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1District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority George S. Hawkins, General ManagerJoint Utility Construction Contractors Outreach Forum A Presentation on DC Water’s Upcoming Water and Sewer Capital Improvement ProgramHosted by:DC Water andthe DC Chapter of the National Utility Contractors Association (NUCA)Wednesday, April 23, 2014
2Presentation Agenda Welcome – Dan Buckley, President NUCA DC Chapter Opening Remarks – Florentino Gregorio, President National NUCAForum Overview, CIP, & Contracting – Gus Bass, DC WaterBlue Plains Construction – Diala Dandach, DC WaterClean Rivers Project – Donal Barron, DC WaterWater and Sewer Infrastructure – Jodye Russell, DC WaterConstruction Management – Deidre Saunders, DC WaterQ&A – All panel membersClosing Remarks – Dan BuckleyFollowing Q&A, there will be 30 minutes for networking and work discussion.2
3Introduction to DC Water and Sewer Authority Providesdrinking water distribution for DCrequired wastewater collection and treatmentstormwater collection and conveyanceTreats wastewater for a population of 2.1 millionDistrict of ColumbiaMontgomery & Prince George’s counties, MDFairfax & Loudoun counties, VAOperates the world’s largest advanced wastewater treatment plantAverage daily capacity, 370 mgdPeak daily capacity, 1 billion+ gallonsServes a regional area of approx. 725 Sq MiBlue Plains Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant.
4Blue Plains Service Area Dulles International AirportDistrict of ColumbiaFairfax CityFalls Church CityFairfax CountyPrince George’s CountyMontgomery CountyAlexandria CityArlington CountyLoudoun CountyCSO SewershedSewerBlue Plains Wastewater Treatment Plant
5Past Engineering and Construction Dollars Committed From 2010 to present, DC Water committed more than $2.8 billion for engineering and construction projects in the areas of:Blue Plains upgrades and improvementsCombined sewer overflow (CSO), outfall rehabilitation, and pumping station projectsSanitary pumping facilities and trunk sewer upgradesWater distribution and water facility upgradesWater main and sewer break repair along Spring Place, in Washington, DC.Our Capital Improvement Program (CIP) for the next 10 years is valued at $3.8 billion, and over the next 20 years, $8.4 billion.
6We Will Work with you!Over the last 3 years (FY 2011 – FY 2013), DC Water has awarded:71 Design, Construction, and CM contracts with an award value of $2.01 billionOf this total, over 33% (or $674 million) was awarded to:Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs), Women Business Enterprises (WBEs), Local Small Business Enterprises (LSBEs), and Certified Business Enterprises (CBEs)MBEs and WBEs have been awarded $584 millionLSBEs and CBEs have been awarded $90 millionFor Design-Build contracts, the prime firms indicated that they will continue to pursue opportunities to exceed the goals of:MBE = 32% and WBE = 6% for construction contractsMBE = 28% and WBE = 4% for A/E contracts
7MBE and WBE Requirements DC Water’s MBE and WBE Fair Share Objectives are:Objectives are based on goals established by EPA Region 3: DC, DE, MD, PA, VA, & WVDC Water’s policy is to meet or exceed EPA objectives for MBE and WBE participation in prominent and leadership rolesServicesFair Share Objectives (%)MBEWBEProfessional (A/E Agreements)284Construction326Note that some of the projects discussed today may or may not have EPA small business goals. DC Water continues to encourage the use of small businesses.
8Vendor RegistrationRegister online to receive solicitations, amendments, and contract awards viaTo become a registered vendor:Go to:Click on: “Business Opportunities”Then select: “Vendor Portal”Solicitations are published onDC Water’s website solicitations_overview.cfm ?FilterByType=1The Washington Post, Afro-American, Washington Hispanic, Engineering News Record
10Wastewater Services at Blue Plains Planning, design, and construction of projects for rehabilitation, upgrade, or implementation of new facilities10
11Wastewater Services at Blue Plains: Major Projects Facility upgrades as necessary to comply with future regulatory limits for Total Nitrogen (TN) and Wet WeatherBy January 1, 2015: Reduce plant nitrogen discharge (TN) from 8,467,200 to 4,377,580 pounds per year:Mainly accomplished by the “Enhanced Nitrogen Removal Facility” projectAlso includes ENR-North (secondary treatment upgrades)Filtrate Treatment Facility (treatment of filtrate from dewatering after new digestion process)By March 23, 2018: Pump and process through an Enhanced Clarification Facility up to 225 MGD of combined sewage captured in the Blue Plains Tunnel
12Wastewater Services at Blue Plains: Major Projects Facility upgrades and processes that have a paybackBiosolids Management Plan (Digesters, Cambi, Dewatering Facility) reduces sludge volume, produces a Class A product, produces electricity to offset 1/3 of plant’s electrical loadDigesters under construction.Fully utilized biosolids site.CambiTM reactors.
