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  • 1. CALIFORNIA HIGH-SPEED RAILCALIFORNIA HIGH-SPEED RAIL 1 P R O J E C T   O V E R V I E WP R O J E C T   O V E R V I E W P R E S E N T E D   B YP R E S E N T E D   B Y JEFF MORALESJEFF MORALES C H I E F   E X E C U T I V E   O F F I C E RC H I E F   E X E C U T I V E   O F F I C E R
  • 2. HIGH-SPEED RAIL IS BIGHIGH-SPEED RAIL IS BIG • California is 8th Largest Economy in the World • Connecting all California Population Centers • Comparable to Northeast Corridor in Terms of Distance, Population and Complexity • It is a Transformative Investment • California is 8th Largest Economy in the World • Connecting all California Population Centers • Comparable to Northeast Corridor in Terms of Distance, Population and Complexity • It is a Transformative Investment 2
  • 3. CONTROVERSY IS NOTHING NEWCONTROVERSY IS NOTHING NEW • Transformative Projects Have Never Been Easy • Golden Gate Bridge: • “upside-down rat trap that will mar the beauty of the bay” • 2,000+ lawsuits • BART – Once Called the Train to Nowhere • Calif. State Water System, University of Calif. System • Passed by Single-Vote Margins • Where Would We be Without Them? • Transformative Projects Have Never Been Easy • Golden Gate Bridge: • “upside-down rat trap that will mar the beauty of the bay” • 2,000+ lawsuits • BART – Once Called the Train to Nowhere • Calif. State Water System, University of Calif. System • Passed by Single-Vote Margins • Where Would We be Without Them? 3
  • 4. WHY HIGH-SPEED RAIL IN CALIFORNIA?WHY HIGH-SPEED RAIL IN CALIFORNIA? • Airport Congestion • Los Angeles to San Francisco is the Busiest Short-Haul Market in US • 5 Million Passengers Every Year • One in Four Flights Delayed by an Hour or More • Roadway Congestion • Six of Top 30 Congested Urban Areas in US Located in Calif. • Population Growth • Air Quality/Sustainability • Airport Congestion • Los Angeles to San Francisco is the Busiest Short-Haul Market in US • 5 Million Passengers Every Year • One in Four Flights Delayed by an Hour or More • Roadway Congestion • Six of Top 30 Congested Urban Areas in US Located in Calif. • Population Growth • Air Quality/Sustainability 44
  • 5. RESULTS FOR CALIFORNIARESULTS FOR CALIFORNIA • Reduction in Vehicle Miles Travelled (VMT) – By 2040, the system will reduce vehicle miles by almost 10 million miles every day – By 2030, the reduction in VMT would be like removing one 500-mile lane of cars • Daily Number of Flights Diverted – Starting in 2030, the state will see a daily reduction of 93 to 171 flights – By 2040, the state will see a daily reduction of 97 to 180 flights • Statewide air quality improvement: – Tons of volatile organic compounds reduced – Tons of particulate matter reduced – Tons of ozone precursors • Reduction in Vehicle Miles Travelled (VMT) – By 2040, the system will reduce vehicle miles by almost 10 million miles every day – By 2030, the reduction in VMT would be like removing one 500-mile lane of cars • Daily Number of Flights Diverted – Starting in 2030, the state will see a daily reduction of 93 to 171 flights – By 2040, the state will see a daily reduction of 97 to 180 flights • Statewide air quality improvement: – Tons of volatile organic compounds reduced – Tons of particulate matter reduced – Tons of ozone precursors 55
  • 6. ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS: HIGH-SPEED RAIL’S BEST KEPT SECRETS ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS: HIGH-SPEED RAIL’S BEST KEPT SECRETS 66 • Preserving Agricultural Land • Improving Air Quality • Preserving and Enhancing Critical Habitat • Reducing Greenhouse Gases • Enabling Smart Land Use • Urban Greening: Planting Trees • Modernizing Transit Statewide • Using Renewable Energy • Preserving Agricultural Land • Improving Air Quality • Preserving and Enhancing Critical Habitat • Reducing Greenhouse Gases • Enabling Smart Land Use • Urban Greening: Planting Trees • Modernizing Transit Statewide • Using Renewable Energy
