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  1. 1. State of Ohio Department of Transportation ~ Construction Program Summary Planning Period 4/1/2007 – 3/31/2008 1
  2. 2. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 Introduction The Construction Management Plan is an administrative methodology for guiding the District Construction Engineers through the process of determining personnel and other resource needs for managing the District’s construction program. The Construction Management Plan is intended to supplement the District’s current project management strategy by providing a standardized framework for evaluating the resources necessary to administer the Construction Program, especially the J&P Projects, within cost, scope and budget. Under this planning process, the Districts not only consider personnel requirements, but must consider the need for document management, facilities and equipment planning, crisis management, and communication with the public. The planning horizon for this Annual Construction Management Plan is April 1, 2006 through March 31, 2007. Additional external personnel requirements are identified below and will be acquired through the August 2006 Consultant Programmatic Selection Process. Statewide, there will be 823 projects under construction with an estimated value of work to be performed during this planning period of $1,668,318,203. Of these projects, there will be 43 J&P projects with an estimated value of work to be performed of $589,976,656. Ohio Department of Transportation District Annual Work Plan, Construction Program and Staffing Summary 4/1/2007 to 3/31/2008 Statewide All Other Projects Jobs and Progress $0 to $500K $500K to $2M $2M to $10M >$10M Total Additional Additional Projects District Resources Resources Difference External Available Hours Available Available Estimated Payments: $589,976,656 $85,870,444 $272,016,884 $423,642,507 $296,811,712 $1,668,318,203 Within District Within ODOT Number of Projects: 43 310 284 150 36 823 Functional Classification Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Estimated Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Estimated Hours Project Management Team 46,543 14,037 35,955 39,416 15,997 151,948 197,286 45,338 0 2,000 700 Project Support Team 26,293 4,453 11,418 18,185 4,847 65,196 79,359 14,163 400 0 2,800 Materials Management Team 24,071 9,708 20,745 23,799 9,890 101,214 123,732 22,518 5,100 800 2,300 Field Inspection Team 314,273 108,515 276,364 339,467 159,979 1,198,598 862,163 (336,435) 310,546 1,658 96,589 Grand Total 411,180 136,713 344,483 420,867 190,712 1,516,956 1262539.4 -254416.1335 316046 4458 102389 Project Management Team 10% >$10M Project Support 18% Team Jobs and 4% Progress Materials Projects Management Team 36% 7% $2M to $10M 25% $0 to $500K All Other Field Inspection $500K to $2M Projects Team 5% 79% 16% The following pages summarize each District’s 2007-2008 construction work plan. 2
  3. 3. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 District 1 Annual Construction Program Requirements The District has 22 projects under construction with an estimated value of work to be performed during this planning period of $168,400,000. Of these projects, District 1 has five (5) J&P projects with an estimated value of work to be performed of $155,000,000. District 1 has estimated that 93,600 total personnel hours are required to administer the entire district program as follows: • Project Management: 20,000 Hours • Project Support: 8,000 Hours • Materials Management: 6,800 Hours • Field Staff: 58,800 Hours The District has also identified the following project specific requirements based on an in-depth assessment of the contract documents and the unique, complex nature of the work required: Project Management Features Construction Project List Document Management Plan Document management on the major-new projects will be handled in accordance with ODOT policies. No electronic management system will be utilized. Facilities and Equipment Plan District 1 has taken steps prior to the start of the last 3 major- new projects to assure that we have adequate equipment and facilities. Crisis Management Plan Crisis management on the 5 J&P projects can be handled through the District’s normal procedures. Public Information Plan We will utilize the District’s normal practices Public Outreach Plan We will follow our normal outreach procedures. Table of Organization N/A District 1 Project Staffing and Management Strategy The District will assign personnel to meet the staffing needs identified in the Annual Construction Work Plan during this planning period as follows: • The District Construction Office provide Project Management with personnel currently available i.e. DCE and Area Engineers. • The District Office can provide Project Support with the personnel currently available within the construction department. • The District will re-assign HT-2’s and 3’s from the various county maintenance garages to make up for the lack of existing hours required to staff the proposed projects. • The District will assign an Engineer from production to assist in the management of a Major New project 3
  4. 4. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 • The District will, if needed, contact an adjacent district for engineering and inspection help on Major New projects. District 1 Summary In conclusion, it appears the District will require no help from private firms but will seek aid, if needed, from adjacent districts. We will also rely heavily on the HT workforce in the counties and also obtain help from Production. Ohio Department of Transportation District Annual Work Plan, Construction Program and Staffing Summary 4/1/2007 to 3/31/2008 District: 1 All Other Projects Jobs and Progress $0 to $500K $500K to $2M $2M to $10M >$10M Total Additional Additional Projects District Resources Resources Difference External Available Hours Available Available Estimated Payments: $155,000,000 $2,700,000 $2,500,000 $8,200,000 $168,400,000 Within District Within ODOT Number of Projects: 5 10 4 3 0 22 Functional Classification Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Estimated Hours Project Management Team 14,000 1,000 2,000 3,000 20,000 18000 (2,000) 2000 0 Project Support Team 5,800 500 1,000 700 8,000 8000 0 0 Materials Management Team 5,000 600 600 600 6,800 10000 3,200 0 Field Inspection Team 47,000 3,500 1,600 6,700 58,800 36000 (22,800) 22800 0 Grand Total 71,800 5,600 5,200 11,000 0 93,600 72000 -21600 22800 2000 0 4
