working in partnership with                Birmingham Highways  Maintenance and Management ServiceWMHA – Working Together ...
working in partnership withPaul O’DayBirmingham City CouncilStreet Services Manager
Overview of Birmingham PFI                  working in partnership with• Birmingham – 2nd largest city in the  UK with a p...
The vision                           working in partnership withThe improvements will:• Return the Citys infrastructure  t...
The vision                              working in partnership withAlso assists in delivering keycouncil strategies andobj...
The opportunities                                                                  working in partnership with•   Attracti...
Asset management challenges•   Managing inevitable change on the network – accruals and de-accruals•   Liability and reven...
City Council Savings Challenge                                                working in partnership withCity Council requ...
working in partnership withMike NotmanAmeyProject Director
Project Overview                                                 working in partnership with‘Capex’ in Core Investment Per...
Facts and Figures                                           working in partnership with• Approx. £330m of capital funding ...
Risk transfer on BirminghamHighways                                                          working in partnership with• ...
Contract Efficiencies – Street Lighting Solution                                                   working in partnership ...
‘Further Efficiencies –Street Lighting innovation’                                                                working ...
‘Contract Efficiencies – Third Party Claims’                                                                working in par...
‘Contract Efficiencies –Carriageway Condition’                                                 working in partnership with...
‘Contract and Further Efficiencies –Tunnels’                                                   working in partnership with...
‘Further Efficiencies being implemented’•   Working Hours in Operational Control Room•   De-cluttering in areas such as Pe...
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The £2.7 Birmingham Highways Management & Maintenance Partnership

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Paul O’Day, Street Services Manager, Birmingham City Council and Mike Notman, Project Director, Amey

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  • The £2.7 Birmingham Highways Management & Maintenance Partnership