  • 7. 77 A STATEWIDE RAIL MODERNIZATION PLANA STATEWIDE RAIL MODERNIZATION PLAN Connects to Existing Systems Phase I: San Francisco to Los Angeles/ Anaheim – 520 miles Connects to Existing Systems Phase I: San Francisco to Los Angeles/ Anaheim – 520 miles Phase II: Extensions to Sacramento and San Diego – 800 miles Phase II: Extensions to Sacramento and San Diego – 800 miles • San Francisco to L.A. in Under 3 hours • Speeds Over 200 MPH • 14 Stations • Completed by 2029 • San Francisco to L.A. in Under 3 hours • Speeds Over 200 MPH • 14 Stations • Completed by 2029
  • 8. 8 PARTNERSHIPS FOR PROGRESSPARTNERSHIPS FOR PROGRESS $13 Billion Leveraged for High-Speed Rail and Improvements to Existing Local & Regional Rail Systems $13 Billion Leveraged for High-Speed Rail and Improvements to Existing Local & Regional Rail Systems Altamont Commuter ExpressAltamont Commuter Express Transbay Transit CenterTransbay Transit Center Capitol CorridorCapitol Corridor AmtrakAmtrak CaltrainCaltrain San Diego Metro Transit System San Diego Metro Transit System San Francisco Muni San Francisco Muni North County Transit District North County Transit District CaltransCaltrans MetroLinkMetroLink BARTBART Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority L.A. MetroL.A. Metro Sacramento Regional Transit Sacramento Regional Transit
  • 9. 9 FUNDING (SENATE BILL 1029) • Signed into Law by Governor Brown in July 2012 • $3.3 Billion Federal ARRA Grant Funds • $4.7 Billion Prop 1A Funds • $2.6 Billion (Prop 1A) and $3.2 Billion (ARRA) for First Segment of IOS from Merced to Bakersfield • $819 Million (Prop 1A) Connectivity Projects Statewide • $600 Million (Prop 1A) Modernize Caltrain Corridor • $500 Million (Prop 1A) Upgrade Rail in SoCal • $252 Million (Prop 1A/ARRA) Design and Planning of Phase I and Phase II of System • Signed into Law by Governor Brown in July 2012 • $3.3 Billion Federal ARRA Grant Funds • $4.7 Billion Prop 1A Funds • $2.6 Billion (Prop 1A) and $3.2 Billion (ARRA) for First Segment of IOS from Merced to Bakersfield • $819 Million (Prop 1A) Connectivity Projects Statewide • $600 Million (Prop 1A) Modernize Caltrain Corridor • $500 Million (Prop 1A) Upgrade Rail in SoCal • $252 Million (Prop 1A/ARRA) Design and Planning of Phase I and Phase II of System
  • 10. JOB CREATIONJOB CREATION 1010 • Work on Statewide Rail Modernization program is Underway • Construction: Direct, Indirect Jobs in Hard-Hit Sectors • Permanent: Rail modernization creates efficiencies statewide • Work on Statewide Rail Modernization program is Underway • Construction: Direct, Indirect Jobs in Hard-Hit Sectors • Permanent: Rail modernization creates efficiencies statewide
  • 11. 11 NEXT STEPS: CLOSING THE GAP • Continue Work in Central Valley, Peninsula, Southern California • Connect Northern and Southern California – Close the Tehachapi Gap • Fund Construction of the System – Private Financing/Investors – Federal Grants/Loans – CA Cap & Trade Revenue – TOD Revenues – Concessions • Work with Cities/Regions to Accomplish Broad Goals • Continue Work in Central Valley, Peninsula, Southern California • Connect Northern and Southern California – Close the Tehachapi Gap • Fund Construction of the System – Private Financing/Investors – Federal Grants/Loans – CA Cap & Trade Revenue – TOD Revenues – Concessions • Work with Cities/Regions to Accomplish Broad Goals
