STRONGER CHRISTCHURCHINFRASTRUCTURE REBUILD TEAM(SCIRT)April 2013
CanterburyEarthquakeRecoveryFILE :DRAFTING CHECKEDDRAWNAPPROVEDFIG. No. REV.PROJECT No.APPROX. SCALE (AT A3 SIZE)CERACANTE...
CanterburyEarthquakeRecoveryFILE :DRAFTING CHECKEDDRAWNAPPROVEDFIG. No. REV.PROJECT No.APPROX. SCALE (AT A3 SIZE)CERACANTE...
CanterburyEarthquakeRecoveryFILE :DRAFTING CHECKEDDRAWNAPPROVEDFIG. No. REV.PROJECT No.APPROX. SCALE (AT A3 SIZE)CERACANTE...
CanterburyEarthquakeRecoveryFILE :DRAFTING CHECKEDDRAWNAPPROVEDFIG. No. REV.PROJECT No.APPROX. SCALE (AT A3 SIZE)CERACANTE...
WHY DOES SCIRT EXIST?Creating resilient infrastructurethat gives people securityand confidencein the future of Christchurch
Who is SCIRT?• Delivery vehicle for the rebuild of the Horizontal infrastructure ofChristchurch• Local and central governm...
Organisation StructureCityCareDowner FletcherFultonHoganMacDowDeliveryTeamsIntegrated Services Team (IST)Management TeamPe...
Scope of DamageUnit Replacement/RepairWater Reticulation Km 51Sewers Km 528Sewer Pump Stations No 100Storm water Km 196Roa...
End-To-End Process
Progress – March 2013179Projects valued at $976 million currently beingdesigned109Projects valued at $384 million currentl...
Progress – March 2013TotalNetwork Damage Repaired% Repaircomplete Network11,761,807m21,320,375m2164,372m214% Road pavement...
WHAT WE’RE HERE FOR :Creating resilient infrastructurethat gives people securityand confidencein the future of Christchurch
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Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure Rebuild Team (SCIRT)

  1. 1. STRONGER CHRISTCHURCHINFRASTRUCTURE REBUILD TEAM(SCIRT)April 2013
  2. 2. CanterburyEarthquakeRecoveryFILE :DRAFTING CHECKEDDRAWNAPPROVEDFIG. No. REV.PROJECT No.APPROX. SCALE (AT A3 SIZE)CERACANTERBURY EARTHQUAKE RECOVERYLand Damage MapNTS0.Notes:Low-resolution aerial photos sourced from Google Earth (Copyright: 2009).High-resolution aerials provided by New Zealand Aerial Mapping (February 2011)Property boundaries provided by Christchurch City CouncilLand Damage After 4 September 2010!Approx Scale 1:50,0000 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 (m)LegendAreas of observedliquefactionPort Hills area
  3. 3. CanterburyEarthquakeRecoveryFILE :DRAFTING CHECKEDDRAWNAPPROVEDFIG. No. REV.PROJECT No.APPROX. SCALE (AT A3 SIZE)CERACANTERBURY EARTHQUAKE RECOVERYLand Damage MapAggregated Land Damage After 22 February 2011NTS0.Notes:Low-resolution aerial photos sourced from Google Earth (Copyright: 2009).High-resolution aerials provided by New Zealand Aerial Mapping (February 2011)Property boundaries provided by Christchurch City Council!Approx Scale 1:50,0000 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 (m)LegendAreas of observedliquefactionPort Hills area
  4. 4. CanterburyEarthquakeRecoveryFILE :DRAFTING CHECKEDDRAWNAPPROVEDFIG. No. REV.PROJECT No.APPROX. SCALE (AT A3 SIZE)CERACANTERBURY EARTHQUAKE RECOVERYAggregated Building Damage MapBuilding Damage After 4 September 2010NTS0.Notes:Low-resolution aerial photos sourced from Google Earth (Copyright: 2009).High-resolution aerials provided by New Zealand Aerial Mapping (February 2011)Property boundaries provided by Christchurch City CouncilBuilding damage based on data provided by AMI, Ansvar, EQC, FMG, Housing New Zealand, IAG, Lumley,MAS, Tower and Vero!Approx Scale 1:50,0000 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 (m)LegendRepairs > $100k (houses which hadsignificant damage but could beeconomically repairedRebuilds (houses which are beyondeconomic repair)LegendRepairs > $100k (houses which hadsignificant damage but could beeconomically repairedRebuilds (houses which are beyondeconomic repair)Confirmed rebuilds (houses whichwere confirmed to be beyondeconomic repair)
  5. 5. CanterburyEarthquakeRecoveryFILE :DRAFTING CHECKEDDRAWNAPPROVEDFIG. No. REV.PROJECT No.APPROX. SCALE (AT A3 SIZE)CERACANTERBURY EARTHQUAKE RECOVERYAggregated Building Damage After 22 February 2011NTS0.Notes:Low-resolution aerial photos sourced from Google Earth (Copyright: 2009).High-resolution aerials provided by New Zealand Aerial Mapping (February 2011)Property boundaries provided by Christchurch City CouncilBuilding damage based on data provided by AMI, Ansvar, EQC, FMG, Housing New Zealand, IAG, Lumley,MAS, Tower and Vero!Approx Scale 1:50,0000 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 (m)Aggregated Building Damage MapLegendBuilding Damage Ratio(Repair cost estimate / replacement cost)0% - 20%20% - 40%40% - 60%60% - 80%80% - 100%100% (rebuild because it isuneconomic to repair the building)LegendBuilding Damage Ratio(Repair cost estimate / replacement cost)0% - 20%20% - 40%40% - 60%60% - 80%80% - 100%100% (rebuild because it isuneconomic to repair the building)
  6. 6. WHY DOES SCIRT EXIST?Creating resilient infrastructurethat gives people securityand confidencein the future of Christchurch
  7. 7. Who is SCIRT?• Delivery vehicle for the rebuild of the Horizontal infrastructure ofChristchurch• Local and central government bodies:– Christchurch City Council (CCC)– Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA)– New Zealand Transport Authority (NZTA)• Private sector head contractor representatives –City Care, Downer, Fletcher, Fulton Hogan and MacDow• SCIRT also includes all other Consultants, Contractors andSuppliers involved
  8. 8. Organisation StructureCityCareDowner FletcherFultonHoganMacDowDeliveryTeamsIntegrated Services Team (IST)Management TeamPeople of Christchurch and New ZealandBoardCity CareDownerFletchersFulton HoganMcConnell DowellConsultantsDesignCCCCCC CERA NZTAValue for MoneyI.E. T.O.C
  9. 9. Scope of DamageUnit Replacement/RepairWater Reticulation Km 51Sewers Km 528Sewer Pump Stations No 100Storm water Km 196Roading - residential Km 1,021Foot Bridges No 45Road Bridges No 18
  10. 10. End-To-End Process
  11. 11. Progress – March 2013179Projects valued at $976 million currently beingdesigned109Projects valued at $384 million currently beingconstructed185Projects valued at $97 million currently beinghanded back to the asset owners36 Projects valued at $194 million being estimated
  12. 12. Progress – March 2013TotalNetwork Damage Repaired% Repaircomplete Network11,761,807m21,320,375m2164,372m214% Road pavement1,613 km 659 km 144 km 22% Wastewater pipe2,843 km 69 km 22 km 32% Fresh water pipe329 km 26 km 9 km 35% Storm water pipe
  13. 13. WHAT WE’RE HERE FOR :Creating resilient infrastructurethat gives people securityand confidencein the future of Christchurch

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