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PRESENTATION FOR Industry Workshop January 8, 2013 PRESENTED BY Robert Bostian, Jr., PE Nadir Rodrigues, PE FDOT District 4 I-75 and Palmetto Express Lanes.

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1 PRESENTATION FOR Industry Workshop January 8, 2013 PRESENTED BY Robert Bostian, Jr., PE Nadir Rodrigues, PE FDOT District 4 I-75 and Palmetto Express Lanes Judy Solaun-Gonzalez, PE FDOT District 6

2 Agenda  OPENING REMARKS  PROJECT OVERVIEW  DISTRICT 4 SEGMENTS  DISTRICT 6 SEGMENT  PROCUREMENT PROCESS AND SCHEDULE  NEXT STEPS  DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (DBE)

3 Opening Remarks  Jim Wolfe, PE, District 4 Secretary  Gus Pego, PE, District 6 Secretary

4 Regional Managed Lanes Network 4

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6 Workshop Objectives  Project Challenges Open Express Lanes to traffic in 2017  Communicate to industry: Project scope and available information Procurement timeline and process for the 7 Design-Build contracts and the 4 CEI contracts  Solicit industry feedback to enhance project development and procurement process One on One Meetings with Contractor Teams Focus on corridor-wide issues

7 PROJECT OVERVIEW

8 Lead Agency Roles  Collaborative management effort between D4, D6 and FTE  District 4 (I-75 from NW 170th St. to I-595) – 15 miles 5 D-B segment contracts, 3 CEI contracts and ITS/Tolling Integration contract  District 6 (SR 826 from W Flagler St. to NW 154th St. / I-75 from SR 826 to NW 170th St.) – 13 miles 1 D-B contract and 1 CEI contract  FTE Toll Equipment contract(s) for 12 toll gantries

9 Project Limits  SR 826 from W Flagler St. to I-75 and I-75 from SR 826 to I-595 (Total 28 miles) D6 Segment - SR 826 from W Flagler St. to NW 154th St. and I-75 from SR 826 to NW 170th St. (13 miles) D4 Segment - I-75 from NW 170th St. to I-595 (15 miles)

10 Key Components  Express Lanes direct connections to SR 826, HEFT and I-595  Intermediate EL Ingress/Egress locations  Accommodation of BRT Access to the Palmetto Metrorail Station at NW 74 th St.  Integrated ITS/Tolling systems  Sound barrier walls (where warranted per PD&E Noise Study and Reevaluation)  Emergency Response provisions NW 25 th St. NW 74 th St. NW 138 th St. Miami Gardens Dr. Miramar Pkwy. Sheridan St. Griffin Rd. Royal Palm Blvd.

11 75 Express Typical Section  I-75 Express Lanes in median from SR 826 to I-595 (18 miles) Barrier separated typical section 1 to 2 lanes in each direction  Drainage improvements to include french drains, infield ponds and linear retention swales extending to LA R/W line

12 Palmetto Express Typical Section  Palmetto Express Lanes in median from W Flagler St. to NW 154th St. (10 miles) Tubular delineator separation between EL and GP lanes 1 to 2 lanes in each direction

13 Transit Components  Accommodation of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) BB&T Center to NW 74 th St. Palmetto Metrorail Station  Future Park and Ride facilities under consideration Griffin Rd. Pines Blvd. (not part of PD&E Preferred Alt. – options under evaluation) Miami Gardens Dr.

14 ITS/Tolling  All electronic tolling – 12 gantry locations  Congestion pricing  Three destination toll rate signing  Integrated ITS and tolling  Operational jurisdictions

15 Express Lanes Configuration

16 Tolling Strategy

17 Project Video

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19 DISTRICT 4 SEGMENTS

20 Project Status (NEPA)  I-75 PD&E (NW 103rd St. to I-595) – LDCA March 2012  SIMR and Design Change/Construction Advertisement Reevaluations – under FHWA review Advancement of Express Lanes improvements Addition of Sheridan St. ingress/egress No C-D concept for I-75/HEFT Interchange Wetland mitigation credits procurement Pembroke Road Overpass update  Conceptual Environmental Resource Permit (ERP) Submitted application package July 2012 (joint D4/D6 submittal) Permit pending receipt of mitigation bank reservation letter

