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TENTATIVE AGENDA
Shakopee City Council
 
Regular Session 7:00 p.m. January 17, 2017
   
LOCATION Council Chambers City Hall 129 Holmes Street South
 

Shakopee Mission Statement


The Mission of the City of Shakopee is to provide the opportunity to live, work and play in a community with a proud
past, promising future, and small town atmosphere within a metropolitan setting.
 

Agenda items are tied to the following long-term goals that support the City's strategic vision as noted after each agenda item: 

A. Keep Shakopee a safe and healthy community where residents can pursue active and quality lifestyles.
B. Positively manage the challenges and opportunities presented by growth development and change.
C. Maintain the City's strong financial health.
D. Maintain improve and create strong partnerships with other public and private sector entities.
E. Deliver effective and efficient public services by a staff of well-trained, caring, and professional employees.
F. Housekeeping item.

Mayor Bill Mars presiding
             

1. Roll Call
 

2. Pledge of Allegiance
 

3. Approval of Agenda
 

4. Consent Business - (All items listed in this section are anticipated to be routine. After a
discussion by the Mayor there will be an opportunity for members of the Council to
remove any items from the consent agenda for individual discussion. Those items
removed will be considered following the Public hearing portion of the agenda. Items
remaining on the Consent Agenda will not be discussed and will be approved in one
motion.)
 

A. Community Development
 

 
1. *National Endowment for the Humanities Grant Application Approval, Res. No.
7824 (A)
 

B. Police and Fire
 

 
1. *Declare Five Forfeited Vehicles as Surplus Property (F)
 

C. Public Works and Engineering
 

 
1. *Accept a Report and Set a Public Hearing for the 2017-1 Street Reconstruction
Project, Res. No. 7826 (E)
 

 
2. *Authorize WSB & Associates, Inc. Proposals for Plan Preparation for the Mill Pond
 
2. *Authorize WSB & Associates, Inc. Proposals for Plan Preparation for the Mill Pond
& Valley Park 11 th  Addition Pond Outlets  (E)
 

 
3. *Purchase Single Axle Plow Truck for the Street Division (E)
 

 
4. *Purchase Single Axle Plow Truck with Hook System for the Park Division (E)
 

 
5. *Purchase One Administrative Vehicle for the Fire Department (A,E)
 

 
6. Purchase of Two Rescue/Pumpers for Fire Department (A,E)
 

D. General Administration
 

 
1. *City Bill List (F)
 

 
2. *City Council Minutes (F)
 

 
3. *Contract Renewal - Marco Managed Voice System (F)
 

 
4. *Premises Permit for the Shakopee Lion's Club, Res. No. 7827 (F)
 

 
5. *On Sale Liquor and Sunday On Sale License for Marcus Cinemas of Minnesota and
Illinois, Inc dba Marcus Southbridge Crossing Cinema (F)
 

 
6. *Approve Advertisement and Receiving Bids, Low Voltage Systems, New City Hall
Project, Res. No. 7792 (F)
 

5. RECOGNITION OF INVOLVED CITIZENS BY CITY COUNCIL - Provides an
opportunity for the public to address the Council on items which are not on the agenda.
 Comments should not be more than five minutes in length.  The Mayor may adjust
that time limit based upon the number of persons seeking to comment.  This comment
period may not be used to make personal attacks, to air personality grievances, to
make political endorsements or for political campaign purposes. Council Members
will not enter into a dialogue with citizens, and questions from Council will be for
clarification only.  This period will not be used to problem solve issues or to react to
the comments made, but rather for informational purposes only.
 

6. Business removed from the Consent Agenda will be discussed at this time
 

7. Recess for Economic Development Authority Meeting:
 

8. Reconvene
 

9. General Business:
 

A. Planning and Development
A. Planning and Development
 

 
1. *Acceptance of Metropolitan Council Local Planning Assistance Program Grant,
Res. No. 7823 (A,B)
 

B. General Administration
 

10. Liaison & Administrator Reports
 

11. Other Business
 

12. Adjourn to February 7, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.
 

 
Consent Business 4. A. 1.

TO: Mayor and City Council


FROM: Mark Noble, Senior Planner
DATE: 01/17/2017
SUBJECT: *National Endowment for the Humanities Grant Application Approval, Res. No.
7824 (A)

Action Sought
Introduction
City Council is asked to adopt Resolution No. 7824, a resolution approving the City of
Shakopee’s application to the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Public
Humanities Projects grant.

Background
On April 19, 2011, City Council approved Resolution 7092, allowing a city owned parcel to
become an extension of Memorial Park and be used as an educational opportunity for the
citizens and visitors of Shakopee. This parcel was named History Park. A committee,
consisting of a city employee, city council member, Shakopee Heritage Society members and
long-time residents of Shakopee, was formed with the goal to design and implement an
interpretive wayfinding system in History Park. This system includes 20 trail signs and a steel
open-air structure of the Pond Mission House. The committee is at the implementation stage
and needs to seek outside funding.

Discussion
The NEH Public Humanities Projects grant supports cultural and historic projects. Because it is
a city owned parcel, the city is named on the grant application. The grant was submitted to the
NEH on January 11, 2017 (deadline). No monetary match is required; however, as a good
measure, the Shakopee Heritage Society matched $15,000 from funds previously raised. The
city applied for $62,700.00.

Budget
No match is required; therefore, the budget is not impacted.
Relationship to Vision
A. Keep Shakopee a safe and healthy community where residents can pursue active and
quality lifestyles.
Requested Action
Adopt Resolution No. 7824, approving the City of Shakopee’s application to the NEH Public
Humanities Projects grant.

Attachments
National Endowment for the Humanities Grant Application Approval, Res. No. 7824
Resolution 7092
RESOLUTION 7824

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SHAKOPEE, MINNESOTA


AUTHORIZING THE CITY TO SUBMIT A NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE
HUMANITIES (NEH) PUBLIC HUMANITIES PROJECTS GRANT APPLICATION

WHEREAS, the City of Shakopee supports the grant application made to the NEH Public
Humanities Projects, and
WHEREAS, on April 19, 2011, City Council approved Resolution 7092, allowing a city
own parcel to become an extension of Memorial Park and be used as an educational opportunity
for the citizens and visitors of Shakopee, and
WHEREAS, the property is that part of the East Half of the Northeast Quarter of Section
6, Township 115 North, Range 22 West, Scott County, Minnesota, described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the northerly right of way line of the Chicago and North Western
Transportation Company (formerly Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis, and Omaha Railway
Company), which point is 48 rods due West from the east line of said Section 6; thence run due
North 28 rods; thence run westerly parallel with said northerly right of way line about 32 rods to
the west line of Government Lot 6 of said Section 6; thence south along said west government
lot line 10 rods 3.5 feet; thence easterly parallel with said northerly right of way line 6 rods 7.5
feet; thence southerly 17 rods 13 feet to a point on said northerly right of way line, distant 8 rods
easterly of the west line of said East Half of the Northeast Quarter; thence easterly about 24 rods
along said northerly right of way line to the point of beginning; and
WHEREAS, said city parcel has been named History Park, and
WHEREAS, such a grant, in partnership with the Shakopee Heritage Society, will be
used to convert History Park into an interpretive and historical wayfinding system, and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY
OF SHAKOPEE, MINNESOTA, that if the City of Shakopee is awarded a grant by the NEH, the
City of Shakopee agrees to accept the grant award.
Adopted in adjourned regular session of the City Council of the City of Shakopee, Minnesota
held this 17th Day of January, 2017.

__________________________________
William Mars
Mayor of the City of Shakopee

ATTEST:
____________________________________
Lori Hensen
City Clerk
Consent Business 4. B. 1.

TO: Mayor and City Council


FROM: Chris Dellwo, Captain
DATE: 01/17/2017
SUBJECT: *Declare Five Forfeited Vehicles as Surplus Property (F)

Action Sought
The Council is asked to declare five forfeited vehicles as surplus property.

Background
The following vehicles were obtained through successful forfeiture proceedings:
1. 1999 Saturn SL2, VIN: 1G8ZJ5275XZ362594
2. 1999 GMC Yukon, VIN: 1GKEK13R5XJ742595
3. 2000 Pontiac Bonneville, VIN: 1G2HY54K4Y429816
4. 2003 Chrysler Sebring, VIN: 1C3EL56R13N503760
5. 2011 BMW X5, VIN: 5UXZW0C5XBL371440

After being declared surplus, they will be sold at auction and the proceeds, if any, will be
disbursed according to Minnesota State Statute.

Relationship to Vision
This is a housekeeping item (F).

Action Requested
If the Council concurs, it is asked to declare the above described five forfeited vehicles as
surplus property.
Consent Business 4. C. 1.

TO: Mayor and City Council


FROM: Ryan Halverson, Assistant City Engineer
DATE: 01/17/2017
SUBJECT: *Accept a Report and Set a Public Hearing for the 2017-1 Street Reconstruction
Project, Res. No. 7826 (E)

Action Sought
Adopt Resolution 7826, a resolution receiving a Preliminary Engineering report and calling for
a public hearing on the 2017 Street Reconstruction project.

Background
On November 15, 2016, the City Council ordered the preparation of a preliminary engineering
report to analyze the reconstruction of various streets throughout the City by Resolution 7784.
This report has been completed and is attached for Council review.

The purpose of the report is to evaluate the existing infrastructure (streets, utilities, drainage)
and make recommendations for any improvements that are needed. The report also addresses
the estimated costs for the improvements and the proposed assessments that result from the
project being constructed.

The attached resolution sets a date for the public hearing for this project for February 21, 2017.
The approval of Resolution 7826 does not order the project nor does it commit the Council to
constructing any improvements. The intent of this resolution is to accept the report and set the
public hearing date. The public hearing will allow the property owners adjacent to the project
area and the general public the opportunity to address the City Council on this project.

Staff will make a full presentation at the February 21, 2017 public hearing on the report to the
public and the City Council.
Recommendation
Offer Resolution 7826, A Resolution Receiving a Report and Calling a Hearing for the 2017
Street Reconstruction Project, Project 2017-1 and move its adoption.

Budget Impact
If the project is approved, it will be funded by the sanitary sewer fund, storm sewer fund,
special assessments, Shakopee Public Utilities and the Capital Improvement Fund.

Relationship to Vision
This supports Goal E: Deliver effective and efficient public services by a staff of well-trained,
caring and professional employees.

Requested Action
Adopt Resolution 7826, a resolution receiving a Preliminary Engineering report and calling for
a public hearing on the 2017 Street Reconstruction project.

Attachments
Resolution 7826
Preliminary Engineering Report
RESOLUTION 7826

A Resolution Receiving A Report


And Calling A Hearing For The
2017 Street Reconstruction Project
Project 2017-1

WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution 7784 of the City Council adopted November 15, 2016,
a report has been prepared by the City Engineer, with reference to the 2017 Street Reconstruction
Project, Project 2017-1, and this report was received by the Council on January 17, 2017.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY


OF SHAKOPEE, MINNESOTA:

1. The Council will consider the 2017 Street Reconstruction Project and all appurtenant
work in accordance with the report and the assessment of abutting and benefited property for all or a
portion of the cost of the improvements pursuant to Minnesota Statutes Chapter 429 at an estimated
total cost of the improvement for the 2017 Street Reconstruction of $2,582,000.00.

2. A public hearing shall be held on such proposed improvements on the 21st day of
February, 2017, at 7:00 P.M. or thereafter, in the Council Chambers of City Hall, at 129 South
Holmes Street, Shakopee, Minnesota, and the Clerk shall give mailed and published notice of such
hearing and improvement as required by law.

3. The work of this project is hereby designated as part of the 2017-1 Public Improvement
Project.

4. The City Council shall let the contract for all or part of the improvements as authorized
by Minnesota Statutes 429.041, no later than three years from the date of adoption of this resolution.

Adopted in session of the City Council of the City of Shakopee,

Minnesota, held this day of , 2017.

_________________________
Mayor of the City of Shakopee
ATTEST:

_______________________
City Clerk

ENGR/2017-PROJECTS/2017- RECONSTRUCTION/WORD/RES7826-RECEIVE-REPORT-CALLING-HEARING
January 2017
Preliminary
Engineering Report

2017 Street Reconstruction


Shakopee Avenue
Dakota Street

Street Improvements and Appurtenant Work


PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING REPORT

2017 STREET RECONSTRUCTION


Shakopee Avenue from CSAH 17 to 11th Avenue
Dakota Street from Highway 101 to 2nd Avenue

City Project Number 2017-1

January 2017

Prepared By:

City of Shakopee
Engineering Department
129 South Holmes Street
Shakopee, MN 55379
(952) 233-9300
(952) 233-3803 (Fax)

Preliminary Engineering Report


2017 Street Reconstruction
City of Shakopee, MN
City Project No: 2017-1
PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING REPORT
FOR
2017 STREET RECONSTRUCTION
SHAKOPEE, MINNESOTA

I hereby certify that this plan, specification, or report was prepared


by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly licensed
Professional Engineer under the laws of the State of Minnesota.

___________________________________________
Ryan Halverson

Date January 12, 2017 License No. 49803

Preliminary Engineering Report


2017 Street Reconstruction
City of Shakopee, MN
City Project No: 2017-1
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The intent of this section is to highlight the important issues of this project. More detailed
information is contained in the body of the report.

On November 15, 2016, the City of Shakopee adopted Resolution 7784, which ordered the
preparation of a preliminary engineering report to analyze the reconstruction of the
following streets:

Shakopee Avenue from CSAH 17 to 11th Avenue


Dakota Street from Highway 101 to 2nd Avenue

The proposed improvements consist of reconstructing the streets, installing new storm
sewer and replacing existing watermain and sanitary sewer including services.

The estimated costs for the proposed improvements are $1,280,000 for the street
improvements, $338,000 for the storm sewer improvements, $554,000 for the watermain
improvements, and $410,000 for the sanitary sewer improvements. The total estimated
project cost is $2,582,000.

The project will be funded as follows:

Assessments (30% of street improvements) $ 384,000.00


Capital Improvement Fund $ 896,000.00
Storm Sewer Fund $ 338,000.00
Shakopee Public Utilities $ 554,000.00
Sanitary Sewer Fund $ 410,000.00

TOTAL PROJECT COST $ 2,582,000.00

(Note: numbers in the report are rounded)

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2017 Street Reconstruction
City of Shakopee, MN
City Project No: 2017-1
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Description Page No.

1. Introduction 1

2. Scope 1

3. Background 1

4. Existing Conditions 1

5. Proposed Improvements 2

6. Special Assessments 4

7. Estimated Costs 5

8. Funding Sources 5

9. Conclusion 5

Appendix 6

Preliminary Engineering Report


2017 Street Reconstruction
City of Shakopee, MN
City Project No: 2017-1
1. INTRODUCTION

On November 15, 2016, the City Council adopted Resolution 7784, which ordered
the preparation of a preliminary engineering report to analyze the reconstruction of
the following streets:

Shakopee Avenue from CSAH 17 to 11th Avenue


Dakota Street from Highway 101 to 2nd Avenue

This project is included in the City’s Proposed 2017 Capital Improvement Program.

2. SCOPE

This report will determine the feasibility and cost effectiveness of reconstructing
the above-mentioned streets. All existing infrastructure elements (street, utilities,
etc.) within the project area were evaluated as part of this report.

The report will provide a description of the proposed improvements, an itemized


cost estimate, a cost apportionment and a preliminary assessment roll.

3. BACKGROUND

Based on the limited asbuilt information the City has for the proposed project area,
it appears the majority of the improvements along Shakopee Avenue were
constructed between 1959 and 1974. Dakota Street was built in 1976.
Improvements to the streets in the project area have since been limited to patching
and seal coating.

The existing pavements in a majority of the project area are deteriorated to the point
where they require more than normal maintenance. There are many transverse and
longitudinal cracks, areas of patching, crown problems and curb and gutter
deficiencies. Residents along Shakopee Avenue are also experiencing problems
with the sanitary sewer services.

4. EXISTING CONDITIONS

The existing conditions are identified in Drawings 1 through 5 in the Appendix.

Shakopee Avenue is 45-feet wide from CSAH 17 to 10th Avenue and 43-feet wide
from 10th Avenue to 11th Avenue. The sanitary sewer in the project area is 8-inch
VCP constructed between 1959 and 1974 and was lined in 2009. The watermain
consists of 12-inch CIP and 6-inch CIP in the project area. The storm sewer on
Shakopee Avenue is RCP and was constructed between 1959 and 1974.

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2017 Street Reconstruction
City of Shakopee, MN
City Project No: 2017-1
Dakota Street is 41-feet wide. Dakota Street lacks curb and gutter from 2nd Avenue
to 120-feet north. Dakota Street has no sanitary sewer or watermain and there is
RCP storm sewer and catch basins at Highway 101 for drainage.

There is no sidewalk or bituminous trail along Shakopee Avenue or Dakota Street.

5. PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS

The proposed project area is identified in Drawing 6 in the Appendix.

The proposed improvements are as follows:

5.1 Street

Shakopee Avenue is proposed to be reconstructed at a width of 37-feet to


match street width standards. Dakota Street from Highway 101 to 2nd
Avenue is in the business zone and is proposed to be reconstructed to its
current width of 41-feet. All streets in the project area are proposed to be
reconstructed to a 7-ton design. For the most part, existing grades and
drainage patterns will need to be maintained. Narrowing the streets will
allow for some minor grade adjustments. Reducing the street width has the
following benefits:

1) Reduced hard surface


2) Reduction in runoff
3) Increased green space
4) Lower maintenance cost
5) Reduction in construction cost
6) Reduced speeds through a residential neighborhood
7) Allows for flexibility to adjust street grades to fix drainage problems
8) Less impact to existing boulevard trees

A 37-foot roadway allows for parking on both sides of the street.

It is not proposed to add sidewalk to the project area.

The Natural Resources Coordinator will prepare a tree replacement plan for
the area using Tree Replacement Funds.

The total estimated cost for the street improvements is $1,280,000.

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City of Shakopee, MN
City Project No: 2017-1
5.2 Storm Sewer

The proposed storm sewer improvements are identified in Drawings 7 and


8 in the Appendix. The proposed storm sewer improvements consist of
replacing mainline storm sewer, structures and leads in the project area.

The total estimated project cost for the proposed storm sewer improvements
is $338,000.

5.3 Watermain

The proposed watermain improvements are identified in Drawings 9 and 10


in the Appendix.

The proposed watermain improvements consist of replacing the existing


watermain and water services within the project area.

The total estimated project cost for the proposed watermain improvements
is $554,000.

5.4 Sanitary Sewer

The proposed sanitary sewer improvements are identified in Drawings 11


and 12 in the Appendix.

The proposed sanitary sewer improvements consist of replacing the sanitary


sewer main line and services within the project area. The sanitary sewer
lines will be replaced with 8-inch PVC pipe. Services will be replaced with
4-inch or 6-inch PVC pipe from the main line to approximately 10 feet
inside of the Right of Way.

The total estimated project cost for the sanitary sewer improvements is
$410,000.

5.5 Easements

It is not anticipated that easement acquisition will be required for this


project.

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City Project No: 2017-1
6. SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS

6.1 Street

30% of the project costs for the street improvements are proposed to be
assessed on a per lot basis to benefiting properties. Corner lots that only
have improvements made to one street will be considered a half lot. A
corner lot is defined as a lot of record with two sides adjacent to existing
City streets. Non single family residential uses will be assessed .5 units per
unit. Non residential uses along Dakota Street will be assessed the number
of equivalent residential lots resulting from dividing the properties front
footage by 60-feet, similar to lot sizes in the adjacent neighborhoods. Non
residential uses along Shakopee Avenue will be assessed the number of
equivalent residential lots resulting from dividing the properties front
footage by 85-feet, similar to lot sizes in the adjacent neighborhoods. The
remaining 70% of the project cost for the proposed street improvements will
be funded by the Capital Improvement Fund.

The estimated assessment rate for the proposed street improvements is


$6,144.00 per lot.

A preliminary assessment roll is included in the Appendix.

6.2 Storm Sewer

The General Storm Sewer Fund will fund 100% of the storm sewer
improvements.

6.3 Watermain

Shakopee Public Utilities will fund 100% of the watermain improvements.

6.4 Sanitary Sewer

The Sanitary Sewer Enterprise Fund will fund 100% of the sanitary sewer
improvements.

Actual Assessments will be based on the final project costs and apportionments.

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2017 Street Reconstruction
City of Shakopee, MN
City Project No: 2017-1
7. ESTIMATED COSTS

An itemized cost estimate is included in the Appendix. The following costs were
prepared using 2016 construction costs and are subject to change, depending on the
final design of the project, bids received, and actual work performed. A summary
of the estimated construction costs plus a 3% contingency, engineering and
administration costs for the project are as follows:

Street Improvements $1,280,000.00


Storm Sewer Improvements $ 338,000.00
Watermain Improvements $ 554,000.00
Sanitary Sewer Improvements $ 410,000.00

TOTAL PROJECT COST $2,582,000.00

8. FUNDING SOURCES

A summary of the estimated funding apportionment for the recommended


improvements is as follows:

Assessments $ 384,000.00
Capital Improvement Fund $ 896,000.00
Storm Sewer Fund $ 338,000.00
Shakopee Public Utilities $ 554,000.00
Sanitary Sewer Fund $ 410,000.00

TOTAL PROJECT COST $2,582,000.00

9. CONCLUSION

From an engineering standpoint, the recommended improvements are feasible, cost


effective and necessary to maintain the City’s existing infrastructure.