  5. 5. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 District 2 Annual Construction Program Requirements The District has 46 projects under construction with an estimated value of work to be performed during this planning period of $72,300,000. Of these projects, District 2 has four (4) J&P projects with an estimated value of work to be performed of $25,400,000. District 2 has estimated that 109,551 total personnel hours are required to administer the entire district program as follows: • Project Management: 5,943 Hours • Project Support: 7,786 Hours • Materials Management: 8,469 Hours • Field Staff: 86,114 Hours The District has also identified the following project specific requirements based on an in-depth assessment of the contract documents and the unique, complex nature of the work required: Project Management Features Construction Project List Document Management Plan Existing plan for VGCS/ others: NA Facilities and Equipment Plan Existing plan for VGCS/ others: NA Crisis Management Plan Existing plan for VGCS/ others: NA Public Information Plan All J&P Projects and selected high profile projects Public Outreach Plan Existing plan for VGCS/ others: NA Table of Organization Existing plan for VGCS/ others: NA District 2 Project Staffing and Management Strategy The District will assign personnel to meet the staffing needs identified in the Annual Construction Work Plan during this planning period as follows: • The District Construction Office will provide Project Management with personnel currently available i.e. DCE and Area Engineers. Approximately 700 hours will be supplied by the PMC on the VGCS. The remaining 800 hour deficit will be addressed through the District Project Support Team. • The District Office can provide Project Support with the personnel currently available within the construction department. However, due to the complexity of the VGCS the consultants presently providing this support will continue through completion. This totals approximately 2200 hours. • The necessary Materials Management hours will be performed by the District personnel currently available. An estimated 540 hours will be provided by Dean Alatsis, CO Maintenance, on the VGCS. • The District Construction Staff will supplement the inspection staff through the use of 40,873 hours of HT support along with additional available hours from the Materials Management Team. 5
  6. 6. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 The District will effectuate the required contracts, purchase orders, and administrative processes necessary to acquire and develop the Project Management Features as follows: • Document Management Plan: The VGCS is continuing with the current Plan. The remaining projects will be integrated into the daily business processes. • Facilities and Equipment Plan: The VGCS is continuing with the current Plan. The remaining projects will be integrated into the daily business processes. • Crisis Management Plan: The VGCS is continuing with the current Plan. The remaining projects will be integrated into the daily business processes. • Public Information Plan: The VGCS is continuing with the current Plan. The remaining projects will be integrated into the daily business processes. District 2 Summary In conclusion, the District will be able to effectively manage the 2007 construction program with District staff. The sole exception remains the VGCS. The VGCS will use approximately 2900 hours of consultant support. Ohio Department of Transportation District Annual Work Plan, Construction Program and Staffing Summary 4/1/2007 to 3/31/2008 District: 2 All Other Projects Jobs and Progress $0 to $500K $500K to $2M $2M to $10M >$10M Total Additional Additional Projects District Resources Resources Difference External Available Hours Available Available Estimated Payments: $25,390,437.81 $4,415,673 $10,074,461.00 $22,350,693 $9,993,537 $72,224,802 Within District Within ODOT Number of Projects: 4 21 10 7 4 46 Functional Classification Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Hours Hours Estimated Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Estimated Hours Project Management Team 4,081 431 668 1,423 580 7,183 5,943 -1,240 700 Project Support Team 5460 323 501 1,067 435 7,786 8,986 1,200 400 2,200 Materials Management Team 3,041 754 1,170 2,490 1,014 8,469 16,245 7,776 800 0 Field Inspection Team 19,431 9,259 14,372 30,590 12,462 86,114 45,241 -40,873 87,540 0 Grand Total 32,013 10,766 16,712 35,570 14,490 109,551 76414.6 -33136.297 87940 800 2900 6
  7. 7. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 District 3 Annual Construction Program Requirements The District will have 61 projects under construction for an estimated value of $100,272,219 for 2007 billings during this planning period. The majority of these 61 projects are 30 Bridge Replacement or Asphalt Resurfacing projects with an estimated value of $86,737,400 for 2007 billings. Of these 30 projects 4 of them are Major News Construction for an estimated value of $34,284,280 for 2007 billings. The remaining 31 of the 61 projects are District wide Preventive maintenance projects with the estimated value of $13,737,400 for 2007 billings. Under this planning process, the District has consider all personnel requirements, plus we’ve reviewed our standard operating procedures for document management, facilities and equipment planning, crisis management, and communication with the public normally used on all our projects. The planning horizon for this Annual Construction Management Plan is April 1, 2007 through March 31, 2008. The District does believe some additional geotechnical support will be necessary for the IR-71 Major New Construction project, 343(05). These additional personnel requirements will be acquired through the 2007 Consultant Programmatic Selection Process District 3 has estimated that 151,896 hours are available, but only 115,376 hours will be required to administer the program and achieve the required CE % cost with the following project management strategy: Project Management Team (ACE’s, DCE, & Office) 8 employees x 52 weeks x 40 hours x .85 Vac factor = 7,072 Hours (TE’s) 17 employees x 52 weeks x 50 hours x .85 Vac factor = 37,570 Hours Sub total 44,642 Hours Project Support Team (Clerks, TT, & EEO) 8 employees x 52 weeks x 40 hours x .85 Vac factor = 7,072 Hours (Clerks, EEO) 2 employees x 39 weeks x 40 hours x .85 Vac factor = 5,304 Hours Sub total 12,376 Hours Materials Management Team (MC’c, DTE’s) 9 employees x 52 weeks x 40 hours x .85 Vac factor = Sub total 15,912 Hours Field Inspection Team (TM’s) 5 employees x 42 weeks x 40hours x .85 Vac factor = 7,140 Hours (HT 4’s/PI-2’s) 8 employees x 39 weeks x 50 hours x .85 Vac factor = 13,260 Hours Sub total 20,400 Hours HT Field Inspection Available from Highway Management (TWA'ed HT-4’s) 9 employees x 39 weeks x 50 hours x .85 Vac factor = 14,918 Hours (HT 3’s) 41 employees x 20 weeks x 50 hours x .85 Vac factor = 34,850 Hours (HT 2’s) 21 employees x 8 weeks x 50 hours x .85 Vac factor = 7,140 Hours Sub total 56,908 Hours Additional Resources from Production 2 employees x 39 weeks x 25 hours x .85 Vac factor = Sub total 1,658 Hours District 3 Project Management Features The District does not have any project specific requirements. Standard construction project management operation features will be used on all projects. Project Management Features Construction Project List Document Management Plan NA Facilities and Equipment Plan NA Crisis Management Plan NA Public Information Plan NA 7
