VicRoads Strategic Directions - Civil Contractors Federation

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Civil Contractors Federation Roads Breakfast
Peter Todd - Chief Operating Officer
26 June 2013
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VicRoads Strategic
Directions
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VicRoads Strategic Directions

To effectively meet the needs of our customers and
stakeholders and deliver our core role of providing and
managing the Victorian road network we will focus on four
strategic directions.
– Operate and maintain the road system to help our customers
travel easily and reliably
– Develop the road system to improve connections between places
that are important to our customers
– Improve road safety
– Make the road system more environmentally sustainable.
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VicRoads Strategic Directions
(cont.)
 Operate and maintain the road system to help
our customers travel easily and reliably
– Better allocate road space and manage it efficiently and
reliably
– Encourage changes to travel behaviour that support an
efficient transport system
– Maintain assets to service levels that meet customer needs
– Improve emergency response and recovery
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VicRoads Strategic Directions
(cont.)
 Develop the road system to improve
connections between places that are important
to our customers
– Plan effective transport solutions for future residential and
commercial developments in metropolitan Melbourne and
regional Victoria
– Upgrade roads to tackle congestion
– Upgrade the road system to support freight productivity
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VicRoads Strategic Directions
(cont.)
 Improve road safety
– Improve when and how people and vehicles are granted
access to the road network
– Build safety into road design, road operations and vehicles
with a focus on integrating these elements
– Assist people to take responsibility for making safe choices
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VicRoads Strategic Directions
(cont.)
 Make the road system more environmentally
sustainable
– Manage the road system to help reduce Victoria's carbon
emissions
– Protect and enhance the natural environment and cultural
heritage
– Adapt the management of the road network to a changing
climate
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VicRoads
Planning for
Our Future
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VicRoads Planning for Our Future
 Improving our relationship with our customers
 Aligning our structures, systems and
processes with our vision
 Delivering services more efficiently
 Ensuring the business can adapt quickly to
change and innovation
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VicRoads Structure
Chief
Executive
Gary Liddle
ED Strategy &
Planning /
Road Safety
Coordinator
Dave Shelton
ED Policy &
Programs
Rob Freemantle
ED Corporate
Services
Jaida Nicholson
Chief Financial
Officer
Mark Dale
ED
Commercial
Enterprises &
Business
Development
Peter Mitcham
Chief
Operating
Officer
Peter Todd
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VicRoads Structure
Chief Operating Officer
Peter Todd
Director
Operation
Services
Gerry George
ED Regional
Operations
Steve Brown
ED
Metropolitan
Operations
George
Mavroyeni
ED
Registration &
Licensing
Peter Welling
RD South Western
William Tieppo
RD
RD
Metro
Metro
North
North
West
West
Patricia
Patricia
Liew
Liew
RD Western
Ewen Nevett
Acting RD Metro South
East Michael Barker
RD Northern
RD North Eastern
Graham Freestone
PD Metro Projects
Camberwell Andrew
Williams
PD M80 Upgrade
Trevor Boyd
RD Eastern
Sebastian Motta
PD
PD
Eastern
Eastern
Projects
Projects
Frank
Frank
DeDe
Santis
Santis
PD Geelong Ring Road
Tony Hedley
PD Western Hwy
Project
Michael McCarthy
PD South East Projects
Charlie Broadhurst
Director
Director
Road
Road
Operations
Operations
Dean
Dean
Zabriezach
Zabriezach
Mal Kersting
Director Regulatory
Services Richard Bell
Director
Technical
Services
Agnelo Duarte
Director
Commercial
Roads
Vanya Kumar
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Metropolitan & Regional Operations functions
 Planning, developing, delivering and
maintaining road, roadside & bridge
infrastructure
 Monitoring the condition of the network and
identifying gaps and deficiencies
 Planning, developing and delivering the most
effective social and environmental solutions
for transport related infrastructure
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Business Efficiencies
 A total of 50 projects have been proposed across
VicRoads to enhance and streamline our system and
processes.
 These improvement projects will help us to do things
better and more efficiently, reduce duplication and
become more customer-focused.
 This includes:
– Optimising VicRoads Involvement in External Works - Developer
Funded Projects
– Consolidation of ITS and Electrical Asset Management Services
– Effective Collaboration to Support Principles-Based Decision
Making
– Account Management of Finance, HR and Communications
functions
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VicRoads 2013/14
Delivery Program
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2013-14 State Budget

The 2013-14 State Budget includes around $1.3 billion of investment in road and public
Transport aimed at boosting productivity and improve liveability for all Victorians.
 $800 million for Roads
 $500 million for Public Transport
Roads

