7 East Span Replacement(Self-Anchored Suspension bridge land foundation, W2) Unofficial Engineer Estimate: $29 million.This contract constructs the western most foundations and columns of the self-anchored suspension bridge at Pier W2 not far from the existing pier E1 on Yerba Buena Island. The work consists of two large excavations in the Yerba Buena rock for the footings, all necessary retaining structures, placement of the structural foundations in the W2 foundation excavations, and construction of the columns up to the bottom of the pier’s cap beam. The steel-framed anchorages within the footings are included in this work, but the cables running between the footings and the superstructure are excluded. Column reinforcing steel will extend above this level, typical of any column pour.(Self-Anchored Suspension bridge marine foundations, T1 and E2)This contract constructs the tower foundation at piers T1 and the eastern most foundations and columns of the self-anchored suspension bridge at Pier E2. The work is in and on the waters of the Bay just to the east of Yerba Buena Island and to the north of the existing bridge. The work will construct pile foundations (called “footings” on the plans) at both piers. The contract will also construct Pier E2 columns. The Pier E2 column concrete will extend up to the bottom of the pier cross beam. Column reinforcing steel at pier E2 will extend above this level, typical of any column pour. This contract will also include the anchor bolts, rods and associated miscellaneous work at Pier T1.
27 readvertisement YBI Foundation W2 04-0120C4 a contract to construct Self Anchored Suspension Span Land Foundation W2advertise 3/17/03bid opens 4/22/03
28 SAS E2/T1 Structures E4a contract to construct the Self-Anchored Suspension bridge in-bay foundations, the main tower (T1) and pier E2 just to the east of YBIadvertise Jan 21, 2003bid open April 15, 2003
29 SAS Superstructures 04-0120F4 a contract to construct the tower and superstructure of the Self-Anchored Suspension bridgeadvertise Feb 3, 2003bid open June 3, 2003
30 South-South Detour R4a contract to construct a 580 meter temporary two-level traffic bypass structureContractor required to design according to criteria, means and methods to be described in advertised documents and to prepare construction plans and specificationsadvertise 4/7/03bid open 8/5/03
31 Recap of SFOBB East Span Seismic Safety Project PIDPSkywayGeofillArcheological Excavation and Midden SiteYBI Building Demolition(R/W)SAS W2 Structures C4
32 Recap of SFOBB East Span Seismic Safety Project YBI Substation & Viaduct Retrofit G4SAS E2/T1 Structures E4SAS Superstructures F4YBI Structures P4south south detour R4Q4 New Road for USCGOakland TouchdownExisting Bridge Demolition
33 SFOBB East SpanToday’s discussions relate to the Construction Contract In Bay Foundation T1 and E E4advertised for bid January 21, 2003bid opens April 15, 2003
34 Other IntroductionsWill the Potential Prime Contractors in the room volunteer to raise their hands?Would the DBE certified businesses raise their hands?Would the potential DBE or small businesses raise their hands?
35 San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge East Span Seismic Safety Project
36 Branch Chief, Toll Bridge Program Roadway ItemsBob ZandipourBranch Chief, Toll Bridge Program
42 Roadway Items Items Description Unit Quantity Electronic Mobile Daily Diary ComputerSystem Data Delivery LS Lump SumTransportation for the Engineer LS Lump SumConstruction Surveying LS Lump SumPile Corrosion Monitoring System LS Lump SumProgress Schedule (Critical Path) LS Lump SumTime Related Overhead LS Lump SumPrepare Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan LS Lump SumWater Pollution Control LS Lump SumNon Storm Water Discharge LS Lump SumTurbidity Control LS Lump SumTemporary Concrete Washout Facility LS Lump SumChain Link Fence (Type CL-1.8) M 146Concrete Barrier (Type K) M 72Grounding for Pier E2 and T1 Foundations LS Lump SumNavigation Lighting System LS Lump SumStrong Motion Detection Downhole LS Lump Sum
43 San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge East Span Seismic Safety Project
44 Structure ItemsStructural Design,Toll Bridge Program
80 Quantities UNIT QUANTITY BRIDGE CONTRACT ITEM LIST 2.5 M CAST-IN-DRILLED-HOLE CONCRETE PILING2.2 M CAST-IN-DRILLED-HOLE CONCRETE PILING (ROCK SOCKET)FURNISH 2.5 M CAST-IN-STEEL SHELL CONCRETE PILINGDRIVE 2.5 M CAST-IN-STEEL SHELL CONCRETE PILE2.5 M PERMANENT STEEL CASINGMARINE PILE DRIVING ENERGY ATTENUATORSTRUCTURAL CONCRETE, BRIDGE FOOTINGSTRUCTURAL CONCRETE, BRIDGE FOOTING (LIGHTWEIGHT)STRUCTURAL CONCRETE, BRIDGENONSHRINK GROUTNONSHRINK FIBER-REINFORCED GROUTBAR REINFORCING STEEL (BRIDGE)BAR REINFORCING STEEL (EPOXY COATED) (BRIDGE)HEADED BAR REINFORCEMENTFURNISH STRUCTURAL STEEL (BRIDGE)ERECT STRUCTURAL STEEL (BRIDGE)CLEAN AND PAINT STRUCTURAL STEELMISCELLANEOUS METAL (BRIDGE)MOBILIZATIONUNITMEALSM3KGQUANTITY4244771,6941642316,4712,2771,639253662,546,120728,7683,0183,958,454920
