November - City of San Diego Capital Improvement Program Update

Report
Capital Improvement Program
Overview
November 3, 2011
Capital Improvements Program
“CIP”
The CIP is the long-range plan for all individual capital
improvement projects and funding sources
Managing the ‘CIP’ and the infrastructure
collectively known as ‘public works’
Public Works Department
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“A reorganization and consolidation of the
management functions related to the
oversight of ‘public works’ as well as
streamlining the contracting process will
provide services to the public in the most
efficient manner possible.”
– Mayor’s Office
City of San Diego
Streamlining Contracting
The new Public Works Department is responsible for
the procurement of construction and A/E contracts
Transfer of 14 positions
Goal: Reduce Bid-to-NTP Time from 6-8 Months to 2-3
Months
Issues: Insurance, EOC compliance, SAP, etc.
Conducted internal workshop to streamline process
Need Construction Industry’s cooperation
Multi award Construction Contract (MACC)
Features
 Single solicitation that may result in
award to multiple contractors.
 Use the 2-phase Design-Build
Steps
1.
2.
3.
selection procedures.
4.
5.
 Indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity
6.
(IDIQ) contract with no pre-established
7.
fixed contract prices.
 Initially award only 1 contract i.e., the
8.
“Seed Project.”
 Future award of Task Orders on a firm
fixed price basis.
9.
10.
CITY ISSUES RFQ
DESIGN-BUILDERS SUBMIT SOQs
CITY SHORTLISTS THE SOQs AND ISSUES
RFP FOR THE “SEED PROJECT”
BIDDERS SUBMIT PROPOSALS
CITY SELECTS THE BEST PROPOSALS AND
AWARDS 3 OR MORE CONTRACTS
THE 1ST DESIGN-BUILDER BUILDS THE SEED
PROJECT
CITY ISSUES ADDITIONAL RFP(S) FOR
ADDITIONAL TASK(S) AS-NEEDED TO THE 3
OR MORE CONTRACTORS FROM STEP5
CITY SELECTS THE BEST OFFER AND
AWARDS THE TASK
DESIGN-BUILDER BUILDS THE TASK
ORDER
REPEAT STEPS 7, 8, AND 9 UNTIL THE
CONTRACT TIME OR BUDGET IS DEPLETED
Capital Improvement Projects
Unique construction projects that provide tangible long-term
improvements or additions of a fixed or permanent nature such as
land, buildings, and infrastructure.
Project Types
Storm Water and
Water Quality
Airports
Landfill
Wastewater
System
Transportation
Park and
Recreation
Water System
Buildings and
Structures
FY 2012 CIP by Project Type - $208 Million
Water 34%
Airports 1%
Buildings 19%
Wastewater 28%
Transportation 12%
Drainage 0.8%
Golf Courses 0.7%
Parks 1%
Landfills 2%
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Multi-Year CIP by Funding Source
$7.3 Billion
Utilities
Undergrounding 3%
Water 19%
Capital
Outlay 1%
Unidentified 21%
FBA and DIF 10%
TransNet 3%
Financing 5%
Sewer 15%
General Fund
0.5%
Grants and
Donations 6% Mission Bay
Leases 0.4%
Other 15%
Redevelopment
1%
Refuse Disposal 2%
Construction Delivery Methods
Design-Bid-Build
Design-Build (DB/MACC)
General Requirements Contracting (GRC)
Emergency Contracting
Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR)
Public Outreach
CIP Project Delivery Lifecycle
• Project Initiation/Development
• Project Needs Review and
Prioritization
• Preliminary Engineering
• Design, Environmental
and Permitting
• Advertise and Award
• Construction
• Project Capitalization
• Project Close-out
• Service Life (O & M)
Preliminary
Engineering &
Design,
Environmental,
& Permitting
Advertise &
Award
Construction & Project
Close-out
Upcoming Projects for BID
Six Month Look Ahead
Over 65 projects
Total estimated construction
dollars:
$103.7 Million
Website Resources
www.sdsmallcontracts.com
www.sandiego.gov/engineering-cip
Q & A

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