  • 12. CALIFORNIA HIGH-SPEED RAILCALIFORNIA HIGH-SPEED RAIL 12 C E N T R A L   V A L L E YC E N T R A L   V A L L E Y P R E S E N T E D   B YP R E S E N T E D   B Y DIANA GOMEZDIANA GOMEZ C E N T R A L   V A L L E Y   R E G I O N A L   D I R E C T O RC E N T R A L   V A L L E Y   R E G I O N A L   D I R E C T O R
  • 13. 1313 INITIAL OPERATING SECTION (IOS)INITIAL OPERATING SECTION (IOS) • Central Valley to San Fernando Valley • 300 Miles • First Step Towards a Statewide High-Speed Rail System - 2022 • Central Valley to San Fernando Valley • 300 Miles • First Step Towards a Statewide High-Speed Rail System - 2022
  • 14. • Central Valley will Serve as the “Backbone” of a System that will Tie Major Regions of California Together • Fastest Growing Region in the State • Availability of Federal Funding • Ability to Advance the Project Faster and at a Lower Cost • Testing and Certification of First High-Speed Equipment in US • Central Valley will Serve as the “Backbone” of a System that will Tie Major Regions of California Together • Fastest Growing Region in the State • Availability of Federal Funding • Ability to Advance the Project Faster and at a Lower Cost • Testing and Certification of First High-Speed Equipment in US 1414 WHY START IN THE CENTRAL VALLEY?WHY START IN THE CENTRAL VALLEY?
  • 15. FIRST CONSTRUCTION SEGMENTFIRST CONSTRUCTION SEGMENT Multiple Construction Packages Completion 2018 Multiple Construction Packages Completion 2018 15
  • 16. CONSTRUCTION PACKAGE #1CONSTRUCTION PACKAGE #1 1616 • Madera to Fresno - 29 Miles • Avenue 17 in Madera • East American Avenue in Fresno • Madera to Fresno - 29 Miles • Avenue 17 in Madera • East American Avenue in Fresno
  • 17. • Contractor and Management Team • Opened Offices in Downtown Fresno • Hiring Workers • Completing Designs • Conducting Field Work • Finalizing Third Party Agreements • Contractor and Management Team • Opened Offices in Downtown Fresno • Hiring Workers • Completing Designs • Conducting Field Work • Finalizing Third Party Agreements 17 WORK IS UNDERWAYWORK IS UNDERWAY
  • 18. • 114 Miles Providing Access to Residents of Fresno, Tulare, Kings, and Kern Counties • Authority Continues to Work with Stakeholders to Refine Fresno to Bakersfield Alignment • Record of Decision - Spring 2014 • Design-Build RFQ – Fall 2013 • 114 Miles Providing Access to Residents of Fresno, Tulare, Kings, and Kern Counties • Authority Continues to Work with Stakeholders to Refine Fresno to Bakersfield Alignment • Record of Decision - Spring 2014 • Design-Build RFQ – Fall 2013 18181818 FRESNO TO BAKERSFIELD PROJECT SECTIONFRESNO TO BAKERSFIELD PROJECT SECTION
  • 19. BETTER AIR QUALITY FOR THE VALLEYBETTER AIR QUALITY FOR THE VALLEY • Voluntary Emissions Reduction Agreement • Working with the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution District to provide: –New, clean buses for schools –Clean truck engines –Electrified irrigation pumps • Maintaining air quality in one of the worst air sheds in the nation • In the top ten worst for : –Ozone –Short-term particles –Year-round particulate matter • Voluntary Emissions Reduction Agreement • Working with the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution District to provide: –New, clean buses for schools –Clean truck engines –Electrified irrigation pumps • Maintaining air quality in one of the worst air sheds in the nation • In the top ten worst for : –Ozone –Short-term particles –Year-round particulate matter 1919
