1. MONTHLY PROGRESS REPORT
  2. HONOLULU ? RAIL ? TRANSIT ? PR OJECT
  3. HOIMILLI RHIL TRF1175IT
  4. HONOLULU HIGH-CAPACITY TRANSIT
  5. CORRIDOR PROJECT
  6. PROGRESS REPORT
  7. June 2010
  8. City and County of Honolulu
      1. Approved by:
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      1. Date Simon Zweigh Chief Project Officer
      2. Table of Contents Page
    1. GEC1 -PE/EIS
    2. West Oahu/Farrington Guideway - KPC
      1. 3. Procurement
      2. 9. Environment & Historical
      3. HHCTCP
      4. 14. Action items
      5. 15. List of Acronyms & Definitions
  10. Attachment "A"
  11. DTS-RTD Organizational Chart
  12. Department of Transportation Services
  13. Rapid Transit Division
    1. Rapid Transit Division
    2. Controls & Administration
    3. Rapid Transit Division
    4. Engineering and Construction
  14. Department of Transportation Services
  15. Rapid Transit Division
  16. Public Information & Government Relations
  17. Attachment "B" Master Project Schedule
    1. Honolulu High - Capacity Transit Corridor Project
      1. Master Program Schedule
    2. PE320 Procurement Kamehameha Guideway DB ,
    3. Honolulu High - Capacity Transit Corridor Project
      1. Master Program Schedule
    4. Honolulu High - Capacity Transit Corridor Project
      1. Master Program Schedule
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    1. Honolulu High - Capacity Transit Corridor Project
      1. Master Program Schedule
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
Table of Contents
Page
1. Executive Summary
3
2. Current Contract Status
5
3. Procurement Status
12
4. Current Issues & Status
14
5. ROW
16
6. Quality
19
7. Public Information
20
8. Safety & Security
22
9. Environmental & Historical Status
23
10. Staffing
25
11. Schedule Status
26
12. Cost/Budget Status
27
13. Action Items
30
14. List of Acronyms
31
Attachment "A" DTS-RTD Organization Chart
Attachment "B" Master Project Schedule
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HONOLULU HIGH-CAPACITY TRANSIT CORRIDOR PROJECT
HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
1. Executive Summary
Major project activities in June 2010 included the approval on June 14, 2010 by FTA to release
the project's Final EIS, on June 18, 2010 the FTA filed Final EIS with EPA and on June 25,
2010 the Notice of Availability was published in Federal Register. Coordination with FTA also
occurred to advance the Section 106 Programmatic Agreement to obtain signatures by the
participating agencies. The design-build West Oahu/Farrington Highway guideway contract
continued its preliminary engineering design activities as identified in its NTP #1 (mobilization),
NTP #la (preliminary engineering), and NTP #1b (soils testing) and NTP #1c which authorized
the construction of non-production test and demonstration shafts.
Four active procurements were progressed during this period:
• The Core Systems Contract will include vehicles, train control, communications, fare
collection equipment and miscellaneous other equipment. This will be a DBOM contract
and the offeror will provide for the initial systems operations. Proposals were received
and are being evaluated by the RTD team. Selection is anticipated to be completed in
October.
• The Maintenance and Storage Facility Contract will include the design, construction and
equipping of the projects maintenance and storage facility. This will be a Design Build
(DB) contract and the contractor will be required to provide coordination with the Core
Systems Contract as well as with the adjacent West Oahu/Farrington Highway (WOFH)
contract. City BFS approved the selection of Kiewit-Kobayashi JV on June 7, 2010.
• The Farrington Highway Stations Design package will include continuing preliminary
engineering and final design for the Leeward, Waipahu and West Loch Stations.
Qualification submittals have been received and are being evaluated by a designated
committee. Selection is anticipated to be completed in July.
• Kamehameha Guideway Contract will cover 3.9 miles of the project between Pearl
Highlands and Aloha Stadium along Kamehameha Highway. Selection is anticipated to
be completed in July or August.
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
Other activities occurring this period included:
• A value engineering (VE) study was completed for the station designs and is
currently being reviewed by the city.
• The City is in the process of implementing our web based contract management
system. This includes establishing various policies and procedures to support an
integrated project control process.
• The GEC continues to finalize the "bottoms-up" estimate of the project costs.
Note: All cost and schedule data is as of May 28, 2010.
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
2. Current Contract Status
Status
All cost and schedule data is as of May 28, 2010
Project Management Consultant 2
Contractor
Infraconsult LLC
Contract Number
SC-DTS-1000023
Award Date
11/19/2009
NTP Issued
11/19/2009
Contract Completion Date
11/19/2014
Anticipated Completion Date
11/19/2014
Independent Estimate
$ ?
35,000,000
Contract Value
$ ?
36,727,162
Change Orders to Date
0
Current Contract Value
$ ?
36,727,162
Expended to Date
$ ?
3,302,837
% Complete
9.0%
The PMC2 Contract with InfraConsult LLC (InfraConsult) was executed on November 19, 2009.
InfraConsult staff's, currently numbering 22 people, are embedded within the City's Rapid
Transit Division (RTD). There are no issues with the PMC Contract.
General Engineering Consultant 1
Contractor
PB
Americas
Contract Number
SC-DTS-0700001
Award Date
8/24/2007
NTP Issued
8/24/2007
Contract Completion Date
6/30/2010
Anticipated Completion Date
12/31/2010
Independent Estimate
$ ?
70,500,000
Contract Value
$ ?
85,000,000
Change Orders to Date
$ ?
30,900,000
Current Contract Value
$ ?
115,900,000
Expended to Date
$ ?
