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  1. CF Overview & Status Design Status CMGC Status Latest VE Decisions CF Total Estimated Cost Beneficial Occupancy Dates CF Organization Summary

  2. Design Status • √ Title I - completed May 04 • √ Interim services by JE between Title I/Title II – completed at the start of Title II • √ Final Tunneling Memorandum and Geotechnical Investigation Report completed Jan 05 • √ Geotechnical Baseline Report (GBR) awarded April 05 to HatchMott MacDonald

  3. Design Status – cont’d • √ Title II AE Design Kickoff March 29-30 • √ 30% design review was performed in Aug-Sept 05 • Meeting was held at JE Cypress facility to review sum total of <1,000 comments from the various disciplines • 100% civil design delivered Oct 26, 05 • Road-work for North Access Road/Survey Tower Road • Open excavation at EBD/FEE/NEH

  4. Design Status – cont’d • 60% design review scheduled for Oct 28 (will likely be delayed ~ 3 weeks as a result of recent VE decisions) • 100% design review Jan 18, 05 • Progress drawings for design reviews are available at http://www-ssrl.slac.stanford.edu/lcls/cf/ • When performing design reviews… • A commitment for a timely review and response back to JE is necessary • system mgrs • citizen committees • various groups and departments, i.e. CEF, ES&H, SU

  5. Design Status – cont’d • 30% construction cost estimate delivered by JE Oct 4, 05 ($74.3M) • Title I Estimate $50.2M • DCN process was followed for all design changes to include estimated hard cost • Valued at ~$3.5M • 30% independent cost estimate delivered by WDWC Oct 7, 05 ($66.4M) • Title I Estimate $72M • Reconciliation report needs to be completed

  6. CMGC Status • Approved! • SO DOE • Chicago DOE • Washington DOE • Awarded to Turner Construction (TC) Oct 17, 05 • Phase I - $.6M • Phase II - $12M • Incentive Fee - $.55M • Safety • Schedule

  7. CM/GC Phase 1 Effort • Phase 1 – preconstruction activities to include: • Provide effective overlap period and oversight of effort during Title II • Estimates during Title II • CPM Schedule • Identify lead-time for critical items • Design coordination • Constructability reviews • Value Engineering reviews • Site investigation

  8. CM/GC Phase 1 Effort – cont’d • Develop construction bid packages • Develop list and contact potential bidders • Develop prequalification criteria • Solicit bids • Recommend award to SLAC for approval of subcontractor • Award contract to subcontractors

  9. CM/GC Phase 1 Effort – cont’d • Develop Project Management Plan (PMP) • Construction Management Plan – outlines project scope, organization, and specific approach to accomplish project • Project Safety Plan – project specific identifying job hazards, safety performance and individuals responsible for project safety • Procurement Plan – identifies systems, methods and procedures for solicitation to subcontractors • Quality Control and Assurance Plan – method of controlling time, cost and quality of various management tasks specific to the project

  10. CM/GC Phase 2 Effort • Phase 2 – CM/GC shall provide all materials, labor, and services required to construct the Project • All general conditions including field personnel, office staff, temporary offices, temporary construction, safety implementation, construction equipment, coordination of all subs, project administration, construction waste management, commissioning

  11. CMGC Status – cont’d • Held Kick-off meeting Oct 19, 05 • Delivered cost estimates from both JE and WDWC • AE Design schedule • Other data was relayed i.e. weekly Owner/Architect/Contractor (OAC) meetings, etc • Critical message • Safety First! • Cost estimate for CLOC • Construction sequencing, particularly the demolition of FFTB • Civil work • North Access Road • Open cut • Schedule of preparation of procurement packages for construction • Remaining Phase II work

  12. Cost Estimates Largest variance! JE Est WDWC Est

  13. Title II JE Cost Summary by CSI Title II Est $74.4M Title I Est $50M Variance $24.1M↑

  14. Title II JE Cost Summary by CSI Site-work $4.2M (TI) vs $7.4 (TII) delta of $3.2M↑ Mechanical $8M (TI) vs $13.4M (TII) delta of $5.4M↑ Electrical $5.8M (TI) vs $12.8 (TII) delta of $7M↑

