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Keeping San Diego Moving SANDAG Capital Program Update Bill Prey, P.E., Principal Engineer, SANDAG Ramon Ruelas, PE, Principal Construction Engineer, SANDAG.

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1 Keeping San Diego Moving SANDAG Capital Program Update Bill Prey, P.E., Principal Engineer, SANDAG Ramon Ruelas, PE, Principal Construction Engineer, SANDAG

2 SANDAG Capital Program Update I-5 North Coast Corridor Program LOSSAN Coastal Rail Corridor Light Rail Projects - Trolley Renewal Program Mid-Coast Corridor Trolley Project Construction Delivery Methods Doing Business with SANDAG 2

3 Keeping San Diego Moving SANDAG Capital Program Update I-5 North Coast Corridor Program

4 North Coast Corridor Program A $6.5 billion integrated program that includes: Highway, bike, and pedestrian improvements Coastal rail and transit improvements Environmental protections and enhancements 4

5 5 NCC Public Works Plan

6 Keeping San Diego Moving SANDAG Capital Program Update LOSSAN Coastal Rail Corridor

7 LOSSAN Corridor in San Diego 60 miles in SD County 50 percent single track Six coastal lagoons Two right-of-way owners: NCTD and MTS NCTD Maintains and Manages Operations Service by: COASTER, Amtrak, Metrolink, and BNSF Railway 7

8 Goal: Double Tracking the Corridor 8

9 LOSSAN Corridor - Current Projects 23 projects currently in the program 15 funded through construction $467 million in funding $915 million estimate cost at completion Schedule currently funded through 2017 9 San Diego Carlsbad Oceanside Encinitas Solana Beach Del Mar Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base 78 S13 5 8 5

10 LOSSAN Corridor Schedule 10

11 Projects in Construction 11

12 Projects In Construction 12 Santa Margarita River Bridge and Double Track $41 million - 0.8 miles Estimated Completion April 2014 Sorrento to Miramar Double Track Phase 1 $44 million – 1.4 miles Estimated Completion January 2014 Tecolote/Washington Street Crossovers $11 million – universal and single crossovers Estimated Completion December 2013 Sorrento to Miramar 1 Tecolote Crossover Washington Crossover Santa Margarita River Bridge

13 LOSSAN Corridor Projects in Design 13 Six of 14 projects fully funded through construction

14 San Onofre to Pulgas Double Track $37.6 m - 6 miles Oceanside Transit Center $19.5 m - platform and passing track Sorrento Valley Double Track $33.7 m – 1 mile Los Peñasquitos Lagoon Bridges $22.2 m – 3 bridges 14 Projects Near Construction San Onofre Double Track Oceanside Transit Center Sorrento Valley Double Track Los Peñasquitos Bridges

15 Projects in Design 15 Carlsbad Village Double Track 1 mile, $6 M funded to date for engineering Batiquitos Lagoon Double Track 2.7 miles, $ 3 M to date for engineering San Elijo Lagoon Double Track 1.5 mile, $76.7 million through construction San Dieguito Double Track and Platform 1 mile, $9.5 M funded to date for engineering Batiquitos Double Track San Elijo Double TrackSan Dieguito Double Track Carlsbad Village Double Track

16 Station Improvements 16 Moving Trains Through the Stations Oceanside Transit Center $19.5 M Poinsettia Station $13 M Sorrento Valley Station $37.7 M Del Mar Fairgrounds Platform $9.5 M Oceanside Transit Center Sorrento Valley StationDel Mar Fairgrounds Platform Poinsettia Station

17 Keeping San Diego Moving SANDAG Capital Program Update Light Rail Projects

18 Trolley Renewal Project 18

19 Mid-Coast Trolley Project SANDAG TransNet Early Action Project Extends MTS Trolley Blue Line from Santa Fe Depot through UCSD to UTC Project features: 11 miles of LRT 4 miles aerial 9 stations Project Budget: $1.7 billion 19

