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  1. Hutch Construction inFar Experimental Hall David Saenz – Project Manager June 08, 2009

  2. Scope • Design Status/Deliverables • Schedule • Estimated Construction Cost • Present Status • Summary

  3. Scope • Approximately 7,000sf of new facilities for (3) Hutches, (3) Control Rooms and (1) Common Room • Specifications have been developed, are well defined, and present no major challenges

  4. Scope – Cont’d • Utilities (MEP) • Process chilled water • Chilled water • Compressed air @ 100psi • HVAC 72°± 1 °F • RH 45% ± 10% • 24” cable trays • Standard lighting • Surface mounted conduits • Standard 110V and 208V outlets 1 ton capacity cranes Radiation protection Standard door sizes Existing common floor Standard wall/ceiling finishes No acoustic requirements

  5. Engineering Specification Documents • LCLS ESD’s approved by key stake-holders. • ESD 1.9-112 • Hutch 4 • ESD 1.9-113 • Hutch 5 • ESD 1.9-114 • CXI Room • ESD 1.9-115 • XCS Room • ESD 1.9-116 • Common Room • ESD 1.9-117

  6. Access Tunnel (looking south)

  7. FEH (looking west)

  8. FEH Floor Plan Hutch 6 - MECi Hutch 4 – XCS Hutch 5 – CXI Existing Access Tunnel Existing Restrooms Existing X-Ray Tunnel

  9. Building Sections Hutch 4 Hutch 5 Hutch 6 Building Section – Looking South Hutch 6 Hutch 5 Hutch 4 Building Section – Looking North

  10. TI/TII/TIII Status • Design was awarded Oct 10, 08 • Title I completed on Nov 6, 08 • Title II 60% completed Jan 15, 09 • Title II 90% completed for Mar 09, 09 • Title II 100% completed for Mar 16, 09 • Issue for Bid documents completed Mar 23, 09 • Bidder jobwalk conducted on April 29, 09 • 7 General Contractors (Butler, Gordan-Prill, DPR, Rudolph Sletten, XL, Dome and Lyncon) • 5 GC’s have performed work at SLAC/LCLS/DOE/SU) • Bids received May 18, 09 Note: The structural steel design was advanced prior to final package for early release to bid.

  11. Design Deliverables √ Engineering Coordination Presentation √ 90% Design Review √ Updated Cost Estimate √ 100% Design Review √ Issue For Bid (IFB) documents √ 100% Cost Estimate √ Existing Conditions Report √ 30% Design Review √ Structural Design Review √ Preliminary Cost Estimate √ 60% Design Review √ Detailed Cost Estimate √ Value Engineering √ Structural 3rd Party Peer Review • Sufficient quantity of deliverables were established to manage progress and complete development of a final package ready for bid!

  12. Schedule Design Complete Mar 16, 09 • Steel package has been awarded and is being managed by LCLS direct • Fabrication drawings have been approved by EOR • Steel is currently under fabrication and scheduled for on site erection 6/15/09 – 7/3/09 Procurement 4/09-5/09 Construction Commence 5/26/09 Project Complete!!

  13. Construction Cost Estimate H4 and H5 • Initial 30% AE estimate (Nov 5, 08) at $4.1M includes direct/in-direct cost, and escalation • 60% AE estimate (Feb 2, 09) at $3.58M • Value Engineering items included • Strategy for construction delivery method is consistent with expectations • Design → Bid → Build • Structural steel package has been released early for bid and erection • A cross-check estimate was provided by a GC at $3.1M • Same GC successfully completed LCLS Sector 20 and MMF projects • 90% AE estimate (Feb 20, 09) at $3.48M • 100% AE estimate (Mar 23, 09) at $3.34M WBS (1.9.3.14.2) budget is $3.4M for H4 and H5

  14. Construction Cost Estimate H6 • 60% AE estimate (Feb 2, 09) at $.77M • A cross-check estimate was provided by a GC at $.70M • Same GC successfully completed LCLS Sector 20 and MMF projects • 90% AE estimate (Feb 20, 09) at $.76M • 100% AE final estimate at $.67M • Independent Cost Review provided by SMSI rec’d Mar 23, 09 • Hutch 6 can be constructed in conjunction with H4/H5 without impacting schedule BCR CF-109 was approved ($800K) to include Hutch 6 construction as part of the CF WBS 1.9 in April 09.

  15. Independent Cost Review • SMSI • Professional estimating consulting firm located in the bay area and familiar with bay area economy • Has experience with projects within DOE environment • Understand the requirements involved with DOE complex projects

  16. WBS • WBS 1.9 for FEH Hutches $4.2M • Steel awarded at $390K • To be managed by LCLS CF group • Concrete deck estimated at $75K • Not yet awarded • To be managed by LCLS CF group • 4 bids received (range $46.7K to $87.8K) • Remaining build-out construction balance in WBS budgeted $3,735K • All bids received were < estimated budget • Three bids received were 50% < estimated budget! • Construction schedule is sufficient allowing for 26 weeks of construction (not including steel erection)

  17. Summary • √ Design parameters are clearly defined • √ Sufficient quantity of deliverables are in process • √ Title I complete • √ Value Engineering complete • √ Title II complete • √ Issue for Bid set complete • √ Structural steel released for bid with favorable results • Cost • Safety • Schedule • √ Adequate resources are available for successful execution of the FEH hutches!

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