21 Project Segmentation

22 Construction Segment FPID#I-75 Limits Approx. Length (mi.) Additional Information Segment A From NW 170th St. to South of HEFT Mainline 1.3Includes 2 toll gantries. Segment B From South of HEFT Mainline to South of Miramar Pkwy. 1.7 Includes I-75 Express Lanes (EL) Bridge over HEFT Mainline; NB I-75 (widening), EL’s & NB HEFT Ramp Bridge (3) over C-9 Canal; and NB & SB EL Ramps over I-75 (2) Segment C From South of Miramar Pkwy. to South of Sheridan St. 3.6Includes I-75 EL Bridge over C-4 Canal and 2 toll gantries. Segment D From South of Sheridan St. to North of Griffin Road 3.7Includes I-75 EL Bridge over C-11 Canal and 2 toll gantries. Segment E From North of Griffin Road to I Includes Reversible Ramp Bridge for I-75 to I-595 EL connection; Ramps R-1, R-2 and R-4 connections to I-595; and 1 toll gantry. Corridor-Wide ITS/Tolls Integration From NW 170th St. to I Includes corridor-wide installation of the fiber optics for the ITS backbone and toll systems integration with the Traffic Management Center (TMC) central control software and ITS and toll systems testing. TOTALS 15.0 Segment Limits/Scope Elements  Logical project limits established per segment Prescriptive RFP criteria for corridor continuity

23 Ongoing Activities  Design Analysis  Right of Way  Drainage  Environmental  Utility Coordination  Geotechnical  Landscape  Public Outreach

24 Design Analysis  Develop Concept Plans & Criteria Typical Sections Horizontal & Vertical Geometry Master Signing, ITS and Lighting Plans Structures  D6 Coordination Project Scope, Delivery Method & Limits  FTE Coordination I-75/HEFT Interchange Reevaluation (no C-D concept) Tolling Infrastructure Requirements  Coordination with Adjacent Projects  Emergency Response Strategies & Coordination

25 Right of Way  Permanent easements are recommended for two drainage outfalls in Segments C and D Acquisition process ongoing by FDOT Interim discharge mechanisms can be provided within existing R/W, enabling acquisition without construction schedule impacts  FDOT’s intent is that all other project construction activities be conducted within the existing R/W

26 Drainage  All conceptual drainage and permitting analysis has been based on the full build-out of the PD&E Preferred Alternative, including: Conceptual Drainage Report BHR Memo Cross Drain Analysis Permit Plans Permit Sketches  Linear dry detention swales throughout project limits for treatment and attenuation, except between county line and Bass Creek Road where exfiltration trench will be utilized  Wet detention ponds within infield areas for treatment, attenuation, and floodplain compensation

27 Permitting  FDOT to obtain conceptual permits based on ultimate build-out of PD&E Preferred Alternative Joint FDEP/SFWMD/USACE ERP (RAI #3 completed) SFWMD ROW Occupancy Permit (RAI #1 completed) SFWMD Water Use (Dewatering) Master Permit (approved) CBWCD Stormwater Permit (RAI #1 completed) SBDD Stormwater Permit (approved)  D-B Firm responsible for obtaining (per segment): SFWMD Standard General ERP(s) CBWCD and SBDD Paving and Drainage Permit(s) Special Conditions documentation in support of SFWMD Master Dewatering Permit requirements Any additional permit modifications and/or mitigation required by USACE due to design/construction changes

28 Sound Barriers  PD&E Study recommended 16 locations for new or replacement sound barriers north of NW 170 th St. 12 of the 16 recommended walls to be constructed as part of the Express Lanes Projects  Noise reevaluation ongoing  Sound barrier limits and heights to be provided to D-B Firms

29 Contamination  Reports prepared Phase I Contamination Screening Evaluation Report Phase II Impact to Construction Assessment Report Bridge Asbestos Containing Materials Reports  Level II testing identified 2 contamination-impacted groundwater zones in vicinity of the corridor and minor arsenic impacts to soil at various corridor locations Soil Management Plan provided in Phase II Report  Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM’s) identified for: NB and SB I-75 bridges over Snake Creek Bass Creek Road bridge over I-75 Miramar Parkway bridge over I-75

