8. Performance-based Maintenance Results by John F

Report
PERFORMANCE-BASED
MAINTENANCE
RESULTS
John F. Obr, P.E.
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Legislatively Mandated - Effective 09/01/1995
 Texas Transportation Code
 Sec. 223.042. Privatization of Maintenance Contracts.
 (a) Of the amount spent in a fiscal year by the department for
maintenance projects, the department shall spend not less
than 50 percent through contracts awarded by competitive
bids.
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Background
 1999 – Piloted Performance Based Contracting
 120 miles of I-35 near Waco and 60 miles of I-20 near Dallas
 Questionable success
 Limited use
– I-35 near Waco currently under 3rd generation PBC
– Rest Areas Contracts
– Single Element Contracts – vegetation management,
striping
– Houston I-45 contract
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IH 45 Contract – 282.204 Centerline Miles
 Work includes Pavement repair,
striping, litter, signs,
illumination, mowing,
landscape maintenance,
storm sewer cleaning,
MBGF, etc.
 Unit costs for incident
management and snow
and ice.
 Not included – pavement
maintenance
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Houston’s IH 45 Contract
 RMC 6236-65-001
 5 year term with ability to extend 36 months
 Engineer’s Estimate $36,902,476.08
 Base Bid – Traditional Unit Cost
 Alternate – Performance-Based
 Let June 2012 with 6 bidders
 Low bid $26,974,243.67
 Transfield Services North America, Transportation Infrastructure
 Bids 2-5 ranged from $39,745,037.71 to $49,210,765.57
 High bid $57,752,928.70 – Only bid on base bid
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Future
TxDOT Executive Director - Phil Wilson - Aug 27, 2012
“As TxDOT works hard to achieve its strategic goals, we are
constantly looking for ways to create value, deliver high
quality work and become more efficient with our available
resources. With this in mind, later today, the department will
announce its intention to issue a Request for Information (RFI)
to privatize some of our routine maintenance work along the I35 and I-45 corridors and in the metropolitan cores of Dallas
and Houston. “
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CURRENT PB TOTAL MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS
Austin Metro Contract
CCSJ 6262-18-001
 Let December 2013
with 4 bidders
 100.9 main lane
centerline miles
 IH 35 through district
 Portions of Loop 1, US
183, & US 290/SH 71
 Engineer’s Estimate
$14,098,360
 Low bid $11,375,544
 ISI Contracting, Inc.
 Work started in April
2014
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CURRENT PB TOTAL MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS
Houston Metro Contract
CCSJ 6262-50-001
 Let January 2014 with 3
bidders
 148.15 main lane
centerline miles
 Major highways inside
Beltway 8 - IH 10, IH
610, US 59, US 290, US
90, US 90A, SH 225, SH
288, SPUR 5, SPUR
527, & SPUR 548
 Engineer’s Estimate
$27,074846.90
 Low bid $23,084,824
Texas Tree & Landscape,
LTD.
 Work started June 2014
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CURRENT PB TOTAL MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS
Bryan IH 45 Corridor Contract
CCSJ 6262-53-001
 Let February 2014 with 5
bidders
 174.80 main lane centerline
miles
 IH 45 – south of IH 20 in
Dallas County to
Montgomery/Walker County
Line
 Engineer’s Estimate
$17,525,663.29
 Low bid $12,894,541.20
 Texas Sterling Construction
Co.
 Work started July 2014
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CURRENT PB TOTAL MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS
Dallas Metro Contract
CCSJ 6264-64-001
 Let July 2014 with 5
bidders
 160.29 main lane
centerline miles
 IH 20, IH 30, IH 35E, IH 45,
IH 345, IH 635, US 75, &
HOV on US 67 and US 75
 Engineer’s Estimate
$21,834,488
 Low bid $19,290,130
 AMEY Consulting USA, Inc.
 Work scheduled to start
November 2014
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Future
 San Antonio Metro – November 2014 letting & April 2015 start
 Yoakum IH 10 Corridor– Spring/Summer 2015 letting
 Beaumont IH 10 Corridor – September 2015 letting
 Waco & Dallas IH 35 Corridor – August 2015 +/- start (end of current
contract)
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TxDOT’s Planned Program
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Summary
Centerline Miles (CLM)
Main
Frontage
Lanes
Roads
Total
Contract $
$/CLM
Austin
100.90
196.10
297.00
$14,098,360.00
$47,469.23
Houston
148.16
201.44
349.60
$27,074,846.90
$77,445.21
Bryan
174.80
252.69
427.49
$12,894,541.20
$30,163.38
Dallas
160.29
150.59
310.88
$19,290,130.00
$62,050.08
Totals >> 1,384.97
$73,357,878.10
Average Cost per centerline mile is $52,967.12
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Performance to Date
 3 new generation contracts active
 10 estimates paid through 08/31/14
 Total paid to contractor = $7,336,315
 Total incentives paid for Safety KPI’s only = $294
– 2 occurrences
 Total disincentives withheld for Safety & Time KPI’s = $519,269
– 4 occurrences for Safety
– 3 occurrences for Time
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Questions
John F. Obr, P.E.
(512) 416-2559
John.Obr@txdot.gov
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