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1Keeping San Diego Moving SANDAG Capital Program Update Good afternoon and thank you for the opportunity to share an update on activities at SANDAG and in our capital programs.Bill Prey, P.E., Principal Engineer, SANDAGRamon Ruelas, PE, Principal Construction Engineer, SANDAG
2SANDAG Capital Program Update I-5 North Coast Corridor ProgramLOSSAN Coastal Rail CorridorLight Rail Projects -Trolley Renewal ProgramMid-Coast Corridor Trolley ProjectConstruction Delivery MethodsDoing Business with SANDAGHere’s what we will be sharing with you this evening.
3Keeping San Diego Moving I-5 North Coast Corridor Program SANDAG Capital Program UpdateGood afternoon and thank you for the opportunity to share an update on activities at SANDAG and in our capital programs.I-5 North Coast Corridor Program
4North Coast Corridor Program A $6.5 billion integrated program that includes:Highway, bike, and pedestrian improvementsCoastal rail and transit improvementsEnvironmental protections and enhancementsFrom Oceanside to downtown San Diego is a project area we call the “North Coast Corridor.”LOSSAN and I-5 provide the principal means for moving goods and people within the San Diego region and between the major metropolitan areas of Los Angeles and Tijuana.SANDAG is working closely with Caltrans to coordinate improvements in the corridor to increase service times and carrying capacity, both of which are critical to ensuring future economic prosperity in the region.
5NCC Public Works PlanNext year, SANDAG and Caltrans will be taking a $6.5 billion dollar package of rail, highway, and environmental improvements to the Coastal Commission for approval, in a landmark document we call the Public Works Plan.That program combines all of the planned freeway, highway, bike/ped, and environmental improvements planned by SANDAG and Caltrans over the next 40 years.It’s a model program for planning freeway and transit improvements in a way that results in greater net benefits to the environment.We hope the members of CMAA will be active participants in that approval process.
6Keeping San Diego Moving LOSSAN Coastal Rail Corridor SANDAG Capital Program UpdateGood afternoon and thank you for the opportunity to share an update on activities at SANDAG and in our capital programs.LOSSAN Coastal Rail Corridor
7LOSSAN Corridor in San Diego 60 miles in SD County50 percent single trackSix coastal lagoonsTwo right-of-way owners: NCTD and MTSNCTD Maintains and Manages OperationsService by: COASTER, Amtrak, Metrolink, and BNSF RailwayThe LOSSAN Corridor begins in San Luis Obispo and passes through LA and Orange County on its way to San Diego.In the San Diego region, the corridor spans 60 miles from the Orange County line to downtown San Diego.SANDAG is working in collaboration with NCTD and MTS, the region’s two transit operators and rail owners to improve the corridor to expand passenger and freight rail services.NCTD operates the COASTER, manages and maintains the line.SANDAG’s role is to plan, fund and build transportation improvements in the region, in collaboration with our transit partners.
8Goal: Double Tracking the Corridor One of SANDAG’s main goals is to double track the corridor to approximately 97% by 2050.That will allow trains to pass one another without waiting and shorten travel times for rail passengers.Other infrastructure improvements include bridge and track replacements, new platforms, pedestrian undercrossings, and other safety and operational enhancements.The rail enhancements are part of a strategy to improve all modes of transportation within the congested I-5 North Coast Corridor.
9LOSSAN Corridor - Current Projects San DiegoCarlsbadOceansideEncinitasSolana BeachDel MarCamp PendletonMarine CorpsBase78S135823 projects currently in the program15 funded through construction$467 million in funding$915 million estimate cost at completionSchedule currently funded through 2017There are 23 projects under development in the corridor today.Including the design and construction of more than 11 miles of double track.The cost to complete these projects is nearly $915 million of which we have current funding for approximately $467 million.$140 million expended on the Corridor to-date with another $46 million encumbered.
10LOSSAN Corridor Schedule This chart lists the projects by their planned start of construction (construction phase is shown in red), and you can see how we plan to deliver the work.Projects without construction funding have no orange construction phase shown.You can see that we’ve got a lot of things in the works.
11Projects in Construction This slide shows the location of the coastal rail improvement projects and a station improvement project in construction in the San Diego region from Orange County to downtown San Diego.
