Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Agenda Awareness/Approach to Project –Understanding the Scope of the Project –Identification of Unique Project Issues –Innovative Concepts Proposed Staffing.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Agenda Awareness/Approach to Project –Understanding the Scope of the Project –Identification of Unique Project Issues –Innovative Concepts Proposed Staffing."— Presentation transcript:

1

2 Agenda Awareness/Approach to Project –Understanding the Scope of the Project –Identification of Unique Project Issues –Innovative Concepts Proposed Staffing –Quantity Proposed –Availability of Staff –Qualifications/Certifications of Staff –Quality/Experience on Similar Projects –Team’s Past Performance on Similar Projects Other Considerations –Communication Abilities –Commitment to Satisfy Department Needs

3 Awareness/Approach to Project Understanding the Scope Project Description FPN: US 98/US Taylor Creek (Bridge No ) Bascule Bridge Repair including Mechanical and Electrical Systems Rehabilitation, Structural Steel Painting, and Miscellaneous other improvements DRMP Role – Full CCEI Services Contract Administration Inspection Services Materials Verification, Sampling & Testing Management Engineering Services Warranty Binder Preparation and Submittal Other Services – As Requested

4 Understanding and Approach Project Objectives Aesthetic Improvements Electrical & Mechanical Improvements Structural Improvements

5 Awareness/Approach to Project Understanding the Scope Aesthetic Improvements –Clean & Seal Bridge & Control House Concrete Surfaces –Control House Renovation New Bridge Tender Control Desk Replace Tile Flooring, Paint Interior Walls, and Install New Windows/Doors

6 Awareness/Approach to Project Understanding the Scope Electrical/Mechanical Improvements Span Motor Brake System Speed Reducer & Gear Train Rack Live Load Shoes Electrical Disconnects Pinion Gear Limit Switches & Transducers New Control Console Electrical Cabinet Upgrades Trunnion Assembly Span Locks

7 Awareness/Approach to Project Understanding the Scope Structural Improvements Concrete Spall Repairs Bridge Joint Replacement Slope Pavement Repairs Structural Steel Painting

8 Awareness/Approach to Project Understanding the Scope Senior Project Engineer, Mark E. Puckett, PE Contract Administration Water Management District Certification Final Estimate Certification Offer of Final Payment Day-to-Day Project Oversight Contract Administration Contract Negotiations Claims Avoidance & Analysis Working Closely with the FDOT Project Manager Experienced/Capable/Knowledgeable 25 Years Experience District 1 Employee or CEI Since 1986 Project Administrator & Senior Project Engineer Contracts Administration Claims Avoidance/Negotiations District 1/FDOT Policy Procedures Bascule Bridge Rehabilitation Bridge Painting Final Estimates II Advanced MOT NHI Safety Inspection of In-Service Bridges

9 Awareness/Approach to Project Understanding the Scope Project Administrator, Juan Calle Preconstruction Meeting Review QC Plan Environmental Meeting Weekly Progress Meetings Verify and Approve Daily Reports/SiteManager/LIMS Contract Information Management CPPR Daily Interaction with Inspectors, Contractor, Public and FDOT Schedule Review Prepare/Review Proposed Changes Permits Warranty Package Working Closely with the FDOT Project Manager Experienced/Capable/Knowledgeable 37 Years Experience Bascule Bridge Rehabilitation Bridge Painting Final Estimates II SBCCI Building Inspector

10 Awareness/Approach to Project Understanding the Scope Senior Inspector, Robert Eads Inspection Sampling and Testing Material Verification (QPL & Material Certfications) Utilization of CPPR Process SiteManager/LIMS Monthly and Final Estimate Quantity Field Records Warranty Verification Experienced/Capable/Knowledgeable 33 Years Experience Inspection Materials Verification Monthly & Final Estimates Bascule Bridge Rehabilitation Drill Shaft Inspector ACI Level II Warranty Binder Review/Verification/Submittal

11 Awareness/Approach to Project Understanding the Scope Senior Inspector – Coatings, Michael Gerber Inspection Sampling and Testing Material Verification (QPL & Material Certfications) Utilization of CPPR Process Warranty Verification Experienced/Capable/Knowledgeable 29 Years Experience Inspection Materials Verification Monthly & Final Estimates Bridge Painting & Coatings Inspection SSPC – Bridge Coatings Inspector – Level I SSPC C3 Training for Deleading of Industrial Structures NHI Safety Inspection of In-Service Bridges

12 Awareness/Approach to Project Understanding the Scope Assistant Contract Support Specialist, Kristin Allard Review all Contract Documents Kickoff Meeting Set up Estimate Files LIMS/Sitemanager Track Stockpiled Materials RFI Log Shop Drawing Log Contract Time Tracking Contract Changes Final Plans & Estimate

13 Awareness/Approach to Project Identification of Unique Project Issues Weather-Proofing Plans do not show drip-edge above windows Drip-edge protects against water along new window frames and steel column encasement Recommendation: Install drip- edge system Drip Edge

14 Awareness/Approach to Project Identification of Unique Project Issues Exterior Column Finish Plans do not specify window frame column finish Two (2) 4x4x3/8 angles are to be welded together to serve as the column

15 Awareness/Approach to Project Identification of Unique Project Issues Electrical Standards Plans note the Scope of Electrical Work requires system components in accordance with NEC requirements Control Level Electrical Floorplan shows new cabinet (CP-1) wall mounted beneath window (W1). Door may open within 3’ of the electrical cabinet. NEC code requires a 3’ clearance between a door and an electrical cabinet.