Preliminary Engineering Report


2017 Street Reconstruction
City of Shakopee, MN
City Project No: 2017-1
APPENDIX

Proposed Area of Improvements

Existing Conditions

Proposed Storm Sewer Improvements

Proposed Watermain Improvements

Proposed Sanitary Sewer Improvements

Cost Estimate

Assessment Roll

Preliminary Engineering Report


2017 Street Reconstruction
City of Shakopee, MN
City Project No: 2017-1
Preliminary Cost Estimate
2017 Street Reconstruction
City of Shakopee

Street Improvements
Item #Description Units Quantity Unit Price Extended Total
1 MOBILIZATION 1 L.S. $ 50,000.00 $ 50,000.00

2 TRAFFIC CONTROL 1 L.S. $ 10,000.00 $ 10,000.00

3 MISC LANDSCAPING 1 L.S. $ 10,000.00 $ 10,000.00

4 SAWCUT BITUMINOUS 1100 L.F. $ 3.50 $ 3,850.00

5 SAWCUT CONCRETE 510 L.F. $ 5.00 $ 2,550.00

6 REMOVE CURB AND GUTTER 6950 L.F. $ 3.00 $ 20,850.00

7 REMOVE CONCRETE PAVEMENT (ANY DEPTH) 960 S.Y. $ 6.00 $ 5,760.00

8 CLEARING & GRUBBING TREE 30 EACH $ 350.00 $ 10,500.00

9 COMMON EXCAVATION (P) 6600 C.Y. $ 13.00 $ 85,800.00

10 ROCK EXCAVATION 50 C.Y. $ 60.00 $ 3,000.00

11 SUBGRADE PREPARATION 19800 S.Y. $ 1.00 $ 19,800.00

12 GEOTEXTILE FABRIC 6000 S.Y. $ 1.50 $ 9,000.00

13 SUBGRADE EXCAVATION (EV) 8000 C.Y. $ 13.00 $ 104,000.00

14 GRANULAR BORROW (CV) 8000 C.Y. $ 18.00 $ 144,000.00

15 TOPSOIL BORROW 1600 C.Y. $ 28.00 $ 44,800.00

16 CLASS 5 AGGREGATE BASE (100% CRUSHED LIMESTONE) 7400 TON $ 17.00 $ 125,800.00

17 BITUMINOUS NON-WEAR MIXTURE (2,C) 2100 TON $ 60.00 $ 126,000.00

18 BITUMINOUS WEARING COURSE MIXTURE (2,C) 1250 TON $ 65.00 $ 81,250.00

19 BITUMINOUS MATERIAL FOR TACK COAT 1100 GAL $ 3.00 $ 3,300.00

20 BITUMINOUS DRIVEWAY (3" THICK) 1150 S.Y. $ 25.00 $ 28,750.00

21 CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER, DESIGN B618 7150 L.F. $ 11.00 $ 78,650.00

22 6" CONCRETE PAVEMENT 7500 S.F. $ 6.00 $ 45,000.00

23 4" CONCRETE WALK 540 S.F. $ 4.00 $ 2,160.00

24 PROTECT EXISTING IRRIGATION SYSTEMS 1 L.S. $ 6,500.00 $ 6,500.00

25 PROTECT UNDERGROUND FENCING 3 EACH $ 200.00 $ 600.00

26 SALVAGE AND REINSTALL MAILBOX 52 EACH $ 150.00 $ 7,800.00

27 STREET LIGHTING 1 L.S. $ 8,000.00 $ 8,000.00

28 SOD 10700 S.Y. $ 5.00 $ 53,500.00

Subtotal $ 1,091,000.00
+3% Contingency $ 33,000.00
Total With Contingency $ 1,124,000.00
+20% Indirect Costs $ 225,000.00
Total $ 1,349,000.00

*70% of curb and gutter costs ($69,000) are funded by the storm sewer fund
Preliminary Cost Estimate
2017 Street Reconstruction
City of Shakopee

Storm Sewer Improvements


Item Description Units Quantity Unit Price Extended Total
1 MOBILIZATION 1 L.S. $ 10,000.00 $ 10,000.00

2 REMOVE STORM STRUCTURE (INCLUDES CASTING) 22 EA. $ 400.00 $ 8,800.00

3 REMOVE STORM SEWER PIPE (ANY SIZE) 1700 L.F. $ 9.00 $ 15,300.00

4 APPROVED INLET PROTECTION DEVISE 26 EA. $ 200.00 $ 5,200.00

5 STORM SEWER PIPE 1800 L.F. $ 55.00 $ 99,000.00

8 4" DRAINTILE 1000 L.F. $ 10.00 $ 10,000.00

9 CONSTRUCT DRAINAGE STRUCTURE DESIGN 2'x3' (ANY DEPTH) 14 EA. $ 1,800.00 $ 25,200.00

10 CONSTRUCT DRAINAGE STRUCTURE DESIGN 48-4020 (ANY DEPTH) 8 EA. $ 2,100.00 $ 16,800.00

11 CONSTRUCT DRAINAGE STRUCTURE DESIGN 72-4020 (ANY DEPTH) 2 EA. $ 4,000.00 $ 8,000.00

12 10" CONCRETE PAVEMENT 800 S.F. $ 10.00 $ 8,000.00

14 ADJUST CASTING 2 EA. $ 400.00 $ 800.00

15 CONNECT TO EXISTING SEWER (STORM) 5 EA. $ 1,000.00 $ 5,000.00

16 4" CORE DRILL AND CONNECT TO STORM STRUCTURE 20 EA. $ 300.00 $ 6,000.00

Subtotal $ 218,000.00
+3% Contingency $ 6,500.00
Total With Contingency $ 224,500.00
+20% Indirect Costs $ 44,500.00
Total $ 269,000.00

*70% of curb and gutter costs ($69,000) are funded by the storm sewer fund
Preliminary Cost Estimate
2017 Street Reconstruction
City of Shakopee

Watermain Improvements
Item #Description Units Quantity Unit Price Extended Total
1 MOBILIZATION 1 L.S. $ 21,000.00 $ 21,000.00

2 REMOVE WATER MAIN 3620 L.F. $ 5.00 $ 18,100.00

3 REMOVE HYDRANT 6 EA. $ 300.00 $ 1,800.00

4 REMOVE GATE VALVE AND BOX ASSEMBLY 9 EA. $ 200.00 $ 1,800.00

5 REMOVE VALVE MANHOLE 8 EA. $ 500.00 $ 4,000.00

6 REMOVE WATER SERVICE PIPE (INCLUDES CURB STOP) 2300 L.F. $ 1.00 $ 2,300.00

7 TEMPORARY WATER SERVICE 1 L.S. $ 25,000.00 $ 25,000.00

8 CONNECT TO EXISTING WATER MAIN 10 EA. $ 1,200.00 $ 12,000.00

9 6" WATER MAIN - DUCTILE IRON PIPE CL 52 300 L.F. $ 36.00 $ 10,800.00

10 8" WATER MAIN - DUCTILE IRON PIPE CL 52 1890 L.F. $ 40.00 $ 75,600.00

11 12" WATER MAIN - DUCTILE IRON PIPE CL 52 1455 L.F. $ 48.00 $ 69,840.00

12 6" GATE VALVE AND BOX ASSEMBLY 14 EA. $ 1,500.00 $ 21,000.00

13 8" GATE VALVE AND BOX ASSEMBLY 4 EA. $ 2,000.00 $ 8,000.00

14 12" GATE VALVE AND BOX ASSEMBLY 6 EA. $ 3,000.00 $ 18,000.00

15 HYDRANT 8 EA. $ 4,300.00 $ 34,400.00

16 CONNECT TO EXISTING WATER SERVICE 51 EA. $ 300.00 $ 15,300.00

17 1" CORPORATION STOP 50 EA. $ 250.00 $ 12,500.00

18 1" CURB STOP AND BOX 50 EA. $ 250.00 $ 12,500.00

19 1" TYPE K COPPER PIPE 2250 L.F. $ 22.00 $ 49,500.00

20 1.5" CORPORATION STOP 1 EA. $ 400.00 $ 400.00

19 1.5" CURB STOP AND BOX 1 EA. $ 500.00 $ 500.00

20 1.5" TYPE K COPPER PIPE 50 L.F. $ 40.00 $ 2,000.00

21 A1 CASTING OVER CURB STOP 11 EA. $ 200.00 $ 2,200.00

22 GATE VALVE EXTENSION 2 L.F. $ 200.00 $ 400.00

23 HYDRANT EXTENSION 2 L.F. $ 800.00 $ 1,600.00

24 ADJUST GATE VALVE 16 EA. $ 300.00 $ 4,800.00

25 WATER MAIN FITTINGS 4500 LB $ 5.00 $ 22,500.00

Subtotal $ 448,000.00
+3% Contingency $ 13,500.00
Total With Contingency $ 461,500.00
+20% Indirect Costs $ 92,500.00
Total $ 554,000.00
Preliminary Cost Estimate
2017 Street Reconstruction
City of Shakopee

Sanitary Sewer Improvements


Item #Description Units Quantity Unit Price Extended Total
1 MOBILIZATION 1 L.S. $ 15,000.00 $ 15,000.00

2 REMOVE SANITARY SEWER PIPE (ANY SIZE) 3415 L.F. $ 5.00 $ 17,075.00

3 REMOVE SANITARY SERVICE PIPE (ANY SIZE) 1850 L.F. $ 1.00 $ 1,850.00

4 REMOVE SANITARY MANHOLE (INCLUDES CASTING) 11 EA. $ 400.00 $ 4,400.00

5 BYPASS PUMPING 1 L.S. $ 12,000.00 $ 12,000.00

6 CONNECT TO EXISTING SANITARY SEWER 8 EA. $ 1,500.00 $ 12,000.00

7 CONNECT TO EXISTING SANITARY SERVICE 51 EA. $ 200.00 $ 10,200.00

8 CIPP LINE 8" VCP 145 L.F. $ 140.00 $ 20,300.00

9 8" PVC SEWER PIPE. SDR 35 2900 L.F. $ 35.00 $ 101,500.00

10 8" PVC SEWER PIPE. SDR 26 515 L.F. $ 38.00 $ 19,570.00

11 4" PVC SEWER PIPE. SDR 26 750 L.F. $ 25.00 $ 18,750.00

12 6" PVC SEWER PIPE. SDR 26 1100 L.F. $ 28.00 $ 30,800.00

13 8" x 4" PVC WYE. SDR 26 20 EA. $ 225.00 $ 4,500.00

14 8" x 6" PVC WYE. SDR 26 31 EA. $ 250.00 $ 7,750.00

15 TELEVISE SANITARY SEWER 3415 L.F. $ 1.80 $ 6,147.00

16 48" SANITARY MANHOLE UP TO 12' DEEP. 12 EA. $ 3,000.00 $ 36,000.00

17 SANITARY MANHOLE EXTRA DEPTH 14 L.F. $ 200.00 $ 2,800.00

18 TRENCH ROCK 200 TON $ 30.00 $ 6,000.00

19 ADJUST CASTING 12 EA. $ 400.00 $ 4,800.00

20 4" INSULATION 20 S.Y. $ 40.00 $ 800.00

Subtotal $ 332,000.00
+3% Contingency $ 10,000.00
Total With Contingency $ 342,000.00
+20% Indirect Costs $ 68,000.00
Total $ 410,000.00
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STREET
PID PROPERTY OWNER PROPERTY ADDRESS LEGAL DESCRIPTION RESIDENTIAL UNIT
ASSESSMENT
CEM PROPERTIES LLC SubdivisionName EAST SHAKOPEE Lot 001 Block 010
SubdivisionCd 27004 LOTS 6-10 & P/O 1-5 & VACATED
270040650 828 1 AVE E 810 1 AVE E 5 $ 30,720.00
ALLEY EX N 110' OF 9 & 10 & EX EX N 110' OF W 15' OF 8
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379 TAXED WITH 270040651
HENSEN ROGER T
SubdivisionName EAST SHAKOPEE Lot 001 Block 015
270040980 915 2 AVE E 139 DAKOTA ST S 0.5 $ 3,072.00
SubdivisionCd 27004
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
KUZNETSOV VALERIY
SubdivisionName EAST SHAKOPEE Lot 010 Block 015
270041040 210 MAGNOLIA LN N 906 1 AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
SubdivisionCd 27004
MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55441 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
JOHNSON ROBERT M & LENORE K
SubdivisionName SCENIC HEIGHTS 1ST ADDN Lot 001
270270040 905 SIBLEY ST S 905 SIBLEY ST S 0.5 $ 3,072.00
Block 002 SubdivisionCd 27027
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
COLLER JOANN M
SubdivisionName SCENIC HEIGHTS 1ST ADDN Lot 014
270270170 906 RAMSEY ST S 906 RAMSEY ST S 0.5 $ 3,072.00
Block 002 SubdivisionCd 27027
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
PHILLIPS RAYMOND J & BARBARA
SubdivisionName SCENIC HEIGHTS 1ST ADDN Lot 001
270270180 907 RAMSEY ST S 907 RAMSEY ST S 0.5 $ 3,072.00
Block 003 SubdivisionCd 27027 & N 25' OF LOT 2
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
MAR-KEL I
SubdivisionName HESSE'S 1ST ADDN Lot 001 Block 001
270300010 PO BOX 385525 1409 SHAKOPEE AVE E 3 $ 18,432.00
SubdivisionCd 27030 EX E 15' & EX RD
MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55438 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
HAGEDORN JOHN C
SubdivisionName HESSE'S 1ST ADDN Lot 002 Block 001
270300020 1145 HOLLY LN 1415 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
SubdivisionCd 27030 E 80' OF
CHANHASSEN, MN 55317 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
DELPHI INC
SubdivisionName HESSE'S 1ST ADDN Lot 002 Block 001
270300030 1411 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1411 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
SubdivisionCd 27030 E 15' OF 1 & W 65' OF LOT 2
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
WENDEL LEE
SubdivisionName SCENIC HEIGHTS 2ND ADDN Lot 001
270310010 1632 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1632 SHAKOPEE AVE E 0.5 $ 3,072.00
Block 001 SubdivisionCd 27031
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
ORTIZ-GARCIA ARSENIO
SubdivisionName SCENIC HEIGHTS 2ND ADDN Lot 001
270310070 1710 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1710 SHAKOPEE AVE E 0.5 $ 3,072.00
Block 002 SubdivisionCd 27031
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
BARTZ RANDY D & CHERIE L
SubdivisionName SCENIC HEIGHTS 2ND ADDN Lot 009
270310150 1732 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1732 SHAKOPEE AVE E 0.5 $ 3,072.00
Block 002 SubdivisionCd 27031
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
HOEN ALLAN G & SUSAN M
SubdivisionName SCENIC HEIGHTS 2ND ADDN Lot 001
270310160 1762 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1762 SHAKOPEE AVE E 0.5 $ 3,072.00
Block 003 SubdivisionCd 27031
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
ANDERSON DARIN SubdivisionName SCENIC HEIGHTS 2ND ADDN Lot 001
270310190 PO BOX 249 1691 SHAKOPEE AVE E Block 004 SubdivisionCd 27031 P/O LYING E OF LINE 1 $ 6,144.00
PARALLE TO & 80' W OF E LINE
CHANHASSEN, MN 55317 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
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PID PROPERTY OWNER PROPERTY ADDRESS LEGAL DESCRIPTION RESIDENTIAL UNIT
ASSESSMENT
LEE JANE M
SubdivisionName SCENIC HEIGHTS 2ND ADDN Lot 002
270310210 1701 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1701 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
Block 004 SubdivisionCd 27031
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
ROEPKE CAMERON B
SubdivisionName SCENIC HEIGHTS 2ND ADDN Lot 004
270310230 1721 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1721 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
Block 004 SubdivisionCd 27031
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
LARSEN DONALD L & ALICE D
SubdivisionName SCENIC HEIGHTS 2ND ADDN Lot 005
270310240 1731 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1731 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
Block 004 SubdivisionCd 27031
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
KELLY JAY T & JUDY C
SubdivisionName SCENIC HEIGHTS 2ND ADDN Lot 006
270310250 1749 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1749 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
Block 004 SubdivisionCd 27031
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
SALISBURY MARSHALL
SubdivisionName SCENIC HEIGHTS 2ND ADDN Lot 007
270310260 1751 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1751 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
Block 004 SubdivisionCd 27031
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
MAR-KEL II LLC
SubdivisionName HESSE'S 2ND ADDN Lot 001 Block 001
270350010 PO BOX 385525 1427 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
SubdivisionCd 27035
MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55438 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
WIGGINS GREGORY A & CAROLINE E
SubdivisionName HESSE'S 2ND ADDN Lot 002 Block 001
270350020 15860 MARKET AVE 1453 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
SubdivisionCd 27035
CARVER, MN 55315 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
JONES HARRY C & NANCY W
SubdivisionName HESSE'S 2ND ADDN Lot 003 Block 001
270350030 1491 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1491 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
SubdivisionCd 27035
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
BRUCE R AND LEANN C KUGATH REV
SubdivisionName SCENIC HEIGHTS 4TH ADDN Lot 001
270390010 1501 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1501 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
Block 001 SubdivisionCd 27039
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
EWERT DANIEL S SubdivisionName SCENIC HEIGHTS 4TH ADDN Lot 002
270390020 2465 CAMBRIDGE WAY 1511 SHAKOPEE AVE E Block 001 SubdivisionCd 27039 & P/O VAC RAMSEY ST 1 $ 6,144.00
LYING ADJ TO LOT
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
THOMPSON LEANN CHRISTINE
SubdivisionName SCENIC HEIGHTS 4TH ADDN Lot 003
270390030 1521 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1521 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
Block 001 SubdivisionCd 27039
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
HOEN ARLEN & BRENDA
SubdivisionName SCENIC HEIGHTS 4TH ADDN Lot 004
270390040 1531 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1531 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
Block 001 SubdivisionCd 27039
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
NELSON ALEXANDER
SubdivisionName SCENIC HEIGHTS 4TH ADDN Lot 001
270390050 1601 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1601 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
Block 002 SubdivisionCd 27039
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
COSTER RONALD P & MARY JO
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 001 Block 001 SubdivisionCd
270520010 2026 COLBURN DR 1812 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
27052
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
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ASSESSMENT
PENNINGTON KARI LYNN
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 003 Block 001 SubdivisionCd
270520030 1833 10 AVE E 1833 10 AVE E 0.5 $ 3,072.00
27052
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
ROGERS PHILLIP J
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 002 Block 003 SubdivisionCd
270520120 1836 10 AVE E 1836 10 AVE E 0.5 $ 3,072.00
27052
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
HINTZ TERRY R & MELISSA A
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 003 Block 003 SubdivisionCd
270520130 1004 MERRITT ST 1004 MERRITT ST 0.5 $ 3,072.00
27052
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
LAWRENCE ELSA
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 001 Block 004 SubdivisionCd
270520260 1928 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1928 SHAKOPEE AVE E 0.5 $ 3,072.00
27052
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
JACOBS TODD G & JULIE A SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 002 Block 004 SubdivisionCd
270520271 1940 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1940 SHAKOPEE AVE E 27052 EX SE OF LINE COM S COR LOT 2, NW 21.91', NE 1 $ 6,144.00
103.04' TO INT W /NE LINE LOT 2 & THERE TERMIN.
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
BUDDENSIEK GARY D & VIRGINIA
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 003 Block 004 SubdivisionCd
270520280 1952 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1952 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
27052 & P/O LOT 2 EX N 103.04'
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
KAROW DAVID R
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 004 Block 004 SubdivisionCd
270520290 1964 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1964 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
27052
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
WALLER GARY G & KATHLEEN E
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 005 Block 004 SubdivisionCd
270520300 1949 11 AVE E 1949 11 AVE E 0.5 $ 3,072.00
27052
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
LEMKE JAMES P & ANGELA J
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 001 Block 005 SubdivisionCd
270520370 1771 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1771 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
27052 & SW1/2 OF ADJ VACATED RR
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
WILKIE BRIDGET
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 002 Block 005 SubdivisionCd
270520380 1813 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1813 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
27052 & S1/2 OF ADJ VACATED RR
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
WELCH KEVIN C & CONNIE A
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 003 Block 005 SubdivisionCd
270520390 1825 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1825 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
27052 & SW1/2 ADJ VACATED RR
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
MEYER JACOB Z
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 004 Block 005 SubdivisionCd
270520400 1837 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1837 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
27052 & SW1/2 ADJ VACATED RR
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
TOUTGES ROBERTA
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 005 Block 005 SubdivisionCd
270520410 1849 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1849 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
27052 & SW1/2 ADJ VACATED RR
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
GULLEY BLANCHE E
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 006 Block 005 SubdivisionCd
270520420 1861 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1861 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
27052 & SW1/2 OF ADJ VACATED RR
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
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ZONDLO ROBERT A & PHYLLIS M
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 007 Block 005 SubdivisionCd
270520430 1873 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1873 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
27052 & SW1/2 ADJ VACATED RR
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
DUVERNAY PATRICK
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 008 Block 005 SubdivisionCd
270520440 1885 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1885 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
27052 & SW1/2 ADJ VAC. RR
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
GREENTREE DEVELOPMENT CORP
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 009 Block 005 SubdivisionCd
270520450 323 NAUMKEAG ST S 1891 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
27052 & SW1/2 ADJ VACATED RR
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
WROBLESKI DAVID J
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 010 Block 005 SubdivisionCd
270520460 1909 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1909 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
27052 & SW1/2 OF VACATED RR
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
HANEL MICHAEL & LINDA MARIE
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 011 Block 005 SubdivisionCd
270520470 1921 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1921 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
27052 & SW1/2 ADJ VACATED RR
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
LLOYD WILLIAM D & KAREN A
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 012 Block 005 SubdivisionCd
270520480 1939 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1939 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
27052 & SW1/2 ADJ VACATED RR
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
HENNING THOMAS V & ELAINE
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 013 Block 005 SubdivisionCd
270520490 1945 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1945 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
27052 & SW1/2 ADJ VACATED RR
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
ROLLINS STEVEN A
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 014 Block 005 SubdivisionCd
270520500 1957 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1957 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
27052 & SW1/2 ADJ VACATED RR
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
PHERSON JONATHON M
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 015 Block 005 SubdivisionCd
270520510 1969 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1969 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
27052 & SW1/2 VACATED ADJ RR
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
STARLING JOHN T
SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 016 Block 005 SubdivisionCd
270520520 1981 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1981 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
27052
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
NIELSEN THOMAS D SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 017 Block 005 SubdivisionCd
27052 LYING SE OF LINE COM 48.55' SE OF W COR, NE TO
270520530 1999 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1999 SHAKOPEE AVE E 0.5 $ 3,072.00
PT ON NE LINE 50.66' SE OF N COR & THERE
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379 TERMINATING.
KARR WILLIAM J & BARBARA A SubdivisionName JEJ ADDN Lot 017 Block 005 SubdivisionCd
27052 LYING NW OF LINE COM 48.55' E OF W COR, NE TO
270520531 1993 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1993 SHAKOPEE AVE E 0.5 $ 3,072.00
PT ON NE LINE 50.66' SE OF N COR & THERE
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379 TERMINATING.
DIANNE L LENZMEIER TRUST SubdivisionName SAMANTHA WOODS Lot O-L Block 00A
SubdivisionCd 27223 P/O LYING W OF LINE COM NW COR S
278010070 1761 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1761 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
62-36-08 E ALONG N LINE 39.39' TO POB, S 24-06-00 W
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379 34.14' TO S LINE & THERE TERM
WOLFE LOREN D & MARY E SubdivisionName SCENIC HEIGHTS 4TH ADDN Lot 002
Block 002 SubdivisionCd 27039 Block 002 Lot O-L
278010080 1611 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1611 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1 $ 6,144.00
SubdivisionCd 27027 SubdivisionName SCENIC HEIGHTS
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379 1ST ADDN
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ANDERSON RICHARD G & SHELLEY A SubdivisionName SCENIC HEIGHTS 2ND ADDN Lot 001
278010090 1621 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1621 SHAKOPEE AVE E Block 004 SubdivisionCd 27031 P/O LYING W OF LINE 1 $ 6,144.00
PARALLEL TO & 80' W OF E LINE 1-4
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
SIEBENALER THOMAS E & LINDA E SubdivisionName SCENIC HEIGHTS 4TH ADDN Lot O-L
278010150 1711 SHAKOPEE AVE E 1711 SHAKOPEE AVE E Block 00D SubdivisionCd 27039 SubdivisionName SCENIC 1 $ 6,144.00
HEIGHTS 2ND ADDN Lot 003 Block 004 SubdivisionCd 27031
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Section 07 Township 115 Range 022 4.05A IN NW COR N1/2
279070170 909 MARSCHALL RD S 909 MARSCHALL RD S 6 $ 36,864.00
NE1/4 LYING E OF CO RD 17 EX ST
SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 SHAKOPEE MN 55379
Consent Business 4. C. 2.

