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Community Project Updates

Below are brief updates on many ongoing maintenance and landscape projects in and around the community. Click on a link below to go directly to that section.

GRF Project Updates
Third Project Updates
United Project Updates
City of Laguna Woods Projects (also visit www.lagunawoodscity.org)
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GRF Project Updates

Aliso Creek Bridge Guardrail:  On October 7, 2014 the GRF Board approved replacing the existing bridge guardrail.  Staff is working with the M&C Chair to approve the RFP, SOW and bidder’s list per the GRF Delegations Matrix.  The bids for the project are being evaluated and the Project will be discussed at the May 18 GRF M&C meeting.  The Board approved the horizontal railing design and the contract for the installation will be finalized.  The guardrail will be replaced after the upcoming rain season.

Aliso Creek Restroom:  On May 5, 2015 the GRF Board approved renovating the Aliso Creek restrooms.  Staff is working with the GRF M&C to approve the RFP, SOW and bidder’s list per the GRF Delegations Matrix.  Project bids received and the Committee approved the contract award.  GRF approved supplemental funding so the contract has been sent out for signature and once signed the work will be scheduled.  Design build plans are in progress and have been submitted to the City for approval.  Construction will begin once the plans are approved.

Gate 5 and 6 Renovation: GRF approved a 2014 Capital Plan to renovate Gate 5.  An RFP was issued for Architectural Services and a contract has been awarded.  A kick off meeting for the project was scheduled the week of May 5.  The Consultant has submitted the Civil Engineering Plans for grading review and Architectural plans for building department review.  The Board has approved changing the project scope from constructing a new gatehouse to renovating the existing gatehouse.  Staff will work with the GRF M&C Committee to develop an updated scope of work for the project to present to the Board for approval.  The M&C Committee reviewed preliminary cost estimates at a special meeting on October 29, 2014 and the Committee formed a task force to prepare a project scope and preliminary budgets.  Floor plans and elevations have been presented at various GRF M&C meetings.  A consultant is underway working on the design at Gates 5 and 6.  The plans have been submitted to the City for planning and building plan check review.  The Architect is re-submitting the plans Friday October 16, 2015   At the March 3, 2015 GRF meeting the Board approved adding Gate 6 to the Gate 5 renovation project.  The contract is signed and the Contractor has pulled the permit.  The modular gatehouse has been ordered and a construction schedule is being finalized.

Gate Access System Pilot Program: GRF approved a pilot program to provide a gate access system for Gates 5 and 6.  A SOW and RFP is being finalized for the Project and was approved at the March 31, 2015 GRF Security Committee meeting.  The RFP has been issued and the pre-bid meeting is scheduled the week of April 20th.  The bids were submitted on May 20.  Due to the limited amount of bids received GRF contracted with a Security Consultant to assist in developing the RFP and specifications.  The proposed Gate Access RFP will be presented at the January 21, 2016 GRF Security Committee Meeting.

GRF Alternative Energy Ad Hoc Committee:  At the recent GRF Energy meetings, the committee came to a consensus to direct Staff to prepare the following items:

  1. Community Center Table Tennis and Fitness Room LED Tube Replacements: The Board approved replacing the lighting in Table Tennis and the Fitness Center in the Community Center with LED tubes.  Staff met with the City to discuss permit and Title 24 requirements.  The Board approved supplemental funding.  The contractor has completed LED tube installations.
  2. Indoor LED Installations at GRF Facilities: GRF facilities were inspected by a contractor for areas to install LED lights and receive rebates.  The Community Center and Clubhouses 1, 3, 5, and 6 were identified as candidates for LED installations.  The contractor has completed the LED installations.
  3. Johnson Controls, Inc. (JCI): The GRF Energy Committee established a sub Committee to meet with Johnson Controls, Inc. (JCI) regarding potential energy saving projects throughout the Community.  The Board approved supplemental appropriation to have JCI perform their energy efficiency study.  That contract has been signed and the kick off meeting was held on October 13, 2015. Currently Staff is sending requested data to JCI for their analysis and granting them access to GRF facilities.  JCI went over the Scope of Work Workshop at the GRF Energy Meeting on November 23, 2015.  They will present their report at the January 20, 2015 GRF Energy Committee meeting.

