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  1. US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192Financial Project Number: 197534-4-62-01, 430853-1-62-01, 424299-1-62-01June 22, 2012 Presented to: Florida Department of Transportation District One Presented by AECOM Technical Services, Inc.

  2. June 22, 2012 Agenda • Awareness of / Approach to Project Issues • Understanding the Scope • Identification of Unique Project Issues • Innovative Concepts • Proposed Staffing • Quantity Proposed • Availability of Staff • Qualifications/Certifications of Staff • Quality/Experience on Similar Projects • Team’s Past Performance on Similar Projects • Other Considerations • Communication Abilities • Commitment to Satisfy Department Needs

  3. Awareness of / Approach to Project Issues US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 3

  4. Awareness/Approach to ProjectUnderstanding of Scope • Design-Build Acquisition Support • Provide Qualified and Experienced Staff • Serve as the Department’s Senior Project Engineer, Project Administrator, Contract Support Specialist and Inspectors • Primary Role is to Take Charge, Lead and Manage the US 27 Widening Projects to a Successful Completion • Administer the Construction Contract • Provide On-site Inspection to Ensure the Project is Constructed in Reasonable Conformance with the Plans, Special Provisions, Specifications and all other Contract Documents • Coordination with District 1 and District 5 • Coordination with District Office Prior to Final Acceptance • Warranties, Final Estimates, CIM, Material Certification US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 4

  5. Awareness/Approach to ProjectUnderstanding of Scope • Experienced Team to Execute the Scope of Work • Harold Dubon, PE, Senior Project Engineer * • Over 23 Years of Construction Experience with Design-Build Experience • Heath Stocton, PE, Project Administrator • Over 7 Years of Construction Experience with Heavy Utility Coordination • Gerry Rudewicz, Contract Support Specialist* • Over 23 Years of Construction Experience with Design-Build Experience • Armando Alvarez, PE, Senior Bridge Inspector * • Over 20 Years of Construction Experience with Design-Build Experience • John Hunt, Senior Roadway Inspector • Over 13 Years of Construction Experience with Design-Build Experience • Gus Suteu, PE, Senior ITS Inspector • Over 25 Years of Construction Experience with Design-Build Experience * Proven and Established Team from Past Design-Build Projects US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 5

  6. Awareness/Approach to ProjectUnderstanding of Scope • Senior Project Engineer – Harold Dubon, PE • Work Hand-in-Hand with the FDOT Project Manager • Design Build Acquisition • Design Phase and Construction Coordination (D1 and D5) • “Released For Construction” Plans • Contract Administration • Full Construction Project Oversight • Project Document Coordination • CPM Schedule Reviews - for Compliance with the Contract • Claims Avoidance and Support • DRB Presentations and Issue Resolution • Final Estimates Certification US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 6

  7. Awareness/Approach to ProjectUnderstanding of Scope • Project Administrator – • Utility/Preconstruction Conference • Site Manager/EDMS/LIMS Meeting • Utility Coordination • Pre-Activity Meetings • Staff Coordination • Meet with QC Manager • Weekly Progress Meetings • Construction Status Reporting System (CSRS) • Heath Stocton, PE • Verify and Approve Daily Reports/Site Manager/LIMS • CPPR • Review QC Plan • Review Cost Proposals • Prepare/Review Proposed Changes • Environmental Meetings • Public Awareness Meeting • Claims Avoidance and Support US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 7

  8. Contract Support Specialist - Review all Contract Documents Kickoff Meetings Site Manager/LIMS/EDMS Field Documentation Engineering Menu/Multiline Electronic Review Comments (ERC) Materials Documentation Coordinate with District on Monthly and Final Estimates Coordinate As-Builts Awareness/Approach to ProjectUnderstanding of Scope • Gerry Rudewicz • RFI/Issue Logs • Track Stockpiled Materials • Schedule of Values Evaluation and Tracking • Shop Drawing Log • Contract Time Tracking • Contract Changes • Plan Revision Coordination and Distribution • Maintain Information Management System US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 8

  9. Awareness/Approach to ProjectUnderstanding of Scope • Senior Inspectors • Supervision of Inspectors • Maintenance of Traffic • Field Activities Coordination with Prime/Subcontractors • Sampling, Testing and Maintaining Sample Logs • Coordination with QC Manager and QC Technicians • Coordination with District Materials Staff • QC/VT Log Book Reviews • Utilization of the CPPR Process • Site Manager • LIMS • Monthly and Final Estimate Quantity Field Records US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 9