12Projects In Construction Santa Margarita River Bridge and Double Track$41 million milesEstimated Completion April 2014Sorrento to Miramar Double Track Phase 1$44 million – 1.4 milesEstimated Completion January 2014Tecolote/Washington Street Crossovers$11 million – universal and single crossoversEstimated Completion December 2013Santa Margarita River BridgeSorrento to Miramar 1Washington CrossoverSanta Margarita: The Santa Margarita Bridge is the bridge located between the NB and SB of I-5 lanes that you see when passing through Camp Pendleton.84% complete; forming lost deck and placing deck reinforcement.New bridge complete by OctoberCut over Nov-DecemberSorrento Miramar: This is the first of a two phase project to eliminate the existing bottleneck that presently occurs south of the Sorrento Valley station to Miramar Road.Phase 1 consists of 1.3 miles of new double tracking south of the Sorrento Valley Station, as well as upgrading the signal system, providing drainage enhancements, and constructing a new bridge for the double track.70% completeTecolote/Washington Street Crossovers:79% completeNight work for trackwork installation completed in JulyTecolote Crossover
13LOSSAN Corridor Projects in Design Six of 14 projects fully funded through constructionThis slide shows the location of the coastal rail improvement projects in design in the San Diego region from Orange County to downtown San Diego.
14Projects Near Construction San Onofre to Pulgas Double Track$37.6 m - 6 milesOceanside Transit Center$19.5 m - platform and passing trackSorrento Valley Double Track$33.7 m – 1 mileLos Peñasquitos Lagoon Bridges$22.2 m – 3 bridgesSan Onofre Double TrackOceanside Transit CenterSOP 1 bids opened July 16, 2013: Flatiron/H&H JV apparent low bidder, $18.8 M. If no issues, recommend SANDAG Board award const. contract in late September, 2013.SVDT advertised to solicit construction bids Aug. 9, 2013; bids due Sept. 19, 2013.OTC advertisementSorrento Valley Double TrackLos Peñasquitos Bridges
15Projects in DesignCarlsbad Village Double Track 1 mile, $6 M funded to date for engineeringBatiquitos Lagoon Double Track 2.7 miles, $ 3 M to date for engineeringSan Elijo Lagoon Double Track 1.5 mile, $76.7 million through constructionSan Dieguito Double Track and Platform 1 mile, $9.5 M funded to date for engineeringCarlsbad Village Double TrackBatiquitos Double TrackSan Elijo Double TrackSan Dieguito Double Track
16Station Improvements Moving Trains Through the Stations Oceanside Transit Center $19.5 MPoinsettia Station $13 MSorrento Valley Station $37.7 MDel Mar Fairgrounds Platform $9.5 MOceanside Transit CenterPoinsettia StationSANDAG is working with NCTD to facilitate better train movements through three major stations: Oceanside, Poinsettia in Carlsbad, and Sorrento Valley.At Oceanside, we’ll be constructing a major expansion of the station to the south to allow for more simultaneous passenger boarding and to enable freight trains to pass through the station without having to wait for passenger trains to clear the tracks.At Poinsettia, we’ll install a pedestrian undercrossing and a new fence between the tracks to allow other trains to move through the station when COASTER trains are boarding.In Sorrento Valley, we’ll be lengthening the platforms to accommodate longer trains and adding more parking for COASTER riders.And in Del Mar, we’re beginning to plan for a new special event platform at the fairgrounds to serve special events like the fair and the summer racing season.Sorrento Valley StationDel Mar Fairgrounds Platform
17Keeping San Diego Moving SANDAG Capital Program Update Good afternoon and thank you for the opportunity to share an update on activities at SANDAG and in our capital programs.Light Rail Projects
18Trolley Renewal Project $730 million Rehab Project: stations, low-floor vehicles, upgrade signals and wires, and increase freight capacityLast phase of construction - the Blue Line from Barrio Logan to San Ysidro commenced late July and will last through late 2015.