 

The next GRF Energy Committee meeting is Wednesday January 20, 2016 at 1:30 pm in the Sycamore Room.

Clubhouse 2 Renovation: The Board approved appropriating money for the Clubhouse 2 renovation design on August 5, 2014 and construction funding was approved in the 2015 Capital Plan.  The Clubhouse 2 Renovation Ad Hoc Committee has set project objectives and hired a third party owner’s representative (construction/project manager).  The owner's representative attended the first meeting on November 10 and the Committee approved him to start soliciting Consultant proposals.  The Committee reviewed preliminary designs from two Architects’ at their January 14, 2015 meeting.  The Board approved proceeding with the Ad Hoc recommended Architect, Carlile Coatsworth Architects.  Their preliminary designs are posted on the website and in the Community Center lobby for Community review.  The kick off meeting with the Architect was at the February 18 meeting and follow up floor plans were presented at the April 13 meeting.  The Committee approved the Architect submitting floor plans reviewed at their April 27 meeting to the City.  The Committee also approved shutting down Clubhouse 2 on August 3, 2015 to start preparing for construction.  A Contractor has been hired to perform the preconstruction services for the renovation.  The plans have been submitted to the City for plan check review.  The Board is approved a supplemental appropriation at special meeting on Friday August 14.  Bid alternates and value engineering is underway.  The construction contract has been signed and demo began on October 12.  The next meeting is February 8, 2016 at 9:30 am in the Board Room.


The owner’s representative is George Hedley of Hedley Construction.


 Third Project Updates:

Exterior Wasteline Remediation:  The wastelines in the community are aging and are prone to root intrusion especially through the joints between pipe segments.  Root intrusion can cause sewer backups and stoppages that affect the plumbing of the manors.  The wasteline remediation program involves an outside plumbing contractor installing a seamless liner within the existing pipes to help mitigate future root intrusion.  All pipes are video recorded before and after the process to confirm the pipe is a candidate and that the job was done appropriately.  If there are consistent internal issues, these are also investigated and addressed during the wasteline remediation program.  The program commenced 2011.  To date over 16,265 linear feet of liner has been installed in 307 sewer pipes and laterals.  Currently Staff is scheduling waste lines that have ongoing root issues and those pipes identified by the in-house plumbing crew (WC914).

Third Mutual Dry Rot Related Projects/Programs:

Third Mutual Garden Villa Beam Replacements:  Replacement of exterior wood rotted glulam beams. Below is the list of affected buildings that are part of the replacement program:

Completed:  B4006, B2399, B5519, B2400, B2402, B2403, B2401, B2397, B2398, B2384, B2385, B2386, B2389, B2390, B2404, B2405, B5500, B4009, B4010, B4011, B4007, B4006, B4008, B5518,

B5515, B3420, B3242, B3241, B5517, B3421, B5371, B5510, B3244, B3243, B5499

Construction scheduled for 2015 - 2016: B5511, B969, B3499, B5370, B5372, B5519

Completed Construction 2015: B5511

Under Construction 2016: B3499

Construction began on building 3499 in mid-November 2015 and is estimated to be completed by the end of January 2016. Construction on building 5519 will begin  late January 2016.


Third Mutual LH21 Stairway Beam Replacements: Below is the list of affected buildings that are part of the replacement program.

Completed 2013:  Buildings B4001, B4003, B4004, B4005, B4002

Completed 2014: B3498, B3510

Construction Scheduled to Start 2016: 4012, 4013, 4014, 4015, 4025, 4026, 3336, 3363, 3364, 3365, 3371, 5369, 3486, 3500 and 3501.

