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NEW YORK BUILDING
CONGRESS MEETING
NOVEMBER 13, 2014
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UPCOMING MTA CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION SOLICITATIONS
Presented by
David K. Cannon
Sr. Director and Chief Procurement Officer
Law and Procurement Department
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FORECAST SOLICITATION SCHEDULE
2015
CM007
Manhattan GCT Caverns, ESA Project
Contract Range:
Anticipated Solicitation Release :
Contract Duration
Over $100M
January 2015
40 Months
CH057
Harold Structures – Part 3A, Westbound Bypass and D Approach Tunnel, ESA Project
Contract Range:
$50M - $100M
Anticipated Solicitation Release :
January 2015
Contract Duration
24 Months
CH058
Harold Structures – Part 3B, Eastbound Reroute and D Approach Tunnel, ESA Project
Contract Range:
Over $100M
Anticipated Solicitation Release :
September 2015
Contract Duration
40 Months
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CH057
Harold Structures – Part 3A
Eastbound Bypass and D Approach Tunnel
East Side Access Project
Scope of Work
This Contract is for earth and site work, utility relocations, track
realignment, drainage, hazardous material abatement, demolition of
existing structures and construction of new heavy civil structures within
the LIRR Harold Interlocking located in Queens. The major scope
elements include:
• Construction of the new Mainline 48th Street Bridge
• Installation of Retaining Walls
• Construction of the loop box structure extension and retaining
wall
• Construction of the Tunnel D Pit and Approach Structure
• Construction of Catenary Structures
• Installation of monitoring devices for existing structures and
ground conditions
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CM007
GCT Caverns
East Side Access Project
Scope of Work
This Contract shall be responsible for the construction of final concrete
structures and tunnel linings in the new LIRR Grand Central Terminal Caverns.
The major scope elements include :
• Construction of the new LIRR GCT Concourse
• Intermodal Connections and Interfaces with MNR’s GCT including
dining concourse, 45th street cross passageway, 47th street cross
passageway
• 44th Street Ventilation Facility and 50th Street Ventilation Facility Fit-Out
• Installation of elevators and escalators using the designated VM014
subcontractor
• Local station testing of GCT concourse and caverns
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CH058
Harold Structures – Part 3B
Eastbound Bypass and D Approach Tunnel
East Side Access Project
Scope of Work
Earth and site work, utility relocations, track realignment, drainage, hazardous
material abatement, demolition of existing structures and construction of new
heavy civil structures within the LIRR Harold Interlocking located in Queens.
The major scope elements include:
• Hazardous material abatement, demolition and removal of an existing
Substation
• Construction of a new underground East Bound By-pass Tunnel and
approach structures for the new B/C and D Tunnels
• Extension of existing bridges and underpass structures
• Installation of new retaining walls, catenary/utility tower foundations and
poles, access roads, and demolition and removal of abandoned utility
structures
• New track structures shall include the installation of direct fixation track,
traction power, lighting, stand pipe and fire protection systems
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CM007 GCT Caverns
• Work was originally part of Contract CM012R which was split into
several packages.
• This is the last of the CM012R work.
• Several Contractor Outreach Sessions were held.
• Based on industry input, several changes were made to the design
• The August 7, 2014 Outreach Presentation which provided an overview
of the Contract and the revisions is available through a link on the
MTACC Procurement Page at
http://web.mta.info/capconstr/procurement/cc_solicitations.htm
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2015 – 2019 Proposed Capital Program
East Side Access - $2.572B
The proposed 2015-2019 Capital Program will complete the construction of ESA to
enable revenue service by December 2022. Elements of project management, design,
construction management, and insurance necessary to support construction as well as
support to testing and commissioning are also funded. The program includes the
following major construction elements:
• Construction of Manhattan Caverns.
• Reconfiguration of the Harold Interlocking and yard lead.
• Construction of a mid-day storage yard in Queens for rolling stock.
• Construction of a new entrance for LIRR customers at Grand Central Terminal.
• Procure, fabricate, install, test and commission communication, controls, security,
fire detection, tunnel.
• Procurement and installation of traction power equipment.
• Procurement of electric rail cars for opening day
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2015 – 2019 Proposed Capital Program
Second Avenue Subway (Phase II) - $1.535B
The proposed 2015-2019 Capital Program includes tunneling from the Phase 1 terminus
north of 96th St. and Second Avenue to 125th St. and 5th Avenue. All elements of project
management, design, construction management, insurance, and real estate necessary to
support construction are also funded. The balance of the work necessary for operation
will be funded in future capital programs.
In its entirety, SAS Phase 2 will complete the full project’s East Harlem segment. Its
alignment will run under Second Avenue to 120th St., then will turn west along 125th St.,
crossing Lexington Avenue and ending at 5th Avenue to accommodate storage tracks.
SAS Phase 2 will utilize a tunnel section built in the 1970s from 110th St. to 120th St.and
will be outfitted with tracks and other essential equipment. Three new stations will also be
constructed at 125thSt.,116th St., and 106th St.
The completion of SAS Phase 2 will support two major objectives of the Second Avenue
Subway Master Plan: alleviate the passenger congestion of the Lexington Avenue Line
and provide an intermodal connection with Metro-North Railroad at the 125th St. and
Park Avenue Station.
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Where Can I find Information on Available Solicitations?
MTACC solicitations that require advertisement are
advertised on the MTA Website (http://www.mta.info), in the
New York Post (usually Thursday edition), New York State
Contract Reporter and Engineering News Record.
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