110,990,959
% Complete
96%
The GEC Contract with PB Americas, Inc. was executed in August 2007 and most recently was
amended on April 7, 2010 (Amendment #4) for an additional $12,900,000 for continued work on
the EIS and PE. Included in the $12,900,000 amount is $4,000,000 in ARRA funds for PE work
from FTA Grant HI-96-X001. The GEC expended the $4,000,000 during the quarter and
covered 55 FTEs (approximately 165 employees). RTD is working on GEC Contract
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Period Budget ?
Period Incurred
Cumulative Budget ?
Cumulative Incurred
GEC1 -PE/EIS
(thousands of dollars)
6,000
Nov-09 Dec-09 Jan-10 Feb-10 Ma r-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 ?
Jul-10
5,000
4,000
3,000
2,000
1,000
HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
Amendment #5 to cover estimated costs to October 31s
t
. There are no issues with the GEC
Contract.
30,000
25,000
20,000
15,000
10,000
5,000
Legal Services
Contractor
Nossaman
LLP
Contract Number
SC-COR-08A0186
Award Date
7/28/2008
NTP(s) Issued
6/1/2008
Contract Completion Date
5/31/2010
Anticipated Completion Date
6/1/2012
Independent Estimate
None
Contract Value
$100,000
Change Orders to Date
$700,000
Current Contract Value
$800,000
Expended to Date
$538,746
% Complete
67%
Contractor
Yamamoto & Settle
Contract Number
SC-COR-0900171
Award Date
6/30/2009
NTP(s) Issued
6/1/2009
Contract Completion Date
5/31/2011
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
Anticipated Completion Date
5/31/2012
Independent Estimate
None
Contract Value
$50,000
Change Orders to Date
$35,000
Current Contract Value
$85,000
Expended to Date
$38,866
% Complete
78%
Contractor
Kobayashi Sugita &
Goda
Contract Number
SC-COR-1000075
Award Date
4/26/2010
NTP(s) Issued
12/15/2009
Contract Completion Date
12/14/2011
Anticipated Completion Date
12/14/2011
Independent Estimate
None
Contract Value
$50,000
Change Orders to Date
$0
Current Contract Value
$50,000
Expended to Date
$0
% Complete
0%
Contractor
McCorriston Miller
Mukai MacKinnon
Contract Number
SC-COR-1000024
Award Date
12/2/2009
NTP(s) Issued
9/23/2000
Contract Completion Date
9/22/2011
Anticipated Completion Date
9/22/2011
Independent Estimate
None
Contract Value
$50,000
Change Orders to Date
$20,000
Current Contract Value
$70,000
Expended to Date
$58,805
% Complete
84%
Contractor
Ogletree Deakins Nash
Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
Contract Number
PO-COR-1000400
Award Date
10/12/2009
NTP(s) Issued
10/16/2009
Contract Completion Date
2/19/2010
Anticipated Completion Date
2/19/2010
Independent Estimate
None
Contract Value
$150,000
Change Orders to Date
$0
Current Contract Value
$150,000
Expended to Date
$95,074
% Complete
100% (of performance)
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
Utilities
Utility
Pacific LightNet
Contract Number
CT-DTS-0900502
Award Date
4/28/2010
NTP(s) Issued
4/29/2010
Contract Completion Date
OPEN
Anticipated Completion Date
OPEN
Engineers Estimate
N/A
Contract Value
$40,000
Change Orders to Date
0
Current Contract Value
$40,000
Expended to Date
0
% Complete
0%
Utility
TW Telecom
Contract Number
CT-DTS-0900505
Award Date
12/2/2009
NTP(s) Issued
12/22/2009
Contract Completion Date
Open
Anticipated Completion Date
Open
Engineers Estimate
N/A
Contract Value
$50,000
Change Orders to Date
0
Current Contract Value
$50,000
Expended to Date
0
% Complete
0%
Utility
Oceanic Time Warner
Award Date
12/8/2009
NTP(s) Issued
12/22/2009
Contract Completion Date
Open
Anticipated Completion Date
Open
Engineers Estimate
N/A
Contract Value
$40,000
Change Orders to Date
0
Current Contract Value
$40,000
Expended to Date
0
% Complete
0%
Utility
Chevron Products
Contract Number
CT-DTS-0900500
Award Date
12/4/2009
NTP(s) Issued
12/22/2009
Contract Completion Date
Open
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
Anticipated Completion Date
Open
Engineers Estimate
N/A
Contract Value
$45,000
Change Orders to Date
0
Current Contract Value
$45,000
Expended to Date
0
% Complete
0%
Utility
The Gas Company
Contract Number
CT-DTS-0900492
Award Date
12/13/2009
NTP(s) Issued
12/22/2009
Contract Completion Date
Open
Anticipated Completion Date
Open
Engineers Estimate
N/A
Contract Value
$45,000
Change Orders to Date
0
Current Contract Value
$45,000
Expended to Date
0
% Complete
0%
Utility
Hawaiian Telcom
Contract Number
CT-DTS-0900504
Award Date
5/20/2010
NTP(s) Issued
Contract Completion Date
Open
Anticipated Completion Date
Open
Engineers Estimate
N/A
Contract Value
$50,000
Change Orders to Date
0
Current Contract Value
$50,000
Expended to Date
0
% Complete
0%
Utility
Sandwich Isles
Communication
Contract Number
CT-DTS-1000354
Award Date
5/20/2010
NTP(s) Issued
Contract Completion Date
Open
Anticipated Completion Date
Open
Engineers Estimate
N/A
Contract Value
$50,000
Change Orders to Date
0
Current Contract Value
$50,000
Expended to Date
0
% Complete
0%
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Cumulative Budget ?