30 Other Environmental  Wetlands/Wood Stork Suitable Foraging Habitat Wetland Evaluation Report (WER) prepared Mitigation credit purchase for wetland impacts (ITB ongoing) D-B Firm responsible for permits/costs of any additional impacts  Protected Species Endangered Species Biological Assessment Report prepared Section 7 Consultation conducted with FWS and SFH for wood stork  Archaeological Sites Cultural Resources Assessment Survey (CRAS) prepared Construction in vicinity of site 8BD3163 (within I-75 R/W north of Pembroke Road) to be monitored

31 Utility Coordination  Utility Kick-Off Meeting with UAO’s conducted on May 18, 2012  Follow-up Utility Workshop with UAO’s conducted on September 28, 2012  Refining Utility Base Map of existing facilities  Refining Potential Utility Conflict Matrix  Field investigations (below and above ground) ongoing within proximity of sound barrier locations/aerial facility crossings  Quality Level “B” Designation performed in potential conflict areas  Utility reimbursement eligibility under FDOT Legal review

32 Geotechnical  PD&E Geotechnical Reports & additional Soil Boring Logs for Bridges, MSE Walls, Sound Barrier Walls & Roadway will be provided  Boring Data approximate spacing: Roadway median borings feet Bridge borings - alternate bent locations (no borings drilled in water bodies) MSE Wall borings feet Sound Barrier Wall borings feet  Organic Soils / Unsuitable Materials to be removed within 6 feet (minimum) below existing grade

33 Landscape  Landscape Concept Design to be provided to D-B Firms Screening/buffering areas without sound barrier walls Bold performing landscape design in select corridor locations  Adheres to FDOT’s new “Business of Beautification” initiative  D-B Firm responsible for relocation of designated desirable native trees where impacted by construction Corridor tree survey conducted

34 Public Outreach  Recent and ongoing outreach efforts: Elected Official briefings Broward MPO TCC & CIR presentations on November 26 & 27, 2012, respectively TIP/STIP Amendment presentation to Broward County MPO on December 13, 2012 New website (75-Express.com) launched on December 16, 2012 Public announcement of Industry Workshop and January 15, 2013 Public Information Meeting  Communication tools – media, website, , Facebook, Twitter, fact sheets, newsletters, etc.  D-B Firms responsible for providing ongoing support to Public Information Officer for: Community Awareness Program Public meeting / workshops Technical assistance Display graphics

35 Additional Scope Considerations  Segment C – Pembroke Rd. Overpass Broward County design plans currently Phase IV status Consideration of Pembroke Rd. bridge and MSE walls construction within LA R/W as part of Segment C Broward County contractor will construct east/west roadway approaches and walls up to LA R/W  Segment D – I-75/Sheridan St. interchange Advancement of full and partial interchange improvements under consideration

36 Engineering Data Available for RFP  Electronic survey data  Existing Utilities Base Map and Potential Conflict Matrix  Segment Concept Plans  Typical Section Package  Pavement Design Report  Design Variations  Right of Way Maps  Master Signing, ITS and Lighting Plans  Landscape Concept Design  Conceptual Permits FDEP/SFWMD/ACOE ERP SFWMD Standard Right of Way Occupancy CBWCD / SBDD  SFWMD Water Use Permit  Drainage Concept Report  BHR Memo and Cross Drain Analysis Report  Sound barrier and retaining wall requirements and locations  Geotechnical Reports

37 DISTRICT 6 SEGMENT

38 D6 Project Overview  Project Limits: SR 826 from W Flagler St. to NW 154th St. and I-75 from SR 826 to NW 170th St. (FM )  Project Length: 13 miles  Delivery Method: 1 Design Build Contract  Estimated Maximum Construction Cost: $270 million Key Dates:  Advertisement Date: March 15, 2013  Technical Proposals Due: September 9, 2013  Price Proposals Due: November 8, 2013  Contract Execution Date: December 4, 2013