  10. Awareness/Approach to ProjectUnderstanding of Scope • Public Information Officer – Alice Ramos • Electronic Updates to the Public • Develop and Maintain Project Website • Press Releases / Newsletters • Site Visits • Attend Weekly Progress Meetings • Comment Logs • Public Meetings/Open House • Road Watch Updates US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 10

  11. Awareness/Approach to ProjectUnderstanding of Scope • Pre-activity Meetings • Purpose: Compliance of QC Plan • Pile Driving • Earthwork • Noise/Gravity Walls • Drainage Construction • Pond at US 192 Interchange • Milling and Asphalt Paving • MOT • Design Mix Options • Bridge Construction • Concrete / Mass Concrete • Beam Erection • CIP Walls • Signing And Pavement Markings • Signalization • Landscaping US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 11

  12. Awareness/Approach to ProjectUnderstanding of Scope • Structures • Structural Concrete • Field Inspection • Compliance with QA/QC Guidelist • Verify Construction Layout • Florida I-Beams • Check Beam Camber well in advance (ASAP after fabrication) • Geotechnical Inspection/Review • Coordination with District Materials Office • Timely DDM’s/CNC’s Submittal • Bridge Load Rating Certification Prior to Bridge Opening to Public US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 12

  13. Awareness/Approach to ProjectUnderstanding of Scope • SWPPP/Contamination • Erosion Control Plan Compliance • Post All Permits • Weekly Reports • Inspection During and After Rain Events • Contamination • Utility Coordination • Shaw/WRS - Remediation Contractors • Field Staff Will Verify the Weekly Reports For Compliance. Then Scanned into EDMS US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 13

  14. Awareness/Approach to ProjectUnderstanding of Scope • Maintenance of Traffic • Safety of the Traveling Public and the Construction Team • Follow FDOT Incident Management Procedures • Ensure Compliance of all MOT Signage and Equipment • Coordinate with Marshall Douberley and Earl Taylor for Department Review and Compliance • Verify all MOT Reports Submitted by Contractor and Entered into EDMS/Hummingbird • Coordinate MOT Phasing with Local Agencies Well in Advance of Potential Impacts • No Lane Closures Between 7AM and 6PM US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 14

  15. Awareness/Approach to ProjectUnderstanding of Scope Warranties Between 30 To 90 Days Prior To Final Acceptance Of The Project, The DWC, OCWC, And Project Administrator Will Meet To Review The Document Requirements For The Project Warranty The Project Administrator Shall Provide A 3-ring Binder With The Applicable Project Warranty Information.  The Information Shall Include As A Minimum The Applicable Specification For Each Warranty Item The Applicable Method Of Dispute Resolution For Each Warranty Item, If Not Identified Within The Specification A Separate Tabbed Section Shall Be Provided For Each Warranty Item The Complete 3-ring Binder Shall Be Delivered To The District Construction Office With The Final Estimates Documents Other Items To Be Included In The Binder Warranty Bond Surety Company/Performance Bond US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 15

  16. Awareness/Approach to ProjectUnique Project Issues • Design-Build Process • Utility Relocation • Sound/Gravity Walls Conflicts with Utilities • Sound/Gravity Walls Conflicts with Tree Canopy • Maintenance of Traffic • Structures US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 16

  17. Awareness/Approach to ProjectUnique Project Issues – Design-Build Process • Design-Build Process • Selection Process • Pre-Proposal Meeting • D/B Proposal Review • Design Phase • Phase Submittals • Issue Escalation • Construction Phase • “Released for Construction” • Plan Revisions • Shop Drawings • Issue Escalation US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 17

  18. Awareness/Approach to ProjectUnique Project Issues – Design-Build Process • Design-Build Coordination for US 27 Bridge • FDOT D1 and D5 • Pre-Proposal Meeting • D/B Proposal Review • Design Phase • Scott McCall, P.E. (D1 Design PM) • Chris Dabson, P.E. (D5 Design PM) • Neil Kenis, P.E. (D5 Structures Design) • Construction Phase • Ron Meade, P.E. (D5 Structures Maintenance) • Phil Maggio, P.E. (D5 Leesburg Operations) US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 18