19Mid-Coast Trolley Project SANDAG TransNet Early Action ProjectExtends MTS Trolley Blue Line from Santa Fe Depot through UCSD to UTCProject features:11 miles of LRT4 miles aerial9 stationsProject Budget: $1.7 billion
20Mid-Coast Project Schedule Mid-2013 Released Draft SEIS/SEIR Mid-2014 Approve Project/Record of Decision Mid-2015 Full Funding Grant Agreement Late 2015 Begin construction Late 2018 Open for service
21Keeping San Diego Moving Construction Delivery Methods SANDAG Capital Program UpdateGood afternoon and thank you for the opportunity to share an update on activities at SANDAG and in our capital programs.Construction Delivery Methods
22CM/GC Delivery MethodEnabling CM/GC legislation for SANDAG – January 2013SANDAG awards two-phase contract:Phase 1 - QBS contract for pre-construction services input to finalize designPhase 2 - negotiated GMP contract to construct projectIf GMP cannot be negotiated, SANDAG competitively bids contract
23CM/GC Delivery MethodMay/June SANDAG issued RFC to solicit industry comments on RFP templateSANDAG Board approved projects for CM/CGMid-Coast Trolley ProjectElvira to Morena Double TrackSan Diego River BridgeCM/GC RFP for approved projects anticipated late August/September 2013
24Keeping San Diego Moving Doing Business with SANDAG SANDAG Capital Program UpdateGood afternoon and thank you for the opportunity to share an update on activities at SANDAG and in our capital programs.Doing Business with SANDAGRamon Ruelas, PE, Principal Construction Engineer
25SANDAG CM On-Call Procurement Current CM Resources4 CM contracts executed in Mid 2009Initial term for each contract was 3 yrsOriginal value for each contract was $10 MEach contract contains four 1-year option extensionsEach contract contains options that could increase contract value by add’l $15 MOptions have increased total value of all contracts to $81.25 M
27SANDAG CM On-Call Procurement Future CM ResourcesThree to five on-call contracts to be awardedEstimated value of contracts - $15 to $30 M eachMid-Coast Trolley CM contract - up to $120 MContract duration - 3 years with four 1-year optionsA&E Bench – resource for prime consultant candidates to include SBE and DBE firms
28SANDAG CM On-Call Procurement Solicitation ProcessBoard approval to issue RFQ – Late October 2013RFQ advertisement: October/November 2013SOQ’s due: Mid-January 2014Interviews: March 2014Negotiations: Commence Late March 2014Board approval: Late June 2014
29SANDAG CM On-Call Procurement SANDAG Considering Solicitation Options:One RFQ adv.; separate SOQ submittalsGeneral CM ServicesMid-Coast Trolley Project CM ServicesTwo distinct RFQ adv.; separate SOQ submittalsIndependent cost estimating for Mid-Coast Trolley ProjectPart of Mid-Coast CM Services SolicitationSeparate RFQ solicitationInvite industry to share their thoughts.
30SANDAG CM On-Call Procurement Potential Scope of CM ServicesConstruction Contract Quality Assurance/Safety ComplianceField Inspection (RE, Assistant RE, and Field InspectorsTransit InspectionField Office Engineering (Change Orders, Daily Diaries, As-Builts, etc.)Field Office AdministrationProject SchedulingContract Dispute Assistance and Claims ResolutionMaterials Sampling and TestingConstructability Reviews
31SANDAG CM On-Call Procurement Potential Scope of CM Services (cont.)Storm Water Monitoring & ResearchMaterial/Product Plant and Source Inspection (Asphalt, Concrete, Manufacturing, etc.)Surveying and Construction StakingTraffic Handling SupportSystems Start-up and TestingRecords and File AuditingConstruction Management Software Acquisition, Training, Upgrades, and SupportHazardous/contaminated materials assessment and disposal administration
32Doing Business with SANDAG Register your firm online:SANDAG Encourages SB & DBE Participation:Bid opportunities on Planet Bids:Online project information:KeepSanDiegoMoving.com: TransNet projectsSANDAG.org: Other capital projectsOceanside Transit Center
33Keeping San Diego Moving SANDAG Capital Program UpdateGood afternoon and thank you for the opportunity to share an update on activities at SANDAG and in our capital programs.QUESTIONS & ANSWERSMore Information: SANDAG.org and KeepSanDiegoMoving.com