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WM I-69 Partners Welcomes You! DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE OUTREACH EVENT October 29, 2013 | 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm. OUTREACH AGENDA. PROJECT OVERVIEW. 4:00 PM Doors Open 4:00 – 4:30 PM Networking 4:30 – 5:15 PM WM I-69 Partners Presentation Welcome Safety First Team Introductions

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WM I-69 Partners Welcomes You!

DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE OUTREACH EVENT

October 29, 2013 | 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

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OUTREACH AGENDA

PROJECT OVERVIEW

4:00 PM Doors Open

4:00 – 4:30 PM Networking

4:30 – 5:15 PM WM I-69 Partners Presentation

Welcome

Safety First

Team Introductions

Project Overview

DBE/Workforce Opportunities

Certification/Prequalification

Commercially Useful Function

Expectation of D-B Bidding Process

Question & Answer

7:00 PM: Event Concludes

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WHO WE ARE

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Concession:

Construction:

Design:

Operations & Maintenance:

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PROJECT

OVERVIEW

I-69 Section 5

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PROJECT OVERVIEW

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Project Value: $500 million

Procurement: Design-Build-Finance-Operation-Maintain (DBFOM); Public-Private Partnership

Owner: Indiana Department of Transportation and Indiana Finance Authority

The I-69 Section 5 project consists of upgrading approximately 21 miles of existing State Route 37, a four-lane median divided highway between Bloomington and Martinsville, to an interstate highway.

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PROJECT OVERVIEW

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Urban Section: 11.8 Miles of Urban 6-Lane Section

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PROJECT OVERVIEW

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Urban Section: 11.8 Miles of Urban 6-Lane Section

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ROADWAY

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Four New Interchanges
  • Fullerton Pike
  • Tapp Road
  • Sample Road
  • Liberty Church Road
  • Three Modified Existing Interchanges:
  • Walnut Street
  • SR 45/2nd Street
  • SR 48/3rd Street
  • One Existing Interchange to Remain Unchanged:
  • SR 46
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ROADWAY

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Roadway Reconstruction and Widening: 21 miles

New Mainline Alignment: 5.6 lane miles

New Access Roads: 22 lane miles

Local Road Reconstruction: 13 miles

Noise Walls: 10,100 linear feet

Retaining Walls

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STRUCTURES

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Total Number of Bridges: 28

New Bridges: 14

Bridge Rehabilitations: 14

Bridge Widenings: 13

Additional Structure Elements: Superstructure Replacements, Deck Replacements, and Overlays

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DRAINAGE/HYDRAULICS

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Drainage/Hydraulic Elements:
  • Two pipe crossings to be replaced with structures
  • Streambed Armoring – bio-engineering techniques preferred over riprap whenever possible
  • Replace culverts with sufficiency rating less than 4
  • Six wildlife crossings
  • Miles of stream survey may be required
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GEOTECHNICAL

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Geotechnical Elements:
  • Fairly extensive exploration and testing has been completed by IFA and INDOT
  • Additional exploration and testing required after selection
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SIGNAGE

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Signage Elements:
  • All signage on the Project limits shall be new
  • Replace/remove any signs outside of the Project limits that are no longer appropriate
  • Existing sign structures may be used if they are in compliance with the new INDOT Standards
  • Bridge mounted structures are prohibited
  • No sign lighting
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LIGHTING

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Lighting Elements:
  • 5.5 miles of continuous lighting from Fullerton Pike to the SR 46 interchange
  • Interchange lighting at Sample Road and Liberty Church Road interchanges
  • Existing lighting at some interchanges may be retained
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MAINTENANCE OF TRAFFIC

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Maintenance of Traffic Elements:
  • One of the most critical elements of the Project
  • In general, two lanes of traffic must be maintained at all times in each direction
  • Detours are allowed, but must be on roadways that have the same functional classification as the detoured roadway
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DBE/WORKFORCE

OPPORTUNITIES

Construction | Design | Materials

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CONSTRUCTION OPPORTUNITIES

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Concrete Paving/Flatwork
  • Piling
  • Drilled Shafts
  • Concrete Forming/Placing
  • Asphalt Paving
  • Reinforcing Steel Installation
  • Traffic Control/Signals
  • Flagging
  • Fencing
  • Earthwork
  • Drainage
  • Demolition
  • Structural Steel Erection
  • Precast Beam Erection
  • Lighting
  • Signing
  • Erosion Control
  • Landscaping
  • Trucking
  • Painting
  • Pavement Markings
  • Retaining Walls
  • Clearing & Grubbing
  • Guardrail
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DESIGN OPPORTUNITIES

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Survey
  • Bridge Design
  • Retaining Wall Design
  • Roadway Design
  • Drainage Design
  • Utility Relocation
  • Plan Development
  • Signing/Lighting Design
  • R/W Acquisition
  • Quantities
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MATERIAL OPPORTUNITIES

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Ready Mix Concrete
  • Reinforcing Steel
  • Drainage Material/Pipe
  • Piling
  • Fence
  • Aggregates
  • Borrow
  • Structural Steel
  • Precast Concrete Beams
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CERTIFICATION/

PREQUALIFICATION

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PROCUREMENT PROCESS

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • The procurement process includes the following:
  • Expression of interest
  • Prequalification
  • Match to needed scope
  • Request for qualification
  • Recommendation to IFA
  • IFA Concurrence and approval
  • Request for proposal
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EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Key Elements:
  • Contact information
  • Scope of services performed
  • DBE status
  • Certification status
  • Non-Disclosure Agreement Requirements
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PREQUALIFICATION/MATCH TO SCOPE

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Officially listed:
  • Current to scope
  • Valid through the Project term
  • Shortened Request for Qualifications
  • Need prequalification:
  • Full Request for Qualifications to scope

OR

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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Purpose/Scope:
  • Company information
  • Ability, technical capacity, and resources
  • Customers and contracts
  • People and responsible management
  • Quality
  • Environment
  • Health and safety
  • Financial information
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RECOMMENDATION/APPROVAL

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Package of information
  • IFA review
  • Approval(or return for additional information)
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REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Bidding
  • Bid Receipt
  • Analysis
  • Notice to Award
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CONTACT INFORMATION

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Certification Contact:

Derrick Casson

Indiana Department of Transportation

Economic Opportunity Division, DBE Certification

100 North Senate Avenue, IGCN 750

Indianapolis, IN 46204

Phone: 317.233.4664

[email protected]

Prequalification Contact:

Karen Macdonald

Prequalification Engineer

Indiana Department of Transportation

100 North Senate Avenue, IGCN 725

Indianapolis, IN 46204

Phone: 317.232.5094

[email protected]

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COMMERCIALLY USEFUL FUNCTION

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Commercially Useful Function is defined in 49 CFR Part 26.55 (c) as:
  • Personal net worth
  • Prompt payment and retainage
  • Ownership
  • Regular dealers
  • Decertification
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CONTACT INFORMATION

Marvin Jackson – I-69 DBE CoordinatorWalsh [email protected]

Code of Federal Regulations – 49 CFR Part 26http://www.ecfr.gov/

Office of Federal Contract Compliance – 16 Steps

www.dol.gov/ofccp/TAguides/consttag.htm

Additional Project information may be found at the Project’s official website:

www.i69indyenv.org

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