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CF Overview & Status • Design Status • CMGC Status • Latest VE Decisions

CF Overview & Status • Design Status • CMGC Status • Latest VE Decisions • CF Total Estimated Cost • Beneficial Occupancy Dates • CF Organization • Summary Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Design Status √ Title I - completed May 04 √ Interim services by JE

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 Hatch. Mott Mac. Donald Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Design Status – cont’d √ Title II AE Design Kickoff March 29 -30 √

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 Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Design Status – cont’d 60% design review scheduled for Oct 28 (will likely be

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 Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Design Status – cont’d 30% construction cost estimate delivered by JE Oct 4, 05

Design Status – cont’d 30% construction cost estimate delivered by JE Oct 4, 05 ($74. 3 M) Title I Estimate $50. 2 M DCN process was followed for all design changes to include estimated hard cost Valued at ~$3. 5 M 30% independent cost estimate delivered by WDWC Oct 7, 05 ($66. 4 M) Title I Estimate $72 M Reconciliation report needs to be completed Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

CMGC Status Approved! SO DOE Chicago DOE Washington DOE Awarded to Turner Construction (TC)

CMGC Status Approved! SO DOE Chicago DOE Washington DOE Awarded to Turner Construction (TC) Oct 17, 05 Phase I - $. 6 M Phase II - $12 M Incentive Fee - $. 55 M Safety Schedule Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

CM/GC Phase 1 Effort Phase 1 – preconstruction activities to include: Provide effective overlap

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 Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

CM/GC Phase 1 Effort – cont’d Develop construction bid packages Develop list and contact

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 Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

CM/GC Phase 1 Effort – cont’d Develop Project Management Plan (PMP) Construction Management Plan

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 Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

CM/GC Phase 2 Effort Phase 2 – CM/GC shall provide all materials, labor, and

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 Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

CMGC Status – cont’d Held Kick-off meeting Oct 19, 05 Delivered cost estimates from

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 Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Cost Estimates Largest variance! JE Est WDWC Est Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF

Cost Estimates Largest variance! JE Est WDWC Est Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Title II JE Cost Summary by CSI Title II Est $74. 4 M Title

Title II JE Cost Summary by CSI Title II Est $74. 4 M Title I Est $50 M Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity Variance $24. 1 M↑ David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Title II JE Cost Summary by CSI Site-work $4. 2 M (TI) vs $7.

Title II JE Cost Summary by CSI Site-work $4. 2 M (TI) vs $7. 4 (TII) delta of $3. 2 M↑ Mechanical $8 M (TI) vs $13. 4 M (TII) delta of $5. 4 M↑ Electrical $5. 8 M (TI) vs $12. 8 (TII) delta of $7 M↑ Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Title II JE Cost Summary by Areas with most significant increase: • UH $4.

Title II JE Cost Summary by Areas with most significant increase: • UH $4. 3 M →$10. 9 M • NEH $6. 4 M →$9. 6 M • CUP $395 K →$2. 8 M • XRT $3. 8 M →$5. 7 M • FEH $6 M →$10. 7 M • CLOC $12. 9 M →$21. 3 M Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Title II Breakdown by Structure (with Area) Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design,

Title II Breakdown by Structure (with Area) Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Cost Estimate Delta results in reduction in scope of various items To date $11

Cost Estimate Delta results in reduction in scope of various items To date $11 M worth of scope has been reduced Total value of items continue to fall short of remaining in the box by ~$3. 6 M Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

VE Scope Reductions - Tunneling Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and

VE Scope Reductions - Tunneling Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

 • T 2 – shorten xrt 60’ and access tunnel 40’ • T

• T 2 – shorten xrt 60’ and access tunnel 40’ • T 3 a – enlarge access tunnel to 19’ • T 5 a/b – square off transition tunnel, shift FEH 60’ to the west (T 2) • T 6 – cut/cover FEH (not approved) XRT/FEH Tunnel Floor Plan Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Architectural, Site, Finishes Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity

Architectural, Site, Finishes Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Architectural, Site, Finishes – cont’d Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and