  • 20. CLEAN & GREEN CONSTRUCTIONCLEAN & GREEN CONSTRUCTION • The Authority has Committed to Using 100 Percent Renewable Energy to Power the System • Net Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions • Recycling 100% of Steel and Concrete • The Authority will Partner with Local Organizations to Plant Over 5,000 Trees • The Authority Will Preserve up to 6,000 Acres of Farmland • By 2030 the System Will Reduce GHG Emissions by up to 8.4 Million Metric Tons • The Authority has Committed to Using 100 Percent Renewable Energy to Power the System • Net Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions • Recycling 100% of Steel and Concrete • The Authority will Partner with Local Organizations to Plant Over 5,000 Trees • The Authority Will Preserve up to 6,000 Acres of Farmland • By 2030 the System Will Reduce GHG Emissions by up to 8.4 Million Metric Tons 2020
  • 21. CALIFORNIA HIGH-SPEED RAILCALIFORNIA HIGH-SPEED RAIL 21 C O N S T R U C T I O N   P A C K A G E   2‐3C O N S T R U C T I O N   P A C K A G E   2‐3 P R E S E N T E D   B YP R E S E N T E D   B Y SCOTT JARVISSCOTT JARVIS A S S I S T A N T   C H I E F   P R O G R A M  M A N A G E RA S S I S T A N T   C H I E F   P R O G R A M  M A N A G E R RFQ #HSR 13-57RFQ #HSR 13-57
  • 22. CONSTRUCTION PACKAGE 2-3CONSTRUCTION PACKAGE 2-3 • 60 Mile Route • East American Avenue in Fresno South to One Mile North of the Kern/Tulare County Line •Estimate Cost is approximately $1.5 – 2 billion • 60 Mile Route • East American Avenue in Fresno South to One Mile North of the Kern/Tulare County Line •Estimate Cost is approximately $1.5 – 2 billion 22
  • 23. RFQ TIMELINERFQ TIMELINE • October 9: RFQ Issued • November 15: Deadline for RFQ Questions • December 6: SOQ Due Date • October 9: RFQ Issued • November 15: Deadline for RFQ Questions • December 6: SOQ Due Date 23
  • 24. DESCRIPTION AND SCOPE OF WORK*DESCRIPTION AND SCOPE OF WORK* • The services, labor, materials, and work to be provided and performed by the Contractor include, but are not limited to the following general categories of scope: • Scheduling • Utility Investigation, Coordination, Protection, and Relocation • Demolition and Clearing of Right-of-Way • Code Assessment • Completing, Coordinating, Securing Approval, and Executing Final Permitting and Utility Agreements • Survey and Mapping • Subsurface Investigations • The services, labor, materials, and work to be provided and performed by the Contractor include, but are not limited to the following general categories of scope: • Scheduling • Utility Investigation, Coordination, Protection, and Relocation • Demolition and Clearing of Right-of-Way • Code Assessment • Completing, Coordinating, Securing Approval, and Executing Final Permitting and Utility Agreements • Survey and Mapping • Subsurface Investigations 24
  • 25. DESCRIPTION AND SCOPE OF WORK* (CONT.)DESCRIPTION AND SCOPE OF WORK* (CONT.) • Geotechnical Engineering and Seismology • Final Design • Estimating • Value Engineering • Environmental Mitigation and Environmental Commitments as applicable within the limits of Contract Packages 2-3 • Construction • Quality Control and Quality Assurance for Design and Construction • Community Relations • Geotechnical Engineering and Seismology • Final Design • Estimating • Value Engineering • Environmental Mitigation and Environmental Commitments as applicable within the limits of Contract Packages 2-3 • Construction • Quality Control and Quality Assurance for Design and Construction • Community Relations 25
  • 26. DESCRIPTION AND SCOPE OF WORK* (CONT.)DESCRIPTION AND SCOPE OF WORK* (CONT.) • Quality Inspection and Testing • Construction Safety and Security Program • Preparation of CADD As-Builts, inclusive of Consolidated Service Drawings • Interface Coordination for In-Scope Works as well as future Works by Others • Coordination with Jurisdictional Authorities (governments, public, and private entities such as utility companies, CPUC, FRA, Caltrans, etc.), Adjacent Railroads (i.e., BNSF, SJVRR) and Local Communities • Quality Inspection and Testing • Construction Safety and Security Program • Preparation of CADD As-Builts, inclusive of Consolidated Service Drawings • Interface Coordination for In-Scope Works as well as future Works by Others • Coordination with Jurisdictional Authorities (governments, public, and private entities such as utility companies, CPUC, FRA, Caltrans, etc.), Adjacent Railroads (i.e., BNSF, SJVRR) and Local Communities 26
