The doors at the Manteca Senior Center do not meet current Americans with Disabilities Act standards.
In order to bring them into compliance, it will cost $23,650 to replace them.
The Manteca City Council on Tuesday will consider authorizing the money to be spent for the door project when they meet at 7 p.m. at the Civic Center, 1001 W. Center St.
Originally R&S Erection of Stockton quoted a cost of $17,950 for the work. But when it was determined the vendor failed to quote the job at prevailing wages as required by California Senate Bill 854 for a job of the scope the city is undertaking, they had to resubmit a new quote that added just under $6,000 to the cost.
It will dovetail into major improvements last year that brought the council chambers up to current ADA standards as well.
Early next year work will start on a $250,000 to install public access restrooms that are also ADA compliant at the Civic Center for use during meetings in the council chambers and when residents visit the campus to conduct business.
It is the last major phase of bringing the council chambers up to current ADA requirements.
The restrooms will go on a grassy area immediately north of the council chambers and a walkway connecting the police department with the public works/city manager’s wing at the Civic Center complex.