Architectural, Site, Finishes – cont’d Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

A 01 – Delete masonry veneer NEH – Service Yard Entrance Oct 27, 2005

A 01 – Delete masonry veneer NEH – Service Yard Entrance Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

A 15 – Reduce glazing Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and

A 15 – Reduce glazing Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

A 07 – 3 rd floor shell only, no interior build out CLOC Floor

A 07 – 3 rd floor shell only, no interior build out CLOC Floor Plan 3 rd Floor Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

A 12 – Eliminate Conf Ctr Conf Center Floor Plan Conf Center Elevation Oct

A 12 – Eliminate Conf Ctr Conf Center Floor Plan Conf Center Elevation Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Architectural, Site, Finishes – cont’d Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and

Architectural, Site, Finishes – cont’d Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

G 08 – use pan form concrete NEH Cross Section Oct 27, 2005 FAC

G 08 – use pan form concrete NEH Cross Section Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

G 10 – reduce size of basement level shaft NEH Floor Plan – Basement

G 10 – reduce size of basement level shaft NEH Floor Plan – Basement Level Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Architectural, Site, Finishes – cont’d Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and

Architectural, Site, Finishes – cont’d Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

S 06 – replace screen wall at CUP service yard w/ 8’ mesh fence

S 06 – replace screen wall at CUP service yard w/ 8’ mesh fence Site Plan Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

S 04 – reduce retaining walls S 03 – reduce excavated bowl Site Plan

S 04 – reduce retaining walls S 03 – reduce excavated bowl Site Plan - CLOC Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Mechanical Scope Reductions Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity

Mechanical Scope Reductions Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Mechanical Scope Reductions – cont’d Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and

Mechanical Scope Reductions – cont’d Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Mechanical Scope Reductions – cont’d Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and

Mechanical Scope Reductions – cont’d Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

M 13 – place baseline UH design with alt plan Oct 27, 2005 FAC

M 13 – place baseline UH design with alt plan Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Mechanical Scope Reductions – cont’d Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and

Mechanical Scope Reductions – cont’d Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Electrical Scope Reductions Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity

Electrical Scope Reductions Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Electrical Scope Reductions – cont’d Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and

Electrical Scope Reductions – cont’d Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Summary of Scope Reductions Tunneling - $. 847 M Architectural, Structural, General - $4.

Summary of Scope Reductions Tunneling - $. 847 M Architectural, Structural, General - $4. 484 M Mechanical - $3. 782 M Electrical - $1. 762 M Running Total = ~$11 M All cost reductions have been approved by Systems Managers and Project Office. Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

At grade in RSY LCLS CF Rendering Cut & Cover Location of Pep Ring

At grade in RSY LCLS CF Rendering Cut & Cover Location of Pep Ring Rd BTH UNDULATOR HALL ELECTRON BEAM DUMP & FEE NEAR EXPERIMENTAL HALL AND CENTRAL LABS & OFFICE X-RAY TRANSPORT & DIAGNOSTICS TUNNEL FAR EXPERIMENTAL HALL (redesign) Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

CF Cost Estimate – Aug 05 Total CF Cost = $80. 6 M Oct

CF Cost Estimate – Aug 05 Total CF Cost = $80. 6 M Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Beneficial Occupancy Dates (L 3 and L 4) Sector 20 3/31/06 MMF 4/3/06 Oct

Beneficial Occupancy Dates (L 3 and L 4) Sector 20 3/31/06 MMF 4/3/06 Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

CF Staff FY 06 -08 Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and

CF Staff FY 06 -08 Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Summary Open Issues… Prepare for upcoming Lehman visit on Nov 17, 05 Demonstrate readiness

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. ) S 20 and MMF to complete construction in the next 120 calendar days by XL Construction Changes will delay BO date Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

Summary – cont’d Turner Construction (TC) to begin full steam ahead Conduct cost estimate

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 Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu

End of presentation Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity

End of presentation Oct 27, 2005 FAC Review CF Design, Cost and Schedule Maturity David Saenz [email protected] stanford. edu