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THE GREAT KAHUNA AWARD !!! TEA/TUG 2006 CONFERENCE PORTLAND, ME OCTOBER 18-21, 2006 OFFICE OF PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION HIPA-30.

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1 THE GREAT KAHUNA AWARD !!! TEA/TUG 2006 CONFERENCE PORTLAND, ME OCTOBER 18-21, 2006 OFFICE OF PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION HIPA-30

2 Agenda 4 Great Kahuna Award! 4 FHWA/ AASHTO Construction Management ETG

3 REPORTING REQIREMENTS FOR FHWA-45, FHWA-810, AND FHWA-47 FHWA-45: Is required for all projects on the NHS = > $500,000. Submit two weeks after the award of contract and no later than the fifth of the month after the end of the quarter. Information on bid prices for major items

4 REPORTING FHWA-810: Bid tabulation Is required for all F-A const. project on the NHS. Submit to Division Administrator. Certified by STA official. Show details on 3 low bidders. Submit within two weeks of the award of contract.

5 REPORTING FHWA-47: Is required for all projects on the NHS that are $1 million or more. Contractor completes at end of contract. Information on final costs of wages, salaries and materials used by the contractor. State DOT personnel verifies information.

6 Office of Program Administration 4 UPDATE 4 The GAO conducted a review of FHWA Form-45 State construction cost. 4 Quality of the data was one big issue. 4 You may view the report at Report # is GAO R.

7 BID OPENING REPORT 01/01/2005 to 12/31/2005 State# of Bids received # of contracts Low bids over/(under) EE Alabama8325(2.97) Alaska4310(3.23) Arizona Arkansas156(2.05) California000 Colorado Connecticut

8 BID OPENING REPORT State# of Bids# of contracts Low Bids over/(under) Delaware DC21(4.42) Florida15544(0.64) Georgia000 Hawaii000 Idaho Illinois *000

9 BID OPENING REPORT State# of Bids# of Contracts Low Bids over/(under) Indiana6822(9.16) Iowa000 Kansas Kentucky2920(12.97) Louisiana206(12.51) Maine Maryland

10 BID OPENING REPORT State# of Bids# of Contracts Low Bids over/(under) Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota *000.0 Mississippi Missouri000 Montana144(0.56) Nebraska000

11 BID OPENING REPORT State# of Bids# of Contracts Low Bids over/(under) Nevada New Hampshire 196(3.09) New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina 268(2.30)

12 BID OPENING REPORT State# of Bids# of Contracts Low Bids Over/(under) North Dakota8522(24.91) Ohio369100(6.44) Oklahoma2510(1.68) Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico000

13 BID OPENING REPORT State# of Bids# of Contracts Low Bids over/(under) Rhode Island *000 South Carolina309(3.29) South Dakota Tennessee000 Texas000 Utah

14 BID OPENING REPORT State# of Bids# of Contracts Low Bids Over/(under) Vermont *000.0 Virginia *000.0 Washington West Virginia Wisconsin000 Wyoming

15 Congratulations Montana DOT!! State# of Bids# of Contracts Low Bids over/(under) Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota *000.0 Mississippi Missouri000 Montana144(0.56) Nebraska000

16 FHWA / AASHTO Construction Management Expert Task Group

17 2004 Construction Management Scan

18 Scan Objective Examine international construction management procedures with a focus toward ensuring appropriate project delivery, contract compliance and quality assurance

19 Scope of Study Maintenance and Warranties Process Improvement Construction Aspects of CM Post Construction Aspects of CM Pre-Construction Aspects of CM General Context Project Delivery Staffing Procurement Risk Allocation & Management Contract Administration Contract Change Processes Quality Plan Implementation Project Record Keeping Environmental Monitoring Third Party Communications Project Maintenance Requirements

20 Scan Team Locations Tucker Ferguson PennDOT Thomas Bohuslav TX DOT Greg Schiess FHWA, FL James Triplett United Contractors Steve DeWitt NC DOT Richard Wagman G.A. & F.C. Wagman, Inc. John Smythe Iowa DOT Eugene Hoelker FHWA, MWRC Keith Molenaar U. Colorado, Boulder Jerry Yakowenko FHWA, HQ