Staff presented a report with a plan and alternatives on how to proceed with the LH21 Beam replacements to the Third M&C Committee at a special meeting on March 3, 2015.  The Committee directed Staff to seek a proposal from a Structural Engineer.  Structural Engineer has been retained to perform evaluations for the above buildings. The Structural Engineer’s report is complete and was presented at the June 1st M&C Committee meeting. Committee has reviewed alternate means of repairs from the engineer at their July 6th meeting.  Costs of the alternatives will be evaluated by the M&C.  The Committee narrowed it down to two repairs alternatives.  Plans for the remaining 15 buildings work are being drawn with the Committees option 2 (replacing structural beams with steel beams).  The project bidding on Building 4015 is completed and the bid analysis was presented to committee in November for alternative selection and bid award. The Committee selected option 2 (replace rotted structural beam with steel beam instead of wood beams) and directed staff to obtain additional bids to complete all 15 buildings. Purchasing has completed the revised RFP and scheduled a meeting for review on January 26, 2016.

Under Construction 2015: None


Parapet / Stucco Wall Repairs - Gate 11 Area: Several Villa Paraisa style homes in the Gate 11 area have had parapet roof line leaks causing wood rot and wall damage. Construction repairs are being made as each building is reported and inspected.

Completed 2013: B5310, B5107

Completed 2014: B5180, B5019, B5100

Completed 2015: B5177 and B5241

Under Construction 2015/2016:  Construction in building 5109 commenced in 2015 and is anticipated to conclude by end of January 2016.

Construction Scheduled for 2016: Construction on building 5169 is scheduled to commence in January of 2016.


2011/2012 Mid Cycle Dry Rot Inspection Project: The 2011/2012 Wood Rot projects addressing structural and architectural wood damage are underway. The 2015 Wood Rot Inspections Report program has also begun. Below are the estimated scheduled dates of work being completed.                                                                                                    

Design Phase: Structural engineering plans and permits (17 buildings) – Complete

Design Phase: Structural engineering plans and permits (31 buildings) – Complete

Construction Phase: The Board appropriated $1.1 million dollars to complete mid cycle dry rot inspection. Bids reviewed and contractor selected.  Contract signed and work is underway.

Completed in 2015: CDS 226, 215, 206, and 217.

Completed in 2016: CDS 329 and San Amadeo (B3232, B3233, B3235).

Construction 2016: Project on hold pending contract issue resolution.

CDS 353, 361, 362, 363, 364, 365, 366, 367, 368, 369, 370, 371, 372, 373, 374, 375, 355, 356, 357, Ave Sosiega (B5541-B5543), Luz del Sol (B5575-B5578), Rayo del Sol (B5546, B5550, B5551, B5553, B5554), Via Dicha (B5580-B5583, B5585, B5586), Via La Mesa (B5520-B5522, B5524-B5525, B5527-B5530, B5532-B5538), Via Portoro (B5563, B5565-B5566), Vista del Mando (B5597).

Third Mutual Prior to Paint Dry Rot Repairs:

2014 Paint and Prior to Paint Programs: Non-structural repairs are completed on all buildings and all buildings have been painted.  All structural repairs assigned to in-house crews have been completed. There are 17 smaller scale structural repairs assigned to outside contractors, with 1 project in progress and 16 common wall projects that are on hold and waiting for Board direction.

2015 Paint and Prior to Paint Programs: There are 147 residential buildings on the Mutual’s 2015 Paint Program. Non-structural repair work on those buildings commenced in November and is complete on 123 buildings and currently in progress on the 2 to last cul de sac on the Program.  Structural repairs have been completed on 77 buildings on the Paint Program Schedule. There are 26 buildings currently in progress.  Painting of buildings has been completed in first 20 cul de sacs/groupings and is in progress in the 21 cul de sac/grouping.


Other Third Mutual Projects/Programs:

Elevator Replacement Program:  The Elevator Replacement Contract has been awarded. Ten (10) elevators were selected for the 2016 Improvement Project. Construction Improvements and interior remodels will begin early March 2016. Letters outlining the repair process will be mailed January 2016 to all residents and owners whose elevators will be improved in 2016. Residents will also receive a 30 day notice prior to construction.