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West Oahu/Farrington Guideway - KPC
(thousands of dollars)
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
West Oahu / Farrington Highway Guideway Design-Build (WOFH) Contract
Contractor
Kiewit Pacific
Contract Number
CT-DTS-1000137
Execute Contract
11/17/2009
NTP(s) Issued
NTP 1
12/1/2009
NTP la
3/11/2010
NTP lb
3/23/2010
NTP lc
TBD
Contract Completion Date
7/7/2013
Anticipated Completion Date
3/18/2014
Engineers Estimate
$ ?
555,363,000
Contract Value
$ ?
482,924,000
Change Orders to Date
$0
Current Contract Value
$ ?
482,924,000
Expended to Date
$ ?
38,951,000
% Complete
8%
600,000
500,000
400,000
300,000
200,000
100,000
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
Status
• Project continues with Kiewit Pacific Company (KPC) operating under the allowable
tasks shown in Notices to Proceed 1, la, & 1 b.
• KPC has started soil boring program within Farrington Highway and Ho 'opili areas.
• KPC is progressing PE design work into the interim design phase.
• The City is preparing NTP lc that will allow KPC to proceed with the test and method
shafts to enable KPC to proceed with PE design of the foundations.
• The City and GEC contract teams relocated to the KPC Hub Office in Waipahu on May
24. All future meetings will be held at the Hub Office, unless specifically identified.
Submittals and RFI's
• To date 38 contract submittals have been received: 15 are closed, 10 are with RTD and
13 are with KPC to respond to comments.
• KPC has requested additional information from the City/GEC in 72 RFI's. At the end of
the reporting period there were 6 RFI's in process.
Payment
• Payment to Contractor to date is less than anticipated in the proposal. This is mainly due
to the revised NTP dates. However KPC has submitted its Pay Request for Period 4,
which is under review.
Design Status
• Staff from RTD and GEC travelled to Vancouver BC to review track ride quality and to
inspect the Canadian Line trackwork relative to plinthless track. KPC staff participated in
the trip and provided technical presentations on the construction techniques employed in
the fabrication of the guideway segments to tight construction tolerances required for
track construction. GEC will provide a trip report detailing its findings.
• Several definitive design submittals and Basis of Design reports have been submitted for
review. Of the 10 definitive designs submitted, the GEC has accepted 3; 4 are in GEC
review process; and 3 are with KPC to revise and resubmit.
Changes
• To date the RTD/GEC has identified 28 potential changes to the contract. The GEC has
provided its evaluation and recommendation to RTD for 10 potential changes. To date
no Change Orders have been issued.
• RTD has 5 RFC in review that upon approval will be issued to KPC.
Look Ahead
• Release of NTP #IC, to allow KPC to proceed with test and method shaft exploratory
work
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
3. Procurement
Contract Packages
Contract #
Description
Advertise
Select
NTP
DB-120
W. Oahu/Farrington Guideway DB
4/3/2009
10/21/2009
12/1/2009
DB-200
Maintenance & Storage Facility DB
7/23/2009
6/28/2010
8/10/2010
DB-320
Kamehameha Guideway DB
3/19/2010
9/3/2010
10/11/2010
DBB-170
W. Oahu Station Construct (3)
2/2/2012
5/31/2012
3/5/2013
DBB-270
Farrington Station Construct (3)
10/25/2011
2/21/2012
2/28/2012
DBB-275
Pearl Highland Sta., Garage
4/20/2012
8/17/2012
8/18/2012
DBB-370
Kamehameha Stations (2) Contract
9/19/2012
1/16/2013
1/17/2013
DBB-450
Airport Utility Relocation
11/24/2011
3/22/2012
5/6/2012
DBB-460
Airport Guideway Construct
5/17/2012
9/13/2012
9/14/2012
DBB-470
Airport Stations (3) Construct
7/6/2014
11/2/2014
11/3/2014
DBB-550
City Center Utility Relocation
1/28/2012
5/1/2612
5/27/2012
DBB-560
City Center Guideway and Ala Moana
Station Construct
4/22/2013
8/19/2013
9/21/2013
DBB-570
Dillingham Stations (3) Construct
6/11/2015
10/8/2015
10/9/2015
DBB-572
City Center Stations (3)
6/11/2015
10/8/2015
10/9/2015
DBB-575
Kaka'ako Stations (2) Construct
6/11/2015
10/8/2015
10/9/2015
DBOM-920 Core Systems DBOM
8/17/2009
8/23/2010
9/27/2010
FD-140
W. Oahu Stations (3) Design
1/14/2010
7/26/2010
8/11/2010
FD-240
Farrington Stations (3) Design
10/13/2009
6/22/2010
8/11/2010
FD-245
Pearl Highland Sta. Parking Structure &
Ramps Design
6/30/2010
10/27/2010
10/28/2010
FD-340
Kamehameha Stations (2) Design
5/28/2010
9/24/2010
3/29/2011
FD-430
Airport Utility & Guideway Design
5/28/2010
9/24/2010
9/25/2010
FD-440
Airport Stations (3) Design
9/14/2012
1/11/2013
1/12/2013
FD-530
City Center Utility, Guideway & Ala Moana
Station Design
1/3/2011
5/2/2011
5/3/2011
FD-540
Dillingham Stations (3) Design
8/20/2013
12/17/2013 12/18/2013
FD-542
City Center Stations (3) Designs
8/20/2013
12/17/2013 12/18/2013
FD-545
Kaka'ako Stations (2) Design
8/20/2013
12/17/2013 12/18/2013
MI-930
Project Wide Elevators & Escalators
1/31/2011
5/30/2011
5/6/2012
MM-180
West Oahu/Farrington Station CE&I
10/25/2011
2/21/2012
2/22/2012
MM-380
Pearl Highlands & Kam Stations CE&I
6/30/2010
10/27/2010 10/28/2010
MM-480
Airport Utility & Guideway CE&I
11/24/2011
3/22/2012
3/23/2012
MM-485
Airport & Dillingham Stations CE&I
7/6/2014
11/2/2014
11/3/2014
MM-580
City Center Utility & Guideway CE&I
1/28/2012
5/26/2012
5/27/2012
MM-585
City Center & Kaka'ako Stations CE&I
6/11/2015
10/8/2015
10/9/2015
MM-900
Program Management Support Consultant
8/12/2009
11/19/2009 11/19/2009
MM-905
General Engineering Consultant 1
8/24/2007
8/24/2007
MM-910
General Engineering Consultant 2
9/3/2009
8/6/2010
8/7/2010
MM-920
HDOT Coordination Consultant
5/28/2010
9/24/2010
9/25/2010
OF-950
Owner Furnished Plants & Shrubs
9/17/2013
1/15/2014
1/15/2014
= Actual Date
?
