Utah County I-15 CORE: Project Planning and Progress

Report
Project Planning and Progress
Michelle Page | Design Build Engineer
August 2, 2011
Project Need
• EIS initiated in 2004
• Utah County annual growth rate of 5.5%
• Projected 2030 Utah County population:
907,210 (a 22-year growth rate of 75%)
• Aging infrastructure 40+ years old
Project Funding
• EIS from 12300 South to
South Payson completed
August 2008
• 43-mile corridor
estimated cost $5 billion
• 2009 Legislature
allocated $1.725 billion
• Motto 1: Be Flexible
• Motto 2: Stretch south
Fixed-Price, Best-Design Approach
• Bidders develop highest-value, creative
solution for fixed construction budget
• Proposals evaluated on meeting or exceeding
defined criteria, based on project goals
• Fosters competition, innovation
• Best opportunity to achieve the most length,
greatest number of improvements for set
price
Project Goals
Project goals and values approved by Transportation Commission:
Deliver I-15 CORE within the Budget
Provide the Highest Value for the Budget
Minimize Inconvenience to the Public
Complete I-15 CORE by 2014
Uphold the Public Trust
Fixed-Price Procurement Process
Project
Goals
Values
Statement
DB Proposals
Value-Based
Selection
More information at udot.utah.gov
Instructions
to Proposers
Procurement Schedule
Released RFQ: April 2009
Design-builders submitted SOQs: May 2009
Short listed design-builders: May 2009
Commission endorsed values statement: May 2009
Issued RFP: June 2009
Conducted industry outreach and technical proposal discussions:
June – October 2009
Design-builders submitted proposals: November 19, 2009
Announced selected design builder: December 9, 2009
Issued NTP1: January 14, 2010
Issued NTP2: April 19, 2010
Selected Design-Build Team
Provo River Constructors:
• Fluor Enterprises
• Ames Construction Company
• Ralph L. Wadsworth
Construction Company
• Wadsworth Brothers
Construction Company
• Fluor/HDR Global Design
Consultants
• Michael Baker Jr.
• Jacobs Engineering Group
• H.W. Lochner
• Kleinfelder West
• Intermountain
GeoEnvironmental Services
• CRS Consulting Engineers
• Raba-Kistner Consultants
• TransCore IP
• Stillwell & Associates
• Applied Research Associates
• Fehr & Peers Transportation
Consultants
• Psomas
• CME Transportation Group
Final Project Scope
Subject to change
Progress Update
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Project design completed
Project approximately 50% complete
On schedule for December 2012 completion
Approximately $2 million of work every day
during peak construction
Materials
• 5 million tons of fill placed
• 30 miles of pipeline laid
Concrete Paving
• 1 million square
yards of concrete
placed to date
• 2.7 million total for
the project
• Can place 10,00015,000 square
yards per day
Bridges
• 3 reconstructed bridges open to traffic
• 35 bridges currently under construction
Sam White Bridge Move
Labor
• 3.2 million work-hours to date
• Current crew, staff and management: 1,500
Phase-One Traffic Configuration
Phase-Two Configuration
Head-to-Head Configuration, Phase One
Quality Program
Design-Builder’s Role
• Quality Control
• Quality Assurance
UDOT’s Role
• Quality Oversight
Independent Assurance Role
• Certification and testing
Public Involvement Approach
• Owner responsible for all public
communication and outreach
– Team includes managers dedicated to media,
social media, elected officials, and geographic
project segments
– Owner controls messaging and communication
strategy
• Design-builder responsible to provide
accurate, up-to-date information to PI team
Keeping the Public Informed
Annual Survey
How well do you think UDOT is doing on the following?
7.00
1=Very poor, 7=Excellent
6.00
5.18
5.00
4.91
5.27
4.00
3.00
2.00
1.00
Doing a quality job
Managing traffic
2011
Communicating traffic
delays, closures, other info
Annual Survey
Overall, do you think I-15 CORE is worth the investment?
100%
95%
93%
90%
80%
70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
4%
5%
0%
Definitely or Probably
Probably not or Definitely not
2010
2011
For More Information
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: udot.utah.gov/i15core
Hotline: 1-888-i15core
Text messaging: text "i15" to 53535
Facebook: facebook.com/i15core
Twitter: twitter.com/i15core
Weekly e-mail updates:
sign up at udot.utah.gov/i15core
Questions

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