Completed 2014: B2353, B3498, B3242, B4013, B3486, B3421, B3241, B2385, B3371, B5515

Completed 2015: B2400, B2405, B3365, B2354, B5370, B2392, B3336, B3501, B4015, B4016

Elevator Improvement List-2016: B969, B2391, B2393, B2395, B2396, B2398, B3510, B4004, B4025, B4026

Under Construction 2016: B4004 start date is approximately late February 2016


Elevator and Mailroom Tile Floor Cleaning Project: The Elevator and Mailroom Tile Floor Cleaning Project have been approved. Approximately 30 elevator tile floors (multi-level buildings) will be cleaned and sealed. Approximately 20 mailroom tile floors will be cleaned and sealed. The grout joints will be cleaned and sealed.

The Scope of work has been completed and a Contractor has been selected. In late October 2015 the Contractor was unable to meet Insurance requirements and Purchasing is seeking a new Contractor. Purchasing was able to obtain a new Contractor and sign a contract. Below is a summary of the elevator and mailroom floors that are to be cleaned:

Buildings with elevator and mailroom tile floors: B2353, B2354, B2385, B2392, B2400, B2405, B3241, B3421,  B3499, B4010, B5370, B5372, B5499, B5500, B5511, B5515, B5517, B5518, B5519.

Buildings with Elevator tile floors only (All LH-21): B3336, B3365, B3371, B3486, B3498, B3501, B4003, B4006, B4013, B4015.

Floors Cleaned and Sealed-2015: B2353, B2354, B2385, B2392, B2400, B2405, B3241, B5370, B5372, B3499, B4010, B5499

Floors Cleaned and Sealed-2016: B5511, B5515

TLHM 3-Story Building Fire Alarm System Engineering:  The OCFA (Orange County Fire Authority) approved the fire alarm upgrades without additional code restriction mandates.  The program began in 2011 and ends in 2016, 81 three-story buildings fire alarm systems are to be replaced.

Completed 2013: B2395, B2398, B2399, B2400, B2401, B2402, B2403, B2404, B2405, B2396, B969, B3337,B3338, B3363, B3335, B3336, B3364, B3365

Construction Schedule 2014:  B3366, B3367, B3371, B3486, B3498, B3500, B3501, B3510, B4001, B4002, B4003, B4004, B4005, B4012, B4013, B4014, B4015, B4025

Completed 2014: B3366, B3367, B3371, B3486, B3498, B3500, B3501, B4001, B4002, B4003, B4004,

 B4005, B4012, B4013

Under Construction 2015: On hold per Third Board of Directors

The Board requested letters be sent to all residents of the 42 completed buildings explaining the operation of the new fire alarm systems installed. Staff mailed 914 letters to residents on December 26, 2014.

The Third Board of Directors implemented a “Stop work order” during the 2014 Fire Alarm installation process. Buildings 4014, 4015 and 4025 were in progress when the stop work notice was issued.  The Board approved completing the existing 2014 fire alarms already under construction with the exception of Building 4014.  Per the direction of the Third Board on March 12, 2015 the fire alarm conduit was removed from Building 4014. The exterior stucco holes were patched and drywall repaired in the laundry rooms. All stucco and drywall patches were painted.

During the April 6, 2015 Third M&C Committee meeting the Committee Members reviewed the Consultant’s Fire Alarm Report. After reviewing the report the M&C Committee addressed resolving the surface mounted conduit on the Villa Nueva style LH-21 buildings. The Committee approved visiting a Villa Nueva LH-21 building while on their next bus tour to inspect and discuss alternatives to beautify the recently installed fire alarm systems in the 4000 area.

While on April 2015 bus tour the Committee directed staff to seek estimate to move the fire alarm conduit in certain areas of Villa Nueva buildings.  Staff has requested a cost estimate from the Fire Alarm Contractor to re-route conduit by the laundry room and move breezeway devices to archway locations.

The fire alarm quote to re-route conduit has been received and will be presented at the Third M&C Committee meeting July 6, 2015.

During the July 6, 2015 Third M&C Committee meeting Staff presented the quote to re-route the Villa Nueva fire alarm electrical conduit and relocate the controller into the laundry room. The Committee denied the quote and directed Staff to meet with a consultant chosen by a member and research alternatives. Staff has obtained consultant information and continues to attempt to schedule a meeting (discuss fire alarm alternatives). Staff spoke with consultant and determined no viable solutions were offered.

September 2015, Johnson Controls Inc. is investigating all aspects of the fire alarm systems installed on multi-level buildings.

