Public Comment: Intend to Apply- Critical Facilities Hardening Program

Published on June 11, 2020

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Notice is hereby given that the City of Miami Office of Grants Administration is offering citizens the opportunity to make comments on the proposed grant applications for Community Development Block Grant Mitigation (CDBG-MIT) Rebuild Florida Critical Facilities Hardening Program (CFHP) administered by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) with funding provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for disaster mitigation projects. The City will submit the following applications:

Application 1. City of Miami Police Headquarters

The project will consist of retrofitting the building exterior, including installation of impact resistant windows and front doors, hardening the mechanical system, new air conditioners, and improving the electrical & emergency generator systems at the Miami Police Headquarters on 400 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida 33131 at an estimated cost of $9,362,000.00. 

Application 2. City of Miami Fire Rescue Department – Fire Station #9

The project seeks to harden the building’s envelope and upgrade the electrical, HVAC and communication systems at 69 NE 62nd Street, Miami, Florida 33138 at an estimated cost of $1,307,000.00.

Application 3. City of Miami Fire Rescue Department – Fire Station #6

The project seeks to harden the building’s envelope and upgrade the electrical, HVAC and communication systems at 701 NW 36th Street, Miami, Florida 33127 at an estimated cost of $846,000.00.

Application 4. City of Miami Fire Rescue Department – Fire Station #12

The project seeks to harden the building’s envelope and upgrade the electrical, HVAC and communication systems at 1455 NW 46th Street, Miami, Florida 33142 at an estimated cost of $1,423,000.00.

Application 5. City of Miami Fire Rescue Department – Fire Station #2

The project seeks to harden the building’s envelope and upgrade the electrical, HVAC and communication systems at 1901 N Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida 33136 at an estimated cost of $1,104,000.00.

Application 6. City of Miami Office Resiliency Hub at Hadley Park

The project will consist of the installation of emergency generator, electrical upgrades, and installation of windows and doors in compliance with essential facilities designation for the resiliency hub at 1350 NW 50thStreet Miami, Florida 33142 at an estimated cost of $810,000.00. 

The City of Miami will allow 14-day public comment period starting June 15, 2020 and ending June 29, 2020 at 5:00 P.M. Inquiries regarding this notice may be addressed to dgibson@miamigov.com, Attn: Dorian Gibson, and must be received no later than June 29, 2020. Requests for a copy of the proposed application(s) must be submitted to: dgibson@maimigov.com, Attn: Dorian Gibson.  

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