Jullian Valverde - the promotion and coordination of consortia for the provision of turnkey high speed railway services
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Jullian Valverde - the promotion and coordination of consortia for the provision of turnkey high speed railway services Jullian Valverde - the promotion and coordination of consortia for the provision of turnkey high speed railway services Presentation Transcript

  • INTRODUCTION AND CONTENT OF THE PRESENTATION• Definition of Turnkey Services• Why Turnkey Contracts for High Speed Railway?• The promotion of Consortia for the Provision of Turnkey High Speed Railway Services• The key points to deliver a successful High Speed Railway project• Case Study: The Haramain High Speed Railway Phase 2• The Kuwait Metro and Rail Project
  • Turnkey Services•Turnkey contract is a design and build contract in which a single contractor is responsible forproviding all services, including finance. (The New Dictionary of Civil Engineering. Penguin 2005 edition).In practical terms, the Client gets a service or a supply of goods ready to use, ready for theopening and ready to cut the “red tape” “at the turn of the key”.• Real Estate (construction of housing estates and retail parks)• Health Sector • Education Sector• Petrochemical Plants• Oil Refineries View slide
  • USE OF TURNKEY CONTRACTS• Traditionally used for complex projects• Where experites relies with more than one contractor or company• Chemical plants, oil refineries or production lines in a factory are examples• Main Feature: Only one contractor: Prime Contractor Prime contractor holds all relationships with the Client Prime contractor holds all relationships with other contractors, subcontractors and suppliers to provide the Client with a finalised projectIn accordance with FIDIC (International Federation of Consulting Engineers)Recommended where one entity takes total responsibility for this type of contract, the entitycarries out all the Engineering, Procurement and Construction: providing a fully – equippedfacility, ready for operation (“at the turn of the key”). This type of contract is usually negotiatedbetween the parties. View slide
  • ADVANTAGES OF TURNKEY CONTRACTS• The relationship is with one sole provider or prime  contractor• The procurement process is quicker• The coordination of interfaces is done by the prime  contractor• The scope of works and preparation of the contract is less detailed (concept design)• The responsibility of the delivery lies with the prime  contractor• The contractor delivers in accordance to a set of performance criteria specified in the contract• In general it provides a fixed price so the risk of cost overruns lies with the prime contractor
  • WHY TURNKEY CONTRACTS FOR HIGH SPEED RAILWAY?The following activities form part of a High Speed Railway Service:• Feasibility and financial studies• Detailed design and preparation of bills of quantities• Civil Works and Infrastructure Works• Construction of tracks and systems Interlocking and Mainline signalling Electrification Operation Control Centre Overhead Catenary Telecommunications• Procurement and Delivery of Rolling Stock Trainsets• Verification, Testing and Acceptance• Operation of the Service (ticketing, drivers, passenger care…)• Maintenance of infrastructure, tracks and systems• Maintenance of rolling stock• Management of train stations
  • WHY TURNKEY CONTRACTS FOR HIGH SPEED RAILWAY?• Multi‐disciplinary: cannot be provided by a sole company• Complex activities, latest state of the art technologies• Risk with Contractor as owner of the technology• Definition of scope based on performance indicators• Payments subject to finalisation of key milestones (track laying, delivery of trainsets…)• Client gets infrastructure, track and systems and operation and maintenance service for a  fixed price
  • THE PROMOTION OF CONSORTIA FOR HIGH SPEED RAILWAY• A Bit about CONSULTRANS Transport consultancy with more than 20 years experience providing consultancy services in the transportation sector for both public administrations and private companies. Since the year 2008, it is part of IMATHIA GLOBAL, a group of companies led by Mr. Julián García  Valverde, Chief Executive Officer and President and who is former President of Renfe Operadora,  the Spanish Publicly owned Railway Operator• A bit about Spain and High Speed Railway Decadent State of the Railway Network in 1980s Commitment of central government to High Speed Railway → AVE
  • THE PROMOTION OF CONSORTIA FOR HIGH SPEED RAILWAY • 2.665 km of High Speed Railway Lines • 24 cities connected with High speed Railway ServicesIn the Year 2020:• 10.000 km of High Speed Railway Lines• All Spanish cities linked to the High Speed Railway Network• 90% Spanish citizens within 50 km distance of a High Speed Railway Station
  • THE PROMOTION OF CONSORTIA FOR HIGH SPEED RAILWAYExperience of Spanish Companies in High Speed Railway Services• Consultancy and Engineering design• Civil Works construction• Construction of Ballasted and unballasted tracks• Electrification and Overhead Catenary• Signalling (ERTMS Level 2) and Operation Control Centres• Design, Manufacture and Maintenance of High Speed Train Sets• Operation of high speed railway services• Maintenance of High Speed railway infrastructure and systems• We compete at a global level as providers of high speed railway technologies
  • THE PROMOTION OF CONSORTIA FOR HIGH SPEED RAILWAYCONSULTRANS is a key player in the sector Promote, coordinate and manage the best players of the High Speed Railway Industry to deliver a  One‐Stop‐Shop service. From inception and concept, through to detailed design, construction,  procurement of rolling stock and operation and maintenance of high speed railway services. • Direct Advice to the Client• Promote Consortia putting together best  key players of the industry
