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1 Construction Engineering and Inspection Lee County Computer Signal System (Advanced Traffic Management System) FPID Federal Project No.: A March 21, 2012 ITS for Lee!

2 Awareness/Approach Understanding Project Scope
Project Overview Design Build Contract $5.4 Million Lump Sum Contract 565 contract days D/B; 21 Months CEI Federal Aid Project 28 miles, from Bonita to Tara Woods Blvd. north of SR 78 Coordination with local governmental agencies (Lee County, Bonita Springs, Estero, City of Fort Myers and Cape Coral) DBF will design, furnish, install, integrate and test ITS field devices and connect to the Lee County Traffic Operations Center (TOC) Complete modifications to TOC / 180 days Vay

3 Understanding Project Scope
Primary Responsibilities of the CEI Act as extension to FDOT staff Proactively manage the work Anticipate and address project issues Coordinate all aspects of design and construction Review/ analyze CPM schedules Schedule of Values Provide interpretation of contract documents Phase submittal reviews/ERC Required meetings Kick-off Design workshops Pre-construction and Pre-integration Enforce contract requirements and implement CPPR Operate in accordance with FDOT procedures (CPAM) Vay

4 Understanding Project Scope (Design)
Phase Submittals - 60%, 90% & 100% Final Conformance with Design Build Technical Proposal - “Book of Promises” Conformance with RFP & MTRs Hardware/ Software Compatible with Econolite Centracs® System Review/ Resolution of Potential Integration Issues Compatibility/Coordination with Future Projects Confirm existing conduit and fiber is viable Provide Clarifications - RFP vs. MTRs Permits SFWMD NPDES/SWPPP Endangered Species PIO Support Vay

5 Understanding Project Scope (Design)
ERC utilization Plan submittals Device Cut Sheets Manual Tracking Shop Drawings Other Field Assessments ITS field device locations / site survey Potential underground utility conflicts Review of Right of Way limits Inventory of existing infrastructure Vay

6 Understanding Project Scope (Construction)
Key Components of the Work 54 NEMA TS2 Type I Controller Assembles 36 CCTV Cameras 4 new Node Cabinets to be integrated into existing system Traffic Control Center (TOC) equipment upgrade and modification 38 Uninterruptable Power Supplies (UPS) 28 System Detection Devices Reconnect existing opticoms in new cabinets (21 locations) 9 County Count Stations ADA improvements to affected intersections The project will be integrated into the existing Lee County TOC Econolite Centracs® System and Communications Network Arleny

7 Understanding Project Scope (Construction)
Fiber Optic Communications Infrastructure Miles of directional bore due to existing field conditions Utilize existing as well as new fiber optic infrastructure Extensive splicing and integration Three 1¼” conduits (1 for FOC, 1 for locate and 1 spare) Locate system to be installed in dedicated pull box Separate conduit for electric (min 2”) US 41 and Fountain Lakes Arleny MLK and Veronica

8 Understanding Project Scope (Construction)
Fiber Optic Communications Infrastructure Locate existing utilities (Sunshine One Call); DBF utilizing SUE Bore logs to verify horizontal locations & depths Recommend field adjustments to avoid unforeseen conflicts Update plans to ensure accuracy of as-builts Conduits “proofed” to ensure continuity and absence of obstructions Review OTDR testing on existing and new fiber Arleny

9 Understanding Project Scope (Construction)
US 41 and Colonial CCTV (Closed Circuit TV) Installed at 36 locations Provide 360 coverage Cannot be installed in the medians Pole height maximum of 50 feet above ground level Existing or new structures may be utilized for mounting Arleny

10 Understanding Project Scope (Documentation)
CEI Reporting Daily Reporting of Construction Activities/ Site Manager Verification Testing Reports & LIMS Entry MOT / Erosion control field reviews and verification of contractor reports CPM Reviews Digital Progress Photos & Log Monthly FDOT Project Status Reports (CSRS) Meetings Minutes & Follow-Up Action Items Arleny

11 Understanding Project Scope (Documentation)
DBF Submittal Tracking Design Submittals Cut Sheets/ Shop Drawings CPM Schedule/ Updates Schedule of Values Field Equipment Operational Manuals Software Manuals/ Device Protocols Test Procedures and Results RTVM Training Manuals Certification of all signal equipment We will prepare a submittal tracking log in advance of project start & track all submittals via ERC or submittal log Arleny **ALL IMPORTANT**