Data Date: ?
5/28/2010
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
CONFIDENTIAL
Kamehameha Highway Guideway DB
• Completed evaluations of Alternative Technical Concepts.
• Responding to requests for clarifications
• Preparing for submission of final addendum
• Technical and price proposals are due late July 2010
Maintenance and Storage Facility
• Notification of selection was announced June 21, 2010.
• Six firms responded to the Request for Proposal of which four were assigned to the
Priority-List.
• The conditional selection is Kiewit/Kobayashi Joint Venture.
• Selection was based on Best Value.
• Points for the Kiewit/Kobayashi JV were 11 percent higher than the second ranked team.
• Potential alternative changes in the plan for execution and implementation of the
contract because of delay of ROD are being developed
Vehicles/Core Systems DBOM
• Three firms responded to the Request for Proposals — all three were assigned to the
Priority-List
• Technical and price proposals were received June 7, 2010
• Selection is to be based on Best Value
• Review and assessment of the quality components of the evaluation criteria are
underway.
• The Evaluation Committee will determine the responsive/non-responsive status and
overall quality score of each Technical Proposal, except Price Realism, before
information contained in the Price Proposal is revealed to the Evaluation Committee.
• The expected announcement of the selection is September 2010
Farrington Station Group Final Design
• Scope and price negotiations are underway with top ranked firm
• Expect to finalize in July 2010
West Oahu Station Group Final Design
• Evaluation of proposals is in process
Pearl Highlands Station and Transit Terminal
• To better match anticipated cost with system needs alternate packaging is being
evaluated that could separate H2 Ramp, station and transit terminal. Different contract
delivery is also under consideration.
NOTE: The items discussed on this page are deemed CONFIDENTIAL and are not
intended for public release.
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
4. Current Issues & Status
West Oahu / Farrington Highway (WOFH) Guideway DB Contract
• KPC continues to proceed with preliminary engineering activities including definitive and
interim designs, and geotechnical investigations.
• The contractor has been given authorization to proceed with the method and test shaft
program. They are in the process of procuring the equipment for this work effort.
• RTD and GEC staffs continue attending the task force team meetings with the contractor
and their design subconsultants. Coordination on the plinthless track design continues.
• Contractor submittals and RFI's are being reviewed and responded to.
• RTD and GEC staffs have moved into the construction office in Waipahu.
• Contract management has been implemented as the communication software between
RTD/GEC and the contractor.
• Meetings are held bi-weekly between the GEC and RTD staffs to discuss status and
issues.
• Action item list which includes the action item, responsible person and due date is
reviewed at the beginning of each meeting.
Maintenance and Storage Facility DB Contract
• Provided the technical information to the evaluation committee on the proposals by the
offerors.
CORE Systems DBOM Contract
• The CSC selection committee met to review results of the technical proposal.
• Finalized "Level Boarding "report which is part of the roadmap deliverable.
• Discussing proposed changes and impacts to the emergency walkway and lighting
needs. The GEC will provide a recommendation for Red's review and evaluation.
• Some uncertainty exists how conduits are routed from the trapezoidal box, at stations
and how these are routed into the train control room. This issue exists at every station.
Additional meetings are set up with the GEC and the WOFH contractor (KPC) to discuss
these issues.
• A meeting was set up with a vendor who proposes station platform screen doors. The
proposal included full height screen doors including variable message systems on top of
the doors which can be used for transit related messages or for advertising or both. The
GEC is studying screen doors and a white paper is expected shortly.
• Extensive effort was place to reevaluate the MSF layout for yard track, buildings, parking
and roads. This was done in preparation to talk with both CS contractor and the newly
identified MSF contractor. Since all CSC offerors have expressed some form of yard
automation it will be timely to include the MSF contractor to evaluate these layout
changes.
• Engineering work continues on potentially relocating 138KV overhead lines to insulated
cables to be installed on our guideway structure.
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
Kamehameha Highway DB Documents
• Preparing technical updates for the addendum and reviewing the ATCs.
Stations
• Farrington Station group - Working with the most qualified team in the development of
the scope for the final designwork effort.
Agreements
• Continue to work on utility construction agreement language for the WOFH Section.
• Meeting held with Deputy Attorney Generals and HDOT staff to discuss agreement
language. Updating agreement language to send back to H DOT.
Airport Alignment
• Airport Preliminary Engineering Drawings continue to be updated to reflect alignment
change in the vicinity of the airport.
Value Engineering Study
• Received VE Report from the facilitator. GEC / RTD reviewing the report to make
recommendations on how to proceed. Several joint GEC / RTD meetings held to
discuss findings.
