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May 16, 2012 Transportation Interim Committee Presentations
 

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These presentations were given by Randy Park at the May 16, 2012 Transportation Interim Committee meeting.

These presentations were given by Randy Park at the May 16, 2012 Transportation Interim Committee meeting.

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    May 16, 2012 Transportation Interim Committee Presentations May 16, 2012 Transportation Interim Committee Presentations Presentation Transcript

    • P ark R andy P ark P rojec t Development Direc tor
    • Strategic Goals Preserve Infrastructure Optimize Mobility Improve Safety Strengthen the Economy
    • Program 200 180 160 140 120 100 May 11 J une J uly 11 Aug 11 S ept Oc t 11 Nov 11 Dec 11 J an 12 F eb 12 Mar 12 Apr 12 11 11Number of projects currently under construction: 199Total authorized amount under construction: $2,686,332,308Number of projects currently in design: 151
    • Contractor Payments by Month$160,000,000$140,000,000$120,000,000$100,000,000 $80,000,000 $60,000,000 40,000,000 $0 May 11 J une J uly Aug 11 S ept Oc t 11 Nov 11 Dec 11 J an 12 F eb 12 Mar 12 Apr 11 11 11 11
    • Economic Impact Number of c ontrac tor and c ons ultant c ompanies (P rimes and S ubs ) 686 P rivate s ec tor employees as s oc iated with c urrent c ons truc tion projec ts 14,699
    • HighlightedProjects
    • Washington Blvd OgdenLocation: Washington Blvd. (U.S. 89), 26th St. to 40th St.Budget: $1.8 millionCompletion: Fall 2012
    • I-15, Weber to DavisLocations: 650 S. (S.R. 103) in Clearfield to I-84 in Riverdale; and Pages Ln. in Centerville to 2600 S. in BountifulBudget: $10.8 millionCompletion: Fall 2012
    • 7800 South and Bangerter Salt Lake County Locations: Bangerter Highway and 7800 South Budget: $33.8 million Completion: Late Summer 2012
    • I-15 | 106th South Salt Lake CountyLocations: I-15, 10600 S. to 600 N.Budget: $2.8 millionCompletion: Summer 2012
    • Mountain View Corridor Right size project | Right time Location: 5400 South to Redwood Road at 16000 South Budget: $730 million Completion: December 2012
    • Mountain View Corridor April 2012
    • S.R. 92, Timpanogos HighwayLocation: SR-92, Lehi to HighlandBudget: $112.7 millionCompletion: Summer
    • I-15 Core Utah CountyLocation: I-15 from Lehi to Spanish ForkBudget: $1.725 billionCompletion: December 2012
    • I-15 COREUniversity Parkway and Sandhill Roadfirst Continuous Flow Intersection in Utah County
    • U.S. 40 VernalLocation: Vernal Main St.Budget: $7.7 millionCompletion: Fall 2012
    • U.S. 189, Wallsburg to Heber CityLocation: U.S. 189, Wallsburg to Heber CityBudget: $8.35 millionCompletion: Through December 2012
    • Restore S.R. 14 Southern UtahLocation: S.R. 14, Cedar City to Cedar Breaks National MonumentBudget: $7.47 millionCompletion: Through June 2012
    • Restore S.R. 14 April 2012
    • I-15, Southern UtahLocation: I-15, Summit to Paragonah in Iron Co.; I-15, north of Toquerville Washington Co.Budget: $10 millionCompletion: November 2012
    • TIGsudot.utah.gov/trans parenc y
    • TIGs
    • Buy America Utah Department of Transportation ~ May 2012 Randy Park, Project Development Director
    • What Is Buy America?  Applies to all projects that include any federal funds  Applies to iron & steel only - Includes imported steel melted in the U.S.  All manufacturing must take place domestically
    • Triggering Buy America?
    • Triggering Buy America?
    • Triggering Buy America?  Utilities located within the roadway
    • Why now?
    • Challenges 1. Compliance certification 2. Product availability 3. Increased project costs4. Utility organizations compliance
    • Solution Options1. Seek a FHWA waiver for foreign products 2. Separate Utility contract 3. Investigating other solutions
    • Buy AmericaUtah Department of Transportation ~ May 2012