Construction Outlook 2011 - Roy Fisher (Caltrans)


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  • Introduction, if necessary: Deputy for Construction last two years. Previously, came up through the ranks in Structure Construction. We still have a lot of work and a big program for the next couple of years. California.
  • We work closely with the LA MTA and the Ventura County Transportation Commission and other agencies, such as the Port of Long Beach and Los Angeles.Southern Cal is 7, 8, 12 and 11
  • $10.34 billion is a near record from a couple of years ago which included toll bridges in San Francisco. 648 contracts ongoing statewide.Click111 contracts in D-7 valued at $1.4 billion. Does not include the $731 million at the 405 Sepulveda Pass, design build project, that we co-administer or other projects we oversight. 35 contracts ongoing in D-8 valued at $496.8 million. Southern Cal is $3.34 billion. Does not include local administered contracts such as the 405 design build project. $1 billion = 18,000 jobs. Contracts run from tens of thousands of dollars for minor b projects to install mbgr, rumble strips, curb and gutter work. Minor B’s are under $250,000. To $151,310,000 for the I-10 rehab project. $120,594,192 at the 5/170 when we were getting real good prices. The bids don’t appear to be as aggressive as last year or so when we could get 16 bids and 30 – 40 % below engineer’s estimates. Maybe the market has turned around or contractors were realizing they can’t continue bidding so low. Most bids are still below the EE, and maybe 8 or 10 bidders.
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  • All bid documents are posted to the Internet. It use to take a lot of work to verify disadvantage business participation, good faith efforts, etc, now with the postings, bidder no. 2 does the work for us. The number of objections shows a lot of scrutiny and competition. 7 Caltrans design build to date 10/605 interchange HOT lanes on 10 and 110 Devore I/CPresidio project approach to Golden GateCCPSC has committees on Small Business, Storm Water, and Sustainability. We partner all projects. AGC contractors are major partners with us in the endeavor. Awards of Excellence and Success in Motion and AGC Marvin Black national award.
  • Carmenita I/C bids May 12 with EE $111,810,000. Somewhere in the neighborhood of three quarters of a billion dollars for all 6 projects. Alondra out to bid in fall.
  • Bids open April 21. EE of $177 million
  • $750 million project to do oversight. Teams have been short listed.
  • Major contracts – sorted by districts
  • Curbs and sidewalks, drainage inlets, signs, etc.
  • Construction Outlook 2011 - Roy Fisher (Caltrans)

    1. 1. Construction Outlook 2011<br />Caltrans District 7<br />Los Angeles & Ventura Counties<br />March 10, 2011<br />
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    3. 3. Construction Outlook 2011<br />
    4. 4. Construction Outlook 2011<br />9/10 fiscal year awarded 602 contracts<br />$2.3 billion <br /> 10/11 fiscal year to date 258 contracts<br />$2 billion<br />$444 million in the pipeline now in D-7<br />11/12 proposed state budget maintains roughly the same funding levels<br />
    5. 5. Construction Outlook 2011<br />Alternative Delivery Methods<br />Traditionally Design Bid Build<br />Awarded to lowest responsible bidder<br />Legislation Allows Caltrans Ten Design Build Projects<br />Five Local Projects<br />Private Public Partnership in San Francisco (D-4)<br />Partnering<br />Caltrans/Construction Partnering Steering Committee<br />Construction Deputies <br />Top Management of Construction Firms<br />Conducted Joint Training<br />
    6. 6. Construction Outlook 2011<br />I-5 South<br />
    7. 7. Construction Outlook 2011<br />Schuyler Heim Bridge <br />
    8. 8. Construction Outlook 2011<br />Gerald Desmond Bridge<br />
    9. 9. Additional Information<br /><br />Or <br /><br /> Click on ‘Engineering’<br /> Click on ‘Contractor Info Table’<br />Or Google a contract number:<br />07-241304<br />
    10. 10. Additional Information<br />Projects less than $250,000<br />Division of Procurement and Contracts<br /><br />
    11. 11. Construction Outlook 2011<br />Questions? <br />