The Recreation Center Roof had a new membrane roof placed in 2010. The membrane is attached by glue to a gypsum and plywood sub-roof structure. In recent years, staff has noticed the membrane has begun to separate on the south parapet near the skylights above the pool. Staff called the membrane installer for warranty work. It was determined the membrane was still in good condition but the sub-roof had begun to deteriorate and rot due to moisture entering the gypsum sub roof and glue used to attach the membrane. Temporary measures were put in place to get the roof through the winter of 2020. This fix was designed to last no more than 1 year. In 2020, the City hired McNeil Engineering to study the problem and propose a solution. The contract is to hire McNeil Engineering to prepare bid documents, monitor construction, and move forward their solution proposed in the 2020 study.
Suggested Motion: I move to approve the agreement with McNeil Engineering to provide engineering consulting services for the Recreation Center Roof Repair Project, in the amount of $14,850, pending legal approval.