I-69 Section 5 Pursuit Team Concession: Meridiam Walsh

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WM I-69 Partners Welcomes You!
DISADVANTAGED
BUSINESS
ENTERPRISE
OUTREACH EVENT
October 29, 2013 | 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
OUTREACH
AGENDA
PROJECT OVERVIEW
4:00 PM
Doors Open
4:00 – 4:30 PM
Networking
4:30 – 5:15 PM
WM I-69 Partners Presentation
Welcome
Safety First
Team Introductions
Project Overview
DBE/Workforce Opportunities
Certification/Prequalification
Commercially Useful Function
Expectation of D-B Bidding Process
Question & Answer
7:00 PM:
Event Concludes
WM I-69 PARTNERS
WHO
WE ARE
PROJECT
OVERVIEW
Concession:
Construction:
Design:
Operations &
Maintenance:
PROJECT
OVERVIEW
I-69 Section 5
PROJECT
OVERVIEW
PROJECT OVERVIEW
Project Value: $500 million
Procurement: Design-Build-Finance-Operation-Maintain (DBFOM);
Public-Private Partnership
Owner: Indiana Department of Transportation
and Indiana Finance Authority
The I-69 Section 5 project consists of upgrading approximately 21
miles of existing State Route 37, a four-lane median divided highway
between Bloomington and Martinsville, to an interstate highway.
PROJECT
OVERVIEW
PROJECT OVERVIEW
Urban Section:
11.8 Miles of Urban 6-Lane Section
PROJECT
OVERVIEW
PROJECT OVERVIEW
Urban Section:
11.8 Miles of Urban 6-Lane Section
ROADWAY
PROJECT OVERVIEW
Four New Interchanges
• Fullerton Pike
• Tapp Road
• Sample Road
• Liberty Church Road
Three Modified Existing Interchanges:
• Walnut Street
• SR 45/2nd Street
• SR 48/3rd Street
One Existing Interchange to Remain Unchanged:
• SR 46
ROADWAY
PROJECT OVERVIEW
Roadway Reconstruction and Widening: 21 miles
New Mainline Alignment: 5.6 lane miles
New Access Roads: 22 lane miles
Local Road Reconstruction: 13 miles
Noise Walls: 10,100 linear feet
Retaining Walls
STRUCTURES
PROJECT OVERVIEW
Total Number of Bridges: 28
New Bridges: 14
Bridge Rehabilitations: 14
Bridge Widenings: 13
Additional Structure Elements: Superstructure Replacements,
Deck Replacements, and Overlays
DRAINAGE/HYDRAULICS
PROJECT OVERVIEW
Drainage/Hydraulic Elements:
• Two pipe crossings to be replaced with structures
• Streambed Armoring – bio-engineering techniques preferred
over riprap whenever possible
• Replace culverts with sufficiency rating less than 4
• Six wildlife crossings
• Miles of stream survey may be required
GEOTECHNICAL
PROJECT OVERVIEW
Geotechnical Elements:
• Fairly extensive exploration and testing has been completed
by IFA and INDOT
• Additional exploration and testing required after selection
SIGNAGE
PROJECT OVERVIEW
Signage Elements:
• All signage on the Project limits shall be new
• Replace/remove any signs outside of the Project limits that
are no longer appropriate
• Existing sign structures may be used if they are in
compliance with the new INDOT Standards
• Bridge mounted structures are prohibited
• No sign lighting
LIGHTING
PROJECT OVERVIEW
Lighting Elements:
• 5.5 miles of continuous lighting from Fullerton Pike to the
SR 46 interchange
• Interchange lighting at Sample Road and Liberty Church
Road interchanges
• Existing lighting at some interchanges may be retained
MAINTENANCE
OF TRAFFIC
PROJECT OVERVIEW
Maintenance of Traffic Elements:
• One of the most critical elements of the Project
• In general, two lanes of traffic must be maintained at all
times in each direction
• Detours are allowed, but must be on roadways that have the