81 Business Enterprise Outreach Program San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge East Span Seismic Safety ProjectThis concludes our portion of the presentation. Thank you all for your time and attention.Please write down any questions you may have, and we will respond during the question and answer period after the presentation.Business Enterprise Outreach Program200318
82 Assistant Deputy Director Civil RightsOlivia FonsecaAssistant Deputy Director
83 Civil Rights Business Enterprise Program for information aboutDoing Business with Caltrans Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) ProgramSmall Business ServicesBusiness Enterprise Programcall (916) or accessSmall Business/Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Servicescall (916) or access
84 Presented by Kris Kuhl March 12, 2003 SFOBB East Span Replacement Contracts Advertising & Award Process OverviewPresented byKris KuhlMarch 12, 2003
85 Purpose of this Presentation Provide you with information about Caltrans contract advertising and award process for the E2/T1 Foundations (Contract E4) of the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge East Span Replacement ProjectsMake sure the audience knows that we also want to listen to their suggestions on how we can improve
86 Caltrans Mission Our mission is to improve mobility across California The Office Engineer contributes to Caltrans mission by providing construction contracts that are:Complete, biddable and buildableCompetitively bidMeeting legal requirementsOpen to all licensed contractorsMake the point that our prime contractors must be licensed, but in some cases subcontractors don’t require a license: suppliers and truckers. These types of work are often subcontracted to DBEs.
87 Contract 04-0120E4 Project Goals This is a federally-funded projectThe Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) goal for this project is 8 %.
88 4 Weeks Prior to Releasing Bid Documents E4 Project Advertising to Award TimeframeAdvertisedReleaseDate1/21/03AdvanceAdvertising4 Weeks Prior to Releasing Bid DocumentsDistribute Bid Documents to Bidders (12 weeks)OpenBids4/15/03AwardProcess Award (30-60 days)
89 Public Bid OpeningBids for this project will be opened and read in a public forumOn Tuesday, April 15 at 2 PM in Sacramento in Room 100 at 1120 N StreetImmediately Following Bid Opening:Bid amounts will be verifiedPreliminary bid results posted at (916) and on the Internet (http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/esc/oe/bidsopened.html)Bid summaries will be mailed to all biddersAnnounce ProjectEngineer's Estimate of cost is announcedSmall Business Preference is announced (State Only Projects)Each proposal is given a cursory review to make sure each item has a unit price and extended amount filled out, the proposal is signed and a bidders bond is includedTotal bid for each bid proposal is read out loudWe don’t open bids during the Christmas/New Years holiday period, and a few other days during the year
90 This Contract will use A+B Bidding To determine the lowest monetary bidder, Caltrans will calculate the bid amount as follows:“A” contract items total+“B” number of contract working days bid by contractor multiplied by a dollar amount per day determined by CaltransA+B will determine the total bid for comparison purposes only
91 Contract Award Process We anticipate the award process will take days from bid openingBefore awarding a contract, we verify:Bid is responsive and completeBid security is provided and correctAll forms are complete and correctContractor is properly licensedVerify Compliance with DBE requirementsReceipt of DBE commitment forms by 4th dayAll protests addressedOur average award time is 17 days from bid opening
92 Other Requirements Escrow of Bid Documents The 3 low bidders are to escrow their bid documents on April 22 at 1 PMSee the Special Provisions for more information
93 Contract Execution & Approval After Contract AwardContractor has 8 days to sign and return contract for Caltrans approvalExecuted Documents (returned)Contract signature page signedPayment and Performance bonds included & signedSigned/Approved by CaltransBegin Construction!
94 Internet Services Provided Information on Projects Released for BidWeekly Advertisements for BidsElectronic copies of project plans & specificationsBidder AssistanceBid Opening and Award Information