of mount in the vicinity of former mount will be required. The Solar Operator 5,500 for Emergency Egress, The 911/PSC Turn-stall 12,000 will be card entry access only.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Randy Bell rwbell@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1304   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Alley Program
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Fund a green alley program, which will implement a suite of alley construction and improvement techniques that will more efficiently manage stormwater and increase connectivity within neighborhoods. Successfully implemented examples are Virginia Avenue, Station Street and Johnson Street.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
250,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

2018_0126_CDOTCapital_Submitted.xlsx, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-2018_0126.pdf, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-detail-2018_0126.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Lezlie Rupert lrupert@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 10401   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Alley Program
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Fund a green alley program, which will implement a suite of alley construction and improvement techniques that will more efficiently manage stormwater and increase connectivity within neighborhoods. Successfully implemented examples are Virginia Avenue, Station Street and Johnson Street.

Importance of Project and Why

This project creates connectivity for all modes of personal transportation, resolves stormwater and drainage issues through partnering with the water quality division of Public Works, and creates opportunities for infill development.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$300,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds

n/a

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
300000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 300000
FY 2022: 350000
FY 2023: 350000
FY 2024: 400000
Expected In-Service Date
June 30, 2020
Useful Life
30
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
1700000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 10401

Yellow: Proceed, but know this offer may need significant changes and that funding is limited.
Reviewer Comments

Existing funds have not yet been expended. Please justify the request for additional funds.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 3029   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Alley Program
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Fund a green alley program, which will implement a suite of alley construction and improvement techniques that will more efficiently manage stormwater and increase connectivity within neighborhoods. Successfully implemented examples are Virginia Avenue, Station Street and Johnson Street.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
250,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

2018_0126_CDOTCapital_Submitted.xlsx, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-2018_0126.pdf, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-detail-2018_0126.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Lezlie Rupert lrupert@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11832   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Alley Program
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Fund a green alley program, which will implement a suite of alley construction and improvement techniques that will more efficiently manage stormwater and increase connectivity within neighborhoods. Successfully implemented examples are Virginia Avenue, Station Street and Johnson Street.

Importance of Project and Why

This project creates connectivity for all modes of personal transportation, resolves stormwater and drainage issues through partnering with the water quality division of Public Works, and creates opportunities for infill development.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$300,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds

n/a

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
300000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 300000
FY 2022: 350000
FY 2023: 350000
FY 2024: 400000
Expected In-Service Date
June 30, 2020
Useful Life
30
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
1700000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Preliminary Engineering Estimate based on previous alleyway projects

Impact on Operations

Potential to add connectivity; small increase to operations to maintain additional infrastructure.

Project Address
Citywide
Detailed Description

The purpose of this budget request is to reconstruct existing alleys that have deteriorated or to re-open alleys that are currently unmaintained that are beneficial to expanding connectivity or opening up opportunities for new development. Examples of these are Johnson Street and Station Street.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11832   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Infrastructure
Impact
on Chattanooga
Advances Planning or Policy Priorities Addresses Existing System Needs Promotes Economic Development Leverages Collaboration and/or External Funds Overall
4.0 4.0 4.0 3.0 2.0 3.4
Reviewer Comments

Would like to know areas proposed.
How many green alleys will be created?
How many can be addressed with each year’s funding?
Untapped areas that can be enhanced to connect neighborhoods and people
Seems like an attractive project for outside funders.
Have you considered incorporating funds for public art in this request? It could result in enhanced projects like River City’s Passageways activations. Suggest considering at least one alley project for artistic treatment and budgeting $15,000 for this

Unaddressed request from presubmittal:
Existing funds have not yet been expended. Please justify the request for additional funds.

Provide further detail on partnership with WQ and level of cost share.

Would help to have a prospective list of alley projects.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 18013   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Alley Program
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Fund a green alley program, which will implement a suite of alley construction and improvement techniques that will more efficiently manage stormwater and increase connectivity within neighborhoods. Successfully implemented examples are Virginia Avenue, Station Street and Johnson Street.

Importance of Project and Why

This project creates connectivity for all modes of personal transportation, resolves stormwater and drainage issues through partnering with the water quality division of Public Works, and creates opportunities for infill development.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$300,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds

n/a

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
300000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 300000
FY 2022: 350000
FY 2023: 350000
FY 2024: 400000
Expected In-Service Date
June 30, 2020
Useful Life
30
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
1700000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Preliminary Engineering Estimate based on previous alleyway projects

Impact on Operations

Potential to add connectivity; small increase to operations to maintain additional infrastructure.

Project Address
Citywide
Detailed Description

Feedback to CIP: All areas with alleys are eligible for funding, which generally includes downtown and the older neighborhoods surrounding downtown. The plan is to do 1 alley per year. Public art will be incorporated where applicable and $15,000 is reasonable and achievable. Feedback to OCP: Last years funds were not spent due to staff capacity. This year we anticipate being able to complete our first project under this program. Additional dollars will allow us to tackle a larger project as our first one out of the gate In FY19, WQ contributed $100k and CDOT contributed $250k to the program. This allows us to incorporate water quality elements into the project in order to achieve two goals at once. Potential locations that are being considered: Memorial Street btwn McCallie and Vine, an alley from Memorial Street to Houston between McCallie and Vine, the alley from Williams to Market just north of Main Street. Alleys in Oak Grove, Highland Park, and Alton Park neighborhoods are also being considered.

The purpose of this budget request is to reconstruct existing alleys that have deteriorated or to re-open alleys that are currently unmaintained that are beneficial to expanding connectivity or opening up opportunities for new development. Examples of these are Johnson Street and Station Street.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 10019   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Alton Park Riverwalk Connector
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The Alton Park Riverwalk Connector will construct a shared use path along a former rail line that parallels 33rd St. and connects the Riverwalk on the west and Alton Park and Southside Community Park on the east. CDOT is partnering with the Trust for Public Land, who has donated the former rail property to the City and is leading community engagement and design.

Importance of Project and Why

This connection will provide a significant pedestrian and bicycle connection for the dense residential communities that surround it, expanding access to the employment, education, recreation, and daily shopping needs along Broad St. and further along the Riverwalk into downtown.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
150000 0
Breakdown of External Funds

N/A

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
150000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 200000
FY 2022: 2000000
FY 2023: 0
FY 2024: 0
Expected In-Service Date
December 31, 2022
Useful Life
50 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
2350000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 10019

Yellow: Proceed, but know this offer may need significant changes and that funding is limited.
Reviewer Comments

Please provide greater detail as to the planned expenditures in each fiscal year and their purpose. Is design already complete for the connector?

Also, this request does not reflect the TAP grant that has been applied for; please include those funds in this offer.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11784   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Alton Park Riverwalk Connector
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The Alton Park Riverwalk Connector will construct a shared use path along a former rail line that parallels 33rd St. and connects the Riverwalk on the west and Alton Park and Southside Community Park on the east. CDOT is partnering with the Trust for Public Land, who has donated the former rail property to the City and is leading community engagement and design.

Importance of Project and Why

This connection will provide a significant pedestrian and bicycle connection for the dense residential communities that surround it, expanding access to the employment, education, recreation, and daily shopping needs along Broad St. and further along the Riverwalk into downtown.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
150000 0
Breakdown of External Funds

N/A

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
150000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 200000
FY 2022: 2000000
FY 2023: 0
FY 2024: 0
Expected In-Service Date
December 31, 2022
Useful Life
50 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
2350000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Engineer’s Estimate based on the CMAQ Grant submitted in 2016; adjusted for 2019 Dollars

Impact on Operations

Creates new infrastructure and therefore will require future maintenance

Project Address
Parallel to W 33rd St from Broad St to Southside Park
Detailed Description

The breakdown of the requested funds by fiscal year are:
FY20 – funds are requested to hire a consulting firm to oversee the NEPA process, which is anticipated to include extensive environmental research and documentation due to potential remediation efforts along the former rail line.
FY 21 – funds are requested for all required permit fees and supplemental design funds. The Trust for Public Land has received $200,000 from the City for design and other activities related to the APRC (Res. No. 29265). TPL will be leading design throughout 2019. The resolution states that completion of construction documents will be completed “if funding allows.” These additional funds are requested to ensure construction documents can be completed.
FY 22 – funds are requested for construction of the APRC. In fall 2018, CDOT submitted a Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) grant to fund construction of one-half of the APRC (Alton Park Blvd. to Southside Community Park). We anticipate hearing the result of the grant application in spring 2019. If the TAP grant is successful, it will cover 80% of the construction cost for that half of the APRC. The $2,000,000 requested in FY22 includes funding for the first half of the APRC (80% federal funding with 20% local match) and local funding for the second half of the APRC (Riverwalk/St. Elmo Ave. to Alton Park Blvd.). The TAP grant application for construction of one-half of the APRC is for approximately $1,000,000, so the anticipated construction cost for the total project is $2,000,000.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Alton-Park-Riverwalk-Connector-TAP-2019-Budget.xlsx, Hamilton-County-City-of-Chattanooga-Alton-Park-Riverwalk-Connector-Phase-One.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11784   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Infrastructure
Impact
on Chattanooga
Advances Planning or Policy Priorities Addresses Existing System Needs Promotes Economic Development Leverages Collaboration and/or External Funds Overall
3.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 2.0 3.4
Reviewer Comments

Please provide data of those who currently use Riverpark to cement justification
Greenways are a priority project for integrating Public Art. Has TPL or CDOT already budgeted for artist involvement with this project? Yes or No?

Please add information regarding brownfields mitigation grant applied for by ECD; if that is not received will there be a request for that funding from the City?


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17956   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Alton Park Riverwalk Connector
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The Alton Park Riverwalk Connector will construct a shared use path along a former rail line that parallels 33rd St. and connects the Riverwalk on the west and Alton Park and Southside Community Park on the east. CDOT is partnering with the Trust for Public Land, who has donated the former rail property to the City and is leading community engagement and design.

Importance of Project and Why

This connection will provide a significant pedestrian and bicycle connection for the dense residential communities that surround it, expanding access to the employment, education, recreation, and daily shopping needs along Broad St. and further along the Riverwalk into downtown.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
150000 0
Breakdown of External Funds

N/A

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
150000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 200000
FY 2022: 2000000
FY 2023: 0
FY 2024: 0
Expected In-Service Date
December 31, 2022
Useful Life
50 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
2350000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Engineer’s Estimate based on the CMAQ Grant submitted in 2016; adjusted for 2019 Dollars

Impact on Operations

Creates new infrastructure and therefore will require future maintenance

Project Address
Parallel to W 33rd St from Broad St to Southside Park
Detailed Description

Feedback Response 1: In response to the CIP Committee feedback requesting data about Riverpark usage, between significant daily usage and special events throughout the year, the Tennessee Riverwalk draws between 750,000-1,000,000 pedestrians and bicyclists annually. In addition to extending access for recreational users, the Alton Park Riverwalk Connector also connects dense residential communities to jobs, schools, and daily shopping needs. As an important part of the City’s multi-modal transportation network, we anticipate that the Alton Park Riverwalk Connector will add to the daily usage of the Riverwalk and extend its usefulness as a significant element of daily transportation.
Feedback Response 2: In response to the CIP Committee feedback regarding public art, the engagement that TPL is leading along the Alton Park Riverwalk Connector corridor is being overseen by their Creative Placemaking Fellow. Consideration of how art and artists can be incorporated into the project will be a component of this engagement.
Feedback Response 3: In response to OCP feedback requesting information about the brownfields mitigation grant, ECD applied for an EPA Brownfields Cleanup Grant for $500,000. This grant would be used for remediation of the corridor in advance of any construction of the Alton Park Riverwalk Connector. The City anticipates hearing a decision about the grant in late spring-early summer 2019. Construction of the Alton Park Riverwalk Connector will involve remediation or capping of a portion of the site. We do not anticipate requesting this $500,000 if the EPA grant is not received, but the receipt of the grant may impact the construction cost of the Alton Park Riverwalk Connector.

The breakdown of the requested funds by fiscal year are:
FY20 – funds are requested to hire a consulting firm to oversee the NEPA process, which is anticipated to include extensive environmental research and documentation due to potential remediation efforts along the former rail line.
FY 21 – funds are requested for all required permit fees and supplemental design funds. The Trust for Public Land has received $200,000 from the City for design and other activities related to the APRC (Res. No. 29265). TPL will be leading design throughout 2019. The resolution states that completion of construction documents will be completed “if funding allows.” These additional funds are requested to ensure construction documents can be completed.
FY 22 – funds are requested for construction of the APRC. In fall 2018, CDOT submitted a Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) grant to fund construction of one-half of the APRC (Alton Park Blvd. to Southside Community Park). We anticipate hearing the result of the grant application in spring 2019. If the TAP grant is successful, it will cover 80% of the construction cost for that half of the APRC. The $2,000,000 requested in FY22 includes funding for the first half of the APRC (80% federal funding with 20% local match) and local funding for the second half of the APRC (Riverwalk/St. Elmo Ave. to Alton Park Blvd.). The TAP grant application for construction of one-half of the APRC is for approximately $1,000,000, so the anticipated construction cost for the total project is $2,000,000.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
11784_Alton-Park-Riverwalk-Connector-TAP-2019-Budget.xlsx, 11784_Hamilton-County-City-of-Chattanooga-Alton-Park-Riverwalk-Connector-Phase-One.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1231   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Amnicola Fleet Fueling Facility
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The City is in need of a new Fleet Fueling Facility in the Amnicola area to provide service to both passenger cars and large work trucks. An RFQ is currently out for qualifying consultants to design a new facility.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
TBD 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 2997   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Amnicola Fleet Fueling Facility
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The City is in need of a new Fleet Fueling Facility in the Amnicola area to provide service to both passenger cars and large work trucks. An RFQ is currently out for qualifying consultants to design a new facility.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
TBD 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
2997_Capital-Spreadsheet-for-submission.xlsx
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1252   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Amnicola Garage Roof Replacement
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The roof is past it’s useful life and is in need of a new replacement. Plans have been developed and are available for bidding, however current funding is not available. The OPCC is $400,000, and the need for RPR services is in the amount of $25,000.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
425,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 3013   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Amnicola Garage Roof Replacement
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The roof is past it’s useful life and is in need of a new replacement. Plans have been developed and are available for bidding, however current funding is not available. The OPCC is $400,000, and the need for RPR services is in the amount of $25,000.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
425,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 9963   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Automatic External Defibrillators (AED) Replacement
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Vehicles/Equipment
Department/Agency Type
Fire Department Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The Chattanooga Fire Department (CFD) would like to request funds to replace the department’s automatic external defibrillators (AEDs). The department’s AEDs have passed their life expectancy and are in need of replacement. All twenty-six frontline apparatus have AEDs, which are used on a daily basis for cardiac emergencies. These units are “workhorses” for the department and many lives have been saved with early automatic defibrillation.

The units have the ability to read a patient’s cardiac rhythms and can deliver “shocks” to put the patient’s heart back into a viable rhythm. The heart’s rhythm is what pumps oxygenated blood consistently all over the body.

Importance of Project and Why

As stated, AEDs are used on a daily basis all over the city. Over 45% of the department’s call load are emergencies for heart problems, breathing problems and other EMS-related emergencies. A large portion of these types of calls are cardiac-related. Used in conjunction with cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR), AEDs are the department’s “go-to” for cardiac emergencies. Even well administered CPR cannot shock a heart back into a viable rhythm.

The current units are greater than 5 years old and are not compatible with Hamilton County Emergency Medical Services (HCEMS), who provides EMS-transport locally. Because the CFD’s unit is not compatible, the AED pads must be removed and replaced with HCEMS pads. This action wastes time and money, and puts the patient at further risk. If funded, the department will seek to purchase units that are compatible with HCEMS, so that the pads can stay on the patient, time is not wasted during transfer, and HCEMS will replace our pads on scene, thereby eliminating the need to purchase replacement AED pads on every cardiac emergency. This will save thousands of dollars as each set of pads are over $50, and most importantly, it is much better for the patient.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
100000 0
Breakdown of External Funds

0

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
100000
Expected In-Service Date
October 1, 2019
Useful Life
5-6 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
100000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Seth Miller srmiller@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 9963

Green: The Results Teams are excited to review your full offer.
Reviewer Comments

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11781   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Automatic External Defibrillators (AED) Replacement
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Vehicles/Equipment
Department/Agency Type
Fire Department Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Automatic external defibrillators (AED) are a vital tool for the modern day fire department. Locally, the Chattanooga Fire Department (CFD) responds to hundreds of heart related emergencies every year. The units have the ability to read a patient’s cardiac rhythms and can deliver “shocks” to put the patient’s heart back into a viable rhythm. The heart’s rhythm is what pumps oxygenated blood consistently all over the body. With EMS responses being over 45% of the department’s call load, AEDs are extremely necessary tools in the life-saving care the department provides.

The CFD is requesting funds to replace the department’s automatic external defibrillators. The department’s AEDs have passed their life expectancy and are in need of replacement. All twenty-six frontline apparatus have AEDs, which are used on a daily basis for cardiac emergencies. These units are “workhorses” for the department and many lives have been saved with early automatic defibrillation.

Importance of Project and Why

As stated, AEDs are used on a daily basis all over the city. Over 45% of the department’s call load are emergencies for heart problems, breathing problems and other EMS-related emergencies. A large portion of these types of calls are cardiac-related. Used in conjunction with cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR), AEDs are the department’s “go-to” for cardiac emergencies. Even well administered CPR cannot shock a heart back into a viable rhythm. The most important reason for this program is that the department’s current units are greater than 5 years old and unfortunately have begun to have issues. There has even been at least one failure documented for a call that occurred in East Brainerd.

In addition, our AEDs are not compatible with the AED units that Hamilton County Emergency Medical Services (HCEMS) use. This means that our AED pads must be removed and replaced with HCEMS pads, which wastes time and money, and puts the patient at further risk. The pads are expensive at $51 per adult set and $101 per pediatric set. Since HCEMS provides EMS-transport locally and their unit is not compatible, the paramedics remove CFD pads and replace them with their unit’s pads. Again, this repeated action puts the patient further at risk and wastes money. If funded, the department will seek to purchase units that are compatible with HCEMS, so that the pads can stay on the patient and HCEMS would replace our pads on scene with some from their own inventory, thereby eliminating the need to purchase replacement AED pads on every cardiac emergency. This will save thousands of dollars, and most importantly, it is much better for the patient. This is a similar practice for other EMS-related equipment by an agreement between the two agencies.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
100000 0
Breakdown of External Funds

0

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
100000
Expected In-Service Date
October 1, 2019
Useful Life
5 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
100000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

The pricing came from a manufacturer’s website – www.aedsuperstore.com/physio-control-lifepak-1000.html. If awarded, this project would go through a bidding process.

Impact on Operations

Automatic external defibrillators (AED) are a critical part of the department’s response to cardiac emergencies. If the department is unable to replace these units prior to them falling into disrepair, a huge negative impact would occur in the department’s ability to respond to cardiac emergencies. The current AEDs have been out of warranty for approximately three years. Anecdotally, one of the AEDs actually failed on a CPR-in-progress at the Food City on East Brainerd Road last summer. It is time to replace this very important equipment.

Project Address
City-wide
Detailed Description

As stated, AEDs are used on a daily basis all over the city. Over 45% of the department’s call load are emergencies for heart problems, breathing problems and other EMS-related emergencies. A large portion of these types of calls are cardiac-related. Used in conjunction with cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR), AEDs are the department’s “go-to” for cardiac emergencies. Along with early CPR, early defibrillation is one of the key components to a patient’s ability to survive cardiac arrest. Even well administered CPR cannot shock a heart back into a viable rhythm, though. The most important reason for this program is that the department’s current units are greater than 5 years old and unfortunately have begun to have issues. There has even been at least one failure documented for a call that occurred in East Brainerd.

In addition, our AEDs are not compatible with the AED units that Hamilton County Emergency Medical Services (HCEMS) use. This means that our AED pads must be removed and replaced with HCEMS pads, which wastes time and money, and puts the patient at further risk. The pads are expensive at $51 per adult set and $101 per pediatric set. Since HCEMS provides EMS-transport locally and their unit is not compatible, the paramedics remove CFD pads and replace them with their unit’s pads. Again, this repeated action puts the patient further at risk and wastes money. If funded, the department will seek to purchase units that are compatible with HCEMS, so that the pads can stay on the patient and HCEMS would replace our pads on scene with some from their own inventory, thereby eliminating the need to purchase replacement AED pads on every cardiac emergency. This will save thousands of dollars, and most importantly, it is much better for the patient. This is a similar practice for other EMS-related equipment by an agreement between the two agencies.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
AED-Infographic.png
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Seth Miller srmiller@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11781   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Internal City Operations
Promotes Sustainability
(facilities projects only)
Impact on
Operational Performance or
Service Provision
Addresses Critical
Health/Safety Need
or Operational Control
Effect on Operating &
Maintenance Costs
Overall
3.0 5.0 5.0 4.0 4.3
Reviewer Comments

Well written offer. Consider funding from operations. Need a plan to replace without having to come and ask for this sort of critical equipment.

Replacement of these units should be a priority. Agree with committee feedback that these should be put on a sustainable replacement cycle through Operations. Need to work with Finance to determine most appropriate place for replacement funds for FY20.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17953   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Automatic External Defibrillators (AED) Replacement
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Vehicles/Equipment
Department/Agency Type
Fire Department Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Automatic external defibrillators (AED) are a vital tool for the modern day fire department. Locally, the Chattanooga Fire Department (CFD) responds to hundreds of heart related emergencies every year. The units have the ability to read a patient’s cardiac rhythms and can deliver “shocks” to put the patient’s heart back into a viable rhythm. The heart’s rhythm is what pumps oxygenated blood consistently all over the body. With EMS responses being over 45% of the department’s call load, AEDs are extremely necessary tools in the life-saving care the department provides.

The CFD is requesting funds to replace the department’s automatic external defibrillators. The department’s AEDs have passed their life expectancy and are in need of replacement. All twenty-six frontline apparatus have AEDs, which are used on a daily basis for cardiac emergencies. These units are “workhorses” for the department and many lives have been saved with early automatic defibrillation.

Importance of Project and Why

As stated, AEDs are used on a daily basis all over the city. Over 45% of the department’s call load are emergencies for heart problems, breathing problems and other EMS-related emergencies. A large portion of these types of calls are cardiac-related. Used in conjunction with cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR), AEDs are the department’s “go-to” for cardiac emergencies. Even well administered CPR cannot shock a heart back into a viable rhythm. The most important reason for this program is that the department’s current units are greater than 5 years old and unfortunately have begun to have issues. There has even been at least one failure documented for a call that occurred in East Brainerd.

In addition, our AEDs are not compatible with the AED units that Hamilton County Emergency Medical Services (HCEMS) use. This means that our AED pads must be removed and replaced with HCEMS pads, which wastes time and money, and puts the patient at further risk. The pads are expensive at $51 per adult set and $101 per pediatric set. Since HCEMS provides EMS-transport locally and their unit is not compatible, the paramedics remove CFD pads and replace them with their unit’s pads. Again, this repeated action puts the patient further at risk and wastes money. If funded, the department will seek to purchase units that are compatible with HCEMS, so that the pads can stay on the patient and HCEMS would replace our pads on scene with some from their own inventory, thereby eliminating the need to purchase replacement AED pads on every cardiac emergency. This will save thousands of dollars, and most importantly, it is much better for the patient. This is a similar practice for other EMS-related equipment by an agreement between the two agencies.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
100000 0
Breakdown of External Funds

0

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
100000
Expected In-Service Date
October 1, 2019
Useful Life
5 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
100000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

The pricing came from a manufacturer’s website – www.aedsuperstore.com/physio-control-lifepak-1000.html. If awarded, this project would go through a bidding process.

Impact on Operations

Automatic external defibrillators (AED) are a critical part of the department’s response to cardiac emergencies. If the department is unable to replace these units prior to them falling into disrepair, a huge negative impact would occur in the department’s ability to respond to cardiac emergencies. The current AEDs have been out of warranty for approximately three years. Anecdotally, one of the AEDs actually failed on a CPR-in-progress at the Food City on East Brainerd Road last summer. It is time to replace this very important equipment.

Project Address
City-wide
Detailed Description

Feedback Response 1 – “[AEDs] should be put on a sustainable replacement cycle through Operations.”
The department agrees completely. However, the only option to be funded through the current mechanisms of budget would be to place it in the R&R request. With the project being so large, we questioned whether R&R was the best fit, especially having received Capital funding for a similar replacement project in FY19. In addition, R&R funding doesn’t always meet the requested need. This would be a priority replacement though, so the department would be open to discussion regarding where to request this project.

As stated, AEDs are used on a daily basis all over the city. Over 45% of the department’s call load are emergencies for heart problems, breathing problems and other EMS-related emergencies. A large portion of these types of calls are cardiac-related. Used in conjunction with cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR), AEDs are the department’s “go-to” for cardiac emergencies. Along with early CPR, early defibrillation is one of the key components to a patient’s ability to survive cardiac arrest. Even well administered CPR cannot shock a heart back into a viable rhythm, though. The most important reason for this program is that the department’s current units are greater than 5 years old and unfortunately have begun to have issues. There has even been at least one failure documented for a call that occurred in East Brainerd.

In addition, our AEDs are not compatible with the AED units that Hamilton County Emergency Medical Services (HCEMS) use. This means that our AED pads must be removed and replaced with HCEMS pads, which wastes time and money, and puts the patient at further risk. The pads are expensive at $51 per adult set and $101 per pediatric set. Since HCEMS provides EMS-transport locally and their unit is not compatible, the paramedics remove CFD pads and replace them with their unit’s pads. Again, this repeated action puts the patient further at risk and wastes money. If funded, the department will seek to purchase units that are compatible with HCEMS, so that the pads can stay on the patient and HCEMS would replace our pads on scene with some from their own inventory, thereby eliminating the need to purchase replacement AED pads on every cardiac emergency. This will save thousands of dollars, and most importantly, it is much better for the patient. This is a similar practice for other EMS-related equipment by an agreement between the two agencies.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
11781_AED-Infographic.png
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Seth Miller srmiller@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 9959   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Ballistic Vest Replacement
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Vehicles/Equipment
Department/Agency Type
Fire Department Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The Chattanooga Fire Department (CFD) needs funding to replace the current ballistics vests. Unfortunately, the CFD responds to shootings and stabbings several times per month. There has also been a national increase in mass shootings, in which firefighters have played a role in victim stabilization and removal.

The current vests that members of the department utilize have reached their 5-year life expectancy and must be replaced to maintain industry standards. The vests sought are a better investment over the long run because the vests are designed to be “carriers” for ballistics plates. While there is more initial investment, in the future, only the “carriers” will need replacement, and the plates will be viable for many years.

Importance of Project and Why

As stated, unfortunately, stabbings, shootings, and mass casualty incidents are not declining. In fact, they appear to be occurring more frequently. Chattanooga is obviously not immune, as we endured a local terrorist attack on July 16, 2015. On top of that increasing type of incident, the CFD routinely responds to stabbings and shootings. In communities all across the United States, first responders have also been the intended targets of twisted individuals.

While it is not the CFD’s job to apprehend suspects or engage in law enforcement activities of any kind outside of arson investigation, the CFD simply wants to be prepared to respond to these types of incidents to provide patient and trauma care. The CFD strives to be compatible with NFPA 3000, Standard for Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response Incidents, and has collaborated with several local law enforcement agencies and other community entities to train for these types of incidents. The department has had ballistics vests for several years and desires to continue to protect its members from community members intent on doing harm.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
160000 0
Breakdown of External Funds

0

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
160000
Expected In-Service Date
October 1, 2019
Useful Life
5 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
160000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Seth Miller srmiller@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 9959

Yellow: Proceed, but know this offer may need significant changes and that funding is limited.
Reviewer Comments

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11778   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Ballistic Vest Replacement
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Vehicles/Equipment
Department/Agency Type
Fire Department Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The Chattanooga Fire Department (CFD) needs funding to replace the current ballistics vests. Unfortunately, the CFD responds to shootings and stabbings several times per month. There has also been a national increase in mass shootings, in which firefighters have played a role in victim stabilization and removal.

The current vests that members of the department utilize have reached their 5-year life expectancy and must be replaced to maintain industry standards. The vests sought are a better investment over the long run because the vests are designed to be “carriers” for ballistics plates. While there is more initial investment, in the future, only the “carriers” will need replacement, and the plates will be viable for many years.

Importance of Project and Why

As stated, unfortunately, stabbings, shootings, and mass casualty incidents are not declining. In fact, they appear to be occurring more frequently. Chattanooga is obviously not immune, as we endured a local terrorist attack on July 16, 2015. On top of that increasing type of incident, the CFD routinely responds to stabbings and shootings. In communities all across the United States, first responders have also been the intended targets of twisted individuals.

While it is not the CFD’s job to apprehend suspects or engage in law enforcement activities of any kind outside of arson investigation, the CFD simply wants to be prepared to respond to these types of incidents to provide patient trauma care. The CFD strives to be compatible with NFPA 3000, Standard for Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response Incidents, and has collaborated with several local law enforcement agencies, including the Chattanooga Police Department (CPD), and other community entities to train for these types of incidents. The department has had ballistics vests for several years and desires to continue to protect its members from community members intent on doing harm.

In addition, in this year’s annual state in-service training, the CFD and CPD have collaborated to provide specific training toward response to active shooter incidents. Obviously, the two departments play completely different roles, but the command staffs for both departments have acknowledged the need to work together to provide solutions for what will be a chaotic scene. The coordination is helping both of the departments organize the chaos by performing their duties as seamlessly as possible. CPD will take the lead and secure the area or building, creating a warm zone for every part of the area or building that is cleared. If there are victims within those warm zones, the CFD will provide patient care under the CPD’s protection. This cooperative situation cannot occur if the CFD does not have the necessary personal protective equipment (PPE) to perform our role, which puts more responsibility on CPD officers, who have a primary goal and duty to apprehend or eliminate the threat.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
160000 0
Breakdown of External Funds

0

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
160000
Expected In-Service Date
October 1, 2019
Useful Life
5 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
160000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

The basis for this cost estimate is a vendor quote (attached). If awarded, the equipment would go through the bid process, which would hopefully yield even better pricing.

Impact on Operations

The current ballistics vests will have reached their life cycles in April 2020, according to the national standards, as well as the manufacturer’s warranty. As stated, if the department is not able to replace the existing ballistics vests, it would significantly hamper, if not eliminate, the department’s ability to provide trauma care to victims of shootings or stabbings, or during active shooter incidents. This situation would also put undue responsibility on law enforcement agencies responding to these events because their focused attention on the assailant apprehension or elimination could be diverted to victims in need. If the CFD is able to complete this project, CPD can focus time, energy, and attention on the assailant, and allow the CFD to attend to the victim under their coordinated protection.

Project Address
City-wide
Detailed Description

As stated, unfortunately, stabbings, shootings, and mass casualty incidents are not declining. In fact, they appear to be occurring more frequently. Chattanooga is obviously not immune, as we endured a local terrorist attack on July 16, 2015. On top of that increasing type of incident, the CFD routinely responds to stabbings and shootings. In communities all across the United States, first responders have also been the intended targets of twisted individuals.

While it is not the CFD’s job to apprehend suspects or engage in law enforcement activities of any kind outside of arson investigation, the CFD simply wants to be prepared to respond to these types of incidents to provide patient trauma care. The CFD strives to be compatible with NFPA 3000, Standard for Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response Incidents, and has collaborated with several local law enforcement agencies, including the Chattanooga Police Department (CPD), and other community entities to train for these types of incidents. The department has had ballistics vests for several years and desires to continue to protect its members from community members intent on doing harm.