The Road package includes around $680 million (with approx $375 million in 2013-14) to
improve, upgrade and maintain the road network including:
 $294 over two year for stage 1 of the East West Link
 $170 million for arterial road resurfacing and restoration
 $32 million for repairing fatigue defects on West Gate Bridge;
 $52 million for early works for grade separations;
 $10.4 million for a managed motorway system on parts of the Monash Freeway;
 $24 million for other road upgrades across metropolitan Melbourne;
 $36 million for regional Victoria;
 $5 million for bicycle infrastructure program
 $18 million for Darebin Creek bicycle facilities
 $32.7 million for Sneydes Rd interchange in the Werribee Employment Precinct
Road Safety

The budget also included funding for continuation of targeted road safety initiatives, including:
 $11.7 million in 2013-14 (and ongoing) for Graduated Licensing System
 $100 million in 2013-14 for the Safer Road Infrastructure program
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2013-14 State Budget
Public Transport

The 2013-14 State Budget also included over $500 million of investments in public transport
infrastructure, including:
 Rail
 $179 million for eight new X’Trapolis trains, associated infrastructure and planning for
future train acquisition;
 $100 million to improve passenger services on the Frankston line;
 $78 million to build and maintain facilities for Protective Services Officers at stations
 $66 million (includes $2m previously allocated) to upgrade the Ringwood Station precinct
 $32 million to build and operate a new station at Grovedale and additional parking at
Syndal Station
 $25 million for additional train services on the Dandenong rail line supporting growing
demand
 Bus
 $25 million to enhance bus services by increasing the number of services to key growth
areas, including St Albans, Caroline Springs, Wyndham, Bacchus Marsh and Warrnambool
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Western
Highway
Duplication
M80
Upgrade
Ballarat
Western
Link Road
Mitcham-Rooks
Rd Rail Grade
Separation
Springvale
Rd Rail Grade
Separation
Stud Road
Improvement
Project
Dingley
Bypass
PHE –
Traralgon
to Sale
Geelong
Ring Road
Major Infrastructure
Projects in 2013/14
Narre Warren Cranbourne Rd
Duplication
Cardinia Rd
Duplication
Koo Wee Rup
Bypass
Capital (metro) Projects – continuing
Over $430 million of projects underway or about to commence in
Metropolitan Melbourne, project expected to commence in 2013-14,
include:
 Dingley Bypass, Warrigal Rd to Westall Road
Total Project Cost $155.5m
EOI – June 2013
 Narre Warren Cranbourne Road duplication
Total Project Cost $49m
Tenders currently advertised, closing later this month
 Koo Wee Rup Bypass
Total Project Cost $66m
Tenders closed this month
 Cooper Street Widening – Hume Fwy to Edgars Road
Total Project Cost $155.5m
Tenders advertised mid 2013
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Metropolitan Road Proposals
 High Street Road duplication (Stud Road-Burwood
Highway)
 Total Project Cost $16.3 million
 $15.4 million (adding to $0.9M prior investment)
 Tenders Advertised – late 2013 to early 2014
 Cardinia Road duplication (Princes Highway to
Shearwater Drive)
 Total Project Cost $18.53 million
 $8.7 million in 2013-14 budget in addition to $3.95 million prior
allocations and $5.9M of developer contributions
 Tenders Advertised - late 2013 to early 2014
Metropolitan Road Proposals
 East Werribee Employment Precinct
– $32.7 million
– Delivery of Sneydes Road Interchange
– Delivery of preliminary infrastructure, includes
• Upgrade of Sneydes Road
• Upgrade of Princes Highway and Hoppers Lane
intersection
– Estimated completion late 2015
 Managed Motorway Program
– $20.3 million total cost, shared funding:
• $10.4 million State
• $9.9 million Commonwealth
– Installation of traffic management devices on Monash
Freeway - High Street, Glen Iris to Warrigal Road Chadstone
– Estimated completion mid 2016
East West Link
 East West Link – Stage 1 (Eastern section)
– 6 km length Linking Eastern Freeway (Hoddle St to
CityLink)
– $6-8 billion estimated cost (Stage 1)
– $294 million over two years (provided by state), for
• detailed planning
• procurement and
• early construction works
– Seeking private financing and $1.5 billion from the
Commonwealth to deliver Stage 1
– Commence main construction of Stage 1 - late 2014
– Complete construction of Stage 1 - late 2019
Removal of Level Crossings
 $52 million for planning
and early works at the
following level crossings:
– Main Rd (St Albans)
– North Rd (Ormond)
– Blackburn Rd
(Blackburn)
– Mountain Hwy and
Scoresby Rd (Bayswater)
– Burke Rd (Glen Iris)
– Murumbeena Rd
(Murumbeena)
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Removal of Level Crossings
Main Road, St Albans
•
Planning continuing with option
refinement
•
Pre-construction works to
commence shortly
Burke Road, Glen Iris
•
Planning work commenced
•
Full Business Case to be
completed early 2014
North Road, Ormond
•
Planning continuing with option
refinement
•
Pre-construction works to
commence shortly
(Cont.)
Blackburn Road, Blackburn
Scoresby Road and Mountain
Highway, Bayswater

Early works will enable site
investigations, design work and
planning approvals to be
completed in preparation for
major construction.

