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The New I-64 Design-Build Project. October 2007. Three Design-Build Contracts. Legislative authorization in 2004 I-64, St. Louis Awarded November 2006 Safe and Sound Bridge Program Contractor to be selected November 2007 kcICON, Kansas City Contractor to be selected November 2007. 2.

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The new i 64 design build project

The New I-64Design-Build Project

October 2007


Three design build contracts
Three Design-Build Contracts

  • Legislative authorization in 2004

  • I-64, St. Louis

    • Awarded November 2006

  • Safe and Sound Bridge Program

    • Contractor to be selected November 2007

  • kcICON, Kansas City

    • Contractor to be selected November 2007

2


Why do design build
Why Do Design-Build?

  • Faster

  • Less expensive

  • Opportunities for innovation

3


Design build benefits

Metric

Design-Build vs. Design-Bid-Build

Unit Cost

6.1% lower

Const. Speed

12% faster

Delivery Speed

33.5% faster

Cost Growth

5.2% less

Schedule Growth

11.4% less

Design-Build Benefits

4

Source: Southeast Corridor Contractors, TREX, Denver, Colorado


How does it work
How Does It Work?

  • MoDOT provides conceptual design

  • MoDOT issues Request for Proposal

  • Contractor team selected on “Best Value”

  • Contractor completes the design and builds the project in parallel instead of linear path

5


New design build model
New Design-Build Model

  • Streamlining internal approvals & reviews

  • Flexible

  • Limited requirements

    • Meet federal design/construction standards

    • Propose state design/construction standards

  • Innovation and creativity of private sector

  • Best value for taxpayers with maximum improvements for the budget

6


The new i 64 design build project

7


Kcicon interstate 29 35 connections project

kcICON: Interstate 29/35Connections Project


I 64 us route 40 reconstruction

I-64/US Route 40 Reconstruction

St. Louis City and County



Deteriorated roads and bridges
Deteriorated Roads and Bridges

  • Originally built 1930s to 1960s

  • Designed for slower traffic and less volume

  • 32 bridges

  • Half are near closure!

I-64 over I-170

Spoede Road


Congestion
Congestion

  • On/Off ramps too short

  • No dedicated exit lanes

  • Minimal shoulders


Project goals
Project Goals

  • Complete within budget of $535 million

  • Complete on time, July 31, 2010

  • Improve traffic flow on I-64

  • Minimize construction impacts

  • Provide a quality product

  • Demonstrate a new model for reconstructing interstates


Project budget
Project Budget

  • $535 million total budget with $420 million for contractor Design-Build

  • MoDOT conceptual design including EIS activities

  • Property acquisition

  • MoDOT staff and overhead

  • Utilities

  • Contingencies

  • Contractor design and construction costs


Quality oversight
Quality Oversight

  • Contractor responsible for QC & QA

  • Quality plan for each area of Contractor’s work

  • MoDOT audits 10% of Contractor’s work

  • Oversight focuses on

    • High risk elements

    • Processes more than products


Maintenance of traffic
Maintenance of Traffic

Requirements:

  • Don’t close entire road for entire time

  • Keep regional traffic moving

    Contractor proposed:

  • Lane closure durations

  • Segment completion dates

  • Project completion date


Utilities
Utilities

  • SUE work up front reduced risk

  • Master Utility Agreements focus on process

  • Utility information sheets

    • Each relocation

    • All parties agree on conflict and relocation

  • 3-party work orders for each relocation

    • Scope of work

    • Cost

    • Time


Workforce development plan
Workforce Development Plan

  • Meet the following goals

    • 14.7% minorities and 6.9% women

    • 20% On-the-Job training

    • 5% additional On-the-Job above 20%

    • 5% incentive for professional services individuals

  • Hire and retain pre-apprenticeship graduates

  • Maximize relationships with training and hiring programs

  • Provide diversity and sensitivity training



  • Benefits
    Benefits

    • MoDOT got everything we needed for the project

    • Dollars stretched to provide most project possible

    • Completion dates are very aggressive

    • Flexibility = great value



    Gateway team members

    Major Participants

    Granite Construction

    Fred Weber

    Millstone Bangert

    Parsons Transportation

    URS

    Gateway Team Members

    Other Team Members

    • Gerstner Electric

    • Crawford, Bunte, Brammeier

    • Horner & Shifrin

    • Terracon

    • Vector Communications


    What will be built
    What will be built

    • 10 miles of roadway

    • Direct ramps from I-64 to I-170

    • 12 interchanges & 6 overpasses

    • Additional lane from I-270 to I-170












    Infoline 314 524 9191

    I-64 Project Contact

    Infoline 314-524-9191

    www.thenewi64.org