Lincoln Square Abatement and Demolition Project
Information and Time Line
- A limited Pre-demolition Asbestos Inspection Report was completed by EE&G on February 10th, 2012, and was revised March 9, 2012. the updated report identified the following materials as Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM): black floor tile mastic, black cove base mastic, gray interior stucco material coating on interior walls and ceilings, pink wall texture material, white sink coating, and roofing materials. The updated report noted that the gray interior stucco material is likely to become friable during demolition and therefore considered regulated ACM. Confirmatory sampling was conducted in January 2013 by Greenfield Environmental which documented that asbestos containing stucco material was located in the interior walls and ceilings.
- Bid 3115A Request for Proposals (RFP) for Abatement and Demolition went out April 4, 2013.
- The RFP announcement was sent to forty-one (41) recipients (List of Parties Notified). These include services to which contractors subscribe for notification of public projects available for bid.
- Currently (April 17, 2013) there are 26 registered plan holders (Plan Holders)
- Mandatory Pre-bid On-site meeting - April 16, 2013, 9 AM - 11AM
- Bid Opening April 25, 2013, 2 PM at City of Lakeland Purchasing Department Bid Room, 1140 E. Parker Street, Lakeland, FL 33801.
- On May 2, 2013, the Mid Town CRA Advisory Board voted unanimously to recommend the awarding of the Bid to Lakeshore Environmental Contractors, LLC for the Total Abatement and Demolition of all Six (6) structures for the price of $836,000.
- On May 9, 2013, notification was sent to Lakeshore and they have been asked for proof of insurance and to produce a bond for the project completion.
- On May 20, 2013, the City Commission in their capacity as the Community Redevelopment Board voted unanimously to approve the award the bid to Lakeshore.
- A Community Information meeting was held on June 19, 2013 at Simpson Park Community Room. Notifications were sent to area residents and community leaders. Jim Greenfield of Greenfield Environmental made a presentation regarding the processes that would be followed during abatement and demolition and answered questions from area residents regarding the project. Thirty-two attendees were on the sign-in sheets.
- On June 25 at 7 AM Lakeshore Environmental took possession of the site and began work. Greenfield Environmental was also on site and will remain on site during all work hours monitoring air quality.
Analysis of Brownfields Cleanup Alternatives
Pre-Demolition Asbestos Inspection Report
Phase I Environmental Site Assessment - Part 1
Phase I Environmental Site Assessment - Part 2
Phase I Environmental Site Assessment - Part 3
Community Involvement Plan
Quality Assurance Project Plan