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Accelerated Delivery - NDOT Design-Build Project

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Accelerated Delivery - NDOT Design-Build Project

  1. 1. Accelerated Delivery NDOT Design-Build Project Kyle Keller, PE
  2. 2. Design-Build in Nebraska
  3. 3. Transportation Innovation Act ■ Approved April 18, 2016 ■ Alternative Delivery  Design-Build  CMGC
  4. 4. Statutory Authority 39-2801 : 39-2824 ■ Accelerated Delivery ■ Procurement Process ■ RFQ and RFP ■ Owner Representative ■ Stipend ■ BestValue Proposers ■ Guidelines https://nebraskalegislature.gov/laws/statutes
  5. 5. Accelerated Delivery Guidelines https://dot.nebraska.gov/business-center/design-build/ ■ General Policies ■ Provides the Framework ■ Risk Management ■ Flexible ■ Suited for Nebraska
  6. 6. Project Selection Matrix ■ Objective ■ Complexity ■ Permitting Status ■ Public Interest ■ Funding ■ Size Project Characteristics Likely Candidate for Delivery as D/B/B CM/GC D/B Primary project delivery objective NDOR control of detailed design Completion schedule Cost Early cost and schedule certainty Reduced NDOR staff involvement Technical innovation Funding Programmed and funding committed Programmed but full funding not committed Not programmed Project size Greater than $50 million $10 million to $49 million Less than $10 million ITS projects Project complexity Numerous primary features (road, bridges, ITS) Closely interrelated features Constrained construction phasing Unique or unusual site conditions Specialized skills need for design or construction Emerging technology included Extensive temporary features required Delivery Method is Compatible with the Characteristic Delivery Method May Be Compatible with the Characteristic Delivery Method is Not Compatible with the Characteristic
  7. 7. NEWTOOL FOR DOING BUSINESS….. CM/GC & DESIGN-BUILD
  8. 8. ■ Construction Manager/General Contractor ■ Construction Manager at-Risk (CMR) ■ Owner engages contractor during design ■ Provides constructability input ■ Contract “target price” at 60%-90% Design level Owner ContractorDesign Agree on Build Contract? YES NO CM/GC Construction Phase Same Contractor New Contractor Design Phase
  9. 9. Design-Build CONSTRUCTION FINAL : DESIGN PERMITTING ROW PRELIMINARY : DESIGN PERMITTING ROW BID CONCEPT : DESIGN PERMITTING ROW FINAL : DESIGN PERMITTING ROW Cost Established Possible Redesign Traditional Method Design-Build Method Time Saved Project Duration Design-Build Delivery Traditional Delivery Cost Established CONSTRUCTION
  10. 10. Fast Forward
  11. 11. US-275 Expressway ■ 1988 Expressway System  Regional Connectivity  New priority to complete the Expressway System  Build Nebraska  Original intent to developing Expressway
  12. 12. 2 Plus 2 Approach Criteria ■ Existing lanes  Remain in place  Asset Preservation  Resurface ■ New lanes  Offset of existing  New & Reconstruction  New embankment & pavement Goals ■ Stay consistent with 2+2 concept ■ Minimize  Impacts to existing  New lanes crossing over the existing lanes  Analyze the system
  13. 13. Project Scope ■ 4-lane Divided Expressway  Majority of project to use 2+2 Concept  Construction of a new bypass around Scribner  Pebble Creek Levee System  Project Length: 18.5 miles  Total Project Cost $109M
  14. 14. Typical Section Existing LanesNew Lanes
  15. 15. Owner’s Representative ■ Specialize in Guiding DOT’s ■ Role  Procurement  Engineering  Permitting  ROW Activities  SupportThroughout
  16. 16. RFQ ■ Advertised  9/6/17 ■ SOQ’s Due  11/17/17 ■ Evaluated  Tech. Review Committee ■ Announced  1/12/18 Request For Qualifications
  17. 17. Graham Group Werner Construction WSP USA Inc. Olsson Graham-Werner JV Hawkins DBTeam Kiewit Inf. Co. Hawkins Construction Clarkson Construction Burns & McDonnell Alfred Benesch & Co. Kiewit Inf. Co. Kiewit Engineering Felsburg Holt & Ullevig
  18. 18. Pause
  19. 19. E I S ■ Environmental Impact Statement  404 & 408  Wetland Reserve Program ■ One Federal Decision  Expedite & Streamline  2 –Year NEPA Process
  20. 20. 11/8/18
  21. 21. Risk Management Owner Contractor ■ Best Suited ■ Cost $$$ ■ Schedule Transfer
  22. 22. Design OWNER ■ Preliminary Design ■ Initiate NEPA & Permitting ■ Begin ROW Activities ■ Quality Reviews BUILDER ■ Final Design ■ Complete ROW ■ Final Permitting ■ Utility Conflicts ■ Additional Survey ■ Design Quality
  23. 23. Owner’s Role in Construction Owner Project Oversight Observe QA/QC ContractInvoice Conflict Resolution
  24. 24. Environmental Compliance Schedule Construction
  25. 25. Where are we going?
  26. 26. Bridging the Gaps ■ Preliminary Engineering (Concept) ■ Procurement Documents
  27. 27. BaseTechnicalConcept Engineering Permits Procurement
  28. 28. Procurement
  29. 29. Request For Proposal • VOLUME 1 – Instructions to Proposers (ITP) • VOLUME 2 – Contract • Design Build Contract • Technical Provisions • VOLUME 3 – Reference Documents RFP
  30. 30. Procurement Process Draft Documents RFP Evaluation & Selection Develop Concept and Cost BestValueIndustry Review
  31. 31. 275 Corridor Scribner –West Point ■ Award a Design-BuildContractor in late 2019 ■ Final Design and Construction Norfolk –West Point ■ RFQ released for design and environmental services ■ Phase 1 – Preliminary Design and NEPA ■ Phase 2 – Final Design for a portion of the corridor
  32. 32. Kyle.Keller@Nebraska.gov NDOT.DesignBuild@Nebraska.go v THANKYOU Kyle Keller

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