12 Understanding Project Scope (Documentation)
Project Close Out/ Warranties Timely submittal of all close out documents Final As-Built plans with GPS data in hand before project acceptance Spare Parts (as required) Timely/ Accurate Final Estimate Allied’s FE submittal on Charlotte FMS and ATMS was submitted early with no procedural errors Warranties Pre/ post-warranty meetings Require warranty documents as soon as devices are installed Ensure warranties per contract/ technical proposal Establish a matrix to track warranty submittals Arleny

13 Understanding Project Scope (Construction)
Key Inspection Points CEI check lists based on Final Plans/ RFP/ MTR requirements Standards/ Specifications FDOT 780 Supplemental Specifications FDOT Inspection Guidelists Components to be QPL/APL approved Splice and pull box conformance Proper sizing of products Use of expanded RTVM for field inspections RTVM Sample Scott

14 Understanding Project Scope (Construction)
Environmental Concerns - Minimal Erosion Control Plan / NPDES inspections Other Permits Protected species Gopher Tortoise Indigo snake Bald Eagle Scott

15 Unique Project Issues Communication / Coordination is Key
Daily communication with Contractor Superintendent Communication with Utility owners (48 hours prior) Communication and coordination with on-going construction projects Interface with property owners and general public Interaction with Dept. Public Information Officer 20+ special events Scott

16 Unique Project Issues MOT/ Safety
MOT Certified Personnel/ Urban; high traffic counts Minimize traffic disruptions & maximize safety Ensure advance coordination for lane closures & nighttime operations (PIO, Law Enforcement & Emergency Services) Conformance with MUTCD & FDOT standards MOT & Safety will be emphasized at project meetings US 41 and Alico Rd Scott

17 Unique Project Issues Approved MOT Plan vs. existing field conditions
Experienced personnel capable of adjusting MOT to meet field conditions District One lane closure policy/RFP restrictions/damage recovery Limited ROW affecting full or partial lane closures and construction equipment placement Directional Bore MOT verification inspection each day Scott US 41& Alico

18 Lee County will operate and maintain ATMS after project acceptance
Unique Project Issues Grounding Requirements Background ATMS Project Highlights Testing Signal Cabinet CCTV Pole US 41 and Victoria Earl Lee County will operate and maintain ATMS after project acceptance Our Goal is to provide grounding that meets or exceeds project requirements

19 Unique Project Issues (Testing & Integration)
MTR requires: Preliminary Integration Plan 30 days prior to Pre-Integration Meeting Pre-Integration Meeting Discuss Preliminary Integration Plan Integration Plan 90 days prior to Integration Work Testing Factory Stand-Alone Subsystem Operational Test Burn-in Earl

20 Unique Project Issues (Testing & Integration)
Integration of system Equipment compatibility with Econolite Centracs® Interim Operations Maintain Operational Functionality TOC Equipment Installation Early in Project – 180 days from NTP Signal Groupings Existing ATMS Central Software Existing Communications Existing signal timings and MOT Achievable Systematic Deployment / Phasing of Construction and Procurement Phasing of construction Procurement Accurate Inventory Benefits Earl

21 Innovative Concepts If desired, ability to use FDOT ERC system for all submittals Expansion of the RTVM (Traceability Matrix) Include additional project requirements such as NEC Expand verification method (Factory, Stand-alone, Subsystem) Develop comprehensive field check lists using the RTVM Specialty staff and peak work staff brought in only as-needed Project Share Site for exchange of large files Dual trained staff No cost project office at 5500 Division Drive Environmental Specialist available at no cost to the Department Real time project tracking Paula

22 Innovative Concepts Paula

23 Proposed Staffing The Allied Team
Allied * AIM * Atkins * ComVia * Covalt * Gannett Fleming * URS Proposed Staffing Quantity Proposed Availability of Staff Qualifications/ Certifications of Staff Quality/ Experience on Similar Projects Team’s Past Performance on Similar Projects Paula

24 Quantity/ Availability Proposed
Key staff part-time through design Core inspection/field staff during construction/testing Specialty staff as-needed Reduced staff during Operational Period Under CEI Budget Paula

