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Safe & Sound Bridge Improvement Program. Industry Review AGENDA. Purpose of Meeting Introduction of Team Today’s discussion History of Safe & Sound DBFM to MDBB/DB split Goals of Design-Build Project Differences from 1 st procurement Procurement features/process Schedule.

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Industry ReviewAGENDA
  • Purpose of Meeting
  • Introduction of Team
  • Today’s discussion
    • History of Safe & Sound
    • DBFM to MDBB/DB split
    • Goals of Design-Build Project
    • Differences from 1st procurement
    • Procurement features/process
    • Schedule
    • Scoring and Evaluation
    • Contract Administration
  • Questions & Answers
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History
  • Announced program in Fall 2006.
  • Received 5 SOQs. Short-listed 4.
  • Eventually moved forward with 2 teams … Missouri Bridge Partners & Team United.
  • Rec’d final proposals in November 2007.
    • Unaffordable … BAFO … MBP selected.
  • Credit market meltdown complicated negotiations.
  • September 2008 – MHTC directed us to conclude procurement and launch program through alternative means.
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Safe & Sound Today
  • 802 structures.
    • 248 identified for rehabilitation.
      • Modified Design-Bid-Build. Small packages being let starting tomorrow.
      • At least 100 under construction in early 2009.
    • 554 identified for replacement.
      • Design-Build.
      • Third of MoDOT’s authorized D-B projects (New I-64, kcICON)
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The Typical Safe & Sound Bridge is …
  • 147 feet long, 24 feet wide
  • 60 years old
    • Rehabs – 48 years old; Replacements – 66 years old
  • In a rural location
  • Avg. daily traffic of 1900 vehicles, but about 300 carry less than 400 vehicles per day.
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Deliver good bridges at a great value.

Minimize public inconvenience through increased construction speed and flexibility with schedule.

Complete construction no later than October 31, 2014.

Project Goals

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What’s Different fromPrevious Procurement
  • No Private Financing or Maintenance components.
  • MoDOT will set bridge widths, other design elements.
  • MoDOT will provide info developed during first procurement.
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Project Features
  • MoDOT specified MOT
    • MoDOT performs traffic control for detours.
    • Contractor performs remaining traffic control.
  • All bridges are to be replaced.
  • Flexible RFP seeking innovation.
  • MoDOT to perform construction inspection and utility coordination.
  • Contractor to purchase ROW.
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Statements of Qualifications
  • Selection based upon:
  • Submitter experience (50 percent)
  • Key Personnel and Organization (50 percent)
  • DBE Plan (pass/fail)
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Experience
  • Deliver a project within budget
  • Deliver projects on or ahead of schedule
  • Design, construction & administration of a large-scale program
  • Integration of design, construction & coordination with governmental agencies and safety
  • Meeting or exceeding DBE goals
    • 7 percent
    • 25 trainee slots at 1,000 hours each
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Key Personnel
  • Project Manager
  • Quality Manager
  • Design Manager
  • Construction Manager
  • Public Relations Coordinator
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Two-phase process

Additional Applicable Standards

Technical Concepts Proposal Discussions

Initial Technical Proposal Discussions

Final Technical Proposal Discussions

Procurement Process

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10/27/08 – Issue RFQ

10/30/08 – Industry Meeting

12/03/08 – Receive SOQs, shortlist

3/25/09 – Initial Technical Proposals due

4/28/09 – Final Technical Proposal & Price Allocation

5/01/09 – Select Team

May 2009 – Award Contract

Procurement Schedule

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Best Value

Technical (30 points)

Completion Commitment (5 points)

Maintenance of Traffic (20 points)

Public Information (5 points)

Price (70 points)

A+B

Lowest Price = 70 points

Pro-Rata Deduction in Point after Lowest

Pass/Fail Items

Structure type

General info

Scoring & Evaluation

  • DBE Plan
  • AAS
  • Administrative Elements
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Book 1 – Design-Build Contract

Book 2 – Performance Requirements

Book 3 – Applicable Standards

Book 4 – Contract Drawings, Data & Reports

Proposal

Book 5 – Informational Documents

Contract Administration

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Pre-Approved Structures + AAS

ROW Reserve Fund

Utilities

Traffic Control

Technical

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Damages/Incentives

$10 million up-front payments

Milestones by bridge

Payment

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Contractor

Inflation

Geotechnical

Design

MoDOT

Hydraulic

Environmental

Risk Transfer

for more information
Project Director: Ken Warbritton

E-mail: [email protected]

www.modot.org/safeandsound

1.888.ASK.MODOT

For More Information:
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