  8. 8. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 Public Outreach Plan NA Table of Organization NA District 3 Project Staffing and Management Strategy The District will assign personnel to meet the staffing needs identified in the Annual Construction Work Plan. The District Construction Program can be managed by personnel currently available within the District’s construction department, TE’s plus HT-2’s and above, with the following strategy: • Assign 17 Transportation Engineers in Construction to project management • Assign 2 Transportation Engineers from Production to Construction to project management. • Assignment of Highway Technician to construction projects. 4 HT-4’s and 4 PI-2’s will be assigned to active construction projects with work types that are identified with-in their PD's and no TWA upgrade is necessary. 9 employees will be TWA'ed to HT-4’s for the operational needs of nuclear testing and bridge painting inspection. 41 HT-3’s will be assigned to active construction projects with work types that are identified with-in their PD's and no TWA upgrade is necessary. 19 HT-2's will be working in construction on district wide projects, (Pavement Marking, RPM's, etc) with work types in their PD's and no TWA upgrade. District 3 Summary In conclusion, the District believes some additional geotechnical support will be necessary for the IR-71 Major New Construction project, 343(05). These additional personnel requirements will need to be acquired through the 2007 Consultant Programmatic Selection Process. However, no other additional external personnel requirements are anticipated throughout the 2007 construction season. It appears that the District has sufficient in-house resources to manage the remaining 2007-2008 construction programs without any other outsourcing. Ohio Department of Transportation District Annual Work Plan, Construction Program and Staffing Summary 4/1/2007 to 3/31/2008 District: 3 All Other Projects Jobs and Progress $0 to $500K $500K to $2M $2M to $10M >$10M Total Additional Additional Projects District Resources Resources Difference External Available Hours Available Available Estimated Payments: $34,284,280 $12,154,118 $23,263,940 $30,569,881 $0 $100,272,219 Within District Within ODOT Number of Projects: 4 27 20 10 0 61 Functional Classification Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Estimated Hours Project Management Team 2,849 1,500 2,000 2,000 0 8,349 44,642 36,293 0 Project Support Team 750 400 750 750 0 2,650 12,376 9,726 0 Materials Management Team 800 400 800 800 0 2,800 15,912 13,112 0 Field Inspection Team 25,550 8,375 33,309 26,041 0 93,275 77,308 (15,967) 1,658.00 0 Grand Total 29,949 10,675 36,859 29,591 0 107,074 150238 43164 0 1658 0 8
  9. 9. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 District 4 Annual Construction Program Requirements The District will have 126 projects under construction with an estimated value of work to be performed during this planning period of $209,783,176.00. Of these projects, District 4 has six (6) J&P projects with an estimated value of work to be performed of $75,040,000.00. District 4 has estimated that 208,813 total personnel hours are required to administer the entire district program as follows: • Project Management: 2,250 Hours • Project Support: 4,900 Hours • Materials Management: 13,000 Hours • Field Staff: 186,663 Hours The District has also identified the following projects specific requirements based on an in-depth assessment of the contract documents and the unique, complex nature of the work required: Project Management Features Construction Project List Document Management Plan N/A Facilities and Equipment Plan N/A Crisis Management Plan N/A Public Information Plan All J&P Projects and selected high profile projects Public Outreach Plan N/A Table of Organization N/A District 4 Project Staffing and Management Strategy The District will assign personnel to meet the staffing needs identified in the Annual Construction Work Plan during this planning period as follows: • The District Construction Office will provide Project Management with personnel currently available i.e. DCE and Area Engineers. • The District Office can provide Project Support with the personnel currently available within the construction department. • The District will need to supplement its existing Materials Management as follows: • Reassignment of 5,100 hours of TM’s and HT-4’s from the Construction Department. • Acquire the use of 2 consultant inspectors for approximately 2,300 hours with a consultant agreement from the August 2005 and the anticipated December 2006 programmatics. • The District will need to supplement its existing Field Staff with an additional 70,759 hours outside of the construction department with the following strategies: Reassignment of 31 HT’s for 32,550 hours from M&R to construction projects. Acquire 34 consultant inspectors from 5 consultant inspection agreements from the August 2005 and the anticipated December 2006 programmatics for total of 38,209 hours. 9
