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July 18–20, 2010 | Kansas City, Missouri 2010 WATER SUMMIT Managing for Success in Toledo's $500 million Toledo Waterways Initiative George Robinson, M.B.A.

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1 July 18–20, 2010 | Kansas City, Missouri 2010 WATER SUMMIT Managing for Success in Toledo's $500 million Toledo Waterways Initiative George Robinson, M.B.A. – City of Toledo, Commissioner of TWI Bob Harbron, P.E. – Black & Veatch, TWI Program Director Cary Duchene, P.E. – Black & Veatch, TWI Deputy Program Director Larry Zimmerman, P.E. – Black & Veatch, PM/CM Director

2 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO B&V - 2 July Bob Harbron, P.E. Black & Veatch – TWI Program Director Program Introduction

3 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 3 Toledo Waterways Initiative TWI…Toledo’s Wet Weather Program Eliminate WWTP Bypasses Eliminate Known SSOs Reduce and Control CSOs

4 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 4 Toledo Waterways Initiative Learning Objectives Illustrate Successful Program Management in Toledo Connect PrM for Delivery of Design and Construction to meet Aggressive Schedules and Innovative Facilities Present Integrated Client and PrM Services Share Innovative Contracting Methods – Integrated PrM Illustrate Cost Savings

5 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 5 Toledo Waterways Initiative Presentation Outline Toledo Background and History Program Management Approach Owner’s Perspective and Successes WWTP Improvements Collection System Improvements Innovation Unique Challenges

6 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO B&V - 6 July George Robinson, M.B.A. City of Toledo – Commissioner of TWI The Owner’s Perspective

7 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 7 Toledo, Ohio - History Founded 1833 in Michigan Re-Founded in 1837 in Ohio (after the Toledo War) Major Shipping Hub Water, Air, Rail, Road Erie Canal Home of Jeep Glass Industry Tony Paco’s

8 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 8 Toledo, Ohio - Demographics City of Toledo Population: 315,000 Metro Area: 650,000

9 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 9 Toledo – Wastewater System Characteristics Wastewater Service Area – 100 square miles Combined Sewer Area – 18 square miles Permitted CSOs - 33 Bay View Water Reclamation Plant Service Area Population: 400,000 Original Construction 1922 Annual Average Flow 70 MGD 195 MGD Secondary Treatment 205 MGD Wet Weather Facility

10 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 10 Toledo Wastewater Service Area Maumee River Swan Creek Ottawa River Lake Erie BAY VIEW WWTP

11 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 11 Receiving Streams / Water Bodies Ottawa River – into Maumee Bay / Lake Erie Heavy recreational boating near outlet near outlet Swan Creek – into Maumee River Urban setting, some canoeing, targeted for restoration Maumee River – into Maumee Bay / Lake Erie Major shipping and recreational boating

12 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 12 Combined Sewer Area WWTP

13 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 13 Lawsuit and Consent Decree 1991 – 2001: Litigation and Negotiation Effluent and Bypass Violations 2001 COT Negotiates Settlement Comprehensive Wet Weather Consent Decree 2002: City Referendum to Approve CD on Ballot Required By City Charter 60% Voter Approval

14 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 14 Lawsuit and Consent Decree Comprehensive Wet Weather Consent Decree Eliminate Known SSOs by 2006 New Wet-Weather Treatment Facility at Bay View WWTP by 2007 Develop CSO Long Term Control Plan by 2006 Implement the LTCP by 2016 Estimated $450M

15 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 15 Integrated Program Management Program Direction Public Relations and Education Regulatory Coordination Contract Administration Program Funding Assistance Financial Accounting Cost Management Program Scheduling

16 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 16 Integrated Program Management Program Conceptual Development Technology Selection LTCP Preliminary Design Final Design Construction Management (not-at-risk) Construction Inspection Post Monitoring & Certifications

17 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 17 Integrated Program Management BLACK & VEATCH Team Integrated Program Management and Engineering General & Administrative Services Engineering Services BLACK & VEATCH Program Oversight Engineer

18 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 18 Why Integrated Program Management? COT – Strong Mayor Government TWI is a Long Program…15-20 years Consistent PrM Team through Changes in Administration COT Contracting Flexibility Contract with ONE Firm But Allow Flexibility to Add / Delete Resource Firms Single Source Responsibility for Program Performance No Finger Pointing PrM Responsible for Consent Decree Fines