In addition, in this year’s annual state in-service training, the CFD and CPD have collaborated to provide specific training toward response to active shooter incidents. Obviously, the two departments play completely different roles, but the command staffs for both departments have acknowledged the need to work together to provide solutions for what will be a chaotic scene. The coordination is helping both of the departments organize the chaos by performing their duties as seamlessly as possible. CPD will take the lead and secure the area or building, creating a warm zone for every part of the area or building that is cleared. If there are victims within those warm zones, the CFD will provide patient care under the CPD’s protection. This cooperative situation cannot occur if the CFD does not have the necessary personal protective equipment (PPE) to perform our role, which puts more responsibility on CPD officers, who have a primary goal and duty to apprehend or eliminate the threat.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
hesco_bi_3401_18110.pdf, Estimate_1136_from_Tomahawk_Strategic_Solutions.pdf, ems_plate_carrier__emspc__product_page_mf_emspc_nb.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Seth Miller srmiller@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11778   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Internal City Operations
Promotes Sustainability
(facilities projects only)
Impact on
Operational Performance or
Service Provision
Addresses Critical
Health/Safety Need
or Operational Control
Effect on Operating &
Maintenance Costs
Overall
3.0 5.0 5.0 4.0 4.3
Reviewer Comments

Well written offer, but should this be phased as R&R? Impact if not replaced?

Is this a 1:1 replacement of existing vest inventory? Is count of 130 to cover a single concurrent shift at all stations? Could a smaller number of vests be stockpiled at central locations if used more for active shooter incidents? Also please address R&R question from committee.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17950   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Ballistic Vest Replacement
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Vehicles/Equipment
Department/Agency Type
Fire Department Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The Chattanooga Fire Department (CFD) needs funding to replace the current ballistics vests. Unfortunately, the CFD responds to shootings and stabbings several times per month. There has also been a national increase in mass shootings, in which firefighters have played a role in victim stabilization and removal.

The current vests that members of the department utilize have reached their 5-year life expectancy and must be replaced to maintain industry standards. The vests sought are a better investment over the long run because the vests are designed to be “carriers” for ballistics plates. While there is more initial investment, in the future, only the “carriers” will need replacement, and the plates will be viable for many years.

Importance of Project and Why

As stated, unfortunately, stabbings, shootings, and mass casualty incidents are not declining. In fact, they appear to be occurring more frequently. Chattanooga is obviously not immune, as we endured a local terrorist attack on July 16, 2015. On top of that increasing type of incident, the CFD routinely responds to stabbings and shootings. In communities all across the United States, first responders have also been the intended targets of twisted individuals.

While it is not the CFD’s job to apprehend suspects or engage in law enforcement activities of any kind outside of arson investigation, the CFD simply wants to be prepared to respond to these types of incidents to provide patient trauma care. The CFD strives to be compatible with NFPA 3000, Standard for Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response Incidents, and has collaborated with several local law enforcement agencies, including the Chattanooga Police Department (CPD), and other community entities to train for these types of incidents. The department has had ballistics vests for several years and desires to continue to protect its members from community members intent on doing harm.

In addition, in this year’s annual state in-service training, the CFD and CPD have collaborated to provide specific training toward response to active shooter incidents. Obviously, the two departments play completely different roles, but the command staffs for both departments have acknowledged the need to work together to provide solutions for what will be a chaotic scene. The coordination is helping both of the departments organize the chaos by performing their duties as seamlessly as possible. CPD will take the lead and secure the area or building, creating a warm zone for every part of the area or building that is cleared. If there are victims within those warm zones, the CFD will provide patient care under the CPD’s protection. This cooperative situation cannot occur if the CFD does not have the necessary personal protective equipment (PPE) to perform our role, which puts more responsibility on CPD officers, who have a primary goal and duty to apprehend or eliminate the threat.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
160000 0
Breakdown of External Funds

0

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
160000
Expected In-Service Date
October 1, 2019
Useful Life
5 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
160000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

The basis for this cost estimate is a vendor quote (attached). If awarded, the equipment would go through the bid process, which would hopefully yield even better pricing.

Impact on Operations

The current ballistics vests will have reached their life cycles in April 2020, according to the national standards, as well as the manufacturer’s warranty. As stated, if the department is not able to replace the existing ballistics vests, it would significantly hamper, if not eliminate, the department’s ability to provide trauma care to victims of shootings or stabbings, or during active shooter incidents. This situation would also put undue responsibility on law enforcement agencies responding to these events because their focused attention on the assailant apprehension or elimination could be diverted to victims in need. If the CFD is able to complete this project, CPD can focus time, energy, and attention on the assailant, and allow the CFD to attend to the victim under their coordinated protection.

Project Address
City-wide
Detailed Description

Feedback Response 1 – Suggestion to place the Ballistic Vest Replacement project in R&R
The department agrees that there should be a better sustainable means for replacement projects like this without the expenditure of Capital funding. R&R is the only option through the current mechanisms of budget. With the project being so large, we questioned whether R&R was the best fit, especially having received Capital funding for a similar replacement project in FY19. In addition, R&R funding doesn’t always meet the requested need. This would be a priority replacement though, so the department would be open to discussion regarding where to request this project.

Feedback Response 2 – Impact if not replaced
The current ballistics vests will have reached their life cycles in April 2020 (5 years according to national standards). As stated, if the department is not able to replace the existing ballistics vests, it would significantly hamper, if not eliminate, the department’s ability to provide trauma care to victims of shootings or stabbings, or during active shooter incidents. This situation would also put undue responsibility on law enforcement agencies responding to these events because their focused attention on the assailant apprehension or elimination could be diverted to victims in need.

Feedback Response 3 – “Is this a 1:1 replacement of current inventory?”
No. Current inventory is a “once-size-fits-most” unit that does not fit well in some cases. The request is to ensure that all operational personnel are issued a fitted vest with the ability to add plates. Vests specifically fitted to individuals (as in all law enforcement capacities) are much more comfortable and offer much better mobility for responders. In the future, while the vest itself will need replacement, the plates will not and will therefore lower replacement costs in the future.

As stated, unfortunately, stabbings, shootings, and mass casualty incidents are not declining. In fact, they appear to be occurring more frequently. Chattanooga is obviously not immune, as we endured a local terrorist attack on July 16, 2015. On top of that increasing type of incident, the CFD routinely responds to stabbings and shootings. In communities all across the United States, first responders have also been the intended targets of twisted individuals.

While it is not the CFD’s job to apprehend suspects or engage in law enforcement activities of any kind outside of arson investigation, the CFD simply wants to be prepared to respond to these types of incidents to provide patient trauma care. The CFD strives to be compatible with NFPA 3000, Standard for Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response Incidents, and has collaborated with several local law enforcement agencies, including the Chattanooga Police Department (CPD), and other community entities to train for these types of incidents. The department has had ballistics vests for several years and desires to continue to protect its members from community members intent on doing harm.

In addition, in this year’s annual state in-service training, the CFD and CPD have collaborated to provide specific training toward response to active shooter incidents. Obviously, the two departments play completely different roles, but the command staffs for both departments have acknowledged the need to work together to provide solutions for what will be a chaotic scene. The coordination is helping both of the departments organize the chaos by performing their duties as seamlessly as possible. CPD will take the lead and secure the area or building, creating a warm zone for every part of the area or building that is cleared. If there are victims within those warm zones, the CFD will provide patient care under the CPD’s protection. This cooperative situation cannot occur if the CFD does not have the necessary personal protective equipment (PPE) to perform our role, which puts more responsibility on CPD officers, who have a primary goal and duty to apprehend or eliminate the threat.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
11778_11778_hesco_bi_3401_18110.pdf, 11778_11778_Estimate_1136_from_Tomahawk_Strategic_Solutions.pdf, 11778_11778_ems_plate_carrier__emspc__product_page_mf_emspc_nb.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Seth Miller srmiller@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 10018   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Bridge Maintenance – Multiple Locations (P20402) Trans Bridge – Repairs to City Owned Bridges – Standifer Gap
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Replace Standifer Gap Road Bridge. This project is in the FY 2017 – 2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), a regional plan that programs federal funds received in the City.

Importance of Project and Why

The Standifer Gap Road bridge has been closed since 2015 following TDOT recommendations after inspections showed the structure was no longer safe for public use. This project replaces this structure.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$0 $0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
0
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: $100,000
FY 2022: $500,000
FY 2023: 0
FY 2024: 0
Expected In-Service Date
December 31, 2021
Useful Life
50
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
600000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 10018

Green: The Results Teams are excited to review your full offer.
Reviewer Comments

More information is needed on project funding request; no dollar amount included for FY20.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11783   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Bridge Maintenance – Multiple Locations (P20402) Trans Bridge – Repairs to City Owned Bridges – Standifer Gap (REQ)
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Replace Standifer Gap Road Bridge. This project is in the FY 2017 – 2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), a regional plan that programs federal funds received in the City.

Importance of Project and Why

The Standifer Gap Road bridge has been closed since 2015 following TDOT recommendations after inspections showed the structure was no longer safe for public use. This project replaces this structure.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$0 $0
Breakdown of External Funds

Federal TIP = $0

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
0
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: $100,000
FY 2022: $500,000
FY 2023: 0
FY 2024: 0
Expected In-Service Date
December 31, 2021
Useful Life
50
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
600000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

This item is included in the FY20 BFO to make sure it is included in the CIP as it will require additional outyear funding to supplement the anticipated increased construction costs (TDOT reports construction bids are currently being returned 30%-40% higher than anticipated – no FY20 dollars are needed.

Overall Cost Estimate is based on TIP + Preliminary Engineer’s Estimate

Impact on Operations

No net change – replacement of existing transportation infrastructure.

Project Address
Standifer Gap Road Bridge over Friar Branch
Detailed Description

Reimbursements anticipated prior to beginning of FY20. The existing Standifer Gap Road bridge (closed to traffic) will be replaced with a single-span precast box-beam bridge that will maintain the same number of travel lanes as the existing bridge. This item is included in the FY20 BFO to make sure it is included in the CIP as it will require additional outyear funding to supplement the anticipated increased construction costs (TDOT reports construction bids are currently being returned 30%-40% higher than anticipated) – no FY20 dollars are needed.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Chattanooga-Bridge-Maintenance-Grouping_Current-TIP-Sheet.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11783   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Infrastructure
Impact
on Chattanooga
Advances Planning or Policy Priorities Addresses Existing System Needs Promotes Economic Development Leverages Collaboration and/or External Funds Overall
4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0
Reviewer Comments

Are all other CDOT projects with only outyear funding included in this BFO cycle? Capital Planning will be requesting outyear CIP docs from all departments to assist in completing the CIP, so either include all projects with an outyear-only request through BFO or include all of them only in the CIP spreadsheet for consistency.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17955   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Bridge Maintenance – Multiple Locations (P20402) Trans Bridge – Repairs to City Owned Bridges – Standifer Gap (REQ)
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Replace Standifer Gap Road Bridge. This project is in the FY 2017 – 2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), a regional plan that programs federal funds received in the City.

Importance of Project and Why

The Standifer Gap Road bridge has been closed since 2015 following TDOT recommendations after inspections showed the structure was no longer safe for public use. This project replaces this structure.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$0 $0
Breakdown of External Funds

Federal TIP = $0

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
0
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: $100,000
FY 2022: $500,000
FY 2023: 0
FY 2024: 0
Expected In-Service Date
December 31, 2021
Useful Life
50
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate

This item is included in the FY20 BFO to make sure it is included in the CIP as it will require additional outyear funding to supplement the anticipated increased construction costs (TDOT reports construction bids are currently being returned 30%-40% higher than anticipated – no FY20 dollars are needed.

Overall Cost Estimate is based on TIP + Preliminary Engineer’s Estimate

Impact on Operations

No net change – replacement of existing transportation infrastructure.

Project Address
Standifer Gap Road Bridge over Friar Branch
Detailed Description

Reimbursements anticipated prior to beginning of FY20. The existing Standifer Gap Road bridge (closed to traffic) will be replaced with a single-span precast box-beam bridge that will maintain the same number of travel lanes as the existing bridge. This item is included in the FY20 BFO to make sure it is included in the CIP as it will require additional outyear funding to supplement the anticipated increased construction costs (TDOT reports construction bids are currently being returned 30%-40% higher than anticipated) – no FY20 dollars are needed.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
11783_11783_Chattanooga-Bridge-Maintenance-Grouping_Current-TIP-Sheet.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 10024   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Bridge Management & Maintenance – Multiple Locations (Local Funds Capital Projects – Not tied to TIP)
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Repair structures and appurtenances on the network of City-owned bridges on as-needed basis, in accordance with findings in regular TDOT inspections and reports on the bridges.

Importance of Project and Why

The collection of City-owned bridges have a backlog of maintenance, rehabilitation, or replacement recommendations as described in inspection reports provided by TDOT. Establishing a routinely funded Bridge Management and Maintenance program will allow the City to address this backlog and perform the necessary work in order to prevent more costly future repairs or full bridge closures.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
500000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
500000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 1000000
FY 2022: 1000000
FY 2023: 1000000
FY 2024: 1000000
Expected In-Service Date
June 30, 2020
Useful Life
50
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
4500000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 10024

Green: The Results Teams are excited to review your full offer.
Reviewer Comments

Please provide additional information regarding which bridges will be prioritized for repair.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11786   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Bridge Management & Maintenance – Multiple Locations (Local Funds Capital Projects – Not tied to TIP)
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Repair structures and appurtenances on the network of City-owned bridges on as-needed basis, in accordance with findings in regular TDOT inspections and reports on the bridges.

Importance of Project and Why

The collection of City-owned bridges have a backlog of maintenance, rehabilitation, or replacement recommendations as described in inspection reports provided by TDOT. Establishing a routinely funded Bridge Management and Maintenance program will allow the City to address this backlog and perform the necessary work in order to prevent more costly future repairs or full bridge closures.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
500000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
500000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 1000000
FY 2022: 1000000
FY 2023: 1000000
FY 2024: 1000000
Expected In-Service Date
June 30, 2020
Useful Life
50
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
4500000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Engineer’s estimate for development of program and anticipated repairs

Impact on Operations

No net change – maintaining existing infrastructure

Project Address
Citywide
Detailed Description

There are 6 City-owned bridges which TDOT has classified as Structurally Deficient. The first bridge that will be addressed with this funding request is the Bailey Avenue Bridge over the railroad and EPB yards (bridge requires bearing replacement and joint rehabilitation) & this will likely use 60-80% of this BFO request. The remaining funds will be allocated to additional bridge repair and rehabilitation work as the structures are evaluated and prioritized. Evaluation and prioritization of the City’s 85 Structures for necessary repair or rehabilitation is underway and the results will be used to determine best plan for use of this fund from year to year. Having a funding source for bridge maintenance and rehabilitation that is not tied to the TIP will allow the City to move quickly to address maintenance and/or rehabilitiation items that would otherwise be delayed by the use of federal grant funding.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
33SR0020017JUN18.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11786   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Infrastructure
Impact
on Chattanooga
Advances Planning or Policy Priorities Addresses Existing System Needs Promotes Economic Development Leverages Collaboration and/or External Funds Overall
4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0
Reviewer Comments

Is the Wilcox Blvd bridge over the railyard included in this list?


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17958   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Bridge Management & Maintenance – Multiple Locations (Local Funds Capital Projects – Not tied to TIP)
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Repair structures and appurtenances on the network of City-owned bridges on as-needed basis, in accordance with findings in regular TDOT inspections and reports on the bridges.

Importance of Project and Why

The collection of City-owned bridges have a backlog of maintenance, rehabilitation, or replacement recommendations as described in inspection reports provided by TDOT. Establishing a routinely funded Bridge Management and Maintenance program will allow the City to address this backlog and perform the necessary work in order to prevent more costly future repairs or full bridge closures.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
1000000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
1000000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 1000000
FY 2022: 1000000
FY 2023: 1000000
FY 2024: 1000000
Expected In-Service Date
June 30, 2020
Useful Life
50
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
5000000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Engineer’s estimate for development of program and anticipated repairs

Impact on Operations

No net change – maintaining existing infrastructure

Project Address
Citywide
Detailed Description

There are 6 City-owned bridges which TDOT has classified as Structurally Deficient. The first bridge that will be addressed with this funding request is the Bailey Avenue Bridge over the railroad and EPB yards (bridge requires bearing replacement and joint rehabilitation) & this will likely use 60-80% of this BFO request. The remaining funds will be allocated to additional bridge repair and rehabilitation work as the structures are evaluated and prioritized. Evaluation and prioritization of the City’s 85 Structures for necessary repair or rehabilitation is underway and the results will be used to determine best plan for use of this fund from year to year. Having a funding source for bridge maintenance and rehabilitation that is not tied to the TIP will allow the City to move quickly to address maintenance and/or rehabilitiation items that would otherwise be delayed by the use of federal grant funding.

Answer to OCP Feedback asking if the Wilcox Blvd bridge over the railyard is included in this list: The ownership of the Wilcox Blvd is still in dispute – The City contends this bridge belongs to NSRR and is therefore the responsibility of the NSRR; NSRR doesn’t agree. CDOT has previously requested help from OCA in making this determination, with no resolution as of yet.

New Information: Since the original BFO request for a new TIP ChattBridge project has been abandoned, the BFO ask for this Bridge Management & Maintenance (not tied to TIP) has been increased from $500,000 to &1,000,000 for FY20 ask.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
11786_33SR0020017JUN18.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1275   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Bridge Repair / Replace (P20402)
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project is in the FY 2017 – 2020 TIP. It allows federal funds (with a local match) to implement bridge maintenance. (CHATTBRIDGE)

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
100,000 800,000
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

2018_0126_CDOTCapital_Submitted.xlsx, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-2018_0126.pdf, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-detail-2018_0126.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Lezlie Rupert lrupert@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 3016   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Bridge Repair / Replace (P20402)
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project is in the FY 2017 – 2020 TIP. It allows federal funds (with a local match) to implement bridge maintenance. (CHATTBRIDGE)

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
100,000 800,000
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

2018_0126_CDOTCapital_Submitted.xlsx, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-2018_0126.pdf, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-detail-2018_0126.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Lezlie Rupert lrupert@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1344   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Building Energy Efficiency Upgrades
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Under the Better Buildings Challenge the City agreed to lower overall energy use by 20%. In partnership with EPB and TVA current City facilities will replace existing incandescent and fluorescent light fixtures with new LED lighting. This technology provides equal or greater light levels at a lower level of energy use, reducing both energy costs and long-term maintenance cost. One initial program element was TVA-provided Rebates for the energy reduction. Existing fixture inventory at all 61 sites will be completed in the near future. The first package for City Hall Campus will be sent to TVA for approval with additional packages for the YFD centers. TVA rebates require the project be completed prior to June 30, 2018. In December 2017 TVA announced the program is cancelled by TVA. This affects the FY18 5-year capital plan. To maximize the rebates, we request the FY20 request of $300K be brought forward to FY19, and a FY18 budget amendment be made to allow us to proceed with Re-Lamping all of the fixtures at all 61 sites prior to this new cutoff date.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
800,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 9804   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Building Energy Efficiency Upgrades
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project is a continuation of the Better Buildings Challenge the City agreed to, so as to lower overall energy use by 20%. In partnership with EPB and TVA current City facilities will replace existing incandescent and fluorescent light fixtures with new LED lighting. This technology provides equal or greater light levels at a lower level of energy use, reducing both energy costs and long-term maintenance cost. Existing fixture inventory at all 61 sites will be completed in the near future. The first package for City Hall Campus are nearing completion and almost all of the facility locations are projected to at Less than two years for payback, making them Ineligible for the Rebate System from TVA, which also has been shortened to June 30, 2018 as the sundown date. However, the reduction of cost going forward still makes these projects very viable for the City due to reduce energy cost in the future.

Importance of Project and Why

Currently we are approaching 50% of the Facilities that have been changed over to the LED lights. The additional $300K is necessary to complete the 3 year funding cycle for this project. The engineering for the project shows that payoff of the savings for the overall project is < 2yr. and continued future utility cost savings.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
300,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
300000
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
300000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 9804

Green: The Results Teams are excited to review your full offer.
Reviewer Comments

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 3037   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Building Energy Efficiency Upgrades
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Under the Better Buildings Challenge the City agreed to lower overall energy use by 20%. In partnership with EPB and TVA current City facilities will replace existing incandescent and fluorescent light fixtures with new LED lighting. This technology provides equal or greater light levels at a lower level of energy use, reducing both energy costs and long-term maintenance cost. One initial program element was TVA-provided Rebates for the energy reduction. Existing fixture inventory at all 61 sites will be completed in the near future. The first package for City Hall Campus will be sent to TVA for approval with additional packages for the YFD centers. TVA rebates require the project be completed prior to June 30, 2018. In December 2017 TVA announced the program is cancelled by TVA. This affects the FY18 5-year capital plan. To maximize the rebates, we request the FY20 request of $300K be brought forward to FY19, and a FY18 budget amendment be made to allow us to proceed with Re-Lamping all of the fixtures at all 61 sites prior to this new cutoff date.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
800,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11729   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Building Energy Efficiency Upgrades
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project is a continuation of the Better Buildings Challenge the City agreed to, so as to lower overall energy use by 20%. In partnership with EPB and TVA current City facilities will replace existing incandescent and fluorescent light fixtures with new LED lighting. This technology provides equal or greater light levels at a lower level of energy use, reducing both energy costs and long-term maintenance cost. Existing fixture inventory at all 61 sites will be completed in the near future. The first package for City Hall Campus Area nearing completion and almost all of the facility locations are projected to at Less than two years for payback, making them Ineligible for the Rebate System from TVA, which also has been shortened to June 30, 2018 as the sundown date. However, the reduction of cost going forward still makes these projects very viable for the City due to reduce energy cost in the future.

Importance of Project and Why

Currently we are approaching 50% of the Facilities that have been changed over to the LED lights. The additional $300K is necessary to complete the 3 year funding cycle for this project. The engineering for the project shows that payoff of the savings for the overall project is < 2yr. and continued future utility cost savings. The additional $600K is for replacement of exterior parking lot and ball field lighting with LED lights, poles, and wiring.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
900,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
900000
Expected In-Service Date
December 31, 2019
Useful Life
15 yrs
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
900000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Consultants cost estimates

Impact on Operations

Reduces use of electricity

Project Address
various
Detailed Description

This project is a continuation of the Better Buildings Challenge the City agreed to, so as to lower overall energy use by 20%. In partnership with EPB and TVA current City facilities will replace existing incandescent and fluorescent light fixtures with new LED lighting. This technology provides equal or greater light levels at a lower level of energy use, reducing both energy costs and long-term maintenance cost. The increased request is to include the Replacement Exterior Parking Lot and Ball field Lights at the Avondale YFD Center.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11729   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Internal City Operations
Promotes Sustainability
(facilities projects only)
Impact on
Operational Performance or
Service Provision
Addresses Critical
Health/Safety Need
or Operational Control
Effect on Operating &
Maintenance Costs
Overall
5.0 4.0 3.0 4.0 4.0
Reviewer Comments

What kind of savings is the City realizing with the already installed technology?

How much overlap is there between this potential lighting replacement and the ballfield lighting replacement proposed as part of the parks maintenance request? Can you provide specific numbers regarding operational cost savings for this program overall?


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17910   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Building Energy Efficiency Upgrades
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project is a continuation of the Better Buildings Challenge the City agreed to, so as to lower overall energy use by 20%. In partnership with EPB and TVA current City facilities will replace existing incandescent and fluorescent light fixtures with new LED lighting. This technology provides equal or greater light levels at a lower level of energy use, reducing both energy costs and long-term maintenance cost. Existing fixture inventory at all 61 sites will be completed in the near future. The first package for City Hall Campus Area nearing completion and almost all of the facility locations are projected to at Less than two years for payback, making them Ineligible for the Rebate System from TVA, which also has been shortened to June 30, 2018 as the sundown date. However, the reduction of cost going forward still makes these projects very viable for the City due to reduce energy cost in the future.

Importance of Project and Why

Currently we are approaching 50% of the Facilities that have been changed over to the LED lights. The additional $300K is necessary to complete the 3 year funding cycle for this project. The engineering for the project shows that payoff of the savings for the overall project is < 2yr. and continued future utility cost savings. The additional $600K is for replacement of exterior parking lot and ball field lighting with LED lights, poles, and wiring.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
900,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
900000
Expected In-Service Date
December 31, 2019
Useful Life
15 yrs
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate

Consultants cost estimates

Impact on Operations

Reduces use of electricity

Project Address
various
Detailed Description

This project is a continuation of the Better Buildings Challenge the City agreed to, so as to lower overall energy use by 20%. In partnership with EPB and TVA current City facilities will replace existing incandescent and fluorescent light fixtures with new LED lighting. This technology provides equal or greater light levels at a lower level of energy use, reducing both energy costs and long-term maintenance cost. The increased request is to include the Replacement Exterior Parking Lot and Ball field Lights at the Avondale YFD Center.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 694   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Building Renovation
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Smart Students, Stronger Families Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Signal Centers, Inc. Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Signal Centers requests one-time capital dollars to renovate a property for Baby University program staff.

Baby U has been operating out of a City-owned building. The program has grown rapidly; we now have more staff and supplies than that building can comfortably hold. With assistance from the City, we had searched for a larger building. Recently we were able ourselves to purchase two houses adjacent to Signal Centers’ main facility on North Germantown Road, and we have a plan to renovate and furnish one of those properties for use by our Baby U staff.

Our Building Committee met with our CEO and COO, and went through each house, planning what is needed in terms of the space and furnishings for the program. We will determine based on information and bids which house is better to renovate for Baby U. One contractor has submitted a bid. Another bid is being sought. The capital funding requested from the City will be used for items deemed necessary for staff to be able to move in, including plumbing, electrical, door locks and flooring.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$60,000 $0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

City-of-Chattanooga-2018-Cover-Letter.pdf, IRS-Determination-Letter-2.pdf, charter-scan-2.pdf, Charter-Restatement-1992-2.pdf, 990-January-2017-1.pdf, audit-January-2018.pdf, City-of-Chattanooga-2018-Board-List-1-4.doc, City-of-Chattanooga-2018-Agency-Level-B3.docx, City-of-Chattanooga-2018-A3-Agency-Annual-Budget.xls


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Donna McConnico donna_mcconnico@signalcenters.org

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 2971   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Building Renovation
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Smart Students, Stronger Families Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Signal Centers, Inc. Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Signal Centers requests one-time capital dollars to renovate a property for Baby University program staff.

Baby U has been operating out of a City-owned building. The program has grown rapidly; we now have more staff and supplies than that building can comfortably hold. With assistance from the City, we had searched for a larger building. Recently we were able ourselves to purchase two houses adjacent to Signal Centers’ main facility on North Germantown Road, and we have a plan to renovate and furnish one of those properties for use by our Baby U staff.

Our Building Committee met with our CEO and COO, and went through each house, planning what is needed in terms of the space and furnishings for the program. We will determine based on information and bids which house is better to renovate for Baby U. One contractor has submitted a bid. Another bid is being sought. The capital funding requested from the City will be used for items deemed necessary for staff to be able to move in, including plumbing, electrical, door locks and flooring.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$60,000 $0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

City-of-Chattanooga-2018-Cover-Letter.pdf, IRS-Determination-Letter-2.pdf, charter-scan-2.pdf, Charter-Restatement-1992-2.pdf, 990-January-2017-1.pdf, audit-January-2018.pdf, City-of-Chattanooga-2018-Board-List-1-4.doc, City-of-Chattanooga-2018-Agency-Level-B3.docx, City-of-Chattanooga-2018-A3-Agency-Annual-Budget.xls


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Donna McConnico donna_mcconnico@signalcenters.org

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1279   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Caine Lane Greenway Connector, North (P20124)
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Facilities
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project is in the FY 2017 – 2020 TIP; CDOT received a federal grant to implement the construction of this project. This phase will extend the greenway from Cromwell to Shallowford Road. (CHATTCAINELN)

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
386,127 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

2018_0126_CDOTCapital_Submitted.xlsx, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-2018_0126.pdf, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-detail-2018_0126.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Lezlie Rupert lrupert@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 3017   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Caine Lane Greenway Connector, North (P20124)
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Facilities
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project is in the FY 2017 – 2020 TIP; CDOT received a federal grant to implement the construction of this project. This phase will extend the greenway from Cromwell to Shallowford Road. (CHATTCAINELN)

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
386,127 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

2018_0126_CDOTCapital_Submitted.xlsx, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-2018_0126.pdf, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-detail-2018_0126.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Lezlie Rupert lrupert@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1281   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Caine Lane Greenway Connector, South
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project will connect to the Caine Lane Greenway Connector along Shallowford Road at Airport Road to Bonnieway Drive.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
874,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

2018_0126_CDOTCapital_Submitted.xlsx, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-2018_0126.pdf, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-detail-2018_0126.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Lezlie Rupert lrupert@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 2998   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Caine Lane Greenway Connector, South
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project will connect to the Caine Lane Greenway Connector along Shallowford Road at Airport Road to Bonnieway Drive.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
874,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

2018_0126_CDOTCapital_Submitted.xlsx, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-2018_0126.pdf, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-detail-2018_0126.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Lezlie Rupert lrupert@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1878   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
CARTA Facilities Projects
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project is for the rehabilitation of administration, maintenance, and CARTA’s intermodal facilities (Shuttle Park North, Shuttle Park South, and Shuttle Park North Shore). Rehabilitation of CARTA’s administration and maintenance facilities projects includes roof repairs to CARTA’s bus barn, repair/replacement of sprinkler system, repairs/replacement of hvac equipment, the replacement of rollup doors for CARTA’s maintenance shop, rehabilitating electrical/lighting systems, and plumbing/piping replacement or repair. This project also includes funding for the replacement or addition of three to four bus shelters to CARTA’s service area, including site work and design. Most of CARTA’s bus shelters are on the city of Chattanooga right of way, and CARTA coordinates with the Chattanooga Department of Transportation (CDOT) when a new shelter will be installed.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$8,179 $73,611
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

CARTA-Board-Members-2018.doc, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-B1-Local-Government-Funding-and-Service-Statistics.docx, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-B2-Program-Beneficiary-Statistics.docx, FY17-Analysis-of-Revenues.pdf, CARTA_Chattanooga-Choices-Report-Dec-2017-8.pdf, CARTA-Via-Microtransit-Pilot-overview.pdf, FINAL-2-0-MaaS-Phase-1-Report-2017-08-01-CARTA_Summary.pdf, RPA_CARTA-2015-On-Board-Survey.pdf, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-A3-Budget-Format.pdf, CARTA-Coverage-Area-FY2019.pdf, CARTA-2019-Budget-Cover-Letter-and-Executive-Summary-PDF.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Annie Powell anniepowell@gocarta.org

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 10121   Ready for Review?
Project Name
CARTA Facilities Projects
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
External Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project is for the rehabilitation of administration, maintenance, and CARTA’s intermodal facilities. Rehabilitation of CARTA’s administration and maintenance facilities projects include roof repairs to the bus barn, repair/replacement of sprinkler system, repairs/replacement of hvac equipment, the replacement of rollup doors for CARTA’s maintenance shop, track work, rehabilitating electrical/lighting systems, and plumbing/piping replacement or repair. This project also includes funding for the replacement or addition of three to four bus shelters to CARTA’s service area, including site work and design. Most of CARTA’s bus shelters are on the city of Chattanooga right of way, and CARTA coordinates with the Chattanooga Department of Transportation when a new shelter will be installed.