  10. 10. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 The District will effectuate the required contracts, purchase orders, and administrative processes necessary to acquire and develop the Project Management Features as follows: • Document Management Plan: This is being integrated into the daily business processes. • Facilities and Equipment Plan: This is being integrated into the daily business processes. • Crisis Management Plan: This is being integrated into the daily business processes. • Public Information Plan: The PIO office has developed a plan to service all 6 of the J&P projects along with 4 other non J&P projects that either fall into a category of large projects or high profile projects due to public concern or traffic impacts. This is addition to the normal information transfer that takes place on all District projects. District 4 Summary In conclusion, the District will reassign a TM and HT-4’s from Construction to the Test Lab and HT’s from M&R and Highway management to supplement the Test Lab and field staff. The District will also require the use of approximately 36 consultant inspectors from 5 firms. This will be accomplished using consultant inspection agreements in place through programmatics from August of 2005 and anticipated for December 2006. The Project Management and Project Support Staff will asssist the personnel currently assigned to The Construction Department Ohio Department of Transportation District Annual Work Plan, Construction Program and Staffing Summary 4/1/2007 to 3/31/2008 District: 4 All Other Projects Jobs and Progress $0 to $500K $500K to $2M $2M to $10M >$10M Total Additional Additional Projects District Resources Resources Difference External Available Hours Available Available Estimated Payments: $75,040,000 $6,579,000 $32,499,000 $74,665,176 $21,000,000 $209,783,176 Within District Within ODOT Number of Projects: 6 31 42 37 10 126 Functional Classification Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Estimated Hours Project Management Team 1,550 50 150 200 300 2,250 2250 0 0 0 Project Support Team 2,300 200 600 800 1,000 4,900 4900 0 0 Materials Management Team 0 0 0 0 0 13,000 5600 (7,400) 5100 2,300 Field Inspection Team 50,611 8,229 41,123 76,756 11,944 188,663 117904 (70,759) 32550 38,209 Grand Total 54,461 8,479 41,873 77,756 13,244 208,813 130654 -78159 37650 0 40509 10
  11. 11. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 District 5 Annual Construction Program Requirements The District has 36 projects under construction with an estimated value of work to be performed during this planning period of $90,450,900.00. Of these projects, District 5 has two (2) J&P projects with an estimated value of work to be performed of $55,000,000.00. District 5 has estimated that 82,236 total personnel hours are required to administer the entire district program as follows: • Project Management: 18,432 Hours • Project Support : 1,418 Hours • Materials Management : 8,507 Hours • Field Staff: 53,879 Hours The District has also identified the following project specific requirements based on an in-depth assessment of the contract documents and the unique, complex nature of the work required: Project Management Features Construction Project List Document Management Plan None Required Facilities and Equipment Plan “ “ Crisis Management Plan “ “ Public Information Plan “ “ Public Outreach Plan “ “ Table of Organization “ “ District 5 Project Staffing and Management Strategy The District will assign personnel to meet the staffing needs identified in the Annual Construction Work Plan during this planning period as follows: • The District construction program can be managed by personnel currently available within the District’s construction department with the reassignment of ten (10) Highway Technician 2’s to construction projects. Approximately 10 additional HT-2’s will be utilized to meet requirements of the MOU. The District will effectuate the required contracts, purchase orders, and administrative processes necessary to acquire and develop the Project Management Features as follows: • Document Management Plan: This is being integrated into the daily business processes. • Facilities and Equipment Plan: This is being integrated into the daily business processes. • Field Office • Telecommunications • Testing Equipment 11
  12. 12. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 • Crisis Management Plan: This is being integrated into the daily business processes. • Public Information Plan: This is being integrated into the daily business processes. District 5 Summary In conclusion, it appears that the District has sufficient in-house resources to manage the 2007 construction program. We will have two J&P projects under construction this year. These are Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the LIC-161 new alignment from New Albany to Granville. These are a straight forward four-lane divided highway on new alignment at an estimated cost of $110 million over two construction seasons. There are no complicated design issues, ample time to complete and minimal MOT issues. Ohio Department of Transportation District Annual Work Plan, Construction Program and Staffing Summary 4/1/2007 to 3/31/2008 District: 5 All Other Projects Jobs and Progress $0 to $500K $500K to $2M $2M to $10M >$10M Total Additional Additional Projects District Resources Resources Difference External Available Hours Available Available Estimated Payments: $55,000,000 $3,159,076 $23,091,831 $9,200,000 $0 $90,450,907 Within District Within ODOT Number of Projects: 2 11 20 3 0 36 Functional Classification Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Estimated Hours Project Management Team 9,029 1,254 6,584 1,564 0 18,432 20,821 2,389 Project Support Team 695 96 506 120 0 1,418 1,602 184 Materials Management Team 4,167 579 3,039 722 0 8,507 9,610 1,102 Field Inspection Team 26,393 3,667 19,247 4,572 0 53,879 60,861 6,982 Grand Total 40,284 5,597 29,377 6,978 0 82,236 92892.8 10657.16353 0 0 0 12
  13. 13. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 District 6 Annual Construction Program Requirements The District has 68 projects under construction with an estimated value of work to be performed during this planning period of $174,301,475. Of these projects, District 6 has four (4) J&P projects with an estimated value of work to be performed of $53,055,849. District 6 has estimated that 193,532 total personnel hours are required to administer the entire district program as follows: • Project Management: 6,400 Hours • Project Support: 1,400 Hours • Materials Management: 14,500 Hours • Field Staff: 171,232 Hours The District has also identified the following project specific requirements based on an in-depth assessment of the contract documents and the unique, complex nature of the work required: Project Management Features Construction Project List Document Management Plan 163-04, 264-06 Facilities and Equipment Plan 163-04 Crisis Management Plan 163-04, 294-04, 114-06 Public Information Plan Utilize standard processes. Public Outreach Plan Utilize standard processes. Table of Organization N/A District 6 Project Staffing and Management Strategy The District will assign personnel to meet the staffing needs identified in the Annual Construction Work Plan during this planning period as follows: • The District Construction Office will provide Project Management via personnel currently available (i.e. Area Engineers). • The District Office can provide Project Support with the personnel currently available within the construction department and one part time clerical consultant. • The District Testing Office will provide Materials Management with personnel currently available. • The District will manage its Field Staff with personnel currently available within the District’s Construction Department with support from the following resources:  Reassignment of 30 Highway Technicians (48,000 hours) from Maintenance to Construction.  Acquire 11 consultant inspectors and technical support staff through the two consultant inspection agreements 13