21 What we found… 4 Similar transportation needs 4 Construction management systems that promote alignment of customer goals 4 Integrated use of risk analysis techniques 4 Strategic use of alternative delivery methods 4 Procurement systems that set the framework for success

22 What we found… 4 Contract payment methods that support alignment and trust 4 Delegation of traditional highway agency functions that promote efficiency 4 A philosophy of network management 4 Greater partnership between public and private entities

23 CLIENT CLIENT or CONTRACTOR CLIENT ADVISOR CONTRACTOR PHASE 1 PHASE 2 PHASE 3 PHASE 4 PHASE 5 PHASE 6 PHASE 7 Construction Operation & Maintenance Identification of the Problem Preliminary Study & Recommendation Feasibility,Public Involvement & Public Announcement. Contract Preparation & Tender Planning or Statutory Orders or Transport Act Application Outline design PHASE 0 British Highways Agency Example Early Contractor Involvement

24 British Highways Agency Example

25 Recommendations 4 Align Team Goals to Customer Goals 4 Develop Risk Assessment and Allocation Techniques 4 Strategically Apply Alternative Delivery Methods 4 Enhance Qualification Rating Processes 4 Use Qualifications in Procurement 4 Pilot Early Contractor Involvement truction_mgmt/contents.htm

26 Recommendations 4 Apply Alternate Bids/Designs in Procurement 4 Conduct Pre-Proposal Meetings 4 Apply More Contractor Quality Management 4 Use Appropriate Alternative Contract Payment Methods 4 Work Toward Warranties and Life Cycle Responsibility

27 Construction Management ETG 4 Implementation group for SCAN recommendations 4 Funding - $300,000 from FHWA 4 National Construction Management Conference in State DOT, FHWA, Industry, Academia representation

28 Construction Management ETG Members 4 Stuart Anderson, Texas A&M University 4 Thomas R. Bohuslav, Construction, Texas DOT 4 Tim Aschenbrener, Materials, Colorado DOT 4 Bob Burns, CH2M Hill 4 Steven D. DeWitt, (Co-chair), North Carolina Turnpike Authority 4 Tucker Ferguson, Maintenance Division, PennDOT 4 Ted Ferragut, TDC Partners, Ltd. 4 Matt Girard,, HBG Flatiron 4 Eugene Hoelker, FHWA 4 Rich Juliano, ARTBA 4 Mike Loulakis, Attorney, Wickwire Gavin 4 Keith R. Molenaar, U. of Colorado 4 Jerry Porter, Peter Kiewit Sons', Inc. 4 Greg L. Schiess, FHWA 4 Sid Scott, Trauner Consulting Services, Inc. 4 John M. Smythe, Construction, Iowa DOT 4 Jim Sorenson, FHWA 4 James E. Triplett, United Contractors 4 W Richard Wagman, G.A. & F.C. Wagman, Inc. 4 Gerald Yakowenko, (Co-chair), FHWA

29 Construction Management ETG Current Activities 4 Best Value Implementation Plan. %NCHRP additional case studies (NCHRP Report #561 available in hardcopy) %Pilot Projects under SEP-14 4 Alternative Payment Methods. %Develop a white-paper on current US alternate payment methods –Provide examples that include lump sum payments, milestones/components, plan quantity, etc. –Include the advantages and disadvantages of each strategy. –Impacts on staffing requirements, material usage approvals, fair and equitable adjustment of quantities, audits, supporting documentation of claims, prompt payment, historic database for future estimates

30 Risk Assessment and Allocation 4 Prepare a Risk Assessment and Allocation Guide for Highway Construction Management %Includes: risk identification, assessment, analysis, mitigation and planning, allocation, monitoring, checklists, examples, etc. 4 Conduct Risk Workshops Construction Management ETG Current Activities

31 4 Enhance Qualification Rating Process 4 Alternative Bidding State of the Practice 4 Contractor Quality Management 4 Strategic Use of Alternative Delivery Methods 4 Qualifications in Procurement 4 Warranties and Life Cycle Responsibility Construction Management ETG Future Activities

32 Questions 4 Who may I contact for more information about the Construction Management ETG? %Steve Dewitt, Co-chair, NCDOT, (919) , %Jerry Yakowenko, Co-chair, FHWA, (202) , %Ted Ferragut, Consultant to ETG, ,


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