TO: Mayor and City Council


FROM: Bruce Loney, Public Works Director
DATE: 01/17/2017
SUBJECT: *Authorize WSB & Associates, Inc. Proposals for Plan Preparation for the Mill
Pond & Valley Park 11 th Addition Pond Outlets (E)

Action Sought
Authorize the appropriate city officials to execute extension agreements with WSB &
Associates, Inc. for plan preparation for the repair of Mill Pond and Valley Park 11 th Addition
outlets.

Background
In 2016, staff inspections did identified two major storm water outlets that have been damaged
due to heavy and sustained rains. These outlets are the Mill Pond outlet for the Upper Valley
Drainageway and the Valley Park 11th Addition outlet for a major portion of Valley Park
Industrial Park into the MnDOT linear pond.

Attached are two proposals for each project area in order to prepare plans for repair and
construction later this year. Considerable work in modeling the drainage flows require the use
of a consultant in performing this work.

Recommendation
Staff recommends approval of both extension agreements to repair these outlets.

Budget Impact
These projects affect the Surface Drainage fund. Staff does budget $150,000 annually for
storm water repair projects.

Relationship to Vision
This supports Goal E: Deliver effective and efficient public services by a staff of well-trained,
caring and professional employees.

Requested Action
Authorize the appropriate city officials to execute extension agreements with WSB &
Associates, Inc. for plan preparation for the repair of Mill Pond and Valley Park 11 th Addition
outlets.
Attachments
WSB Proposal-Mill Pond
Picture of Mill Pond
WSB Proposal-Valley Park 11th
Picture-Valley Park 11th
engineering planning environmental construction 701 Xenia Avenue South
Suite 300
Minneapolis, MN 55416
Tel: 763-541-4800
Fax: 763-541-1700

January 10, 2017

Mr. Bruce Loney


City of Shakopee
500 Gorman Street
Shakopee, MN 55379

Re: Mill Pond Improvements Project


Proposal to Prepare Construction Plans for Improvements

Dear Mr. Loney:

We appreciate the opportunity to assist you in identifying a solution to replace the failed
articulated block spillway for the Mill Pond adjacent to CSAH 101 and in Three Rivers Park.
We have done a site visit as well as completed survey of the damaged spillway. Outlined below
please find the work plan associated with completing the project.

Task 1 – Project Management.


This task consists of corresponding with city staff and coordinating and overseeing the design to
ensure the project meets quality, timing, and budget requirements. This task also includes a
meeting with Three Rivers Park staff if required.
Estimate 21 hours @ $163hr = $3,423

Task 2 – Review the Existing Storm Water Hydrologic Model for the Area.
This task consists of reviewing the existing Storm Water HydroCAD model for the Mill Pond
Subwatershed, as well as review of as-builts of the pond, outlet, and surrounding roadways. This
review may also include the following:

Review Parameters Used to Estimate Peak Discharges


This Task includes reviewing the general parameters used to establish the individual
subwatershed discharges and determine if the model needs to be adjusted to accommodate
changes in land use, etc. The current model uses TP-40 methodology, however, our design will
include modeling for Atlas 14 methodology or use of the approved JPA rate. This will need to be
determined at project kick-off.

Parameters reviewed typically include: acreage, land use, design rainfall event, impervious
surface coverage, anticipated discharge rates, anticipated runoff volumes, etc. This task will
include collection/ review of background data used for the design of the overflow spillway. Data
may include existing and future land use mapping, aerial photography, City parcel records, GIS
shapefiles, existing zoning and land use regulations, etc. A peak 100-YR discharge design rate
will be determined through this effort.
Estimate 20 hours @ $135/hr = $2,700

St. Cloud Minneapolis St. Paul


Equal Opportunity Employer
wsbeng.com

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Mr. Bruce Loney – Mill Pond Improvements Proposal
January 10, 2017
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Task 3 – Prepare up to 2 alternative designs for repair or replacement of the spillway


including plan to excavate accumulated sediment and restore pond volume to as-built
condition.
This Task will utilize the design peak discharge determined in Task 2 and provide up to 2
alternatives with cost estimates that will provide storm water conveyance up to the design event.
Maintenance, aesthetics, and functionality will be considered for each option prepared. Per your
request, one option will be similar to the Dean’s Lake Outlet Weir WSB previously designed.
Estimate 32-48 hours @ $135/hr = $4,320 -$6,480 (lower estimate if one option is pursued,
higher estimate if two options are to be provided).

Task 4 – Prepare construction plans and assist in bidding of project


Based on information collected as part of previous tasks, and upon approval to move forward
with a desired alternative identified by you, we will prepare construction documents to be used
for bidding. This will include structural plans signed by a structural engineer for the weir, if
required. We will also provide engineer’s estimates for the improvements and assist with the
bidding process.
Estimate 72 hours @ $135/hr = $9,720

Task 5 – Prepare permit applications to COE, DNR, and WCA


It has been our experience that maintenance projects on stormwater ponds require COE and
WCA approval (typically a fairly straight-forward process). The DNR will require a permit for
the outlet modifications.
Estimate 12 hours @ $100/hr = $1,200

Estimated Cost
Tasks 1 – 5 are proposed to be completed on an hourly basis for an estimated cost of $21,363 to
$23,523 (dependent on what is decided in Task 3 above). If the scope changes or additional
options beyond that outlined above are requested, the fee above would increase accordingly.

We recognize that there are efficiencies in plan production if this project can be incorporated
with the Valley Park 11th Pond Overflow Improvements plan set and bid as one project. If that is
desired, we will plan for that and reduce the above fee by 10% (-$2,136 to -$2,352).

The fees outlined above do not include additional pond survey that may be required or sediment
sampling or testing or permit fees. This can be coordinated for additional fee.

Please call me if you would like to discuss or need additional information.

Sincerely,

WSB & Associates, Inc.

Jeffry S. Sandberg, PE
Senior Project Manager

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Mr. Bruce Loney – Mill Pond Improvements Proposal
January 10, 2017
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ACCEPTED BY:

City of Shakopee

By:

Title: Public Works Director

Date:

By:

Title: City Administrator

Date:

By:

Title: Mayor

Date:

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engineering planning environmental construction 701 Xenia Avenue South
Suite 300
Minneapolis, MN 55416
Tel: 763-541-4800
Fax: 763-541-1700

January 10, 2017

Mr. Bruce Loney


City of Shakopee
500 Gorman Street
Shakopee, MN 55379

Re: Valley Park 11th Addition Pond Overflow


Proposal to Prepare Construction Plans for Repair of Outlet

Dear Mr. Loney:

We appreciate the opportunity to assist you in identifying a solution to repair the failed
articulated block spillway for the Valley Park 11th stormwater pond adjacent to TH 169. We
have done a site visit as well as completed survey of the damaged spillway. Outlined below
please find the work plan associated with completing the project.

Task 1 – Project Management.


This task consists of corresponding with city staff and coordinating and overseeing the design to
ensure the project meets quality, timing, and budget requirements.
Estimate 15 hours @ $163hr = $2,445

Task 2 – Review the Existing Storm Water Hydrologic Model for the Area.
This task consists of reviewing the existing Storm Water HydroCAD model for the MPH-9B
Subwatershed, as well as review of as-builts of the pond, outlet, and surrounding roadways. This
review may also include the following:

Review Parameters Used to Estimate Peak Discharges


This Task includes reviewing the general parameters used to establish the individual
subwatershed discharges and determine if the model needs to be adjusted to
accommodate changes in land use, etc. The current model uses TP-40 methodology,
however, our design will include Atlas 14 methodology.

Parameters reviewed typically include: acreage, land use, design rainfall event,
impervious surface coverage, anticipated discharge rates, anticipated runoff volumes, etc.
This task will include collection/ review of background data used for the design of the
weir/ overflow spillway. Data may include existing and future land use mapping, aerial
photography, City parcel records, GIS shapefiles, existing zoning and land use
regulations, etc. A peak 100-YR discharge design rate will be determined through this
effort.
Estimate 20 hours @ $135/hr = $2,700

St. Cloud Minneapolis St. Paul


Equal Opportunity Employer
wsbeng.com

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Mr. Bruce Loney
January 10, 2017
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Task 3 – Prepare up to 2 alternative designs for repair or replacement of the spillway


This Task will utilize the design peak discharge determined in Task 2 and provide up to 2
alternatives with cost estimates that will provide storm water conveyance up to the design event.
Maintenance, aesthetics, and functionality will be considered for each option prepared.
Estimate 24 hours @ $135/hr = $3,240

Task 4 – Prepare construction plans and assist in bidding of corrective work


Based on information collected as part of previous tasks, and upon approval to move forward
with desired alternatives identified by you, we will prepare construction documents to be used
for bidding. We will also provide engineer’s estimates for the improvements and assist with the
bidding process.
Estimate 48 hours @ $135/hr = $6,480

Estimated Cost
Tasks 1 – 4 are proposed to be completed on an hourly basis for an estimated cost of $14,865. If
the scope changes or additional options beyond that outlined above are requested, the fee above
would increase accordingly.

We recognize that there are efficiencies in plan production if this project can be incorporated into
the Mill Pond Improvements plan set and bid as one project. If that is desired, we will plan for
that and reduce the above fee by 10% (-$1,487).

Please call me if you would like to discuss or need additional information.

Sincerely,

WSB & Associates, Inc.

Jeffry S. Sandberg, PE
Senior Project Manager

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Mr. Bruce Loney
January 10, 2017
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ACCEPTED BY:

City of Shakopee

By:

Title: Public Works Director

Date:

By:

Title: City Administrator

Date:

By:

Title: Mayor

Date:

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Consent Business 4. C. 3.

TO: Mayor and City Council


FROM: Mike Hullander, Public Works Superintendent
DATE: 01/17/2017
SUBJECT: *Purchase Single Axle Plow Truck for the Street Division (E)

Action Sought
Authorize staff to purchase one new 2018 Mack Cab and Chassis from Nuss Truck and
Equipment for the price of $94,571.00. Also Box, Hoist, Plows, Controls and Accessories from
Towmaster Truck Equipment for the price of $115,362.00 minus trade of $25,000 for a total
price of $184,933.00. The funds to be expended from the Capital Equipment Internal Service
Fund.

Background
The 2017 Street Division Capital Equipment Budget identified a need to purchase one new
Single Axle Dump Truck with Plows. Staff has an estimate of $250,000.00 for this purchase in
the 2017 Capital Equipment Budget.

Staff is recommending to trade Unit #109 a 2001 Sterling Vin # 2FZAAWAK61AF83318 for a
trade-in value of $25,000.00.

Total cost of this purchase with trade is $184,933.00 with funds to come from the Capital
Equipment Internal Service Fund. Staff will be using attached State Contract Bid Pricing for
this purchase.

Recommendation
Staff recommends this purchase.

Budget Impact
Funding was included in the 2017 Capital Equipment Budget.

Relationship to Vision
E. Deliver effective and efficient public services by a staff of well-trained caring and
professional employees.

Requested Action
Authorize staff to purchase one new 2018 Mack Cab and Chassis from Nuss Truck and
Equipment for the price of $94,571.00. Also Box, Hoist, Plows, Controls and Accessories from
Towmaster Truck Equipment for the price of $115,362.00 minus trade of $25,000 for a total
price of $184,933.00. The funds to be expended from the Capital Equipment Internal Service
Fund.

Attachments
109 Replacement Quote
Consent Business 4. C. 4.

TO: Mayor and City Council


FROM: Mike Hullander, Public Works Superintendent
DATE: 01/17/2017
SUBJECT: *Purchase Single Axle Plow Truck with Hook System for the Park Division (E)

Action Sought
Authorize staff to purchase one new 2017 Mack Cab and Chassis from Nuss Truck and
Equipment for the price of $94,571.00. Also Box, Hoist, Plows, Controls, Accessories and
Hook System from Towmaster Truck Equipment for the price of $124,714.00 minus trade of
$25,000 for a total price of $194,285.00. The funds to be expended from the Capital
Equipment Internal Service Fund.

Background
The 2017 Park Division Capital Equipment Budget identified a need to purchase one new
Single Axle Dump Truck with Plows and Hook System. Staff has an estimate of $240,000.00
for this purchase in the 2017 Capital Equipment Budget. Staff will be utilizing, after
modification, our existing attachments and is looking into adding a 1000 gal. water tank
attachment.

Staff is recommending to trade Unit #111 a 2001 Sterling Actera Vin #


2FZAANAK62AJ73708 which is a hook truck for a trade-in value of $25,000.00.

Total cost of this purchase with trade is $194,285.00 with funds to come from the Capital
Equipment Internal Service Fund. Staff will be using attached State Contract Bid Pricing for
this purchase.

Recommendation
Staff recommends this purchase.
Budget Impact
Funding was included in the 2017 Capital Equipment Budget.

Relationship to Vision
E. Deliver effective and efficient public services by a staff of well-trained caring and
professional employees.

Requested Action
Authorize staff to purchase one new 2017 Mack Cab and Chassis from Nuss Truck and
Equipment for the price of $94,571.00. Also Box, Hoist, Plows, Controls, Accessories and
Hook System from Towmaster Truck Equipment for the price of $124,714.00 minus trade of
$25,000 for a total price of $194,285.00. The funds to be expended from the Capital
Equipment Internal Service Fund.

Attachments
111 replacement quote
Consent Business 4. C. 5.

TO: Mayor and City Council


FROM: Mike Hullander, Public Works Superintendent
DATE: 01/17/2017
SUBJECT: *Purchase One Administrative Vehicle for the Fire Department (A,E)

Action Sought
1. Move to authorize staff to purchase one (1) new Chevrolet Tahoe 4x4 vehicle from Ranger
Chevrolet for the price of $36,285.06, with the funding to come from the Capital Equipment
Internal Service Fund.

2. Move to declare unit #9503 a 2010 Ford Explorer as surplus property to be sold at auction.

Background
The 2017 Capital Equipment Budget identifies a request to replace one (1) administrative
vehicle for the Fire Department. Staff is requesting to replace unit # 9503 a 2010 Ford
Explorer. This vehicle will be replaced with one (1) new 2017 Chevrolet Tahoe 4x4 SUV.
Staff had estimated a budget allocation, including set-up, of $46,000.00.

Recommendation
Staff recommends approving this purchase.

Budget Impact
Funding to come from the Capital Equipment Internal Service Fund.

Relationship to Vision
A. Keep Shakopee a safe and healthy community where residents can pursue active and
quality lifestyles.
E. Deliver effective and efficient public services by a staff of well-trained caring and
professional employees.

Requested Action
1. Move to authorize staff to purchase one (1) new Chevrolet Tahoe 4x4 vehicle from Ranger
Chevrolet for the price of $36,285.06, with the funding to come from the Capital Equipment
Internal Service Fund.

2. Move to declare unit #9503 a 2010 Ford Explorer as surplus property to be sold at auction.
Attachments
9503 replacement quote
Consent Business 4. C. 6.

TO: Mayor and City Council


FROM: Mike Hullander, Public Works Superintendent
DATE: 01/17/2017
SUBJECT: Purchase of Two Rescue/Pumpers for Fire Department (A,E)

Action Sought
1. Move to authorize the purchase of two (2) Rescue/Pumpers from Rosenbauer Minnesota
LLC. for the price of $1,235,674.00. The funding to be expended from the Capital Equipment
Internal Service Fund.

2. Move to declare Unit #'s 9520 VIN # 4P1CT02S3WA000653 and 9524 VIN #
4PACT02S4WA000659 as surplus equipment so they may be put up for sale.

Background
Staff has included in the 2018 Capital Equipment Budget the need to replace Unit #'s 9520 and
9524 both are 1998 Pierce Quantum Pumpers. Fire Department staff is requesting to use
HGAC Co-Op pricing for the purchase of two (2) new Rosenbauer EXT Rescue Pumper Body
on a Commander 4000 Chassis for the price of $1,235,674.00. Staff estimated a budget of
$1,200,000.00 in the 2018 Capital Equipment Budget.

HGACBuy is a nationwide, government procurement service that can be used by local units of
government for equipment purchases. The City Attorney and Auditor have confirmed this
purchase comply's with competitive bidding guidelines.

Staff is requesting Council authorization at this time so the truck can be constructed with a
delivery date and payment to be made in 2018.

Recommendation
Staff recommends this purchase.
Budget Impact
Funding will be expended from the Capital Equipment Internal Service Fund.

Relationship to Vision
A. Keep Shakopee a safe and healthy community where residents can pursue active and
quality lifestyles.
E. Deliver effective and efficient public services by a staff of well-trained caring and
professional employees.

Requested Action
1. Move to authorize the purchase of two (2) Rescue/Pumpers from Rosenbauer Minnesota
LLC. for the price of $1,235,674.00. The funding to be expended from the Capital Equipment
Internal Service Fund.

2. Move to declare Unit #'s 9520 VIN # 4P1CT02S3WA000653 and 9524 VIN #
4PACT02S4WA000659 as surplus equipment so they may be put up for sale.

Attachments
9520 9524 replacement quote
Consent Business 4. D. 1.

