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  1. FLARE Conventional Civil Construction PPD Informal FLARE Review T. Lackowski

  2. Engineering Plan • Proposed Services • Participate in meetings. • Continue to help formulate criteria. • Develop a Project Definition Report. • Contacts • Tom Lackowski will be the FESS primary contact. • Others in FESS will be utilized as required • Criteria and requirements should be funneled through a single point of contact to myself. PPD Informal FLARE Review T. Lackowski

  3. Project Definition Report • Describe a snapshot of the project requirements and provide a design solution, on a specific site using text, drawings, and cost estimate. • Can be developed into a CDR or used as a scope document for an A&E. • Civil scope includes site improvements, utilities, buildings, and tank foundation. PPD Informal FLARE Review T. Lackowski

  4. Elements of a Project Definition Report • Descriptive text • Stating project criteria • Design solutions • Design requirements (Environmental , site and building codes, funding body requirements) PPD Informal FLARE Review T. Lackowski

  5. Elements of a Project Definition Report • Drawings • Aerial or Road Map • Shows overall location, relationship to cities, rail, roads, power transmission lines. • Site Plan • Shows local roads, site access, tank and building locations, containment provisions • Site Section • Detailed Site Plans at Tank and Buildings PPD Informal FLARE Review T. Lackowski

  6. Elements of a Project Definition Report Building Plans • Showing equipment and space layout. • Criteria bubbles • Space Requirements • Creature comforts and equipment requirements (Temperature, humidity, process systems, fire protection, electrical) PPD Informal FLARE Review T. Lackowski

  7. Elements of a Project Definition Report • Basis of cost estimate • Cost Estimate (25% to 50% contingency level) • Construction Schedule PPD Informal FLARE Review T. Lackowski

  8. Criteria • Currently there is a general understanding of criteria. • Prior to increasing our effort (to 4 or 5 engineers) we need to solidify and get more specific space and utility requirements. I believe most of the criteria is known, but it still needs refinement, including documentation. PPD Informal FLARE Review T. Lackowski

  9. Design Solution • While the needed civil construction is all pretty standard there are a number of unique issues to address. • Site selection • Spill containment and environmental issues • Protection from forest fires • Rail spur • Existing site information gathering • Water for hydro testing PPD Informal FLARE Review T. Lackowski

  10. FESS Engineering • Civil, Environmental, Architectural, Structural,Fire Protection / Detection, Mechanical (HVAC & Process Systems), Electrical and Construction Management. • The anticipated effort required is consistent with our (Fess/Eng.)current workload projections. PPD Informal FLARE Review T. Lackowski

  11. Time frame • We will need about two months to complete the Project Definition Report to a final draft for review after major criteria is understood. (Approx. 200 hrs after criteria is understood) • Once a site is selected, partnering with a local engineering firm to establish the existing site features would be cost effective. ($10 to $15K) PPD Informal FLARE Review T. Lackowski