16 Awareness/Approach to Project Identification of Unique Project Issues Class 5 Finish Plans show “typical” locations Labeling inconsistent Structure Design Manual recommends detailing by outlining the entire area to receive Class 5 finish

17 Awareness/Approach to Project Identification of Unique Project Issues Slope Pavement Repairs Plans show Filter Fabric installed vertically along the back side of the sand cement riprap Personal experience – place filter fabric around sand cement riprap and under slope pavement Structure Design Manual and Design Standards require filter fabric wrapped around slope cement and placed under slope pavement

18 Awareness/Approach to Project Identification of Unique Project Issues Traffic Gates Plans show locations of new traffic gates and foundations No foundation details provided Dimensions, Class of Concrete, and reimforcement details should be provided

19 Awareness/Approach to Project Identification of Unique Project Issues Machine Room Level Door Replacement Not Identified to be Replaced Installation of new MCC (7’6” x 5’ 0”), Span Drive Cabinet, & Span Drive Equipment will require access through these doors Based on field visit, existing doors may require replacement

20 Awareness/Approach to Project Identification of Unique Project Issues Replacement of Rack Bolts Notes state “Assume half of the existing amount of bolts for bid. “ Need to replace may not be readily apparent. Each bolt should be reviewed.

21 Awareness/Approach to Project Identification of Unique Project Issues Anchor Bolt Removal & Installation Confirm Correct Installation –Alignment –Location –Depth –Epoxy Confirm Bolts Meet Technical Specification Requirements –High-Strength Bolts –Stainless Steel Confirm Bolts Meet Pull-Out Strength Requirements

22 Awareness/Approach to Project Innovative Concepts Newforma Project Center “Opportunity Matrix” Pre-Operations Meetings Technical Advisory Committee –Ricky Langley -Rick Roberts -Robby Walker -Mike Beck -Al Ribas, A2 Customized Quality Assurance Reviews

23 Proposed Staffing Quantity Proposed

24 Proposed Staffing Availability of Staff Name (Subconsultant)Available Date Mark Puckett, PEProject Start - September 2012 Juan Calle (A2 Group)Project Start: September 2012 Robert “ Bob ” Eads Project Start - September 2012 Michael GerberMay 2012 Kristin AllardMarch 2012

25 Proposed Staffing Qualifications/Certifications of Staff *SSPC – Bridge Coatings Inspector – Level 1 *SSPC C3 Supervisor/Competent Person Training for Deleading of Industrial Structures

26 Proposed Staffing Quality/Experience on Similar Projects

27

28 Span Balance – Contractor to provide Specialty Engineer Span Lock Reconditioning –Requires welding existing Receiver Guide to new Strike Plate –Shims may be required –Plans refers to Note 5 – Not provided Span Drive Motors & Brake Motors - Contractor to weld top plate and pedestal. Verify proper alignment with couplers and locate new bolt holes Proposed Staffing Quality/Experience on Similar Projects

29 Lessons Learned –Overhead Lighting Mounting Details –Presence of Asbestos or Lead Based Paint –Florida Building Code requirements related to window and door frame fasteners Proposed Staffing Quality/Experience on Similar Projects

30 Contractor Provided Bridge Operator –Must have appropriate qualifications –Must be available upon signal with required 2 hour notice – Must be on-site during Functional Checkout and/or Operational Testing Period Contractor Traffic Control –Follow District One Lane Closure Policy and Contract Plan Lane Closure Notes –Follow Appropriate Standard index 600 series –Follow “Quality Guidelines for Temporary Traffic Control Devices and Features” booklet Proposed Staffing Quality/Experience on Similar Projects

31 District Structures Maintenance Office Coordination Design Related Issues, RFI’s, Shop Drawing Submittals Manufacture Product Data Warranty Review/Approval Electrical/Mechanical Systems Functional Checkout & Operational Testing Proposed Staffing Quality/Experience on Similar Projects

32 Coast Guard Coordination Vertical Clearance for Scaffold & Containment Equipment Drawbridge Operating Schedule –Required to follow approved temporary drawbridge operating schedule –Temporary Change - Anticipated less than 180 days, requires deviation approval letter and Notice of Deviation published in Federal Register Proposed Staffing Quality/Experience on Similar Projects

33 Interaction with Local Stakeholders Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail Department of Environmental Protection South Florida Water Management District Okeechobee County United States Army Corps of Engineers Proposed Staffing Quality/Experience on Similar Projects

34 Proposed Staffing Team’s Past Performance on Similar Projects US 98 Brooks Bridge Painting – District 3 (Final 4.2) US 98 Pedestrian Bridge Painting – District 3 (Final 4.3) SR 173 Deck Sealing – District 3 (Final 4.3) SR 417 SEC Bridge Painting – Florida’s Turnpike (Final 4.0) US 17/92 Split Pair in Lake Alfred – District 1 (Final 3.5)

35 Other Considerations Communication Abilities Proper Communication Magnifies Opportunity for Success –FDOT – Contractor – Permitting Agencies – Local Entities –Develop Positive Relationships with the Project Stakeholders Communication Tools –“Opportunity Matrix” –Issue Tracking Log –Cell Phone / Radio/Digital Cameras –Wireless Laptops SiteManager LIMS –CPPR –EDMS/Hummingbird –CSRS –FDOT Tracker –Road Watch –Most Important Tool – “Listen”

36 Other Considerations Our Commitment to Satisfy Department Needs District One is DRMP CEI’s “Home District” –CEI Headquarters in Lakeland –CEI Staff Live & Work in District One –CEI Staff Participation - District One Training Thorough Understanding of Scope & Key Issues Appropriate Quantity and Quality of Staff Extensive Similar Project Experience Required Qualifications DRMP IS READY FOR THIS PROJECT & WE ARE COMMITTED TO YOU!


Download ppt "Agenda Awareness/Approach to Project –Understanding the Scope of the Project –Identification of Unique Project Issues –Innovative Concepts Proposed Staffing."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google