  • 27. DESCRIPTION AND SCOPE OF WORK* (CONT.)DESCRIPTION AND SCOPE OF WORK* (CONT.) • The selected Offeror shall provide final design and construction for the following: • High-speed rail trackway civil infrastructure, complete in place, up to the top of subgrade, plus an additional protective layer for purposes of protecting installed subgrade1, including certain structural embedments, as appropriate, to mitigate/minimize future abortive work, (i.e., anchor bolts, embeds, grounding and bonding, foundations, etc.); • The selected Offeror shall provide final design and construction for the following: • High-speed rail trackway civil infrastructure, complete in place, up to the top of subgrade, plus an additional protective layer for purposes of protecting installed subgrade1, including certain structural embedments, as appropriate, to mitigate/minimize future abortive work, (i.e., anchor bolts, embeds, grounding and bonding, foundations, etc.); 27
  • 28. DESCRIPTION AND SCOPE OF WORK* (CONT.)DESCRIPTION AND SCOPE OF WORK* (CONT.) • The selected Offeror shall provide final design and construction for the following: • Retaining walls, access roads, and subsurface infrastructure (i.e., lateral ductbanks to future systems facilities sites terminated at manholes at HSR ROW) that could be used to integrate with future systems components currently not in scope. *Items listed do not, nor are they intended to, represent all work that will be required • The selected Offeror shall provide final design and construction for the following: • Retaining walls, access roads, and subsurface infrastructure (i.e., lateral ductbanks to future systems facilities sites terminated at manholes at HSR ROW) that could be used to integrate with future systems components currently not in scope. *Items listed do not, nor are they intended to, represent all work that will be required 28
  • 29. DESCRIPTION AND SCOPE OF WORKDESCRIPTION AND SCOPE OF WORK • The Scope of Work does not include: • Construction of trackwork (i.e. ballasted and/or non-ballasted section); • Passenger station; • New building construction; • ROW engineering, negotiations, and acquisition; • Soundwalls; and • Systems work (i.e., Overhead Catenary System poles, foundations, and wires, Traction Power Facilities, Automatic Train Control, etc.). • The Scope of Work does not include: • Construction of trackwork (i.e. ballasted and/or non-ballasted section); • Passenger station; • New building construction; • ROW engineering, negotiations, and acquisition; • Soundwalls; and • Systems work (i.e., Overhead Catenary System poles, foundations, and wires, Traction Power Facilities, Automatic Train Control, etc.). 29
  • 30. EVALUATION PROCESSEVALUATION PROCESS • The Authority Intends to Use a Two-Step Best Value Procurement Process • Phase 1: The Authority Will Evaluate the Statements of Qualification (SOQ) and Establish a Shortlist of Offerors • Phase 2: The Shortlisted Offerors Will be Invited to Submit Detailed Proposals in Response to an RFP • The Authority Intends to Use a Two-Step Best Value Procurement Process • Phase 1: The Authority Will Evaluate the Statements of Qualification (SOQ) and Establish a Shortlist of Offerors • Phase 2: The Shortlisted Offerors Will be Invited to Submit Detailed Proposals in Response to an RFP 30