  19. Awareness/Approach to ProjectUnique Project Issues – Design-Build Process • AECOM is an Industry Leader for Alternative Delivery in Transportation Infrastructure Projects. • AECOM Regularly Teams with Major Developers and Concessionaires in Providing Alternative Delivery Services. Overall Design-Build Work Includes Over $20 Billion in Construction Costs. • AECOM Provides and Offers Owner Services, Planning, and Design Review Services for all Types of Transportation Including Highway, Bridge, Marine, Transit, Rail And Aviation Projects. • AECOM’s Staff of Seasoned, Alternative Delivery Experts, Specialize in the Management and Engineering of Large, Complex Transportation Projects. The Skills of Our Core Team, Combined with our Local Knowledge and Resources, Bring Distinct Advantages to District One. US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 19

  20. Awareness/Approach to ProjectUnique Project Issues – Design-Build Process • AECOM Offers our Key Senior Managers/Engineers to Assess the Qualifications of LOI’s The Submitting Design-Build Teams and to Assist the Department in Evaluating the Technical Proposals of the Shortlisted Teams. • During the LOI phase, we will Assist The Department In Evaluating Each Design-Build Team as to the Selection Criteria and we will Provide AECOM’s Insight to Various Design-build Teams Strengths and Weaknesses for Consideration. • Assist in the Review of the Design-Build Technical Proposals and Participate in Design-Build Meetings. • Harold Dubon P.E. in Coordination With AECOM’s Design-Build Support Team will Ensure that the Design-Build Plan Submittals During the ERC Process meet the RFP/Contract Requirements. US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 20

  21. Awareness/Approach to ProjectUnique Project Issues – Design-Build Process • AECOM will Provide a Cadre of Senior Engineering Professionals to Assist the Department in Reviewing, and Evaluating any Submitted Alternative Delivery Concepts (ATC) for Conformance with Criteria, Feasibility and Cost Savings. • We will Provide our Recommendations for Acceptance or Rejection on Each ATC to the Department. • The Review of The Tender Phase Documents will Serve a Number of Critical Purposes: • Verify Conformance to The Programmatic and Operational Requirements and Performance Specifications, the Design Meets Minimum Criteria and “Scope Creep” is Contained. • Ensure that Construction Cost Savings are not Unnecessarily Impacting Quality and that the Project does not Suffer from “Scope Deficit.” • Verify Compliance with Regulatory and other Commitments. • Ensure that Design of the Various Project Elements is Coordinated, Including Assessment Of Other Construction Projects that Could Impact this Work. • Verify Design and Functionality Requirements are Met With Respect to Operations, Life Cycle Costs and Turn-Over Requirements. US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 21

  22. Awareness/Approach to ProjectUnique Project Issues – Design-Build Process • The Review will Cover all Facets of the Work, from the Technical Engineering Disciplines such as Grading, Surfacing, Noise Management, Drainage, Signals, Lighting, Signage, Bridge Construction, Maintenance Of Traffic, Environmental and Utilities Coordination, Geotechnical, Surveying and Permitting, to Constructability and Construction Sequencing/Scheduling, as well as Assuring the Opportunity for the Department Reviewers to Comment. • One of the Key Benefits to the Department of our Team is their Familiarity With your Key Roadway and Bridge Engineers (D1 and D5) and with the Department Procedures and Policies. • AECOM will Meet with Design-Build EOR, Contractor and Utility Owners (if needed) to Discuss Need for Relocation of Utilities which are Close to Construction Limits but not in Conflict, to Avoid Additional Costs to the Department. US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 22

  23. Awareness/Approach to Project Unique Project Issues - Utility Relocation Power Pole Location Discrepancy Between Plans and UWS (Approximately 20 Pole Locations) UWS Shows Pole Location at Sta. 800+00 Plan SheetsShows Pole at 799+10 AECOM Will Coordinate with D/B Team and Progress Energy US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 23

  24. Awareness/Approach to Project Unique Project Issues - Utility Relocation Power Pole Relocation Discrepancy Between Plans and UWS UWS Shows Pole Location at Sta. 839+40 Plan Sheet Shows Pole at 838+40 AECOM Will Coordinate with D/B Team and Progress Energy US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 24

