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Presentation by Mark Leja, Division Chief of Construction, Cali

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2014 Caltrans Construction Program Update by Mark Leja 2014 Caltrans Construction Program Update by Mark Leja Presentation Transcript

  • CalAPA Meeting April 2014CalAPA Meeting April 2014 Caltrans Construction updateCaltrans Construction update Presentation Topics Caltrans -who we are Construction Contract Work Past, Present, Future Initiatives Underway Mark Leja Chief, Division of Construction
  • Caltrans-who we areCaltrans-who we are • 12 District offices • 19,000 Employees • $11 Billion annual budget • 15,213 miles of Highways (50,560 lane-miles) • 12,600 Bridges •CONSTRUCTION •Headquarters – 65 Employees -Policy, Procedures, Expertise •District – 2,500 Employees - Project Implementation
  • Historical Construction WorkHistorical Construction Work
  • Historical Construction WorkHistorical Construction Work (Peak $ Last Five Fiscal Years) 2008/9 652 Projects $ 9.6 billion 2009/10 725 Projects $ 9.9 billion 2010/11 814 Projects $11.0 billion 2011/12 743 Projects $11.2 billion 2012/13 686 Projects $12.4 billion Today 593 Projects $11.2 billion
  • Ongoing Construction projectsOngoing Construction projects (by dollar value of project)(by dollar value of project)  593 projects, valued at $11.2 billion • 23 ( 4%) above $100 million • 130 (22%) between $10 and $100 million • 283 (48%) between $1 and $10 million • 157 (26%) less than $1 million
  • Tentative AdvertisingTentative Advertising next 12 monthsnext 12 months 261 projects, valued at $2.4 Billion • 4 ( 2%) above $100 million • 52 (19%) between $10 and $100 million • 164 (63%) between $1 and $10 million • 41 (16%) less than $1 million
  • Upcoming projectsUpcoming projects Website available http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/esc/oe /contract_awards_services.html Map of upcoming and advertised projects
  • Department InitiativesDepartment Initiatives Design Build/CMGC Electronic bidding 2015 Standard Specifications 8
  • Construction InitiativesConstruction Initiatives Work Zone Safety Task Force • Effective use of Law Enforcement • Speed reductions in work zones • More Full closures • Temporary Rubble strips for Flagging 9
  • Construction InitiativesConstruction Initiatives Partnering • Keeping the momentum going • Finish projects on time/within budget • Historic number of bidders • Claims are down • Job Satisfaction is up 10
  • Questions?Questions?
  • Thank YouThank You!! California Department ofCalifornia Department of TransportationTransportation
  • Declining Highway FundingDeclining Highway Funding