Importance of Project and Why

CARTA recently completed a facility assessment of its facilities at 1617 Wilcox Boulevard and has recommendations of repairs that need to be scheduled from a third-party reviewer. Many of these are critical for providing a state of good repair for CARTA’s facilities. CARTA is in the process of hiring an architect/engineer to help CARTA evaluate these projects, prepare specifications, etc.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
40,137 361,233
Breakdown of External Funds

CARTA 5339 projects: 82,304 federal; 10,288 state
CARTA 5337 projects: 238,792 federal; 29,849 state

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
401370
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 41,341
FY 2022: 42,581
FY 2023: 43,858
FY 2024: 45,174
Expected In-Service Date
July 1, 2019
Useful Life
15 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
574324.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

CARTA-Board-Members-FY19.pdf, CARTA-Phase-1-Public-Input-Summary-memo-DRAFT-20190108.docx, Financial-Report-Financial-Report-06-30-18-Chattanooga-Area-Regional-Transportation-Authority.pdf, CARTA_Chattanooga-Choices-Report-Dec-2017.pdf, Chattanooga-Core-Design-Overview-r1.pdf, FY19-Budget.pdf, APTA-December-2018-Transit-Savings-Report.docx, Copy-of-FY20_BFO_-_Agency_Required_Documents-version-1.xlsx, CARTA-2020-Budget-Cover-Letter-and-Executive-Summary-final.docx


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Annie Powell anniepowell@gocarta.org

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 10121

Green: The Results Teams are excited to review your full offer.
Reviewer Comments

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 3041   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
CARTA Facilities Projects
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project is for the rehabilitation of administration, maintenance, and CARTA’s intermodal facilities (Shuttle Park North, Shuttle Park South, and Shuttle Park North Shore). Rehabilitation of CARTA’s administration and maintenance facilities projects includes roof repairs to CARTA’s bus barn, repair/replacement of sprinkler system, repairs/replacement of hvac equipment, the replacement of rollup doors for CARTA’s maintenance shop, rehabilitating electrical/lighting systems, and plumbing/piping replacement or repair. This project also includes funding for the replacement or addition of three to four bus shelters to CARTA’s service area, including site work and design. Most of CARTA’s bus shelters are on the city of Chattanooga right of way, and CARTA coordinates with the Chattanooga Department of Transportation (CDOT) when a new shelter will be installed.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$8,179 $73,611
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
3041_CARTA-Coverage-Area-FY2019.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

CARTA-Board-Members-2018.doc, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-B1-Local-Government-Funding-and-Service-Statistics.docx, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-B2-Program-Beneficiary-Statistics.docx, FY17-Analysis-of-Revenues.pdf, CARTA_Chattanooga-Choices-Report-Dec-2017-8.pdf, CARTA-Via-Microtransit-Pilot-overview.pdf, FINAL-2-0-MaaS-Phase-1-Report-2017-08-01-CARTA_Summary.pdf, RPA_CARTA-2015-On-Board-Survey.pdf, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-A3-Budget-Format.pdf, CARTA-Coverage-Area-FY2019.pdf, CARTA-2019-Budget-Cover-Letter-and-Executive-Summary-PDF.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Annie Powell anniepowell@gocarta.org

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11793   Ready for Review?
Project Name
CARTA Facilities Projects
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
External Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project is for the rehabilitation of administration, maintenance, and CARTA’s intermodal facilities. Rehabilitation of CARTA’s administration and maintenance facilities projects include repairs to the bus barn, repair/replacement of sprinkler system, repairs/replacement of hvac equipment, the replacement of rollup doors for CARTA’s maintenance shop, track work, rehabilitating electrical/lighting system. This project also includes funding for the replacement or addition of three to four bus shelters to CARTA’s service area, including site work and design. Most of CARTA’s bus shelters are on the city of Chattanooga right of way, and CARTA coordinates with the Chattanooga Department of Transportation when a new shelter will be installed. CARTA is in the process of hiring an architect/engineer to help CARTA evaluate these projects, prioritize, prepare specifications, etc.

Importance of Project and Why

CARTA recently completed a facility assessment of its facilities at 1617 Wilcox Boulevard and has recommendations of repairs that need to be scheduled from a third-party reviewer. Many of these are critical for providing a state of good repair for CARTA’s facilities. CARTA has included its Transit Asset Management Plan as an attachment.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
40,137 361,233
Breakdown of External Funds

CARTA 5339 projects: 82,304 federal; 10,288 state
CARTA 5337 projects: 238,792 federal; 29,849 state

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
401370
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 41,341
FY 2022: 42,581
FY 2023: 43,858
FY 2024: 45,174
Expected In-Service Date
July 1, 2019
Useful Life
15 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
574324.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Costs estimates have been provided from the Transit Asset Management process, discussions with vendors and third-party architects & engineers, and historical information (for purchase and installation of bus shelters with site work).

Impact on Operations

This project would impact operations positively in that CARTA would not continue to have unpredictable maintenance expenses in trying to maintain facilities that are past their useful life.

Project Address
1617 Wilcox Boulevard, Chattanooga, TN 37406
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
CARTA-TAM-Plan-2018-10-16-Final-V-1.0.docx
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

CARTA-Board-Members-FY19.pdf, CARTA-Phase-1-Public-Input-Summary-memo-DRAFT-20190108.docx, Financial-Report-Financial-Report-06-30-18-Chattanooga-Area-Regional-Transportation-Authority.pdf, CARTA_Chattanooga-Choices-Report-Dec-2017.pdf, Chattanooga-Core-Design-Overview-r1.pdf, FY19-Budget.pdf, APTA-December-2018-Transit-Savings-Report.docx, Copy-of-FY20_BFO_-_Agency_Required_Documents-version-1.xlsx, CARTA-2020-Budget-Cover-Letter-and-Executive-Summary-final.docx


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Annie Powell anniepowell@gocarta.org

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11793   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: External Operations
Promotes Sustainability
(facilities projects only)
Impact on
Operational Performance or
Service Provision
Addresses Critical
Health/Safety Need
or Operational Control
Effect on Operating &
Maintenance Costs
Overall
4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0
Reviewer Comments

Good leverage.

Provide more information on shelter replacement using these funds versus shelter replacement funded by CDOT.

Are any of these funds encumbered by or needed for a grant application?


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17973   Ready for Review?
Project Name
CARTA Facilities Projects
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
External Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Feedback Response 1. Responding to feedback request regarding additional information for shelter replacement utilizing CARTA’s section 5307 formula funds vs. any CDOT shelter replacements. Typically, CARTA replaces bus shelters utilizing its formula funds provided by the Federal Transit Administration, which requires a local match historically provided by the City of Chattanooga and TDOT. CARTA has partnered with CDOT on a Federal Transit Administration Section 5310 grant for ADA improvements near key bus stops, and shelters have been included as part of this project.

In response to the second question under Feedback Response 1 as to whether these funds are encumbered or needed for a grant application: These funds will be needed to match CARTA’s section 5307 formula grant.

This project is for the rehabilitation of administration, maintenance, and CARTA’s intermodal facilities. Rehabilitation of CARTA’s administration and maintenance facilities projects include repairs to the bus barn, repair/replacement of sprinkler system, repairs/replacement of hvac equipment, the replacement of rollup doors for CARTA’s maintenance shop, track work, rehabilitating electrical/lighting system. This project also includes funding for the replacement or addition of three to four bus shelters to CARTA’s service area, including site work and design. Most of CARTA’s bus shelters are on the city of Chattanooga right of way, and CARTA coordinates with the Chattanooga Department of Transportation when a new shelter will be installed. CARTA is in the process of hiring an architect/engineer to help CARTA evaluate these projects, prioritize, prepare specifications, etc.

Importance of Project and Why

CARTA recently completed a facility assessment of its facilities at 1617 Wilcox Boulevard and has recommendations of repairs that need to be scheduled from a third-party reviewer. Many of these are critical for providing a state of good repair for CARTA’s facilities. CARTA has included its Transit Asset Management Plan as an attachment.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
40,137 361,233
Breakdown of External Funds

CARTA 5339 projects: 82,304 federal; 10,288 state
CARTA 5337 projects: 238,792 federal; 29,849 state

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
401370
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 41,341
FY 2022: 42,581
FY 2023: 43,858
FY 2024: 45,174
Expected In-Service Date
July 1, 2019
Useful Life
15 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
574324.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Costs estimates have been provided from the Transit Asset Management process, discussions with vendors and third-party architects & engineers, and historical information (for purchase and installation of bus shelters with site work).

Impact on Operations

This project would impact operations positively in that CARTA would not continue to have unpredictable maintenance expenses in trying to maintain facilities that are past their useful life.

Project Address
1617 Wilcox Boulevard, Chattanooga, TN 37406
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
11793_11793_CARTA-TAM-Plan-2018-10-16-Final-V-1.0.docx
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

CARTA-Board-Members-FY19.pdf, CARTA-Phase-1-Public-Input-Summary-memo-DRAFT-20190108.docx, Financial-Report-Financial-Report-06-30-18-Chattanooga-Area-Regional-Transportation-Authority.pdf, CARTA_Chattanooga-Choices-Report-Dec-2017.pdf, Chattanooga-Core-Design-Overview-r1.pdf, FY19-Budget.pdf, APTA-December-2018-Transit-Savings-Report.docx, Copy-of-FY20_BFO_-_Agency_Required_Documents-version-1.xlsx, CARTA-2020-Budget-Cover-Letter-and-Executive-Summary-final.docx


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Annie Powell anniepowell@gocarta.org

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1879   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
CARTA Technology Projects
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Technology
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Through work with an ITS consultant, CARTA has completed a comprehensive planning report giving background information on Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and an analysis of what companies are currently operating in the marketplace. The report also outlined a phased approach to achieving CARTA’s larger MaaS vision. Phase I was identified as transitioning CARTA’s existing Dial-A-Ride neighborhood routes into microtransit routes, utilizing real-time scheduling as well as a mobile ticketing component for CARTA’s services. During the time that the planning report was completed, CARTA received unsolicited proposals for a mictrotransit deployment pilot project that would test the real time scheduling component of the identified Phase I projects. CARTA has awarded a pilot partnership that will take place over the next 12 months. CARTA has requested funding through TDOT’s IMPROVE Act grant for its Mobility as a service Phase I project, which includes the implementation of mobile ticketing for CARTA’s services, a microtransit technology project outside of the pilot period, and integration of microtransit and mobile ticketing with the city of Chattanooga’s Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS). This project also includes the yearly purchase of computers and other administrative hardware (printers, monitors, etc.) to replace aging machines.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$156,250 $573,750
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

CARTA-Board-Members-2018.doc, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-B1-Local-Government-Funding-and-Service-Statistics.docx, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-B2-Program-Beneficiary-Statistics.docx, FY17-Analysis-of-Revenues.pdf, CARTA_Chattanooga-Choices-Report-Dec-2017-8.pdf, CARTA-Via-Microtransit-Pilot-overview.pdf, FINAL-2-0-MaaS-Phase-1-Report-2017-08-01-CARTA_Summary.pdf, RPA_CARTA-2015-On-Board-Survey.pdf, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-A3-Budget-Format.pdf, CARTA-Coverage-Area-FY2019.pdf, CARTA-2019-Budget-Cover-Letter-and-Executive-Summary-PDF.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Annie Powell anniepowell@gocarta.org

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 10098   Ready for Review?
Project Name
CARTA Technology Projects
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
External Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Technology
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project includes CARTA’s estimate for needed replacements of computers and other administrative hardware (printers, monitors, switches etc.) to replace aging machines. In addition, this project also includes replacement on board routers for its fixed route and shuttle buses. These routers are aging and no longer supported by the manufacturer. This project also includes the replacement of tablets for its Care-A-Van fleet of vehicles with more rugged units that can withstand the amount of vibration on board the vehicle. These more rugged on board units will more reliably communicate the drivers real-time manifests (pickups and dropoffs) to them.

Importance of Project and Why

This project is critical as communication with CARTA’s fleet of vehicles in real time is the backbone of many of our back office operational processes. In addition, it provides real time information to our customers on the location of the vehicles. The current routers that are operating on the vehicles have been in service since 2011. Keeping these routers operational has become challenging due to their age, and it is difficult to find cellular cards that work with these older routers.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
29,712 267,407
Breakdown of External Funds

CARTA Section 5307 funds: 40,000 federal; 5,000 state
CARTA Section 5339 funds: 197,695 federal; 24,712 state

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
297119
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 28,050
FY 2022: 28,611
FY 2023: 29,183
FY 2024: 29,767
Expected In-Service Date
July 1, 2019
Useful Life
5 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
412730.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

CARTA-Board-Members-FY19.pdf, CARTA-Phase-1-Public-Input-Summary-memo-DRAFT-20190108.docx, Financial-Report-Financial-Report-06-30-18-Chattanooga-Area-Regional-Transportation-Authority.pdf, CARTA_Chattanooga-Choices-Report-Dec-2017.pdf, Chattanooga-Core-Design-Overview-r1.pdf, FY19-Budget.pdf, APTA-December-2018-Transit-Savings-Report.docx, Copy-of-FY20_BFO_-_Agency_Required_Documents-version-1.xlsx, CARTA-2020-Budget-Cover-Letter-and-Executive-Summary-final.docx


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Annie Powell anniepowell@gocarta.org

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 10098

Green: The Results Teams are excited to review your full offer.
Reviewer Comments

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 3042   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
CARTA Technology Projects
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Technology
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Through work with an ITS consultant, CARTA has completed a comprehensive planning report giving background information on Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and an analysis of what companies are currently operating in the marketplace. The report also outlined a phased approach to achieving CARTA’s larger MaaS vision. Phase I was identified as transitioning CARTA’s existing Dial-A-Ride neighborhood routes into microtransit routes, utilizing real-time scheduling as well as a mobile ticketing component for CARTA’s services. During the time that the planning report was completed, CARTA received unsolicited proposals for a mictrotransit deployment pilot project that would test the real time scheduling component of the identified Phase I projects. CARTA has awarded a pilot partnership that will take place over the next 12 months. CARTA has requested funding through TDOT’s IMPROVE Act grant for its Mobility as a service Phase I project, which includes the implementation of mobile ticketing for CARTA’s services, a microtransit technology project outside of the pilot period, and integration of microtransit and mobile ticketing with the city of Chattanooga’s Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS). This project also includes the yearly purchase of computers and other administrative hardware (printers, monitors, etc.) to replace aging machines.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$156,250 $573,750
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
3042_City-of-Chattanooga-Letter-of-Support.pdf, 3042_IMPROVE-Act-Summary-January-18-2018.pdf, 3042_IMPROVE2018_CARTA_AwardLetter.pdf, 3042_Via-CARTA-12.21.17-final-003_edited-6a.pdf, 3042_CARTA-Coverage-Area-FY2019.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

CARTA-Board-Members-2018.doc, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-B1-Local-Government-Funding-and-Service-Statistics.docx, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-B2-Program-Beneficiary-Statistics.docx, FY17-Analysis-of-Revenues.pdf, CARTA_Chattanooga-Choices-Report-Dec-2017-8.pdf, CARTA-Via-Microtransit-Pilot-overview.pdf, FINAL-2-0-MaaS-Phase-1-Report-2017-08-01-CARTA_Summary.pdf, RPA_CARTA-2015-On-Board-Survey.pdf, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-A3-Budget-Format.pdf, CARTA-Coverage-Area-FY2019.pdf, CARTA-2019-Budget-Cover-Letter-and-Executive-Summary-PDF.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Annie Powell anniepowell@gocarta.org

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11792   Ready for Review?
Project Name
CARTA Technology Projects
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
External Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Technology
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project includes CARTA’s estimate for needed replacements of computers and other administrative hardware (printers, monitors, switches etc.) to replace aging machines. In addition, this project also includes replacement on board routers for its fixed route and shuttle buses. These routers are aging and no longer supported by the manufacturer. This project also includes the replacement of tablets for its Care-A-Van fleet of vehicles with more rugged units that can withstand the amount of vibration on board the vehicle. These more rugged on board units will more reliably communicate the drivers real-time manifests (pickups and dropoffs) to them.

Importance of Project and Why

This project is critical as communication with CARTA’s fleet of vehicles in real time is the backbone of many of our back office operational processes. In addition, it provides real time information to our customers on the location of the vehicles. The current routers that are operating on the vehicles have been in service since 2011. Keeping these routers operational has become challenging due to their age, and it is difficult to find cellular cards that work with these older routers.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
29,712 267,407
Breakdown of External Funds

CARTA Section 5307 funds: 40,000 federal; 5,000 state
CARTA Section 5339 funds: 197,695 federal; 24,712 state

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
297119
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 28,050
FY 2022: 28,611
FY 2023: 29,183
FY 2024: 29,767
Expected In-Service Date
July 1, 2019
Useful Life
5 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
412730.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Cost estimates are based on either historical information from previous purchases or market analysis for new projects.

Impact on Operations

These projects will reduce operational expenses and improve processes.

Project Address
1617 Wilcox Boulevard, Chattanooga, TN 37406
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

CARTA-Board-Members-FY19.pdf, CARTA-Phase-1-Public-Input-Summary-memo-DRAFT-20190108.docx, Financial-Report-Financial-Report-06-30-18-Chattanooga-Area-Regional-Transportation-Authority.pdf, CARTA_Chattanooga-Choices-Report-Dec-2017.pdf, Chattanooga-Core-Design-Overview-r1.pdf, FY19-Budget.pdf, APTA-December-2018-Transit-Savings-Report.docx, Copy-of-FY20_BFO_-_Agency_Required_Documents-version-1.xlsx, CARTA-2020-Budget-Cover-Letter-and-Executive-Summary-final.docx


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Annie Powell anniepowell@gocarta.org

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11792   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: External Operations
Promotes Sustainability
(facilities projects only)
Impact on
Operational Performance or
Service Provision
Addresses Critical
Health/Safety Need
or Operational Control
Effect on Operating &
Maintenance Costs
Overall
4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0
Reviewer Comments

Good leverage.

Are any of these funds encumbered by or needed for a grant application?


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17972   Ready for Review?
Project Name
CARTA Technology Projects
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
External Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Technology
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Feedback Response 2. Funds are required for CARTA’s Federal Transit Administration Section 5307 and 5339 formula program funds. These are allocated to CARTA each year by the FTA and require a local match historically provided by the City of Chattanooga and TDOT.

This project includes CARTA’s estimate for needed replacements of computers and other administrative hardware (printers, monitors, switches etc.) to replace aging machines. In addition, this project also includes replacement on board routers for its fixed route and shuttle buses. These routers are aging and no longer supported by the manufacturer. This project also includes the replacement of tablets for its Care-A-Van fleet of vehicles with more rugged units that can withstand the amount of vibration on board the vehicle. These more rugged on board units will more reliably communicate the drivers real-time manifests (pickups and dropoffs) to them.

Importance of Project and Why

This project is critical as communication with CARTA’s fleet of vehicles in real time is the backbone of many of our back office operational processes. In addition, it provides real time information to our customers on the location of the vehicles. The current routers that are operating on the vehicles have been in service since 2011. Keeping these routers operational has become challenging due to their age, and it is difficult to find cellular cards that work with these older routers.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
29,712 267,407
Breakdown of External Funds

CARTA Section 5307 funds: 40,000 federal; 5,000 state
CARTA Section 5339 funds: 197,695 federal; 24,712 state

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
297119
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 28,050
FY 2022: 28,611
FY 2023: 29,183
FY 2024: 29,767
Expected In-Service Date
July 1, 2019
Useful Life
5 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
412730.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Cost estimates are based on either historical information from previous purchases or market analysis for new projects.

Impact on Operations

These projects will reduce operational expenses and improve processes.

Project Address
1617 Wilcox Boulevard, Chattanooga, TN 37406
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

CARTA-Board-Members-FY19.pdf, CARTA-Phase-1-Public-Input-Summary-memo-DRAFT-20190108.docx, Financial-Report-Financial-Report-06-30-18-Chattanooga-Area-Regional-Transportation-Authority.pdf, CARTA_Chattanooga-Choices-Report-Dec-2017.pdf, Chattanooga-Core-Design-Overview-r1.pdf, FY19-Budget.pdf, APTA-December-2018-Transit-Savings-Report.docx, Copy-of-FY20_BFO_-_Agency_Required_Documents-version-1.xlsx, CARTA-2020-Budget-Cover-Letter-and-Executive-Summary-final.docx


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Annie Powell anniepowell@gocarta.org

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 13945   Ready for Review? PROJECT HAS BEEN ABANDONED!)
Project Name
CARTA Transit Network Redesign
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
External Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

In an ongoing effort for continuous improvement, CARTA, in partnership with CDOT, Chattanooga Design Studio, Lyndhurst and Benwood Foundations, and the River City Company, has engaged the services of Jarrett Walker and Associates, who specialize in the analysis and redesign of transit systems across the country. On November 16th and 17th, 2017 CARTA and its partners hosted an educational lecture and an all-day transit workshop at the Bessie Smith Cultural Center. Each event was attended by 70+ people who participated in exercises to better appreciate the challenges in providing both service area coverage and desirable frequent service within fiscal constraints. This process will continue with an initial 3-day workshop at the from January 23rd-25th to review options for what public transportation could look like in Chattanooga. Please see attachment-Core Design Retreat Overview for a summary of this workshop. Draft alternatives will be presented to the public with a final system plan delivered in September, 2019.
An initial product of this work is the Choices Report (see attachments) which outlines potential opportunities for CARTA to improve and adjust its operations.

Importance of Project and Why

The purpose of the transit plan will be to evaluate CARTA’s existing transit system, proposed improvements, and make recommendations for CARTA’s transit system for short, medium, and longer-term transit improvements. The transit plan would:

• Develop a set of transit network concepts in the Chattanooga urbanized area, including options within the existing transit budget and options with additional funding;
• Guide the city and the region through a decision-making process to determine whether CARTA should shift the balance between ridership and coverage transit service;
• Develop a longer-term vision for transit for service up to 10 years in the future;
• Define what infrastructure (type, size, location) will be needed for the short and long-term networks to succeed;
• Recommend possible approaches for funding any short and long-term network expansions;
• Development of performance metrics that accurately reflect the community goals identified in the decision-making process;
• Recommend policies that the city of Chattanooga and the region will need to adopt or consider to ensure that any transit network meets its mobility goals, including any ideal densities needed for transit; and
• Provide insight into best practices and strategies for marketing of transit opportunities to the community to increase awareness and optimize usage of CARTA assets.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
30,000 129,545
Breakdown of External Funds

$103,636 FTA funds
$12,954 TDOT Multimodal funds
$12,955 local funds allocated from previous fiscal year

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
159545
Expected In-Service Date
July 1, 2019
Useful Life
1 year
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
159545.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

CARTA conducted a Request for Proposals process and received competitive proposals. CARTA’s $30,000 request is a portion of the total contract cost.

Impact on Operations

Long term impacts of this analysis are not known at this time. However, this process includes public input and coordination with the city of Chattanooga so that service decisions that are made are consistent with the city of Chattanooga budgeting process and input.

Project Address
1617 Wilcox Boulevard, Chattanooga, TN 37406
Detailed Description

See below for scope of services:

The successful proposer should be a firm capable of preparing a comprehensive transit system redesign plan as outlined below:

a. Project Management: biweekly project management coordination calls and monthly progress reports when invoices provided.
b. Community Engagement, Phase 1: the first phase of community engagement will focus on the trade-offs that Chattanooga will need to make in order to take action on its transit system in the future. This includes the development of an online survey related to the key choices as well as an analysis and presentation of results. Successful proposer will provide text content and images to support development of a website for the redesign project. Proposer will also provide or support development of a press release and other communication materials, a presentation and discussion for the City Council and Board, and support for other events or outreach that CARTA wishes to conduct during the time of the planning study. A portion of this initial community engagement should include an overview of existing and future transit trends for participating stakeholders.
c. Developing Service Alternatives: creation and design of four alternative transit networks, including public-facing maps and other visual explanations of how the alternatives work, differ from one another and from the existing network.
d. Community Engagement, Phase 2: during this phase the public and other stakeholders will be asked to review the Alternatives and give feedback about how the trade-off they represent should be balanced in a new transit plan. Includes a stakeholder committee meeting, presentation to City and the CARTA Board, and a web and rider survey.
e. Draft Transit Plan: draft recommended plan with detailed maps and supporting information on frequency, span, and other key factors, and the outcomes of key performance measures. The plan should include short and long-term elements.
f. Community Engagement, Phase 3: during this phase the public and other stakeholders will be asked to review the draft recommended transit network. Includes a stakeholder committee meeting, presentation to City and the CARTA Board, and a web and rider survey.
g. Final Transit Plan: to include a summary of stakeholder and public involvement, a summary of how the alternatives were evaluated, a description of the recommended network, and implementation and policy recommendations.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
choices-report.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

CARTA-Board-Members-FY19.pdf, CARTA-Phase-1-Public-Input-Summary-memo-DRAFT-20190108.docx, Financial-Report-Financial-Report-06-30-18-Chattanooga-Area-Regional-Transportation-Authority.pdf, CARTA_Chattanooga-Choices-Report-Dec-2017.pdf, Chattanooga-Core-Design-Overview-r1.pdf, FY19-Budget.pdf, APTA-December-2018-Transit-Savings-Report.docx, Copy-of-FY20_BFO_-_Agency_Required_Documents-version-1.xlsx, CARTA-2020-Budget-Cover-Letter-and-Executive-Summary-final.docx


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Annie Powell anniepowell@gocarta.org

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1900   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
CARTA Transportation Infrastructure Projects
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

CARTA contracts with an engineer who is responsible for a yearly inspection of the Incline Railway and the creation of bid documents and specifications for track work to be completed based on the inspection report. Each year CARTA schedules the repair and replacement of line equipment and structures required for operation of the Incline Railway.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$25,453 $229,077
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

CARTA-Board-Members-2018.doc, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-B1-Local-Government-Funding-and-Service-Statistics.docx, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-B2-Program-Beneficiary-Statistics.docx, FY17-Analysis-of-Revenues.pdf, CARTA_Chattanooga-Choices-Report-Dec-2017-8.pdf, CARTA-Via-Microtransit-Pilot-overview.pdf, FINAL-2-0-MaaS-Phase-1-Report-2017-08-01-CARTA_Summary.pdf, RPA_CARTA-2015-On-Board-Survey.pdf, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-A3-Budget-Format.pdf, CARTA-Coverage-Area-FY2019.pdf, CARTA-2019-Budget-Cover-Letter-and-Executive-Summary-PDF.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Annie Powell anniepowell@gocarta.org

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 3044   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
CARTA Transportation Infrastructure Projects
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

CARTA contracts with an engineer who is responsible for a yearly inspection of the Incline Railway and the creation of bid documents and specifications for track work to be completed based on the inspection report. Each year CARTA schedules the repair and replacement of line equipment and structures required for operation of the Incline Railway.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$25,453 $229,077
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

CARTA-Board-Members-2018.doc, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-B1-Local-Government-Funding-and-Service-Statistics.docx, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-B2-Program-Beneficiary-Statistics.docx, FY17-Analysis-of-Revenues.pdf, CARTA_Chattanooga-Choices-Report-Dec-2017-8.pdf, CARTA-Via-Microtransit-Pilot-overview.pdf, FINAL-2-0-MaaS-Phase-1-Report-2017-08-01-CARTA_Summary.pdf, RPA_CARTA-2015-On-Board-Survey.pdf, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-A3-Budget-Format.pdf, CARTA-Coverage-Area-FY2019.pdf, CARTA-2019-Budget-Cover-Letter-and-Executive-Summary-PDF.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Annie Powell anniepowell@gocarta.org

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 10070   Ready for Review?
Project Name
CARTA Vehicles & Equipment
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
External Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Vehicles/Equipment
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project is for the replacement of up to five fixed route transit coaches, approximately two of which will be all electric coaches. Currently, 75% of CARTA’s fixed route fleet is past its useful life of 12 years; most of the vehicles past their useful life are between 16-20 years old. The average mileage for the entirety of CARTA’s fixed route fleet is 508,071. It is CARTA’s overall goal to transition to an all electric fleet, and CARTA is working towards slowly adding more electric coaches into its fixed route fleet.

Replacement of vehicles will ensure that CARTA continues to provide efficient, cost-effective service to the public. In addition to vehicle replacements, this project also includes the purchase of security cameras and shop equipment (hose real replacements, scaffolding, etc) for use within CARTA’s system.

Importance of Project and Why

This project is critical in that CARTA’s fleet is aging. Average maintenance costs are approximately 40% more for CARTA’s older fleet compared to its more recent vehicle purchases. Continuing to provide reliable service to CARTA’s customers becomes more challenging with an older fleet of vehicles. Having new vehicles will allow CARTA to focus more on preventive maintenance activities rather than having their attention diverted to component failures on aging buses. Replacing vehicles is a critical and costly activity for CARTA.

In addition, CARTA’s security cameras and shop equipment are aging and past their useful life. Some of CARTA’s existing cameras are more than ten years old and have begun failing. CARTA’s hose reals in particular are older and it has become difficult to repair as aging parts are not as available.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
360,029 2,415,087
Breakdown of External Funds

CARTA Low-No Allocation: $1,500,000 federal; $187,500 state
CARTA Section 5339 Funds: $280,000 federal; $35,000 state
CARTA IMPROVE Act FY 20: $412,587 state

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
2775116
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 675,000
FY 2022: 680,000
FY 2023: 690,000
FY 2024: 250,000
Expected In-Service Date
July 1, 2019
Useful Life
12 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
5070116.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

CARTA-Board-Members-FY19.pdf, CARTA-Phase-1-Public-Input-Summary-memo-DRAFT-20190108.docx, Financial-Report-Financial-Report-06-30-18-Chattanooga-Area-Regional-Transportation-Authority.pdf, CARTA_Chattanooga-Choices-Report-Dec-2017.pdf, Chattanooga-Core-Design-Overview-r1.pdf, FY19-Budget.pdf, APTA-December-2018-Transit-Savings-Report.docx, Copy-of-FY20_BFO_-_Agency_Required_Documents-version-1.xlsx, CARTA-2020-Budget-Cover-Letter-and-Executive-Summary-final.docx


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Annie Powell anniepowell@gocarta.org

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 10070

Green: The Results Teams are excited to review your full offer.
Reviewer Comments

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11790   Ready for Review?
Project Name
CARTA Vehicles & Equipment
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
External Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Vehicles/Equipment
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project is for the replacement of up to five fixed route transit coaches, approximately two of which will be all electric coaches. Currently, 75% of CARTA’s fixed route fleet is past its useful life of 12 years; most of the vehicles past their useful life are between 16-20 years old. The average mileage for the entirety of CARTA’s fixed route fleet is 508,071. It is CARTA’s overall goal to transition to an all electric fleet, and CARTA is working towards slowly adding more electric coaches into its fixed route fleet.

Replacement of vehicles will ensure that CARTA continues to provide efficient, cost-effective service to the public. In addition to vehicle replacements, this project also includes the purchase of security cameras and shop equipment (hose real replacements, scaffolding, etc) for use within CARTA’s system.

