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Prestatiegericht Onderhoud (PGO) Performance based maintenance. Peter Booij 18 th November 2011 Manager Contracting. Subjects. Historical perspective Program PGO Targets and means Contract model PGO Contract Structure Requirements & Scope of Works Tender principles & award criteria

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prestatiegericht onderhoud pgo performance based maintenance

Prestatiegericht Onderhoud (PGO)Performance based maintenance

Peter Booij 18th November 2011

Manager Contracting

subjects
Subjects
  • Historical perspective
  • Program PGO
      • Targets and means
  • Contract model PGO
      • Contract Structure
      • Requirements & Scope of Works
      • Tender principles & award criteria
      • Incentives en payment
      • Performance en costs

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1 historical perspective
1. Historical perspective

Procurement:Performance based contracts

Outsourcing of daily maintenance

OPC/PGO

Alliance:contractsbasedonKPI’s and maintenance units

Management focus more on RAMS thanoncost

OPC+

Outsoursing:contracts based on input: workplans and maintenance specs

Increase in more business like attitude

OPC

Internal distiction Management - Operation contracts based on activities and workplans

Present day

1998

2002

2005

2011

1994

2000

2007

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targets and means
Targets and means
  • Strong reduction of costs (25%+)
  • Reduction of Out of Service Periods
  • Improve on failure performance
  • Stabilize the overall quality of the infrastructure

>>>

  • Mobilize the ‘know how’ of contractors
  • Compete on smart maintenance not on man hour costst
  • Manage on infra performance in stead of realized work

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Asset Rail

Strukton

Volker Rail

BAM Rail

Contract distribution in PGO - november 2011

Spitzke

In tendering

In preparation

Drenthe

Twente

Veluwe

Eemland

Rijn & Gouwe

Gelre

Dordrecht

Betuwe

Zeeland

De Peel

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requirements opc to pgo
Requirements OPC to PGO
  • A change in style of requirements:
  • We used to prescribe the frequency and nature of inspections.
  • We made agreements on the quantity and nature of maintenance.
  • We did NOT make an explicit agreement on the performance of the infrastructure

>>> New requirements

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safety system requirements

Waarborgen veiligheid

Waarborgen spoorweg-veiligheid

Waarborgen installatie-veiligheid

Voorkomen ontsporen

Voorkomen botsen

Voorkomen ongelukken in trein

Handhaven veilige werking systeem

Handhaven veiligheidsvoorzieningen

Handhaven vluchtwegen

Ontsporingsvrij geleiden

Voorkomen botsen trein - trein

Voorkomen ongelukken bij berijden

Handhaven veilige EV

Voorkomen oplopen

Voorkomen botsen trein - omgeving

Voorkomen ongelukken bij wisselen

Handhaven veilige energievoorziening diesel

Ontsporingsvrij wisselen

Voorkomen botsen trein - obstakels

Ontsporingsvrij dragen

Voorkomen botsen trein – mens/dier

Voorkomen botsen trein – kruisend wegverkeer

Safety System Requirements

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Safety System Requirements

  • Keep the track within a alignment for x km/h
  • Prevent defects and electrocution on installations for power supply
  • Keep switches within safety tolerances
  • Keep railway crossings fail safe
  • Etc etc

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durability requirements
Durability requirements
  • Durability: condition in which the Life Cycle Cost are minimal (presumed)
  • Keep the position overhead wires within certain tolerances
  • Keep the switches within certain tolerances to prevent ‘wear and tear’
  • Keep the overall geometry of the track within certain tolerances
  • Repair all defects on the infrastructure within 3 months.
  • Etc etc

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statement of work
Statement of Work
  • Use FMECA to define all possible (underlying) failmechanisms causing possible deviations to the requirements.
  • Use FMECA to define all MTBF of infrastructure objects
  • Maintain accordingly to the FMECA results
  • Use an inspection regime to validate FMECA results
  • Proof to ProRail that the infrastructure is OK!
  • Bottom line: PREVENT DEVIATIONS FROM HAPPENING!

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scope of works
Scope of Works
  • All track and switches, power supply, signalling, overhead wire, civil structures, telecom
  • All ‘small’ renewals
  • All renewals caused by RCF
  • Contractor is responsible for the quality of all objects until ProRail executes her major renewal plans (5 year forecast is given to contractor)

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payment incentives simplified
Payment & Incentives (simplified)
  • In principal: Monthly fixed price payments
  • no deviations? 105% payment of fixed price
  • >0 deviations? 75% payment of fixed price, 25% after deviations have been restored in time. Too late? 15% penalty
  • Small (large) number of deviations throughout the year? Up to 5% bonus (or 10% reduction)
  • Rather serious safety deviation: 30% penalty
  • Bonus (or reduction) up to 5% if Urgent Failure performance is going well (bad) throughout the year

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duration of the contract
Duration of the contract
  • In principal: 5 or 6 years
  • However: In case of a serious safety incident the contract will end. Contract will be re tendered, contractor is liable for damage
  • Too much Urgent Failures over a period of years? Contract may end.

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tender award criteria for bidding
Tender: Award Criteria for bidding
  • Fixed Monthly Price (85%)
  • Number of required ‘Out of service periods’ (15%), at least 99,37% availability
  • Urgent failures (Euro 100/minute reduction on price)
  • Savings on LCC by postponement of renewals by ProRail. (reduction on price)

And..

  • A few price agreements for settlement of future changes in the contract

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results so far
Results so far
  • Financial targets have been well achieved
  • Urgent Failure minutes reduced. For example PGO 2: The contractor offers a reduction from 70.000 minutes to 43.000 minutes a year.
  • Out of service periods: Down by 50 – 75% and no more conflicts with the time table

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