19 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 19 Program Manager Selection Selection by Blue Ribbon Panel Panel Representation: Local Business Leaders, University of Toledo, Ohio State University and City Administration. Recommended Black & Veatch Largest Professional Services Contract in COT History City Expectations of the PM Firm: National Engineering Expertise and Resources Longstanding Corporate Stability Wastewater and CSO Control Experience Local Participation – 90% Local Minority Business Mentorship Reasonable Price

20 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 20 Success: Public Relations Community Advisory Committee Neighborhood Advisory Committees LTCP Alternative Meetings Public Survey Brochures TWI Website:

21 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 21 Public Relations – No One Went Unheard CITIZEN’S ADVISORY COMMITTEE

22 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 22 EXHIBIT A – CONSENT DECREE MILESTONES – OVERALL PROGRAM SCHEDULE Met consent decree schedule Eliminated targeted SSOs and reduced backups Ended bypasses of partially treated sewage at Bay View WWTP Success: CD Milestones

23 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 23 Success: Program Funding (Thru 2007) PROGRAM SOURCEGRANTLOAN U.S. Army Corps of Engineers $3,344,000 Ohio Public Works Commission $2,869,400$1,927,000 Ohio Water Development Authority $100,000 State and Tribal Assistance Grants $7,625,800 Water Pollution Control Loan Fund $224,858,293 TOTALS $13,939,200$226,785,293

24 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO B&V - 24 July Cary Duchene, P.E. Black & Veatch – TWI Deputy Program Director Technical and Management Aspects

25 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 25 Technical Program Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements Eliminate Bypasses Sanitary Sewer System Improvement Eliminate Known SSOs Combined Sewer System Reduce and Control CSOs

26 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 26 Wet-Weather Treatment Facility Eliminate Plant Bypasses Major WWTP Wet-Weather Facility Grit Removal and Screening MGD Ballasted-Flocculation MGD Largest DensaDeg BF Facility in North America Equalization Basin – 25 MG Chlorine Contact Basin – 205 MGD Constructed Concurrently in 18 Months

27 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 27 Wet-Weather Treatment Facility Main WWTP Reaeration & Chlorination Vortex Grit Removal Screening (1 sewer) DensaDeg – 6 units/232 mgd EQ Basin – 25 MG

28 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 28 Wet-Weather Treatment Facility Architecture Result of Public Meeting Process

29 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 29 Wet-Weather Treatment Performance Operating Mode Influent Concentration Effluent Concentration Percent Removal Pollutant Range mg/L Average mg/L Range mg/L Average mg/L Range % Average % Primary & Excess Flow Treatment (Units 2-6) Ammonia1.8 – – <0 – 220 TKN2.9 – – – 6428 CBOD – – 8254 Suspended CBOD – – 9364 TSS <0 – 9774 Total P0.6 – – – 9079

30 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 30 SSO Elimination Point Place and River Road Areas – Early Action Projects Complete Pump Stations/Conveyance Storage 3 MG 13 Projects: $35M

31 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 31 Long Term Control Plan Development Draft Submitted - December Projects Based on 4 Overflows in Average Year 1-3 Overflows in Average Year Sensitive Areas $256M Total Project Cost (2005 Dollars) LTCP Approval Overflows/AVG Year – Swan Creek 3 Overflows/AVG Year – Maumee River 0 (2 per 5 years) Overflows/AVG Year – Ottawa R. EPA Added 10-year Pathogen Study for BF Time Extension (3 Additional Years) 2 Project Consolidated Cost is up to $317M (2005 Dollars)

32 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 32 Long Term Control Plan Anticipated Results Overflow Locations from 33 to 23 Overflow Frequency from 30+/year to 0-4/year Overflow volume from 625 MG/year to 144 MG/year Reduces typical pollutant discharge by 86%-89% Reduces bacterial discharge by 90% Improve Water Quality for Future Generations Positive Response from Toledo Citizens

33 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 33 Long Term Control Plan 23 Projects 3 - SSES/Inflow Reduction 3 - SSES/Sewer Separation 1 - Sewer Separation (SSES Already Completed) 9 – CSO Storage (Combined Sewage) 4 - Optimize Existing Storage Tunnels 2 - Regulator Modifications 1 - WWTP Headworks Improvement

34 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 34 Long Term Control Plan WWTP

35 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 35 LTCP Implementation – SSES, Sewer Separation, I/I Reduction Separate Select Combined Sewer Areas Eliminate Select Regulators and Overflows Reduce Inflow