  14. 14. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 The District will effectuate the required contracts, purchase orders, and administrative processes necessary to acquire and develop the Project Management Features as follows: • Document Management Plan: The District will utilize current standard project administration practices with the following exceptions: Domino Docs document management system was previously purchased for project 163-04. Expedition document management system is being utilized on project 264-06. • Facilities and Equipment Plan: The District will utilize current standard project administration practices with the following exception: The District previously purchased a field office and associated equipment for project 163-04. • Crisis Management Plan: The District will utilize current standard practices with the exception of project specific plans created for projects 163-04, 294-04, and 114-06. • Public Information Plan: This has been integrated into the daily business processes by utilizing existing communication practices. District 6 Summary In conclusion, the District will manage the aforementioned construction program by utilizing a combination of in-house resources (including permanent construction staff and reassigned Highway Technicians from Maintenance) and acquiring consultant inspection / technical support through the consultant inspection contracts. Ohio Department of Transportation District Annual Work Plan, Construction Program and Staffing Summary 4/1/2007 to 3/31/2008 District: 6 All Other Projects Jobs and Progress Projects $0 to $500K $500K to $2M $2M to $10M >$10M Total Additional Additional District Resources Resources Difference External Available Hours Available Available Estimated Payments: $53,055,849 $3,630,462 $25,310,584 $57,004,580 $35,300,000 $174,301,475 Within District Within ODOT Number of Projects: 4 14 26 19 5 68 Functional Classification Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Estimated Hours Project Management Team 1,424 170 1,130 2,380 1,296 6,400 6,400 0 0 0 0 Project Support Team 1,400 0 0 0 0 1,400 800 (600) 0 0 600 Materials Management Team 2,800 700 3,000 5,000 3,000 14,500 14500 0 0 0 0 Field Inspection Team 42,382 5,806 36,800 58,016 28,228 171,232 80,000 (91,232) 48,000 0 16,000 Grand Total 48,006 6,676 40,930 65,396 32,524 193,532 101700 -91832 48000 0 16600 14
  15. 15. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 District 7 Annual Construction Program Requirements The District has 85 projects under construction with an estimated value of work to be performed during this planning period of $107,773,465. Of these projects, District 7 has three (3) J&P projects with an estimated value of work to be performed of $39,000,000. District 7 has estimated that 90,536 total personnel hours are required to administer the entire district program as follows: • Project Management: 21,951 Hours • Project Support: 729 Hours • Materials Management: 9,984 Hours • Field Staff: 57,872 Hours The District has also identified the following project specific requirements based on an in-depth assessment of the contract documents and the unique, complex nature of the work required: Project Management Features Construction Project List Document Management Plan N/A Facilities and Equipment Plan N/A Crisis Management Plan N/A Public Information Plan All J&P Projects and selected high profile projects Public Outreach Plan N/A Table of Organization N/A District 7 Project Staffing and Management Strategy The District will assign personnel to meet the staffing needs identified in the Annual Construction Work Plan during this planning period as follows: • The District Construction Office provide Project Management with personnel currently available i.e. DCE and Area Engineers. • The District Office can provide Project Support with the personnel currently available within the construction department. • The District will need to supplement its existing Materials Management through the use of two 1000 hour transfers. • The District will need to supplement its existing Field Staff with an additional 4000 hours outside of the construction department with reassignment of 1000 hour Temporary Workers from M&R to construction projects. • The District will acquire two consultant inspectors for use on bridge painting. This will account for a total of an additional 2240 hours (1120 each). 15
  16. 16. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 The District will effectuate the required contracts, purchase orders, and administrative processes necessary to acquire and develop the Project Management Features as follows: • Document Management Plan: This is being integrated into the daily business processes. • Facilities and Equipment Plan: This is being integrated into the daily business processes. • Crisis Management Plan: This is being integrated into the daily business processes. • Public Information Plan: The PIO office has developed a plan to service all 3 of the J&P projects along with 1 other non J&P project that either fall into a category of large projects or high profile projects due to public concern or traffic impacts. This is addition to the normal information transfer that takes place on all District projects. District 7 Summary In conclusion, it appears the District will adequately staff and monitor the construction projects for 2007 with in house employees. Ohio Department of Transportation District Annual Work Plan, Construction Program and Staffing Summary 4/1/2007 to 3/31/2008 District: 7 All Other Projects Jobs and Progress Projects $0 to $500K $500K to $2M $2M to $10M >$10M Total Additional Additional District Resources Resources Difference External Available Hours Available Available Estimated Payments: $39,000,000 $8,889,700 $18,653,093 $12,089,352 $29,141,319 $107,773,465 Within District Within ODOT Number of Projects: 3 40 32 7 2 84 Functional Classification Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Estimated Hours Project Management Team 513 2,876 4,143 4,016 10,403 21,951 26,560 4,609 0 0 Project Support Team 729 0 0 0 0 729 2,080 1,351 0 0 Materials Management Team 2,413 3,411 2,163 1,498 499 9,984 9,984 0 0 Field Inspection Team 9,631 9,569 19,368 8,111 11,193 57,872 39,840 (18,032) 29,880 0 Grand Total 13,286 15,856 25,674 13,625 22,095 90,536 78464 -12072 29880 0 0 16
