Allows ODOT to deliver P3 projects Allows ODOT to solicit, receive, consider, evaluate, and accept bids and proposals for P3 projects. A P3 may cover any aspect of a transportation facility, from development, to construction, to operation of the facility. Provides for flexibility in surety requirements. Allows for multi-party agreements which may include political subdivisions. Establishes both required and permissive elements for a public- private agreement including assessment of user fees.
Provides for consistent, transparent and efficient framework for procurement. Identifies payment types and position in ODOT debt waterfall. Sets forth available delivery mechanisms. Provides process for solicited and unsolicited proposals. Allows for payment of proposal development fee or stipend. Identifies the Division of Innovative Delivery as the division with primary responsibility for implementation. Posted on ODOT Division of Innovative Delivery Website: http://www.dot.state.oh.us/Divisions/InnovativeDelivery
a Chief of Staff Assistant Director Greg Murphy Director Jerry Wray Deputy Director Jim Riley Steering Committee Assistant Directors Julie Brogan Mike Wawszkiewicz Adam Sheets Tim Biggam Consultant Contracts TFAC - HNTB/E&Y TFAC – PFM/HMM Turnpike – KPMG/PB/A&O Portsmouth – CH2/E&Y BSB – HNTB/KPMG Working Groups/IDTTs Construction, Communication, Planning, Engineering, Finance, Maintenance, District Representatives, Chief Legal
Availability payment transactions. P3 Capital Project Delivery Roles and Responsibilities. P3 Policy Board - comprised of the Director and Assistant Directors; will have final authority on all P3 issues. Divisional Approval Committee (DAC) - comprised of Division and District Deputy Directors; makes recommendations on P3 policy Project Screening Working Group (PSWG) - Conducts high level screening of all projects and a detailed screening of projects which advanced beyond the high level screening. Contract Document Working Group (CDWG) - Controls the development of Model/Programmatic Contract Documents Innovative Delivery Transactional Team (IDTT) - Led by a Division Innovative Delivery Project Manager; comprised of CO/District staff with clearly defined responsibilities to deliver a P3 capital project
P3 Policy Board Director & Assistant Directors Division Approval Committee (DAC) Project Screening Working Group (PSWG) Mike Wawskiewicz Innovative Deliver Transaction Team (IDTT) Contract Document Working Group (CDWG) Adam Sheets DD of District 8 Rotating DD of District 12 Rotating Chief Legal Counsel Permanent DD of Finance Permanent DD of Construction Permanent DD of Planning Permanent DD of Engineering Permanent DD of Innovative Delivery Chair IDTT Portsmouth Bypass IDTT Cleveland Innerbelt Bridge IDTT Turnpike IDTT Brent Spence Bridge
Innovative Delivery Transaction Team (IDTT) IDTT Portsmouth Bypass (PSB) IDTT Cleveland Innerbelt Bridge (CIB2) IDTT Turnpike (TP) IDTT Brent Spence Bridge (BSB) IDTT Project Manager Mike Wawszkiewicz TechnicalCH2M Hill FinancialErnst & Young LegalTBD District 9 PMDoug Buskirk District 9 Maintenance Troy Huff GeotechnicalChris Merklin Traffic Reynaldo Stargell ContractsTom Pannett ConstructionEric Kahlig LegalPatrick Piccininni Finance Julie Ray/ Rich Winning FHWASara Lowry IDTT Project Manager Mike Wawszkiewicz TechnicalHNTB FinancialKPMG LegalTBD District 8 PMStefan Spinosa District 8 Maintenance Joe Bassil StructuresTim Keller Traffic Reynaldo Stargell ContractsTom Pannett ConstructionEric Kahlig LegalPatrick Piccininni Finance Julie Ray/ Rich Winning FHWASara Lowry IDTT Project Manager Mike Wawszkiewicz TechnicalHNTB FinancialErnst & Young LegalIce-Miller District 12PMCraig Hebebrand District 12 Maintenance Thomas Hyland District 12 Design Jason Wise StructuresTim Keller ContractsTom Pannett ConstructionEric Kahlig LegalPatrick Piccininni Finance Julie Ray/ Rich Winning FHWAMatt Sharris IDTT Project Manager Jim Riley TechnicalPB FinancialKPMG Legal Allen & Overy/ Barnes & Thornburg Structures Mike Wawszkiewicz Traffic Mike Wawszkiewicz Construction Mike Wawszkiewicz Pavements Mike Wawszkiewicz LegalPatrick Piccininni Finance Julie Ray/ OBM/TOS FHWALaurie Leffler
Screening Costs O&M Potential Priority Project Ripe (Project Status) Sufficient time and staff Prioritization Value for Money Procurement
Turnpike - Study Completed Innerbelt Bridge Contract Group 2 - Procurement Documents Being Developed Portsmouth Bypass - Value for Money Analysis in Progress (completion in January 2013) Brent Spence Bridge - Value for Money Analysis in Progress
Studied Leveraging Do Nothing Governance – ODOT Control Full Concession Everything in Between Evaluated best Public option vs. Public-Private option Consultant Team Current Tolling Policy Over the past 20 years, Turnpike toll rates increased > inflation The Turnpike still has one of the lowest toll rates among comparable roads Tolls were last increased in January 2012. Analysis Considered Public-Private Option: Toll increase cap of inflation, or increase in CPI, estimated at 2.7% Public Option: Toll increase cap of inflation based on bond covenants for at least 10 years Future toll increases - follow the tolling policy in OTC’s Master Trust Agreement Local E-ZPass Freeze – for local auto trips < 30 miles
Efficiencies in combining Demolition and Construction Contracts Shorten duration of bi-directional traffic on single bridge (2-lane EB/4- lane WB) Roadway User Cost Savings of over $25 Million 1.5 Miles of Roadway Improvements 70,000+ Vehicles per Day Design-Build-Finance (DBF) Accelerate start of construction by over 2 years with negligible cost difference
Availability Payment Model Guaranteed fixed price for construction and O&M Accelerate Completion By 8 Yrs TIFIA Application Submitted VfM Analysis – Completion in January 2013 16 mile Greenfield 19,800 vpd DBFOM Combine with paving
~$2.5B ODOT-KYTC Project Approximately 8 miles of roadway improvements Current: 160,000 vpd (11% Trucks) 2035: 235,000 vpd FONSI Approved - July 2012 Value for Money Analysis – Early 2013 Tolling Analysis – Early 2013 Potential DBFOM with Tolling/Availability Payment TIFIA LOI to be submitted in 2013
Study area 3.21 sq. miles Project length 7.8 Miles 5.1 miles (26,807 ft) in KY 2.7 miles (14,256 ft) in OH Existing bridge length 1,736.5 feet 4% of project length ~$2.5B ODOT-KYTC Project
Steps To Building Our Bridge Building the Brent Spence Bridge Corridor 2015
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