Roadmap to Final Design
• Continue to update deliverable dates onto the roadmap.
• Added seven new items onto the roadmap Project Solve site in May.
Risk Management
• RTD has had several planning discussions with PB's VVill Willson regarding preparing for
Risk Management Assessments for the Project. A decision has been made to involve
Mr. Willson in local risk analyses and to have him as an advisor when FTA initiates their
risk assessment program.
• Our intent is to "get a jump" on the process by identifying risks, mitigation strategies and
appropriate contingencies prior to the next round of FTA studies.
Proiect Controls
• RTD's Contract Management Software system (CMS) is in the implementation & training
phase. RTD's CMS is a fully integrated, web based project controls and contract
management system utilizing Oracle's P6, Contract Management, and Microsoft
SharePoint.
• PE bottoms-up estimate is being finalized.
• Construction, engineering and project control procedures for all construction and
engineering contracts are being finalized.
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5. ROW
Appraisals
• Currently refreshing the appraisals completed 6 months ago. The refresh is anticipated
to be complete by the end of July.
Agreements
• University of Hawaii (UH) agreement for Leeward College was modified by City's
Corporation Council and a revised draft was submitted to UH for their review.
• The draft agreement was submitted to the Department of Education/Waipahu High
School Deputy Attorney General along with a copy to FTA.
Other Activities
• Continuing to secure Consent-to-Enter agreements in support of pre-design efforts for
WOFH contract and the Kamehameha section.
• Continuing on-going communication with property owners impacted by the project.
• Have meet with 8 of the 9 private property owners impacted by the airport runway
mitigation. Letters were sent to all impacted property owners.
Look Ahead
• If the Record of Decision is received:
o Make offers to WOFH private property owners
o Begin the relocation process for WOFH displaced owners and tenants
o Complete license agreement with DHHL for Drum Site, University of Hawaii for
Leeward Community College and Department of Education for Waipahu High
School
o Seek executive order for properties under DLNR control.
o Seek construction easement from DR Horton.
• Continue survey and appraisal work associated with Kamehameha Guideway parcels.
• Begin developing agreements associated with Kamehameha Guideway
TOTAL
Parcel
Impacts
TOTAL
Parcels
Needed
TOTAL
Appraisals
in Process
TOTAL
Appraisals
Complete
TOTAL
Offers
TOTAL
Accept-
ance
TOTAL
Relocations
Complete
TOTAL
Ready for
Construction
213
196
0
17
1
1
0
0
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
RELOCATION
All
Sections Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Residential
20
16
0
0
4
Business
67
5
9
8
45
Non-Profit
1
1
0
0
0
Assessments
Complete
2
0
0
0
2
Lease Agreements
2
0
0
0
2
90-day Notice Sent
0
0
0
0
0
30-day Notice Sent
0
0
0
0
0
Relocation Complete
0
0
0
0
0
FULL
ACQUISITION
All
Sections Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Impacts
40
14
5
6
15
Parcels Needed
40
14
5
6
15
Appraisals in
Process
0
0
0
0
0
Appraisals Complete
15
14
0
0
1
Offers
1
0
0
0
1
Acceptance
1
0
0
0
1
Relocation Complete
0
0
0
0
0
Ready for
Construction
0
0
0
0
0
PARTIAL
ACQUISITION
All
Sections Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Impacts
161
17
21
35
88
Parcels Needed
144
16
7
33
88
Appraisals in
Process
0
0
0
0
0
Appraisals Complete
2
2
0
0
0
Offers
0
0
0
0
0
Acceptance
0
0
0
0
0
Relocation Complete
0
0
0
0
0
Ready for
Construction
0
0
0
0
0
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
EASEMENTS
All
Sections Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Impacts
12
6
0
1
5
Parcels Needed
12
6
0
1
5
Appraisals in
Process
0
0
0
0
0
Appraisals Complete
0
0
0
0
0
Offers
0
0
0
0
0
Acceptance
0
0
0
0
0
Relocation Complete
0
0
0
0
0
Ready for
Construction
0
0
0
0
0
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
6. Quality
Status
• The Draft RTD Quality Management Program (QMP) was submitted to PMOC for
review. RTD Internal Implementing Procedures are also being developed to support the
efficient and effective implementation of the revised QMP and PMP. Also submitted per
PMOC request, is the RTD-approved QMP of Kiewit Pacific Company for the WOPH
Guideway, which meets the FTA QA/QC Guidelines.
• The RTD approved KPC Quality Management Plan (QMP) and Design Quality
Management Plan (DQMP) is being implemented on the WOHP Guideway project.
Training of appropriate personnel on the approved QMP and DQMP was performed by
the KPC Project QA Manager and HNTB Design QA Manager prior to start of work.
Currently reviewing the Construction Quality Management Plan (CQMP) including the
Inspection and Test Plan (ITP).The first RTD/PMOC Joint QA Audit of KPC/HNTB
design activities will be performed when the design work is well under way. The Joint QA
Audit will be coordinated by RTD QA Manager with KPC.
• The Kiewit/Kobayashi JV was the selected contractor of the MSF. Kiewit, being the
major partner of the JV, will be encouraged to adapt the RTD-approved QMP for the
WOHP Guideway, with very minor changes.
• QA review of the Kamehameha Guideway RFP was completed and issued to Design-
Build (DB) Contractors.
• The QA Manager participated in the review of the Core System DBOM Contract
proposals submitted by the three (3) contractors. RTD is currently evaluating the 3
proposals received.
Look Ahead
• Review and approved KPC CQMP and continue RTD/GEC QA/QC oversight of the
project.
• Anticipating a meeting with the K/K JV QA Team to discuss contract requirements.
