Program and Project Management at the New World Trade Center

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After the terrorist attacks of 9/11, lower Manhattan was left shattered but determined to rebuild. As the debris was removed and plans were developed for the rebuilding of the site it was apparent order had to be imposed on the site. Parsons Brinckerhoff was part of the team selected to provide program and project management for this effort. The presentation will provide an overview of these efforts undertaken to coordinate the various ownership and client groups during the rebuilding of the World Trade Center complex.
Attendees of this program can expect to learn the following:
• Differences between the former World Trade Center and the new World Trade Center
• A solution for organization used by a joint venture firm at the World Trade Center
• Leadership principles for a large project
• Management principles for a large project

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Program and Project Management at the New World Trade Center

  1. 1. 12 June 2013 1World Trade Center - CSI
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  3. 3. 12 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI 3The World Trade Center
  4. 4. • The Tragedy & Aftermath• The New World Trade Center• Organization• Leadership• Management• Update – recent events• What you can do12 June 2013 4World Trade Center - CSI
  5. 5. 12 June 2013 5World Trade Center - CSIThe Tragedy & Aftermath
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  7. 7. Agenda12 June 2013 7World Trade Center - CSI
  8. 8. Agenda12 June 2013 8World Trade Center - CSI
  9. 9. Agenda12 June 2013 9World Trade Center - CSI
  10. 10. Agenda12 June 2013 10World Trade Center - CSI
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  12. 12. 12• Transportation Hub• Tower 1• Tower 2• Tower 3• Tower 4• Tower 5• Tower 7• Memorial & Museum• Retail Complex• Vehicle Security Center• Performing Arts Center• Streets & Open SpacesTower 6Vehicle Security CenterProject Office12 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI
  13. 13. Today12 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI 13
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  16. 16. North TowerSouth TowerTower 1Tower 7Tower 2Tower 3Tower 4PACWTC 5WTC 7WTC 4WTC 6Before 9/11New Design12 June 2013 16World Trade Center - CSI
  17. 17. 12 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI 17North TowerSouth TowerTower 1Tower 2Tower 3 Tower 4
  18. 18. Before 9/11New DesignNorth TowerTower 1Tower 7Tower 2Tower 3Tower 4WTC 7PACOculusPavilionVSCWTC 4WTC 5WTC 3WTC 6South Tower12 June 2013 18World Trade Center - CSI
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  20. 20. 12 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI 20New Former New Former New Former New Former New Former New Former New FormerTower # 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7Antenna, ft 1776 1727 1350 1240Roof, ft 1368 1368 1270 1362 1155 242 974.8 118 743 118 105 741 610Top Floor, ft 1314 1347 1270 1341 1155Floors Count 105 110 88 110 80 22 72 9 42 9 8 52 47Area, M ft22.60 4.30 2.53 4.30 2.00 0#1.80 0.50 1.30 0.50 0.50 1.70 1.87#unknownNew FormerTotal AreaM ft2 11.93 11.97WTC: Former versus New
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  22. 22. 22TowersTower AntennaRoof (Feet)Floors Floor Area (SF)Million117761368105 2.621350127079 2.531240115571 2.04-97564 1.85-74342 1.37-74152 1.712 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI
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  24. 24. 24TowersTower AntennaRoof (Feet)Floors Floor Area (SF)Million117761368105 2.621350127079 2.531240115571 2.04-97564 1.85-74342 1.37-74152 1.712 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI
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  26. 26. 26TowersTower AntennaRoof (Feet)Floors Floor Area (SF)Million117761368105 2.621350127079 2.531240115571 2.04-97564 1.85-74342 1.37-74152 1.712 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI
  27. 27. 12 June 2013 27Transportation Hub• Between Towers 2 & 3• 800,000 SF• 250,000 pedestrians per day• Multi-story central transit hall– lower concourse– upper (balcony) concourse– public waiting area– first-class retail amenities (200,000 SF)• Enhanced permanent PATH facilities& services• Integrated network of undergroundpedestrian connectionsWorld Trade Center - CSI
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  29. 29. 29TowersTower AntennaRoof (Feet)Floors Floor Area (SF)Million117761368105 2.621350127079 2.531240115571 2.04-97564 1.85-74342 1.37-74152 1.712 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI
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  31. 31. 31TowersTower AntennaRoof (Feet)Floors Floor Area (SF)Million117761368105 2.621350127079 2.531240115571 2.04-97564 1.85-74342 1.37-74152 1.712 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI
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  33. 33. 33TowersTower AntennaRoof (Feet)Floors Floor Area (SF)Million117761368105 2.621350127079 2.531240115571 2.04-97564 1.85-74342 1.37-74152 1.712 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI
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  35. 35. 35• Transportation Hub• Tower 1• Tower 2• Tower 3• Tower 4• Tower 5• Tower 7• Memorial & Museum• Retail Complex• Vehicle Security Center• Performing Arts Center• Streets & Open SpacesTower 6Vehicle Security CenterProject Office12 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI
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  37. 37. 37Memorial & Museum• Two massive pools (nearly 1 acre each)• Names inscribed edges of pools• Eight-acre landscaped plaza (300+ trees)• Museum below grade12 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI
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  39. 39. • Transportation Hub• Tower 1• Tower 2• Tower 3• Tower 4• Tower 5• Tower 7• Memorial & Museum• Retail Complex• Vehicle Security Center• Performing Arts Center• Streets & Open SpacesTower 6Vehicle Security CenterProject OfficeWorld Trade Center - CSI 3912 June 201312 June 2013