  17. 17. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 District 8 Annual Construction Program Requirements The District has 82 projects under construction with an estimated value of work to be performed during this planning period of $133,307,000. Of these projects, District 8 has four (4) J&P projects with an estimated value of work to be performed of $48,620,000. District 8 has estimated that 152,100 total personnel hours are required to administer the entire district program as follows: • Project Management: 41,200 Hours • Project Support: 29,100 Hours • Materials Management: 7,400 Hours • Field Staff: 85,800 Hours The District has also identified the following project specific requirements based on an in-depth assessment of the contract documents and the unique, complex nature of the work required: Project Management Features Construction Project List Document Management Plan N/A Facilities and Equipment Plan N/A Crisis Management Plan N/A Public Information Plan N/A Public Outreach Plan N/A Table of Organization N/A District 8 Project Staffing and Management Strategy The District will assign personnel to meet the staffing needs identified in the Annual Construction Work Plan during this planning period as follows: • The District Construction Office provide Project Management with personnel currently available i.e. DCE and Area Engineers. • The District Office can provide Project Support with the personnel currently available within the construction department. • The District will supplement its existing Materials Management using District Test Lab staff with selected assistance from contractor personnel through specific plan notes. • The District will supplement its existing Field Staff using consultant inspection and temporary help including 1000 hour employees, co-op students and summer help employees. • Acquire the use of 2,400 consultant inspection hours with a consultant inspection agreement from the 2006 - 2007 programmatic. 17
  18. 18. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 • Acquire the use of 10,000 consultant inspection hours with a consultant inspection agreement from the 2007 - 2008 programmatic. The District will effectuate the required contracts, purchase orders, and administrative processes necessary to acquire and develop the Project Management Features as follows: • Document Management Plan: This is being integrated into the daily business processes. • Facilities and Equipment Plan: This is being integrated into the daily business processes. • Crisis Management Plan: This is being integrated into the daily business processes. • Public Information Plan: This is being integrated into the daily business processes. District 8 Summary In conclusion, it appears the District will have approximately 12,400 hours of consultant inspection available using consultant inspection agreements in place through programmatics from April of 2007 and March of 2008. These available consultant inspection hours will be used on an as- needed basis to supplement the quarterly shortage of field inspection. Ohio Department of Transportation District Annual Work Plan, Construction Program and Staffing Summary 4/1/2007 to 3/31/2008 District: 8 All Other Projects Jobs and Progress $0 to $500K $500K to $2M $2M to $10M >$10M Total Additional Additional Projects District Resources Resources Difference External Available Hours Available Available Estimated Payments: $48,620,000 $6,554,570 $27,266,667 $50,155,414 $710,000 $133,306,651 Within District Within ODOT Number of Projects: 4 23 28 24 3 82 Functional Classification Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Estimated Hours Project Management Team 9,627 3,761 11,957 15,238 607 41,190 41190 0 Project Support Team 7,452 2,151 6,478 12,557 490 29,128 29128 0 Materials Management Team 1,560 1,126 1,863 2,721 173 7,443 7443 0 Field Inspection Team 35,006 6,516 15,554 27,858 867 85,801 85784 (17) 12,400 Grand Total 53,645 13,554 35,852 58,374 2,137 163,562 163545 -17 0 0 12400 18
  19. 19. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 District 9 Annual Construction Program Requirements The District has 70 projects estimated to be sold during this annual planning period with an estimated value of work to be $80,024,439. Of these estimated projects, 52 projects are estimated to be performing work during this planning period for an estimated value of work of $63,740,884. Of these projects, District 9 has two (2) J&P projects with an estimated value of work to be performed of $12,001,181. One (1) J & P project is a carry-over project that was opened to traffic is December 2006. The only major work remaining in 2007 is the surface course of asphalt and permanent dress-up/seeding. The other J & P project (See Staffing Template), is not anticipated to sell till September 2007, pending final approval of funding sources. District 9 has estimated that 44,668 total personnel hours are required to administer the entire district program as follows: • Project Management: 1,284 Hours • Project Support: 0 Hours • Materials Management: 0 Hours • Field Staff: 43,384 Hours The District has also identified the following project specific requirements based on an in-depth assessment of the contract documents and the unique, complex nature of the work required: Project Management Features Construction Project List Document Management Plan N/A Facilities and Equipment Plan N/A Crisis Management Plan N/A Public Information Plan Normal Public Notifications and Involvement Public Outreach Plan N/A Table of Organization N/A District 9 Project Staffing and Management Strategy The District will assign personnel to meet the staffing needs identified in the Annual Construction Work Plan during this planning period as follows: • The District Construction Office will provide Project Management with personnel currently available, i.e. DCE and three (3) Area Engineers. • No Project Support directly assigned to the identified projects is required. Project Support (EEO, PW, IT, etc.) will be available through the District on an as needed basis. • No additional Materials Management support is identified. This includes support directly assigned to the identified projects nor additional personnel considerations in the District Test Lab. Support will be made available on an as needed basis by our District 9 Test Lab. 19
