The project prospectus is a tool to convey information about a project to various organization inside and outside of ODOT It starts the process of identifying the problem to be solved and presents ideas on how to solve it PROJECT PROSPECTUS
It contains information on the Project: –Costs –Funding sources –Funding years –Right of Way impacts –Environmental impacts
Its Divided into Three Parts Part 1 - Project Request Part 2 – Project Details Part 3 – Project Environmental Class
The project location Overview of the project Problem statement Proposed solution Cost estimates for PE, CE, Right of Way, and construction Part 1 provides information on:
Who is responsible for completing the different categories of the project design Base design requirements Roadway element widths Structure size and cost Right of Way information Part 2 defines:
Details environmental impacts Environmental baseline information Require permits, reports and clearances Part 3 – Environmental details:
This milestone is a critical point of decision- making that establishes the geometric boundaries of the project footprint, and allows the concurrent right-of-way (ROW), permitting, and construction contract document activities to move forward Design Acceptance Package
Design Acceptance also provides for environmental and land use requirements, and subsequently how they affect permitting and the development of construction contract documents Design Acceptance Package
–It occurs at the end of the initial design phase and requires all project disciplines to review the design for balance of context with standards and policies. –It is the primary opportunity for both technical and non-technical stakeholders to review design elements according to their specific interests. Deliverables include Design Acceptance Package
DAP Deliverables Environmental Documentation (e.g., NEPA CE, EA, EIS) Design Narrative and/or Bridge Type, Size, and Location (TSL) Plan Sheets Current Schedule Current Estimate/Budget
Advance Plans and Specifications This is a key interim step of the contract document phase, and requires all project disciplines to review draft contract documents for completeness and accuracy. It is the primary opportunity for technical staff to provide quality control review of the project plans, specifications, and estimate as a package.
Deliverables include Project Plan Project Special Provisions Current cost estimates and Bid Items Draft Construction Schedule Insurance Risk Assessment Form
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