39 D6 Project Scope  Single and dual Express Lanes  Category II structure connecting I-75 EL to SR 826 EL  Widening along SR 826 where public R/W is available  Toll gantries, housing and increase in ITS backbone capacity  Ramp signaling along SR 826  Sound barrier walls and new landscaping along I-75  Additional lighting along I-75 Express Lanes

40 Additional Scope  Additional overbuild, milling and resurfacing along SR 826 NB: milesSB: miles Estimated cost: $2.8M  7 RRR Projects and 1 Safety Project Estimated cost: $1.6M

41 Project Status (NEPA)  SR 826 PD&E Study (W Flagler St. to NW 103rd St.) – LDCA January 2013 Advancement of Express Lanes Improvement as an interim solution Interchange and other mainline improvements to be addressed by future PD&E  SIMR and Design Change/Construction Advertisement Reevaluations – under FHWA review Advancement of Express Lanes improvements Modification of I-75 /Palmetto Interchange to bring the express lanes at grade along SR 826

42 Ongoing Activities  Design Analysis  Project Coordination  Right of Way  Preliminary Drainage Design  Environmental / Permitting  Contamination Investigation  Utility Coordination  Geotechnical Investigation  Landscape Conceptual Design  Overall ITS Concept of Operations  Public Outreach

43 Design Analysis  Develop Concept Plans & Criteria 30% Roadway concept plans Horizontal & Vertical Geometry Structures Bridge Concept Reports Signing Concept Master Plan Lighting Concept Master Plan ITS Concept Master Plan Landscape Concept Master Plan (I-75) Tree inventory (SR 826) MOT Concept Master Plan

44 Design Analysis  Typical Section Package  Pavement Design Package  Exceptions and Variations Approved by FDOT and FHWA Lane width and shoulder width exceptions along SR 826 SR 826 INSIDE SHOULDERS Width% < 4’1 4’ - < 8’41 8’ - < 10’6 10’ - < 12’12 12’40 TOTAL100

45 Project Coordination  Coordination with Adjacent Projects Palmetto Improvement Program – Section 5 District 4 I-75 Express Lanes: Segments A, B, and C NW 25 th Street Viaduct  FTE Coordination Tolling Infrastructure Requirements FTE contractor to install gantry equipment + testing  Emergency Response Strategies & Coordination Fire Rescue FHP Road Rangers

46 Right of Way  FDOT’s intent is that all project construction activities be conducted within the existing public R/W  Transfer of R/W from Miami Dade County for widening south of Okeechobee is complete  Easements Construction easements acquired from Miami-Dade County for Frontage Road construction activities TCE requested along FEC Right of Way (east of SR 826)  Coordination with FEC and MDT for bridge widening over tracks (in progress)

47 Drainage  Analysis based only on the implementation of Express Lanes along I-75 and SR 826 corridors Concept Drainage Report Peter’s Pike Canal Hydraulic Calculations Permit Plans & Sketches  Master Drainage Plan includes 36 major basins  Addition of French drains  Modifications to the existing weirs  No additional trench drains allowed except when replacing existing trench drains

48 Environmental  Wetlands/Wood Stork Suitable Foraging Habitat Wetland Evaluation Report (WER) prepared Mitigation credit purchase for wetland impacts (ITB ongoing) D-B Firm responsible for permits/costs of any additional impacts  Protected Species Endangered Species Biological Assessment Report prepared Section 7 Consultation conducted with FWS for wood stork  Archaeological Sites Cultural Resources Assessment Survey (CRAS) prepared No archaeological sites within project limits

49 Sound Barriers  PD&E Study recommended 4 locations for replacement or new sound barriers south of NW 170 th St. NW 170 th St to NW 162 nd St NW 154 th St to 143 rd St East side of NW 87 th Ave (W 28 th Ave) West side of NW 87 th Ave (W 28 th Ave)  Noise reevaluation ongoing  Sound barrier limits and heights will be provided to D-B Firms