  15. Title II JE Cost Summary by Area • Areas with most significant increase: • UH $4.3M →$10.9M • NEH $6.4M →$9.6M • CUP $395K →$2.8M • XRT $3.8M →$5.7M • FEH $6M →$10.7M • CLOC $12.9M →$21.3M

  16. Title II Breakdown by Structure (with Area)

  17. Cost Estimate • Delta results in reduction in scope of various items • To date $11M worth of scope has been reduced • Total value of items continue to fall short of remaining in the box by ~$3.6M

  18. VE Scope Reductions - Tunneling

  19. T2 – shorten xrt 60’ and access tunnel 40’ • T3a – enlarge access tunnel to 19’ • T5a/b – square off transition tunnel, shift FEH 60’ to the west (T2) • T6 – cut/cover FEH (not approved) XRT/FEH Tunnel Floor Plan

  20. Architectural, Site, Finishes

  21. Architectural, Site, Finishes – cont’d

  22. A01 – Delete masonry veneer NEH – Service Yard Entrance

  23. A15 – Reduce glazing

  24. A07 – 3rd floor shell only, no interior build out CLOC Floor Plan 3rd Floor

  25. A12 – Eliminate Conf Ctr Conf Center Floor Plan Conf Center Elevation

  26. Architectural, Site, Finishes – cont’d

  27. G08 – use pan form concrete NEH Cross Section

  28. G10 – reduce size of basement level shaft NEH Floor Plan – Basement Level

  29. Architectural, Site, Finishes – cont’d

  30. S06 – replace screen wall at CUP service yard w/ 8’ mesh fence Site Plan

  31. S04 – reduce retaining walls S03 – reduce excavated bowl Site Plan - CLOC

  32. Mechanical Scope Reductions

  33. Mechanical Scope Reductions – cont’d

  34. Mechanical Scope Reductions – cont’d

  35. M13 – place baseline UH design with alt plan

  36. Mechanical Scope Reductions – cont’d

  37. Electrical Scope Reductions

  38. Electrical Scope Reductions – cont’d

  39. Summary of Scope Reductions • Tunneling - $.847M • Architectural, Structural, General - $4.484M • Mechanical - $3.782M • Electrical - $1.762M • Running Total = ~$11M • All cost reductions have been approved by Systems Managers and Project Office.

  40. BTH UNDULATOR HALL ELECTRON BEAM DUMP & FEE NEAR EXPERIMENTAL HALL AND CENTRAL LABS & OFFICE X-RAY TRANSPORT & DIAGNOSTICS TUNNEL FAR EXPERIMENTAL HALL (redesign) LCLS CF Rendering At grade in RSY Location of Pep Ring Rd Cut & Cover

  41. CF Cost Estimate – Aug 05 Total CF Cost = $80.6M

  42. Beneficial Occupancy Dates (L3 and L4) Sector 20 3/31/06 MMF 4/3/06

  43. CF Staff FY 06-08

  44. Summary • Open Issues… • Prepare for upcoming Lehman visit on Nov 17, 05 • Demonstrate readiness for CD-3 Review (7-9 February 2006) • Title II 60% design review coming shortly (?) • Geotechnical Baseline Report (GBR) in process, due in parallel with design by outside separate consultant • Independent Seismic Peer Reviewer on-board and working with JE (Forell/Elsesser Engineers, Inc.) • S20 and MMF to complete construction in the next 120 calendar days by XL Construction • Changes will delay BO date

  45. Summary – cont’d • Turner Construction (TC) to begin full steam ahead • Conduct cost estimate and major planning, conduct VE and constructability reviews, project schedule and develop bid packages • Possible advancement Phase II effort • RSY North Access Road [1] • Memo was sent SSO requesting approval to commence this activity • Open-cut of NEH area [1] ? • Utility investigation? • Title III Construction for RSY – CLOC by TC (03/06) • MEP Technical Review will be required within the next 4 weeks • Resolution to additional near future de-scope items

  46. End of presentation