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Lake Eola Fountain Renovation Options. January 10, 2011. Fountain renovation. Fountain was damaged in 2009 as a result of a lightning strike Green plexiglass shell and aluminum framework have deteriorated significantly (53 years old)

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Lake eola fountain renovation options

Lake Eola Fountain Renovation Options

January 10, 2011


Fountain renovation

  • Fountain was damaged in 2009 as a result of a lightning strike

  • Green plexiglass shell and aluminum framework have deteriorated significantly (53 years old)

  • Current pumping configuration has a high power demand and the equipment is obsolete

  • Current fountain lighting is provided by incandescent bulbs; few options for providing colored light shows and very energy intensive


Fountain renovation

  • City secured the services of Freeport Fountains, through design build selection process, to undertake the fountain renovation

  • Freeport received Council approval on August 18, 2010 to proceed with renovation design

  • Design report was completed in December; Freeport proposed a base renovation option of updating the fountain with current technology and offered five options for upgrading the show capabilities


Budget available
Budget available

$1,200,000 Risk Management Fund

$ 400,136 CRA Fund

$ 300,000 Insurance proceeds

$ 32,716 C&Y Trust Funds

Total budget available: $1,932,842


Base renovation
Base renovation

  • Replacing plexiglass shell and aluminum frame

  • Replacing fixed speed pumps with variable frequency drive, energy efficient pumps

  • Replacing outdated control panels

  • Replacing incandescent lights with energy efficient LEDs

  • Replacing existing piping and jets


Base renovation cost
Base renovation cost

Temporary repairs $ 44,866

Design fees $ 137,167

City PM and CM $ 40,000

Base renovation $1,198,607

Contingency $ 95,291

Total base renovation $1,515,931

Budget remaining $ 416,921


Option 1 enhancement
Option 1 enhancement

  • Constructing base renovation improvements

  • Adding colored LEDs to upper and lower rings

  • Provides opportunity for colored light show choreographed to music


Option 1 cost
Option 1 cost

Base renovation $ 1,515,931

Enhanced Lighting $ 71,112

Total Option 1 $1,587,043

Budget remaining $ 345,809


Option 2 enhancement
Option 2 enhancement

  • Constructing base renovation improvements

  • Adding colored LEDs to upper and lower rings

  • Adding infrastructure for 42 programmable jets

  • Option 2 will look and function the same as Option 1, but will prepare fountain for future improvements


Option 2 cost
Option 2 cost

Base renovation $ 1,515,931

Enhanced Lighting $ 71,112

Jet infrastructure $ 276,636

Total Option 2 $1,863,679

Budget remaining $ 69,173


Option 3 enhancement
Option 3 enhancement

  • Constructing base renovation improvements

  • Adding colored LEDs to upper and lower rings

  • Adding infrastructure for 42 programmable jets

  • Installing 14 new cascade jets and LED lights in the lower ring


Option 3 cost
Option 3 cost

Base renovation $ 1,515,931

Enhanced Lighting $ 71,112

Infrastructure and jets $ 339,463

Total Option 3 $1,926,506

Budget remaining $ 6,346


Option 4 enhancement
Option 4 enhancement

  • Constructing base renovation improvements

  • Adding colored LEDs to upper and lower rings

  • Adding 42 programmable jets and lighting

  • Provides significantly enhanced show with lights and jets choreographed to music tied into park sound system


Option 4 cost
Option 4 cost

Base renovation $ 1,515,931

Enhanced Lighting $ 71,112

42 new jets $ 522,534

Total Option 4 $2,109,577

Budget shortfall $ 176,725


Option 5 enhancement
Option 5 enhancement

  • Constructing base renovation improvements

  • Adding colored LEDs to upper and lower rings

  • Adding 42 programmable, fully articulated jets and lighting

  • Provides top of the line show with lights and jets choreographed to music tied into park sound system


Option 5 cost
Option 5 cost

Base renovation $ 1,515,931

Enhanced Lighting $ 71,112

42 new jets $ 522,534

Articulation $ 316,511

Total Option 5 $2,426,088

Budget shortfall $ 493,236


Budget opportunities

  • Project has $95,291 in contingency for unforeseen conditions; if no problems are encountered, contingency becomes available

  • LED lights and VFD pumps will create annual energy savings of $37,432. If contingency is not available, we could finance Option 4 improvements by pledging 4.7 years of energy savings towards cost of construction

  • If full contingency is available, reduces energy savings pledge to 2.2 years


Approval options

  • Approve consent Item I-6 as written; staff will proceed with construction of Option 3 (base renovation, lighting enhancements, infrastructure for 28 future jets and 14 new cascade jets)

  • Approve use of contingency and energy savings to finance Option 4 and authorize staff to proceed with construction of this option



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