TO: Mayor and City Council


FROM: Darin Nelson, Finance Director
DATE: 01/17/2017
SUBJECT: *City Bill List (F)

Action Sought
Attached is the most recent monthly Financial Report for the General fund. These reports
reflect the expenditures as recorded for 2016 & 2017 activity. The following transactions are
notable for this reporting cycle:

Draw 11 was requested by CPMI for various contractors working on the City Hall
project. Total amount requested, $395,111.07.
Rachel Contracting submitted voucher # 7 for Quarry Park Phase 1site development. The
project is estimated to be 98% complete as of November 30, 2016. $97,639.40.
Truck Utilities Inc delivered a new Kage 12’ Removable Box Snowplow System to
Public Works. The snowplow system was purchased using the MN contract #107188.
$15,200.00
Included in the check list are various refunds, returns, and pass through.

Action Requested
Move to approve the bills and electronic funds transfers in the amount $1,192,760.41 payroll
transfers in the amount of $652,698.89 for a total of $1,845,459.30.

Attachments
Bill List
2016 Monthly Financial Rpt
2017 Monthly Financial Rpt
Check Register
Check Summary
Funds transferred electronically December 21, 2016 to January 3, 2017

PAYROLL $ 285,985.77
FIT/FICA $ 91,083.89
STATE INCOME TAX $ 18,458.78
PERA $ 83,794.03
HEALTH CARE SAVINGS $ 21,677.14
HEALTH SAVINGS ACCT $ 125,652.45
NATIONWIDE DEF COMP $ 13,238.00
ICMA DEFERRED COMP $ 2,017.54
MSRS $ 2,880.74
FSA $ 7,766.32
MN WAGE LEVY $ 144.23
Total $ 652,698.89
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Consent Business 4. D. 2.

TO: Mayor and City Council


FROM: Lori Hensen, City Clerk
DATE: 01/17/2017
SUBJECT: *City Council Minutes (F)

Action Sought
Approve the City Council Minutes from November 1, 9, 15, and December 6, 2016.

Attachments
November 1, 2016
November 9, 2016
November 15, 2016
December 6, 2016
Consent Business 4. D. 3.

TO: Mayor and City Council


FROM: Andrew Hutson, IT Director
DATE: 01/17/2017
SUBJECT: *Contract Renewal - Marco Managed Voice System (F)

Action Sought
Approve the attached 3-year renewal agreement with Marco for the licensing and support of
our Mitel phone system.

Background
The City is responsible for the day-to-day configuration, maintenance, and support of the Mitel
phone system and is used by all City employees to conduct their daily business. The current 3
year maintenance contract expires on February 3rd, 2017 and needs to be renewed to keep
compliant with our software licensing. City IT staff has had a strong relationship with
Marco helping manage our phone system and supports continuing to purchase our license and
software assurance through them.

Recommendation
Approve the attached 3-year agreement with Marco for the Mitel Phone system licensing and
support.

Budget Impact
The total cost for the 3 year contract is $27,475 and is billed annually. The annual charge of
$9,158, set through the National Joint Powers Alliance(NJPA) agreement, has been budgeted
and is paid for from the IT Fund. IT paid $9,083/year for the last 3-year agreement.

Relationship to Vision
F. Housekeeping item.
Requested Action
Approve the attached 3-year renewal agreement with Marco for the licensing and support of
our Mitel phone system.

Attachments
Marco Contract
Marco Managed Voice for Mitel
Marco Managed Voice [MMV] Contract Information
Bill To Name City of Shakopee Contract Number Renewal of CN123260-01
Address 129 S. Holmes Street Contract Start Date February 4th, 2017
City, State, Zip Shakopee, MN 55379 Contract End Date February 3rd, 2020
Location City Hall & Police Department Billing Cycle Annual
Account ID CO111180 Salesperson Paul Hagen
Contact Name Rachel Romansky Renewals Rep/Invoice # Angela Anderson

Included in Contract
Please list ALL hardware and applications that are covered by this contract
Annual 3 Year
Qty Item # Description Serial # Price Total
1 3300 MXe2 with Embedded Voicemail $6,312.00 $17,042.00
1 MiVoice Business Software Assurance 65277786 $1,852.00 $5,561.00
1 MiCollab Software Assurance (MAS-NuPoint) 14493096 $2,028.00 $4,872.00

Exclusions from Contract


Please list ALL hardware and applications that are NOT covered by this contract

Qty Item # Description Serial # Price Each Total

Contract Notes
Please list ALL hardware, applications or other additions, changes or notables to this contract

THIS IS NOT AN INVOICE. Tax and/or shipping charges may be added, where applicable.
*All Marco Managed Voice contracts have a coverage term of 1 year, unless otherwise noted.

Total Amount Due $27,475.00

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Marco Managed Voice Terms and Conditions

Terms, Conditions, and Definitions

For service as specified below on the equipment listed above, the undersigned agrees to pay in advance the Total
Amount Due Marco, in accordance with the terms specified. Marco reserves the right to delay service if your regular
account is delinquent.
The undersigned represents that they are the Owner of the equipment or that they have the Owner’s authority to
enter into this Agreement.
This Agreement is subject to acceptance by Marco. It takes effect on the Contract Start Date, and can be renewed
at then prevailing rates, if accepted by the undersigned, unless either party provides written notice of its intent to
cancel 90 days prior to its Contract End Date. Any manufacturer Software Assurance (SWA) contract fees are non-
refundable. If this is a multi-year contract, early termination fees may be applicable.

Designation of Coverage

Contracted Coverage Period – The period of coverage the Customer is paying for support. The options
are 8:00 am -5:00 pm CT Monday through Friday, excluding Marco published holidays or an uplift to 24x7,
7 days a week. Customer’s selected option is indicated below. (Assumes M-F 8x5 unless Option B is
selected).
Standard Support Desk Hours -- 8:00 am – 5:00 pm CT Monday through Friday excluding Marco published
holidays. Manned 24x7 to report trouble. Email ITservice@marconet.com or call 800-847-3098 #2 for
support outside of regular business hours (8-5).
Remote Access* – Remote access is required for support. Additional charges may apply if remote access
is not available.
PPM – Principal Period of Maintenance (PPM) 8:00 am – 5:00 pm CT Monday – Friday, excluding Marco
published holidays.
PPU – Principal Period of Upgrades (PPU) 7:00 am – 7:00 pm CT Monday – Friday, excluding Marco
published holidays.
Emergency Two Hour Response - Marco provides an initial response to emergency trouble calls within 2
hours during the PPM. EMERGENCY is defined as a major service impacting event consisting of one or more
of the following:
1) No incoming or outgoing calls
2) 40% of all telephones inoperative
3) 20% of all outside lines inoperative
4) Attendant console is inoperative or mainline target inoperable
Standard Next Business Day Preferential Response – Marco responds the next business day to routine
trouble calls.
Labor and Travel for Emergency or Standard Trouble Calls—Labor and travel is included at no charge
during the PPM.

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Part Coverage and Service Labor Regarding Replacement Parts – Replacement of currently covered,
failed components will be shipped to the Customer. Replacement equipment and parts will be of equal
quality of the original parts.
* Customer must also have current Software Assurance (SWA) coverage in place through Mitel in
order for Marco to obtain manufacturer support assistance for escalated troubleshooting or to
upgrade software levels if needed to accommodate replacement hardware.
If the equipment, software, or licensing is not currently covered or not currently supported by the
manufacturer, services will not be covered under this Agreement. At this point, services may be provided
on a billable basis at Marco standard service rates in Marco’s discretion.
Assumes “in stock” status at the distributor/manufacturer. If not available, Marco may provide an
alternate solution as a temporary measure.
Remote Moves, Adds, and Changes (MAC) – Remote access is required for support. If Marco is requested
to go to the Customer site to perform MAC work, additional charges will apply at Marco standard service
rates. Net-new setup or installation of additional equipment is not considered MAC work and will be
billable at Marco standard service rates.
Software Updates – Updates to correct any software errors that prevent your system from performing to
published specifications are included during PPU. This assumes no hardware replacements or software
licensing is required. If applicable, Customer will be responsible for hardware and or licensing purchases
needed to support the software update.
Software Upgrades † – Upgrades to keep your system at a minimum load to reflect manufacturer support
requirements will be included in this Agreement, provided the Mitel operating system is able to be
upgraded via software and the Customer has a current Mitel Software Assurance (SWA) agreement in
place. Upgrades that are able to be performed during the PPU (7 am – 7 pm CT) will be covered under
this Agreement without additional labor charges. Upgrades that must be performed outside of the PPU
will be billable at Marco standard service rates. Customer will be responsible for hardware purchases
needed to support the upgrade. This Agreement does not include Microsoft Windows operating systems.
†Requires a minimum annual contract spend (Total Amount Due [annual term]) of $2,400.00 (not including SWA).
If Customer’s annual contract spend (not including SWA) is less than the minimum, labor to upgrade will be
billable at Marco standard service rates. Customer must be on a Mitel manufacturer supported version (N-1) to
qualify for Software Assurance and vendor support. Marco support will be at Marco’s discretion if Customer does
not remain on a manufacturer supported version.
N-1 means the current release of software or 1 version behind. Versions older than N-1 are supported at Marco’s
discretion only.
Handset Training – Access to Web based training via manufacturer site.

* All Marco Managed Voice contracts require remote access and full administrative rights. Onsite service will be
billable at Marco standard service rates for an issue that could be resolved remotely.

Not Covered

Overtime Labor – Unless option B is selected above, labor outside of the PPM will be billable at Marco
standard service rates.
MAC On-Site Labor—If on-site labor is required or specifically requested by Customer for Moves, Adds or
Changes, services will be billed at Marco standard service rates.
Equipment and Labor Costs for Hardware Upgrades
Facility Changes - Any adjustments to the system necessitated by building or furniture changes.
Acts of God or Abuse - Repairs necessitated by Acts of God such as lightning, water damage, fire, any
other cause beyond Marco’s reasonable control, Customer misuse, and any other damage caused by
other than normal use.
Virus or SPAM—Any Virus or SPAM attack damage is not included in this Agreement.
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Licensing or Patching of Operating System/Protection Software—The Customer is responsible for
keeping any PC/Server operating system licenses or patches current, as well as any protective Antivirus,
Antimalware or Anti-Spam software current.
UPS—Customer UPS may be tested for functionality, however it is the responsibility of the Customer to
repair or replace batteries or UPS as required.
Telco – Local and long distance line problems will be identified to the source. Carrier resolution will be
the Customer or Customer’s agent responsibility. Billable charges may incur if the Carrier is found to be
responsible for the outage, quality issues, or any other incident.
QoS – Configuration, troubleshooting or assurance of QoS on Customer or vendor owned network
equipment is not included in this Agreement.
Wireless – Wireless handsets & wireless infrastructure (access points, controllers, etc.) are not included in
this Agreement.
Misc – Analog phones, Analog cordless phones, Non-manufacture headsets, Amplified handsets, Paging
software or hardware, Card Access equipment, or expendable items such as Batteries, Line & Handset
cords are not covered under this Agreement.
Servers and Infrastructure Networking Equipment, Switches, Routers and Other Devices - that share or
have voice services are not included in this Agreement.
End User/Client Applications- are not included in this Agreement.
Fax Software and/or Hardware – is not included in this Agreement.
Paging Software and/or Hardware – is not included in this Agreement.
Alarm Notifications – are not included in this Agreement. However, if alarm notifications are configured
and identified by Customer, Customer may contact Marco for review and remediation under this
Agreement.
Security Vulnerabilities – Marco is not responsible for issues arising from known or unknown security
vulnerabilities on Customer’s voice system, or network systems integrated with the voice system. This
includes telephone system fraud or toll fraud, which is the unauthorized use of your phone lines to make
long distance calls that are charged to you. Toll fraud is an illegal activity similar to computer hacking and
is an industry-wide concern. You are responsible for taking action to prevent toll fraud.
Backups – Marco is not responsible for managing scheduled backups of Customer’s voice system(s)
covered under this Agreement.

* All Marco Managed Voice contracts require remote access and full administrative rights. Onsite service will be
billable at Marco standard service rates for an issue that could be resolved remotely.

Coverage Election

Standard Coverage – Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm CT [MSVOICE8X5]


Standard Coverage, No Upgrade – Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm CT [MSVOICE8X5NOUPG]
B. 24x7x365 —Labor and travel is included at no additional charge if purchased for 24 x 7 x 365 for
Emergency or Standard trouble calls. [MSVOICE24X7]
Addendum to Marco Managed Voice – must attach documentation of any additions or deviations from
standard contract language. Must include authorization by Marco Sales/Service leadership.

Marco Managed Voice [MMV] for Mitel Authorized Signatures


Customer
Accepted By
Date
Marco Representative
Date

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Customer Initials _______
Consent Business 4. D. 4.

TO: Mayor and City Council


FROM: Lori Hensen, City Clerk
DATE: 01/17/2017
SUBJECT: *Premises Permit for the Shakopee Lion's Club, Res. No. 7827 (F)

Action Sought
Approve Resolution 7827,a resolution of the City of Shakopee approving a premises permit for
Shakopee Lions Club located at O'Briens Public House 338 First Avenue East.

Background
The Shakopee Lions Club is applying for a premises permit for gambling activities at the
O'Briens Public House located at 338 First Avenue East. The permit will ultimately be issued
by the State Gambling Control Board. When application is made, the Board requires that the
local unit of government pass a resolution specifically approving or denying the application.

Relationship to Vision
Goal F: Housekeeping

Requested Action
Approve Resolution 7827, a resolution of the City of Shakopee approving the premises permit
for Shakopee Lions Club located at the O'Briens Public House, 338 First Avenue East.

Attachments
Resolution 7827
RESOLUTION 7827

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SHAKOPEE, MINNESOTA


APPROVING PREMISESPERMIT FOR SHAKOPEELIONS CLUB

WHEREAS, the 1990 legislature adopted a law which requires municipal approval in order for
the Gambling Control Board to issue or renew premises permits; and

WHEREAS, the Shakopee Lions Club is seeking a Premises Permit for the site at the O’Briens
Public House, 338 First Avenue East, Shakopee, Minnesota.

NOW, THEREFORE, BEIT RESOLVED BY THECITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SHAKOPEE,


MINNESOTA ASFOLLOWS:

That the Premises Permit for the Shakopee Lions Club at O’Briens Public House, 338 First Avenue
East, Shakopee, Minnesota, be approved.

Adopted in adjourned regular session of the City Council of the City of Shakopee, Minnesota,
held this 17th day of January, 2017.

______________________________________
Mayor of the City of Shakopee

ATTEST:

__________________________________
City Clerk
Consent Business 4. D. 5.

TO: Mayor and City Council


FROM: Lori Hensen, City Clerk
DATE: 01/17/2017
SUBJECT: *On Sale Liquor and Sunday On Sale License for Marcus Cinemas of Minnesota
and Illinois, Inc dba Marcus Southbridge Crossing Cinema (F)

Action Sought
The Council is asked to consider an application from Marcus Cinemas of Minnesota and
Illinois, Inc. for an on-sale and Sunday on-sale liquor license.

Background
Marcus Cinemas is opening a new movie theater located at 8380 Hansen Avenue and has
applied for an on-sale and Sunday on-sale liquor license. The application and required
evidence of insurance are in order. The Police Department has conducted the customary
background investigation and has advised that it identified nothing that would prohibit the
issuance of the licenses. Inspections by the Building Department and Fire Department are still
needed and will be completed before issuance of the licenses.

Relationship to Vision
Goal F: Housekeeping

Requested Action
The Council is asked to approve the on-sale and Sunday on-sale liquor licenses for Marcus
Cinemas of Minnesota and Illinois, Inc. on condition that final inspections are performed and
passed.
Consent Business 4. D. 6.

TO: Mayor and City Council


FROM: Nate Burkett, Assistant City Administrator
DATE: 01/17/2017
SUBJECT: *Approve Advertisement and Receiving Bids, Low Voltage Systems, New City
Hall Project, Res. No. 7792 (F)

Action Sought
Adopt Resolution No. 7792, Approving Plans and Specifications and Ordering Advertisement
for bids for Low Voltage contracts for the new Shakopee City Hall building, Project Fund 4074.

Background
On 4/5/16 the City Council approved Plans, Specifications and Ordered Advertisement for bids
for the new Shakopee City Hall. That bid advertisement package did not include plans and
specifications for low voltage cabling and installation. The low voltage contract was not let for
bid because there was still planning necessary to identify the location and needs related to low
voltage. The low voltage contract includes cabling and installation work for technology and
communications. The standard electrical (high voltage) contract has already been let and
awarded by the City Council.

Budget
The cost of the low voltage contract is included in the 2017 CIP, and will be funded by the
Building Internal Service Fund through a transfer to the Shakopee City Hall Project Fund
4074. Total cost of the contract is not expected to exceed $51,000.

Attachments
Res. No. 7792
Low Voltage Plans
Low Voltage Specifications
RESOLUTION NO. 7792

A Resolution Approving Plans and Specifications


And Ordering Advertisements for Bids for the
Shakopee City Hall Project, Low Voltage Systems,
Project Fund No. 4074

WHEREAS, The City of Shakopee has hired BKV Group, Inc. to prepare plans and specifications for the
construction of a new city hall, and any appurtenant work.

WHEREAS, The City of Shakopee has hired CPMI, Inc. to serve as the Construction Manager for the
preconstruction, bidding, and construction phase of the project.

WHEREAS, BKV Group and CPMI have prepared plans and specifications for the city hall project, low
voltage cabling and installation, and has presented such plans and specifications to the Council for
approval.

NOW, THEREFORE, BIT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF


SHAKOPEE, MINNESOTA:

1. Such plans and specifications, a copy of which is on file and of record in the Office of the City
Administrator, are hereby approved.

2. CPMI shall prepare and cause to be inserted in the official paper and online advertisement for
bids in accordance with the approved plans and specifications. The Advertisement for Bids shall
be published as required by law.

Adopted in ____________ session of the City Council of the City of Shakopee, Minnesota,
held this ______ day of _______, 2017.

_______________________________________
Mayor of the City of Shakopee

ATTEST:

____________________________________
City Clerk
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MANUAL
MAXIMUM
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MINIMUM CIRCUIT AMPACITY
MAIN CIRCUIT BREAKER
MAXIMUM OVERCURRENT PROTECTION
MECHANICAL
MINIMUM
REFERENCE SYMBOLS
REFERENCE SYMBOLS INDICATE THAT ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION CONCERNING THE PART OF THE WORK
REFERENCED MAY BE FOUND AT THE LOCATION
INDICATED BY THE SYMBOL AND AS DESCRIBED BELOW.