Importance of Project and Why

This project is critical in that CARTA’s fleet is aging. Average maintenance costs are approximately 40% more for CARTA’s older fleet compared to its more recent vehicle purchases. Continuing to provide reliable service to CARTA’s customers becomes more challenging with an older fleet of vehicles. Having new vehicles will allow CARTA to focus more on preventive maintenance activities rather than having their attention diverted to component failures on aging buses. Replacing vehicles is a critical and costly activity for CARTA.

In addition, CARTA’s security cameras and shop equipment are aging and past their useful life. Some of CARTA’s existing cameras are more than ten years old and have begun failing. CARTA’s hose reals in particular are older and it has become difficult to repair as aging parts are not as available.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
360,029 2,415,087
Breakdown of External Funds

CARTA Low-No Allocation: $1,500,000 federal; $187,500 state
CARTA Section 5339 Funds: $280,000 federal; $35,000 state
CARTA IMPROVE Act FY 20: $412,587 state

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
2775116
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 675,000
FY 2022: 680,000
FY 2023: 690,000
FY 2024: 250,000
Expected In-Service Date
July 1, 2019
Useful Life
12 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
5070116.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Cost estimates for vehicles are based on historical vehicle costs and current market analysis.

Impact on Operations

This project would impact operations in a positive manner. Maintenance and fuel costs will be reduced as well as increasing safety and reliability of service and vehicles. Continuing to provide reliable service to CARTA’s customers becomes more challenging with an older fleet of vehicles. Having new vehicles would allow CARTA to focus more on preventive maintenance activities rather than having attention diverted to component failures on aging buses.

Project Address
1617 Wilcox Boulevard, Chattanooga, TN 37406
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Attachment-C.pdf, 20180615075952.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

CARTA-Board-Members-FY19.pdf, CARTA-Phase-1-Public-Input-Summary-memo-DRAFT-20190108.docx, Financial-Report-Financial-Report-06-30-18-Chattanooga-Area-Regional-Transportation-Authority.pdf, CARTA_Chattanooga-Choices-Report-Dec-2017.pdf, Chattanooga-Core-Design-Overview-r1.pdf, FY19-Budget.pdf, APTA-December-2018-Transit-Savings-Report.docx, Copy-of-FY20_BFO_-_Agency_Required_Documents-version-1.xlsx, CARTA-2020-Budget-Cover-Letter-and-Executive-Summary-final.docx


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Annie Powell anniepowell@gocarta.org

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11790   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: External Operations
Promotes Sustainability
(facilities projects only)
Impact on
Operational Performance or
Service Provision
Addresses Critical
Health/Safety Need
or Operational Control
Effect on Operating &
Maintenance Costs
Overall
5.0 5.0 4.0 5.0 4.8
Reviewer Comments

Well written offer. Good leverage.

There are significant increases in requested outyear funding; please explain.

Are any FY20 or outyear funds encumbered by or needed for a grant application?


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17970   Ready for Review?
Project Name
CARTA Vehicles & Equipment
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
External Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Vehicles/Equipment
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Feedback Response 3. More than 1/2 of CARTA’s existing fixed route fleet is passed its useful life. For FY 20, CARTA has only included awarded grant funds that have been encumbered. For the outyears, CARTA has increased estimated funds in order for CARTA to have the flexibility to apply for grant opportunities for replacement vehicles as they arise in coordination with City Strategic Capital Planning.

This project is for the replacement of up to five fixed route transit coaches, approximately two of which will be all electric coaches. Currently, 75% of CARTA’s fixed route fleet is past its useful life of 12 years; most of the vehicles past their useful life are between 16-20 years old. The average mileage for the entirety of CARTA’s fixed route fleet is 508,071. It is CARTA’s overall goal to transition to an all electric fleet, and CARTA is working towards slowly adding more electric coaches into its fixed route fleet.

Replacement of vehicles will ensure that CARTA continues to provide efficient, cost-effective service to the public. In addition to vehicle replacements, this project also includes the purchase of security cameras and shop equipment (hose real replacements, scaffolding, etc) for use within CARTA’s system.

Importance of Project and Why

This project is critical in that CARTA’s fleet is aging. Average maintenance costs are approximately 40% more for CARTA’s older fleet compared to its more recent vehicle purchases. Continuing to provide reliable service to CARTA’s customers becomes more challenging with an older fleet of vehicles. Having new vehicles will allow CARTA to focus more on preventive maintenance activities rather than having their attention diverted to component failures on aging buses. Replacing vehicles is a critical and costly activity for CARTA.

In addition, CARTA’s security cameras and shop equipment are aging and past their useful life. Some of CARTA’s existing cameras are more than ten years old and have begun failing. CARTA’s hose reals in particular are older and it has become difficult to repair as aging parts are not as available.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
360,029 2,415,087
Breakdown of External Funds

CARTA Low-No Allocation: $1,500,000 federal; $187,500 state
CARTA Section 5339 Funds: $280,000 federal; $35,000 state
CARTA IMPROVE Act FY 20: $412,587 state

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
2775116
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 675,000
FY 2022: 680,000
FY 2023: 690,000
FY 2024: 250,000
Expected In-Service Date
July 1, 2019
Useful Life
12 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
5070116.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Cost estimates for vehicles are based on historical vehicle costs and current market analysis.

Impact on Operations

This project would impact operations in a positive manner. Maintenance and fuel costs will be reduced as well as increasing safety and reliability of service and vehicles. Continuing to provide reliable service to CARTA’s customers becomes more challenging with an older fleet of vehicles. Having new vehicles would allow CARTA to focus more on preventive maintenance activities rather than having attention diverted to component failures on aging buses.

Project Address
1617 Wilcox Boulevard, Chattanooga, TN 37406
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
11790_11790_Attachment-C.pdf, 11790_11790_20180615075952.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

CARTA-Board-Members-FY19.pdf, CARTA-Phase-1-Public-Input-Summary-memo-DRAFT-20190108.docx, Financial-Report-Financial-Report-06-30-18-Chattanooga-Area-Regional-Transportation-Authority.pdf, CARTA_Chattanooga-Choices-Report-Dec-2017.pdf, Chattanooga-Core-Design-Overview-r1.pdf, FY19-Budget.pdf, APTA-December-2018-Transit-Savings-Report.docx, Copy-of-FY20_BFO_-_Agency_Required_Documents-version-1.xlsx, CARTA-2020-Budget-Cover-Letter-and-Executive-Summary-final.docx


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Annie Powell anniepowell@gocarta.org

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1881   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
CARTA Vehicles/Equipment Projects
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Vehicles/Equipment
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project is for the replacement of five electric shuttle vehicles and the purchase of five smaller cutaway vehicles for use in CARTA’s mictrotransit/neighborhood service. Approximately one third of CARTA’s electric shuttle fleet is 21-22 years old; these are well past their useful life of seven years. CARTA has also applied for funding under TDOT’s IMPROVE Act grant program for the purchase of smaller vehicles to be used for CARTA’s Phase I Mobility as a Service program. Replacement of these vehicles will ensure that CARTA continues to provide efficient, cost-effective service to the public. In addition to vehicle replacements, this project also includes the purchase of security cameras and shop equipment for use within CARTA’s system.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$391,914 $2,765,976
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

CARTA-Board-Members-2018.doc, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-B1-Local-Government-Funding-and-Service-Statistics.docx, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-B2-Program-Beneficiary-Statistics.docx, FY17-Analysis-of-Revenues.pdf, CARTA_Chattanooga-Choices-Report-Dec-2017-8.pdf, CARTA-Via-Microtransit-Pilot-overview.pdf, FINAL-2-0-MaaS-Phase-1-Report-2017-08-01-CARTA_Summary.pdf, RPA_CARTA-2015-On-Board-Survey.pdf, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-A3-Budget-Format.pdf, CARTA-Coverage-Area-FY2019.pdf, CARTA-2019-Budget-Cover-Letter-and-Executive-Summary-PDF.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Annie Powell anniepowell@gocarta.org

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 3043   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
CARTA Vehicles/Equipment Projects
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Vehicles/Equipment
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This project is for the replacement of five electric shuttle vehicles and the purchase of five smaller cutaway vehicles for use in CARTA’s mictrotransit/neighborhood service. Approximately one third of CARTA’s electric shuttle fleet is 21-22 years old; these are well past their useful life of seven years. CARTA has also applied for funding under TDOT’s IMPROVE Act grant program for the purchase of smaller vehicles to be used for CARTA’s Phase I Mobility as a Service program. Replacement of these vehicles will ensure that CARTA continues to provide efficient, cost-effective service to the public. In addition to vehicle replacements, this project also includes the purchase of security cameras and shop equipment for use within CARTA’s system.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$391,914 $2,765,976
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
3043_City-of-Chattanooga-Letter-of-Support.pdf, 3043_IMPROVE-Act-Summary-January-18-2018.pdf, 3043_IMPROVE2018_CARTA_AwardLetter.pdf, 3043_Via-CARTA-12.21.17-final-003_edited-6a.pdf, 3043_CARTA-Coverage-Area-FY2019.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

CARTA-Board-Members-2018.doc, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-B1-Local-Government-Funding-and-Service-Statistics.docx, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-B2-Program-Beneficiary-Statistics.docx, FY17-Analysis-of-Revenues.pdf, CARTA_Chattanooga-Choices-Report-Dec-2017-8.pdf, CARTA-Via-Microtransit-Pilot-overview.pdf, FINAL-2-0-MaaS-Phase-1-Report-2017-08-01-CARTA_Summary.pdf, RPA_CARTA-2015-On-Board-Survey.pdf, FY19-CARTA-Attachment-A3-Budget-Format.pdf, CARTA-Coverage-Area-FY2019.pdf, CARTA-2019-Budget-Cover-Letter-and-Executive-Summary-PDF.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Annie Powell anniepowell@gocarta.org

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 10364   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Carter Street Streetscaping Improvements
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Carter Street Streetscaping Improvements between 12th Street and Main Street

Importance of Project and Why

There is street-scaping all along Carter St. until 12th St., and then again after Main, but nothing in between. This has become a major pedestrian way for the stadium and other events in the area, and there is not even a single functional street light in the two blocks. There is a huge opportunity for trees and lighting, particularly along the right side of the screen shot with ample sidewalks widths.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$300,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
300000
Expected In-Service Date
June 30, 2020
Useful Life
50
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
300000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 10364

Yellow: Proceed, but know this offer may need significant changes and that funding is limited.
Reviewer Comments

Please provide additional supporting information regarding the justification for this project.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11813   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Carter Street Streetscaping Improvements
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Carter Street Streetscaping Improvements between 12th Street and Main Street

Importance of Project and Why

There is street-scaping all along Carter St. until 12th St., and then again after Main, but nothing in between. This has become a major pedestrian way for the stadium and other events in the area, and there is not even a single functional street light in the two blocks. There is a huge opportunity for trees and lighting, particularly along the right side of the screen shot with ample sidewalks widths.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$300,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
300000
Expected In-Service Date
June 30, 2020
Useful Life
50
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
300000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Approx 1,500 LF @ $200 / ft. = $300k https://goo.gl/maps/1Mv6YkM2HZk

Impact on Operations

Minimal increase apart from new street trees and lighting maintenance.

Project Address
Carter Street between 12th Street and Main Street
Detailed Description

Install street trees and street lighting along Carter Street between 12th Street and Main Street where there currently is no streetscaping.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11813   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Infrastructure
Impact
on Chattanooga
Advances Planning or Policy Priorities Addresses Existing System Needs Promotes Economic Development Leverages Collaboration and/or External Funds Overall
3.0 3.0 4.0 3.0 3.0 3.2
Reviewer Comments

Since much of this appears to be due to the state project on 27, I wonder if state funding is available?

Are no streetlights present at all, or only no pedestrian lights? If the former, consider adding vehicular-scale lighting first?


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17992   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Carter Street Streetscaping Improvements
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Carter Street Streetscaping Improvements between 12th Street and Main Street

Importance of Project and Why

There is street-scaping all along Carter St. until 12th St., and then again after Main, but nothing in between. This has become a major pedestrian way for the stadium and other events in the area, and there is not even a single functional street light in the two blocks. There is a huge opportunity for trees and lighting, particularly along the right side of the screen shot with ample sidewalks widths.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$300,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
300000
Expected In-Service Date
June 30, 2020
Useful Life
50
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
300000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Approx 1,500 LF @ $200 / ft. = $300k https://goo.gl/maps/1Mv6YkM2HZk

Impact on Operations

Minimal increase apart from new street trees and lighting maintenance.

Project Address
Carter Street between 12th Street and Main Street
Detailed Description

Feedback for CIP: This project is not elegible for state or federal funding.
Feedback for OCP: There currently are no streetlights or pedestrian lights in the area.

Install street trees and street lighting along Carter Street between 12th Street and Main Street where there currently is no streetscaping.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1296   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
CDBG Sidewalk
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Construction of sidewalks in designated low-income neighborhoods where pedestrian travel is necessary for many residents. The external amount is a planning number and is based upon the total federal allocation of CDBG funds to the City of Chattanooga and distribution of funds across their multiple uses.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
100,000 200,000
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

2018_0126_CDOTCapital_Submitted.xlsx, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-2018_0126.pdf, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-detail-2018_0126.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Lezlie Rupert lrupert@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 3023   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
CDBG Sidewalk
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Construction of sidewalks in designated low-income neighborhoods where pedestrian travel is necessary for many residents. The external amount is a planning number and is based upon the total federal allocation of CDBG funds to the City of Chattanooga and distribution of funds across their multiple uses.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
100,000 200,000
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

2018_0126_CDOTCapital_Submitted.xlsx, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-2018_0126.pdf, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-detail-2018_0126.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Lezlie Rupert lrupert@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 10184   Ready for Review?
Project Name
CDBG Sidewalks
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Construction of sidewalks in designated low-income neighborhoods where pedestrian travel is necessary for many residents. The external amount is a planning number and is based upon the total federal allocation of CDBG funds to the City of Chattanooga and distribution of funds across their multiple uses.

Importance of Project and Why

Ensuring that Chattanoogans can safely walk as part of daily trips is an essential component of CDOT’s mission to make safe, efficient transportation viable for all people. Chattanooga’s incomplete and inaccessible pedestrian network is a significant barrier to walking for many Chattanoogans. This project helps us to fill the most impactful gaps in our sidewalk network for Chattanoogans most in need of safe pedestrian paths.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$100,000 $200,000
Breakdown of External Funds

HUD $200,000

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
300000
Expected In-Service Date
June 1, 2019
Useful Life
50 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
300000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 10184

Green: The Results Teams are excited to review your full offer.
Reviewer Comments

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11798   Ready for Review?
Project Name
CDBG Sidewalks
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Construction of sidewalks in designated low-income neighborhoods where pedestrian travel is necessary for many residents. The external amount is a planning number and is based upon the total federal allocation of CDBG funds to the City of Chattanooga and distribution of funds across their multiple uses.

Importance of Project and Why

Ensuring that Chattanoogans can safely walk as part of daily trips is an essential component of CDOT’s mission to make safe, efficient transportation viable for all people. Chattanooga’s incomplete and inaccessible pedestrian network is a significant barrier to walking for many Chattanoogans. This project helps us to fill the most impactful gaps in our sidewalk network for Chattanoogans most in need of safe pedestrian paths.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$100,000 200000
Breakdown of External Funds

HUD $200,000 through ECD

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
300000
Expected In-Service Date
June 1, 2019
Useful Life
50 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
300000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Projects are chosen that fit within the allotted dollar amount each year.

Impact on Operations

Minimal change in operations other than maintenance of new sidewalks, typically between 3,000 and 5,000 feet per year.

Project Address
Eligible Low income areas as defined by census tracts; households below a median income threshold identified by HUD
Detailed Description

CDBG Sidewalks are a recurring annual project managed by CDOT project mgmt that meet the CDBG program requirements listed here:

The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
About the Community Development Block Grant:

The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) is the largest grant that the Office of Community Development offers. It is also the most flexible in its eligible activities, which include: administration, housing, infrastructure and improvements, as well as a variety of other activities. Community Development receives approximately $2.2 million in CDBG funding annually. The CDBG program gives Chattanooga the opportunity to develop viable communities by funding activities that provide decent housing; a suitable living environment; and by expanding economic opportunities, principally for low and moderate income persons. Funds are awarded to carry out a wide range of community development activities directed toward neighborhood revitalization, economic development, and the provision of improved community facilities and services. Though various activities can be undertaken with the use of the funds the funded activity must principally benefit low- and moderate-income persons.

All projects must meet one of the three national objectives of the program:

Benefit low- and moderate- income persons; or
Aid in the prevention or elimination of slums and blight; or
Address needs having a particular urgency.
Projects meeting the low- and moderate- income persons benefit objective must either:

Require income eligibility provisions limiting project benefits to low- and moderate- income persons; or
Restrict project locations to areas predominantly inhabited by low- and moderate- income earning residents
Projects meeting the prevention and elimination of slums and blight must address the conditions which cause slums and blight. Historic preservation projects involving rehabilitation belong to this category.

Projects meeting the urgent needs objective must, in their design, alleviate recent existing conditions (within the past 18 months) that pose threats to the health and welfare of the community.

Examples of eligible CDBG funded activities include:

Property acquisition and disposition – for housing, public facilities, economic development projects.
Acquisition, construction, rehabilitation or installation of public facilities and improvements – parks, streets, sidewalks, community centers.
Planning and Urban Design activities – neighborhood plans and strategies.
Eligible administrative costs of overall program management, coordination, monitoring, evaluation, and fair housing activities, limited to 20% of the total grant.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
17th-st_Estimate.pdf, WILDER-Ave_Estimate.pdf, 17TH-ST-LOCATION-MAP-A.jpg, 17TH-ST-LOCATION-MAP.jpg, WILDER-ST-LOCATION-MAP-A.jpg, WILDER-ST-LOCATION-MAP.jpg
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11798   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Infrastructure
Impact
on Chattanooga
Advances Planning or Policy Priorities Addresses Existing System Needs Promotes Economic Development Leverages Collaboration and/or External Funds Overall
4.0 4.0 5.0 4.0 3.0 4.0
Reviewer Comments

No comments.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17978   Ready for Review?
Project Name
CDBG Sidewalks
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Construction of sidewalks in designated low-income neighborhoods where pedestrian travel is necessary for many residents. The external amount is a planning number and is based upon the total federal allocation of CDBG funds to the City of Chattanooga and distribution of funds across their multiple uses.

Importance of Project and Why

Ensuring that Chattanoogans can safely walk as part of daily trips is an essential component of CDOT’s mission to make safe, efficient transportation viable for all people. Chattanooga’s incomplete and inaccessible pedestrian network is a significant barrier to walking for many Chattanoogans. This project helps us to fill the most impactful gaps in our sidewalk network for Chattanoogans most in need of safe pedestrian paths.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$100,000 200000
Breakdown of External Funds

HUD $200,000 through ECD

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
300000
Expected In-Service Date
June 1, 2019
Useful Life
50 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate

Projects are chosen that fit within the allotted dollar amount each year.

Impact on Operations

Minimal change in operations other than maintenance of new sidewalks, typically between 3,000 and 5,000 feet per year.

Project Address
Eligible Low income areas as defined by census tracts; households below a median income threshold identified by HUD
Detailed Description

CDBG Sidewalks are a recurring annual project managed by CDOT project mgmt that meet the CDBG program requirements listed here:

The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
About the Community Development Block Grant:

The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) is the largest grant that the Office of Community Development offers. It is also the most flexible in its eligible activities, which include: administration, housing, infrastructure and improvements, as well as a variety of other activities. Community Development receives approximately $2.2 million in CDBG funding annually. The CDBG program gives Chattanooga the opportunity to develop viable communities by funding activities that provide decent housing; a suitable living environment; and by expanding economic opportunities, principally for low and moderate income persons. Funds are awarded to carry out a wide range of community development activities directed toward neighborhood revitalization, economic development, and the provision of improved community facilities and services. Though various activities can be undertaken with the use of the funds the funded activity must principally benefit low- and moderate-income persons.

All projects must meet one of the three national objectives of the program:

Benefit low- and moderate- income persons; or
Aid in the prevention or elimination of slums and blight; or
Address needs having a particular urgency.
Projects meeting the low- and moderate- income persons benefit objective must either:

Require income eligibility provisions limiting project benefits to low- and moderate- income persons; or
Restrict project locations to areas predominantly inhabited by low- and moderate- income earning residents
Projects meeting the prevention and elimination of slums and blight must address the conditions which cause slums and blight. Historic preservation projects involving rehabilitation belong to this category.

Projects meeting the urgent needs objective must, in their design, alleviate recent existing conditions (within the past 18 months) that pose threats to the health and welfare of the community.

Examples of eligible CDBG funded activities include:

Property acquisition and disposition – for housing, public facilities, economic development projects.
Acquisition, construction, rehabilitation or installation of public facilities and improvements – parks, streets, sidewalks, community centers.
Planning and Urban Design activities – neighborhood plans and strategies.
Eligible administrative costs of overall program management, coordination, monitoring, evaluation, and fair housing activities, limited to 20% of the total grant.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
11798_17th-st_Estimate.pdf, 11798_WILDER-Ave_Estimate.pdf, 11798_17TH-ST-LOCATION-MAP-A.jpg, 11798_17TH-ST-LOCATION-MAP.jpg, 11798_WILDER-ST-LOCATION-MAP-A.jpg, 11798_WILDER-ST-LOCATION-MAP.jpg
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1302   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
CDOT Fleet
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

CDOT need to replace four of its specialized trucks utilized by the crew to install signs and signals: one basket truck and two bucket trucks. The trucks are all over 100,000 miles and need to be replaced to allow for the safe and efficient work of our crew workers. This funding will allow the department to maintain its operations.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
480,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

2018_0126_CDOTCapital_Submitted.xlsx, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-2018_0126.pdf, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-detail-2018_0126.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Lezlie Rupert lrupert@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 3027   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
CDOT Fleet
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

CDOT need to replace four of its specialized trucks utilized by the crew to install signs and signals: one basket truck and two bucket trucks. The trucks are all over 100,000 miles and need to be replaced to allow for the safe and efficient work of our crew workers. This funding will allow the department to maintain its operations.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
480,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

2018_0126_CDOTCapital_Submitted.xlsx, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-2018_0126.pdf, FY-2019-Capital-Submission-detail-2018_0126.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Lezlie Rupert lrupert@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 9867   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Central Avenue
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Project includes two through lanes for car traffic, planted median, streetscape, complete streets facilities, bridge, intersection improvements, and direct bike/pedestrian connection to the Riverwalk. This project is in the FY 2017 – 2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), a regional plan that programs federal funds received in the City.

Importance of Project and Why

The purpose of the project is provide a connection from 3rd Street to Riverside Drive; improve multi-modal circulation; improve safety; connect neighborhoods to the Riverfront; alleviate stormwater issues.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$274,000 $1,096,000
Breakdown of External Funds

Federal TIP = $1,096,000

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
1370000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: $2,000,000
FY 2022: $10,500,000
FY 2023: $0
FY 2024: $0
Expected In-Service Date
December 31, 2024
Useful Life
50
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
13870000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 9867

Green: The Results Teams are excited to review your full offer.
Reviewer Comments

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11748   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Central Avenue (REQ)
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Project includes two through lanes for car traffic, planted median, streetscape, complete streets facilities, bridge, intersection improvements, and direct bike/pedestrian connection to the Riverwalk. This project is in the FY 2017 – 2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), a regional plan that programs federal funds received in the City.

Importance of Project and Why

The purpose of the project is provide a connection from 3rd Street to Riverside Drive; improve multi-modal circulation; improve safety; connect neighborhoods to the Riverfront; alleviate stormwater issues.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$274,000 $1,096,000
Breakdown of External Funds

Federal TIP = $1,096,000

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
1370000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: $2,000,000
FY 2022: $10,500,000
FY 2023: $0
FY 2024: $0
Expected In-Service Date
December 31, 2024
Useful Life
50
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
13870000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

TIP Estimate +Current design scope cost estimates
NEPA = $ 1.5M
DESIGN = $ 2.0M
ROW = $ 2.0M
CONST = $10.5M
TOTAL = $16M
(CITY COST = 20% = $3.2M )

Impact on Operations

Additional signals, addition of trees in right-of-way

Project Address
Central Avenue from 3rd Street to Riverside Drive
Detailed Description

Current Total Reimbursement to date (equals amount City must return to FHWA in the event of project cancellation/recision) = $714,112.64. This project will create a connection from the existing end of Central Avenue to Riverside Drive. The project details are still in development, but the general project plan is for a proposed section of roadway with two 11-foot lanes with curb and gutter, a landscaped buffer behind each curb, a 5-foot sidewalkalong the southbound lane, a 10-foot shared use path along the northbound lane, and will have a proposed design speed of 25mph.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Central-Ave-Extension_Current-TIP-Sheet.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11748   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Infrastructure
Impact
on Chattanooga
Advances Planning or Policy Priorities Addresses Existing System Needs Promotes Economic Development Leverages Collaboration and/or External Funds Overall
4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.0 3.8
Reviewer Comments

Is there any additional project detail that can be provided?


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17928   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Central Avenue (REQ)
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Project includes two through lanes for car traffic, planted median, streetscape, complete streets facilities, bridge, intersection improvements, and direct bike/pedestrian connection to the Riverwalk. This project is in the FY 2017 – 2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), a regional plan that programs federal funds received in the City.

Importance of Project and Why

The purpose of the project is provide a connection from 3rd Street to Riverside Drive; improve multi-modal circulation; improve safety; connect neighborhoods to the Riverfront; alleviate stormwater issues.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$274,000 $1,096,000
Breakdown of External Funds

Federal TIP = $1,096,000

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
1370000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: $2,000,000
FY 2022: $10,500,000
FY 2023: $0
FY 2024: $0
Expected In-Service Date
December 31, 2024
Useful Life
50
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
13870000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

TIP Estimate +Current design scope cost estimates
NEPA = $ 1.5M
DESIGN = $ 2.0M
ROW = $ 2.0M
CONST = $10.5M
TOTAL = $16M
(CITY COST = 20% = $3.2M )

Impact on Operations

Additional signals, addition of trees in right-of-way

Project Address
Central Avenue from 3rd Street to Riverside Drive
Detailed Description

Current Total Reimbursement to date (equals amount City must return to FHWA in the event of project cancellation/recision) = $714,112.64. This project will create a connection from the existing end of Central Avenue to Riverside Drive. The project details are still in development, but the general project plan is for a proposed section of roadway with two 11-foot lanes with curb and gutter, a landscaped buffer behind each curb, a 5-foot sidewalkalong the southbound lane, a 10-foot shared use path along the northbound lane, and will have a proposed design speed of 25mph.

Answer to OCP Feedback asking if there is any additional project detail that can be provided: Due to Adverse Effect finding in the Section 106 process for the NEPA phase of this project, the final project scope will also include yet-to-be-determined mitigation measures in addition to the proposed roadway extension. This project anticipates inclusion in the FY2020-FY2023 TIP.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
11748_11748_11748_Central-Ave-Extension_Current-TIP-Sheet.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1191   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Central Business District Litter Receptacles
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

For purchasing multiple litter receptacles to be placed in the downtown area to collect litter.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
50,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Ricky Colston rcolston@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 2978   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Central Business District Litter Receptacles
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

For purchasing multiple litter receptacles to be placed in the downtown area to collect litter.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
50,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Ricky Colston rcolston@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1750   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
CFD Apparatus Replacement Plan
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Vehicles/Equipment
Department/Agency Type
Fire Department Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

While the Chattanooga Fire Department (CFD) works hard to prevent fire, it remains prepared to respond to and mitigate all emergency incidents 24/7/365. In support of the mission of the CFD, this Capital offer seeks to fund the replacement of multiple fire apparatus per the CFD’s Apparatus Replacement Plan. The department’s apparatus are aging and consistent replacement is vital to continue providing basic life-saving and property-conserving operations. Without working fire apparatus and equipment, firefighters can do little to perform the duties. The replacement plan replaces frontline apparatus, moving them to reserve status. Last year, the department was able to replace a large quint apparatus, but unable to fund the other engine apparatus requested. Our reserve fleet is dangerously low of viable apparatus because the replacement plan has not been fully funded through the years. So, there is desperate need to fund this Capital offer so that the department does not fall further behind. With the funding requested, it is possible to purchase and replace the last of the department’s 1991 engine apparatus and two water tenders (also referred to as tankers), one of which is a 1974 Ford, and the other a 1979 GMC.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
1100000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Seth Miller srmiller@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 3050   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
CFD Apparatus Replacement Plan
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Vehicles/Equipment
Department/Agency Type
Fire Department Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

While the Chattanooga Fire Department (CFD) works hard to prevent fire, it remains prepared to respond to and mitigate all emergency incidents 24/7/365. In support of the mission of the CFD, this Capital offer seeks to fund the replacement of multiple fire apparatus per the CFD’s Apparatus Replacement Plan. The department’s apparatus are aging and consistent replacement is vital to continue providing basic life-saving and property-conserving operations. Without working fire apparatus and equipment, firefighters can do little to perform the duties. The replacement plan replaces frontline apparatus, moving them to reserve status. Last year, the department was able to replace a large quint apparatus, but unable to fund the other engine apparatus requested. Our reserve fleet is dangerously low of viable apparatus because the replacement plan has not been fully funded through the years. So, there is desperate need to fund this Capital offer so that the department does not fall further behind. With the funding requested, it is possible to purchase and replace the last of the department’s 1991 engine apparatus and two water tenders (also referred to as tankers), one of which is a 1974 Ford, and the other a 1979 GMC.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
1100000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Seth Miller srmiller@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 9932   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Charles H. Coolidge Medal of Honor Heritage Center
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Charles H. Coolidge Medal of Honor Heritage Center Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The Charles H. Coolidge Medal of Honor Heritage Center is in the midst of its $6 million capital campaign to design and build a new, expanded 19,000 square foot Heritage Center in the heart of downtown Chattanooga at the Aquarium Plaza. The new, 19,000 square-foot Heritage Center will feature first-class interactive and immerse exhibits that will drive educational opportunities for our youth and schools, create an economic impact to our region, and raise historic and cultural awareness of an important part of Chattanooga’s heritage among all citizens and visitors alike. Scheduled to open in early 2020, the Heritage Center will also serve as a integral part of our Medal of Honor Character Development Program and Character Club initiative that are working hand-in-hand to educate thousands of children in our area about the stories behind different Medal of Honor recipients and how they can learn something from their acts of valor — all in hopes that they will emulate the six character traits of the program to make their lives and community better.

Importance of Project and Why

The new Charles H. Coolidge Medal of Honor Heritage Center will help recognize an important part of Chattanooga’s heritage that many people do not know today — that Chattanooga is the “Birthplace of the Medal of Honor” as the very Medals of Honor were awarded for acts of valor in and around Chattanooga. The new Heritage Center will preserve this heritage while honoring those who have received the Medal of Honor since through a first-class, immersive and interactive experience that educates people, especially our youth, about the six character traits that embody the Medal of Honor and inspired them to emulate these values and make a positive change in their own lives and community

While the Heritage Center recognizes Chattanooga as the birthplace of the Medal of Honor and honors those Medal of Honor recipients connected to our city and the surrounding areas, it will also serve as an integral part of our innovative Character Development Program that uses the dramatic stories of Medal of Honor recipients to educate our children about the six character traits that embody all Medal of Honor recipients – Courage, Commitment, Citizenship, Sacrifice, Integrity and Patriotism.

Designed for children and youth in our schools, community centers and neighborhoods across our community, the Medal of Honor Character Development Program uses the real-life stories of Medal of Honor recipients to educate people, especially our youth, about real-life issues and how they can emulate these values in making better decisions that will help make their lives and community better. In essence, this program teaches students that ordinary people can meet great challenges and do incredible acts that will help change the world.