• Finalize QMP and prioritized Implementing Procedures after receipt of comments from
FTA/PMOC.
• Assist Procurement Officer on responding to any QA/QC question on the proposals by
the RTD Selection Committee.
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
7. Public Information
Main Messages
• Mobility and Job Creation
• Transit Oriented Development
• Geotechnical Community Awareness
• Importance of Community Involvement, Station Workshop
Outreach Tools
• Grass Root Outreach
• May/June Newsletter
• Geotechnical Community Awareness, WOFH canvassing
• Pearl Highlands Rail Station Final Community Workshop — May 13
• Media: Morning Shows, Editorial Boards and Environmental Justice
Community Outreach
May
January - May
Presentations & Events
37
87
Neighborhood Boards
22
52
Look Ahead
• FEIS Release Plan (Press Conference, Media, and Community Outreach)
• FEIS Release Materials (DVD Video Guide, Brochures, and Website)
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report — June 2010
GoRailGo
City & County of Honolulu, Press Conference — FEIS Release
City & County of Honolulu, Book & Music Festival
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
8. Safety and Security
Status
• Held conference call with PMOC to discuss PM P, SSMP, and Safety and Security
Certification Plan comments. Currently incorporating these comments.
• Attended Kiewit Mass Safety Meeting (05/03/10)
• Held Safety and Security Oversight and Review Committee meeting (05/21/10). Trained
SSORC members on the safety analysis and security assessment methodologies to be
used for the Project.
• Working with GEC to evaluate hazards associated with the guideway emergency
walkway
• Completed Draft Construction Safety and Security Plan
• Supporting HDOT with development of 49 CFR 659 State Safety Oversight Designation
Submission
• Developing staffing needs for safety and security program
Look Ahead
• Honolulu Police Department Lieutenant to begin 1 /2 FTE support of the Project. Working
with HPD to develop clear objectives for system security design and operational security
program support.
• Attend APTA Rail Conference and related safety and security seminars and committee
meetings
• Establish Safety and Security Certification Working Group
• Complete review of Preliminary Hazard Analysis Rev. A
• Complete Transportation Safety Institute Training Courses
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
9. Environment & Historical
Status
• Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)
o Received approval by FTA to release Final EIS on June 14, 2010
o Reproduced and distributed document and/or DVDs prior to EPA filing.
o FTA filed Final EIS with EPA on June 18, 2010
o Notice of Availability published in Federal Register on June 25, 2010. This
initiates the 30-day review period.
• Programmatic Agreement (PA)
o Meeting held on June 23, 2010 with FTA and PA signatories to discuss
outstanding issues. A second meeting is planned for week of July 5.
• Initiated preparation of draft Mitigation Monitoring Plan. Plan will cover entire 20-mile
corridor.
• Continued participating in WOFH Permitting & Environmental Taskforce weekly
meetings.
• Provided review comments to Environmental Compliance Management Plan Rev. C.
Permit Activity
Noise Variance Permit
Complete WOFH section only
CWA Section 404
Ongoing
In process; permit will be granted 3
— 6 months after ROD
CWA Section 401
Ongoing
In process; permit will be granted 3
— 6 months after ROD
Coastal Zone Management Cert for
Section 404/10 DA
Ongoing
In process; permit will be granted 3
— 6 months after ROD
Special Management Area Permit
Ongoing
In process; permit will be granted 3
— 6 months after ROD
Stream Channel Alternation Permit
Ongoing
In process; permit will be granted 3
— 6 months after ROD
Storm Drain (M54) Connection from
DOT, Highways
Ongoing
Approved for pre-engineering testing
Storm Drain (M54) Connection from UH
Ongoing
Approved for pre-engineering testing
Occupancy & Use Permit from DOT,
Highways
Ongoing
Master Agreement pending
Flood Plain Variance from City/County
Ongoing
Pre-submittal review underway
Storm Drain (M54) Connection from
DOT, Airport
Pending
Required for Airport Segment 3
Coastal Zone Management Certification
for FTA Funding
Pending
To be initiated in August 2011
Special District Permit Chinatown
Pending
To be initiated in August 2011
Project Eligibility and Development
Permit (Kaka'ako)
Pending
To be initiated in August 2011
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
Look Ahead
• Conclude Section 106 consultation and obtain signed Programmatic Agreement
• Receive Governor's acceptance of Final EIS
• Begin preparation of Record of Decision
• Submit draft Mitigation Monitoring Plan
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report–June 2010
10. Staffing
Status
The Honolulu City Council approved the FY 2011 Annual Operating Budget with a 9-0 vote
which includes the Rapid Transit Division's request for funding for 31 additional positions. The
Budget became law when Mayor Hannemann signed it on June 24, 2010.
As reported last month, City actions are in progress to fill the following positions:
• Right of Way Manager – Actively communicating with four qualified candidates, targeting
August start date.
• Utilities Engineer – Identified and interviewed qualified candidate, targeting August start
date.
• Secretary – Public Information Branch – targeting July start date.
• Planner VI – Financial and Grants Management, City advertised position and a list of
qualified candidates have been received. Interviews will be held in July for an August
start date.
• CAD Draftsman – Scheduled to start on July 16.
InfraConsult Positions
• Configuration Manager – Filled in June by Karen Gast.
• Senior Cost Controls Analyst – Conducting new search for candidates.
• Senior Scheduler – Filled in June by Anthony Hammons.
• Systems Engineer (Vehicles) — Filled in June by Mike Bogonovich.
Direct support for the project continues in the areas of centralized City functions from the
following Departments:
• The Department of Information Technology – Secunded Information Technology
Specialist started on July 1.
