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1 Edmonton’s Anthony Henday Drive Unique Challenges Saskatchewan P3 Summit 2014 Regina, Saskatchewan September 9, 2014

2 Alberta’s Ring Roads Planned in mid-1960’s around Alberta’s two major cities Began purchasing land in late 1960’s and early 1970’s Freeway standard roadway

3 Project Delivery Mechanisms Traditional Design-Bid-Build Design-Build Design-Build-Finance-Operate – also known as Public Private Partnerships (P3)

4 Edmonton Ring Road Current Status 90% open to traffic Design and construction started in km total length Fully complete in fall 2016 $4.3 billion invested to date

5 Edmonton Ring Road

6 Edmonton Ring Road Delivery Time Frames Anthony Henday Southwest – 12 years (Design-Bid-Build) Anthony Henday Southeast – 3 years (P3) Anthony Henday Northwest – 3.5 years (P3) Anthony Henday Northeast – 4.5 years (P3)

7 Calgary Ring Road Current Status 70% open to traffic Design and construction started in km total length $1.9 billion invested to date Southwest segment remains to be completed

8 Calgary Ring Road

9 Calgary Ring Road Delivery Time Frames Stoney Trail Northwest – 12 years (Design-Bid-Build) Stoney Trail Northeast – 3 years (P3) Stoney Trail Southeast – 3.5 years (P3)

10 Public Private Partnership Projects

11 Alberta P3 Philosophy P3 projects must demonstrate value for money Risk transferred to the party best able to manage it Agreement terms and technical requirements set before bids are submitted No negotiation after submission of bids

12 Risk Allocation - Construction

13 Risk Allocation - Operations

14 Challenges: Quality Management Implementation of contractor’s quality plan –staff with appropriate experience and qualifications –clearly defined roles for quality control and quality assurance –authority for quality management team to affect construction operations –contractor’s ability to make adjustments as required Design and construction issues –meeting technical requirements –addressing non-conformance –rejection versus modification –garnering support from consortium level

15 Challenges: Fast-Track Design-Build Ensure it is designed before it is built Everything is on fast-track schedule Designs are completed and submitted in sub-elements

16 Challenges: Regulatory Approvals For River Crossing Completed some preliminary engineering for river crossings during Functional Planning Study Met with Department of Fisheries and Oceans and Transport Canada well in advance of issuing RFQ Incorporated regulatory review and input during RFP process Expedited contractor’s ability to obtain regulatory approval for construction

17 Challenges: Utilities within Project Limits Completed Hydrovac exposure of all underground utilities (approximately 500) and made information available to proponents during RFP phase Existing utility agreements made available to proponents Contractor required to coordinate relocations with their work Getting utility crossing agreement with several different companies for construction phase Shared risk for cost of utility relocations –up to $120 million borne by contractor –from $120 to $160 million shared 50/50 with department –beyond $160 million shared 25/75 with department

18 Challenges: Agreements with Railway Companies Initiated discussions with CP Rail and CN Rail well in advance of issuing RFQ Agreement reached on cost apportionment Objective to have railway agreements signed and available to proponents during RFP phase

19 Challenges: Traffic Management During Construction Projects include reconstruction of existing freeway and interchanges Significant traffic disruptions occur over full duration of project RFP included requirements to submit construction management plan along with staging analysis

20 Challenges: Public Communications Multiple stakeholders Public expectations –open house/information sessions –traffic advisories –addressing complaints

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