DETAIL CALLOUT:
General
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3
ELECTRICAL GENERAL NOTES

IN MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT ROOMS, CONDUIT FOR LIGHTING


FIXTURES MAY BE RUN EXPOSED.
REFER TO ARCHITECTURAL ELEVATIONS AND REFLECTED CEILING
PLAN FOR EXACT LOCATION OF LIGHTING FIXTURES AND DEVICES.
INTERRUPTING RATINGS NOTED IN SCHEDULES SHALL APPLY TO
General
45 PULLBOXES, CABINETS, ETC. MOUNTED ON THE EXTERIOR AT
GRADE LEVEL, SHALL BE WEATHERPROOF TYPE WITH HINGED
LOCKABLE COVERS SECURED WITH TAMPERPROOF SCREWS.
46 ALL WEATHERPROOF DEVICES AND COVERPLATES SHALL BE U.L.
LISTED "WEATHERPROOF WHILE IN USE". "WEATHERPROOF"
COVERS ARE ACCEPTABLE, PER NEC, ONLY WHERE DEVICES ARE
SYMBOL
LIGHTING
DESCRIPTION

RECESSED LUMINAIRE / INDIRECT

RECESSED DOWNLIGHT
MTG HGT

RECESSED

-
SYMBOL
ELECTRICAL SYMBOLS
POWER
DESCRIPTION
RECEPTACLE NOTATIONS
IG = ISOLATED GROUND
GFI = GROUND FAULT
INTERRUPTER
TR = TAMPER RESISTANT
MTG HGT SYMBOL
SIGNAL
DESCRIPTION

VOICE OUTLET / AC

DATA OUTLET / AC
MTG HGT

18" / 46"

18" / 46"
SHEET
NUMBER
ELECTRICAL
E000
E010
E101
ELECTRICAL SHEET INDEX

SHEET NAME

ELECTRICAL COVERSHEET
SITE PLAN
LEVEL 1 ELECTRICAL POWER PLAN
B KV
G R O U P
Architecture
ENTIRE PANELBOARD AND/OR SWITCHBOARD. ALL EQUIPMENT VOICE / DATA OUTLET / AC 18" / 46"
ARCH ARCHITECT/ARCHITECTURAL MFR MANUFACTURER INDICATES DETAIL ATTENDED WHILE IN USE OR WHEN INSTALLED IN DAMP LOCATIONS. RECESSED WALL WASH WP = WEATHERPROOF E102 LEVEL 2 ELECTRICAL POWER PLAN
AT AMPERE TRIP MH MAN HOLE ? CALLOUT NUMBER
COMPRISING PANELS AND/OR SWITCHBOARDS SHALL BE FULLY
RATED FOR SHORT CIRCUIT CURRENT NOTED. ALL WHILE IN USE COVERS SHALL BE CAST ALUMINUM AND (ARROW INDICATES DIRECTION)
-
(BLANK) = STANDARD RECEPTACLE TV TV / DATA OUTLET 18" E103 ELECTRICAL ROOF POWER PLAN Interior Design
ATS AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCH MLO MAIN LUGS ONLY ? LOCKABLE. THE J-BOX FOR THE RECEPTACLE SHALL BE RECESSED
AUTO
AUX. CON.
AUTOMATIC
AUXILIARY CONTACTS
MSB
MSS
MAIN SWITCHBOARD
MOTOR CONTROLLER INDICATES SHEET WHERE
4 LETTER THUS: “A” - INDICATES TYPE OF LIGHTING FIXTURES. REFER
TO LIGHTING FIXTURE TYPES AS NOTED ON THE LIGHTING FIXTURE
WHERE POSSIBLE. ALL GARAGE GENERAL PURPOSE RECEPTACLES SURFACE LUMINAIRE / INDIRECT
SURFACE /
COVE
SINGLE-POLE RECEPTACLE - WALL MOUNT 18"
TV TV / VOICE OUTLET 18"
E201
E202
LEVEL 1 ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS PLAN
LEVEL 2 ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS PLAN
Landscape Architecture
SHALL HAVE A LOCKABLE, WHILE IN USE COVER.
ASD ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES MT
MTD
EMPTY
MOUNTED
DETAIL CALLOUT IS DRAWN
5
SCHEDULE.
INSTALL 4-3/4” EMPTY CONDUITS FROM EVERY FLUSH MOUNTED 47 PROVIDE CONNECTION FROM FIRE/SMOKE DAMPERS TO FIRE SURFACE DOWNLIGHT -
DUPLEX RECEPTACLE - WALL MOUNT 18" E301 LEVEL 1 ELECTRICAL LIGHTING PLAN Engineering
AC ABOVE COUNTER DUPLEX RECEPTABLE - ABOVE TV TV / VOICE / DATA 18" E302 LEVEL 2 ELECTRICAL LIGHTING PLAN
MTS MANUAL TRANSFER SWITCH PANELBOARD CABINET AND TERMINATE ABOVE SUSPENDED ALARM CONTROL PANEL. PROVIDE 120V POWER TO EACH F/S
DAMPER. CLOSE F/S DAMPERS AND SHUT DOWN RELATED SUPPLY WALL MOUNT COUNTER E401 ELECTRICAL ONE-LINE / RISER DIAGRAMS
MW MICROWAVE DETAIL: CEILING AREA FOR FUTURE USE. SURFACE WALL WASH
Boarman
AND RETURN FANS ON SMOKE DETECTION. CAUSE GENERAL FIRE - INTERCOM OUTLET 46" E501 ELECTRICAL SCHEDULES
6 PROVIDE ENGRAVED NAMEPLATES ON SWITCHBOARDS, (ARROW INDICATES DIRECTION) SWITCH DUPLEX 18"
ALARM. a E551 ELECTRICAL PANEL SCHEDULES
? RECEPTACLE - WALL MOUNT
Kroos
PANELBOARDS, DISCONNECT SWITCHES, MOTOR CONTROL T WALL TELEPHONE OUTLET 46"
? CENTERS, TRANSFORMERS, ETC., INDICATING EQUIPMENT 48 PROVIDE A JUNCTION BOX(ES) FOR POWER TO MOTOR DAMPERS WALL LUMINAIRE WALL E601 ELECTRICAL DETAILS
QUAD RECEPTACLE - WALL MOUNT 18"
B N
AND VAV BOXES AS REQUIRED. TRANSFORMERS AND LOW
Vogel
DESIGNATION (OR DESIGNATION OF EQUIPMENT SERVED) AND TV TV OUTLET **
INDICATES AREA OF DETAIL VOLTAGE WIRING BY MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR. PROVIDE SPECIAL PURPOSE 18"
VOLTAGE. RECESSED WALL LUMINAIRE -
CUT PARALLEL TO VIEW DEDICATED 120V CIRCUIT(S). COORDINATE LOCATIONS WITH RECEPTACLE - WALL MOUNT
BFC
BFG
BELOW FINISHED CEILING
BELOW FINISHED GRADE
N.C.
NEC
NORMALLY CLOSED
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
7 ANY ELECTRICAL BOX THAT BECOMES ABANDONED DURING THE
COURSE OF THE PROJECT SHALL HAVE A BLANK COVERPLATE.
MECHANICAL AND TEMPERATURE CONTROLS CONTRACTOR. GYP
BOARD CEILING AREA JUNCTION BOXES TO BE LOCATED AT SURFACE / GROUND RECEPTACLE - WALL MOUNT 18"
TV TV OUTLET CEILING CLG
Group
SURFACE WALL LUMINAIRE
NF
NL
NON FUSED
NIGHT LIGHT
8 ADJUST MOUNTING HEIGHTS OF ALL OUTLETS IF REQUIRED SO AS
NOT TO INTERFERE WITH RADIATION. VERIFY CHANGES WITH
ARCHITECTURAL ACCESS PANELS, ABOVE CEILING. SUSPEND
SINGLE-POLE RECEPTACLE - CEILING CLG
VOICE FLOOR BOX OUTLET FLR
Inc.
49 ELECTRICAL BOXES ON THE OPPOSITE SIDES OF THE WALL SHOULD MOUNT DATA FLOOR BOX OUTLET FLR
N.O. NORMALLY OPEN ENGINEER. INDUSTRIAL STRIP LUMINAIRE -
BE IN SEPARATE STUD CAVITIES, SPACED AT LEAST ONE STUD
9 VERIFY LOCATION OF ALL FLOOR OUTLETS WITH ARCHITECT PRIOR SPACING APART, AND SEALED WITH ACOUSTICAL CAULK. IN DUPLEX RECEPTACLE - CEILING MOUNT CLG
TO ROUGH-IN. UNIT-TO-UNIT WALLS, THE BOXES SHOULD BE COVERED WITH DECORATIVE PENDANT - QUAD RECEPTACLE - CEILING MOUNT CLG
VOICE / DATA FLOOR BOX OUTLET FLR
222 North Second Street
PX
O
10 DATA TELEPHONE AND TELEVISION CONDUIT SHALL BE MINIMUM 3/4 MOLDABLE PUTTY PADS, SUCH AS SHOULD BE SEALED WITH AN CEILING MOUNTED DATA, VOICE AND VOICE CLG
Minneapolis, MN 55401
C
DETAIL PLAN OR ELEVATION:
INCH UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED ON DRAWINGS. ACOUSTICAL CAULK. SEE SOUND CONTROL AT UNIT SEPARATION TRACK LIGHTING SPECIAL RECEPTACLE - CEILING MOUNT CLG / DATA OUTLET
WALLS DETAIL FOR MORE INFORMATION.
C CONDUIT OC ON CENTER ?
11 MOUNT MANUAL FIRE ALARM STATIONS AT 42” ON THE HORIZONTAL
CENTER LINE OF THE ADJACENT SWITCH. 50 HEAT TRACE TO BE PROVIDED BY MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR AT
*INDICATES NUMBER OF HEADS,
REFER TO LUMINAIRE SCHEDULE. SURFACE /
FLOOR BOX / POKE-THROUGH - REFER FLR S SPEAKER CLG Telephone: 612.339.3752
INDICATES AREA OF TO FLOOR BLOX AND POKE-THROUGH
CAB
CB
CABINET
CIRCUIT BREAKER
OPER OPERATE(D) ?
ENLARGED PLAN OR 12 WHERE OTHER ELECTRICAL DEVICES ARE LOCATED ADJACENT TO
LIGHT SWITCHES, MOUNT ALL DEVICES AT THE SAME CENTER LINE
ALL EXPOSED PIPING ON BASEMENT LEVEL THROUGH SECOND
FLOOR. COORDINATE WITH MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR ON EXACT
*OUTLET BOXES SHALL BE WITH, OR
ADJACENT TO, ALL FIXTURES WHERE
SUSPEND /
WALL
SCHEDULE
S WALL SPEAKER 96" OR 8"
Facsimilie: 612.339.6212
ENLARGED ELEVATION
CCT,CKT
CLG
CIRCUIT
CEILING
ELEVATION. LOCATIONS AND LENGTHS.PROVIDE 120V CONNECTION FROM
NEAREST NORMAL POWER PANEL.
REQUIRED BY CODE OR NEC. FOR
APPROVED WIRING METHODS.
DUPLEX RECEPTACLE - FLOOR MOUNT FLR BFC
w w w. b k v g r o u p. c o m
13 DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS. VERIFY DIMENSIONS IN FIELD PRIOR TO QUAD RECEPTACLE - FLOOR MOUNT FLR C CLOCK 96" OR 8"
CMT
COMB
CONDUIT EMPTY
COMBINATION
COMMENCEMENT OF WORK. 51 PROVIDE A RECESSED RECEPTACLE AND TV OUTLET FOR ALL WALL
MOUNTED TV'S.
UNDER CABINET LUMINAIRE UNDER
CABINET SPECIAL RECEPTACLE - FLOOR MOUNT FLR
BFC EOE
CONN CONNECT(ION)(OR) 14 FINAL CONNECTIONS TO EQUIPMENT SHALL BE PER
52 PROVIDE A CONNECTION TO THE FIRE ALARM SYSTEM FOR ALL C TIME CLOCK **
CONTR CONTRACTOR MANUFACTURER'S APPROVED WIRING DIAGRAMS, DETAILS, AND EXTERIOR POLE LUMINAIRE POLE T
MAGNETIC DOOR HOLD OPENS. DOOR HOLDS SHALL RELEASE EMERGENCY DUPLEX RECEPTACLE - CLG
COORD COORDINATE INSTRUCTIONS. IT SHALL BE THE CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY
UPON FIRE ALARM. CEILING MOUNT
CORR CORRIDOR TO PROVIDE MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT COMPATIBLE WITH HID WALL WALL B BELL **
CT CURRENT TRANSFORMER EQUIPMENT ACTUALLY SUPPLIED. EMERGENCY DUPLEX RECEPTACLE - 18"
15 PROVIDE WITH SHOP DRAWINGS SUBMITTAL, 1/4” SCALE LAYOUT BOLLARD GRADE WALL MOUNT B BUZZER **

D P DETAIL CALLOUT:
INDICATES DETAIL NUMBER
DRAWINGS OF ROOMS WITH ELECTRICAL SWITCHGEAR AND
TRANSFORMERS. LAYOUTS SHALL SHOW LOCATIONS OF AND SHALL
BE COORDINATED WITH MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT AND EQUIPMENT
POST TOP POLE
EMERGENCY 4-PLEX RECEPTACLE -
WALL MOUNT
18" CH CHIME **
CONSULTANTS
DBLS DOUBLE LUGS PH PHASE 1 DUPLEX RECEPTACLE - UNDERCABINET ** CHIME LIGHT CEILING CLG
SHALL BE DRAWN TO SCALE.
DC DIRECT CURRENT P POLE 3 BLADE FAN CEILING
DET DETAIL PB PUSH BUTTON A101 16 ALL EMPTY RACEWAY SYSTEMS SHALL HAVE A PULLWIRE OR QUAD RECEPTACLE - UNDERCABINET ** CH CHIME LIGHT WALL **
DGP DATA GATHERING PANEL PF POWER FACTOR INDICATES SHEET WHERE EQUAL AND SHALL BE INDENTIFIED AT ALL JUNCTION, PULL, AND
DIST DISTRIBUTION PH PHASE DETAIL IS DRAWN TERMINATION POINTS, USING PERMANENT METALLIC TAGS. TAG SPECIAL PURPOSE RECEPTACLE - ** CABLE TRAY **
4 BLADE FAN CEILING
DIV DIVISION PL PILOT LIGHT SHALL INDICATE INTENDED USE OF CONDUIT, ORIGINATION AND Lighting UNDERCABINET
DM DOOR MONITOR PNL PANEL TERMINATION POINTS OF EACH INDIVIDUAL CONDUIT. V VOLUME CONTROL **
INDICATES AREA OF DETAIL SWITCHED RECEPTACLE - **
DN DOWN PT POTENTIAL TRANSFORMER 17 IT IS THE INTENT OF THESE DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS TO UNDERCABINET
CUT PERPENDICULAR TO VIEW
DW DISHWASHER PTR PRINTER ESTABLISH A STANDARD OF QUALITY. THE ENGINEER RESERVES 1 FIXTURES INDICATED AS BEING ON EMERGENCY OR NIGHT 5 BLADE FAN CEILING FIRE ALARM
DWG DRAWING PUB PULL BOX THE RIGHT TO APPROVE METHODS AND MATERIALS NOT LIGHT CIRCUITS SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH SELF-CONTAINED DUPLEX DATA RECEPTACLE - **
PVC POLYVINYL CHLORIDE REFLECTED HEREIN. BATTERY POWERED INVERTER UNIT FOR DIRECT MOUNTING IN UNDERCABINET F FIRE ALARM PULL STATION 60"
PWR POWER
BUILDING SECTION:
INDICATES BUILDING 18 EXAMINATION OF BIDDING DOCUMENTS. FIXTURE. PROVIDE UNIT WITH FULLY AUTOMATIC TWO RATE EGRESS LIGHTING J JUNCTION BOX - UNDERCABINET **
CHARGER, NICKEL CADMIUM BATTERY, AC “ON” PILOT LIGHT, F FIRE ALARM AUDIO DEVICE 86"
SECTION NUMBER 19 EACH BIDDER SHALL EXAMINE THE BIDDING DOCUMENTS SYMBOL DESCRIPTION MTG HGT
CAREFULLY AND, NOT LATER THAN SEVEN DAYS PRIOR TO THE AND TEST SWITCH. DESIGN AND WIRE UNIT TO AUTOMATICALLY J JUNCTION BOX - WALL MOUNT 18"
1
R
TRANSFER TO BATTERY SUPPLY UPON LOSS OF NORMAL AC F FIRE ALARM VISUAL DEVICE 86"
E A101
INDICATES SHEET WHERE
DATE OF RECEIPT OF BIDS, SHALL MAKE WRITTEN REQUEST TO THE
ARCHITECT FOR INTERPRETATION OR CORRECTION OF ANY
DISCREPANCIES, AMBIGUITY, INCONSISTENCY, OR ERROR THEREIN
POWER AND TO OPERATE LINEAR FLUORESCENT LAMP WITH
MINIMUM OUTPUT OF 1000 LUMENS FOR MINIMUM 1-1/2 HOURS. TWO-LAMP BATTERY PACK WALL
J JUNCTION BOX - CEILING MOUNT
BRANCH CIRCUIT PANELBOARD -
CLG
46" F FIRE ALARM VISUAL DEVICE CLG
EA EACH REC RECEPTACLE WHICH HE MAY DISCOVER. ANY INTERPRETATION OR CORRECTION 2 RECESSED LIGHT FIXTURES INSTALLED IN GYP BOARD OR FLUSH MOUNT
BUILDING SECTION IS DRAWN
ELEC ELECTRICAL REF REFRIGERATOR WILL BE ISSUED AS AN ADDENDUM BY THE ARCHITECT. ONLY A PLASTER CEILINGS SHALL HAVE PLASTER FRAMES INSTALLED (46" TO THE HIGHEST BREAKER) F FIRE ALARM AUDIO / VISUAL DEVICE 86"
EM EMERGENCY RM ROOM TWO-LAMP REMOTE HEAD WALL
WRITTEN INTERPRETATION OR CORRECTION BY ADDENDUM SHALL PRIOR TO CEILING MATERIAL.
EO ELECTRICAL OUTLET REQD REQUIRED BRANCH CIRCUIT PANELBOARD - 46" F FIRE ALARM AUDIO / VISUAL DEVICE CLG
BE BINDING. NO BIDDER SHALL RELY UPON INTERPRETATIONS OR 3 RECESSED FIXTURES INSTALLED INDOORS SHALL BE
EPO EMERGENCY POWER OFF R REMOVE WALL SECTION: WALL MOUNT
CORRECTIONS GIVEN BY ANY OTHER METHOD. IF DISCREPANCIES, THERMALLY PROTECTED. SINGLE-FACE, WALL EXIT SIGN WITH WALL
EQ EQUAL RL REMOVE AND RELOCATE (46" TO THE HIGHEST BREAKER)
AMBIGUITY, INCONSISTENCY, OR ERROR ARE NOT COVERED BY ARROW S FIRE ALARM SPEAKER DEVICE 86" PROJECT TITLE
EQUIP EQUIPMENT RNG RANGE INDICATES WALL 4 VERIFY TYPE OF CEILING CONSTRUCTION FOR PROPER SPC
ADDENDUM OR WRITTEN DIRECTIVE CONTRACTOR SHALL INCLUDE SPARE FUSE CABINET
EXIST EXISTING SECTION NUMBER MOUNTING OF ALL RECESSED LIGHT FIXTURES. INSTALLATION
IN HIS BID, LABOR, MATERIALS, AND METHODS OF CONSTRUCTION SINGLE-FACE, CEILING EXIT SIGN CEILING S FIRE ALARM SPEAKER / VISUAL DEVICE 86"
EP EXPLOSION PROOF 1 OF LIGHT FIXTURES SHALL COMPLY WITH ALL INTERNATIONAL
EWC ELECTRIC WATER COOLER A101
INDICATES SHEET WHERE
RESULTING IN HIGHER COST. AFTER AWARD OF CONTRACT, NO
ALLOWANCE OR EXTRA COMPENSATION WILL BE MADE IN BEHALF
OF THE CONTRACTOR DUE TO HIS FAILURE TO MAKE THE WRITTEN 5
BUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS.
ALL LIGHTING FIXTURES LOCATED SO AS TO DISRUPT A FIRE
WITH ARROW POWER DISTRIBUTION PANELBOARD OR
SWITCHBOARD S SMOKE DETECTOR - CEILING MOUNT CLG SHAKOPEE CITY
F
DOUBLE-FACE, WALL EXIT SIGN WALL
S WALL SECTION IS DRAWN REQUESTS AS DESCRIBED ABOVE.
20 THE PERSON SUBMITTING THE REQUEST WILL BE RESPONSIBLE
RATED CEILING ARE TO BE ENCLOSED OR SURROUNDED IN A
FIRE PROTECTION MATERIAL AND FIBER BOARD. PROTECTION
WITH ARROW
T
MSS
TRANSFORMER