As of now, the Heritage Center has integrated this program into the educational curriculum and Junior ROTC programs in several local Chattanooga area public schools – including Brainerd and Howard High Schools.

In addition, through a partnership with the city of Chattanooga’s Youth and Family Development Centers, the Heritage Center is teaching its Character Development Program in those neighborhood settings with an emphasis on reaching at-risk, underserved children. This approach is already showing promise in shaping and guiding our youth to better themselves and their community. In 2018 alone, we anticipate presenting to more than 1,185 children at six schools and recreation centers.

More important, the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation recently awarded our Educator Curator James Scott with the prestigious Excellence in Character Education Award for his outstanding work in creating the Medal of Honor Character Club. This program continues to make an impact on the at-risk, underserved youth in our community, and the Heritage Center is exploring several options that will help expand and grow this innovative program in 2019 as we get ready to open our doors in early 2020.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$250,000 $0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
250000
Expected In-Service Date
February 28, 2020
Useful Life
50 years – plus
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
250000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

MOHHC-IRS-501c3-Original_Email.pdf, Medal-990-2017-PUBLIC.pdf, 18017_MOH_BoardMembers_Insert_8_5_x_10_625_PUB_Rev_Cropped.pdf, FY2017-Public-Audit.pdf, Budget-for-Public-2019.xlsx, Charles-H-Coolidge-Natainoal-Medal-of-Honor-Heritage-Center-Charter.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Vince Butler vbutler@johngroup.com

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 9932

Green: The Results Teams are excited to review your full offer.
Reviewer Comments

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11773   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Charles H. Coolidge Medal of Honor Heritage Center
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Charles H. Coolidge Medal of Honor Heritage Center Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The Charles H. Coolidge Medal of Honor Heritage Center is in the midst of its $6 million capital campaign to design and build a new, expanded 19,000 square foot Heritage Center in the heart of downtown Chattanooga at the Aquarium Plaza. The Heritage Center will feature first-class interactive and immerse exhibits that will drive countless educational opportunities for our youth and schools, create an economic impact to downtown tourism and our region, and raise historic and cultural awareness of an important part of Chattanooga’s heritage among all citizens and visitors alike. Scheduled to open in early 2020, the Heritage Center will serve as a integral part of our Medal of Honor Character Development Program and Character Club initiative where we are working hand-in-hand with schools and City’s Youth & Family Development Centers to educate thousands of children in our area about six character traits – courage, commitment, sacrifice, patriotism, integrity and citizenship – that embody the Medal of Honor and its recipients. Once completed, the Heritage Center will and truly enhance the cultural tourism aspect of Chattanooga’s tourism industry. More important, it will also become a living classroom for these two character programs where our youth and people of all ages can learn about these six character traits and how they to emulate them to make their lives and community better.

Importance of Project and Why

The new Charles H. Coolidge Medal of Honor Heritage Center will help recognize an important part of Chattanooga’s heritage that many people do not know today — that Chattanooga is the “Birthplace of the Medal of Honor” as the very Medals of Honor were awarded for acts of valor in and around Chattanooga. The new Heritage Center will preserve this heritage while honoring those who have received the Medal of Honor since through a first-class, immersive and interactive experience that educates people, especially our youth, about the six character traits that embody the Medal of Honor and inspired them to emulate these values and make a positive change in their own lives and community

While the Heritage Center recognizes Chattanooga as the birthplace of the Medal of Honor and honors those Medal of Honor recipients connected to our city and the surrounding areas, it will also serve as an integral part of our innovative Character Development Program and Character Club that uses the dramatic stories of Medal of Honor recipients to educate our children about the six character traits that embody all Medal of Honor recipients – Courage, Commitment, Citizenship, Sacrifice, Integrity and Patriotism.

Designed for children and youth in our schools, community centers and neighborhoods across our community, the Medal of Honor Character Development Program and Character Club uses the real-life stories of Medal of Honor recipients to educate people, especially our youth, about real-life issues and how they can emulate these values in making better decisions that will help make their lives and community better. In essence, this program teaches students that ordinary people can meet great challenges and do incredible acts that will help change the world.

As of now, the Heritage Center has integrated this program into the educational curriculum and Junior ROTC programs in several local Chattanooga area public schools – including Brainerd and Howard High Schools.

In addition, through a partnership with the city of Chattanooga’s Youth and Family Development Centers, the Heritage Center is teaching its Character Development Program in those neighborhood settings with an emphasis on reaching at-risk, underserved children. This approach is already showing promise in shaping and guiding our youth to better themselves and their community. In 2018 alone, we presented this class to more than 1,185 children at six schools and recreation centers.

More important, the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation recently awarded our Educator Curator James Scott with the prestigious Excellence in Character Education Award for his outstanding work in creating the Medal of Honor Character Club. This program continues to make an impact on the at-risk, underserved youth in our community, and the Heritage Center is now in the process of working with Jason McKinney, the Deputy Administrator of Youth and Family Development at City of Chattanooga, on expanding and growing this innovative program in 2019 as we get ready to open our doors in early 2020.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$250,000 $4,750,000
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
5000000
Expected In-Service Date
February 28, 2020
Useful Life
50 years – plus
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
5000000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

The $250,000 capital campaign contribution will be used to fund part of our overall budget to design and build the news Charles H. Coolidge Medal of Honor Heritage Center in the Aquarium Plaza. The total project cost is $5 million, and here is the breakdown of the budget:

Construction Budget:

Exhibit Design Fees $95,000
Design Consultant Fees $341,500
Exhibit Construction $3,050,000
Content Production & Delivery $300,000
Artifact Procurement $40,000
Architect Design Fees $21,000
General Construction $216,000
Construction Administration $13,500
Project Director $85,000
Contingency $55,500

Grand Total: $4,217,500

Impact on Operations

The Charles H. Coolidge Medal of Honor Heritage Center, through a partnership with the city of Chattanooga’s Youth and Family Development Centers, is holding its Character Club program is various YFD Centers. In 2018 alone, we presented this class to more than 1,185 children at six schools and recreation centers. This program continues to make an impact on the at-risk, underserved youth in our community, and the Heritage Center is now in the process of working with Jason McKinney, the Deputy Administrator of Youth and Family Development at City of Chattanooga, on expanding and growing this innovative program in 2019 with the other YFD Centers as we get ready to open our doors in early 2020.

Project Address
2 W. Aquarium Way
Detailed Description

We have an “virtual” fly-through of the final design, which can be viewed at the following URL: https://youtu.be/jnhvzt-xZhA

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
City-of-Chattanooga-250k-pledge-letter-01.17.2018.pdf, 1-MOH-Entrance.jpg, 2-MOH-Theater-Entrance.jpg, 3-MOH-Theater.jpg, 3B-MOH-Theater.jpg, 4-MOH-First-Medals.jpg, 5-MOH-Chattanooga-Campaign.jpg, 6-MOM-Middle-Wars.jpg, 7-MOH-WW-I.jpg, 8-MOH-Hallway-to-Coolidge.jpg, 9-MOH-Coolidge-Exhibit.jpg, 10-MOH-Korea-War-Exhibit.jpg, 11-MOH-Vietnam-Living-Room-Exhibit.jpg, 12-MOH-War-on-Terror-Exhibit.jpg, 13-MOH-Medal-History.jpg, 14-MOH-Hall-of-Valor.jpg, 15-MOH-TN-Wall-of-Valor.jpg, Floor-Plan-Diagram.jpg, 18017_MOH_ViewBook_2018_Email.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

MOHHC-IRS-501c3-Original_Email.pdf, Medal-990-2017-PUBLIC.pdf, 18017_MOH_BoardMembers_Insert_8_5_x_10_625_PUB_Rev_Cropped.pdf, FY2017-Public-Audit.pdf, Budget-for-Public-2019.xlsx, Charles-H-Coolidge-Natainoal-Medal-of-Honor-Heritage-Center-Charter.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Vince Butler vbutler@johngroup.com

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11773   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Infrastructure
Impact
on Chattanooga
Advances Planning or Policy Priorities Addresses Existing System Needs Promotes Economic Development Leverages Collaboration and/or External Funds Overall
3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 1.0 2.6
Reviewer Comments

Please provide an itemized budget

City has made prior funding committment; itemized budget is not required


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17966   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Charles H. Coolidge Medal of Honor Heritage Center
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Charles H. Coolidge Medal of Honor Heritage Center Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The Charles H. Coolidge Medal of Honor Heritage Center is in the midst of its $6 million capital campaign to design and build a new, expanded 19,000 square foot Heritage Center in the heart of downtown Chattanooga at the Aquarium Plaza. The Heritage Center will feature first-class interactive and immerse exhibits that will drive countless educational opportunities for our youth and schools, create an economic impact to downtown tourism and our region, and raise historic and cultural awareness of an important part of Chattanooga’s heritage among all citizens and visitors alike. Scheduled to open in early 2020, the Heritage Center will serve as a integral part of our Medal of Honor Character Development Program and Character Club initiative where we are working hand-in-hand with schools and City’s Youth & Family Development Centers to educate thousands of children in our area about six character traits – courage, commitment, sacrifice, patriotism, integrity and citizenship – that embody the Medal of Honor and its recipients. Once completed, the Heritage Center will and truly enhance the cultural tourism aspect of Chattanooga’s tourism industry. More important, it will also become a living classroom for these two character programs where our youth and people of all ages can learn about these six character traits and how they to emulate them to make their lives and community better.

Importance of Project and Why

The new Charles H. Coolidge Medal of Honor Heritage Center will help recognize an important part of Chattanooga’s heritage that many people do not know today — that Chattanooga is the “Birthplace of the Medal of Honor” as the very Medals of Honor were awarded for acts of valor in and around Chattanooga. The new Heritage Center will preserve this heritage while honoring those who have received the Medal of Honor since through a first-class, immersive and interactive experience that educates people, especially our youth, about the six character traits that embody the Medal of Honor and inspired them to emulate these values and make a positive change in their own lives and community

While the Heritage Center recognizes Chattanooga as the birthplace of the Medal of Honor and honors those Medal of Honor recipients connected to our city and the surrounding areas, it will also serve as an integral part of our innovative Character Development Program and Character Club that uses the dramatic stories of Medal of Honor recipients to educate our children about the six character traits that embody all Medal of Honor recipients – Courage, Commitment, Citizenship, Sacrifice, Integrity and Patriotism.

Designed for children and youth in our schools, community centers and neighborhoods across our community, the Medal of Honor Character Development Program and Character Club uses the real-life stories of Medal of Honor recipients to educate people, especially our youth, about real-life issues and how they can emulate these values in making better decisions that will help make their lives and community better. In essence, this program teaches students that ordinary people can meet great challenges and do incredible acts that will help change the world.

As of now, the Heritage Center has integrated this program into the educational curriculum and Junior ROTC programs in several local Chattanooga area public schools – including Brainerd and Howard High Schools.

In addition, through a partnership with the city of Chattanooga’s Youth and Family Development Centers, the Heritage Center is teaching its Character Development Program in those neighborhood settings with an emphasis on reaching at-risk, underserved children. This approach is already showing promise in shaping and guiding our youth to better themselves and their community. In 2018 alone, we presented this class to more than 1,185 children at six schools and recreation centers.

More important, the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation recently awarded our Educator Curator James Scott with the prestigious Excellence in Character Education Award for his outstanding work in creating the Medal of Honor Character Club. This program continues to make an impact on the at-risk, underserved youth in our community, and the Heritage Center is now in the process of working with Jason McKinney, the Deputy Administrator of Youth and Family Development at City of Chattanooga, on expanding and growing this innovative program in 2019 as we get ready to open our doors in early 2020.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$250,000 $4,750,000
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
5000000
Expected In-Service Date
February 28, 2020
Useful Life
50 years – plus
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
5000000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

The $250,000 capital campaign contribution will be used to fund part of our overall budget to design and build the news Charles H. Coolidge Medal of Honor Heritage Center in the Aquarium Plaza. The total project cost is $5 million, and here is the breakdown of the budget:

Construction Budget:

Exhibit Design Fees $95,000
Design Consultant Fees $341,500
Exhibit Construction $3,050,000
Content Production & Delivery $300,000
Artifact Procurement $40,000
Architect Design Fees $21,000
General Construction $216,000
Construction Administration $13,500
Project Director $85,000
Contingency $55,500

Grand Total: $4,217,500

Impact on Operations

The Charles H. Coolidge Medal of Honor Heritage Center, through a partnership with the city of Chattanooga’s Youth and Family Development Centers, is holding its Character Club program is various YFD Centers. In 2018 alone, we presented this class to more than 1,185 children at six schools and recreation centers. This program continues to make an impact on the at-risk, underserved youth in our community, and the Heritage Center is now in the process of working with Jason McKinney, the Deputy Administrator of Youth and Family Development at City of Chattanooga, on expanding and growing this innovative program in 2019 with the other YFD Centers as we get ready to open our doors in early 2020.

Project Address
2 W. Aquarium Way
Detailed Description

We have an “virtual” fly-through of the final design, which can be viewed at the following URL: https://youtu.be/jnhvzt-xZhA

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
11773_11773_City-of-Chattanooga-250k-pledge-letter-01.17.2018.pdf, 11773_11773_1-MOH-Entrance.jpg, 11773_11773_2-MOH-Theater-Entrance.jpg, 11773_11773_3-MOH-Theater.jpg, 11773_11773_3B-MOH-Theater.jpg, 11773_11773_4-MOH-First-Medals.jpg, 11773_11773_5-MOH-Chattanooga-Campaign.jpg, 11773_11773_6-MOM-Middle-Wars.jpg, 11773_11773_7-MOH-WW-I.jpg, 11773_11773_8-MOH-Hallway-to-Coolidge.jpg, 11773_11773_9-MOH-Coolidge-Exhibit.jpg, 11773_11773_10-MOH-Korea-War-Exhibit.jpg, 11773_11773_11-MOH-Vietnam-Living-Room-Exhibit.jpg, 11773_11773_12-MOH-War-on-Terror-Exhibit.jpg, 11773_11773_13-MOH-Medal-History.jpg, 11773_11773_14-MOH-Hall-of-Valor.jpg, 11773_11773_15-MOH-TN-Wall-of-Valor.jpg, 11773_11773_Floor-Plan-Diagram.jpg, 11773_11773_18017_MOH_ViewBook_2018_Email.pdf, FY20_BFO_-_Agency_Required_Documents_B3.xlsx, Cover-Letter-for-BFO-Proposal-to-City-of-Chattanooga_Final_March-7-2019.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

MOHHC-IRS-501c3-Original_Email.pdf, Medal-990-2017-PUBLIC.pdf, 18017_MOH_BoardMembers_Insert_8_5_x_10_625_PUB_Rev_Cropped.pdf, FY2017-Public-Audit.pdf, Budget-for-Public-2019.xlsx, Charles-H-Coolidge-Natainoal-Medal-of-Honor-Heritage-Center-Charter.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Vince Butler vbutler@johngroup.com

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 10021   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Chatt Bridge – TIP Grouping
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Repair and/or replace bridges on the City system as determined by results of the inspections conducted on the structures by TDOT. This TIP Grouping is currently designated for the Standifer Gap Road bridge replacement. This budget ask will be used towards funding the next bridge to be repaired or replaced through the next TIP Cycle; the next bridge will be determined after evaluating the next round of TDOT bridge inspections due in Spring 2019. This project is in the FY 2017 – 2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), a regional plan that programs federal funds received in the City.

Importance of Project and Why

Building a bridge maintenance program that provides steady funding for bridge repairs and improvements will allow the City to proactively address the conditions of bridges the City is responsible for maintaining and can prevent possible emergency closures and more costly repairs as this critical infrastructure asset continues to age.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$300,000 $1,200,000
Breakdown of External Funds

Federal TIP = $1,200,000

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
1500000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: $500,000
FY 2022: $500,000
FY 2023: $500,000
FY 2024: $500,000
Expected In-Service Date
June 30, 2020
Useful Life
50
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
3500000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 10021

Green: The Results Teams are excited to review your full offer.
Reviewer Comments

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11785   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Chatt Bridge – TIP Grouping
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Repair and/or replace bridges on the City system as determined by results of the inspections conducted on the structures by TDOT. This TIP Grouping is currently designated for the Standifer Gap Road bridge replacement. This budget ask will be used towards funding the next bridge to be repaired or replaced through the next TIP Cycle; the next bridge will be determined after evaluating the next round of TDOT bridge inspections due in Spring 2019. This project is in the FY 2017 – 2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), a regional plan that programs federal funds received in the City.

Importance of Project and Why

Building a bridge maintenance program that provides steady funding and utilizes federal money available for bridge repairs and improvements will allow the City to proactively address the conditions of bridges the City is responsible for maintaining and can prevent possible emergency closures and more costly repairs as this critical infrastructure asset continues to age.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$300,000 $1,200,000
Breakdown of External Funds

Federal TIP = $1,200,000

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
1500000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: $500,000
FY 2022: $500,000
FY 2023: $500,000
FY 2024: $500,000
Expected In-Service Date
June 30, 2020
Useful Life
50
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
3500000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

TIP

Impact on Operations

No net change, maintaining existing infrastructure (potential reduction in operating cost due to Capital Project reduction in maintenance due to infrastructure upgrade)

Project Address
Citywide
Detailed Description

Funds from this BFO ask will be used to fund a new ChattBridge TIP grouping if it is approved in the next TIP Cycle. A new large bridge project will be selected for rehabilitiation or replacement following evaluation of inspection reports produced by TDOT for City-owned bridges in Spring 2019.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11785   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Infrastructure
Impact
on Chattanooga
Advances Planning or Policy Priorities Addresses Existing System Needs Promotes Economic Development Leverages Collaboration and/or External Funds Overall
5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 4.0 4.8
Reviewer Comments

This appears to be a possible new TIP grouping but TIP will not be approved until October 2019 to ensure that this will have Federal matching funds

Has CDOT ever had a similar new TIP grouping go unfunded from the federal side?


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17957   Ready for Review? PROJECT HAS BEEN ABANDONED!)
Project Name
Chatt Bridge – TIP Grouping
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Repair and/or replace bridges on the City system as determined by results of the inspections conducted on the structures by TDOT. This TIP Grouping is currently designated for the Standifer Gap Road bridge replacement. This budget ask will be used towards funding the next bridge to be repaired or replaced through the next TIP Cycle; the next bridge will be determined after evaluating the next round of TDOT bridge inspections due in Spring 2019. This project is in the FY 2017 – 2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), a regional plan that programs federal funds received in the City.

Importance of Project and Why

Building a bridge maintenance program that provides steady funding and utilizes federal money available for bridge repairs and improvements will allow the City to proactively address the conditions of bridges the City is responsible for maintaining and can prevent possible emergency closures and more costly repairs as this critical infrastructure asset continues to age.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$300,000 $1,200,000
Breakdown of External Funds

Federal TIP = $1,200,000

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
1500000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: $500,000
FY 2022: $500,000
FY 2023: $500,000
FY 2024: $500,000
Expected In-Service Date
June 30, 2020
Useful Life
50
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
3500000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

TIP

Impact on Operations

No net change, maintaining existing infrastructure (potential reduction in operating cost due to Capital Project reduction in maintenance due to infrastructure upgrade)

Project Address
Citywide
Detailed Description

Funds from this BFO ask will be used to fund a new ChattBridge TIP grouping if it is approved in the next TIP Cycle. A new large bridge project will be selected for rehabilitiation or replacement following evaluation of inspection reports produced by TDOT for City-owned bridges in Spring 2019.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 9885   Ready for Review?
Project Name
CHATT1 TIP Resurfacing Grouping (P20213)
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

11-14 3R Improvements City of Chattanooga Grouping (Bailey and Chestnut Resurfacing)

Importance of Project and Why

This request is to cover an increase in material cost that have occured during approval of this project

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
15000 $60,000
Breakdown of External Funds

Federal TIP = $60,000

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
75000
Expected In-Service Date
December 31, 2019
Useful Life
20
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
75000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 9885

Green: The Results Teams are excited to review your full offer.
Reviewer Comments

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11756   Ready for Review?
Project Name
CHATT1 TIP Resurfacing Grouping (P20213)
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

11-14 3R Improvements City of Chattanooga Grouping (Bailey and Chestnut Resurfacing)

Importance of Project and Why

This request is to cover an increase in material cost that have occured during approval of this project

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
129,571 518,284
Breakdown of External Funds

Federal TIP = $518,284

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
647855
Expected In-Service Date
December 31, 2019
Useful Life
20
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
647855.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

TIP

Impact on Operations

Decrease

Project Address
Bailey Ave – National to Dodds Chestnut – Riverfront Parkway to W 4th St
Detailed Description

Reimbursements anticipated prior to beginning of FY20.
Resurfacing of Bailey Ave from National Street to Dodds Ave and Chestnut Street from Aquarium Way to W 4th Street including update of curb ramps, pavement marking, signs and signals. BAILEY AVE AND CHESTNUT STREET TIP PAVING PROJECT

This project shall consist of the milling and resurfacing of two existing roadways within the incorporated limits of Chattanooga, Tennessee. The first location is Chestnut Street from the intersection of West 4th Street northward to a point approximately 250 feet +/- south of the intersection with Aquarium Way. The second location is Bailey Avenue from the east end of the bridge over the Norfolk Southern railroad (no crossing conflicts) eastward to the intersection with Dodds Avenue.
The work on Chestnut Street shall include the removal of the existing brick paver crosswalk and the installation of a stamped asphalt crosswalk at the intersection of Chestnut Street and East 3rd Street, installation of ADA compliant crossing ramps and pavement markings for the inclusion of new bike lanes.
The work on Bailey Avenue shall include the removal of non compliant crosswalk ramps and the installation of ADA compliant ramps, upgrading of guardrail as needed and pavement markings.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Chatt1-2017-2020-TIP-page.pdf, PIN-119814-Bailey-chestnut-engineers-estimate-11-12-18.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11756   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Infrastructure
Impact
on Chattanooga
Advances Planning or Policy Priorities Addresses Existing System Needs Promotes Economic Development Leverages Collaboration and/or External Funds Overall
4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 5.0 4.2
Reviewer Comments

No comments.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17936   Ready for Review?
Project Name
CHATT1 TIP Resurfacing Grouping (P20213)
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

11-14 3R Improvements City of Chattanooga Grouping (Bailey and Chestnut Resurfacing)

Importance of Project and Why

This request is to cover an increase in material cost that have occured during approval of this project

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
129,571 518,284
Breakdown of External Funds

Federal TIP = $518,284

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
647855
Expected In-Service Date
December 31, 2019
Useful Life
20
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate

TIP

Impact on Operations

Decrease

Project Address
Bailey Ave – National to Dodds Chestnut – Riverfront Parkway to W 4th St
Detailed Description

Reimbursements anticipated prior to beginning of FY20.
Resurfacing of Bailey Ave from National Street to Dodds Ave and Chestnut Street from Aquarium Way to W 4th Street including update of curb ramps, pavement marking, signs and signals. BAILEY AVE AND CHESTNUT STREET TIP PAVING PROJECT

This project shall consist of the milling and resurfacing of two existing roadways within the incorporated limits of Chattanooga, Tennessee. The first location is Chestnut Street from the intersection of West 4th Street northward to a point approximately 250 feet +/- south of the intersection with Aquarium Way. The second location is Bailey Avenue from the east end of the bridge over the Norfolk Southern railroad (no crossing conflicts) eastward to the intersection with Dodds Avenue.
The work on Chestnut Street shall include the removal of the existing brick paver crosswalk and the installation of a stamped asphalt crosswalk at the intersection of Chestnut Street and East 3rd Street, installation of ADA compliant crossing ramps and pavement markings for the inclusion of new bike lanes.
The work on Bailey Avenue shall include the removal of non compliant crosswalk ramps and the installation of ADA compliant ramps, upgrading of guardrail as needed and pavement markings.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
11756_11756_Chatt1-2017-2020-TIP-page.pdf, 11756_PIN-119814-Bailey-chestnut-engineers-estimate-11-12-18.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Mark Heinzer mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 9900   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Chattanooga African American Museum Repairs
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
External Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Replacement of two end of life HVAC units conditioning the Performance Hall with more efficient technology to improve reliability and subsurface repairs to the parking lot of the Bessie Smith Hall.

Importance of Project and Why

HVAC Equipment needed to maintain the current level of service and utilization of the Performance Hall. The current NE parking lot is developing sinkholes that prevent full utilization of the parking lot. Frequent patching of the holes has not been effective and the situation is worsenin.g

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
200,000 200,000
Breakdown of External Funds

Hamilton County

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
400000
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
400000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Bill Payne bpayne@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 9900

Green: The Results Teams are excited to review your full offer.
Reviewer Comments

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11772   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Chattanooga African American Museum Repairs
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
External Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

1. Replacement of two end of life HVAC units conditioning the Performance Hall with more efficient technology to improve reliability.
2. Subsurface repairs to the parking lot of the Bessie Smith Hall. The parking lot has been sinking for several years and can no longer be patched to any great effect.
3. Replace carpet in the basement.

Importance of Project and Why

1. Equipment needed to maintain the current level of service and utilization of the Performance Hall
2. The parking lot has been sinking for several years and the patches are no longer able to effectively repair the problem for a reasonable time.
3. Requested by the Executive Director of the Hall.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
225,000 225,000
Breakdown of External Funds

Hamilton County

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
450000
Expected In-Service Date
June 30, 2020
Useful Life
15-20 yrs
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
450000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

In house order of magnitude estimate

Impact on Operations

1. Improves Energy Efficency
2. Decrease claims & liability

Project Address
200 E M.L. King Blvd
Detailed Description

1. Replacement of two end of life HVAC units conditioning the Performance Hall with more efficient technology to improve reliability.
2. Subsurface repairs to the parking lot of the Bessie Smith Hall. The parking lot has been sinking for several years and can no longer be patched to any great effect.
3. Replace carpet in the basement.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Bill Payne bpayne@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11772   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: External Operations
Promotes Sustainability
(facilities projects only)
Impact on
Operational Performance or
Service Provision
Addresses Critical
Health/Safety Need
or Operational Control
Effect on Operating &
Maintenance Costs
Overall
3.0 3.0 3.0 4.0 3.3
Reviewer Comments

More details on their long term plans would be useful. I think the Innovation District Framework Plan calls for the the Bessie Smith Hall to be relocated so if this were to happen making major investments at this location would not be prudent.

Concur with CIP committee comments, need a better understanding of any potential changes to lease. Current Innovation District plans do suggest to me that the building will carry on with its core functions.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17964   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Chattanooga African American Museum Repairs
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
External Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

1. Replacement of two end of life HVAC units conditioning the Performance Hall with more efficient technology to improve reliability.
2. Subsurface repairs to the parking lot of the Bessie Smith Hall. The parking lot has been sinking for several years and can no longer be patched to any great effect.
3. Replace carpet in the basement.
4. Roof repairs

Importance of Project and Why

1. Equipment needed to maintain the current level of service and utilization of the Performance Hall
2. The parking lot has been sinking for several years and the patches are no longer able to effectively repair the problem for a reasonable time.
3. Requested by the Executive Director of the Hall.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
315,000 315,000
Breakdown of External Funds

Hamilton County

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
630000
Expected In-Service Date
June 30, 2020
Useful Life
15-20 yrs
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
630000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

In house order of magnitude estimate

Impact on Operations

1. Improves Energy Efficency
2. Decrease claims & liability

Project Address
200 E M.L. King Blvd
Detailed Description

1. Replacement of two end of life HVAC units conditioning the Performance Hall with more efficient technology to improve reliability.
2. Subsurface repairs to the parking lot of the Bessie Smith Hall. The parking lot has been sinking for several years and can no longer be patched to any great effect.
3. Replace carpet in the basement.
4. Roof Repairs

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Bill Payne bpayne@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1875   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Chattanooga Police Department Riot Suits
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Vehicles/Equipment
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Police Department Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Currently the CPD is in the process of training 50 SORT (Riot) officers on how to handle any potential riot situation. However, our riot teams have been issued limited gear because of the cost of the equipment. Currently, our SORT teams are only being issued helmets, forearm guards, and shin guards for protection. This issued equipment is adequate to handle non-violent protest but nothing more. If a true full-fledged riot broke out in the city, the SORT team members would need full body protection be able to protect the citizens of Chattanooga. Full body protection suits include pads and plastic that protects the officer’s entire body excluding the head. Without these suits the SORT team members of the CPD will not be adequately protected and therefore will not be able to protect the citizens of Chattanooga to the best of their ability. Furthermore, we would like to distribute these suits to everyone in patrol as well. If a large riot broke out in the city the department would need more than 50 officers to control the situation. Therefore, if every officer in patrol is issued a riot suit that would ensure the CPD would be prepared for any size riot.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
Chattanooga 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Sgt. David Franklin dfranklin@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1226   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Chattanooga Zoo: Africa Expansion
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The Zoo has reached approximately $4.5M in funding for the Africa Expansion. This amount of funding will allow them to start with Phase 1 of the project which will require the relocation of the existing Camel ride area, and the construction of the Giraffe Exhibit and the Giraffe Holding Area. The Zoo is requesting that the City perform certain task and or fund items above the $250K yearly donation to the African expansion.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
400,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 2992   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Chattanooga Zoo: Africa Expansion
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The Zoo has reached approximately $4.5M in funding for the Africa Expansion. This amount of funding will allow them to start with Phase 1 of the project which will require the relocation of the existing Camel ride area, and the construction of the Giraffe Exhibit and the Giraffe Holding Area. The Zoo is requesting that the City perform certain task and or fund items above the $250K yearly donation to the African expansion.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
400,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1547   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Chattanooga Zoo: African Expansion
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Smart Students, Stronger Families Park Development/Amenities
Department/Agency Type
Friends of the Zoo, Inc. Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Friends of the Zoo, Inc. (FOZ) seeks to help the city to expand its impact on citizens through economic growth, quality of life improvement, and unique educational opportunities. FOZ is expanding the African area at the zoo to bring giraffe, lions, and a number of other species to Chattanooga. This expansion will create new jobs at the zoo in several departments, increase the zoo’s educational capabilities by expanding classroom learning space in a new pavilion, it will create new interactive learning opportunities for all ages related to these charismatic animals, and it will give citizens greater opportunities for recreation outdoors in a family setting.

In total, this campaign is a $10 million project which will increase the zoo’s impact on the community all while building a more sustainable business. The Chattanooga Zoo is owned by the City, and operated by FOZ. Each building and exhibit built at the zoo is a City building and increases City assets. FOZ seeks a partnership in this endeavor so our zoo can become a greater enhancement to the quality of life for our residents and offer more engaging opportunities as a living classroom.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
500,000 2849164.02
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

FY17-990-no-sched-B-or-990T.pdf, Friends-of-the-Zoo-Inc.-Audit-FYE-6-30-2017.pdf, FOZ-Charter.pdf, Determination-Letter-FOZ.jpg, Board-of-Directors-List-10.2017-1page.pdf, FY18-Budget-for-BFO.pdf, Template-B3-Schedule-of-Positions-Salaries-Wages-Zoo-FY19-All-Zoo.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Elizabeth Crowe lcrowe@chattzoo.org

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 10164   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Chattanooga Zoo: African Expansion
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Smart Students, Stronger Families Park Development/Amenities
Department/Agency Type
Friends of the Zoo, Inc. Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Friends of the Zoo, Inc. (FOZ) seeks to help the city to expand its impact on citizens through economic growth, quality of life improvement, and unique educational opportunities. FOZ is expanding the African area at the zoo to bring giraffe, lions, and a number of other species to Chattanooga. This expansion will create new jobs at the zoo in several departments, increase the zoo’s educational capabilities by expanding classroom learning space in a new pavilion, it will create new interactive learning opportunities for all ages related to these charismatic animals, and it will give citizens greater opportunities for recreation outdoors in a family setting.

