Are you sure that the report says the manganese concentration is 3.3 ppm? That is extremely high if its manganese and would be a very metallic tasting water. Are you sure its not the magnesium concentration or that if it is manganese, the units were actually ppb (parts per billion)?
Using the 45 ppm Ca and assuming the 3.3 ppm is Mg, then the hardness value is confirmed. It is magnesium, not manganese.
The alkalinity indicates that the bicarbonate content is 126 ppm. The overall water report balances acceptably.
Most of the hardness is temporary and the sulfate and chloride are fairly low, so this water is an ideal candidate for alkalinity control by acidification.
All the analyses I just performed where conducted with Bru'n Water. In addition, all the water adjustments you would need to evaluate are also fully supported in Bru'n Water. Dialing in the acid additions is easy with the program since it calculates the actual amount of alkalinity consumed with the acid addition used on the Water Adjustment sheet, In addition, it has you covered for increasing alkalinity too. To brew a really dark beer, this water might need a little more alkalinity to moderate the pH.
Overall, its a decent water to brew with and be able to adjust.