  25. Awareness/Approach to Project Unique Project Issues - Sound/Gravity Wall Conflicts with Utilities Sound Barrier Wall Wall Conflicts With Existing Utilities Over 2500’ Section of Sound Wall Sta. 712+00 to Sta. 737+40 LT AECOM Will Coordinate with D/B Team and Utility Owners US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 25

  26. Awareness/Approach to Project Unique Project Issues - Sound/Gravity Wall Conflicts with Utilities Sound Barrier Wall Foundation Conflicts With Existing Underground Utilities 800’ Section of Sound Wall Sta. 738+50 to Sta. 746+50 LT AECOM Will Coordinate with D/B Team and Utility Owners US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 26

  27. Awareness/Approach to Project Unique Project Issues - Sound/Gravity Wall Conflicts with Utilities Sound Barrier Wall Foundation Conflicts With Existing Underground Utilities 1000’ Section of Sound Wall Sta. 808+00 to Sta. 818+22 LT AECOM Will Coordinate with D/B Team and Utility Owners US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 27

  28. Awareness/Approach to Project Unique Project Issues - Sound/Gravity Wall Conflicts with Utilities Sound Barrier Wall Foundation Conflict With Existing Underground Utilities 740’ Section of Sound Wall Sta. 839+08.52 to Sta. 846+47.59 LT AECOM Will Coordinate with D/B Team and Utility Owners US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 28

  29. Awareness/Approach to Project Unique Project Issues - Sound/Gravity Wall Conflicts with Utilities Gravity Wall Conflict With Existing Underground Utilities 1100’ Section of Gravity Wall Sta. 709+60 to Sta. 720+25 RT AECOM Will Coordinate with D/B Team and Utility Owners US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 29

  30. Awareness/Approach to Project Unique Project Issues - Sound/Gravity Wall Conflicts with Utilities Gravity Wall Conflict With Existing Underground Utilities 240’ Section of Gravity Wall Sta. 726+50 to Sta. 728+90.15 RT AECOM Will Coordinate with D/B Team and Utility Owners US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 30

  31. Awareness/Approach to Project Unique Project Issues - Sound/Gravity Wall Conflicts with Utilities Gravity Wall Conflict With Existing Underground Utilities 825’ Section of Gravity Wall Sta. 833+75 to Sta. 842+00 LT AECOM Will Coordinate with D/B Team and Utility Owners US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 31

  32. Awareness/Approach to ProjectUnique Project Issues - Conflicts with Tree Canopy Soundand Gravity Wall Existing Tree Canopy Conflict Over 500’ Section of Wall Sta. 832+00 to Sta. 837+38.06 RT AECOM Will Coordinate with D/B Team and Utility Owners US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 32

  33. Awareness/Approach to ProjectUnique Project Issues - Conflicts with Tree Canopy Sound Barrier Wall Foundation Conflicts With Existing Tree Canopy Over 2500’ Section of Sound Wall Sta. 712+00 to Sta. 737+40 LT AECOM Will Coordinate with D/B Team and Utility Owners US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 33

  34. Awareness/Approach to ProjectUnique Project Issues - Conflicts with Tree Canopy Sound Barrier Wall Conflict With Existing Tree Canopy Over 1000’ Section of Sound Wall Sta. 807+26 to Sta. 817+85.65 RT AECOM Will Coordinate With D/B Team and Utility Owners US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 34

  35. Awareness/Approach to Project Unique Project Issues - Maintenance of Traffic (Phase I) Stage I will consist of milling and resurfacing the existing lanes, construct the walls along the r/w line, construct the stormwater management facilities and conveyance systems to drain the pavement. Stage II will consist of removing the median curb and gutter and the placement of temporary asphalt. It will also include the placement of temporary pavement markings and shifting existing signal heads for Phase II. US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 35

  36. Awareness/Approach to Project Unique Project Issues - Maintenance of Traffic (Phase II) Stage I, northbound traffic will be shifted onto the temporary pavement and inner lanes, construct widening, sidewalks, drainage along the outside of the existing roadway. Stage II will consist of shifting traffic to the inside two lanes and shifting southbound traffic to the temporary pavement and inner lanes. Construct widening, sidewalk and drainage along the outside of the existing roadway, place signal foundations, mast arms and equipment; place the temporary pavement markings and final signage. Shift southbound traffic over inside two lanes, place remaining temporary pavement markings and shift existing signal heads for Phase III. US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 36