In total, this campaign is a $10 million project which will increase the zoo’s impact on the community all while building a more sustainable business. The Chattanooga Zoo is owned by the City, and operated by FOZ. Each building and exhibit built at the zoo is a City building and increases City assets. FOZ seeks a partnership in this endeavour so our zoo can become a greater enhancement to the quality of life for our residents and offer more engaging opportunities as a living classroom.

Importance of Project and Why

The zoo is both a local resource and a tourist attraction. In FY18 171,200 local citizens visited the zoo. Through field trips, outreach, and other unique programs, the zoo touches nearly all Chattanooga citizens. Additionally, approximately 33% of the zoo’s annual visitors come from outside a 50 mile radius. In FY18 this number equated to over 84,322 people.

According to the zoo’s 2017 economic impact analysis performed by the UTC economics department, the zoo contributes $4,970,668 to local economic stimulation. The expansion of the zoo to bring giraffe to Chattanooga, will increase this number and positively impact our local citizens.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
500000 8000000
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
8500000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 500000
FY 2022: 500000
FY 2023: 500000
FY 2024: 0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
10000000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

FY19-Budget-for-BFO.pdf, Friends-of-the-Zoo-Inc.-Audit-FY18.pdf, Friends-of-the-Zoo-990-FY18.pdf, GA-3-FOZ-Board-Charter.pdf, Determination-Letter-FOZ.jpg, Board-of-Directors-List-2018-1pg.pdf, FOZ-FY20-Agency-Salaries-BFO.pdf, Offers-Cover-letter.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Elizabeth Crowe lcrowe@chattzoo.org

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 10164

Yellow: Proceed, but know this offer may need significant changes and that funding is limited.
Reviewer Comments

Prior commitments have been $250,000 per year. Please justify the increase.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 3020   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Chattanooga Zoo: African Expansion
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Smart Students, Stronger Families Park Development/Amenities
Department/Agency Type
Friends of the Zoo, Inc. Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Friends of the Zoo, Inc. (FOZ) seeks to help the city to expand its impact on citizens through economic growth, quality of life improvement, and unique educational opportunities. FOZ is expanding the African area at the zoo to bring giraffe, lions, and a number of other species to Chattanooga. This expansion will create new jobs at the zoo in several departments, increase the zoo’s educational capabilities by expanding classroom learning space in a new pavilion, it will create new interactive learning opportunities for all ages related to these charismatic animals, and it will give citizens greater opportunities for recreation outdoors in a family setting.

In total, this campaign is a $10 million project which will increase the zoo’s impact on the community all while building a more sustainable business. The Chattanooga Zoo is owned by the City, and operated by FOZ. Each building and exhibit built at the zoo is a City building and increases City assets. FOZ seeks a partnership in this endeavor so our zoo can become a greater enhancement to the quality of life for our residents and offer more engaging opportunities as a living classroom.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
500,000 2849164.02
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

FY17-990-no-sched-B-or-990T.pdf, Friends-of-the-Zoo-Inc.-Audit-FYE-6-30-2017.pdf, FOZ-Charter.pdf, Determination-Letter-FOZ.jpg, Board-of-Directors-List-10.2017-1page.pdf, FY18-Budget-for-BFO.pdf, Template-B3-Schedule-of-Positions-Salaries-Wages-Zoo-FY19-All-Zoo.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Elizabeth Crowe lcrowe@chattzoo.org

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11795   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Chattanooga Zoo: African Expansion
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Smart Students, Stronger Families Park Development/Amenities
Department/Agency Type
Friends of the Zoo, Inc. Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Friends of the Zoo, Inc. (FOZ) seeks to help the city to expand its impact on citizens through economic growth, quality of life improvement, and unique educational opportunities. FOZ is expanding the African area at the zoo to bring giraffe, lions, and a number of other species to Chattanooga. This expansion will create new jobs at the zoo in several departments, increase the zoo’s educational capabilities by expanding classroom learning space in a new pavilion, it will create new interactive learning opportunities for all ages related to these charismatic animals, and it will give citizens greater opportunities for recreation outdoors in a family setting.

In total, this campaign is a $10 million project which will increase the zoo’s impact on the community all while building a more sustainable business. The Chattanooga Zoo is owned by the City, and operated by FOZ. Each building and exhibit built at the zoo is a City building and increases City assets. FOZ seeks a partnership in this endeavour so our zoo can become a greater enhancement to the quality of life for our residents and offer more engaging opportunities as a living classroom.

Importance of Project and Why

The zoo has been submitting offers for its Africa Expansion for several years. This offer represents a request for an increase in that funding, to allow the City of Chattanooga to become a leading funder on the project to support the city zoo. Zoo officials has worked extensively with the mayors office throughout the previous year to ensure that operations currently in Warner park continue as normal, requiring some redesign of the Africa exhibit.

Additionally, the zoo is both a local resource and a tourist attraction. In FY18 171,200 local citizens visited the zoo. Through field trips, outreach, and other unique programs, the zoo touches nearly all Chattanooga citizens. Additionally, approximately 33% of the zoo’s annual visitors come from outside a 50 mile radius. In FY18 this number equated to over 84,322 people.

According to the zoo’s 2017 economic impact analysis performed by the UTC economics department, the zoo contributes $4,970,668 to local economic stimulation. The expansion of the zoo to bring giraffe to Chattanooga, will increase this number and positively impact our local citizens.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
500000 8000000
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
8500000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 500000
FY 2022: 500000
FY 2023: 500000
FY 2024: 0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
10000000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

This is the current cost estimate of the entire project, as provided by the zoo’s architect and project management team.

Impact on Operations
Project Address
301 N. Holtzclaw Ave. Chattanooga, TN 37404
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
LargeBrochure_JAN2019.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

FY19-Budget-for-BFO.pdf, Friends-of-the-Zoo-Inc.-Audit-FY18.pdf, Friends-of-the-Zoo-990-FY18.pdf, GA-3-FOZ-Board-Charter.pdf, Determination-Letter-FOZ.jpg, Board-of-Directors-List-2018-1pg.pdf, FOZ-FY20-Agency-Salaries-BFO.pdf, Offers-Cover-letter.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Elizabeth Crowe lcrowe@chattzoo.org

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11795   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Infrastructure
Impact
on Chattanooga
Advances Planning or Policy Priorities Addresses Existing System Needs Promotes Economic Development Leverages Collaboration and/or External Funds Overall
4.0 4.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 4.0
Reviewer Comments

What improvements are planned for FY’20?

It appears that over the next four years the Zoo is requesting $2m from the City with $8m coming from Friends of the Zoo.

Of the $8m coming from the Friends of the Zoo, how much has actually been raised to date?

This request represents an increase in the City’s requested funding commitment from $500,000 from FY20-21 to $2,000,000 from FY20-23. Please justify this increase.

You are also encouraged to contact Capital Planning for further conversation: Justin Steinmann at 423.643.7804.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17975   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Chattanooga Zoo: African Expansion
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Smart Students, Stronger Families Park Development/Amenities
Department/Agency Type
Friends of the Zoo, Inc. Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Friends of the Zoo, Inc. (FOZ) seeks to help the city to expand its impact on citizens through economic growth, quality of life improvement, and unique educational opportunities. FOZ is expanding the African area at the zoo to bring giraffe, lions, and a number of other species to Chattanooga. This expansion will create new jobs at the zoo in several departments, increase the zoo’s educational capabilities by expanding classroom learning space in a new pavilion, it will create new interactive learning opportunities for all ages related to these charismatic animals, and it will give citizens greater opportunities for recreation outdoors in a family setting.

In total, this campaign is a $10 million project which will increase the zoo’s impact on the community all while building a more sustainable business. The Chattanooga Zoo is owned by the City, and operated by FOZ. Each building and exhibit built at the zoo is a City building and increases City assets. FOZ seeks a partnership in this endeavour so our zoo can become a greater enhancement to the quality of life for our residents and offer more engaging opportunities as a living classroom.

Importance of Project and Why

The zoo has been submitting offers for its Africa Expansion for several years. This offer represents a request for an increase in that funding, to allow the City of Chattanooga to become a leading funder on the project to support the city zoo. Zoo officials has worked extensively with the mayors office throughout the previous year to ensure that operations currently in Warner park continue as normal, requiring some redesign of the Africa exhibit.

Additionally, the zoo is both a local resource and a tourist attraction. In FY18 171,200 local citizens visited the zoo. Through field trips, outreach, and other unique programs, the zoo touches nearly all Chattanooga citizens. Additionally, approximately 33% of the zoo’s annual visitors come from outside a 50 mile radius. In FY18 this number equated to over 84,322 people.

According to the zoo’s 2017 economic impact analysis performed by the UTC economics department, the zoo contributes $4,970,668 to local economic stimulation. The expansion of the zoo to bring giraffe to Chattanooga, will increase this number and positively impact our local citizens.

Feedback Response: In response to the scoring of “addresses exsisting system needs” we wanted to provide more information on what the zoo does. Seeing over 275,000 guests per year, the zoo is a place of community resource, education, and recreation. Zoos are a center for conservation involvement, a place for community members to become involved and learn about wild places throughout the world, providing essential connections to the natural world. Each year, US zoos accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums see more than 195 million visitors, with approximately 50 million of those visitors being children, making zoos and aquariums essential family-friendly community based assets. Additionally, the supplemental educational programs provided by the zoo significantly support our local schools in gaining smarter students. Almost all of these programs are provided at a highly subsidized or free rate. The Chattanooga Zoo provides world class care to over 700 individual animals so that these ambassadors can interact with and educate our local citizens. Lastly, the zoo stimulates economic growth, having significant economic impact as explained in the body of the initial offer. The addition of the African exhibit will allow the zoo to expand all of this programming by increasing our capacity to reach more people and build stronger institutional financial sustainability.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
500000 8000000
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
8500000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 500000
FY 2022: 500000
FY 2023: 500000
FY 2024: 0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
10000000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

This is the current cost estimate of the entire project, as provided by the zoo’s architect and project management team.

Impact on Operations
Project Address
301 N. Holtzclaw Ave. Chattanooga, TN 37404
Detailed Description

Feedback Response: To address the question about what will happen in FY20, The first phase of the Africa expansion will open in FY20- construction on the site is beginning Monday 3/11/19.

Feedback Response: To address the question about what funding has been secured- to date, $4.7 million has been raised from FOZ. Several more funding requests are currently pending from other private and public sources. Phase 1 construction will begin in March 2019, and the cost of this phase is $2.5 million, with phase 2 costing $5 million. These phases cover the construction of the giraffe barn and side yards as well as the large giraffe yard, and small animal exhibits for African Servals, African Crested Porcupines, and Warthogs. The additional costs (approximately $3 million) will come in phases 3 and 4 which includes a state of the art lion exhibit and Event plaza.

Feedback Response: To address the request for information about why FOZ is requesting an increase- while the amount requested indicates an increase in what was funded the previous two years, this is not an increase to what was requested from the City as partners in this project. The zoo is respectfully requesting support at the level of $2 million as an asset to the Chattanooga community, owned by the City of Chattanooga. Once the exhibit is built, the animals, building and exhibits will all become assets of the City, so Friends of the Zoo, Inc. is seeking a significant partnership in funding for the exhibit. FOZ is also requesting an acceleration of this gift, to be distributed over the next 4 years to allow the project phases to commence further.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
11795_11795_LargeBrochure_JAN2019.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

FY19-Budget-for-BFO.pdf, Friends-of-the-Zoo-Inc.-Audit-FY18.pdf, Friends-of-the-Zoo-990-FY18.pdf, GA-3-FOZ-Board-Charter.pdf, Determination-Letter-FOZ.jpg, Board-of-Directors-List-2018-1pg.pdf, FOZ-FY20-Agency-Salaries-BFO.pdf, Offers-Cover-letter.pdf


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Elizabeth Crowe lcrowe@chattzoo.org

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1558   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Chattown Skate Park
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Park Development/Amenities
Department/Agency Type
Economic and Community Development Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Chattanooga’s only skate park is regularly used and loved by the skateboarding community, however current structures are aging, showing more wear and tear, and possibly safety concerns for park patrons. The OCOS division was funded $30K in FY18 for a Skate Park Feasibilty Study to engage skate park patrons and the community to evaluate the existing skate park needs and opportunities, identify factors of a successful skate park and location, and prepare a cost budget estimation and concept plan. We are requesting an addtional $195k for FY 19 for the design phase of the park which will be based upon the recommendations of the Feasibility Study.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$195,000 $0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Akosua Cook acook@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 9877   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Chattown Skate Park
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Smart Students, Stronger Families Park Development/Amenities
Department/Agency Type
Economic and Community Development Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Chattanooga’s only skate park is regularly used and loved by the skateboarding community, however current structures are aging, showing more wear and tear, and possibly safety concerns for park patrons. The OCOS division was funded $30K in FY18 for a Skate Park Feasibility Study to engage skate park patrons and the community to evaluate the existing skate park needs and opportunities, identify factors of a successful skate park and location, and prepare a cost budget estimation and concept plan. In FY19 OCOS was awarded an additional 70k to support the Feasibility Study as the parameters changed. The Feasibility Study is currently underway and we are requesting $300,000 for the design phase of the park which will be based upon the recommendations of the Feasibility Study. The Design phase will yield construction documents, final design, and a budget for construction.

In 2020 the Summer Olympics will introduce Skateboarding making this is a great project for the City of Chattanooga. There are very few competition ready skateparks in the Southeast Region, and on a sunny day, our current skatepark will have over 100-150 visitors. There is a need for this development and we plan to build a park that will host competitions that will bring visitors from around the world. This is part of the existing 5-year Capital Plan.

Importance of Project and Why

Chattanooga’s only skate park is regularly used and loved by the skateboarding community, however current structures are aging, showing more wear and tear, and possibly safety concerns for park patrons. The OCOS division was funded $30K in FY18 for a Skate Park Feasibility Study to engage skate park patrons and the community to evaluate the existing skate park needs and opportunities, identify factors of a successful skate park and location, and prepare a cost budget estimation and concept plan. In FY19 OCOS was awarded an additional 70k to support the Feasibility Study as the parameters changed. The Feasibility Study is currently underway and we are requesting $300,000 for the design phase of the park which will be based upon the recommendations of the Feasibility Study. The Design phase will yield construction documents, final design, and a budget for construction.

In 2020 the Summer Olympics will introduce Skateboarding making this is a great project for the City of Chattanooga. There are very few competition ready skateparks in the Southeast Region, and on a sunny day, our current skatepark will have over 100-150 visitors. There is a need for this development and we plan to build a park that will host competitions that will bring visitors from around the world. This is part of the existing 5-year Capital Plan.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$300,000.00 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
300000
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
300000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Richard J Beeland rbeeland@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 9877

Yellow: Proceed, but know this offer may need significant changes and that funding is limited.
Reviewer Comments

Further discussion is needed regarding the parameters of the RFQ.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 3028   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Chattown Skate Park
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Park Development/Amenities
Department/Agency Type
Economic and Community Development Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Chattanooga’s only skate park is regularly used and loved by the skateboarding community, however current structures are aging, showing more wear and tear, and possibly safety concerns for park patrons. The OCOS division was funded $30K in FY18 for a Skate Park Feasibilty Study to engage skate park patrons and the community to evaluate the existing skate park needs and opportunities, identify factors of a successful skate park and location, and prepare a cost budget estimation and concept plan. We are requesting an addtional $195k for FY 19 for the design phase of the park which will be based upon the recommendations of the Feasibility Study.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$195,000 $0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Akosua Cook acook@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11750   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Chattown Skate Park
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Smart Students, Stronger Families Park Development/Amenities
Department/Agency Type
Economic and Community Development Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Chattanooga’s only skate park is regularly used and loved by the skateboarding community, however current structures are aging, showing more wear and tear, and possibly safety concerns for park patrons. The OCOS division was funded $30K in FY18 for a Skate Park Feasibility Study to engage skate park patrons and the community to evaluate the existing skate park needs and opportunities, identify factors of a successful skate park and location, and prepare a cost budget estimation and concept plan. In FY19 OCOS was awarded an additional 70k to support the Feasibility Study as the parameters changed. The Feasibility Study is currently underway and we are requesting $225,000 for the design phase of the park which is based upon the recommendations of the Feasibility Study. The Design phase will yield construction documents, final design, and a budget for construction.

Importance of Project and Why

In 2020 the Summer Olympics will introduce Skateboarding making this is a great project for the City of Chattanooga. There are very few competition ready skateparks in the Southeast Region, and on a sunny day, our current skatepark will have over 100-150 visitors. There is a need for this development and we plan to build a park that will host competitions that will bring visitors from around the world. This is part of the existing 5-year Capital Plan. This project will have positive economic impacts on tourism and continue to showcase Chattanooga as a leader in the outdoor recreation industry.

Research has shown that skateboarding is among several activities that help keep children out of trouble. Skateparks provide a place for all ages to socialize, exercise, and also provide a safe place for those individuals not interested in team or organized sports. In many cities, parks and recreation officials have found that skateparks actually reduce crime and drug use by providing a safe place for people to exercise and escape negative pressures. During a 5-year period in Long Beach, California, a historically high crime area experienced a 60.9% reduction in drug related incidents, and a 29.3% reduction in violent crime because of park reinvestment and Skatepark development.

Additionally, skateparks provide a dedicated place for skateboarders to practice, exercise, and socialize away from private development. This often includes the private property of home owners and local businesses, as well as public spaces such as downtown plazas. Metal skateboard axles and BMX pegs can destroy paint and chip concrete, causing thousands of dollars in damage every year.
Public skateparks are a win-win because skateboarders have a safe place to pursue their passion, while law enforcement, business owners and community members no longer have to spend time, money and energy shooing skateboarders away from their property.

Other Important Notes: The current Skatepark location is not ideal and needs to be relocated. The existing property is highly desirable from a construction and development standpoint. The development of a new Skatepark will allow the City to sell the property for a higher and better use. Funds from the sale are expected to support construction of the Skatepark.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$225,000.00 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
225000
Expected In-Service Date
June 30, 2020
Useful Life
20-25 Years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
225000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description

Expected In-Service Date: FY20 for construction plans. FY21 for construction and opening

Useful Life: 20-25 years

External Funds: None; however, we anticipate this funding and development may allow us to seek external funding from the Tony Hawk Foundation in the amount of $25,000 (to be used during construction phase.) Additionally, we will seek funding from private investors and utilize funds from the existing Skatepark land sale.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Richard J Beeland rbeeland@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11750   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Infrastructure
Impact
on Chattanooga
Advances Planning or Policy Priorities Addresses Existing System Needs Promotes Economic Development Leverages Collaboration and/or External Funds Overall
4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0
Reviewer Comments

This funding request is for the design phase, but it sounds like there is a proposal to move the park–perhaps it is too early for a design if you have not identified a new location

This would be the ideal phase to add an artist to the design team to contribute to an authentic and creative identity for the Chattown Skate Park. Has Open Spaces already budgeted for artist involvement with this project? Yes or No?

Capital Planning does not concur with the CIP committee comment that it is too early to fund design. On the contrary, the timeline for this project based on the in-service date is assuming a year for design and a year for construction; the former seems rather long. Is it possible/desirable to move up the construction timeline and request construction funding this year?

Has there been conversation about a possible land sale of the skate park helping fund the relocation? I would assume those funds would just go in the general fund. As a corollary to that, what is being done to address questions regarding any limitations on redevelopment of the skate park parcel?

Recommend provide supporting documents.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17930   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Chattown Skate Park
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Smart Students, Stronger Families Park Development/Amenities
Department/Agency Type
Economic and Community Development Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Chattanooga’s only skate park is regularly used and loved by the skateboarding community, however current structures are aging, showing more wear and tear, and possibly safety concerns for park patrons. The OCOS division was funded $30K in FY18 for a Skate Park Feasibility Study to engage skate park patrons and the community to evaluate the existing skate park needs and opportunities, identify factors of a successful skate park and location, and prepare a cost budget estimation and concept plan. In FY19 OCOS was awarded an additional 70k to support the Feasibility Study as the parameters changed. The Feasibility Study is currently underway and we are requesting $225,000 for the design phase of the park which is based upon the recommendations of the Feasibility Study. The Design phase will yield construction documents, final design, and a budget for construction.

Importance of Project and Why

In 2020 the Summer Olympics will introduce Skateboarding making this is a great project for the City of Chattanooga. There are very few competition ready skateparks in the Southeast Region, and on a sunny day, our current skatepark will have over 100-150 visitors. There is a need for this development and we plan to build a park that will host competitions that will bring visitors from around the world. This is part of the existing 5-year Capital Plan. This project will have positive economic impacts on tourism and continue to showcase Chattanooga as a leader in the outdoor recreation industry.

Research has shown that skateboarding is among several activities that help keep children out of trouble. Skateparks provide a place for all ages to socialize, exercise, and also provide a safe place for those individuals not interested in team or organized sports. In many cities, parks and recreation officials have found that skateparks actually reduce crime and drug use by providing a safe place for people to exercise and escape negative pressures. During a 5-year period in Long Beach, California, a historically high crime area experienced a 60.9% reduction in drug related incidents, and a 29.3% reduction in violent crime because of park reinvestment and Skatepark development.

Additionally, skateparks provide a dedicated place for skateboarders to practice, exercise, and socialize away from private development. This often includes the private property of home owners and local businesses, as well as public spaces such as downtown plazas. Metal skateboard axles and BMX pegs can destroy paint and chip concrete, causing thousands of dollars in damage every year.
Public skateparks are a win-win because skateboarders have a safe place to pursue their passion, while law enforcement, business owners and community members no longer have to spend time, money and energy shooing skateboarders away from their property.

Other Important Notes: The current Skatepark location is not ideal and needs to be relocated. The existing property is highly desirable from a construction and development standpoint. The development of a new Skatepark will allow the City to sell the property for a higher and better use. Funds from the sale are expected to support construction of the Skatepark.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$225,000.00 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
225000
Expected In-Service Date
June 30, 2020
Useful Life
20-25 Years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description

Expected In-Service Date: FY20 for construction plans. FY21 for construction and opening

Useful Life: 20-25 years

External Funds: None; however, we anticipate this funding and development may allow us to seek external funding from the Tony Hawk Foundation in the amount of $25,000 (to be used during construction phase.) Additionally, we will seek funding from private investors and utilize funds from the existing Skatepark land sale.

Response to Feedback:
This funding request is for the design phase, but it sounds like there is a proposal to
move the park–perhaps it is too early for a design if you have not identified a new
location

The feasibility study currently kicking off will look at relocation as an option. The process
should last roughly 6-7 months. We imagine it wrapping up around September/October.
This ask if for the follow on funding for design.

This would be the ideal phase to add an artist to the design team to contribute to an
authentic and creative identity for the Chattown Skate Park. Has Open Spaces already
budgeted for artist involvement with this project? Yes or No?

No. The second phase is the ideal time for artist involvement. That would be when we
are designing the Skatepark completely. We are very interested in bringing in an artists
and featuring lots of public art.

Capital Planning does not concur with the CIP committee comment that it is too early to
fund design. On the contrary, the timeline for this project based on the in-service date is
assuming a year for design and a year for construction; the former seems rather long. Is
it possible/desirable to move up the construction timeline and request construction
funding this year?

We could actually have one large request or two requests. We could add services to
include design or rebid for the services. We could realistically have a complete design in
2-4 months after the feasibility study depending on the route taken. Design should not
take long as we will have and be seeking public opinion heavily in the current study.
Has there been conversation about a possible land sale of the skate park helping fund
the relocation? I would assume those funds would just go in the general fund. As a
corollary to that, what is being done to address questions regarding any limitations on
redevelopment of the skate park parcel?

The current study will address the possibility of a land sale. We would look to utilize
those funds to support construction, or however the City best needs the funds. This was
a recommendation from the Mayor during our conversations. The current study should
address any benefits and limitations for redevelopment. We are considering the current
site as an option.
Basis of Cost Estimate: The cost was previously factored from the 5 year Capital
Budget projections and is based on example projects submitted during the RFQ
process.

Impact on Operations: The current Skatepark sees a tremendous amount of use and is
10 years past its expected lifespan. Parks Maintenance currently fields numerous
requests to fix, repair, or replace ramps and equipment. The ramps are mostly made
from wood and it is rotting away. A new Skatepark would eliminate current costly repairs
and a new concrete park would have a life expectancy of 20-25+ years. Secondary
effects of a new Skatepark would include reducing other costly repairs throughout other
City parks as skate boarders look for fun and exciting places to skate. This park would
be home for those skateboarders.

Project Address: currently 1801 Reggie White Blvd, Chattanooga, TN 37408.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Richard J Beeland rbeeland@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 9551   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Children’s Services Roof Repairs
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Smart Students, Stronger Families Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Signal Centers, Inc. Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The roof on the portion of the building that covers Children’s Services, including Head Start and Early Head Start students, has been in place for 17 years and needs to be replaced.

Importance of Project and Why

In order to maintain a safe and healthy environment for our students, our aging roof over Children’s Services needs to have the shingles replaced and any underlying damage repaired. This repair will reduce future costs of water damage to ceiling tiles, walls, furniture and equipment and correct any rainwater management problems from further damaging areas of the building. Ongoing maintenance and repairs of a 100 year old building makes large projects such as this difficult to fund. Being able to provide high quality, affordable services to our families is our number one priority, so we use our resources, including facilities, to their full capacity and useful life. We have stretched a 15 year roof over 17 years and feel that we are at the point that waiting any longer could result in structural damage which would make the project much more costly.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$45,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
45000
Expected In-Service Date
July 1, 2019
Useful Life
15 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
45000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

City-of-Chattanooga-2019-Board-List-.doc, agency-budget-2018-2019-1.xlsx, charter-scan-1.pdf, Charter-Restatement-1992.pdf, IRS-Determination-Letter-1.pdf, 990-February-2018.pdf, audit-January-2019.pdf, City-of-Chattanooga-2019-Cover-Letter-signed.pdf, Copy-of-City-of-Chattanooga-2019-Templates-Spreadsheet-for-All-4-BFOs-FINAL.xlsx


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Donna McConnico donna_mcconnico@signalcenters.org

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 9551

Yellow: Proceed, but know this offer may need significant changes and that funding is limited.
Reviewer Comments

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11707   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Children’s Services Roof Repairs
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Smart Students, Stronger Families Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Signal Centers, Inc. Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The roof on the portion of the building that covers Children’s Services, including Head Start and Early Head Start students, has been in place for 17 years and needs to be replaced.

Importance of Project and Why

In order to maintain a safe and healthy environment for our students, our aging roof over Children’s Services needs to have the shingles replaced and any underlying damage repaired. This repair will reduce future costs of water damage to ceiling tiles, walls, furniture and equipment and correct any rainwater management problems from further damaging areas of the building. Ongoing maintenance and repairs of a 100 year old building makes large projects such as this difficult to fund. Being able to provide high quality, affordable services to our families is our number one priority, so we use our resources, including facilities, to their full capacity and useful life. We have stretched a 15 year roof over 17 years and feel that we are at the point that waiting any longer could result in structural damage which would make the project much more costly.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$50,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds

Capital Request to City of Chattanooga for $50,000

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
50000
Expected In-Service Date
July 1, 2019
Useful Life
15 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
50000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

We have a current estimate from a licensed and reputable contractor to replace the existing roof for $48,900 not including an allowance for unforeseen structural issues. If approved, we will seek competitive bids.

Impact on Operations

Replacing the roof over children’s services will impact operations by decreasing costs for repairs and maintenance. When too much water leaks in, we must replace ceiling tiles. The estimate does include adding insulation that does not currently exist in the attic space that would decrease utility costs and make indoor climate easier to control in the classrooms that Head Start, Early Head Start, and Camp Signal children attend. The estimate includes upgrading guttering and downspouts to better manage water and potentially decrease the impact this water runoff currently has on the City sidewalk and street along Germantown Rd that frequently has sanitary sewer overflow problems in heavy rain.

Project Address
109 North Germantown Road, Chattanooga Tennessee 37411
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
City-of-Chattanooga-2019-Capital-letter-of-support.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

City-of-Chattanooga-2019-Board-List-.doc, agency-budget-2018-2019-1.xlsx, charter-scan-1.pdf, Charter-Restatement-1992.pdf, IRS-Determination-Letter-1.pdf, 990-February-2018.pdf, audit-January-2019.pdf, City-of-Chattanooga-2019-Cover-Letter-signed.pdf, Copy-of-City-of-Chattanooga-2019-Templates-Spreadsheet-for-All-4-BFOs-FINAL.xlsx


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Donna McConnico donna_mcconnico@signalcenters.org

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11707   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Infrastructure
Impact
on Chattanooga
Advances Planning or Policy Priorities Addresses Existing System Needs Promotes Economic Development Leverages Collaboration and/or External Funds Overall
4.0 4.0 5.0 4.0 5.0 4.4
Reviewer Comments

Obviously, this needs to be done and should be added to a roof replacement needs list. Unfortunately, there are so many city roof replacements that are 10+ years past their end of life, and are leaking profusely, may lead to this replacement happening later

This is an external request, but how does this capital need compare to those at other City Head Start facilities? Please consult with Ariel Ford on your response.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17890   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Children’s Services Roof Repairs
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Smart Students, Stronger Families Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Signal Centers, Inc. Agency
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The roof on the portion of the building that covers Children’s Services, including Head Start and Early Head Start students, has been in place for 17 years and needs to be replaced.

Importance of Project and Why

In order to maintain a safe and healthy environment for our students, our aging roof over Children’s Services needs to have the shingles replaced and any underlying damage repaired. This repair will reduce future costs of water damage to ceiling tiles, walls, furniture and equipment and correct any rainwater management problems from further damaging areas of the building. Ongoing maintenance and repairs of a 100 year old building makes large projects such as this difficult to fund. Being able to provide high quality, affordable services to our families is our number one priority, so we use our resources, including facilities, to their full capacity and useful life. We have stretched a 15 year roof over 17 years and feel that we are at the point that waiting any longer could result in structural damage which would make the project much more costly.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$50,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds

Capital Request to City of Chattanooga for $50,000

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
50000
Expected In-Service Date
July 1, 2019
Useful Life
15 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
50000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

We have a current estimate from a licensed and reputable contractor to replace the existing roof for $48,900 not including an allowance for unforeseen structural issues. If approved, we will seek competitive bids.

Impact on Operations

Replacing the roof over children’s services will impact operations by decreasing costs for repairs and maintenance. When too much water leaks in, we must replace ceiling tiles. The estimate does include adding insulation that does not currently exist in the attic space that would decrease utility costs and make indoor climate easier to control in the classrooms that Head Start, Early Head Start, and Camp Signal children attend. The estimate includes upgrading guttering and downspouts to better manage water and potentially decrease the impact this water runoff currently has on the City sidewalk and street along Germantown Rd that frequently has sanitary sewer overflow problems in heavy rain.