• Department of Budget & Fiscal Services
• Department of Design & Construction
• Corporation Counsel
Look Ahead
City Hiring actions are in progress to fill the following positions:
• Right of Way Manager – Actively communicating with three qualified candidates,
targeting July/Aug start date.
• Utilities Engineer – Identified and interviewed qualified candidate, targeting July/Aug
start date.
• Secretary – Public Information Branch – targeting July start date.
• Planner VI – Financial and Grants Management, City advertised position and a list of
qualified candidates will be forwarded to RTD the first week in June. Interviews will be
held in late June or early July for a July/Aug start date.
For greater detail please refer to Attachment "A" DTS-RTD Organizational Chart
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
11. Schedule Status
Master Schedule
As of 5-28-10 (May 2010 data date) the Project continues to be adversely affected by the
completion of the ROD Milestone. Its impact has caused all major milestones to slip.
Major Project Milestones
Early Date
Total float
Record Of Decision (ROD)
8/6/2010
-253
Entry into Final Design
3/29/2011
-199
FFGA
4/29/2012
-199
Open Waipahu to Leeward
8/25/2013
-244
MSF Complete
10/6/2014
-177
Open East Kapolei to Leeward
5/9/2015
-282
Open Leeward to Pearl Highlands
2/3/2016
-203
Open Kamehameha Section
11/30/2016
64
Open Airport Section
6/19/2018
-193
Open to Ala Moana Center
10/10/2019
-220
• The delay in receiving environmental clearance also directly impacts our current WOFH
Contract's NTP #2, #3, and #4, and those contracts currently in the procurement
process. ROW acquisition is also adversely impacted.
• Resolving the FD Approval and LONP issue is also critical for the progress of the
design/build contracts. Once ROD is resolved and removed from the critical path, FD
Approval and LONP's will be driving the project.
• The above impacts will necessitate a complete re-scheduling of the Project. It is
anticipated to take place within the next month.
• The proposed CPP and is currently awaiting approval by RTD.
Milestones Completed
• Received approval by FTA to release Final EIS on June 14, 2010
• FTA filed Final EIS with EPA on June 18, 2010
• Notice of Availability published in Federal Register on June 25, 2010.
The following Activities have been added to the project
Activity Id ?
Activity Name
P404 ?
Issue NTP 1C WOFH DB Guideway
P406 ?
Issue NTP 2 WOFH DB Guideway
P408 ?
Issue NTP 3 WOFH DB Guideway
For greater detail please refer to Attachment "B" Master Project Schedule.
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
12. Cost/Budget Status
All cost and schedule data is as of May 28, 2010
Budget
HHCTCP
SCC 10 th
ru
90 (thousands of dollars)
Period Budget ?
Cumulative Budget
6,000,000
5,000,000
4,000,000
3,000,000
2,000,000
1,000,000
0
300,000
250,000
200,000
150,000
100,000
0 50,000
1 1 11 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 1 1
oo oo cn
r-I
5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
Overall Project Budget by SCC
SCC ?
Description
Year of Expenditure
Baseline
Budget
Allocated
Contingency
Allocated
Budget
Incurred to
Date
Remaining
Budget
10 ?
GUIDEWAY & TRACK ELEMENTS
$1,190,647
$271,280
$1,461,927
$0
$1,461,927
Guideway: At-grade exclusive right-of-
10.01 ?
way
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
Guideway: At-grade semi-exclusive
10.02 ?
(allows cross-traffic)
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
10.03 ?
Guideway: At-grade in mixed traffic
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
10.04 ?
Guideway: Aerial structure
$1,034,668
$235,180
$1,269,848
$0
$1,269,848
10.05 ?
Guideway: Built-up fill
$7,665
$1,150
$8,815
$0
$8,815
10.06 ?
Guideway: Underground cut & cover
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
10.07 ?
Guideway: Underground tunnel
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
10.08 ?
Guideway: Retained cut or fill
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
10.09 ?
Track: ?
Direct fixation
$135,803
$32,133
$167,936
$0
$167,936
10.1 ?
Track: Embedded
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
10.11 ?
Track: ?
Ballasted
$3,103
$465
$3,568
$0
$3,568
10.12 ?
Track: ?
Special (switches, turnouts)
$9,408
$2,352
$11,759
$0
$11,759
10.13 ?
Track: Vibration and noise dampening
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report-June 2010
STATIONS, STOPS, TERMINALS,
20 ?
INTERMODAL
$311,322
$77,830
$389,152
$0
$389,152
At-grade station, stop, shelter, mall,
20.01 ?
terminal, platform
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
Aerial station, stop, shelter, mall,
20.02 ?
terminal, platform
$237,284
$59,321
$296,605
$0
$296,605
Underground station, stop, shelter,
20.03 ?
mall, terminal, platform
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
Other stations, landings, terminals:
20.04 ?
Intermodal, ferry, trolley, etc.
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
20.05 ?
Joint development
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
Automobile parking multi-story
20.06 ?
structure
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
20.07 ?
Elevators, escalators
$74,038
$18,509
$92,547
$0
$92,547
SUPPORT FACILITIES: YARDS,
30 ?
SHOPS, ADMIN. BLDGS
$110,799
$27,700
$138,499
$0
$138,499
Administration Building: ?
Office, sales,
30.01 ?
storage, revenue counting
$18,981
$4,745
$23,726
$0
$23,726
30.02 ?
Light Maintenance Facility
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
30.03 ?
Heavy Maintenance Facility
$91,818
$22,955
$114,773
$0
$114,773
Storage or Maintenance of Way
30.04 ?
Building
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
30.05 ?
Yard and Yard Track
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
SITEWORK & SPECIAL
40 ?