same functional classification as the detoured roadway
DBE/WORKFORCE
OPPORTUNITIES
Construction | Design | Materials
CONSTRUCTION
OPPORTUNITIES
PROJECT OVERVIEW
• Concrete Paving/Flatwork
• Fencing
• Erosion Control
• Piling
• Earthwork
• Landscaping
• Drilled Shafts
• Drainage
• Trucking
• Concrete Forming/Placing
• Demolition
• Painting
• Asphalt Paving
• Structural Steel Erection
• Pavement Markings
• Reinforcing Steel Installation
• Precast Beam Erection
• Retaining Walls
• Traffic Control/Signals
• Lighting
• Clearing & Grubbing
• Flagging
• Signing
• Guardrail
DESIGN
PROJECTOPPORTUNITIES
OVERVIEW
• Survey
• Bridge Design
• Retaining Wall Design
• Roadway Design
• Drainage Design
• Utility Relocation
• Plan Development
• Signing/Lighting Design
• R/W Acquisition
• Quantities
MATERIAL
OPPORTUNITIES
PROJECT OVERVIEW
• Ready Mix Concrete
• Reinforcing Steel
• Drainage Material/Pipe
• Piling
• Fence
• Aggregates
• Borrow
• Structural Steel
• Precast Concrete Beams
CERTIFICATION/
PREQUALIFICATION
PROCUREMENT
PROCESS
PROJECT OVERVIEW
The procurement process includes the following:
• Expression of interest
• Prequalification
• Match to needed scope
• Request for qualification
• Recommendation to IFA
• IFA Concurrence and approval
• Request for proposal
EXPRESSION
OF INTEREST
PROJECT OVERVIEW
Key Elements:
• Contact information
• Scope of services performed
• DBE status
• Certification status
• Non-Disclosure Agreement Requirements
PREQUALIFICATION/MATCH
TO SCOPE
PROJECT OVERVIEW
Officially listed:
Need prequalification:
• Current to scope
• Full Request for Qualifications
to scope
• Valid through the Project term
• Shortened Request for Qualifications
OR
REQUEST
FOR QUALIFICATION
PROJECT OVERVIEW
Purpose/Scope:
• Company information
• Ability, technical capacity, and resources
• Customers and contracts
• People and responsible management
• Quality
• Environment
• Health and safety
• Financial information
RECOMMENDATION/APPROVAL
PROJECT OVERVIEW
• Package of information
• IFA review
• Approval (or return for additional information)
REQUEST
FOR PROPOSAL
PROJECT OVERVIEW
• Bidding
• Bid Receipt
• Analysis
• Notice to Award
CONTACT
INFORMATION
PROJECT OVERVIEW
Certification Contact:
Derrick Casson
Indiana Department of Transportation
Economic Opportunity Division, DBE Certification
100 North Senate Avenue, IGCN 750
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Phone: 317.233.4664
[email protected]
Prequalification Contact:
Karen Macdonald
Prequalification Engineer
Indiana Department of Transportation
100 North Senate Avenue, IGCN 725
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Phone: 317.232.5094
[email protected]
COMMERCIALLY
USEFUL FUNCTION
COMMERCIALLY
USEFUL FUNCTION
PROJECT OVERVIEW
Commercially Useful Function is defined in 49 CFR Part 26.55 (c) as:
• Personal net worth
• Prompt payment and retainage
• Ownership
• Regular dealers
• Decertification
EXPECTATIONS
QUESTION & ANSWER
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Marvin Jackson – I-69 DBE Coordinator
Walsh Construction
[email protected]
Code of Federal Regulations – 49 CFR Part 26
http://www.ecfr.gov/
Office of Federal Contract Compliance – 16 Steps
www.dol.gov/ofccp/TAguides/consttag.htm
Additional Project information may be
found at the Project’s official website:
www.i69indyenv.org

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