Project Address
109 North Germantown Road, Chattanooga Tennessee 37411
Detailed Description

Feedback Response: We spoke to Ariel Ford as recommended. She let us know that she talked with the BFO team, and your feedback questions are being addressed internally at the City. We appreciate your consideration of this offer. Thank you.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
11707_11707_11707_City-of-Chattanooga-2019-Capital-letter-of-support.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)

City-of-Chattanooga-2019-Board-List-.doc, agency-budget-2018-2019-1.xlsx, charter-scan-1.pdf, Charter-Restatement-1992.pdf, IRS-Determination-Letter-1.pdf, 990-February-2018.pdf, audit-January-2019.pdf, City-of-Chattanooga-2019-Cover-Letter-signed.pdf, Copy-of-City-of-Chattanooga-2019-Templates-Spreadsheet-for-All-4-BFOs-FINAL.xlsx


Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Donna McConnico donna_mcconnico@signalcenters.org

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1199   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
City Buildings & YFD Centers Major Maintenance
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

In FY18 $1.6M was set aside to begin moving from a reactive mode to Facility Management for facility systematic improvements and replacements, such as HVAC and roofing systems. The majority of these funds were dedicated to YFD facilities. Currently we have programmed to replace $1.45M in new roofs and HVAC systems and plan to have these funds encumbered by the end of May 2018. The remaining 10% we are holding back to address any emergency repairs that may arise in the second half of the year. As we continue to assess these systems for both YFD and other City maintained facilities, we will be preparing a priority list for FY19 Capital funds.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
2,000,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 9805   Ready for Review?
Project Name
City Buildings & YFD Centers Major Maintenance
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This Capital project is to address major Building System Elements at YFD Centers, such as HVAC systems, roofing system replacements, exterior gutters and downspout source leaks, structural repairs, floor replacements, restroom rehabilitation, building code upgrades, etc.

Importance of Project and Why

The systems of the buildings are critical for the operations of these facilities. By changing to a proactive approach rather than a reactive approach, the changing out of near end of life systems before they are failed systems, which causes major interruption of services.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
2,000,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
2000000
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
2000000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 9805

Yellow: Proceed, but know this offer may need significant changes and that funding is limited.
Reviewer Comments

This will need further evaluation in conjunction with the Facilities Master Plan.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 2986   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
City Buildings & YFD Centers Major Maintenance
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

In FY18 $1.6M was set aside to begin moving from a reactive mode to Facility Management for facility systematic improvements and replacements, such as HVAC and roofing systems. The majority of these funds were dedicated to YFD facilities. Currently we have programmed to replace $1.45M in new roofs and HVAC systems and plan to have these funds encumbered by the end of May 2018. The remaining 10% we are holding back to address any emergency repairs that may arise in the second half of the year. As we continue to assess these systems for both YFD and other City maintained facilities, we will be preparing a priority list for FY19 Capital funds.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
2,000,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11730   Ready for Review?
Project Name
City Buildings & YFD Centers Major Maintenance
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This Capital project is to address major Building System Elements at YFD Centers and other City Buildings, such as HVAC systems, roofing system replacements, exterior gutters and downspout source leaks, structural repairs, floor replacements, restroom rehabilitation, building code upgrades, etc.

Importance of Project and Why

The systems of the buildings are critical for the operations of these facilities. By changing to a proactive approach rather than a reactive approach, the changing out of near end of life systems before they are failed systems, which causes major interruption of services.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
2,000,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
2000000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 1,000,000
FY 2022: 1,000,000
FY 2023: 1,000,000
FY 2024: 1,000,000
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
15-20 yrs
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
6000000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Engineers Cost Estimates

Impact on Operations

Improves Energy Efficiency

Project Address
various
Detailed Description

This Capital project is to address major Building System Elements at YFD Centers and other City Buildings, such as HVAC systems, roofing system replacements, exterior gutters and downspout source leaks, structural repairs, floor replacements, restroom rehabilitation, building code upgrades, etc.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11730   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Internal City Operations
Promotes Sustainability
(facilities projects only)
Impact on
Operational Performance or
Service Provision
Addresses Critical
Health/Safety Need
or Operational Control
Effect on Operating &
Maintenance Costs
Overall
3.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.8
Reviewer Comments

This is a good approach to bldg. maintenance; however, level of funding this year depends on how much existing funding already approved and spent. Is spending keeping pace with the appropriations? Need more detail on the actual strategy behind the allocation of resources. What is the criteria for near end of life systems? How are they going to prioritize projects? How will they avoid performing unncessary repairs? How does this project differ or coordinate with the specific YFD Captial Infrastructure request for 1 major center Rehabilitation per year (also $2M+)?

Attach proposed repair plan for this year; do you anticipate spending all available funding this year?


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17911   Ready for Review?
Project Name
City Buildings & YFD Centers Major Maintenance
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This Capital project is to address major Building System Elements at YFD Centers and other City Buildings, such as HVAC systems, roofing system replacements, exterior gutters and downspout source leaks, structural repairs, floor replacements, restroom rehabilitation, building code upgrades, etc.

Importance of Project and Why

The systems of the buildings are critical for the operations of these facilities. By changing to a proactive approach rather than a reactive approach, the changing out of near end of life systems before they are failed systems, which causes major interruption of services.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
2,000,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
2000000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 1,000,000
FY 2022: 1,000,000
FY 2023: 1,000,000
FY 2024: 1,000,000
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
15-20 yrs
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate

Engineers Cost Estimates

Impact on Operations

Improves Energy Efficiency

Project Address
various
Detailed Description

This Capital project is to address major Building System Elements at YFD Centers and other City Buildings, such as HVAC systems, roofing system replacements, exterior gutters and downspout source leaks, structural repairs, floor replacements, restroom rehabilitation, building code upgrades, etc.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 14818   Ready for Review?
Project Name
City Center Connectivity
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The Chattanooga Design Studio and Enterprise Center are leading a public process to create a Public Realm Action Plan for the Innovation District. This public process will help identify important public realm enhancements in the district for the next several years. This planning process is intended to culminate in a Public Realm Action Plan in the March of 2019, so that actual physical improvements can proceed.

Importance of Project and Why

The Innovation District Framework Plan released earlier this year identified the following critical needs:
-Improve street connections and enhance pedestrian environment
-Improve the quality of physical assets
-Minimize the impact of cars and parking; encourage other modes of transit
-Improve the public realm and pedestrian experience

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
4400000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
4400000
Expected In-Service Date
September 21, 2020
Useful Life
50 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
4400000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Project Comparison

Impact on Operations

None expected

Project Address
Detailed Description

Internationally renowned urban designer, Gehl Studio, helps communities assure that their public spaces are optimized for people. For more information on the project that will generate these projects, see https://www.chainnovate.com/peopleplaces/

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
mheinzer@chattanooga.gov mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 14818   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Infrastructure
Impact
on Chattanooga
Advances Planning or Policy Priorities Addresses Existing System Needs Promotes Economic Development Leverages Collaboration and/or External Funds Overall
3.0 4.0 3.0 4.0 4.0 3.6
Reviewer Comments

Builds on work already started.

Will there be external funds from Chattanooga Design Studio and Enterprise Center to implement changes?

According to the info provided, the funding requested is for a plan that hasn’t been derived yet (March 2019); gives very generalized “critical needs,” but doesn’t say exactly how the funding would be used

Capital Planning anticipates that this request will be replaced with specific project requests for final offers.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 18024   Ready for Review?
Project Name
City Center Connectivity
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The Chattanooga Design Studio and Enterprise Center are leading a public process to create a Public Realm Action Plan for the Innovation District. This public process will help identify important public realm enhancements in the district for the next several years. This planning process is intended to culminate in a Public Realm Action Plan in the March of 2019, so that actual physical improvements can proceed.

Importance of Project and Why

The Innovation District Framework Plan released earlier this year identified the following critical needs:
-Improve street connections and enhance pedestrian environment
-Improve the quality of physical assets
-Minimize the impact of cars and parking; encourage other modes of transit
-Improve the public realm and pedestrian experience

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
4400000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
4400000
Expected In-Service Date
September 21, 2020
Useful Life
50 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
4400000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Project Comparison

Impact on Operations

None expected

Project Address
Detailed Description

Feedback Response: Based on the early indications of the in-progress Gehl Public Space Action Plan, the City Center Connectivity Project will consist of two subcomponents:
1. A full re-conceptualization of Georgia Avenue from the new Patten Square to the intersection of 11th Street and Georgia Ave and Market. Range of estimates are $2M-$6M. ($100/sf, similar to Patten Parkway @60,000 sf = $6M; $2000/lf, estimated at 4x the cost of 26th Street, @1000 ft = $1.5)
2. Unique, new lighting project emphasizing pedestrian connectivity between major destinations in the ID, such as UTC campus and Patten Square.
More refined summary and estimates of these projects is forthcoming during the week of Mar 11.

Internationally renowned urban designer, Gehl Studio, helps communities assure that their public spaces are optimized for people. For more information on the project that will generate these projects, see https://www.chainnovate.com/peopleplaces/

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
mheinzer@chattanooga.gov mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 9808   Ready for Review?
Project Name
City Facilities Assessment
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

To perform a Facilities Assessment for the Future needs of the City of Chattanooga Government, to provide services to both its external and internal clientele , based upon the most strategic placement of those services. By developing such criteria as proximity to City Hall Campus of personnel, and types of services required for immediate personal responses in time increments of 10 or 30 minutes, by car or walking, etc., as well as strategic locations for Community Services with locations of multiple transportation options. To include evaluation of current Downtown City Campus Building, i.e., City Hall, City Hall Annex, Lindsay Street Building, Facilities Management Building, the DRC, and 12th Street YFD Facilities.

Importance of Project and Why

To determine the most strategic location within the City to consolidate and provide services in the most efficient manner

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
300,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
300000
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
300000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 9808

Green: The Results Teams are excited to review your full offer.
Reviewer Comments

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11733   Ready for Review?
Project Name
City Facilities Assessment
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

To perform a Facilities Assessment for the Future needs of the City of Chattanooga Government, to provide services to both its external and internal clientele , based upon the most strategic placement of those services. By developing such criteria as proximity to City Hall Campus of personnel, and types of services required for immediate personal responses in time increments of 10 or 30 minutes, by car or walking, etc., as well as strategic locations for Community Services with locations of multiple transportation options. To include evaluation of current Downtown City Campus Building, i.e., City Hall, City Hall Annex, Lindsay Street Building, Facilities Management Building, the DRC, and 12th Street YFD Facilities.

Importance of Project and Why

To determine the most strategic location within the City to consolidate and provide services in the most efficient manner

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
300,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
300000
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
15-20 yrs
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
300000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
various
Detailed Description

To perform a Facilities Assessment for the Future needs of the City of Chattanooga Government, to provide services to both its external and internal clientele , based upon the most strategic placement of those services. By developing such criteria as proximity to City Hall Campus of personnel, and types of services required for immediate personal responses in time increments of 10 or 30 minutes, by car or walking, etc., as well as strategic locations for Community Services with locations of multiple transportation options. To include evaluation of current Downtown City Campus Building, i.e., City Hall, City Hall Annex, Lindsay Street Building, Facilities Management Building, the DRC, and 12th Street YFD Facilities.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11733   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Internal City Operations
Promotes Sustainability
(facilities projects only)
Impact on
Operational Performance or
Service Provision
Addresses Critical
Health/Safety Need
or Operational Control
Effect on Operating &
Maintenance Costs
Overall
4.0 4.0 3.0 4.0 3.8
Reviewer Comments

Need more information to understand exactly what would be improved. What are the notable issues with employee response time now? What are some examples that have led to the need for this proposal? Is this outsourced (City likely does not have the capacity or experience to do this internally.)?

Would like to see this proposal broadened to look at all un-assessed City facilities to identify major repair/renovation needs, and buildings that should be decommissioned; anticipated future space needs for City departments; and future facilities that may be needed to address future space needs. How much additional funding would be needed to accomplish this?


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17914   Ready for Review?
Project Name
City Facilities Assessment
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

To perform a Facilities Assessment for the Future needs of the City of Chattanooga Government, to provide services to both its external and internal clientele , based upon the most strategic placement of those services. By developing such criteria as proximity to City Hall Campus of personnel, and types of services required for immediate personal responses in time increments of 10 or 30 minutes, by car or walking, etc., as well as strategic locations for Community Services with locations of multiple transportation options. To include evaluation of current Downtown City Campus Building, i.e., City Hall, City Hall Annex, Lindsay Street Building, Facilities Management Building, the DRC, and 12th Street YFD Facilities.

Importance of Project and Why

To determine the most strategic location within the City to consolidate and provide services in the most efficient manner

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
300,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
300000
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
15-20 yrs
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
various
Detailed Description

To perform a Facilities Assessment for the Future needs of the City of Chattanooga Government, to provide services to both its external and internal clientele , based upon the most strategic placement of those services. By developing such criteria as proximity to City Hall Campus of personnel, and types of services required for immediate personal responses in time increments of 10 or 30 minutes, by car or walking, etc., as well as strategic locations for Community Services with locations of multiple transportation options. To include evaluation of current Downtown City Campus Building, i.e., City Hall, City Hall Annex, Lindsay Street Building, Facilities Management Building, the DRC, and 12th Street YFD Facilities.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 9810   Ready for Review?
Project Name
City Facilities Capital Improvements and/or Campus Consolidation
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Several of the City’s Facility for General Government Services are past there usable life and/or would require extensive capital investment to bring up to Modernization and Cost Efficiency in Operating Expenses. Some operations services the General Public daily would be better severed to located in a more City Central Geographic Location.

Importance of Project and Why

To build out the a consolidated campus.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
5,000,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
5000000
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
5000000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 9810

Reviewer Comments

This will need further definition in conjunction with the Facilities Master Plan.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11734   Ready for Review?
Project Name
City Facilities Capital Improvements and/or Campus Consolidation
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Several of the City’s Facility for General Government Services are past there usable life and/or would require extensive capital investment to bring up to Modernization and Cost Efficiency in Operating Expenses. Some operations services the General Public daily would be better severed to located in a more City Central Geographic Location.

Importance of Project and Why

To build out the a consolidated campus.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
5,000,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
5000000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 5,000,000
FY 2022: 0
FY 2023: 0
FY 2024: 0
Expected In-Service Date
December 31, 2020
Useful Life
15-20 yrs
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
10000000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Rough Order Magnitude Estimate

Impact on Operations

Consolidation of services and reduction of cost by occupying a facility that is more energy efficient

Project Address
Detailed Description

Several of the City’s Facility for General Government Services are past there usable life and/or would require extensive capital investment to bring up to Modernization and Cost Efficiency in Operating Expenses. Some operations services the General Public daily would be better severed to located in a more City Central Geographic Location.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11734   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Internal City Operations
Promotes Sustainability
(facilities projects only)
Impact on
Operational Performance or
Service Provision
Addresses Critical
Health/Safety Need
or Operational Control
Effect on Operating &
Maintenance Costs
Overall
3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0
Reviewer Comments

This project should be deferred until we have the results of the Facilities Assessment. Need more info on actual plan. $5 mil remaining from prior year? Total project estimate $10mil, but only FY20 request for $5 mil. Lacks supporting documentation of the types of services that would benefit from a different location. Elaborate on what’s included.

The scope and details of this offer should begin to be clarified by final offer submissions; conversations are ongoing.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17915   Ready for Review?
Project Name
City Facilities Capital Improvements and/or Campus Consolidation
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Several of the City’s Facility for General Government Services are past there usable life and/or would require extensive capital investment to bring up to Modernization and Cost Efficiency in Operating Expenses. Some operations services the General Public daily would be better severed to located in a more City Central Geographic Location.

Importance of Project and Why

To build out the a consolidated campus.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
5,000,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
5000000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: 5,000,000
FY 2022: 0
FY 2023: 0
FY 2024: 0
Expected In-Service Date
December 31, 2020
Useful Life
15-20 yrs
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate

Rough Order Magnitude Estimate

Impact on Operations

Consolidation of services and reduction of cost by occupying a facility that is more energy efficient

Project Address
Detailed Description

Several of the City’s Facility for General Government Services are past there usable life and/or would require extensive capital investment to bring up to Modernization and Cost Efficiency in Operating Expenses. Some operations services the General Public daily would be better severed to located in a more City Central Geographic Location.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 9806   Ready for Review?
Project Name
City Hall Boiler Replacement
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The existing boiler for the HVAC system is at the end of its life. A new boiler will provide a long term more cost efficient solution.

Importance of Project and Why

Currently the system will be limping along this winter. There has already been 2 issues that Facilities Maintenance has had to work around to keep it running. The short of its importance is No Boiler No Heat.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
750,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
750000
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
750000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 9806

Green: The Results Teams are excited to review your full offer.
Reviewer Comments

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11731   Ready for Review?
Project Name
City Hall Boiler Replacement
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The existing boiler for the HVAC system is at the end of its life. A new boiler will provide a long term more cost efficient solution.

Importance of Project and Why

Currently the system will be limping along this winter. There has already been 2 issues that Facilities Maintenance has had to work around to keep it running. The short of its importance is No Boiler No Heat.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
750,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
750000
Expected In-Service Date
June 30, 2020
Useful Life
20-25 yrs
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
750000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Consultant estimate

Impact on Operations

Reduction of utility cost by modernizing the existing system so as to provide a more energy efficient system

Project Address
101 E. 11th Street
Detailed Description

The existing boiler for the HVAC system is at the end of its life. A new boiler will provide a long term more cost efficient solution.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11731   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Internal City Operations
Promotes Sustainability
(facilities projects only)
Impact on
Operational Performance or
Service Provision
Addresses Critical
Health/Safety Need
or Operational Control
Effect on Operating &
Maintenance Costs
Overall
4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0
Reviewer Comments

This request provides no information on the acutal cost savings of replacing the boiler vs. repairing the existing, no information on the issues Facilities Maintenance has encountered, no information on the number of people who work in City Hall and visit the building on a daily basis who would be impacted by a boiler failure; it lacks sufficient information to score highly. Information on the type and efficiencies that might be received from a newer type of boiler would have provided additional scoring benefit.

Concur with CIP committee that additional information is needed to support this offer; operational impact of replacing versus repairing existing, documentation of cost and difficulty from past issues, etc.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17912   Ready for Review?
Project Name
City Hall Boiler Replacement
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The existing boiler for the HVAC system is at the end of its life. A new boiler will provide a long term more cost efficient solution.

Importance of Project and Why

Currently the system will be limping along this winter. There has already been 2 issues that Facilities Maintenance has had to work around to keep it running. The short of its importance is No Boiler No Heat.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
750,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
750000
Expected In-Service Date
June 30, 2020
Useful Life
20-25 yrs
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate

Consultant estimate

Impact on Operations

Reduction of utility cost by modernizing the existing system so as to provide a more energy efficient system

Project Address
101 E. 11th Street
Detailed Description

The existing boiler for the HVAC system is at the end of its life. A new boiler will provide a long term more cost efficient solution.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1224   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
City Hall Office Renovation Improvements (3rd Floor)
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The need for additional office space on the 3rd floor has been requested. Currently ways to create additional work areas are being examined and options with cost estimates are forthcoming.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
500,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 2990   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
City Hall Office Renovation Improvements (3rd Floor)
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The need for additional office space on the 3rd floor has been requested. Currently ways to create additional work areas are being examined and options with cost estimates are forthcoming.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
500,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 9416   Ready for Review?
Project Name
City Network Rebuild
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Technology
Department/Agency Type
Department of Information Technology Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This capital request is to continue efforts to replace out of date, out of support technical infrastructure in City buildings. This funding is vital to improve performance, maintain security and increase productivity. Current topology requires a strong network infrastructure to connect to applications and data. Reliable, consistent connectivity is crucial to maintain business continuity and data access for all departments citywide. The Network Rebuild capital request is in direct support of these critical business objectives.

Importance of Project and Why

This funding is necessary to replace technical infrastructure in City buildings. The Network Rebuild project is vital to improve network performance and maintain security citywide. This effort will result in increased efficiencies in maintenance processes and procedures, reducing the potential for outages and increasing system security, reliability and productivity.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$560,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
560000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: $300,000
FY 2022: $300,000
FY 2023: $300,000
FY 2024: 0
Expected In-Service Date
August 16, 2019
Useful Life
1 year
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
1460000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Donna Jeffery djeffery@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 9416

Green: The Results Teams are excited to review your full offer.
Reviewer Comments

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11714   Ready for Review?
Project Name
City Network Rebuild
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Technology
Department/Agency Type
Department of Information Technology Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This capital request is to continue efforts to replace out of date, out of support technical infrastructure in City buildings. This funding is vital to improve performance, maintain security and increase productivity. Current topology requires a strong network infrastructure to connect to applications and data. Reliable, consistent connectivity is crucial to maintain business continuity and data access for all departments citywide. The Network Rebuild capital request is in direct support of these critical business objectives.

Importance of Project and Why

This funding is necessary to replace technical infrastructure in City buildings. The Network Rebuild project is vital to improve network performance and maintain security citywide. This effort will result in increased efficiencies in maintenance processes and procedures, reducing the potential for outages and increasing system security, reliability and productivity.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$626,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
626000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: $300,000
FY 2022: $300,000
FY 2023: $300,000
FY 2024: 0
Expected In-Service Date
August 16, 2019
Useful Life
1 year to complete the public safety campus network upgrade.
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
1526000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

The budget estimate is based on analysis of the project and quotes from vendors for equipment, services and implementation.
The budget breakdown for FY20 Public Safety network upgrade is as follows:
Network Equipment $355,000
Network Cabling $200,000
Connectivity Service $65,000
WiFi Installation $6,000

Impact on Operations

Upgrade of the Public Safety campus network equipment will provide support of the technical advancements that have been implemented for public safety such as body worn cameras, RTIC monitoring, interview rooms, surveillance for security cameras and forensic analysis. This will also allow for future technical growth for Police and Fire initiatives.

Recurring costs will be incurred by the City for connectivity for the public safety campus. These cost are depicted below.
WiFi Service $15,000 (Annual)
Connectivity Service $50,000 (Annual)

Project Address
3200 Amnicola Highway – 3410 Amnicola Highway
Detailed Description

The FY20 network upgrade is for the entire Public Safety campus which begins at the Fire Training Center on Amnicola and continues to the Police Service Center on Amnicola. The buildings included in this upgrade are the Police Service Center Main, Mobile Comm, Fire Admin, Police Annex, Tire Shop, Fleet Garages, Fire Resources, Station 10, Fire and Police Training (see attached map). The upgrade will include connectivity to each campus, cabling throughout the buildings, network connectivity, wireless and network equipment such as switches, access points and routers.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
CPD_Fire-Campus-Fiber-Backbone-1.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Donna Jeffery djeffery@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11714   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Internal City Operations
Promotes Sustainability
(facilities projects only)
Impact on
Operational Performance or
Service Provision
Addresses Critical
Health/Safety Need
or Operational Control
Effect on Operating &
Maintenance Costs
Overall
3.0 4.0 3.0 3.0 3.3
Reviewer Comments

Well written offer.

Are there cost-efficiencies to completing this in one phase as proposed instead of in multiple phases?


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17897   Ready for Review?
Project Name
City Network Rebuild
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Technology
Department/Agency Type
Department of Information Technology Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This capital request is to continue efforts to replace out of date, out of support technical infrastructure in City buildings. This funding is vital to improve performance, maintain security and increase productivity. Current topology requires a strong network infrastructure to connect to applications and data. Reliable, consistent connectivity is crucial to maintain business continuity and data access for all departments citywide. The Network Rebuild capital request is in direct support of these critical business objectives.

Importance of Project and Why

This funding is necessary to replace technical infrastructure in City buildings. The Network Rebuild project is vital to improve network performance and maintain security citywide. This effort will result in increased efficiencies in maintenance processes and procedures, reducing the potential for outages and increasing system security, reliability and productivity.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$626,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
626000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: $300,000
FY 2022: $300,000
FY 2023: $300,000
FY 2024: 0
Expected In-Service Date
August 16, 2019
Useful Life
1 year to complete the public safety campus network upgrade.
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
1526000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

The budget estimate is based on analysis of the project and quotes from vendors for equipment, services and implementation.
The budget breakdown for FY20 Public Safety network upgrade is as follows:
Network Equipment $355,000
Network Cabling $200,000
Connectivity Service $65,000
WiFi Installation $6,000

Impact on Operations

Upgrade of the Public Safety campus network equipment will provide support of the technical advancements that have been implemented for public safety such as body worn cameras, RTIC monitoring, interview rooms, surveillance for security cameras and forensic analysis. This will also allow for future technical growth for Police and Fire initiatives.

Recurring costs will be incurred by the City for connectivity for the public safety campus. These cost are depicted below.
WiFi Service $15,000 (Annual)
Connectivity Service $50,000 (Annual)

Project Address
3200 Amnicola Highway – 3410 Amnicola Highway
Detailed Description

Feedback: Are there cost-efficiencies to completing this in one phase as proposed instead of in multiple phases?

Feedback Response: The goal with this request is to have sufficient funding to allow for continuity of the work to completion of the project. It reduces efficiencies when delays occur often resulting in resources losing momentum causing extensive re-evaluation and possible rework when the work is interrupted while waiting for additional funds to complete.

The FY20 network upgrade is for the entire Public Safety campus which begins at the Fire Training Center on Amnicola and continues to the Police Service Center on Amnicola. The buildings included in this upgrade are the Police Service Center Main, Mobile Comm, Fire Admin, Police Annex, Tire Shop, Fleet Garages, Fire Resources, Station 10, Fire and Police Training (see attached map). The upgrade will include connectivity to each campus, cabling throughout the buildings, network connectivity, wireless and network equipment such as switches, access points and routers.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
11714_11714_11714_11714_CPD_Fire-Campus-Fiber-Backbone-1.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Donna Jeffery djeffery@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1229   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
City Public Parking Facilities Improvements
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Several improvements have been discussed at the Southside and River Pier Garages. Republic Parking provided quotes for the improvements, however they were all out of date and were requested to be updated. Improvements include repair and replacement of the concrete driveway and sidewalk entry and exits at the Southside along, with tree trimming and removal, and lighting improvements. The River Pier improvements include the replacement of the Parking Ticketing and Payment Equipment, and the waterproofing on the parking deck.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
TBD 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 2995   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
City Public Parking Facilities Improvements
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Growing Economy Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Several improvements have been discussed at the Southside and River Pier Garages. Republic Parking provided quotes for the improvements, however they were all out of date and were requested to be updated. Improvements include repair and replacement of the concrete driveway and sidewalk entry and exits at the Southside along, with tree trimming and removal, and lighting improvements. The River Pier improvements include the replacement of the Parking Ticketing and Payment Equipment, and the waterproofing on the parking deck.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
TBD 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Dennis Malone dmalone@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 9715   Ready for Review?
Project Name
City View Hosting and Upgrade
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Technology
Department/Agency Type
Economic and Community Development Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The CityView software currently used by Code Enforcement is a desktop version hosted by the City’s IT department. CityView Workspace is cloud-based and can be hosted by the company which will reduce the burden on IT and server use.

Upgrading to CityView Workspace will support inspector productivity and accurate documentation. The new routing feature will automatically map the most efficient inspection routes. Photos will be automatically uploaded, a real time-saver.

Code Enforcement uses CityView every day. It provides inspectors with their daily list of required inspections. Contact information, photographs, results of inspections, notices, citations, certified mail tracking numbers and court results are all saved in CityView rather than paper files. Inspectors take laptop computers in their cars and use CityView while performing inspections. Notices, inspection reports and citations are all automatically populated in CityView before being printed and mailed by administrative assistants. It is extremely important to keep this software that’s so heavily relied upon working properly and up to date.

Importance of Project and Why

The CityView software currently used by Code Enforcement is a desktop version hosted by the City’s IT department. CityView Workspace is cloud-based and can be hosted by the company which will reduce the burden on IT and server use.

Upgrading to CityView Workspace will support inspector productivity and accurate documentation. The new routing feature will automatically map the most efficient inspection routes. Photos will be automatically uploaded, a real time-saver.

Code Enforcement uses CityView every day. It provides inspectors with their daily list of required inspections. Contact information, photographs, results of inspections, notices, citations, certified mail tracking numbers and court results are all saved in CityView rather than paper files. Inspectors take laptop computers in their cars and use CityView while performing inspections. Notices, inspection reports and citations are all automatically populated in CityView before being printed and mailed by administrative assistants. It is extremely important to keep this software that’s so heavily relied upon working properly and up to date.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$56,000.00 $56,000.00
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
112000
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
112000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Richard J Beeland rbeeland@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 9715

Green: The Results Teams are excited to review your full offer.
Reviewer Comments

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11722   Ready for Review? PROJECT HAS BEEN ABANDONED!)
Project Name
City View Hosting and Upgrade
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Technology
Department/Agency Type
Economic and Community Development Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The CityView software currently used by Code Enforcement is a desktop version hosted by the City’s IT department. CityView Workspace is cloud-based and can be hosted by the company which will reduce the burden on IT and server use.

Upgrading to CityView Workspace will support inspector productivity and accurate documentation. The new routing feature will automatically map the most efficient inspection routes. Photos will be automatically uploaded, a real time-saver.

Code Enforcement uses CityView every day. It provides inspectors with their daily list of required inspections. Contact information, photographs, results of inspections, notices, citations, certified mail tracking numbers and court results are all saved in CityView rather than paper files. Inspectors take laptop computers in their cars and use CityView while performing inspections. Notices, inspection reports and citations are all automatically populated in CityView before being printed and mailed by administrative assistants. It is extremely important to keep this software that’s so heavily relied upon working properly and up to date.

Importance of Project and Why

The CityView software currently used by Code Enforcement is a desktop version hosted by the City’s IT department. CityView Workspace is cloud-based and can be hosted by the company which will reduce the burden on IT and server use.

Upgrading to CityView Workspace will support inspector productivity and accurate documentation. The new routing feature will automatically map the most efficient inspection routes. Photos will be automatically uploaded, a real time-saver.

Code Enforcement uses CityView every day. It provides inspectors with their daily list of required inspections. Contact information, photographs, results of inspections, notices, citations, certified mail tracking numbers and court results are all saved in CityView rather than paper files. Inspectors take laptop computers in their cars and use CityView while performing inspections. Notices, inspection reports and citations are all automatically populated in CityView before being printed and mailed by administrative assistants. It is extremely important to keep this software that’s so heavily relied upon working properly and up to date.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$56,000.00 $56,000.00
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
112000
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Richard J Beeland rbeeland@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1192   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
City Yard Improvements
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

For upgrades to the Paul Clark building and grounds

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
150,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Ricky Colston rcolston@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 9813   Ready for Review?
Project Name
City Yard Improvements
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Upgrades to the Paul Clark Building and grounds

Importance of Project and Why

To ensure the safety,compliance, and integrity of an aging facility that houses over 240 employees providing mandatory services to citizens, continued training of staff, and essential emergency response for the safety of citizens.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
100,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
100000
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
100000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Ricky Colston rcolston@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 9813

Yellow: Proceed, but know this offer may need significant changes and that funding is limited.
Reviewer Comments

This will need further evaluation in conjunction with the Facilities Master Plan. Please provide additional information regarding the planned improvements.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 2979   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
City Yard Improvements
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

For upgrades to the Paul Clark building and grounds

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
150,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Ricky Colston rcolston@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11737   Ready for Review?
Project Name
City Yard Improvements
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The Paul Clark Building houses the City Wide Services operations. Upgrades to the Paul Clark Building and grounds include repaving multiple parking lots, painting and upgrades to office space, fencing according to new code requirements, tool room improvements This is not part of the City Hall Campus and Facilities Master plan.