Waterline Epoxy:   Several buildings in Third Laguna Hills Mutual (TLHM) have a large number of leaks in the interior copper water lines.  The majority of these high leak buildings are Garden Villas in the Gate 5 area west of Via Mariposa and adjacent to the 27-hole Golf Course.  The following fifty buildings have experienced the most leaks and are either scheduled for epoxy lining or have already been completed.

Completed 2011: B2386, B2392

Completed 2012: B2403, B2400, B2399, B2393, B2384, B2404, B2391, B2390, B2389, B2388, B2370, B2385.

 

Completed 2013: B2369, B2405, B2394, B969, B2401, B2396, B2387, B2381, B2395, B3335, B2397,B2380, B3003.

Completed 2014: B2353, B2354, B2355, B2402, B2297, B2314, B2315, B2318, B2321, B3000,

B3212, B3516.

Completed 2015: B2275, B3200.

Proposed Construction for 2016: At the November 2015 M&C meeting, Committee approved epoxy lining the following 10 buildings: 3200, 5414, 5447, 5448, 5053, 5249, 5311, 5451, 5590, and 5373.  A change order to the contract has been issued and, the work is scheduled to start on 12/14/15.

Completed 2016: B5053.      

Pending Building: Building 2302 A, B and C manors are remaining and are on hold due to medical reasons.

 

Third Water Heater Electrical UpgradesThe water heater electric systems in1,986 manors require either an inspection and/or upgrade from a 20 amp breaker to a 30 amp breaker and increased wire size from 12 gauge to 10 gauge wire.  A program to have the electricians inspect and perform preventative maintenance on the manors electric panels was added to this project. The upgrade program commenced in 2011. To date 1,980 manors have been upgraded. There are 6 manors requiring an inspection and /or a water heater electrical upgrade to complete the project.  Most of these manors are going through the compliance process.

 

TLHM Water Conservation Pilot project:  Inspections conducted by Board members identified potential toilet replacements at 25 manors, totaling 43 toilets.  The Mutual directed Staff to replace the toilets, charging the materials to the Mutual and the labor to the member, with the Mutual recovering the majority of the materials costs through the rebate application process.  To date, 25 of the candidate toilets have been replaced, 11 toilets were already low-flow toilets that could be repaired, 2 installations could not be completed due to dimensions/configurations not compatible with the standard toilet fixture, 4 toilet replacements were refused.  Pre-inspections for site conditions and replacement scheduling is underway at one location (1 toilets).

 

Wall Security at Gate 11: Committee approved heightening the shepherd hooks in the parameter wall near Gate 11 to increase the security in this area, funded from a supplemental appropriation. Scope of work is completed and the pre-bid meeting was held on 12/3/2015.  The bids were received on 12/23/2015 and the contract was rewarded at the RFP study group meeting on 1/12/15. The work is currently being scheduled.

 

47 Garden Villa Building LED Replacements:  Resolution 03-15-72 authorized the installations of LED lighting in 47 Garden Villa type 3-story building recreation rooms, laundry rooms, garages, and lobbies.  Work began in December 2015, and is expected to be complete in April 2016.

 

Interior Wasteline Remediation:   At the November 2015 meeting the Third Board authorized a supplemental appropriation in the amount of $250,000, funded from the Replacement Fund to fund a Voluntary Under Slab Wasteline Replacement Program.  Members whose manors are undergoing major remodeling and who have cleared their manors of interior flooring, improvements, personal property and furnishings may voluntarily seek replacement of the under slab wastelines serving their manor.  After determining the manor meets certain criteria as determined by the Third Laguna Hills Mutual, the Mutual will perform the under slab wasteline replacement at Mutual expense. The SOW and RFP are being finalized and will be issued to bidders once complete.

 


United Project Updates

United Water Heater Electrical Upgrades:  The water heater electric system in all manors require an inspection and/or electrical upgrade. The breaker size will increase from 20 to 30 amps, the wire size will increase from 12 to 10 gauge and an isolated ground bus will be installed in the manor’s sub panel. The program commenced in 2011.  The total inspections and/or upgrades to be completed are approximately 6,323. On February 10, 2015 The Board of Directors approved Resolution 01-15-32 authorizing the completion of the remaining water heater electrical upgrades. Staff is presently scheduling appointments and the upgrades are being performed. To date 6,304 manors have been upgraded. 19 upgrades remain.