20 Mid-Coast Project Schedule Mid-2013Released Draft SEIS/SEIR Mid-2014Approve Project/Record of Decision Mid-2015Full Funding Grant Agreement Late 2015Begin construction Late 2018Open for service 20

21 Keeping San Diego Moving SANDAG Capital Program Update Construction Delivery Methods

22 CM/GC Delivery Method Enabling CM/GC legislation for SANDAG – January 2013 SANDAG awards two-phase contract: Phase 1 - QBS contract for pre-construction services input to finalize design Phase 2 - negotiated GMP contract to construct project If GMP cannot be negotiated, SANDAG competitively bids contract 22

23 CM/GC Delivery Method May/June 2013 - SANDAG issued RFC to solicit industry comments on RFP template SANDAG Board approved projects for CM/CG Mid-Coast Trolley Project Elvira to Morena Double Track San Diego River Bridge CM/GC RFP for approved projects anticipated late August/September 2013 23

24 Keeping San Diego Moving SANDAG Capital Program Update Doing Business with SANDAG Ramon Ruelas, PE, Principal Construction Engineer

25 SANDAG CM On-Call Procurement 25 Current CM Resources 4 CM contracts executed in Mid 2009 Initial term for each contract was 3 yrs Original value for each contract was $10 M Each contract contains four 1-year option extensions Each contract contains options that could increase contract value by addl $15 M Options have increased total value of all contracts to $81.25 M

26 SANDAG Funded Construction Activity 26

27 SANDAG CM On-Call Procurement 27 Future CM Resources Three to five on-call contracts to be awarded Estimated value of contracts - $15 to $30 M each Mid-Coast Trolley CM contract - up to $120 M Contract duration - 3 years with four 1-year options A&E Bench – resource for prime consultant candidates to include SBE and DBE firms

28 SANDAG CM On-Call Procurement Solicitation Process Board approval to issue RFQ – Late October 2013 RFQ advertisement: October/November 2013 SOQs due: Mid-January 2014 Interviews: March 2014 Negotiations: Commence Late March 2014 Board approval: Late June 2014 28

29 SANDAG CM On-Call Procurement SANDAG Considering Solicitation Options: One RFQ adv.; separate SOQ submittals General CM Services Mid-Coast Trolley Project CM Services Two distinct RFQ adv.; separate SOQ submittals General CM Services Mid-Coast Trolley Project CM Services Independent cost estimating for Mid-Coast Trolley Project Part of Mid-Coast CM Services Solicitation Separate RFQ solicitation 29

30 SANDAG CM On-Call Procurement 30 Construction Contract Quality Assurance/Safety Compliance Field Inspection (RE, Assistant RE, and Field Inspectors Transit InspectionField Office Engineering (Change Orders, Daily Diaries, As-Builts, etc.) Field Office Administration Project SchedulingContract Dispute Assistance and Claims Resolution Materials Sampling and TestingConstructability Reviews Potential Scope of CM Services

31 SANDAG CM On-Call Procurement 31 Storm Water Monitoring & ResearchMaterial/Product Plant and Source Inspection (Asphalt, Concrete, Manufacturing, etc.) Surveying and Construction StakingTraffic Handling Support Systems Start-up and TestingRecords and File Auditing Construction Management Software Acquisition, Training, Upgrades, and Support Hazardous/contaminated materials assessment and disposal administration Potential Scope of CM Services (cont.)

32 Doing Business with SANDAG Register your firm online: www.sandag.org/organization/rfps/registerinfo.asp SANDAG Encourages SB & DBE Participation: www.sandag.org/index.asp?fuseaction=rfps.bench Bid opportunities on Planet Bids: www.sandag.org/index.asp?fuseaction=rfps.home Online project information: KeepSanDiegoMoving.com: TransNet projects SANDAG.org: Other capital projects 32 Oceanside Transit Center

33 Keeping San Diego Moving SANDAG Capital Program Update QUESTIONS & ANSWERS More Information: SANDAG.org and KeepSanDiegoMoving.com


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