MOTOR STARTER SWITCH


60" H HEAT DETECTOR - CEILING MOUNT CLG
HALL
F FUSED SHT SHEET MATERIAL IS TO BE INSTALLED AS PER THE FIRE RESISTANCE CC CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR CLG
EXTERIOR ELEVATION: FOR ITS PROMPT DELIVERY. FAILURE TO SO REQUEST INDEX. VERIFY WITH ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS THE HOUR DOUBLE-FACE, CEILING EXIT SIGN CEILING
FA FIRE ALARM SPC SPACE DISCOUNT SWITCH
CLARIFICATION OF ANY INADEQUACY, OMISSION, OR CONFLICT WILL RATINGS AND TYPE OF CEILINGS TO BE USED. WITH ARROW SC DUAL SMOKE / CO DETECTOR CLG
FDR FEEDER SPEC SPECIFICATION INDICATES EXTERIOR NOT RELIEVE THE CONTRACTOR OF RESPONSIBILITY. THE SIGNING
FLA FULL LOAD AMPS SPR SPARE ELEVATION NUMBER 6 RECESSED LIGHTING FIXTURES INSTALLED INTO METAL LUMINAIRE TAGGING MOTOR STARTER
? OF THE CONTRACT WILL BE CONSIDERED AS IMPLICITLY DENOTING S SMOKE DETECTOR W/ VISUAL DEVICE CLG KEY PLAN
FIN FINISHED SQ SQUARE SUSPENDED CEILING SYSTEMS FOR LAY-IN TILES AND PANELS
? THAT THE CONTRACTOR HAS A THOROUGH COMPREHENSION OF
FLR FLOOR SSW SAFETY SWITCH SHALL BE INSTALLED AND SUPPORTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH A3 FIXTURE TYPE: DISCONNECT / MOTOR STARTER H DUCT HEAT DETECTOR
THE FULL INTENT AND SCOPE OF THE WORKING DRAWINGS AND
FUT FUTURE STR STARTER INDICATES SHEET THE INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE ASTM C635 AND C636 MASTER OR M 22/LL1B SINGLE LETTER-INTERIOR
SPECIFICATIONS.
FIXT FIXTURE-LTG SURF SURFACE WHERE EXTERIOR 7 FIXTURES INSTALLED IN “LIGHT-DUTY CEILING SYSTEMS” SHALL SATELLITE aba DOUBLE LETTER-EXTERIOR VFD VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE S DUCT SMOKE DETECTOR TRUE NORTH
FRZ FREEZER SW SWITCH ELEVATION IS DRAWN 21 CONTRACTOR SHALL REVIEW ARCHITECTURAL, STRUCTURAL, AND HAVE SEPARATE SUPPORTING MEMBERS. FIXTURES INSTALLED
FVNR FULL VOLTAGE NON REVERSING SWBD SWITCHBOARD MECHANICAL DRAWINGS AND SHALL PROVIDE LIGHTS, SWITCHES, CIRCUIT NUMBER/PANEL
IN “INTERMEDIATE-DUTY AND HEAVY-DUTY CEILING SYSTEMS” CUH-1 MOTOR / EQUIPMENT - REFER TO H MEGNETIC DOOR HOLD FLOOR
RECEPTACLES, TELEPHONE OUTLETS, EQUIPMENT CONNECTIONS,
G T INTERIOR ELEVATION (SINGLE): ETC., AND ASSOCIATED CIRCUITING IN AREAS, EVEN IF SUCH AREAS
ARE NOT SHOWN ON ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS. LAYOUTS, FIXTURE
SHALL HAVE SEPARATE SUPPORTING MEMBERS WHEN THE
WEIGHT OF THE FIXTURES EXCEEDS THE DEFLECTION AND
ROTATION REQUIREMENTS OF ASTM C636 2.7.2,3 & 4.
NORMAL POWER
SWITCHING
u- UNSWITCHED
NL- NIGHTLIGHT
SCHEDULE
MULTI-OUTLET ASSEMBLY
H MEGNETIC DOOR HOLD
G, GND GROUND TC TIME CLOCK 1 INDICATES INTERIOR TYPES, QUANTITIES, AND SPACINGS SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE FAAP
GFI GROUND FAULT INTERRUPTER TEL TELEPHONE ELEVATION NUMBER WITH SIMILAR AREAS ON THIS PROJECT. CONTRACTOR SHALL Motors NIGHT LIGHT ON NORMAL POWER
RACEWAY INSTALLED CONCEALED IN FIRE ALARM ANNUNCIATOR PANEL
TERM TERMINAL INCLUDE COSTS FOR THE ABOVE IN HIS BID. IN ADDITION, WALL, CEILING, OR SLAB
CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE CONTRACTOR SHALL VISIT SITE FACP
TR TAMPER RESISTANT A101 RACEWAY INSTALLED EXPOSED FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL
TV TELEVISION PRIOR TO BID AND VERIFY THAT CONDITIONS ARE AS INDICATED. 1 VERIFY LOCATION OF ALL MOTORS AND EQUIPMENT BEFORE EMERGENCY POWER FS FLOW SWITCH
TYP TYPICAL 22 CONTRACTOR SHALL INCLUDE IN HIS BID, COSTS REQUIRED TO ROUGH-IN. SEE MECHANICAL DRAWINGS FOR LOCATION OF RACEWAY INSTALLED BELOW SLAB OR
INDICATES SHEET MAKE HIS WORK MEET EXISTING CONDITIONS. MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT. PROVIDE SERVICE TO AND CONNECT GRADE TS TAMPER SWITCH
WHERE INTERIOR EQUIPMENT AS REQUIRED.
ELEVATION IS DRAWN 23 WORK SHALL BE PERFORMED IN A WORKMANLIKE MANNER TO THE OCCUPANCY SENSOR TAGGING RACEWAY SEAL
SATISFACTION OF THE ARCHITECT. 2 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE CONTROLS, D SMOKE DAMPER
INTERLOCKS, ACCESSORIES, ETC., IN MOTOR CONTROL B RACEWAY (C)-CAPPED (B)-BUSHED
U
TECHNOLOGY TYPE
H
24 WORK, MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT SHALL CONFORM TO THE C
INTERIOR ELEVATION (MULTIPLE): LATEST EDITIONS OF LOCAL, STATE, AND NATIONAL CODES AND STARTERS AS REQUIRED BY THE TEMPERATURE CONTROL U=ULTRASONIC S FIRE ALARM SPEAKER
CONTRACTOR. STARTERS SHALL CONTAIN 120V CONTROL X-R RACEWAY (CONDUIT) DOWN FA
ORDINANCES. 0 a P=PASSOVE INFRARED
HP HORSEPOWER UC UNDERCABINET ? INDICATES INTERIOR TRANSFORMER, PILOT LIGHT, AND PUSHBUTTONS OR M MONITOR MODULE
25.PROVIDE PERMITS AND INSPECTIONS REQUIRED. R=W/ LOW VOLTAGE RELAY RACEWAY (CONDUIT) UP
HTG HEATING UFD UNDER FLOOR DUCT ELEVATION NUMBER SELECTOR SWITCH AS REQUIRED, IN ADDITION TO OTHER
25 PROVIDE PERMITS AND INSPECTIONS REQUIRED. ITEMS (AUXILIARY CONTACTS, DOOR SWITCHES, RELAYS, ETC.) SECURITY
HTR HEATER UG UNDERGROUND SWITCHING EMERGENCY POWER OFF
HZ HERTZ UH UNIT HEATER ? ? ? 26 GUARANTEE THE INSTALLATION AGAINST DEFECTS IN MATERIALS REQUIRED. SUBMIT ELEMENTARY CONTROL DIAGRAMS FOR ISSUE # DATE DESCRIPTION
AND WORKMANSHIP WHICH MAY OCCUR UNDER NORMAL USAGE APPROVAL. SUBMITTALS SHALL INCLUDE INDICATION OF PRIOR CCTV CAMERA - WALL MOUNT ** 04/06/2016 Construction Documents
FOR A PERIOD OF ONE YEAR AFTER OWNER'S ACCEPTANCE. REVIEW AND ACCEPTANCE BY TEMPERATURE CONTROL NOTE: CEILING MOUNTED OCCUPANCY SENSORS ARE NOT OVERHEAD DOOR CONTROLLER
INDICATES SHEET DEFECTS SHALL BE PROMPTLY REMEDIED WITHOUT COST TO THE CONTRACTOR. REFER TO DIVISION 15 DRAWINGS AND LOCATED ON PLANS. REFER TO CEILING OCCUPANCY SENSOR 10/10/2016 Low Voltage Solicitation
? CCTV - CEILING MOUNT CLG
WHERE INTERIOR OWNER. TEMPERATURE CONTROL DIAGRAMS FOR ADDITIONAL CONDUIT, SCHEDULE ON EACH SHEET FOR REQUIREMENTS.

V SWITCHING
ELEVATION IS DRAWN
I WIRE, RELAYS, TRANSFORMERS, CONNECTIONS, ETC. MANUFACTURER TO PROVIDE QUANTITY AND LOCATION OF CR CARD READER 46"
27 VERIFY THAT EXACT LOCATION OF EQUIPMENT TO BE FURNISHED
REQUIRED FOR A COMPLETE AND OPERABLE SYSTEM. SENSORS AS REQUIRED TO COVER SPACE.
BY OTHERS PRIOR TO ROUGH-IN. SWITCHING NOTATIONS
28 SYSTEMS SHALL BE TESTED FOR PROPER OPERATION. IF TESTS D DOOR CONTACT **
IC INTERRUPTING CAPACITY V VOLTS 3 = THREE WAY SWITCH
NEW GRID LINES: Fire Alarm System
ICE ICE MACHINE VA VOLT AMPERE SHOW THAT WORK IS DEFECTIVE, CONTRACTOR SHALL MAKE ELECTRICAL SYMBOL NOTES 4 = FOUR WAY SWITCH E ELECTRIC STRIKE **
I/C INTERCOM VEND VENDING MACHINE CORRECTIONS NECESSARY AT NO COST TO OWNER. D = DOOR SWITCH
IG ISOLATED GROUND VFD VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE 1 CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE DEVICES, CONDUIT, WIRES, AND E = EMERGENCY SWITCH
VM VOLT METER ? 29 PROVIDE EXTERIOR PULL BOXES AND HANDHOLES AS REQUIRED
TO COMPLETE WORK INDICATED. SPLICES IN EXTERIOR PULL CABLE AS DIRECTED BY EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER.
MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT, AND WORKMANSHIP SHALL MEET
1. THESE SYMBOLS ARE A STANDARD LIST. NOT ALL SYMBOLS MAY
APPEAR ON THESE DRAWINGS.
K = KEYED SWITCH
G GLASS BREAK **

VSD VARIABLE SPEED DRIVE BOXES AND HANDHOLES SHALL BE MADE WATERPROOF USING L = LOW VOLTAGE SWITCH
PREVAILING CODES. THE SYSTEM SHALL BE COMPLETE AND 2. INSTALL EQUIPMENT AT THE MOUNTING HEIGHT INDICATED MC = MOMENTARY CONTACT SWITCH K KEY PAD **
“SCOTCHCAST” SPLICE KIT OR APPROVED EQUAL. SEAL ENDS OF
OPERABLE IN EVERY RESPECT. BELOW, UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE ON DRAWINGS. MOUNTING P = PILOT SWITCH
CONDUITS AND DUCTS WITH “DUCTSEAL OR APPROVED EQUAL.

J W ? 30 CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR REPLACING


HEIGHTS INDICATED ON ARCHITECTURAL WALL ELEVATIONS TAKE
PRECEDENCE OVER MOUNTING HEIGHTS LISTED BELOW.
T = TIMER
WP = WEATHERPROOF SWITCH
M MOTION SENSOR **
EQUIPMENT WHICH IS DAMAGED DUE TO INCORRECT FIELD WIRING MOUNTING HEIGHTS ARE TO CENTER OF DEVICE FROM FINISHED a
OR FACTORY WIRING IN EQUIPMENT PROVIDED BY THIS SINGLE-GANG SWITCH (LIGHT GROUP a) 46" M MOTION SENSOR - WALL MOUNT 96" OR 8"
J, JB JUNCTION BOX W WATTS FLOOR. S
CONTRACTOR. BFC
W/ WITH ab
W/D WASHER / DRYER 31 CONTRACTOR'S FAILURE TO ORDER OR RELEASE ORDER FOR SS TWO-GANG SWITCH (LIGHT GROUP a,b) 46" S SIREN - WALL MOUNT **
W/O WITHOUT MATERIALS AND/OR EQUIPMENT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AS A MOTOR SYMBOLOGY
WD WARMER DRAWER REASON TO SUBSTITUTE ALTERNATE MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT, OR
Communication / Low Voltage abc
THREE-GANG SWITCH (LIGHT GROUP a,b,c) 46" S SIREN - CEILING MOUNT CLG
WM WATT METER XXX SS S
EXISTING GRID LINES: INSTALLATION METHODS. MOTOR IDENTIFICATION
WP WEATHERPROOF 1 BOXES FOR TELEPHONE, TV, DATA, WIRING DEVICES, ETC. XX W WIRELESS ASSET PROTECTION DEVICE
32 SYSTEMS SHALL BE COMPLETE, OPERABLE, AND READY FOR SHALL BE MINIMUM TWO GANG WITH SINGLE GANG MUD RING. abc d FOUR-GANG SWITCH (LIGHT GROUP a,b,c,d) 46"
CONTINUOUS OPERATION. LIGHTS, SWITCHES, RECEPTACLES, SSSS
? MOTORS, ETC. SHALL BE CONNECTED AND OPERABLE.
2 SOUND SYSTEM. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE

K X 33 RECEPTACLES WHICH ARE SHOWN WALL MOUNTED ON THE


ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS ON WALLS WHICH, ON THE ARCHITECTURAL
ALL CONDUIT, J-BOXES FOR SOUND SYSTEM COMPLETE
RACEWAY SYSTEM. CONDUIT SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 3/4"
UNLESS NOTED. OWNER'S SOUND SYSTEM CONTRACTOR SHALL
PANELBOARD SYMBOLOGY
D
C
DIMMER SWITCH
CONTRATOR - WALL SWITCH
46"
**
20A CIRCUITS CONDUCTORS SHALL BE
SIZED AS FOLLOWS:
KW KILOWATTS XFMR TRANSFORMER DRAWINGS AND ELEVATIONS ARE SHOWN AS GLASS OR FURNISH AND INSTALL SPEAKER WIRE, VOLUME CONTROLS, *TYPE= *BUILDING= *LEVEL
C CONTRACTOR - CEILING MOUNT CLG
KA, KVA
KAIC
KILOVOLT AMPERE
KILOAMPERE INTERRUPTING CAPACITY
? PARTITIONS, SHALL BE FLUSH FLOOR DUPLEX RECEPTACLES
MOUNTED ADJACENT TO BASE OR WALLS.
MICROPHONES, AMPLIFIERS, SPLITTERS, ETC. REQUIRED FOR A
COMPLETE AND OPERABLE SYSTEM.
Legally
Required
A
B LRA1
0
1 O OCCUPANCY SENSOR - WALL MOUNT ** 120V CCT 277V CCT AWG
KO KNOCK OUT(S) C LENGTH LENGTH
34 VERIFY EXACT LOCATIONS OF EXISTING AND NEW UNDERGROUND 3 TELEVISION SYSTEM. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL O OCCUPANCY SENSOR - CEILING MOUNT CLG
UTILITIES, PIPING, AND RACEWAY SYSTEMS PRIOR TO TRENCHING. Life *TYPE LEVEL* <75' <75' 12
PROVIDE ALL CONDUIT, AND J-BOXES (MINIMUM TWO-GANG) Safety
PROVIDE NECESSARY TRENCHING, BACKFILL, EXCAVATION, FOR A COMPLETE RACEWAY SYSTEM. CONDUIT SHALL BE A P PHOTOCELL - WALL MOUNT ** 75'-120' 75'-280' 10

L Z REVISION:
SUPPORTS, SERVICE FEEDERS (CONDUIT AND/OR WIRE),
PULLBOXES, TRANSFORMER PADS, SAWCUTTING AND PATCHING,
CONCRETE/PAVING, ETC. REQUIRED. BACKFILL TRENCHES TO AND
MINIMUM OF 3/4” UNLESS NOTED. OWNER'S TELEVISION SYSTEM
CONTRACTOR SHALL FURNISH AND INSTALL TV OUTLETS,
Power
*BUILDING
P PHOTOCELL - CEILING MOUNT CLG
120'-200'
>200'
280'-480'
>480'
8
6
CERTIFICATION
LA LIGHTING ARRESTOR Z IMPEDANCE CABLE, AMPLIFIERS, SPLITTERS, ETC. REQUIRED FOR A ELevator R RELAY - WALL MOUNT **
LOC LOCATION REVISION NUMBER - SEE PATCH TO MATCH EXISTING. CONTRACTOR SHALL OBTAIN AND COMPLETE AND OPERABLE SYSTEM. I hereby certify that this plan, specification or
REVISION HISTORY ON TITLE VERIFY EXACT UTILITY COMPANY DRAWINGS AND REQUIREMENTS. RELAY - CEILING MOUNT CLG
LTG LIGHTING, LIGHT OR LIGHTS ? 4 SECURITY SYSTEM. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE Distribution R report was prepared by me or under my direct
LTFC LIQUID TIGHT FLEXIBLE CONDUIT BLOCK OF EACH SHEET 35 ELECTRICAL FLOOR MOUNTED DISTRIBUTION EQUIPMENT SHALL BE ALL CONDUIT, AND J-BOXES (MINIMUM TWO-GANG) FOR A PUSH BUTTON - WALL MOUNT ** supervision and that I am a duly Licensed
BOLTED TO 4” HIGH CONCRETE HOUSEKEEPING PADS. CONCRETE COMPLETE RACEWAY SYSTEM. CONDUIT SHALL BE A MINIMUM HOMERUN CIRCUITING SYMBOLOGY
PADS BY THIS CONTRACTOR. OF 3/4” UNLESS NOTED. OWNER'S SECURITY SYSTEM P HANDICAPPED DOOR PUSH PLATE 48" Professional Engineer under the laws of the
SYMBOLS 36 PANEL DIRECTORIES SHALL BE REMOVABLE. SUBMIT PROPOSED CONTRACTOR SHALL FURNISH AND INSTALL SECURITY PANELS,
SCHEDULE OF DIRECTORIES TO OWNER FOR APPROVAL. ROOM RECORDING EQUIPMENT, CAMERAS, WIRE, SECURITY DEVICES, NEUTRAL WIRE LL2A PANELBOARD S State of Minnesota.
REVISION CLOUD: NAMES AND NUMBERS SHALL BE AS DIRECTED BY OWNER. ETC. REQUIRED FOR A COMPLETE AND OPERABLE SYSTEM. CONDUCTOR WIRE(S) 2,4,6 IDENTIFICATION
~ APPROXIMATE(LY) TWO-GANG DEVICE ON COMMON PLATE 48"
DIRECTORIES SHALL BE TYPED AND INSTALLED UNDER CLEAR 5 ELECTRONIC ACCESS SYSTEM. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR (SHOWN ON
@ AT CIRCUIT S (PROVIDE BARRIER IF 277V AND 120V
PLASTIC COVERS. SHALL PROVIDE ALL CONDUIT, AND J-BOXES (MINIMUM HOMERUN ONLY)
& AND NUMBER(S) ARE COMBINED)
37 PROVIDE SELF ADHESIVE IDENTIFICATION INSIDE COVER OF EACH TWO-GANG) FOR A COMPLETE RACEWAY SYSTEM. CONDUIT
∟ ANGLE
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SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 3/4” UNLESS NOTED. OWNER'S PUSH BUTTON LIGHTING CONTROL 48" Chad S. Kurdi

S
CL FUSABLE SWITCH, INDICATING SIZE AND TYPE OF FUSES PROVIDED.
CENTERLINE REVISION NUMBER - SEE ELECTRONIC ACCESS SYSTEM CONTRACTOR SHALL FURNISH SWITCH - SEE SPECIFICATION 20943
ФØ DIAMETER 38 PROVIDE ONE (1) SET OF THREE (3) SPARE FUSES FOR EACH SIZE
REVISION HISTORY ON TITLE AND INSTALL PHONE ENTRY SYSTEM, CARD READERS, HOME RUN NETWORK LIGHTING CONTROLS 42678 04/28/2016
# NUMBER ? AND TYPE PROVIDED ON THIS PROJECT. INSTALL FUSES IN A
BLOCK OF EACH SHEET HINGED DOOR, SHEET METAL STORAGE CABINET EQUIPPED WITH ELECTRIC STRIKE CONNECTIONS AND FOBS, ETC. REQUIRED
/ PER
CLIPS OR CUBICLES, EACH MARKED WITH THE SIZE AND TYPE FUSE FOR A COMPLETE AND OPERABLE SYSTEM. DRAWING NUMBERING CONVENTION SHEET NOTES License Number Date
┴ PERPENDICULAR
± PLUS OR MINUS STORED THEREIN. PROVIDE NAMEPLATE “SPARE FUSES”. INSTALL 6 ALL 3/4" PLYWOOD BACKBOARDS SHALL BE FIRE RATED. WORKING DRAWING MODULE LAYOUT WORKING DRAWING MODULE EXAMPLE A. THE PURPOSE OF THIS SHEET IS TO ILLUSTRATE AND DEFINE TYPICAL GRAPHICS SYMBOLS AND DATE 04/06/2016
KEYNOTE: IN LOCATION(S) AS DIRECTED BY OWNER. 7 OWNER'S CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE CABLE TRAY AT ALL SYSTEMS OF GRAPHIC SYMBOLS WHICH MAY OCCUR ON THE ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS. DRAWN BY JTO
39 ALL WIRING SHALL BE INSTALLED IN LISTED METALLIC RACEWAYS. BACKBOARDS AND ASSOCIATED ELEC/COMM ROOMS TO B. THE ILLUSTRATION OF A SYMBOL OR SYSTEM OF SYMBOLS ON THIS SHEET DOES NOT NECESSARILY
? SEE CORRESPONDING CHECKED BY CSK
RACEWAYS IN SLAB-ON-GRADE OR BELOW GRADE SHALL BE MANAGE THE CABLE COMING INTO EACH ROOM. PROVIDE INDICATE THAT THE BUILDING ITEM OR SYSTEM DESCRIBED BY THE SYMBOL IS USED AS PART OF THE
NUMBERED KEY NOTE ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 WORK OF THIS PROJECT. REFER TO THE PLANS, ELEVATIONS, SECTIONS, SCHEDULES, DETAILS, AND COMMISSION NUMBER 1087.08
SCHEDULE 40 PVC. TRANSITIONS FROM BELOW TO ABOVE GRADE CABLE TRAY AND/OR CONDUIT THROUGHOUT THE CORRIDORS
SHEET WHERE REFERENCE SHALL BE WITH RIGID STEEL ELBOWS WITH PVC JACKET OR TO MANAGE THE CABLE FEEDING THE TENANT UNITS. SIZE 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 SPECIFICATIONS TO DETERMINE THE SCOPE OF THE WORK.
OCCURS C. SYMBOLS ARE NOT DRAWN TO SCALE. TO DETERMINE ACTUAL SIZES OF ELEMENTS REPRESENTED BY
SHEET TITLE
PROVIDED EQUAL PROTECTION. EMT FITTINGS SHALL BE CABLE TRAY PER MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS FOR
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 25 27 SYMBOLS, REFER TO THE SPECIFICATIONS AND OTHER DRAWINGS AS MAY APPLY.
MALLEABLE IRON OR STEEL. CONNECTORS SHALL BE INSULATED THE QUANTITY OF CABLE AT EACH LOCATION. COORDINATE
ELEVATION LEVEL: THROAT TYPE. LOCATION OF CABLE TRAY WITH MECHANICAL DUCTWORK AND 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 37 39 41 44 D. FOR INFORMATION REGARDING SYMBOLS WHICH ARE USED AS ABBREVIATIONS, REFER TO THE
INDICATES PIPING. ELECTRICAL ABBREVIATIONS SHOWN ON THIS SHEET.
40 ALL BRANCH CIRCUIT AND FEEDER CONDUITS SHALL HAVE A CODE 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 E. CERTAIN SYMBOLS MAY INCORPORATE SPECIAL ABBREVIATIONS AS PART OF THE SYMBOL. SUCH
FLOOR LEVEL
SIZED COPPER GROUNDING CONDUCTOR. INCREASE CONDUIT SIZE ABBREVIATIONS ARE AS DEFINED ON THIS SHEET.
AS REQUIRED. 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72

INDICATES FLOOR
41 FIRE ALARM, SOUND, TELEPHONE, COMPUTER, AND SIMILAR
SYSTEMS CONDUITS LARGER THAN 2" SHALL HAVE LONG RADIUS
73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 73 80 ELECTRICAL
COVERSHEET
LEVEL ELEVATION SWEEPS (12 TIMES THE DIAMETER). DETAILS ARE NUMBERED ACCORDING TO THEIR THE NUMBER OF THE MODULE (I.E. 39 OR 44 ),
42 CONDUITS PENETRATING THRU ROOF SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED IN LOCATION ON EACH SHEET, AND ARE NOT WHICH OCCURS IN THE LOWER LEFT CORNER OF
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EXISTING WALL TO REMAIN CONFORMANCE WITH “BUILT-UP BITUMINOUS ROOFING” SECTION NUMBERED CONSECUTIVELY. ONE MODULE OR SEVERAL MODULES GROUPED
07510 AND SHEET METAL FLASHING AND TRIM” SECTION 07620. TOGETHER TO COMPRISE A SINGLE DETAIL,
PLANS, ELEVATIONS, SECTIONS, AND DETAILS ARE DETERMINES THE NUMBER OF THE DETAIL PLAN,
43 FINAL CONNECTIONS TO MOTORS, TRANSFORMERS, AND OTHER NUMBERED ACCORDING TO THE MODULE SYSTEM ELEVATION, SECTION, OR DETAIL - AS SHOWN IN
VIBRATING EQUIPMENT SHALL BE WITH LIQUIDTIGHT FLEX METAL SHOWN AT IN THE ILLUSTRATION ABOVE. THE ILLUSTRATION ABOVE. ALTHOUGH THE
CONDUIT AND FITTINGS. DO NOT SECURE CONDUITS, MODULE NUMBERS OCCUR IN CONSECUTIVE
SHEET NUMBER
DISCONNECTS, OR DEVICES TO DUCTWORK OR MECHANICAL ORDER, NOT ALL NUMBERS ARE NECESSARILY
EXISTING WALL TO BE REMOVED EQUIPMENT. USED ON EACH SHEET.

