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PROGRESS REPORT FEBRUARY 2012. Published March 20, 2012. The Banks Project. Master Development Plan. Executive Summary. Summary: Construction. February 2012: Close-out BP#9—Mehring Way guardrail installation complete. BP#11—Outstanding punch list items being addressed.

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progress report february 2012
PROGRESS REPORTFEBRUARY 2012
  • Published March 20, 2012
summary construction
Summary: Construction
  • February 2012: Close-out
    • BP#9—Mehring Way guardrail installation complete.
    • BP#11—Outstanding punch list items being addressed.
  • All that’s left is the paperwork!
  • Public Safety Technologies work ramping up
    • BP#12—Contract awarded to ESI; work already underway
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Bid Package #12

Street Grid/Pedestrian Improvements Design

  • Pedestrian walkway and street improvements planned
    • Part 2 of BP#12 to be bid Fall 2012—sidewalk upstream side of Roebling Bridge, pedestrian bring over Pete Rose Way, construction of Ohio River Trail segment
    • Part 1 of BP#12 to be bid Spring 2013—widening of Second Street sidewalk, removal of Race Street Bridge, reconstruction of portion of Freedom Way, completion of Public Safety technology
summary budget
Summary: Budget
  • All public parties construction (Phases 1 and 2a) work have operated continuously within budget.
  • Approx. $1M Phase 1 contingency can be moved to Phase 2a
  • http://www.thebankspublicpartnership.com/sites/default/files/budget-detail-feb2012.pdf
summary developer
Summary: Developer
  • Carter-Dawson:
  • Phase 1a residential is 99% leased
  • Retail is 80% leased
developer s leasing activity
Developer’s Leasing Activity
  • Holy Grail, Johnny Rockets, Toby Keith, and Police Welcome Center open and operating.
  • The Tin Roof and Crave are finalizing permits and preparing to start construction.
  • Mahogany’s lease is executed; project is in design phase.
  • Lease executed with The Wine Guy; design is underway.
  • Ruth’s Chris is designing their space; construction anticipated to begin second quarter 2012.
summary economic inclusion
Summary: Economic Inclusion
  • The Project maintained the 36% SBE participation commitment (goal for Construction is 30%) as of 1/25/12.
    • SBE: 36%
    • MBE: 15.9%
    • WBE: 2.8%
  • Professional Services (SBE goal is 10%)
    • SBE: 8.1%
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Economic Inclusion

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Bid Packages #5, #6, and #7 are closed out. Substantial work was completed this month by the DBE contractors on Bid Packages #9 & #11; final billings are projected to meet ODOT goals.

Click here for Economic Inclusion reports: http://www.thebankspublicpartnership.com/sites/default/files/economic-inclusion-feb2012.pdf

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Economic Inclusion
  • Combined Minority/Female Workforce participation is 17.44% as of 1/25/12.
  • Minority Workforce (female and male) is 16.14%
  • For the one-month period ending 1/25/12, a total of 89.3% of workers lived within the 15-County Cincinnati-Middletown MSA
  • Local residency analysis 1,406 workers (through 12/25/11)
      • Tri-State 97.7%
      • Cincinnati-Middletown MSA 77%
      • Hamilton County 25.5%
      • City of Cincinnati 9.2%
      • There are no local residency participation goals.
summary safety
Summary: Safety
  • The Project has logged over 416,000 hours worked without a lost-time accident for both Public Parties construction phases through Bid Package #11.
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Cincinnati Parks
  • Phase 1 Walnut Street Fountain and Grand Stairway to open in early Spring.
  • Bike Center design completed in February; scheduled to open in early Spring.
  • Schmidlapp Event Lawn and Stage canopy will be completed late March.
  • Work at Smale Riverfront Park Phase 3 continued.
  • Moerlein Lager House opened 2/27/12.
communications
Communications
  • The Banks Project in the News
  • Over 20 articles mentioning The Banks in February and two progress update presentations delivered.
  • http://www.thebankspublicpartnership.com/sites/default/files/media-summary.pdf
progress february 2012
Progress: February 2012

For more information:

John F. Deatrick

The Banks Project Executive

(513) 946-4434

john.deatrick@hamilton-co.org

http://www.thebankspublicpartnership.com