Importance of Project and Why

To ensure the safety,compliance, and integrity of an aging facility that houses over 240 employees providing mandatory services to citizens, continued training of staff, and essential emergency response for the safety of citizens.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
100,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
100000
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
100000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

In house estimates

Impact on Operations
Project Address
900 East 11th st
Detailed Description

repaving multiple parking lots, painting and upgrades to office space, fencing according to new code requirements, tool room improvements

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Ricky Colston rcolston@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11737   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Internal City Operations
Promotes Sustainability
(facilities projects only)
Impact on
Operational Performance or
Service Provision
Addresses Critical
Health/Safety Need
or Operational Control
Effect on Operating &
Maintenance Costs
Overall
3.0 4.0 3.0 3.0 3.3
Reviewer Comments

Other than upgrading fencing to meet new code requirements there is no justifications made for these requests. Include a breakdown of how the funds would be expended. More explicit explanation of upgrades especially for the Tool room could have justified higher score. Is this enough funding to perform all of the improvements listed?

Provide greater detail regarding proposed improvements, why improvements are required or what benefits they will provide, etc.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17918   Ready for Review?
Project Name
City Yard Improvements
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Stronger Neighborhoods Facilities
Department/Agency Type
Public Works Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The Paul Clark Building houses the City Wide Services operations. Upgrades to the Paul Clark Building and grounds include repaving multiple parking lots, painting and upgrades to office space, fencing according to new code requirements, tool room improvements This is not part of the City Hall Campus and Facilities Master plan.

Importance of Project and Why

To ensure the safety,compliance, and integrity of an aging facility that houses over 240 employees providing mandatory services to citizens, continued training of staff, and essential emergency response for the safety of citizens.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
100,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
100000
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate

In house estimates

Impact on Operations
Project Address
900 East 11th st
Detailed Description

repaving multiple parking lots, painting and upgrades to office space, fencing according to new code requirements, tool room improvements

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Ricky Colston rcolston@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 9431   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Citywide Security Cameras
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Technology
Department/Agency Type
Department of Information Technology Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This capital request is to continue efforts to add or replace security cameras in public areas and City buildings. These cameras are viewable in the Real-Time Intelligence Center (RTIC) allowing for increased visibility during public events and critical incidents. The FY20 funds will be used to replace antiquated CCTV cameras across the City and to add cameras in strategic locations identified by CPD and the Security Camera Advisory Committee ( a group of representatives from departments across the City).

Importance of Project and Why

This funding will be used to replace CCTV cameras in City buildings and add additional cameras in strategic locations across the City as identified by CPD and the Security Camera Advisory Committee. CCTV cameras have limitations in viewing options, video quality and how/who can access. The IP cameras provide quality video that can be easily viewed through the centralized Video Management System accessible to the Real Time Intelligence Center (RTIC) and CPD officers. The IP camera systems provides visibility as needed as well as in the event that a situation were to arise.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$250,000 $0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
250000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: $200,000
FY 2022: $200,000
FY 2023: $200,000
FY 2024: 0
Expected In-Service Date
August 26, 2019
Useful Life
1 year
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
850000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Donna Jeffery djeffery@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 9431

Green: The Results Teams are excited to review your full offer.
Reviewer Comments

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11715   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Citywide Security Cameras
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Technology
Department/Agency Type
Department of Information Technology Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This capital request is to continue efforts to add or replace security cameras in public areas and City buildings. These cameras are viewable in the Real-Time Intelligence Center (RTIC) allowing for increased visibility during public events and critical incidents. The FY20 funds will be used to replace antiquated CCTV cameras across the City and to add cameras in strategic locations identified by CPD and the Security Camera Advisory Committee ( a group of representatives from departments across the City).

Importance of Project and Why

This funding will be used to begin the effort to replace CCTV cameras in City buildings and add additional cameras in strategic locations across the City as identified by CPD and the Security Camera Advisory Committee.

CCTV cameras have limitations in viewing options, video quality and how/who can access. The IP cameras provide quality video that can be easily viewed through the centralized Video Management System accessible to the Real Time Intelligence Center (RTIC) and CPD officers. The IP camera systems provides visibility as needed as well as in the event that a situation were to arise.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$250,000 $0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
250000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: $200,000
FY 2022: $200,000
FY 2023: $200,000
FY 2024: 0
Expected In-Service Date
August 26, 2019
Useful Life
1 year
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
850000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

The budget estimate is based on analysis of the project and quotes from vendors for equipment, services and implementation.
The budget breakdown for adding and replacing cameras in FY20 is as follows:
New Cameras: $100,000
Installation Costs: $75,000
Video Storage for additional cameras: $75,000

Impact on Operations

CCTV cameras have limitations in viewing options, video quality and how/who can access. The IP cameras provide quality video that can be easily viewed through the centralized Video Management System accessible to the Real Time Intelligence Center (RTIC) and CPD officers. The IP camera systems provides visibility as needed as well as in the event that a situation were to arise.

Recurring annual costs will be incurred by the City for licenses and maintenance.

Project Address
Citywide
Detailed Description

FY20 funding will be used to add cameras to strategically identified locations and replace CCTV cameras at the remaining CCTV locations across the City. Previous years funding has been used to add IP cameras to Miller Park, Renaissance Park, City Council, DRC and City Hall. FY20 funds will be used to continue efforts to replace outdated cameras in areas such as the 12th street Fuel Station, Amnicola Fuel Station, Champions Tennis Courts, Fleet Garage Amnicola, Warner Fitness Center, Summit, YFD 12th street. The committee will prioritize the order in which these areas will be addressed.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Donna Jeffery djeffery@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11715   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Internal City Operations
Promotes Sustainability
(facilities projects only)
Impact on
Operational Performance or
Service Provision
Addresses Critical
Health/Safety Need
or Operational Control
Effect on Operating &
Maintenance Costs
Overall
4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0
Reviewer Comments

Thanks for clarifying previous and current year funding expenditure locations. Information on a total number for final goal, number already replaced, and number included in this proposal would have been helpful. Would be interested in knowing the impact of the cameras added to Miller Park, Renaissance Park, City Council, etc. have had on reducing incidents of crime. There have been numerous requests for cameras across the City, more transparency in how they are selecting the locations would be beneficial.

There is not an RTIC camera request for FY20; are any new RTIC cameras proposed as part of this offer?

Are all currently appropriated funds anticipated to be spent by the end of FY19?


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17898   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Citywide Security Cameras
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Note: This is a recurring project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Technology
Department/Agency Type
Department of Information Technology Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This capital request is to continue efforts to add or replace security cameras in public areas and City buildings. These cameras are viewable in the Real-Time Intelligence Center (RTIC) allowing for increased visibility during public events and critical incidents. The FY20 funds will be used to replace antiquated CCTV cameras across the City and to add cameras in strategic locations identified by CPD and the Security Camera Advisory Committee ( a group of representatives from departments across the City).

Importance of Project and Why

This funding will be used to begin the effort to replace CCTV cameras in City buildings and add additional cameras in strategic locations across the City as identified by CPD and the Security Camera Advisory Committee.

CCTV cameras have limitations in viewing options, video quality and how/who can access. The IP cameras provide quality video that can be easily viewed through the centralized Video Management System accessible to the Real Time Intelligence Center (RTIC) and CPD officers. The IP camera systems provides visibility as needed as well as in the event that a situation were to arise.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$250,000 $0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
250000
Outyear Funding Requested
FY 2021: $200,000
FY 2022: $200,000
FY 2023: $200,000
FY 2024: 0
Expected In-Service Date
August 26, 2019
Useful Life
1 year
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate

The budget estimate is based on analysis of the project and quotes from vendors for equipment, services and implementation.
The budget breakdown for adding and replacing cameras in FY20 is as follows:
New Cameras: $100,000
Installation Costs: $75,000
Video Storage for additional cameras: $75,000

Impact on Operations

CCTV cameras have limitations in viewing options, video quality and how/who can access. The IP cameras provide quality video that can be easily viewed through the centralized Video Management System accessible to the Real Time Intelligence Center (RTIC) and CPD officers. The IP camera systems provides visibility as needed as well as in the event that a situation were to arise.

Recurring annual costs will be incurred by the City for licenses and maintenance.

Project Address
Citywide
Detailed Description

Feedback 1: There is not an RTIC camera request for FY20; are any new RTIC cameras proposed as part of this offer?

Feedback Response 1: All cameras are viewable in the Real Time Intelligence Center and by patrol officers in the field. The RTIC cameras are a specific camera enclosed in a metal case with a blue light. These are placed by CPD in strategically identified locations across the City. CPD makes a separate Capital request for 15 additional cameras each fiscal year.

Feedback 2: Are all currently appropriated funds anticipated to be spent by the end of FY19?

Feedback Response 2: The current funds will be used for ongoing CCTV replacements. Replacement plans are in progress for CPD, Wellness and Paul Clark by the end of the FY19 fiscal year.

FY20 funding will be used to add cameras to strategically identified locations and replace CCTV cameras at the remaining CCTV locations across the City. Previous years funding has been used to add IP cameras to Miller Park, Renaissance Park, City Council, DRC and City Hall. FY20 funds will be used to continue efforts to replace outdated cameras in areas such as the 12th street Fuel Station, Amnicola Fuel Station, Champions Tennis Courts, Fleet Garage Amnicola, Warner Fitness Center, Summit, YFD 12th street. The committee will prioritize the order in which these areas will be addressed.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Donna Jeffery djeffery@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 3040   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Civil Unrest Equipment
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Vehicles/Equipment
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Police Department Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

Currently the CPD is in the process of training 50 SORT (Riot) officers on how to handle any potential riot situation. However, our riot teams have been issued limited gear because of the cost of the equipment. Currently, our SORT teams are only being issued helmets, forearm guards, and shin guards for protection. This issued equipment is adequate to handle non-violent protest but nothing more. If a true full-fledged riot broke out in the city, the SORT team members would need full body protection be able to protect the citizens of Chattanooga. Full body protection suits include pads and plastic that protects the officer’s entire body excluding the head. Without these suits the SORT team members of the CPD will not be adequately protected and therefore will not be able to protect the citizens of Chattanooga to the best of their ability. Furthermore, we would like to distribute these suits to everyone in patrol as well. If a large riot broke out in the city the department would need more than 50 officers to control the situation. Therefore, if every officer in patrol is issued a riot suit that would ensure the CPD would be prepared for any size riot.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
Chattanooga 15 Officers-5,625 / 25 Officers- 9,375 / 50 Officers- 18,750 / 200 Officers-67,000 / 300 Officers-94,500
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
3040_Sirchie-Quote-001.jpg, 3040_001.jpg, 3040_002.jpg, 3040_Tac-Commander-Suit.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Sgt. David Franklin dfranklin@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1706   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Cloud Software as a Service (SaaS)
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Technology
Department/Agency Type
Finance and Administration Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The City’s ERP software is old technology not keeping pace with user expectations. SaaS will improve processing quality and efficiencies in the areas of General Ledger, Purchasing, Projects & Grants management, Time & Labor, Accounts Payable, Fixed Assets and Cash Management while improving business processes, incorporating best practices, and quality user experiences. All applications are mobile-enabled and provide key performance indicators, dashboards, predictive analytics. This offer increases productivity while providing an agile product which remains current with technology trends.

This offer includes phase one of a multi-year SaaS implementation. Embedded process improvements include document storage, automation, enhanced workflow and social collaboration. Our current accounts payable process is labor intensive and cumbersome. This enhancement to our software will greatly improve our efficiencies.

Processes improvements include but are not limited to the following:

– Upgrade existing modules to latest version of software with automatic updates as available
– Automatic matching of invoices to purchase order, and/or receipts leaving the only exception for manual processing for payment
– Automate additions of capital projects to fixed assets
– Improved workflow for all processes
– Mobile-enabled applications provide key performance indicators, dashboards, predictive analytics.

Annual operations savings of $400,000 while providing additional features using current technology.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$1,450,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Greg L. Anderson ganderson@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 9615   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Cloud Software as a Service (SaaS)
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Technology
Department/Agency Type
Finance and Administration Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The City’s ERP software is old technology not keeping pace with user expectations. SaaS will improve processing quality and efficiencies in the areas of General Ledger, Purchasing, Projects & Grants management, Time & Labor, Accounts Payable, Fixed Assets, Human Resources, and Cash Management while improving business processes, incorporating best practices, and quality user experiences. All applications are mobile-enabled and provide key performance indicators, dashboards, predictive analytics. This offer increases productivity while providing an agile product which remains current with technology trends.

This offer includes phase two of a multi-year SaaS implementation. Embedded process improvements include document storage, automation, enhanced workflow, and social collaboration. Our current accounts payable process is labor intensive and cumbersome. This enhancement to our software will greatly improve our efficiencies.

Processes improvements include but are not limited to the following:

– Upgrade existing modules to the latest version of software with automatic updates as available
– Automatic matching of invoices to purchase order, and/or receipts leaving the only exception for manual processing for payment
– Automate additions of capital projects to fixed assets
– Improved workflow for all processes
– Mobile-enabled applications provide key performance indicators, dashboards, predictive analytics.

Annual operations savings of approximately $400,000 while providing additional features using current technology.

Importance of Project and Why

The City’s ERP software is old technology not keeping pace with user expectations. The cost to implement needed functionality to our current systems is estimated at 22 million over a 10 year period. Upgrading to SaaS will provide the same processing quality at a cost of 12.7 million with a savings of 9 million over the same 10 year period. The breakeven point is estimated at 2 years with savings in years 3 thru 10. This is because the first 2 years include the implementation cost. Years 3 and beyond include the subscriptions and managed services cost. The project will give us efficiencies in the areas of General Ledger, Purchasing, Projects & Grants management, Time & Labor, Accounts Payable, Fixed Assets, Human Resources, and Cash Management while improving business processes, incorporating best practices, and quality user experiences. All applications are mobile-enabled and provide key performance indicators, dashboards, predictive analytics. This offer increases productivity while providing an agile product which remains current with technology trends.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
4,360,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
4360000
Expected In-Service Date
February 18, 2019
Useful Life
10+ Years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
4360000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Greg L. Anderson ganderson@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 9615

Green: The Results Teams are excited to review your full offer.
Reviewer Comments

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 11713   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Cloud Software as a Service (SaaS)
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Technology
Department/Agency Type
Finance and Administration Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The City’s ERP software is old technology not keeping pace with user expectations. It is also only about 48% implemented while we are paying 100% of the maintenance cost. The SaaS product will improve processing quality and efficiencies in the areas of General Ledger, Purchasing, Projects & Grants management, Time & Labor, Accounts Payable, Fixed Assets, Human Resources, Budget creation, and Cash Management while improving business processes, incorporating best practices, and a quality user experiences. All applications are mobile-enabled and provide key performance indicators, dashboards, and predictive analytics. This offer increases productivity while providing an agile product which remains current with technology trends.

This offer includes the remaining phases of a multi-year SaaS implementation. Embedded process improvements include document storage, automation, enhanced workflow, Budget creation tools, and social collaboration. These enhancements to our software will greatly improve our efficiencies across the City.

Processes improvements include but are not limited to the following:

– Upgrade existing modules to the latest version of software with automatic updates as available
– Automatic matching of invoices to purchase order, and/or receipts leaving the only exceptions for manual processing for payment
– Automate additions of capital projects to fixed assets
– Improved workflow for all processes
– Mobile-enabled applications provide key performance indicators, dashboards, predictive analytics.
– Social collaboration, electronic correspondence associated with a transaction for review
– Disaster recovery included with cloud

The City spends approximately $953K per year to maintain the existing on-premise solution with minimal enhancements. Most of the cost only address maintenance, hosting and break-fix consulting services. Since cloud applications are subscription services the City will only pay the annual fee of $575K for the first 5-years and a minimal increase in years 6 -10, an operational savings of approximately $379K annually.

Importance of Project and Why

The City’s ERP software is old technology not keeping pace with user expectations. The cost to implement needed functionality to our current systems is estimated at 22 million over a 10 year period. Upgrading to SaaS will provide the same processing quality at a cost of 14.3 million with a savings of 8 million over the same 10 year period. The breakeven point is estimated at 2 years with savings in years 3 thru 10. This is because the first 2 years include the implementation cost. Years 3 and beyond include the subscriptions and managed services cost. The project will give us efficiencies in the areas of General Ledger, Purchasing, Projects & Grants management, Time & Labor, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Fixed Assets, Human Resources, Budgeting, and Cash Management while improving business processes, incorporating best practices, and quality user experiences. All applications are mobile-enabled and provide key performance indicators, dashboards, predictive analytics. This offer increases productivity while providing an agile product which remains current with technology trends.

Please see the attached executive summary for additional detail.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
4,360,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
4360000
Expected In-Service Date
February 1, 2019
Useful Life
10+ Years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
4360000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Vendor Quotes

Impact on Operations

There will be an annual subscription cost of approximately $575,000.
Oracle will suspend the E-Business suite maintenance cost once we start this project which is approximately 246,947.19 per year.
Storage and hosting costs are included in the SaaS cost which is currently 208,857.96 per year.
Managed services cost are 248,199.96 annually and are expected to reduce significantly.

Project Address
101 East 11th Street Chattanooga, TN 37402
Detailed Description

This is an 18-month project due to start 2/1/19.
This project has approximately $1,450,111 in funds already approved from 2019.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
City-of-Chattanooga-BUDGETARY-QUOTE-Shelving-_.pdf, City-of-Chattanooga-Executive-Briefing-1.16.19.doc
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Greg L. Anderson ganderson@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 11713   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Internal City Operations
Promotes Sustainability
(facilities projects only)
Impact on
Operational Performance or
Service Provision
Addresses Critical
Health/Safety Need
or Operational Control
Effect on Operating &
Maintenance Costs
Overall
3.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.8
Reviewer Comments

Excellent , sets the the bar for offers. Understandable regardless of background. Thanks for the very specific information. Is IT on board with this? What impact will this have on departments?

Well-written offer. Please articulate impact if funding were to be reduced.


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 17896   Ready for Review?
Project Name
Cloud Software as a Service (SaaS)
Is this an existing capital project?
Yes, this is an existing project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
High Performing Government Technology
Department/Agency Type
Finance and Administration Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The City’s ERP(Enterprise Resource Planning) software is old technology not keeping pace with user expectations. It is also only about 48% implemented while we are paying 100% of the maintenance cost. The SaaS product will improve processing quality and efficiencies in the areas of General Ledger, Purchasing, Projects & Grants management, Time & Labor, Accounts Payable, Fixed Assets, Human Resources, Budget creation, and Cash Management while improving business processes, incorporating best practices, and a quality user experience. All applications are mobile-enabled and provide key performance indicators, dashboards, and predictive analytics. This offer increases productivity while providing an agile product which remains current with technology trends.
This offer includes the remaining phases of a multi-year SaaS implementation. Embedded process improvements include document storage, automation, enhanced workflow, Budget creation tools, and social collaboration. These enhancements to our software will greatly improve our efficiencies across the City.
Process improvements include but are not limited to the following:
– Upgrade existing modules to the latest version of software with automatic updates as available
– Automatic matching of invoices to purchase order, and/or receipts leaving only exceptions for manual processing for payment
– Automatic additions of capital projects to fixed assets
– Improved workflow for all processes
– Mobile-enabled applications
– Provide key performance indicator Reporting, dashboards, and predictive analytics.
– Social collaboration, electronic correspondence associated with a transaction for review now and in the future
– Disaster recovery included with cloud
The City spends approximately $953K per year to maintain the existing on-premise solution with minimal enhancements. Most of the cost only address maintenance, hosting and break-fix consulting services. Since cloud applications are subscription services the City will only pay the annual fee of $575K for the first 5-years and a minimal increase in years 6 -10, an operational savings of approximately $379K annually.
There are several third-party products currently used in conjunction with the current software which could be eliminated as the functionalities exist in the SaaS product. Such as the Cornerstone Learning Management System and the EiS reporting system.

Importance of Project and Why

The average lifespan of an effective ERP system is 5 – 10 years before improvements are needed to keep pace with current demands and needs of a business. The City spends approximately $953K per year to maintain the existing on-premise solution with minimal enhancements. It will cost the City approximately $11.4M dollars over the next 10 years to keep the existing EBS system working with no change in functionality. This is an overall concern as it only addresses maintenance, hosting and break-fix consulting services. If the City moves forward with funding the cloud service the estimated cost to the City over the next ten years is estimated at $11.3M dollars, a small cost savings, but greatly improved functionality with many additional applications in Purchasing, HR and Finance areas. If the City determines that keeping the ERP system on-premise and recommend gradually funding needed enhancements over the next ten years there will be an overall investment of $18.9M dollars.an estimated increased cost of $7.4M.

See the attached chart of comparative costs options

Cloud service offerings has an overall cost benefit to any business as it is subscription based and there is no longer a need to budget for upgrades in the existing software. Additionally, there should be reduced cost in hardware, maintenance, upgrades, patches, and labor.

New applications that will be activated if approved are as follows:
Planning and Budgeting Service
Project Management (Capital)
Grants Management
Supplier Portal
Expense Cloud Service
Invoice Processing
Self Service Procurement Service
Career Development Cloud Service
Oracle Learning Cloud Service
HR Help Desk Cloud Service

Please see the attached executive summary for additional detail.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
4,360,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
4360000
Expected In-Service Date
April 1, 2020
Useful Life
10+ Years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
4360000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Vendor Quotes

Impact on Operations

There will be an annual subscription cost of approximately $575,000.
Oracle will suspend the E-Business suite maintenance cost once we start this project which is approximately 246,947.19 per year.
Storage and hosting costs are included in the SaaS cost which is currently 208,857.96 per year.
Managed services cost are 248,199.96 annually and are expected to reduce significantly.

Project Address
101 East 11th Street Chattanooga, TN 37402
Detailed Description

This is an 18-month project due to start 7/1/19.
This project has approximately $1,450,111 in funds already approved from 2019.

Reviewer’s Questions/Answers:
Q. What impact will this have on departments?
A. This conversion to cloud will greatly enhance the user experience with Oracle making it more user friendly while providing greater functionality in processing data as well as extracting data from the system. Long term savings free up funds that can be used for other departmental functions.

Q. Please articulate impact if funding were to be reduced.
A. If funding were to be reduced some of the enhancements that produce efficiencies and functionalities would not be implemented. Would not realize the long term savings; in fact would essentially be the same cost as in the current environment with much less functionalities. Not a practical solution.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
11713_11713_11713_11713_City-of-Chattanooga-BUDGETARY-QUOTE-Shelving-_.pdf, 11713_11713_City-of-Chattanooga-Executive-Briefing-1.16.19.doc, SaaS-Cost-Comparitive.xlsx
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Greg L. Anderson ganderson@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 14811   Ready for Review?
Project Name
CMAQ 2 Protected Bike Lanes
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This is the second phase of the CMAQ protected bike lane project, and will establish one-way protected lanes on 20th St., 23rd St., Chestnut St., Rossville Blvd., and Washington St., and a two-way protected lane on Veterans Bridge. The protection between the bike lanes and car lanes will consist of flexible bollards affixed in a hatched buffer area. Concrete curb will not be utilized.

Importance of Project and Why

The protected bike lanes that will be installed with this project were identified in the 2040 Regional Transportation Plan and the public processes that led to the 4-Year Bicycle Implementation Plan.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$340000 $1360000
Breakdown of External Funds

CMAQ Grant

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
1700000
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
1700000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Grant application

Impact on Operations

City would need to implement a regular bike lane sweeping program as a part of regular street maintenance which does not currently exist.

Project Address
Varies
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Protected-bike-Lanes-Ph3-CMAQ.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
mheinzer@chattanooga.gov mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Average Scores for Initial Offer ID 14811   (Maximum score is 5 in each category.)
2 reviews have been entered.

Project Type: Infrastructure
Impact
on Chattanooga
Advances Planning or Policy Priorities Addresses Existing System Needs Promotes Economic Development Leverages Collaboration and/or External Funds Overall
3.0 3.0 4.0 4.0 2.0 3.2
Reviewer Comments

Provide additional detail regarding anticipated number of users to be served


 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Final Project for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 18020   Ready for Review?
Project Name
CMAQ 2 Protected Bike Lanes
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Infrastructure
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Transportation Infrastructure
Department/Agency Type
CDOT Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This is the second phase of the CMAQ protected bike lane project, and will establish one-way protected lanes on 20th St., 23rd St., Chestnut St., Rossville Blvd., and Washington St., and a two-way protected lane on Veterans Bridge. The protection between the bike lanes and car lanes will consist of flexible bollards affixed in a hatched buffer area. Concrete curb will not be utilized.

Importance of Project and Why

The protected bike lanes that will be installed with this project were identified in the 2040 Regional Transportation Plan and the public processes that led to the 4-Year Bicycle Implementation Plan.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$340,000 $1,360,000
Breakdown of External Funds

CMAQ Grant

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
1700000
Expected In-Service Date
December 31, 2020
Useful Life
25 years
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
1700000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate

Grant application

Impact on Operations

City would need to implement a regular bike lane sweeping program as a part of regular street maintenance which does not currently exist.

Project Address
Varies
Detailed Description

Feedback Response 1: In response to OCP feedback about anticipated number of users, CDOT received a Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Grant for this project. The emissions reduction model calculated as part of that grant anticipated that 60,000-80,000 annual car trips would be replaced by bicycle trips along each of the three corridors. These bicyclist numbers are in line with ongoing counts we conduct along other bicycle facilities in Chattanooga. These calculations were based solely upon the anticipated usage of these facilities in isolation, and we stated in the grant application that we anticipate greater usage of these and other bicycle facilities based on the way they fill significant gaps in the connected, low-stress bicycle facility network. Additional riders are anticipated as the network becomes more interconnected and provides safe connections to more destinations.

Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
14811_Protected-bike-Lanes-Ph3-CMAQ.pdf
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
mheinzer@chattanooga.gov mheinzer@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1965   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Computer Labs
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Smart Students, Stronger Families Technology
Department/Agency Type
YFD Recreation Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The computer labs at the Youth and Development Centers are becoming dated and the amount of upkeep is causing an unreasonable demand on the IT department. This request is to replace existing computers with chromebook carts in each center.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
Chattanooga 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Jason McKinney jmckinney@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 3049   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Computer Labs
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Smart Students, Stronger Families Technology
Department/Agency Type
YFD Recreation Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

The computer labs at the Youth and Development Centers are becoming dated and the amount of upkeep is causing an unreasonable demand on the IT department. This request is to replace existing computers with chromebook carts in each center.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$150,000 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Jason McKinney jmckinney@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 3057   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
Conductive Electronic Weapons (CEWS)
Is this an existing capital project?
Project Name has changed since last phase.
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Technology
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Police Department Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This offer is requesting continued funding for ongoing capital projects from previous years. Several of these projects have contracts that extend for multiple years. We are requesting funding for the contracted amount for each project for the next fiscal year. Specifically, the Conductive Electronic Weapon (CEWs) was a (5) year contract approved by City Council last year. The $173,204 requested this year is payment for year two of the ongoing 5 year contract with Axon (Taser International).

1)Conductive Electronic Weapons (CEWs) – $173,204

2) Crime Scene Facility at PSC- $480,000

3) Police Precinct Safety Improvements- $38,000

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$173,204 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Jason Irvin jirvin@chattanooga.gov

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 1124   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
CPD Crime Scene Van Replacement
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Vehicles/Equipment
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Police Department Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This offer is for the purchase of a new Chattanooga Police Department Crime Scene Van to replace the Department’s current Crime Scene van which is antiquated and near the end of its life cycle. The Department’s current Crime Scene van has been in use since 1999. Over the past year the current vehicle has required a great deal of maintenance and up keep due to the wear and tear it has received over the past 18 years. The Crime Scene Van responds to approximately 35 homicides scenes a year in addition to responding to other major crime incidents that occur in the City of Chattanooga and Hamilton County. The Crime Scene Van is a vital specialized emergency vehicle that is used to house and transport specialized crime scene equipment, outdoor lighting and electrical power to a crime scene. The Crime Scene van is also used to transport large amounts of evidence that would not be practical in a normal vehicle.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$80,000.00 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (including External Funds)
0
Expected In-Service Date
Useful Life
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
0
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Sgt. Joe Montijo montijo@gmail.com

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Pre-Submission for Budget Year 2020   Project ID: 9373   Ready for Review?
Project Name
CPD Crime Scene Van Replacement
Is this an existing capital project?
No, this is a new project.
Capital Project Type
Internal City Operations
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Vehicles/Equipment
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Police Department Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This offer is for the purchase of a new Chattanooga Police Department Crime Scene Van to replace the Department’s current Crime Scene van which is antiquated and near the end of its life cycle. The Department’s current Crime Scene van has been in use since 1999. Over the past year the current vehicle has required a great deal of maintenance and up keep due to the wear and tear it has received over the past 18 years. The Crime Scene Van responds to approximately 35 homicides scenes a year in addition to responding to other major crime incidents that occur in the City of Chattanooga and Hamilton County. The Crime Scene Van is a vital specialized emergency vehicle that is used to house and transport specialized crime scene equipment, outdoor lighting and electrical power to a crime scene. The Crime Scene van is also used to transport large amounts of evidence that would not be practical in a normal vehicle.

Importance of Project and Why

The Department’s current Crime Scene van has been in service for the past 19 years (since 1999) and is in desperate need of replacement.

Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$95,000.00 0.00
Breakdown of External Funds

0.00

Total Requested Funding for FY 2020 (including External Funds)
95000
Expected In-Service Date
January 6, 2020
Useful Life
6 Months
Section 4 – Additional Information (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Total Project Cost Estimate (Including Outyear and External Funds)
95000.00
Basis of Cost Estimate
Impact on Operations
Project Address
Detailed Description
Section 5 – Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
Attachments
Agency-Level Attachments (NOT needed for Pre-Submission)
No Entries Found

Section 6 – Contact Information
Contact Name Contact Email
Sgt. Joe Montijo montijo@chattanooga.gov

Reviewer Feedback for This Project


Note: The review results are one of several factors taken into consideration when recommending funding amounts for projects. A positive review is not a guarantee that the project will be recommended for funding.

Pre-Submission Feedback Color for Project ID 9373

Green: The Results Teams are excited to review your full offer.
Reviewer Comments

 

Section 1 – Project Summary
(Initial Request for Budget Year 2019   Project ID: 2962   Ready for Review? Yes)
Project Name
CPD Crime Scene Van Replacement
Is this an existing capital project?
Capital Project Type
Primary Results Area Infrastructure Categorization
Safer Streets Vehicles/Equipment
Department/Agency Type
Chattanooga Police Department Department
Section 2 – Summary
Project Summary

This offer is for the purchase of a new Chattanooga Police Department Crime Scene Van to replace the Department’s current Crime Scene van which is antiquated and near the end of its life cycle. The Department’s current Crime Scene van has been in use since 1999. Over the past year the current vehicle has required a great deal of maintenance and up keep due to the wear and tear it has received over the past 18 years. The Crime Scene Van responds to approximately 35 homicides scenes a year in addition to responding to other major crime incidents that occur in the City of Chattanooga and Hamilton County. The Crime Scene Van is a vital specialized emergency vehicle that is used to house and transport specialized crime scene equipment, outdoor lighting and electrical power to a crime scene. The Crime Scene van is also used to transport large amounts of evidence that would not be practical in a normal vehicle.

Importance of Project and Why
Section 3 – Project Budget Request
City Funding Requested External Funding
$80,000.00 0
Breakdown of External Funds
Total Requested Funding for FY 2019 (i