  40. 40. 40Retail Complex• 500,000 SF• Six levels– Two-levels below-grade concourse• World Financial Center to Fulton Street Transit Center• Below-grade Transportation Hub– Street level• Church Street, Cortlandt Way, Dey Street– Three-levels• Office towers12 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI
  41. 41. 41More WTC• Vehicle Security Center– Below-grade– Screening of vehicles– Access to facilities• Performing Arts Center– Permanent home of Joyce Center• Streets & Open Spaces• Progress– http://wtcprogress.com/– Progress photos12 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI
  42. 42. Organization: Our PurposeWe create value by reducing &eliminating friction in construction.AvailabilityAccuracyAdviceAnticipateSimplifyCoordinateRecommendVisibility & TrackingValueRevolution of new ideasSafety12 June 2013 42World Trade Center - CSI
  43. 43. Our Core ValuesWe always do what is right.We are better together.We strive to improve and exceed expectations.We appreciate others and care about the wider communities.12 June 2013 43World Trade Center - CSI
  44. 44. Our Role• Client: Port Authority of NY & NJ• Professional Services– Construction Management - Transportation Hub– Coordination of Site Construction Logistics• Joint Venture– PB & URS– Supplemented with 3rd party consultants– US$ 100 million– 1 Nov 2006– 5 years, three 1-year extensions12 June 2013 44World Trade Center - CSI
  45. 45. Our Client: Port Authorityof New York & New Jersey• Conceives, builds, operates and maintains criticalinfrastructure• Simple mission: To keep the region moving– Owner’s Controlled Insurance Program (OCIP)– Safety Team– Police Force– Aide Station– Security Force– Railroad/subway (east-west)12 June 2013 45World Trade Center - CSI
  46. 46. Our Scope of WorkStaff support in the construction management of all activities for WTCPre-construction & construction phases Environmental complianceValue engineering Quality Assurance & Quality ControlMaterial availability & risk assessment Site safety & health managementConstruction inspection SchedulingContract administration Cost managementDocument control & records management Procurement managementTechnical engineering expertise &supportEstimating (independent)Design development exercises forconstructability & bidabilityMinority & Women Owned Businessescompliance monitoringIntegrated staff: embedded with client12 June 2013 46World Trade Center - CSI
  47. 47. Leadership• Doing the right things• Make our client look good• Create solutions• Obstacle removal• Safety• Communications• Budget12 June 2013 47World Trade Center - CSIStart with the end in mind
  48. 48. 12 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI 48Safety
  49. 49. 12 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI 49Safety Management SystemTracking Tool (SMST2)• New Idea• In-house creation• Web-based application• Real-time• Visibility & Tracking– Email notification of Incidents & Observations– Trend Analysis• Indicators– Lagging– Leading
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  54. 54. Communications• Client’s eyes & ears• Integrated into the team• Each day• Every day• Without exceptionYou can not over-communicate!12 June 2013 54World Trade Center - CSI
  55. 55. Budget• The budget is yours, not the finance people• Frequent review• Inception to Date (ITD) – Actual Costs• Estimate to Complete (ETC) – Forecast• Estimate at Completion (EAC) – ITD + ETC12 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI 55
  56. 56. Management• Doing things right• 4D Modeling• Security• Site Logistics• Communications12 June 2013 56World Trade Center - CSIAnticipateSimplifyCoordinateRecommend
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  58. 58. 12 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI 58Overcoming Challenges• Clash Detection• Construction Sequence Analysis• Scenario DevelopmentSee it before you build it
  59. 59. 12 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI 59Samples of 4D Modeling
  60. 60. 12 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI 60Site Logistics• Phasing and Staging Work• Security• Communications– Weekly Meetings
  61. 61. 12 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI 61Phasing & Staging Work
  62. 62. 12 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI 626 Month Look AheadDaily Manpower AnalysisTrucking Analysis
  63. 63. 12 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI 63Trucking Histogram
  64. 64. 12 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI 64SecuritySecurity Fence•Hardened Perimeter•Fencing standards•Fence graphics•Studies•Barriers•Access – gates•Iris scan
  65. 65. 12 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI65Iris Scan
  66. 66. Communications• Weekly Meeting Thursday 0900 hours• Walk the site by video• To prepare for the ‘walk about’ on Friday• Each stake holder briefs• Non-confrontational• Informative• Issue identification• Not Issue resolution12 June 2013 66World Trade Center - CSI
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  68. 68. Communications• Monthly updates with PATH*• Weekly PATH ‘on the tracks’ class• Weekly interface meetings• Logistics coordination• Site-wide Construction• West Bathtub• East Bathtub• Contractor Coordination12 June 2013 68World Trade Center - CSIPort Authority Trans Hudson
  69. 69. 12 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI 69Daily Narrative Report• Each day• Every day• Without exception• Web-based
  70. 70. Update – recent events12 June 2013 70World Trade Center - CSI
  71. 71. 10 May 2013• Tallest building in USA• Tallest building in western hemisphere• 3rd tallest building in world– Burj Khalifa Dubai – 2,722 feet– Tokyo Sky Tree Tokyo – 2,080 feet12 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI 71
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  80. 80. What you can do12 June 2013 80World Trade Center - CSI
  81. 81. https://www.911memorial.org/visitor-passes12 June 2013 World Trade Center - CSI 81
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