  • 31. EVALUATION PROCESS (CONT.)EVALUATION PROCESS (CONT.) • The Authority Anticipates Selecting the Proposer Whose Proposal Offers the Best Value to the Authority and the State for Award of a Design- Build Contract • Each SOQ will be Evaluated for: –Conformance to the RFQ Instructions Regarding Organization and Format –The Responsiveness of the Offeror to the Requirements Set Forth in this RFQ. • The Authority Anticipates Selecting the Proposer Whose Proposal Offers the Best Value to the Authority and the State for Award of a Design- Build Contract • Each SOQ will be Evaluated for: –Conformance to the RFQ Instructions Regarding Organization and Format –The Responsiveness of the Offeror to the Requirements Set Forth in this RFQ. 31
  • 32. EVALUATION PROCESS (CONT.)EVALUATION PROCESS (CONT.) • The Authority will Evaluate the Financial Capacity of the Offeror, Equity Members and Guarantors, if any, Based on Certain Financial Metrics Including but not Limited to Size, Cash Flow, Profitability, and Liquidity. Financial Capability will be Evaluated on the Extent to Which the Financial Metrics of the Offeror, Equity Members, and Guarantors, as Applicable, Meet or Exceed Industry Averages. • The Authority will Evaluate the Financial Capacity of the Offeror, Equity Members and Guarantors, if any, Based on Certain Financial Metrics Including but not Limited to Size, Cash Flow, Profitability, and Liquidity. Financial Capability will be Evaluated on the Extent to Which the Financial Metrics of the Offeror, Equity Members, and Guarantors, as Applicable, Meet or Exceed Industry Averages. 32
  • 33. EVALUATION PROCESS (CONT.)EVALUATION PROCESS (CONT.) • An Offeror Must Obtain a “Pass” on All Pass/Fail Items in Order for its SOQ to be Evaluated Qualitatively. • The Authority will Evaluate Each SOQ Based Upon the Pass/Fail Criteria Detailed in the RFQ. • An Offeror Must Obtain a “Pass” on All Pass/Fail Items in Order for its SOQ to be Evaluated Qualitatively. • The Authority will Evaluate Each SOQ Based Upon the Pass/Fail Criteria Detailed in the RFQ. 33
  • 34. TECHNICAL EVALUATION CRITERIA &WEIGHTINGTECHNICAL EVALUATION CRITERIA &WEIGHTING 34
  • 35. PROJECT AND CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (PCM)PROJECT AND CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (PCM) • There will be a PCM Contract to Manage, Oversee and Administer the Design Build Contract for CP 2-3 • The Release of the RFQ for the PCM is Expected by the End of the Year • The PCM will be Selected in a Qualifications Based Selection Process • There will be a PCM Contract to Manage, Oversee and Administer the Design Build Contract for CP 2-3 • The Release of the RFQ for the PCM is Expected by the End of the Year • The PCM will be Selected in a Qualifications Based Selection Process 35
  • 36. HOW TO BIDHOW TO BID • All State Contracts are Managed Through http://www.bidsync.com • The RFQ Solicitation Shall Follow the Process in California Code of Regulations • Contractors are Required to Comply with the Authority’s Commitment to the Requisite Participation by Small, Disadvantaged, and Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises • All State Contracts are Managed Through http://www.bidsync.com • The RFQ Solicitation Shall Follow the Process in California Code of Regulations • Contractors are Required to Comply with the Authority’s Commitment to the Requisite Participation by Small, Disadvantaged, and Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises 36
  • 37. (CONT.) HOW TO BID(CONT.) HOW TO BID • The RFQ Will be Available in Electronic Format Only on the State’s Contract Register at www.bidsync.com and a Link Can be Found on the Authority’s Website www.hsr.ca.gov • All questions Regarding this RFQ Must be Submitted in Writing Through www.bidsync.com • The RFQ Will be Available in Electronic Format Only on the State’s Contract Register at www.bidsync.com and a Link Can be Found on the Authority’s Website www.hsr.ca.gov • All questions Regarding this RFQ Must be Submitted in Writing Through www.bidsync.com 37