United Electrical Panel Maintenance Project:  In the 2015 Reserve Plan, the Board approved a program to perform electrical panel maintenance on approximately 3,000 manors.  Approximately 1,970 manors require the procedure. Once the bidding process was completed the M&C Committee reviewed the sealed bids and selected a Contractor. While staff investigates the electrical outlet capacities in the carports the M&C Committee placed the project on temporary hold. The Contract has been signed and taken off of hold. Staff is formulating all administrative duties including scheduling. Estimated start date: Late February 2016.

Exterior Wasteline Remediation:  The wastelines in the community are aging and are prone to root intrusion especially through the joints between pipe segments.  Root intrusion can cause sewer backups and stoppages that affect the plumbing of the manors.  The wasteline remediation program involves an outside plumbing contractor installing a seamless liner within the existing pipes to help mitigate future root intrusion.  All pipes are video recorded before and after the process to confirm the pipe is a candidate and that the job was done appropriately.  If there are consistent internal issues, these are also investigated and addressed during the wasteline remediation program.  The program commenced 2011.  To date over 21,896 linear feet of liner has been installed in 403 sewer pipes and laterals.  Currently Staff is scheduling waste lines that have ongoing root issues and those pipes identified by the in-house plumbing crew (WC914).

Plumbing Fixture Compliance Investigation:  At its June 12, 2014 Business Planning meeting, United Mutual approved funds to implement a 4-year, noncompliant plumbing fixture replacement program starting in January, 2015.  All non-compliant toilets are being replaced with a WaterSense-qualified, 1.28 GPF toilet. Identification of non-compliant toilets is completed during manor resale inspections, general plumbing repair calls, vacant manor inspections and by resident request.

The Metropolitan Water District approved the Mutual’s submittal of rebates through May of 2015. Rebate funding of up to $100 per are in process (maximum of $90,000). El Toro Water District, on behalf of United Mutual, submitted rebate program applications for up to $65,000 in funding for Fiscal Year 2015/2016.

 

United Mutual Prior to Paint Dry Rot Repairs:

2014 Paint and Prior to Paint Programs: Non-structural repairs are completed on all buildings and all buildings painted. All structural repairs assigned to in-house crews have been completed. There are 2 smaller scale structural repairs assigned to outside contractors, and both are in progress.

2015 Paint and Prior to Paint Programs: Resolution 01-14-90 authorized an early start to the 2015 Prior to Paint activities with the goal of advancing the Prior to Paint activities to start six months ahead of the arrival of the paint crew at the buildings on the Paint Program. Inspections on the 2015 Paint Program buildings were completed in 2011. There are 116 residential buildings on the Mutual’s 2015 Paint Program.  Non-structural repair work on those buildings commenced in November 2014 and is complete on all buildings.  Structural repairs have been completed in 7 cul de sacs.  Structural repairs are in progress for buildings in 3 cul de sacs.  We are waiting on plan preparation or City plan check/permit issuance for buildings in CDS 37, CDS 16 and CDS 34.  Painting of buildings has been completed in the first 11 cul de sacs and is in progress on the final cul de sac (CDS 34).

 

Other United Mutual Projects/Programs:

United Indoor LED Installations Pilot Program: At the June 2015 meeting the United M&C Committee directed Staff to perform a pilot indoor LED installation at various United manors.  These manors were inspected by a contractor for areas to install LED lights and receive rebates.  The LED lights have been installed at pilot manors and the program is complete. This upgrade is at zero cost to residents.  There is expected to be another round of funding in 2016.

United Outdoor Common Area LED Installations: United Mutual would like to take advantage of LED rebates at common areas including carports, laundry facilities, and multi-story buildings.  A contractor has inspected for areas to install LED lights and receive rebates. Staff will work directly with the United Energy Committee.

 

Composed: 01/27/2011 | Modified: 10/22/2015

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