  20. 20. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 • The District Field Inspection Team will be obtained through existing personnel within this District. The estimated hours (8323) for the Project Engineers and Managers (PGAC 5191) will be available through the District using the present six (6) Project Engineers in the District Construction Department and the seven (7) Transportation Manager 3s available in the Counties. The estimated hours (35,061) of field inspection (PGAC 5192) will be available by utilization of the District’s present numbers of Project Inspectors, HT-4s, HT-3s, and possible HT-2s. With the work load identified with this Annual Work Plan, this District has not identified any need for any specific Project Management Features, other than the current practices and processes used by this District. District 9 Summary In conclusion, based on a detailed review of the upcoming work load, District 9 will be able to meet the Contract Administration needs of the District with our present work force. Ohio Department of Transportation District Annual Work Plan, Construction Program and Staffing Summary 4/1/2007 to 3/31/2008 District: 9 All Other Projects Jobs and Progress $0 to $500K $500K to $2M $2M to $10M >$10M Total Additional Additional Projects District Resources Resources Difference External Available Hours Available Available Estimated Payments: $12,001,181 $10,247,886 $23,332,606 $34,442,766 $0 $80,024,439 Within District Within ODOT Number of Projects: 2 35 24 9 0 70 Functional Classification Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Estimated Hours Project Management Team 210 286 291 497 0 1,284 4,800 3,516 0 0 0 Project Support Team 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Materials Management Team 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Field Inspection Team 5,550 10,627 13,057 14,150 0 43,384 58,600 15,216 24,000 0 0 Grand Total 5,760 10,913 13,348 14,647 0 44,668 63400 18732 24000 0 0 20
  21. 21. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 District 10 Annual Construction Program Requirements The District will have 69 projects under construction with an estimated value of work to be performed during this planning period of $192,615,621. Of these projects, District 10 will have two (2) J&P projects with an estimated value of work to be performed of $35,917,921 if Ellis information is correct. District 10 has estimated that 82,611 total personnel hours are required to administer the entire district program as follows: • Project Management: 5400 Hours • Project Support: 5600 Hours • Materials Management: 14470 Hours • Field Staff: 57141 Hours The District has also identified the following project specific requirements based on an in-depth assessment of the contract documents and the unique, complex nature of the work required: Project Management Features Construction Project List Document Management Plan N/A Facilities and Equipment Plan N/A Crisis Management Plan N/A Public Information Plan All J&P Projects and selected high profile projects Public Outreach Plan N/A Table of Organization N/A District 10 Project Staffing and Management Strategy The District will assign personnel to meet the staffing needs identified in the Annual Construction Work Plan during this planning period as follows: • The District Construction Office provide Project Management with personnel currently available i.e. DCE and Area Engineers. • The District Office can provide Project Support with the personnel currently available within the construction department. • The District will need to supplement its existing field inspection with 105 HT2’s that need hours for training District 10 Summary In conclusion, it appears the District will administer projects with no external assistance. 21
  22. 22. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 Ohio Department of Transportation District Annual Work Plan, Construction Program and Staffing Summary 4/1/2007 to 3/31/2008 District: 10 All Other Projects Jobs and Progress $0 to $500K $500K to $2M $2M to $10M >$10M Total Additional Additional Projects District Resources Resources Difference External Available Hours Available Available Estimated Payments: $35,917,921 $9,979,561 $24,069,036 $35,383,632 $87,265,471 $192,615,621 Within District Within ODOT Number of Projects: 2 37 21 6 3 69 Functional Classification Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Estimated Hours Project Management Team 460 828 1,009 1,171 2,011 5,479 5400 (79) 0 Project Support Team 257 462 563 653 1,122 3,057 5600 2,543 0 Materials Management Team 390 702 3,855 3,992 1,704 10,643 14470 3,827 0 Field Inspection Team 7,640 13,599 16,795 19,481 10,421 67,936 57141 (10,795) 40000 2080 Grand Total 8,747 15,591 22,222 25,297 15,258 87,115 82611 -4504 40000 0 2080 22
  23. 23. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 District 11 Annual Construction Program Requirements The District has 65 projects under construction with an estimated value of work to be performed during this planning period of $79,117,168.00. Of these projects, District 11 has two (2) J&P projects with an estimated value of work to be performed of $8,550,000.00. District 11 has estimated that 86,256 total personnel hours are required to administer the entire district program as follows: • Project Management: 17,280 Hours • Project Support: 1,728 Hours • Materials Management: 10,368 Hours • Field Staff: 56,880 Hours The District has also identified the following project specific requirements based on an in-depth assessment of the contract documents and the unique, complex nature of the work required: Project Management Features Construction Project List Document Management Plan N/A Facilities and Equipment Plan N/A Crisis Management Plan N/A Public Information Plan N/A Public Outreach Plan N/A Table of Organization N/A District 11 Project Staffing and Management Strategy The District will assign personnel to meet the staffing needs identified in the Annual Construction Work Plan during this planning period as follows: • The District Construction Office will provide Project Management with personnel currently available i.e. DCE and Area Engineers. • The District Office can provide Project Support with the personnel currently available within the District Office (i.e. EEO/Payroll Officer). • The District will need to supplement its existing Materials Management as follows: • Reassignment of 1,008 hours of HT 3 time from M & R. • The District will need to supplement its existing Field Staff with an additional 25,776 hours from outside of the construction department with the following strategies: • Reassignment of 25,776 hours Temporary Workers from M&R to construction projects. The District will effectuate the required contracts, purchase orders, and administrative processes necessary to acquire and develop the Project Management Features as follows: 23