36 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 36 LTCP Implementation – CSO Storage 9 Projects - 55 MG FacilityMG Monroe/Ayres1.3 Ottawa River South25.1 Dearborn1.6 International Park5.5 Oakdale8.0 Ash/Columbus2.1 Downtown Tunnel Extension6.7 Maumee2.6 Swan Tunnel Extension1.6

37 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 37 LTCP Implementation – Enhance Existing Storage 4 Projects Maximize Storage Enhance Capture Improve Operations

38 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 38 LTCP Implementation – Regulator Modifications 2 Projects – Regulators w/ Infrequent Overflows Increase In-Line Storage Increased Flow to Interceptor…Offset by Decreased Flow to Interceptor at Other Locations All Remaining CSOs: Floatables Control Baffling and Screening

39 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 39 LTCP Implementation – WWTP Improvement Grit Process is a Bottleneck Grit Facilities – 168 MGD (total) Primary/Secondary Capacity – 195 MGD (firm) Equipment and Structures are Deteriorated Same Process…New Facility 195 MGD (Firm) / 240 MGD (Total) Enhance Operational Flexibility Reduce Usage of the Wet Weather Facility

40 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 40 Pathogen Study Compare Physical/Chemical to Biological Process HRC + Disinfection (Physical/Chemical Activated sludge + disinfection (Biological) 10 Year Study…First of its Kind Integrated Implementation City of Toledo Black & Veatch Alloway Laboratories Michigan State University

41 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 41 Schedule and Milestones 2009 LTCP Adds 121 NEW Consent Decree Milestone Dates!!! The First 11 have been Met Master Schedule To Track It All

42 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 42 LTCP Implementation Progress ProjectStudyFSPPDFD60FD90 FD100 Const O-2 Lockwood/Devilbiss Sewer SeparationDone Ongoing W-1 Ash/Columbus Storage PipelineDone Ongoing E-6 Wheeling SSES and Sewer SeparationDone Ongoing S-3 Highland SSES and Sewer SeparationDone Ongoing S-4 Woodsdale SSES & Inflow ReductionDone Ongoing W-2 Ash Street SSES Sewer SeparationDone Ongoing W-5 Knapp/Williams SSES & Inflow ReductionDone Ongoing W-7 New York SSES & Inflow ReductionDone Ongoing W-6 Maumee Avenue Storage BasinDone Ongoing E-7 Bay View Grit FacilityDone Ongoing O-3 Ayres/Monroe Storage/Conveyance PipelineDone Ongoing E-5 Oakdale Storage BasinDoneOngoing S-1A Swan Creek North Tunnel OptimizationDoneStarts 9/2010 S-2A Swan Creek South Tunnel OptimizationDoneStarts 9/2010 W-4A Downtown Tunnel OptimizationDoneStarts 9/2010 O-4A Ottawa River South ConveyanceDoneStarts 2012 O-4B Ottawa River South Storage BasinDoneStarts 2012 E-2 Dearborn Storage BasinDoneStarts 2012 E-3 International Park Storage PipelineDoneStarts 2014 S-1B Swan Creek North Storage Tunnel ExtensionDoneStarts 2014 W-4C Downtown Tunnel System Storage BasinDoneStarts 2015 S-2B Swan Creek South Tunnel In-System StorageDoneStarts 2015 E-1 Paine Regulator ModificationsDoneStarts 2016 E-4 Fassett Regulator ModificationsDoneStarts 2016

43 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 43 Success – WWTP Performance

44 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 44 Success: Cost Control (Thru 2007) Toledo Waterways Initiative — Big Projects, Big Savings…. $20-60 M! $2 M under on PrM fees $18 M savings Wet Weather Facility Siting $40 M savings on FC 13 & EQ Basin

45 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 45 Questions? Contact Information George Robinson (419) Cary Duchene (419) Bob Harbron (419) Larry Zimmerman (301)

46 CMAA 2010 Water Summit | Kansas City, MO July 18-20B&V - 46 Unique Challenges 1. Aggressive Schedule – An 18 month construction schedule for $60M in wet weather facilities per consent decree. Multiple projects…Same site year Ballasted Flocculation Performance…24/7 for 2 Years – Conducting the study while waiting for and being able to respond to storm event at all hours of the day or night, including holidays. 3. Economic Recession and Furloughed City Staff – Maintaining a positive working relationship with an embattled client staff where many lost pay and benefits during a severe economic recession % Local – Putting a solid, capable and local team together with the right skill set to meet a 90% local hours contract requirement. 5. Water Quality…Not Flood Relief – Careful maneuvering of TWI, a program to improve receiving water quality, through several local flooding and basement backup events that have occurred.


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