  • 38. CALIFORNIA HIGH-SPEED RAILCALIFORNIA HIGH-SPEED RAIL 38 S P E C I A L   A G E N T   S P E C I A L   A G E N T    LISA GLAZZYLISA GLAZZY U.S. Department of Transportation Office of Inspector GeneralU.S. Department of Transportation Office of Inspector General
  • 39. CALIFORNIA HIGH-SPEED RAILCALIFORNIA HIGH-SPEED RAIL 39 S M A L L B U S I N E S S P R O G R A M S M A L L B U S I N E S S P R O G R A M  P R E S E N T E D   B YP R E S E N T E D   B Y ROBERT PADILLAROBERT PADILLA S M A L L B U S I N E S S A D V O C A T E S M A L L B U S I N E S S A D V O C A T E 
  • 40. SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMSMALL BUSINESS PROGRAM • 30% Overall Small Business (SB) Participation Goal * 10% Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) Participation Goal * 3% Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises (DVBE) Participation Goal • Authority will Have Oversight and Accountability • 30% Overall Small Business (SB) Participation Goal * 10% Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) Participation Goal * 3% Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises (DVBE) Participation Goal • Authority will Have Oversight and Accountability 40
  • 41. COMMITMENT TO DIVERSE SMALL BUSINESSES COMMITMENT TO DIVERSE SMALL BUSINESSES • Businesses That Count Toward the Overall Goal are Certified: • Small/Micro Businesses Enterprises • Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises • Disadvantaged Business Enterprises • 8(a) • Businesses That Count Toward the Overall Goal are Certified: • Small/Micro Businesses Enterprises • Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises • Disadvantaged Business Enterprises • 8(a) 4141
  • 42. SMALL BUSINESS CERTIFICATIONSSMALL BUSINESS CERTIFICATIONS The Authority’s Overall SB Goal can be Achieved Through the Utilization of Certified Firms. The Authority Recognizes the SB Certifications from: • California Department of General Services (SBE, DVBE, MBE) • California Unified Certification Program (DBE) • Small Business Administration - 8(a) Program . The Authority’s Overall SB Goal can be Achieved Through the Utilization of Certified Firms. The Authority Recognizes the SB Certifications from: • California Department of General Services (SBE, DVBE, MBE) • California Unified Certification Program (DBE) • Small Business Administration - 8(a) Program . 4242
  • 43. NETWORKING TIMENETWORKING TIME Primes Subs . Primes Subs . 4343
  • 44. 4444 CALIFORNIA HIGH-SPEED RAIL AUTHORITYCALIFORNIA HIGH-SPEED RAIL AUTHORITY CONTACT INFORMATION: 770 L Street, Suite 800 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: 916-324-1541 www.hsr.ca.gov info@hsr.ca.gov CONTACT INFORMATION: 770 L Street, Suite 800 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: 916-324-1541 www.hsr.ca.gov info@hsr.ca.gov
  • 45. 4545 MATERIALS AVAILABLE AT HSR.CA.GOVMATERIALS AVAILABLE AT HSR.CA.GOV THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING. PLEASE NOTE ALL CONTRACT-SPECIFC QUESTIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED VIA WWW.BIDSYNC.COM THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING. PLEASE NOTE ALL CONTRACT-SPECIFC QUESTIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED VIA WWW.BIDSYNC.COM • VIDEO OF TODAY’S INDUSTRY FORUM • SCANS OF THE SIGN-IN SHEETS • A COPY OF THIS POWERPOINT PRESENTATION • VIDEO OF TODAY’S INDUSTRY FORUM • SCANS OF THE SIGN-IN SHEETS • A COPY OF THIS POWERPOINT PRESENTATION The Following Materials Will Be Made Available at www.hsr.ca.gov: The Following Materials Will Be Made Available at www.hsr.ca.gov: