Session #2 (State Best Practice) - Fixing Flaws Fast
Maintenance of Traffic and Construction Sequencing Strategies for I-15
1:30 - 3:00 pm, Monday, June 27, 2016, University of Wyoming Convention Center, Salon E
The procurement process for the I-15 “The Point” Design-Build Project in Utah included a unique scoring approach to minimize impacts to the traveling public. Proposals for the 7-mile urban interstate reconstruction project included MOT duration costs, which defined impacts of various traffic configurations implemented through the construction. As a result the selected design-builder provided contractual commitments to traffic control the optimized the smooth flow of traffic throughout the reconstruction.
This presentation will cover how using design-build and sequencing creates a quicker solution.
• Nicholas Thomas, PE, Wilson & Company, Colorado Springs, CO
Things You’ll Learn
• Successful use of MOT Duration Values as Design-Build Selection Criteria.
• Minimizing impacts to traffic during Urban Interstate Reconstruction.
• Strategic Construction Phasing to reduce schedule risks.
Meet Our Presenter
Nicholas Thomas has focused the last 10 years of his career on Design-Build projects. Working with Wilson & Company since graduating from the University of Kansas with a B.S. in Civil Engineering in 2001, Nick has filled a variety of roles on Design-Build projects such as MOT Engineer, Roadway Design Lead, Project Engineer, and Design Manager across three states (Utah, Colorado, and Missouri).