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Benefits of an As-Needed Construction Management Services Contract CMAA NATIONAL CONFERENCE October 2009 Copyright © 2009 by R. W. Beck, Inc. All Rights.

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1 Benefits of an As-Needed Construction Management Services Contract CMAA NATIONAL CONFERENCE October 2009 Copyright © 2009 by R. W. Beck, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

2 R. W. Beck, Inc. 2 Session Learning Objectives  Understand how to manage a task order construction management contract  Develop tools for monitoring contract performance  Identify suitable projects for an as-needed scope San Diego County Water Authority

3 R. W. Beck, Inc. 3 Presenter Bio Mike Kenny, Lead Construction Manager, San Diego County Water Authority  B.S. in Construction Management, Colorado State University 1989  San Diego County Water Authority 1991 to present  engineering technician  senior engineering technician  supervising engineering technician in charge of inspection group for construction administration group  2006-present construction manager responsible for four engineers and inspection group. Project value totals around $150 million. San Diego County Water Authority

4 R. W. Beck, Inc. 4 Presenter Bio Christopher Dull, P.E., Vice President, R. W. Beck  B.S. in Civil Engineering, University of California at Irvine 1989  R. W. Beck, Inc to present  Responsible for oversight/coordination of construction management services for southwest. Project value totals exceed $1 billion. San Diego County Water Authority

5 R. W. Beck, Inc. 5 San Diego County Water Authority Background  History of San Diego County Water Authority  History of water authority’s capital improvement program (CIP) San Diego County Water Authority

6 R. W. Beck, Inc. 6 San Diego County Water Authority Background  1999  Design is underway for the first phase of a $3.6 billion capital improvement program –Several new pipelines –One new dam –11 miles of rock tunnel –One dam raise –50 miles of pipe relining –New 100-million-gallon-per-day treatment plant San Diego County Water Authority

7 R. W. Beck, Inc. 7 San Diego County Water Authority Administration of Capital Improvement Program  Classic construction management (CM) team organization  Prior to 2000  Multiple contracts administered per project  Separate CM, geotechnical, surveying, and related contracts  2000 and beyond  Comprehensive CM contract arrangement San Diego County Water Authority

8 R. W. Beck, Inc. 8 Capital Improvement Program Construction Spending Levels Changing FY 2005FY 2008 $350 million $120 million San Diego County Water Authority

9 R. W. Beck, Inc. 9 Pre-2000 Typical Project Staffing  One construction group staff member responsible for up to seven construction projects  Management responsibilities include:  Prime construction contracts  Multiple consultant contracts for each construction project  Inter-departmental coordination San Diego County Water Authority

10 R. W. Beck, Inc. 10 San Vicente Tunnel Pipeline San Vicente Pump Station Ramona Pipeline Lake Hodges Pumped Storage Pipelines 3, 4 and 4A Relining Pipeline 4 Emergency Shutdown/Repair Construction Manager X Resident Engineer X Field Inspection X Plant Inspection XX Contract Administration XXX Document Controls X Claims Assistance XX Full Construction Management Team XXX New Staffing Strategy Needed San Diego County Water Authority

11 R. W. Beck, Inc. 11 New Staffing Strategy Needed San Diego County Water Authority San Diego County Water Authority Contractor R. W. Beck

12 R. W. Beck, Inc. 12 New Staffing Strategy Needed San Diego County Water Authority SDCWA = San Diego County Water Authority

13 R. W. Beck, Inc. 13 RFP Scoping and Development San Diego County Water Authority RFP = request for proposal SDCWA = San Diego County Water Authority

14 R. W. Beck, Inc. 14 Task Order Tracking San Diego County Water Authority As-Needed Construction Management Support Services (# ) R. W. Beck Contract Task Status SDCWA = San Diego County Water Authority

15 R. W. Beck, Inc. 15 Benefits San Diego County Water Authority

16 R. W. Beck, Inc. 16 Benefits San Diego County Water Authority SDCWA = San Diego County Water Authority WA = water authority

17 R. W. Beck, Inc. 17 Case Study Number 1 – Pipeline 4 Emergency Shutdown  Project team assembled and onsite within 24 hours  Emergency repair of 96 feet of 72-inch prestressed concrete cylinder pipe  Project Completed within 12 days San Diego County Water Authority

18 R. W. Beck, Inc. 18 Case Study Number 2 – Pipeline 4 Relining Under San Diego River  Fast track project  Protect Pipeline 4 under the San Diego River  Full construction management team required San Diego County Water Authority

19 R. W. Beck, Inc. 19 Case Study Number 3 – Pipelines 3, 4, and 4A Relining Under Interstate 15  Relining prestressed concrete cylinder pipe under Interstate 15 without traffic interruption  Full construction management team  Public relations challenge San Diego County Water Authority

20 R. W. Beck, Inc. 20 Case Study Number 4 – San Vicente Dam Raise Package 1  First Package for 117-foot dam raise  Quarry investigation to determine available material types and quantities San Diego County Water Authority

21 R. W. Beck, Inc. 21 Lessons Learned  Multiple contracts provide additional flexibility  48-hour staffing requirement critical  Custom task order tracking provided real- time contract status San Diego County Water Authority

22 R. W. Beck, Inc. Questions San Diego County Water Authority


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