14Latest Awarded Projects: Design-Build Tunnel Dewatering Pump Station/Enhanced Clarification FacilitiesAwarded value: $214 millionPump station to empty contents of newly constructed tunnelsIncludes 225 MGD ballasted flocculation treatment componentDesign-Build awarded to PC/CDM Smith JV; currently in design phaseMain Process TrainAwarded value: $216 millionDesign-Build awarded to PC/CDM Smith JV; currently in construction phaseCombine Heat and PowerAwarded value: $88 millionDesign-Build awarded to PES; currently in construction phase
15Latest Awarded Projects: Low Bid Enhanced Nitrogen Removal Facilities (ENRF)$69/$97 millionSingle largest expansion of liquid train since the 1970sProject provides over 40 million gallons of additional reactor capacityRequired for new 2015 NPDES permitFinal Dewatering Facilities$78 millionBelt filter press facility for dewatering sludge from new digestersEnhanced Nitrogen Removal Facilities.Final Dewatering Facilities.
16Latest Awarded Projects: Low Bid ENR-North – Secondary Upgrades$57 millionRehabilitation of existing facilities to improve effluent reliability for new ENRF processMajor mechanical upgradesFiltrate Treatment Facilities$60 millionGreenfield construction to treat high-strength ammonia streamDEMON-based processFiltrate Treatment Facilities.
17Smaller ProjectsDC Water is working through one of the most ambitious capital upgrade programs in the history of the utilityNow moving into a phase of rehabilitating and upgrading its existing facilitiesNo new greenfield projectsUpgrades consist of smaller projects to existing process areas within Blue PlainsFocus is on systems (primary treatment, odor control, fiber optics, flood wall)
19Filtration/Disinfection Phase III Objective: Provide electrical power distribution improvement to enhance reliability by:Replacing all aged/outdated 5kV equipmentReplacing motor control centers, 480V and 5kV switchgearsComponents: Heavy mechanical, electrical, HVAC, power, and I&C process control installation and connectionDesign: CompletedCost: Engineer’s estimate: $7 millionSchedule: Construction start: August 201419
20Gravity Thickener Upgrades Phase II Objective: Provide overall reliability improvements to rehabilitate and upgrade:Primary Sludge Screening and Degritting Building (PSSDB)Rehabilitate GT5 & 6Replace equipment in GT 7–10Components: Mechanically complex project involves mechanical, electrical, structural, and HVAC work in addition to I&C workDesign: Near completionCost: Engineer’s estimate: $20 millionSchedule: Advertise in February 2015
21Raw Wastewater Pumping Station 2 Objective: Upgrade and replace aging electrical and mechanical equipment:From continuous exposure and damage from corrosive H2S environmentReplace and relocate sensitive electrical equipmentComponents: Heavy mechanical, buried utility relocation – power, process water, and stormwaterDesign: Underway; Value Engineering completedCost: Engineer’s estimate: $34 millionSchedule: Construction start: April 2016
22Headworks HVAC RehabObjective: Upgrade existing HVAC system at Blue Plains headworks:Internal and external HVAC and odor control systemsInstrumentation and controlComponents: Mechanical, electrical, HVAC, and I&C process control, system commissioningDesign: To be procured in May 2015Cost: Engineer’s construction estimate: $11 millionSchedule: 2015–2018
23Primary Treatment and Grit Chamber Facilities Objective: Upgrade existing preliminary treatment system by:Repairing concrete with prolonged exposure to corrosive hydrogen sulfideReplacing outdated mechanical equipment and drive mechanismsUpgrades to HVAC and odor control systemsInstrumentation and control upgradesComponents: Mechanical, electrical, HVAC, power, and I&C process control automation and start-upDesign: To be procured in Sept 2014Cost: Engineer’s construction estimate: $16 millionSchedule: 2017–2018