Early works at Blackburn also
includes safety and access
improvements to existing
pedestrian facilities.

Early works are expected to
start in mid 2014.
Murrumbeena Road, Murrumbeena
•
Preparation of project Business
Case by mid 2014
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Regional Road Proposals
 Kilmore-Wallan Bypass
– Planning and development
– $10 million (total investment $13.4 million)
– Estimated completion mid 2014
 Omeo Highway sealing works (Stage 2)
– $6.6 million
– Estimated completion mid 2015
 Transport Solutions
– $28 million package over two years for
– Road improvements addressing bottlenecks
– State providing $20M
– Commonwealth and others contributing remainder
Capital (rural) Projects – continuing
Around $240 million of projects underway or about to commence in
Regional Victoria, including the following commencing in 2013-14:
 Ballarat West Link Road in Ballarat
Total Project Cost $35.5m
Tenders being prepared and to be released later this year subject to resolving
planning issues
 Geelong Ring Road 4C, Anglesea Rd to Surf Coast (Baanip Bvd)
Total Project Cost $90.4m
Tenders advertised late 2013
Hyland Highway overtaking lanes
Total Project Cost 4.6m
Tenders advertised late 2013
 Strzelecki Highway overtaking lanes
Total Project Cost $4.1m
Tenders closed May 2013
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Nation Building Program – federal funding
M80 Upgrade
 Nation Building 1 - currently underway - $1.2B
 ($900M Fed, $300M State) for the following sections:
• Calder Fwy – Sydney Rd
• Western Hwy – Sunshine Ave
• Edgards Rd – Plenty Rd
 Nation Building 2 - $525 million (federal) to complete the widening
project, sections to be completed include:
• Princes Fwy-Western Hwy
• Sunshine Ave-Calder Fwy
• Sydney Rd-Edgars Rd
• Plenty Rd-Greensborough Hwy
State to contribute remaining 50% $525 million
Nation Building Program – federal funding
 Managed Motorways
–
Monash Fwy
• High St-Warrigal Rd: $9.9 million (fed contribution)
• Warrigal Rd-Clyde Rd: $68.6 million
 Princes Highway West
–
–
–
–
Winchelsea-Colac duplication
$257.5 million (federal contribution)
Project commencing 2014-15
Length is 37 km
Nation Building Projects

Project currently underway jointly funded by the State and
Commonwealth, include:
–
M80 Ring Road Upgrade (TEI = $1.2 billion)
–
Princes Highway East Duplication – Traralgon to Sale (TEI $175M)
• Flynn to Rosedale Section – Tender Advertised mid 2013
–
Princes Highway West Duplication – Waurn Ponds to Winchelsea
(TEI $171M)
• Bridge Over Barwon River & Hesse Street Intersection Upgrade Advertised mid 2013
Tender Information
Information on Tenders and Contracts
can be found on the VicRoads Website:
http://www.vicroads.vic.gov.au/Home/Moreinfoandser
vices/TendersAndSuppliers/TendersAndContracts.htm
Asset Management
 Arterial road network restoration
– $90 million over three years
 Pavement surfacing works
– $80 million over two year
 West Gate Bridge maintenance works
– $32 million over four years
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Maintaining the Network

The total budget for Asset Management in 2013-14 is $466 million
Roadside
$49 million
Structures
$52 million
Electrical / ITS
$63 million
Network
Management
$34 million
Special Activities
$43 million
(incl. $40M for
Country Roads and
Bridges Program to
Local Government)
Pavements
$225 million
Funding amounts are approximate for the major asset classes
Innovative
Procurement
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Contracting Strategies
• VicRoads continues to investigate new procurement models to
ensure that the State optimizes Value for Money outcomes.
• New models being used or developed include:
• Alliances (North East Maintenance Alliance)
• Objective, risk-based, asset management prioritisation
models – Framework Agreements
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An example of Parameters considered during
evaluation in Alliance Contracts
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Supplier Performance Assessment Scheme
•
Will apply to major road infrastructure contracts and work
undertaken by major design consultants.
•
Industry briefing to take place 2nd July. Invitations have been sent to
those contractors pre-qualified at ‘R5’ Level.
•
Information gathered will be used to assess whether a supplier is
suitable to be short-listed for future projects.
•
Potential criteria to be assessed - Tender, Past Contract
Performance, Resources, Innovation, Safety, Cost, Schedule,
Stakeholders, Quality, Sustainability
•
Implementation – Mid July
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Non Price Attributes
•
•
•
A range of non price criteria are currently used for
expression of interest/short listing processes
Some work has been done on proposals to value
environmental sustainability attributes in tenders
Consideration of other attributes – possibility for the
future?
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