  37. Awareness/Approach to Project Unique Project Issues - Maintenance of Traffic (Phase III) Stage I will consist of shifting northbound traffic to the previously constructed outer lanes, remove temporary pavement constructed in the medians, place friction course and final pavement markings for the inside lanes. Construct, remove and replace remaining drainage construction in the median areas, complete construction of the median shoulders and ditches. Stage II will consist of shifting southbound traffic to the previously constructed outer lanes, remove temporary pavement from the medians, place friction course and final pavement markings for the inside lanes, construct, remove and replace the remaining median drainage, complete construction of the median shoulders and ditches. US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 37

  38. Awareness/Approach to Project Unique Project Issues - Maintenance of Traffic (Phase IV) During Stage I, shift northbound traffic onto inside lanes, place friction course and final pavement markings for outside lanes. Stage II will consist of shifting southbound traffic onto inside lanes, place friction course and final pavement markings for outside lanes and complete final signalization work. US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 38

  39. Awareness/Approach to ProjectUnique Project Issues – Structures • Foundation Construction – Piles • Pile Installation Plan Approval • Lessons Learned • Timely Review/Acceptance of Submittals • Foundation Certification Packages • Coordination of Test Pile Program • Monitor Pile Driving Logs • EDC’s are not Required Per 2012 Specs for Test Piles. Contractor may Choose PDA to Reduce Costs. US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 39

  40. Awareness/Approach to ProjectInnovative Concepts • Information Management System • ePM – Electronic Project Management • Collaborative and Web Based • Client/Contract Coordination (Design, Maintenance, Traffic Ops, etc.) • Collaborative Commenting and Mark-ups Using Adobe Acrobat • RFI Log/Shop Drawing Tracking • Submittals and Electronic Signatures • Customizable Page Views and Data Drill Down • Review and Approval Workflow Tracking • Task Tracking Emails and Alerts • Online Training and User Support • GIS Mapping and Project Data • Project Source File Storage – Up to 1.5 TB in Box.net US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 40

  41. Awareness/Approach to ProjectInnovative Concepts • No Additional Cost to Develop, Maintain or Operate ePM • AECOM’s Experience with ePM Include • NASA Ames (>$1 Billion Construction/Design) • Miami Airport (>$6 Billion Terminals/Runway) • Denver Airport (>$1 Billion Light Rail / Hotel) • Fort Lauderdale Airport ($800 Million Terminal / Runway) • Tappan Zee Hudson River Crossing ($16 Billion Bridge/Tunnel) • Expedites • Initial and Final Plans Preparation • RFI’s • Shop Drawing Review (15 Day Limit) US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 41

  42. Awareness/Approach to ProjectInnovative Concepts – Collaborative Commenting & Markup Over 370 Comments collected from 30+ Reviewers! US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 42

  43. Awareness/Approach to ProjectInnovative Concepts – RFI Log Tracking US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 43

  44. Awareness/Approach to ProjectInnovative Concepts – Submittals & Electronic Signatures US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 44

  45. Awareness/Approach to ProjectInnovative Concepts – Review & Approval Workflows DB Team CEI FDOT US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 45

  46. Awareness/Approach to ProjectInnovative Concepts – Task Emails & Alerts US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 46

  47. Proposed Staffing US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 47

  48. Proposed StaffingKey Staff • All Proposed Staff are Currently AECOM/Subconsultant Employees • Experienced Team Ready to Hit the Ground Running • Harold Dubon, PE, Senior Project Engineer • Heath Stocton, PE, Project Administrator • Gerry Rudewicz, Contract Support Specialist • Armando Alvarez, PE, Senior Bridge Inspector/Lead Inspector • John Hunt, Senior Roadway Inspector • AECOM Team Members have Relevant Design-Build Experience and have Worked Together as a Team US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 48

  49. Proposed StaffingQuantity US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 49

  50. Proposed StaffingEstimated Man-Hours 38,783.25 US 27 from Barry Road to Lake C/L, US 27 at Student Drive, US 27 from Polk C/L to End of First Ramp N. of US 192 June 22, 2012 50