50 Permitting  Conceptual Environmental Resource Permit (ERP) Submitted application package July 2012 (joint D4/D6 submittal) Permit pending receipt of mitigation bank reservation letter  D6 to obtain conceptual permits based on implementation of Express Lanes on I-75 and SR 826 corridors Joint D4/D6 FDEP/SFWMD/USACE Permits (RAI #3 completed) SFWMD Standard ROW Occupancy Permit (pending ERP) DRER Permit for modification to the Peter’s Pike Canal (pending)  D-B Firm responsible for: SFWMD ERP modification (for construction) Dewatering permits as required (i.e. – SFWMD, Miami-Dade County) Any additional permits or mitigation required by permit agencies due to design/construction changes

51 Contamination  Reports prepared Phase I Contamination Screening Evaluation Report Phase II Impact to Construction Assessment Report Bridge Asbestos and Lead Containing Materials Reports  Level II assessment identified 2 contamination-impacted groundwater zones along SR 826 corridor  No asbestos or lead containing materials identified  Removal, handling, transport and disposal of contaminated/hazardous materials will be performed via separate CAR contract by the Department

52 Utility Coordination  UAO Utility Kick-Off Meeting conducted January 26, 2012  Follow-up Utility Workshop with UAO’s conducted October 17, 2012  Refining Utility Base Map of existing facilities  Refining Potential Utility Conflict Matrix  Obtaining Utility Work Schedules for proposed relocates Florida Gas Transmission City of Hialeah AT&T  D-B Firm responsible for all field investigations  D-B contract to include relocation of MDC Water & Sewer 8-inch watermain

53 Geotechnical  For I-75, PD&E as well as subsequent roadway and wall reports of boring log data to be provided  For SR 826, existing geotechnical information from previous projects is available as well as subsequent asphalt cores  Organic soils / unsuitable materials Within minimum 6 feet below existing grade must be removed Deeper than 6 feet may require mitigation (i.e. - geotextile reinforcement)

54 Landscape  Landscape Concept Design to be provided to D-B Firms Landscaping will enhance the character of the corridor Landscape enhancements will partially screen sound barriers Bold, low maintenance landscape design Invasive exotic removals  Adheres to FDOT’s new “Business of Beautification” initiative  D-B Firm responsible for relocation of designated desirable native trees where impacted by construction  Corridor tree survey conducted along SR 826  New landscaping and relocation cost estimate: $5 million

55 Public Outreach  Recent and ongoing outreach efforts: Elected Official briefings Miami-Dade MPO presentation – October 2011 SR 826 Public Workshop SR 826 Public Hearing Upcoming Public Workshop for I-75 in Miami-Dade County  New website (www.palmettoexpresslanes.com) is under developmentwww.palmettoexpresslanes.com  Public advertisement campaign will begin after obtaining LDCA for SR 826 PD&E  D-B Firm responsible for providing on-going support for: Community Awareness Program Public Meetings / Hearings / Workshops Graphic renderings Technical assistance

56 Engineering Data Available for RFP  Electronic survey data  Existing Utilities Base Map and Potential Conflict Matrix  Concept Plans & BCRs  Typical Section Package  Pavement Design Report  Design Variations / Exceptions  Master Signing, ITS and Lighting Plans  Landscape Concept Design  Conceptual Permits FDEP/SFWMD/ACOE Permits SFWMD Standard Right of Way Occupancy DRER  SFWMD Water Use Permit  Drainage Concept Report  Sound barrier and retaining wall locations and requirements  Geotechnical Reports

57 Aesthetic Requirements  Category II Structure (flyover) Weathering steel box girder Segmental construction  Bridge widening along Palmetto Shall match existing bridge in type and color  Retaining walls Shall match existing walls in type and color  Aesthetic Level 2

58 Maintenance and Incident Management D-B Firm will be responsible for:  Routine maintenance activities, from right of way to right of way, for project length  Long term maintenance of traffic associated with Incidents  Additional Road Rangers

59 PROCUREMENT PROCESS AND SCHEDULE

60 D-B Procurement Process D-B Segments and ITS/Tolls Integration  Standard FDOT two-phase D-B approach  Phase I – Expanded Letter of Interest  Phase II – Technical Proposal Alternative Technical Concept (ATC) meetings Page Turn meeting Question & Answer Session  Price Proposal  D4 Final selection formula (adjusted score) Bid Price Proposal / Technical Score  D6 Final selection formula (adjusted score) Bid Price Proposal + (Proposed Contract Time x Time Value Cost) Technical Score  D6 Approved Incentive: $5.25 million