25 Proposed Staff Paula FDOT District One Mary Wiley
Construction Project Manager Katherine Duvall/ Mark Roberts Traffic Operations Quality Assurance James White, Allied Jim Lynch, P.E., Volkert Joe McConnell, P.E., URS Principal-In-Charge/ Project Manager Paula McQueen, CPA, Allied Senior Project Engineer Vay Scott, P.E., Allied Sr. ITS Engineer Alex Mousadi, P.E., URS Joe McConnell, P.E., URS Dr. Ayman Mohamed, P.E., URS Project Administrator / Contract Support Specialist Arleny Barrios, Allied Secretary TBD, Allied ITS Engineer/Inspector Earl Salley , GF Matt Cousins, URS Sr. ITS Inspector Joe King, Atkins Danny Trigg, GF CEI Staff CEI Sr. Inspector Scott Franklin (Lead), Allied Norman Brownlie, Allied CEI Inspector Ryan Scott, Allied Mark Smalley, Allied Specialty Staff Public Information Officer Dave Parks (Comvia) Professional Surveyor Bob Potter, PSM (AIM) Resident Compliance Specialist Lori Hoover (Covalt Group) Additional Inspection Sr ITS Inspector Jose Feliz, Atkins Edmund Lewandowski, GF ITS Inspector Sean Rouleau, Atkins Frankie Suarez, Allied CEI Inspection Matt Hicks, Densel Landrum, Brian Moore, Allied Paula ITS Inspector Ron Horn, URS Jason Vincent, URS

26 Qualifications/ Certifications of Staff
Vay Scott, P.E. - Sr. Project Engineer 28 years experience on FDOT projects Florida Licensed Professional Engineer Significant CEI management experience Lakeland CCTV Installation Project QA Manager for Charlotte FMS and Charlotte ATMS Projects Proactive approach to issue identification and resolution History of completing projects early or on time! Paula

27 Qualifications/ Certifications of Staff
Alex Mousadi, P.E. - Sr. ITS Engineer Electrical Engineer Over 22 years experience in the ITS industry Experience encompasses design, construction, testing & integration Key projects include; 23 miles of I-75 for the Charlotte FMS for FDOT District 1 Roadside Animal Detection System (RADS) for FDOT District 1 250+ interstate ITS work in Florida (I-4, I-75, I-275, I-595, I-95) I-595 PPP in District 4 Participated in development/integration of eight (8) TMC’s nationally Lead system designer & integrator for Tampa Bay SunGuide Ph 3 Paula Diverse background allowing for prompt and efficient issue resolutions!

28 Qualifications/ Certifications of Staff
Arleny Barrios - Project Administrator / Contract Support Specialist Degreed Civil Engineer – meets requirements of Sr. PE position 11 years of CEI experience; 4 years with FDOT in Sarasota Ops Extremely organized and efficient PA/CSS on Charlotte County ATMS Kept overtime on Charlotte County ATMS to less than 4% Available 50% now; Full-time April 2012 Brought ATMS project in on-time and returned CEI funds to the Department Paula

29 Qualifications/ Certifications of Staff
Below is a summary of hours by month for the management positions. NTP was issued in July and construction began in February. As you can see, the PA has little involvement until construction began. Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Sr. Project Engineer 8.00 18.00 15.00 15.50 26.00 36.00 34.00 46.00 24.00 Project Administrator 10.00 42.00 56.00 23.00 4.00 3.00 73.00 144.00 CSS 0.00 31.00 37.00 38.00 107.00 Paula

30 Qualifications/ Certifications of Staff
Paula

31 Qualifications/ Certifications of Staff
Scott Franklin – Senior Lead Inspector / Assistant Project Administrator 20 years of CEI experience Senior Lead Inspector and Project Administrator IMSA Level 1 and 2 Certified Fiber Optic Technician PA on the Charlotte FMS project Handled scheduling and kept overtime on Charlotte County FMS to less than 2% Available Full-time Nov/Dec 2012 Paula Exceptional CEI Senior Lead Inspector

32 Qualifications/ Certifications of Staff
Earl Salley – ITS Engineer / Inspector BS Civil Engineering 23 years of ITS experience – 21 years with Lee County Traffic Ops Designed, installed and managed the Lee County signal system Knowledgeable about local ordinances Knows the local communities Lee County Complete Streets Initiative Available part-time now; Full-time Oct 2012 Allied’s Secret Weapon Paula

33 Qualifications/ Certifications of Staff
Joe King – Senior ITS Inspector Certified IMSA Signal Inspector Sr. ITS Inspector on very complex urban systems in Hillsborough County and Orange County Knows Bosch Camera System used by Lee County Experienced in traffic transportation design and ITS system analysis Available part-time now; Full-time May 2012 Five ATMS/ six ITS projects as a Sr ITS Inspector Paula

