Facility Advisory CommitteeLINAC Coherent Light Source Project Conventional FacilitiesOverview and Status
Conventional Facilities • Turner contract close-out and claims • Close out process • Contract requirements catalogued and monitored for each trade contract. • Weekly status meeting. • Progress reported at weekly Owner meeting. • Construction Claim • Settlement terms negotiated. • Terms under review by Turner and SLAC.
Previous Review • Lessons Learned • Initial report on Safety. • Clear Expectations. • Double Standards. • Consistent Enforcement. • Similar report for Pre-construction, Bid Phase, Construction and Close-out to follow. • Early participation by Construction consultant. • Reliable Engineer’s Estimate. • Proper selection of field staff. • Knowledge of project history.
Previous Review • Walk-downs (acceptance Testing) • Commissioning Plan specified. • Commissioning Agent contract. • Commissioning Reports. • SLAC participation. • Inspections/Punch Lists
Previous Review • Punch Lists • Initiated by CM/GC. • Input from stakeholders. • Maintained, managed by Conventional Facilities • Executed by Turner and trade contractors. • Verified and closed by Conventional Facilities. • Status • BTH – EBD • CUP – NEH • XTOD - FEH
Previous Review • As-built and red-lines • Trade contractors maintaining red lines. • Red lines required to close-out contract. • Turner to consolidate all red lines from trades. • Turner to submit consolidated red lines to SLAC. • SLAC to process red lines into single set of as-built markup. • SLAC to forward to Jacobs for processing. • Jacobs to prepare As-builts (estimate for delivery – April 2009).
Previous Review • Warranties and Spares • Warranty and repair periods defined in Certificate of Substantial Completion. • Spares are to be inventoried and forwarded to SLAC stores. • Construction debris will be removed from the site and recycled.
Previous Review • Construction clean-up • Demobilization to be completed by end of calendar year. • Site plan under preparation • Identify temporary facilities and/or utilities to remain. • Identify final condition of the project site. • Acceptance criteria defined. • Construction site returned to Laboratory.
Previous Review • Sealing and Painting • All paved surfaces finished. • All painting completed. • Sealing remains in the access tunnel segment. • Floor sealing in Beam Dump area removed from Turner contract due to installation work.
Previous Review • Construction Power • Construction power provided by Laboratory. • All downstream equipment (contractor-owned) to be removed. • Limited power available within Access Tunnel. • Conduits and cables will be removed, not abandoned.
Previous Review • Transfer of Custody (of equipment) completed forms • Project procedure developed for transition to operations phase. • Chain of Custody defined for all key systems. • Turner to Conventional Facilities. • Conventional Facilities to Installation Group • Conventional Facilities to Laboratory.
Previous Review • Roll-off (de-staffing) Plan • Project transition to Operations includes new organization structure. • Turner’s roll-off agreed to by Conventional Facilities. • Trade contractors re-assigning workers, returning to halls.
Substantial Completion Dates Central Utility PlantNov. 08 Undulator HallNov. 08 Beam TransferNov. 08 Near Experimental HallNov. 08 Beam DumpNov. 08 Front End EnclosureNov. 08 Xray/DiagnosticsNov. 08 Far Experimental HallNov. 08
Next 6 Months • CONSTRUCTION • Complete Site Restoration • Complete Punch Lists • De-mobilize Construction Site • Close-out Trade Contracts • Close-out Turner Contract (before March 2009) • Initiate FEH Hutch build-out • Initiate office space plan
Summary • Substantial Completion for last segment November 2008 • Interface with DOE, SLAC, Tech. Systems, CM/GC to transfer facility to Laboratory • Last 10 months safety performance very good.