  24. 24. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 • Document Management Plan: This is being integrated into the daily business processes. • Facilities and Equipment Plan: This is being integrated into the daily business processes. • Crisis Management Plan: This is being integrated into the daily business processes. • Public Information Plan: The PIO office has developed a plan to service all 2 of the J&P projects. This is addition to the normal information transfer that takes place on all District projects. District 11 Summary In conclusion, it appears the District will require no consultant inspectors or additional resources from outside of the District. Ohio Department of Transportation District Annual Work Plan, Construction Program and Staffing Summary 4/1/2007 to 3/31/2008 District: 11 All Other Projects Jobs and Progress $0 to $500K $500K to $2M $2M to $10M >$10M Total Additional Additional Projects District Resources Resources Difference External Available Hours Available Available Estimated Payments: $8,550,000 $8,152,120 $27,192,048 $35,223,000 $0 $79,117,168 Within District Within ODOT Number of Projects: 2 28 26 9 0 65 Functional Classification Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Estimated Hours Project Management Team 2,300 1,731 5,772 7,477 0 17,280 17280 0 0 Project Support Team 250 171 570 738 0 1,728 1728 0 0 Materials Management Team 1,400 1,036 3,456 4,476 0 10,368 10368 0 0 Field Inspection Team 9,072 16,272 18,144 13,392 0 56,880 31104 (25,776) 25776 0 Grand Total 13,022 19,209 27,942 26,083 0 86,256 60480 -25776 25776 0 0 24
  25. 25. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 District 12 Annual Construction Program Requirements The District has 94 projects under construction with an estimated value of work to be performed during this planning period of $260,048,281. Of these projects, District 12 has five (5) J&P projects with an estimated value of work to be performed of $48,117,000. District 12 has estimated that 250,013 total personnel hours are required to administer the entire district program as follows: • Project Management: 2,150 Hours • Project Support: 4,400 Hours • Materials Management: 8,700 Hours • Field Staff: 234,763 Hours The District has also identified the following project specific requirements based on an in-depth assessment of the contract documents and the unique, complex nature of the work required: Project Management Features Construction Project List Document Management Plan N/A Facilities and Equipment Plan N/A Crisis Management Plan N/A Public Information Plan All J&P Projects and selected high profile projects Public Outreach Plan N/A Table of Organization N/A District 12 Project Staffing and Management Strategy The District will assign personnel to meet the staffing needs identified in the Annual Construction Work Plan during this planning period as follows: • The District Construction Office provide Project Management with personnel currently available i.e. DCE and Area Engineers. • The District Office can provide Project Support with the personnel currently available within the construction department. • The District will need to supplement its existing Field Staff with an additional 47,000 hours outside of the construction department with the following strategies: • Reassignment of 40 Temporary Workers from M&R to construction projects. • Acquire 1 consultant Engineer for post tensioning expertise on the Fulton Road Bridge. • Acquire 13 consultant inspectors from 5 consultant inspection agreements from the August 2004 and potentially the August 2005 programmatic from District 4.  The breakdown of the consultants will be as follows: • 4 Bridge Painting Inspectors 25
  26. 26. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 • 1 Compaction Specialist • 8 Construction Inspectors The District will effectuate the required contracts, purchase orders, and administrative processes necessary to acquire and develop the Project Management Features as follows: • Document Management Plan: This is being integrated into the daily business processes. • Facilities and Equipment Plan: This is being integrated into the daily business processes. • Crisis Management Plan: This is being integrated into the daily business processes. • Public Information Plan: The PIO office has developed a plan to service all 5 of the J&P projects along with all other non J&P projects that either fall into any of the categories. District 12 Summary In conclusion, it appears the District will require approximately 13 consultant inspectors and 1 consultant Engineer. This will be accomplished using consultant inspection agreements in place through programmatics from April of 2007 and March of 2008. Ohio Department of Transportation District Annual Work Plan, Construction Program and Staffing Summary 4/1/2007 to 3/31/2008 District: 12 All Other Projects Jobs and Progress $0 to $500K $500K to $2M $2M to $10M >$10M Total Additional Additional Projects District Resources Resources Difference External Available Hours Available Available Estimated Payments: $48,116,987 $9,408,278 $34,763,618 $54,358,013 $113,401,385 $260,048,281 Within District Within ODOT Number of Projects: 5 33 31 16 9 94 Functional Classification Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Estimated Hours Project Management Team 500 150 250 450 800 2,150 4000 1,850 0 Project Support Team 1,200 150 450 800 1,800 4,400 4160 (240) 0 Materials Management Team 2,500 400 800 1,500 3,500 8,700 9600 900 0 Field Inspection Team 36,007 13,097 46,995 53,800 84,864 234,763 172380 (62,383) 27900 Grand Total 40,207 13,797 48,495 56,550 90,964 250,013 190140 -59873 0 0 27900 * ** 26
  27. 27. District Annual Construction Plan Summary Planning Period April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008 The following pages detail Jobs and Progress Projects staffing for the planning period. 27

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