E000
44 ALL ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS COMPONENTS SHALL BE LISTED OR
LABELED BY UL OR OTHER RECOGNIZED TESTING FACILITY.

© 2015 BKV Group, Inc. EOE


A

B
ELECTRICAL SITE PLAN GENERAL NOTES
PROVIDE ALL COORDINATION AND SCHEDULING FOR NEW ELECTRICAL PAD MOUNT
SERVICE INSTALLATION. VERIFY EXACT LOCATION AND ROUTING OF SERVICE ENTRANCE
CONDUITS WITH ENGINEER AND CONTRACTOR PRIOR TO INSTALLATION.
PROVIDE ALL COORDINATION AND SCHEDULING WITH TELEPHONE/DATA/TELEVISION
SERVICE PROVIDERS FOR SERVICE INSTALLATION. VERIFY EXACT LOCATION AND
ROUTING OF ENTRANCE CONDUITS WITH ENGINEER AND CONTRACTOR PRIOR TO
INSTALLATION.
B KV
G R O U P
Architecture
Interior Design
Landscape Architecture
Engineering
KEYNOTES

1 PROVIDE REQUIRED CONDUIT FOR SECURITY CAMERA


Boarman
LOCATED AT POLE LIGHT. Kroos
2
3
EXISTING BOLLARD TO BE REMOVED.
EXISTING POLE LIGHT TO BE REMOVED. Vogel
4 PROVIDE BID ALTERNATE TO REPLACE EXISTING
BOLLARD WITH NEW TYPE “XB” FIXTURE AT THIS
Group
LOCATION.BID ALTERNATE NO. 3. Inc.
5 PROVIDE BID ALTERNATE TO REPLACE EXISTING POLE
LIGHT WITH NEW TYPE “XA2” FIXTURE AT THIS
LOCATION. NEW POLE LIGHT TO HAVE SAME NUMBER
OF HEADS AS EXISTING. BID ALTERNATE NO. 2. 222 North Second Street
6 PROVIDE 120V POWER AND CONNECTION TO GATE
CONTROLLER. PROVIDE REQUIRED CONDUIT, DATA,
Minneapolis, MN 55401
7
AND CONNECTION FROM IT STORAGE ROOM 222.
RELOCATED EXISTING LIGHT POLE. POLE LIGHT
Telephone: 612.339.3752
FIXTURE TO REMAIN ON EXISTING POWER AND
CONTROL. PROVIDE BID ALTERNATE TO REPLACE
Facsimilie: 612.339.6212
EXISTING POLE LIGHT WITH NEW TYPE “XA2” FIXTURE.
BID ALTERNATE NO. 2.
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8 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR TO DISCONNECT AND EOE
REMOVE ALL POWER AND CONTROL WIRING FROM
EXISTING POWERED GATE.
10
9 PROVIDE A 1’ X 1’ X 1’ HAND HOLE THIS LOCATION WITH
4” PVC-40 CONDUIT AND 36-STRAND SINGLE MODE
FIBER BACK TO IT STORAGE 222.
10 PROVIDE 4” PVC-40 CONDUIT AND 36-STRAND SINGLE
XA2 XA2 MODE FIBER FROM NEW HAND HOLE TO EXISTING HAND
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CERTIFICATION
I hereby certify that this plan, specification or
5 5 5
report was prepared by me or under my direct
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supervision and that I am a duly Licensed
Professional Engineer under the laws of the
State of Minnesota.
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Chad S. Kurdi
42678 04/28/2016
License Number Date
DATE 04/06/2016
DRAWN BY JTO
CHECKED BY CSK
COMMISSION NUMBER 1087.08
SHEET TITLE

SITE PLAN
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SHEET NUMBER
1 ELECTRICAL SITE PLAN
E010 1" = 30'-0"

E010
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A

B
ELECTRICAL FLOOR PLAN GENERAL NOTES
CIRCUIT ALL EXIT SIGNS AND EGRESS LIGHTING TO NEAREST
EMERGENCY/LIFE SAFETY PANEL AHEAD OF ANY SWITCHING.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE TO MAINTAIN FIRE
RATINGS OF ALL PENETRATIONS THROUGH WALL, FLOOR AND/OR CEILING AS
REQUIRED BY CODE. PROVIDE FIRE RATED ENCLOSURES FOR RECESSED
FIXTURES AND DEVICES INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO DOWN LIGHTS,
SPEAKERS, POKE-THRU FLOOR BOXES, ETC.
B KV
G R O U P
Architecture
C PROVIDE CONDUIT FOR ALL EXPOSED LOW-VOLTAGE WIRING, INCLUDING BUT
NOT LIMITED TO FIRE ALARM, SECURITY CAMERAS, DOOR ACCESS CONTROLS Interior Design
AND DATA LINES AS REQUIRED BY CODE AND/OR LOCAL AUTHORITY HAVING
JURISDICTION. Landscape Architecture
D COORDINATE EXACT LOCATION OF BUILDING MOUNTED EXTERIOR LIGHTING
WITH ARCHITECTURAL ELEVATION PLANS.
Engineering
E FIRE ALARM SYSTEM TO BE DESIGNED BY FIRE ALARM SUBCONTRACTOR.
DEVICES IF PRESENT ARE SHOWN FOR COORDINATION PURPOSES ONLY. SEE
SPEC 288000.
Boarman
Kroos
F REFER TO ARCHITECTURAL, MECHANICAL AND PLUMBING PLANS AND
SPECIFICATIONS FOR EQUIPMENT, DEVICES AND APPLIANCE POWER
A B C D E F G H I J K L M
Vogel
REQUIREMENTS. EQUIPMENT AND DEVICES SHOWN ON PLANS ARE FOR
REFERENCE ONLY. VERIFY LOCATION AND QUANTITIES.
G SEE MECHANICAL & PLUMBING EQUIPMENT COORDINATION SHEETS ME801 &
ME802 FOR EQUIPMENT POWER AND CONTROL REQUIREMENTS. Group
H A/V SYSTEM CABLES AND DEVICES SHALL BE PROVIDED AND INSTALLED BY
A/V CONTRACTOR. VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SHALL BE INSTALLED BY OWNER
Inc.
HIRED CONTRACTOR. KEYNOTES
1 I ALL ANALOG PHONE LINES SHALL BE TERMINATED IN EXISTING DATA ROOM IN
49 SP WH 1
POLICE DEPARTMENT.
PROVIDE FINAL POWER CONNECTION TO SYSTEMS FURNITURE AND
222 North Second Street
LP-1 2
UH
1 ELECTION
STORAGE
PROVIDE ALL REQUIRED INTERCONNECTIONS BETWEEN SECTIONS.
CONFIRM AND COORDINATE FINAL LOCATION WITH ARCHITECT.
Minneapolis, MN 55401
1 121
18
2 PROVIDE REQUIRED POWER FOR CEILING MOUNTED PROJECTOR. Telephone: 612.339.3752
VERIFY J-BOX LOCATION WITH LOW-VOLTAGE VENDOR.
WATER
P
6 3 PROVIDE 120V POWER CONNECTION TO PODIUM AT THIS LOCATION. Facsimilie: 612.339.6212
LP-1

B.2
SOFTENER/GFI
73
6
63,65,67 49
6
4
5
TABLE CUBBY LOCATION. PROVIDE REQUIRED POWER AND WIRING.
PROVIDE 120V POWER AND CONNECTION TO RECESSED ELECTRIC
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EF LP-1
ERU
1
1
LP-1
J
6
WATER COOLER. PROVIDE GFCI CIRCUIT BREAKER.
PROVIDE 208V, 3 PHASE POWER CONNECTION TO MULTI-OUTLET
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BID ALT. #4 49 XFMR-2 ASSEMBLY RUN AT THIS LOCATION.
MECHANICAL LP-1 LP-1 HP-1 EP-1
LP-1 7 PROVIDE 120V POWER CONNECTION FOR AUTOMATIC PROJECTOR
WP/GFI 120 XFMR-1 ATS-E 64,66,68 SCREEN.
49
LP-1 8 PROVIDE 120V CONNECTION, TIMER SWITCH AND REQUIRED WIRING FOR
ELEC. FIREPLACE. PROVIDE REQUIRED WIRING FOR "EMERGENCY GAS
119 TF SHUT-OFF" VERIFY AND COORDINATE REQUIREMENTS AND LOCATIONS.
49 1 FCU
LP-1 2 WP/GFI CONSULTANTS
LOADING 15 9 COORDINATE EXACT TV LOCATION WITH ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS
CH
P
118 LP-1
2 AND ELEVATIONS. PROVIDE 1” CONDUIT FROM TV AT THIS LOCATION TO
BROADCASTING 114.
1
1 AC/GFI 20 20 19 20 10 PROVIDE REQUIRED 120V POWER AND WIRING FOR MOTORIZED DOOR
B 22 22 21 24
STAFF 13 17 19 LP-1 LP-1 LP-1 22 LP-1 AT THIS LOCATION.
15 LP-1 LP-1 24 LP-1 24 LP-1 21
AHU 1 SHOWERLP-1 LP-1 LP-1 LP-1 19 20 LP-1 20 24 11 PROVIDE 120 VOLT CONNECTION TO HAND DRYER. VERIFY MOUNTING
P 17 CUH LP-1 LP-1 LP-1 LP-1 LP-1
1 ROOM 19 OFFICE LP-1 OFFICE LP-1 OFFICE HEIGHT WITH ARCHITECTURAL ELEVATIONS.
2 LP-1 1 15 19 OFFICE 22 OFFICE 22 OFFICE 21 OFFICE 21 OFFICE 24
JANITOR / ENGINEERING 15 OFFICE LP-1 132 133 20
B
2
117
STORAGE
17
LP-1 EQUIP. LP-1 131 LP-1 LP-1 134
LP-1 135 LP-1 136 LP-1 137 LP-1 138 LP-1 139 LP-1
3 12 PROVIDE 120V POWER AND CONNECTION FOR DOCUMENT CAMERA.
COORDINATE EXACT LOCATION WITH ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS AND
122 VESTIBULE 125
P 49 ELEVATIONS.
124
B 3 LP-1 17 13 PROVIDE 120V POWER FOR ILLUMINATED SIGNAGE ON TOP OF CANOPY.
3 13 HALL LP-1 ILLUMINATED SIGN TO BE CONNECTED TO PHOTOCELL CONTROL.
STAFF AC/GFI LP-1 115 14 PROVIDE WEATHER-PROOF EMERGENCY GAS SHUT-OFF MUSHROOM
13 22
SHOWERLP-1 HALL LP-1 PUSHBUTTON FOR FIRE PLACE. LABEL "EMERGENCY GAS SHUT-OFF".
P ROOM
4 126 1 1 1 15 FIRE ALARM MONITORING – CONTACTS FOR ALARM, SUPERVISORY AND
49 116 TROUBLE CONDITIONS ARE AVAILABLE WITHIN THE FIRE CONTROL
LP-1 P SP LP-1 J LP-1 J
LP-1 J 23
5 1 LP-1 PANEL. CONNECTION IS HANDLED BY FIRE SYSTEM CONTRACTOR.
57,59,61 58,60,62 51,53,55 PURGE SYSTEM CONTROL WIRING TO HVAC UNITS AND EXHAUST FANS
CLOSET AC
GFI 17 17 OFFICE ARE INTERFACED WITH THE FIRE ALARM SYSTEM CONTROL PANEL.
16 J 13 GFI 127 LP-1 LP-1 CONNECTION IS HANDLED BY THE FIRE SYSTEM CONTRACTOR.
45 AC/GFI EP-1 13 140
LP-1 47 65" EP-1 J 16 PROVIDE REQUIRED POWER AND CONNECTION TO CHIEF PAC526 WALL
CU ELEV. WOMENS BOX (PROVIDED BY OTHERS). BOX TO CONTAIN (2) RECEPTACLES.
47 LP-1 11 56
FCU-3 - LP-1 106 VERIFY EXACT MOUNTING LOCATION WITH ARCHITECT.
LP-1 STAFF TOILET AC/GFI
13 AC/GFI 23 PROJECT TITLE
113 54 25 LP-1 17 CENTER RECEPTACLE ON FINISHED WALL WIDTH.
EP-1 LP-1 LP-1 25
LP-1 18 ALL WALL MOUNTED RECEPTACLES IN THIS ROOM ARE TO BE MOUNTED
13
EP-1
J 15
EP-1
5
OPEN OFFICE 23 25
AT 42” AFF.
SHAKOPEE CITY
FCU LP-1 LP-1 4
150
HALL

J
3 52
4 13 LP-1 J
LP-1 1 MEETING
AC/GFI ROOM
COUNCIL 54 MENS
EXECUTIVE LP-1 141
WORK ROOM 45 107
CONFERENCE
112 LP-1 23
WP/GFI 111 56
45 LP-1
LP-1
BROADCASTING45 16 LP-1 11 GFI
39
AC/GFI KEY PLAN
114 LP-1 T LP-1 J 41
A.1 47
9 150"
9 AC AC
LP-1 LP-1 AC/GFI AC/GFI GFI
25 28 28 J 34
29 29 41 J
45 LP-1 LP-1 LP-1 LP-1 16 LP-1 LP-1 LP-1 LP-1 TRUE NORTH
LP-1 16 AC PLAN/COPY
65" STAFF TOILET PRIVACY 32 5
LP-1 RM.
60" LP-1
30 145 144
30 142
EP-1 27 1 AC/GFCI
EP-1 43 AC
LP-1 32 32 30
192" LP-1 LP-1 30 26
J
30 28 18 AC J
39 LP-1 LP-1
35 14 J J LP-1 LP-1
EP-1 EP-1 28 LP-1 8 LP-1
9 EP-1 39
126"
12 J
EP-1 AC
31
LP-1
STAIR A 5
4
LP-1 146
33
J

AC CONFERENCE
29 3 EP-1 29 148 WP/GFI
LP-1
A.2 25
EP-1
J 50
RECEPTION
130 48 44 44
CUH
2
36
LP-1
EP-1 10 46 44 LP-1 44 LP-1 LP-1
COUNCIL LP-1 42
27 12 CHAMBERS 42 42
LP-1
J LP-1
LP-1 J LP-1
WP/GFI 6
EP-1 110 LP-1 LP-1 10 36 36
28 12 J 40
J EP-1 10 LP-1 12 LP-1 LP-1 LP-1
29
7
EP-1
26 B.3 SOUTH
LP-1
J

28 LOBBY
25
EP-1 3 EP-1 EP-1 101
CORRIDOR
2 2
37
2
33 ISSUE # DATE DESCRIPTION
103 2 17 LP-1 LP-1
LP-1 17 LP-1 17 LP-1 38 04/06/2016 Construction Documents
27 26 J
LP-1 35 2 04/28/2016 Addendum #2
EP-1
29
EP-1 28
EP-1 33
LP-1
COMMUNITY 37
LP-1
LP-1 7 12 09/28/2016 PR-06
EP-1 ROOM
10/10/2016 Low Voltage Solicitation
25 AC/GFI 108
A.3 EP-1
27 29 25
31
EP-1 36
LP-1
37
LP-1
33
LP-1
EP-1 EP-1 EP-1
31
C.1 AC/GFI
35
EP-1 LP-1
126" 33 37
9 12 LP-1 LP-1
LP-1 FCU
UH
12
VESTIBULE 1 A.5
2 100 36
LP-1 12 35
12 LP-1 LP-1
LP-1 LP-1
STORAGE 8
105

A.4
NORTH
12 CORRIDOR
LP-1 102
12
LP-1

J
10 VENDING
15 LP-1 104
65
LP-2
14
LP-1
J
13 62
LP-2
CERTIFICATION
12
LP-1 I hereby certify that this plan, specification or
report was prepared by me or under my direct
supervision and that I am a duly Licensed
B.1 Professional Engineer under the laws of the
State of Minnesota.