34 Qualifications/ Certifications of Staff
Danny Trigg– Senior ITS Inspector Certified IMSA Levels 1 & 2 Inspector Worked on five ITS projects in Lee County Knows Bosch Camera System used by Lee County Experience on three FDOT ATMS projects Available Full-time Oct 2012 Knows Lee County’s Signal System Paula

35 Qualifications/ Certifications of Staff
CEI Mark Smalley (Building/ Structural Inspector) Mark Smalley Additional Resources AIM Engineering and Survey (Bob Potter, PSM) ComVia (Dave Parks, PIO) Covalt Group (Lori Hoover, RCS) Bob Potter Paula Lori Hoover David Parks

36 Qualifications/Certifications of Staff
Strong QA Program = Quality services QA Team: Jim Lynch, P.E. (Volkert) Joe McConnell, P.E. (URS) James “J” White (Allied) 50 years CEI experience with significant ITS installations Reviews per the Scope of Services to include; Quality & quantity of personnel assigned Quality of project records Communication & feedback with FDOT Paula

37 Quality/ Experience on Similar Projects
Recent Relevant Project Experience Project/ Client Construction Amount ($M) Start End Scope of Work I-75 Charlotte County FMS/ FDOT District One $10 M Apr-09 Mar-11 23 miles Charlotte County ATMS/ $6 M Jan-06 May-08 28 miles (84 int.) Collier Co. & City of Naples ATMS/ FDOT JPA (Ph 1 & 2) $5 M Jun-02 May-06 20 miles City of Lakeland ATMS $15 M Jul-07 Jan-08 5 miles Lee/Collier ITS FMS/ $35 M Oct-05 Dec-09 98 miles Tampa SunGuide Phase 3 $28 M Feb-07 On-going 50 miles Over 175 Miles of ITS/ATMS Installations in FDOT District One Paula

38 Quality/ Experience on Similar Projects
Device Description Charlotte Co. ATMS I-75 Charlotte Co. FMS I-75 Sarasota-Manatee FMS CCTV Cameras 84 30 75 +/- DMS Signs N/A 10 25 Vehicle Detectors 44 18 HART/ HARB 5/1 10/20 RWIS 1 2 Fiber Optic/Conduit 28 miles+/- 23 miles+/- 56 miles+/- Wireless Devices 5 Paula

39 Team’s Past Performance on Similar Projects
Charlotte County ATMS Returned $80,000 in CEI Fees Final Grade of 4.2 Set the standard in communication, coordination & proactive issue resolution Charlotte County FMS Returned $50,000 in CEI Fees Final Grade of 3.9 Continued to establish new standards in communication, coordination & proactive issue resolution Paula

40 Other Considerations Public Information
Coordination with Debbie Tower from day one for all PI activities Keep Web Site ITSLee.org up to date Two prong approach: day to day PI issues/overall communication of benefits (awareness and education) Public meetings Community awareness Maximize existing communication resources available: TV, Radio, News- Paper MPO presentation Work with 511 and FL511.com Paula

41 Other Considerations Effective Communications with Stakeholders
Began in advance of CEI advertisement FDOT - Traffic Operations, Fort Myers Operations, District Construction, District PIO, SWIFT Center Lee County, Bonita, Bonita Springs, City of Fort Myers, Cape Coral Facilitate Project Meetings Action Item Log Thorough Documentations CEI Performance Evaluation: Provided necessary project information to all project stakeholders – 5! “Excellent communication between CCEI staff, contractor, Department & local municipalities” Paula

42 Commitment to Satisfy Department Needs
DRB letter recognizing the Allied team for their outstanding performance on Charlotte FMS Nominated for FTBA Excellence in Construction Award Nominated for ITS Florida Outstanding Achievement Award Make the DOT’s client, Lee County, continue to be the complete streets champion of the year Paula

43 Commitment to Satisfy Department Needs
Paula

44 Commitment to Satisfy Department Needs
Proven abilities to interpret the contract and resolve issues at project level Proven knowledge of technical issues Proven abilities to properly document and inspect the work Proven communication abilities Proven ability to manage CEI and construction dollars Proven Commitment to FDOT Experienced Team! ITS Allied! Consistent, Predictable, Repeatable


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