61 Key Considerations for D4 ELOI’s / Technical Proposals  Corridor continuity and functionality Coordination and compatibility between adjacent projects Geometrics Signing ITS Lighting  ITS/Tolls integration Contractor coordination for expedited completion of ITS /tolls infrastructure/devices, testing and corridor opening  Project commitments Expedited construction of sound barrier walls  Preservation of ultimate corridor improvements footprint

62 Key Considerations for D6 ELOI’s / Technical Proposals  Corridor continuity and functionality Coordination and compatibility between adjacent projects Geometrics Signing ITS Lighting  ITS/Tolls integration Contractor coordination for expedited completion of ITS /tolls infrastructure/devices, testing and corridor opening  Project commitments Expedited construction of sound barrier walls Expedited construction of safety project  Preservation of ultimate corridor improvements footprint MDX Interim and Ultimate Gratigny expansion project I-75 Ultimate improvements  Project Experience D-B team technical capability Competent Design/Construction Project Managers Recent and relevant projects of similar complexity

63 CEI Procurement Process  D4 – 3 contracts to utilize Witness and Hold Contract 1 – Segments E and D Includes CEI oversight for Segments A thru E and ITS/Tolls Integration Ad Date: JAN 7, 2013 Contract 2 – Segments A and B Ad Date: JUN 2013 Contract 3 – Segment C Ad Date: AUG 2013  D6 – 1 contract to utilize Traditional CEI Scope Ad Date: May 2013 Select from Expanded Letter of Interest (ELOI)

64 D4 Procurement Schedule Segment E Procurement ActivityDate AdvertisementJanuary 28, 2013 Expanded Letters of Interest DueFebruary 15, 2013 Shortlist PostingMarch 14, 2013 Final RFP Provided to D-B FirmsMarch 20, 2013 Technical Proposals DueMay 20, 2013 Price Proposals DueJuly 3, 2013 Anticipated Award DateJuly 25, 2013 Anticipated Execution DateAugust 1, 2013

65 D4 Procurement/ Construction Schedule Segments A-D & ITS/Tolls Integration  To be advertised on 7 to 13 week intervals  ITS/Tolls Integration advertisement follows ITS Final Plans (Segment A) – tentative February 2015  Corridor opening 2017

66 D6 Procurement Schedule D6 Segment Procurement ActivityDate AdvertisementMarch 15, 2013 Expanded Letters of Interest DueApril 5, 2013 Shortlist PostingApril 24, 2013 Final RFP Provided to D-B FirmsApril 25, 2013 Technical Proposals DueSeptember 9, 2013 Price Proposals DueNovember 8, 2013 Anticipated Award DateNovember 27, 2013 Anticipated Execution DateDecember 4, 2013

67 D6 Procurement/ Construction Schedule  D6 D-B contract includes ITS/Tolls Integration  Corridor opening 2018 – based on maximum allowable construction time  D6 programmed a $5.25 million incentive to open facility to users as soon as possible

68 NEXT STEPS

69 Next Steps  D4 one-on-one meetings – Jan. D4 Headquarters D4 Management Team – discuss D4 and D-B Firm questions/issues Segment E Technical Review Committee (TRC)  D4 Segment E Draft RFP posted on FDOT D-B website  D4 Segments A thru D planned ads to be posted January 2013  D6 Segment draft RFP to be posted on website – early February 2013  D6 Segment one-on-one meetings – mid February 2013  Available project information 75 Express (D4 Segments) – website 75-Express.com SR 826 / I-75 Express Lanes – website page

70 Project Contacts  For District 4 Project before advertisement: Robert Bostian, Jr., PE Project Manager office: (954) after advertisement: Esther Brandt Contract Coordinator office: (954)  For District 6 Project before advertisement: Judy Solaun-Gonzalez, PE Senior Project Manager office: (305) after advertisement: Harry Orvil RFP Procurement office: (305)

71 QUESTIONS?

72 DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (DBE)


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