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SHEET TITLE

LEVEL 1
ELECTRICAL
POWER PLAN
11/17/2016 10:19:20 AM

1 LEVEL 1 ELECTRICAL POWER FLOOR PLAN


E101 1/8" = 1'-0"
SHEET NUMBER

E101
© 2015 BKV Group, Inc. EOE
A

B
ELECTRICAL FLOOR PLAN GENERAL NOTES
CIRCUIT ALL EXIT SIGNS AND EGRESS LIGHTING TO NEAREST
EMERGENCY/LIFE SAFETY PANEL AHEAD OF ANY SWITCHING.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE TO MAINTAIN FIRE
RATINGS OF ALL PENETRATIONS THROUGH WALL, FLOOR AND/OR CEILING AS
REQUIRED BY CODE. PROVIDE FIRE RATED ENCLOSURES FOR RECESSED
FIXTURES AND DEVICES INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO DOWN LIGHTS,
SPEAKERS, POKE-THRU FLOOR BOXES, ETC.
B KV
G R O U P
Architecture
C PROVIDE CONDUIT FOR ALL EXPOSED LOW-VOLTAGE WIRING, INCLUDING BUT
NOT LIMITED TO FIRE ALARM, SECURITY CAMERAS, DOOR ACCESS CONTROLS Interior Design
AND DATA LINES AS REQUIRED BY CODE AND/OR LOCAL AUTHORITY HAVING
JURISDICTION. Landscape Architecture
D COORDINATE EXACT LOCATION OF BUILDING MOUNTED EXTERIOR LIGHTING
WITH ARCHITECTURAL ELEVATION PLANS.
Engineering
E FIRE ALARM SYSTEM TO BE DESIGNED BY FIRE ALARM SUBCONTRACTOR.
DEVICES IF PRESENT ARE SHOWN FOR COORDINATION PURPOSES ONLY. SEE
SPEC 288000.
Boarman
Kroos
F REFER TO ARCHITECTURAL, MECHANICAL AND PLUMBING PLANS AND
SPECIFICATIONS FOR EQUIPMENT, DEVICES AND APPLIANCE POWER

Vogel
REQUIREMENTS. EQUIPMENT AND DEVICES SHOWN ON PLANS ARE FOR
REFERENCE ONLY. VERIFY LOCATION AND QUANTITIES.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M
G SEE MECHANICAL & PLUMBING EQUIPMENT COORDINATION SHEETS ME801 &
ME802 FOR EQUIPMENT POWER AND CONTROL REQUIREMENTS. Group
H A/V SYSTEM CABLES AND DEVICES SHALL BE PROVIDED AND INSTALLED BY
A/V CONTRACTOR. VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SHALL BE INSTALLED BY OWNER
Inc.
HIRED CONTRACTOR.
I ALL ANALOG PHONE LINES SHALL BE TERMINATED IN EXISTING DATA ROOM IN
POLICE DEPARTMENT.
KEYNOTES 222 North Second Street
1 Minneapolis, MN 55401
1 PROVIDE FINAL POWER CONNECTION TO SYSTEMS
FURNITURE AND PROVIDE ALL REQUIRED
Telephone: 612.339.3752
INTERCONNECTIONS BETWEEN SECTIONS. CONFIRM
AND COORDINATE FINAL LOCATION WITH ARCHITECT.
Facsimilie: 612.339.6212
2 PROVIDE REQUIRED POWER FOR CEILING MOUNTED w w w. b k v g r o u p. c o m
PROJECTOR. VERIFY J-BOX LOCATION WITH
LOW-VOLTAGE VENDOR. EOE
3 TABLE CUBBY LOCATION. PROVIDE REQUIRED POWER
B.2 AND WIRING.
4 PROVIDE 120V POWER CONNECTION FOR AUTOMATIC
PROJECTOR SCREEN.
7 5 PROVIDE 120V POWER AND CONNECTION TO RECESSED
80 ELECTRIC WATER COOLER. PROVIDE GFCI CIRCUIT
LP-1 J BREAKER.
6 PROVIDE REQUIRED 120V POWER AND WIRING FOR
CONSULTANTS
MOTORIZED DOOR AT THIS LOCATION.
WP/GFI
WP/GFI 29 8 7 PROVIDE REQUIRED 120V POWER, CONNECTION, AND
29 LP-2 WIRING FOR GRILL STARTER.
LP-2
2 8 PROVIDE REQUIRED CONNECTION AND WIRING FOR
GRILL “EMERGENCY OFF” PUSH BUTTON AT THIS
LOCATION.
1
1 3 LP-2 9 PROVIDE (2) 120V POWER WHIPS FOR UPS(S) AT THIS
BREAK ROOM LP-2 SHARED LP-2 LOCATION.
206 27 OFFICE 5
3 OFFICE 10 ALL WALL MOUNTED RECEPTACLES IN THIS ROOM ARE
LP-2 LP-2
65" LP-2 210 1
LP-2 211 1 2 2 6 7 6 3 11
TO BE MOUNTED AT 42” AFF.
PROVIDE WIREMOLD RC9 POKE THRU FLOOR BOX AT
LP-2 5 LP-2 4 LP-2 LP-2 LP-2 LP-2
27 4 2 2 7 THIS LOCATION.
LP-2 LP-2 4 6 LP-2 7
LP-2 29 1 LP-2 LP-2 LP-2 LP-2
S OFFICE OFFICE LP-2 OFFICE OFFICE LP-2 11 11
LP-2 LP-2 5 OFFICE 4 6 OFFICE OFFICE LP-2
4 2 216 217 7 6 LP-2
LP-2 212 LP-2 214 LP-2 LP-2 LP-2 LP-2 218 219
14 215 LP-2
JANITOR
CO2

J
24 HALL LP-2
5 209
LP-2 230 9
VAV VAV S S S S S
2-05 LP-2
2-03
14 14
AC TRAINING
RNG 22 AC/GFI LP-2 LP-2
AC/GFI AC ROOM 11
26,28 20
20 1 14 CO2 220 LP-2 PROJECT TITLE
MW LP-2
LP-2 LP-2 8J 2
25 AC WOMENS ELV

SHAKOPEE CITY
REF REF TOILET MENS TOILET ELEV. 1 CONFERENCE LP-2
21
21 22 208 9
REF. REF. AC MW AC 207 - 18 202
3 LP-2
21 23 22 16
HALL
LP-2 J AC 1
LP-2 14 AC/GFI
LP-2 12
HP-2 LP-2

CO2
LP-2
4
J J
18 18 16 9
LP-2 LP-2 14 LP-2 LP-2
LP-2 65" 1 CLOSET 4 9
18 14 10
ARCHIVE LP-2 LP-2
221
LP-2 J
LP-2 KEY PLAN
STORAGE LP-2
205 64 40,42,44
18 LP-2 IT STORAGE 16 16
J 1 EP-1 EP-1 TRUE NORTH
LP-2 222
A.1 6
13 AC 31

J
LP-2 LP-2
2 14
OPEN OFFICE 10 11
EP-1
63
231 31
LP-2 12 14 LP-2
J LP-2 EP-1 31
6 13 LP-2 LP-2
LP-2 19
LP-2 30,32,34,36 AC 18 9 17 17
12 EP-1 19 EP-1 EP-1
15 17 LP-2 J J EP-1

CO2
13 17 1
L M LOBBY LP-2 LP-2
CONFERENCE
LP-2
65" 15
LP-2
15 19 J
1
5
201 LP-2 LP-2
J
203 LP-2
J
3 65" STAIR A
246

CO2
13
A.2 LP-2
65" 12
12 LP-2
LP-2
6
ISSUE # DATE DESCRIPTION
04/06/2016 Construction Documents
B.3 2 04/28/2016 Addendum #2
12 09/28/2016 PR-06
10/10/2016 Low Voltage Solicitation

7
A.3
C.1
1
A.5

8
A.4

2 CERTIFICATION
I hereby certify that this plan, specification or
report was prepared by me or under my direct
supervision and that I am a duly Licensed
Professional Engineer under the laws of the
State of Minnesota.
B.1
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3 COMMISSION NUMBER 1087.08
SHEET TITLE

LEVEL 2
ELECTRICAL
POWER PLAN
11/17/2016 10:19:24 AM

SHEET NUMBER
1 LEVEL 2 ELECTRICAL POWER FLOOR PLAN

E102
E102 1/8" = 1'-0"

© 2015 BKV Group, Inc. EOE


B KV
G R O U P
Architecture
Interior Design
Landscape Architecture
Engineering

Boarman
A B C D E F G H I J K L M Kroos
Vogel
Group
Inc.
1
222 North Second Street
Minneapolis, MN 55401
Telephone: 612.339.3752
Facsimilie: 612.339.6212
B.2 w w w. b k v g r o u p. c o m
EOE

CONSULTANTS
2

3
WP/GFI
52
LP-2
CU
AC-1

EF
2 PROJECT TITLE
REF. REF.

4
SHAKOPEE CITY
HALL

KEY PLAN
A.1 WP/GFI
52 CU
LP-2 TRUE NORTH
AC-2

L M 5

A.2
6

B.3
ISSUE # DATE DESCRIPTION
04/06/2016 Construction Documents
10/10/2016 Low Voltage Solicitation
7
A.3
C.1
1
A.5

8
A.4

CERTIFICATION
I hereby certify that this plan, specification or
report was prepared by me or under my direct
supervision and that I am a duly Licensed
B.1 Professional Engineer under the laws of the
State of Minnesota.

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DATE 04/06/2016
DRAWN BY JTO
CHECKED BY CSK
COMMISSION NUMBER 1087.08
SHEET TITLE

ELECTRICAL
ROOF POWER
PLAN
11/17/2016 10:19:26 AM

1 ELECTRICAL ROOF PLAN


E103 1/8" = 1'-0"
SHEET NUMBER

E103
© 2015 BKV Group, Inc. EOE
A B C D E F G H I J K L M
A

B
ELECTRICAL FLOOR PLAN GENERAL NOTES
CIRCUIT ALL EXIT SIGNS AND EGRESS LIGHTING TO NEAREST
EMERGENCY/LIFE SAFETY PANEL AHEAD OF ANY SWITCHING.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE TO MAINTAIN FIRE
RATINGS OF ALL PENETRATIONS THROUGH WALL, FLOOR AND/OR CEILING AS
REQUIRED BY CODE. PROVIDE FIRE RATED ENCLOSURES FOR RECESSED
FIXTURES AND DEVICES INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO DOWN LIGHTS,
SPEAKERS, POKE-THRU FLOOR BOXES, ETC.
B KV
G R O U P
Architecture
C PROVIDE CONDUIT FOR ALL EXPOSED LOW-VOLTAGE WIRING, INCLUDING BUT
NOT LIMITED TO FIRE ALARM, SECURITY CAMERAS, DOOR ACCESS CONTROLS Interior Design
27 AND DATA LINES AS REQUIRED BY CODE AND/OR LOCAL AUTHORITY HAVING
JURISDICTION. Landscape Architecture
1 D COORDINATE EXACT LOCATION OF BUILDING MOUNTED EXTERIOR LIGHTING
WITH ARCHITECTURAL ELEVATION PLANS.
Engineering
E FIRE ALARM SYSTEM TO BE DESIGNED BY FIRE ALARM SUBCONTRACTOR.
DEVICES IF PRESENT ARE SHOWN FOR COORDINATION PURPOSES ONLY. SEE

ELECTION
SPEC 288000.
Boarman
Kroos
F REFER TO ARCHITECTURAL, MECHANICAL AND PLUMBING PLANS AND
STORAGE SPECIFICATIONS FOR EQUIPMENT, DEVICES AND APPLIANCE POWER
121
Vogel
REQUIREMENTS. EQUIPMENT AND DEVICES SHOWN ON PLANS ARE FOR
REFERENCE ONLY. VERIFY LOCATION AND QUANTITIES.
B.2 42"
G SEE MECHANICAL & PLUMBING EQUIPMENT COORDINATION SHEETS ME801 &
ME802 FOR EQUIPMENT POWER AND CONTROL REQUIREMENTS. Group
H A/V SYSTEM CABLES AND DEVICES SHALL BE PROVIDED AND INSTALLED BY
A/V CONTRACTOR. VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SHALL BE INSTALLED BY OWNER
Inc.
ELEC. HIRED CONTRACTOR.
MECHANICAL

F
119
120 I ALL ANALOG PHONE LINES SHALL BE TERMINATED IN EXISTING DATA ROOM IN
LOADING POLICE DEPARTMENT. 222 North Second Street
118
Minneapolis, MN 55401
Telephone: 612.339.3752
CR-12
2 Facsimilie: 612.339.6212
CR
STAFF
KEYNOTES w w w. b k v g r o u p. c o m

F
SHOWER
ROOM
JANITOR /
VESTIBULE ENGINEERING
OFFICE
OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE 1 PROVIDE REQUIRED CONDUIT FOR (1) CAT 6 CABLE PER
EOE
132 133
117
STORAGE
124 EQUIP.
125
131
134 135 136 137 138 139
3 WORKSTATION AND (1) CAT 6 CABLE PER PRINTER. CONFIRM AND
COORDINATE FINAL LOCATION WITH ARCHITECT. LOW VOLTAGE
122 CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE (1) CAT 6 CABLE PER WORKSTATION
AND (1) CAT 6 CABLE PER PRINTER.
HALL 2 CEILING MOUNTED PROJECTOR LOCATION. VERIFY RACEWAY
STAFF 115 REQUIREMENTS AND J-BOX LOCATION WITH LOW-VOLTAGE
SHOWER F F VENDOR.
ROOM HALL
1 1
CONSULTANTS
1 3 PROVIDE REQUIRED CONDUIT FOR A/V AND CAT 6 CONNECTION AT
116 126
THIS LOCATION. PROVIDE FSR FL-500P FLOOR BOX.
J J J OFFICE 4 PROVIDE REQUIRED CONDUIT FOR LOW VOLTAGE DATA AND A/V
140 CONNECTION TO TABLE. PROVIDE REQUIRED CONDUIT AND BOXES
CLOSET AC
FOR CONNECTION FROM TABLE CUBBY TO TV MONITOR. PROVIDE
J 65" 127 FSR FL-500P FLOOR BOX. LOW VOLTAGE CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE
ELEV.

TV
17 CAT 6 CABLE AND DATA CONNECTION TO FLOOR BOX.
STAFF TOILET 19 - F WOMENS 23 5 PROVIDE (2) 4” CONDUITS FROM BROADCASTING ROOM TO

F
113 26 106 EXISTING DATA ROOM IN POLICE STATION.
6 PROVIDE REQUIRED CONDUIT FOR CONNECTION AND WIRING FOR
24 4 VIDEO OUTPUT AT THIS LOCATION TO PROJECTOR INPUT.
J
F CR 7 COORDINATE EXACT TV LOCATION WITH ARCHITECTURAL
S OPEN OFFICE
14
23
CR-11
1 150 4 DRAWINGS AND ELEVATIONS. PROVIDE 1” CONDUIT FROM TV AT
THIS LOCATION TO BROADCASTING 114.
MEETING 8 EXISTING FAAP LOCATION. FAAP TO BE MODIFIED TO INCLUDE NEW

CR
14 J

F
COUNCIL ROOM ZONES OF THE CITY HALL BUILDING.
CR-10 MENS
WORK ROOM 141 9 EXISTING FACP LOCATION. FACP TO BE MODIFIED TO INCLUDE NEW
5 107
112 ZONES OF THE CITY HALL BUILDING.
EXECUTIVE 7 10 PROVIDE WIRING AND CONNECTIONS FOR TAMPER SWITCHES,
CONFERENCE FLOW SWITCHES, AND MONITOR MODULES AS REQUIRED FOR
BROADCASTING F

F
111 SPRINKLER SYSTEM. COORDINATE EXACT QUANTITIES AND
A.1

TV
114 150" LOCATIONS WITH SPRINKLER CONTRACTOR.
19
J 65" 19 PLAN/COPY 11 PROVIDE (2) 4” CONDUITS FROM IT STORAGE ROOM TO EXISTING PROJECT TITLE
17 DATA ROOM IN POLICE STATION. LOW VOLTAGE CONTRACTOR TO

TV
TV MAIL ROOM AC RM.
STAFF TOILET PROVIDE 24 STRAND SINGLE MODE FIBER AND TERMINATE ON
21 F 60" 129 142
SHAKOPEE CITY

CR
CR
24 145 PRIVACY BOTH ENDS.
CR-4 CR-5 144 12 PROVIDE REQUIRED CONDUIT FOR DATA, PHONE, AND
1
CR
TV
192" 1
4 24 MICROPHONE AT THIS LOCATION. LOW VOLTAGE CONTRACTOR TO
HALL

F
J J J PROVDE (1) CAT 6 CABLE PER SEAT LOCATION.
CR-9
13 24 13 PROVIDE REQUIRED CONDUIT AND BOX(ES) FOR DOCUMENT
126"
25 5
TV

CAMERA LOW VOLTAGE CONDUCTORS. VERIFY EXACT LOCATION

F
F
J AC 25 STAIR A WITH ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS AND ELEVATIONS.
22 12 21 RECEPTION 146
J

3 CONFERENCE 14 CONDUIT FOR A/V IN COUNCIL CHAMBERS 101, EXECUTIVE


J AC 130 148 CONFERENCE ROOM 111, AND COUNCIL WORK ROOM 112 IS TO RUN KEY PLAN
A.2 21
12 DA
23
COUNCIL 24 20 TO BROADCASTING 114. ALL A/V SYSTEM CABLES SHALL BE
TERMINATED IN THE BROADCAST ROOM, INCLUDING CABLES FOR
CHAMBERS FAAP
J

CAMERAS AND PROJECTORS.


110 23
DA
DA DA
6 15 PROVIDE FSR FL-500P OR APPROVED EQUAL FLOOR BOX AT THIS
TRUE NORTH
13 DA LOCATION. LOW VOLTAGE CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE CAT 6 CABLE

J
F F J J J
J

14 16 CR CR
12 J AND DATA CONNECTION TO FLOOR BOX.
CR-6 18 17 6
B.3
J

SOUTH CR-7 16 PROVIDE REQUIRED CONDUIT, WIRING, AND CONNECTION FOR


TYP. 3 CORRIDOR
J

LOBBY 23 DOOR LOCK OVERRIDE FOR CONTROLLING LOCK/UNLOCK STATUS


3 101 103 OF READER DOORS AT RECEPTION DESK.
J

CR-8 CR 15 J 15
J

DA 17 PROVIDE 2 GANG BOX AND 1” CONDUIT STUBBED UP TO CEILING.


BOX TO BE MOUNTED AT 45” AFF. LOW VOLTAGE CONTRACTOR TO
7
J

2
PROVIDE RG6 CABLE AND CONNECTION FOR CABLE TV
CONNECTION TO WALL PLATE.
F

15 15
J

COMMUNITY
J 18 PROVIDE 1 GANG BOX AND 1” CONDUIT STUBBED UP TO CEILING.
A.3 ROOM

P
DA 21 27 BOX TO BE MOUNTED AT 18” AFF.
J J J 21 108
12 12 126" C.1 15 15 19 PROVIDE REQUIRED CONDUIT FOR AV CONNECTION TO CHIEF
PAC526 WALL BOX AT THIS LOCATION (BOX PROVIDED BY OTHERS).
LOW VOLTAGE CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE RG6 CABLE FOR CABLE

P P
F
TV

21 TV CONNECTION TO BOX.
15 15
20 PROVIDE FAAP AT THIS LOCATION. NEW EQUIPMENT SHALL BE
A.5 COMPATIBLE WITH AND TIED INTO EXISTING “NOTIFIER” SYSTEM.
21 PROVIDE 1” CONDUIT FOR CAMERA AT THIS LOCATION BACK TO ISSUE # DATE DESCRIPTION
VESTIBULE BROADCASTING ROOM. CAMERA TO BE MOUNTED AT 92” AFF.
11 100
P 04/06/2016 Construction Documents
22 SECURITY CAMERA AT THIS LOCATION TO BE MOUNTED AT 92” AFF.
8 2 04/28/2016 Addendum #2
CR

STORAGE CR-1 23 LOW VOLTAGE CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE CAT 6 CABLE FOR


9 08/12/2016 PR-04
WIRELESS ACCESS POINT AT THIS LOCATION. EACH W.A.P.
105 12 09/28/2016 PR-06
LOCATION SHALL HAVE A SERVICE LOOP OF CAT 6 CABLE. WAP
A.4 DEVICES WILL BE PROVIDED BY OWNER. 10/10/2016 Low Voltage Solicitation
24 LOW VOLTAGE CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE ANALOG CABLE AND
JACK AT THIS LOCATION.
25 LOW VOLTAGE CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE ANALOG CABLE FOR
FURNITURE CONNECTION TO PRINTER AT WORK BENCH.
NORTH 26 LOW VOLTAGE CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE ANALOG TELEPHONE
CORRIDOR CABLE FOR ELEVATOR.
102 27 ALL CAT6 CABLES, RG6 CABLES, AND ANALOG PHONE CABLES, IN
VENDING AREA INDICATED BY ARROW, TO BE ROUTED THROUGH
104 F BROADCAST ROOM TO EXISTING IT ROOM IN POLICE STATION AND
TERMINATED.

CR-2
B.1
CR

CR-3

9
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CERTIFICATION
I hereby certify that this plan, specification or
report was prepared by me or under my direct
supervision and that I am a duly Licensed
Professional Engineer under the laws of the
State of Minnesota.
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DATE 04/06/2016
DRAWN BY JTO
CHECKED BY CSK
COMMISSION NUMBER 1087.08
SHEET TITLE

8
LEVEL 1
FS
10
ELECTRICAL
SYSTEMS PLAN
11/17/2016 10:19:27 AM

TS

SHEET NUMBER
1 LEVEL 1 ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS FLOOR PLAN
E201 1/8" = 1'-0"

E201
© 2015 BKV Group, Inc. EOE
A

B
ELECTRICAL FLOOR PLAN GENERAL NOTES
CIRCUIT ALL EXIT SIGNS AND EGRESS LIGHTING TO NEAREST
EMERGENCY/LIFE SAFETY PANEL AHEAD OF ANY SWITCHING.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE TO MAINTAIN FIRE
RATINGS OF ALL PENETRATIONS THROUGH WALL, FLOOR AND/OR CEILING AS
REQUIRED BY CODE. PROVIDE FIRE RATED ENCLOSURES FOR RECESSED
FIXTURES AND DEVICES INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO DOWN LIGHTS,
SPEAKERS, POKE-THRU FLOOR BOXES, ETC.
B KV
G R O U P
Architecture
C PROVIDE CONDUIT FOR ALL EXPOSED LOW-VOLTAGE WIRING, INCLUDING BUT
NOT LIMITED TO FIRE ALARM, SECURITY CAMERAS, DOOR ACCESS CONTROLS Interior Design
AND DATA LINES AS REQUIRED BY CODE AND/OR LOCAL AUTHORITY HAVING
JURISDICTION. Landscape Architecture
D COORDINATE EXACT LOCATION OF BUILDING MOUNTED EXTERIOR LIGHTING
WITH ARCHITECTURAL ELEVATION PLANS.
Engineering
E FIRE ALARM SYSTEM TO BE DESIGNED BY FIRE ALARM SUBCONTRACTOR.
DEVICES IF PRESENT ARE SHOWN FOR COORDINATION PURPOSES ONLY. SEE
SPEC 288000.
Boarman
Kroos
F REFER TO ARCHITECTURAL, MECHANICAL AND PLUMBING PLANS AND
SPECIFICATIONS FOR EQUIPMENT, DEVICES AND APPLIANCE POWER

Vogel
REQUIREMENTS. EQUIPMENT AND DEVICES SHOWN ON PLANS ARE FOR
REFERENCE ONLY. VERIFY LOCATION AND QUANTITIES.<