  • KEY POINTS TO A SUCCESSFUL HIGH SPEED RAILWAY PROJECT• A Railway Administrator in charge of the construction, procurement of systems and maintenance of high  speed railway lines. This can be a public body or a private entity working for the final client for a fee based  on performance indicators.• A Railway Operator with a proven track record of providing high speed railway services. It can be a publicly  owned company or a private operator as might be the case in different countries in Europe. • An Operation Control Centre from which the management and operation of train sets can be undertaken  with safety as a first objective.• A state of the art signalling system (ERTMS Level 2) that allows for trains to travel at speeds of 300 km/h  and above that caters for all types of train sets and makes the system interoperable• A track designed for speeds of 300 km/h and above, requirements and parameters for curves, gradients  and gauges. Civil works often including viaducts and tunnels because of such strict design parameters, and  therefore needing specialised companies in the construction of high speed railway lines• Train sets capable of performing at such speeds with the highest comfort and safety for the passenger• A Railway Integrator and coordinator that makes this puzzle of companies, service providers and systems  work together as one
  • CASE STUDY: THE HARAMAIN HIGH SPEED RAILWAY PHASE 2• A LITTLE BIT ABOUT THE PROJECTThe Railway will:• be a double track between Makkah and  Madinah, with facilities to run in the up and  down directions on both tracks;• be designed for speeds up to 320km/h;• be a standard gauge line (1435mm);• be an electrified line with overhead catenaries of 25kV;• have a journey time, between Makkah and Madinah, of less than 2 hours 30 minutes, with a  commercial operating speed of 300km/h and 3 stops (Jeddah, KAIA, KAEC).• provide a service with high standards of safety, design, operating rules (track geometry• will be maintained within safe and comfort limits) and service qualityIt will transport 166.000 passengers per day at peak times during Pilgrimage to the two Holy Sites.
  • CASE STUDY: THE HARAMAIN HIGH SPEED RAILWAY PHASE 2• THE PROCUREMENT PROCESS• Phase 1 Package 1 – Route Civil Works (Design & Build) Land acquisition well advanced – Saud Consult Concept design completed by Dar Al Handasah Contract awarded to Al Rajhi Alliance on 5th February 2009• Phase 1 Package 2 – Stations Design – Awarded to Foster & Partners / Buro Happold / Dar Al Riyadh in March 2009. Four stations – Makkah Central, Jeddah Central, KAEC & Madinah Central. Airport Station to be designed in conjunction with the Airport. To provide detailed specifications and construction drawings for construction. Build – Contract for the Four stations were awarded to Saudi Binladin Group with Turkey’s Yapi Merkezi: Makkah and Madinah stations for  SR3.2 bn and SR1.6 bn. Saudi Oger will build the stations at Jeddah at a cost of SR2.9bn and a station at  King Abdullah Economic City in Rabigh for SR1.7bn.
  • CASE STUDY: THE HARAMAIN HIGH SPEED RAILWAY PHASE 2• Phase 2 – includes all civil and infrastructure works not included in phase 1, procurement and  maintenance of the Rolling Stock and operation and maintenance of the entire railway Procurement of Rolling Stock Design & Build (FIDIC) Ballasted Track ERTMS Level 2 Signaling system 25 Kv – 60 Hz caternary system Telecoms Control center Depots and Workshops• Operations and Maintenance Contract for a 12 year period with payments based on: Performance Regime Fares Policy Revenue collection• In summary, it is a Turnkey Contract that includes design, build, maintenance and operation  of a railway service for a fixed annual price. 
  • CASE STUDY: THE HARAMAIN HIGH SPEED RAILWAY PHASE 2• THE PROMOTION AND COORDINATION OF THE CONSORTIUM FOR THE SUBMISSION OF THE  BID Prequalification Managing a project of this size. Experience of Procurement of Rolling Stock Design & Build of Infrastructure Railway Operations including Operations of stations and Maintenance of all  infrastructures  One member complying with the Ministry of Municipality Classification (Class 1 in  Roads)• The result was the Saudi‐Spanish AlShoula Consortium 
  • CASE STUDY: THE HARAMAIN HIGH SPEED RAILWAY PHASE 2• THE PROMOTION AND COORDINATION OF THE CONSORTIUM FOR THE SUBMISSION OF THE  BID Preparation of the Technical and Financial Offer Proposals to fulfil the requirements specified by the Client in the Terms of  Reference for each of the subsystems. Provide added value to the proposal for it to stand out in technical terms from its  competitors Consortium Management and Coordination Administrative coordination Technical Coordination Preparation of financial deliverables:
  • THE KUWAIT METRO AND RAIL NETWORK• Both networks are at the planning stage• Decisions have been undertaken as to technical parametres Rolling Stock Gauge Speeds Dedicated line or mixed traffic• Both projects fit the bill for a Turnkey Project including the operation and maintenance of the  service 
  • THE PROMOTION AND COORDINATION CONSORTIA FOR THE  PROVISION OF TURNKEY HIGH SPEED RAILWAY SERVICES THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR ATTENTION Presenter: Ms. Susana Gozalo Jáñez,  MsC Civil Engineering, CEng, MICE, MCIHT Director of the Transport Strategies Department of CONSULTRANS susana.gozalo@consultrans.es; +34915754616; www.consultrans.es