    1. 1. working in partnership with Birmingham Highways Maintenance and Management ServiceWMHA – Working Together in Challenging Times 4th May 2012
    2. 2. working in partnership withPaul O’DayBirmingham City CouncilStreet Services Manager
    3. 3. Overview of Birmingham PFI working in partnership with• Birmingham – 2nd largest city in the UK with a population of 1 million people• 500,000 vehicles travel in and out of the city every day• Birmingham City Council annual budget of over £3.5bn – largest in Europe• Project value of c£2.7bn over 25 years• Amey responsible for every street, BIRMINGHAM footway and associated assets in Birmingham London• Financial close - 6 May 2010• Service commencement - 7 June 2010
    4. 4. The vision working in partnership withThe improvements will:• Return the Citys infrastructure to an acceptable standard• Significantly improve the appearance of the highway network• Give local people chance to determine priorities and influence choice of materials• Bring real improvements to the quality of life in local communities
    5. 5. The vision working in partnership withAlso assists in delivering keycouncil strategies andobjectives:•‘Birmingham 2026’ vision to makeBirmingham the best place to live,learn, work and visit – a global citywith a local heart•Big City Plan - create a worldclass city centre•Benefit all users, help improveroad safety and reduce crime andthe fear of crime
    6. 6. The opportunities working in partnership with• Attractive Street Scene Environment• Improved Public Perception and Customer Satisfaction• 25 Years of collaborative Street Scene improvement• Longer term planning and co-ordination with other Street Scene Projects• Fundamental move to programmed not reactive work• More capacity for a responsive service than at present• Greater network integrity and more safety improvements• Improved Energy Management and Carbon Reduction• Asset Management Certainty – long term sustainable environment
    7. 7. Asset management challenges• Managing inevitable change on the network – accruals and de-accruals• Liability and revenue consequences• Designing out maintenance costs• De-cluttering the highway• Interface with other activity on the network• Total Council asset – Public Highway (HMPE) or not – who maintains it?• Council activity – e.g. horticultural maintenance
    8. 8. City Council Savings Challenge working in partnership withCity Council required to save £400m over 4 yearsHighways PFI contract required to deliver up to £5m year-on-year saving by 2014Efficiencies already built into the existing ContractHM Treasury Guidance – Making Savings in operational PFIContracts • Scope of Services • Scale of Services • Standard of Services • Insurance / Risk Allocation • Balance between investment and operational activities
    9. 9. working in partnership withMike NotmanAmeyProject Director
    10. 10. Project Overview working in partnership with‘Capex’ in Core Investment Period Years 1 - 5:• 2,547 km of carriageway – 40% treated• 4,923 km of footways – 15% treated• 95,107 street lights – 50% replaced in CIP• 27 structures strengthened in CIP• 3 tunnels refurbished• Upgrade UTC to UTMC standards‘Opex’ in Years 1 - 25• Surveys and inspections• Routine, cyclic, emergency and winter maintenance• Running UTMC• Dealing with customers via Help Desk in Operational Control Room• Lifecycle programme to maintain network to ‘performance standards’• Replacing up to1,000 trees each year
    11. 11. Facts and Figures working in partnership with• Approx. £330m of capital funding borrowed• Amey receive increasing monthly (unitary) payments as capital works are delivered• Receiving full payment each month is dependent on achieving specified performance targets £100m Capex cost CIP 100% UC £55m Lifecycle 60% UC Opex cost 5 Years 25
    12. 12. Risk transfer on BirminghamHighways working in partnership with• Contract has allocated to party best able to manage• Transferring risks gives incentives for Service Provider to improve delivery through innovative and more efficient ways of working• Optimum risk transfer reduces cost and gives greatest value for money• Output specification – defines ‘what’ is required – Amey decides ‘how’• Payments aggregated into single lump sum payment• Inflation uplift linked to RPI – Amey predict actual contract cost increases• Productivity – Amey manages team• Failure to deliver services reduces payment to Amey• TUPE governs Ts and Cs and pensions of 240 people
    13. 13. Contract Efficiencies – Street Lighting Solution working in partnership with• PFI enables long-term investment• Global leading LED solution• New technology/remote monitoring – flexibility• Improved visibility & community safety• Energy and carbon reduction through - Increased optical control - Ability to dim street lights - Efficient light source• Energy savings of 50% (£2m p.a.)• Increased reliability, less outages leading to reduced maintenance costs and better service
    14. 14. ‘Further Efficiencies –Street Lighting innovation’ working in partnership withThrough adopting collaborative working, Amey and BCC are seeking ways to secure Contract Efficiency savings;• Traffic Route LED’s – Capital Investment of £6.5m would incur energy savings of £11.5m - £23m• Dimming – Energy savings of £250,000 per annum• Trimming – Energy savings of £40,000 per annum
    15. 15. ‘Contract Efficiencies – Third Party Claims’ working in partnership with‘Red Claims’• Amey responsible for all Safety Inspections, Emergencies and highway defects/repairs• Any incident involving personal injury or property damage sits within the contract• Risk transfer encourages tighter controls to reduce liabilities‘Green Claims’• Any damage to highway property or highway network sits with Amey• Requires development of processes for incident management, culprit identification and cost recovery• Continuous improvement is encouraged against an annual cost of c£2m
    16. 16. ‘Contract Efficiencies –Carriageway Condition’ working in partnership with• Network split into 12 Districts• Carriageways divided into 4 Hierarchy categories• Visual and Technical surveys undertaken annually• Pavement Management Model determines Carriageway and Network condition• All defined targets to be achieved at each Milestone – Amey risk to outcome specification• BCC and Amey working together to review standards and propose further efficiencies
    17. 17. ‘Contract and Further Efficiencies –Tunnels’ working in partnership withContract obligation to refurbish all 3 Tunnels to modern European standards• Amey is required to carry out the refurbishment work during overnight closures together with no more than 25 weekend closures each year• Detailed report outlining the case for 6 week block closure has been submitted to the Authority for approval• Tunnels – via deferring the contractual obligation savings of £2.5m with scope for further savings
    18. 18. ‘Further Efficiencies being implemented’• Working Hours in Operational Control Room• De-cluttering in areas such as Pedestrian Guard Rail, Traffic Signs, Bollards, etc• Enhanced Standards – undertaking complementary works at better value• Review of all contract obligations• Review of all contract standards
    19. 19. working in partnership with Questions?

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