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The New FDOT Construction Bid Option Process. Dwayne Kile, P.E. District Seven Design Engineer. Bid Option Process – Why?. Growth Locally Internationally China India Material Shortages Liquid Asphalt Binder Aggregate Cement Steel Labor. Bid Option Process – Why?.

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The new fdot construction bid option process

The New FDOTConstruction Bid Option Process

Dwayne Kile, P.E.

District Seven Design Engineer


Bid option process why
Bid Option Process – Why?

  • Growth

    • Locally

    • Internationally

      • China

      • India

  • Material Shortages

    • Liquid Asphalt Binder

    • Aggregate

    • Cement

    • Steel

    • Labor


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Bid Option Process – Why?

  • Contracting industry flush with work

    • No guaranteed material quotes

    • More risk with larger projects

  • Need to Maintain Work Program

    • 35 Projects FY 06/07

    • 35 Projects FY 06/07 Total $276.3M

    • 13 Projects rejected FY 05/06

    • 13 Projects Total $331.1M

    • Total WP for 06/07 $607.4M


Bid option process impact
Bid Option Process - Impact

  • Re-let Projects

    • Resources

      • In-house utility staff

      • Consultant staff

    • Scheduling

      • Advanced relocation

      • After letting relocations


Bid options process details
Bid Options Process - Details

  • General

    • Pro-active approach to minimize delays caused by re-letting of projects

    • Maintains work program stability

    • Limited use


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Bid Options Process - Details

  • Specifics

    • Lists items for potential reduction

    • Automatic award with first option within 10% of option bid

    • Allows award for the minimum contract in lieu of re-letting project

    • Items listed in order of least importance

    • Plans show full option, modified after award


Bid option process d7 pilot projects
Bid Option Process – D7 Pilot Projects

  • SR 60 (Kennedy Boulevard) – E. Kennedy Draw Bridge to Channelside Drive and US 41 (Tampa Street) – Violet Street to Jackson Street

    • Eliminate Drainage Improvements

    • Alternative Pavement Design


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Bid Option Process – D7 Pilot Projects

  • US 41 (Nebraska Avenue) – Hillsborough Avenue to Kennedy Boulevard

    • Eliminate Segments of Drainage Improvements

    • Alternative Pavement Sections

  • SR 676 (Causeway) – US 41 to US 301

    • Reduced project length for primary project

    • Eliminate lighting


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Bid Option Process – D7 Pilot Projects

  • US 92 (SR 600) – Eureka Springs Road to SR 566

    • Eliminate Pedestrian Bridges

    • Eliminate Dedicated Right Turn Lane

    • Eliminate Dual Left Turn Lanes

    • Eliminate 10 Miles of Sidewalk




Bid option process
Bid Option Process

QUESTIONS?