Roy Fisher Outlook 2012

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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. How many people have never done a Caltrans contract before?
  • 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. We’re in District 8 today.
  • Add in the 405 design build and its over $2 billion in District 7. Other districts are the same: District 8 shows $330 million under Caltrans administration but there is a lot of SanBAG and RTC work done through oversight. Last year, statewide we were at $10.3 billion, but District 7 was at $1.4 billion. Last year, D-7 had $444 million in the pipeline at this meeting. Today, we have $542,454,000 in the pipeline. We take bids tomorrow on a $192,000,000 project, so this number will drop to $350,454,000. But this project will be replaced by the Empire project on I-5 in Burbank roughly estimated at $220 M.
  • < $1M : methacrylate and joint seals, traffic signals/curb ramps, cold plane and overlay, $1M - $3M : cold plane and overlay, landscaping and irrigation, replace approach slabs, concrete barrier,$3M - $5M : upgrade freeway gore areas, methacrylate and joint seals, MBGR and concrete barrier and widen shoulder$5M - $10 M : Replace Paramount bridge, $10M - $25M : restore seawall and rehab shoulder, cold plane and overlay and replace concrete slabs, $25M - $50M : replace concrete slabs, cold plane and overlay$50M - $100M : widen roadway and bridges and construct retaining walls$100M - $200M : widen and realign freeway and construct bridges (seg3 Rosecrans) and (seg4 Imperial Hwy), replace concrete panels and widen median, concrete panel replacement and widen roadway and bridges (710 longlife pavement $192M tomorrow); $500M+ : 405 design build MTA contract, jointly administeredCarolino
  • 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.
  • On the 10, starting at the 605 going east. Flatiron West is the contractor.$83M
  • MCM/Security Paving JV is the contractor. $139M
  • Flatiron West is the contractor.$120.5 M
  • Bids open April 21. EE of $177 million
  • MCM is the contractor.$210 M
  • Auxilliary lanes and replace 9th Street bridge. Flatiron West is the contractor.$23.8M
  • Kiewit is the contractor$739M
  • $750 million project to do oversight. Teams have been short listed.
  • Major contracts – sorted by districts
  • Curbs and sidewalks, drainage inlets, signs, etc.
  • Roy Fisher Outlook 2012

    1. 1. Caltrans District 7 Los Angeles & Ventura CountiesRoy L. FisherDeputy District DirectorCaltrans February 8, 2012
    2. 2. Construction Outlook 2012 # Ongoing Percent of Total Current Percent of District Contracts Total # Allotment Total $Statewide 611 100.00% $ 9,939,367,634.43 100.00% NR 132 21.60% $ 1,664,340,846.00 16.74% CR 127 20.79% $ 1,055,749,045.43 10.62% 1 28 4.58% $ 160,676,099.00 1.62% 7 2 101 35 $1,604,510,449 5.73% $ 397,521,800.00 4.00% 3 69 11.29% $ 1,106,142,947.00 11.13%4 - Non-Toll 99 16.20% $ 1,889,657,082.28 19.01% 4-Toll 4 0.65% $ 2,400,469,266.00 24.15% 5 49 8.02% $ 418,405,773.43 4.21% 6 34 5.56% $ 354,632,772.00 3.57% 7 101 16.53% $ 1,604,510,449.00 16.14% 8 50 8.18% $ 330,281,528.00 3.32% 9 11 1.80% $ 20,401,700.00 0.21% 10 33 5.40% $ 262,308,800.00 2.64% 11 55 9.00% $ 597,164,736.95 6.01% 12 43 7.04% $ 397,194,680.77 4.00%Statewide 611 100.00% $ 9,939,367,634.43 100.00%
    3. 3. Construction Outlook 2012Current Contract # Ongoing Percent of Cumulative Allotment Contracts Total # Percentage Less Than $1M 192 31.42% 31.42% $1M - $3M 168 27.50% 58.92% $3M - $5M 50 8.18% 67.10% $5M - $10M 63 10.31% 77.41% $10M - $25M 54 8.84% 86.25% $25M - $50M 37 6.06% 92.31% $50M - $100M 31 5.07% 97.38% $100M - $200M 11 1.80% 99.18% $200M - $500M 4 0.65% 99.84% $500M + 1 0.16% 100.00% Total: 611 100.00%
    4. 4. Construction Outlook 2012 I-5 South
    5. 5. 10 HOV Lanes in Baldwin Park
    6. 6. 10 HOV Lanes in Baldwin Park
    7. 7. 5/14 HOV and Connector
    8. 8. 5/170 HOV and Connector
    9. 9. 5/170 HOV and Connector
    10. 10. Construction Outlook 2012 Schuyler Heim Bridge
    11. 11. 110 Auxilliary Lanes
    12. 12. 110 Harbor Freeway
    13. 13. 405 HOV Design Build
    14. 14. 405 HOV Design Build
    15. 15. Construction Outlook 2012 Gerald Desmond Bridge
    16. 16. Additional Informationwww.dot.ca.gov/hq/esc/oe/contractor_info/Orwww.dot.ca.gov Click on ‘Engineering’ Click on ‘Contractor Info Table’Or Google a contract number: 07-241304
    17. 17. Additional Information Projects less than $250,000 Division of Procurement and Contracts http://caltrans-opac.ca.gov/
    18. 18. Construction Outlook 2012 Questions?

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