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ACEC Joint Conference on Regional and National Economy Trends & Opportunities June 14, 2012. William C. Cuttler, P.E. Assistant District Administrator - Preliminary Engineering Northern Virginia District VDOT . Presentation Outline. VDOT 101 SYIP Update and Financial Plan

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acec joint conference on regional and national economy trends opportunities june 14 2012

ACEC Joint Conference on Regional and National Economy Trends & OpportunitiesJune 14, 2012

William C. Cuttler, P.E. Assistant District Administrator - Preliminary Engineering Northern Virginia District VDOT

presentation outline
Presentation Outline
  • VDOT 101
  • SYIP Update and Financial Plan
  • Total Program
about vdot
About VDOT
  • VDOT maintains the 3rd largest state-owned road system in the country
  • 57,867 miles of state maintained roadway system
about vdot1
About VDOT
  • Nine (9) Construction Districts
  • 20,914 Structures (Bridges and Large Culverts)
    • 19,380 (93%) Maintained by VDOT
    • 1,534 (7%) Maintained by Localities
  • 4 Underwater Crossings
  • 2 Mountain Tunnels
  • 3 Toll Roads, 1 Toll Bridge
  • 4 Ferry Services
  • 41 Rest Areas, 107 Commuter Parking Lots
about vdot2
About VDOT
  • 106 years of tradition 1906-2012:
    • Virginia policy mirrors federal policy
    • Motor fuels user tax [$0.17 per gallon since 1986], and local taxes are predominant funding source
    • Most VDOT project delivery is by traditional design-bid-build - paid with public funds
    • VDOT’s current budget is approximately $3.4 billion
about vdot3
About VDOT
  • Present Challenges Mirror Rest of the United States
    • Highway system is aging
    • Maintenance requires increasingly larger share of budget
    • Population and economy are growing
    • Current needs exceed available funds
    • Strong economy requires efficient transportation
  • Determine and maintain core competencies
  • Develop new delivery methods
  • Develop internal systems that accommodate new delivery
  • methods
vdot s project delivery options
VDOT’s Project Delivery Options
  • Design-Bid-Build
    • Remains primary delivery method
    • Suitable for many types of projects
  • Alternative delivery methods:
    • Public Private Transportation Act (PPTA)
    • Design-Build
major accomplishments
Major Accomplishments
  • Delivering the Program
  • On Time/On Budget
  • On target for bridge/pavement goals
  • Adv/Awarded ~ $1.8 B in contracts (Jan – Dec 2011)
  • 508 contracts actively underway
focus on program delivery
Focus on Program Delivery
  • Quarterly Performance Reviews
  • Monthly Construction Advertisement Meetings
  • Design Build Programmatic Approach
focus on business practices
Focus on Business Practices
  • Procurement Processes
    • VDOT is the single largest agency in terms of procurement transactions
    • VCU Study (September 2011):
    • New financial system – Cardinal (December 2011)
  • Contracting mechanisms
    • Evaluating use of additional “on-call” contracts
    • Partnering with Industry members
  • Claims
    • Outreach to Industry
    • Focus on communication
highway priorities for fy 2013 2018 syip update
Highway Priorities for FY 2013-2018 SYIP Update
  • Fund deficits on underway project phases
  • Maximize use of federal funds to meet federal strategy
  • Fund underway project phases as well as project phases that start in the current federal fiscal year FFY 2013
  • Fund deficient bridges and paving projects
  • Increase funding for preliminary engineering
  • Support development of PPTAs
  • Support the Governor’s Initiative to move the Commonwealth’s fleet to alternative domestic fuels
  • Allocate funds consistent with how they will be obligated and expended
  • Redirect inactive balances on projects
slide15
Commonwealth Transportation FundPreliminary FY 2013 – 2018 Six-Year Financial Plan Estimated Revenues by Source
  • Federal revenues are the largest single revenue source, followed by Motor Vehicle Fuels Tax
slide16
Commonwealth Transportation FundPreliminary FY 2013 – 2018 Six-Year Financial PlanEstimated Allocations (in millions)
  • The chart below illustrates the estimated allocations by major category.
  • The allocations reflect the formula distribution of the TTF revenues.
upcoming design build projects
UPCOMING DESIGN-BUILD PROJECTS

FFY 2012 (Advertised)

Route 29 Charlottesville Bypass – Culpeper District, UPC 102419, ( RFP advertised September 27, 2011)

Interstate 66 Gainesville to Haymarket widening – NoVA District, UPC 93577 (RFQ advertised December 20, 2011)

I-395 HOV Ramp at Seminary Road with I-395 NB Auxiliary Lane Extension – NoVA District, UPC 96261, (RFQ advertised March 7, 2012)

upcoming design build projects1
UPCOMING DESIGN-BUILD PROJECTS

FFY 2012

Sycolin Road Overpass of Route 7 Bypass in Leesburg - NOVA District, UPC 99256 (RFP release anticipated Summer 2012)

Route 29 Bridge Replacement over Little Rocky Run - NOVA District, UPC 77322 (RFP release anticipated Summer 2012)

Route 7 West Bound Climbing Lane - NOVA District, UPC 58599 (RFQ release anticipated Winter 2012/2013)

Route 5 Virginia Capital Trail (New Market Heights Phase) - Richmond District, UPC 86279/93199 (RFP release anticipated Spring 2012)

Route 5 Virginia Capital Trail (Varina Phase) - Richmond District, UPC 86280 (RFP release anticipated Fall 2012)

upcoming design build projects2
UPCOMING DESIGN-BUILD PROJECTS

FFY 2013

I-66/Route 15 Interchange Reconstruction – NOVA District, UPC 100566 (RFQ release anticipated Fall 2012)

I-64 from Route 288 to Route 623 Widening - Richmond District, UPC 70542 (RFQ release anticipated Fall 2012)

Fall Hill Avenue- Widen Bridge and Roadway - Fredericksburg District, UPC 88699 (RFQ release anticipated Winter 2012/2013)

Route 35 Bridge Replacement over Nottoway River – Hampton Roads District, UPC 81457 (RFQ release anticipated Fall 2012)

Route 3 Widening - Culpeper District, UPC 14657 (RFQ release anticipated Winter 2012/2013)

Ramps from I-66 to Vienna Metro Station – NOVA District, UPC 81009 (RFQ release anticipated Winter 2012/2013)

consultant program1
CONSULTANT PROGRAM

Contract Awards CY 2012

12 Contracts valued at $69M (includes Rte. 460 contract with HDR)

Available Term Contracts Capacity

Approximately valued at $684M+

Upcoming Consultant Contracts

Renewable Term contracts – approximately valued at $12M per term among 3 CEI Contracts

Project Specific contracts – construction valued at $45M

Detail information regarding contracts are available on VDOT website: http://www.virginiadot.org/business/gpmps.asp

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ACEC Joint Conference on Regional and National Economy Trends & OpportunitiesJune 14, 2012

William C. Cuttler, P.E. Assistant District Administrator - Preliminary Engineering Northern Virginia District VDOT