CONDITIONS
$881,135
$275,201
$1,156,335
$34,247
$1,122,088
40.01 ?
Demolition, Clearing, Earthwork
$24,524
$7,824
$32,349
$0
$32,349
40.02 ?
Site Utilities, Utility Relocation
$405,234
$134,972
$540,206
$0
$540,206
Haz. mat'', contam'd soil
removal/mitigation, ground water
40.03 ?
treatments
$5,618
$1,966
$7,584
$0
$7,584
Environmental mitigation, e.g.
40.04 ?
wetlands, historic/archeologic, parks
$7,681
$2,688
$10,370
$0
$10,370
Site structures including retaining
40.05 ?
walls, sound walls
$6,271
$941
$7,211
$0
$7,211
Pedestrian / bike access and
40.06 ?
accommodation, landscaping
$204,562
$71,240
$275,802
$0
$275,802
Automobile, bus, van accessways
40.07 ?
including roads, parking lots
$14,427
$2,164
$16,591
$0
$16,591
Temporary Facilities and other indirect
40.08 ?
costs during construction
$212,817
$53,405
$266,222
$34,247
$231,975
50 ?
SYSTEMS
$235,999
$59,000
$294,999
$0
$294,999
50.01 ?
Train control and signals
$42,594
$10,649
$53,243
$0
$53,243
50.02 ?
Traffic signals and crossing protection
$29,043
$7,261
$36,304
$0
$36,304
50.03 ?
Traction power supply: substations
$47,705
$11,926
$59,631
$0
$59,631
Traction power distribution: catenary
50.04 ?
and third rail
$74,840
$18,710
$93,550
$0
$93,550
50.05 ?
Communications
$25,395
$6,349
$31,743
$0
$31,743
50.06 ?
Fare collection system and equipment
$5,419
$1,355
$6,774
$0
$6,774
50.07
_
?
Central Control
$11,003
$2,751
$13,754
$0
$13,754
Construction Subtotal (10 - 50)
$2,729,901
$711,011
$3,440,912
$34,247
$3,406,665
ROW, LAND, EXISTING
60 ?
IMPROVEMENTS
$89,652
$44,826
$134,478
$2,893
$131,585
60.01 ?
Purchase or lease of real estate
$87,268
$43,634
$130,902
$2,893
$128,009
Relocation of existing households and
60.02 ?
businesses
$2,384
$1,192
$3,576
$0
$3,576
70 ?
VEHICLES
$321,633
$77,192
$398,825
$0
$398,825
70.01 ?
Light Rail
$287,086
$68,901
$355,987
$0
$355,987
70.02 ?
Heavy Rail
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
70.03 ?
Commuter Rail
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
70.04 ?
Bus
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
70.05 ?
Other
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
70.06 ?
Non-revenue vehicles
$5,838
$1,401
$7,239
$0
$7,239
70.07 ?
Spare parts
$28,709
$6,890
$35,599
$0
$35,599
80 ?
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
$647,529
$150,000
$797,530
$40,048
$757,482
80.01 ?
Preliminary Engineering
$60,723
$8,377
$69,100
$14,980
$54,120
80.02 ?
Final Design
$111,639
$28,230
$139,869
$0
$139,869
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report-June 2010
Project Management for Design and
80.03 ?
Construction
$138,399
$22,465
$160,864
$24,637
$136,227
Construction Administration &
80.04 ?
Management
$204,011
$55,083
$259,094
$0
$259,094
Professional Liability and other Non-
80.05 ?
Construction Insurance
$33,983
$9,176
$43,159
$0
$43,159
Legal; Permits; Review Fees by other
80.06 ?
agencies, cities, etc.
$38,553
$10,409
$48,962
$431
$48,531
Surveys, Testing, Investigation,
80.07 ?
Inspection
$10,195
$2,753
$12,948
$0
$12,948
80.08 ?
Start up
$50,027
$13,507
$63,534
$0
$63,534
Subtotal (10 - 80
$3,788,716
$983,029
$4,771,744
$77,188
$4,694,557
90 ?
90 UNALLOCATED CONTINGENCY
$285,643
$285,643
Subtotal (10 - 90)
$3,788,716
$983,029
$5,057,387
$77,188
$4,980,200
100 ?
Finance Charges
$290,294
$290,294
$290,294
Total Project Cost (10 - 100)
$4,079,010
$983,029
$5,347,681
$77,188
$5,270,494
Expenditures this Period:
• Total Remaining Budget April 2010 = $5,298,704,902
• Total Remaining Budget May 2010 = $5,270,493,630
• Total Expenditures for May 2010 = $28,211,273
Funding Sources
Transit Fund Revenues (Cash Basis)
GET County
FY 2007
FY 2008
FY 2009
FY 2010
@ 5/21/10
Surcharge
$ 48,424,383 $ 169,113,552 $ 160,855,727 $ 120,940,526 $ 499,334,188
Investment
Revenue
$ ?
18,098 $ ?
3,724,229 $ ?
3,595,915 $ ?
182,535 $ ?
7,520,777
Other
- ?
$
$ ?
29,748 $ ?
1,148 $ ?
30,896
TOTAL
$ 48,442,481 $ 172,837,781 $ 164,481,390 $ 121,124,209 $ 506,885,861
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
14. Action items
Item
No.
Item
Responsible
Party
Date
Identified
Date Due
Date
Comp
leted
Status
1
Schedule real estate
workshop
PMOC
4-Nov-09
19-Jul-10
Open
2
Schedule Roadmap
meeting for Entry
into FD
FTA/PMOC
16-Dec-09
10-Jan
Meetings scheduled
1st Wednesday of
every month to
coincide with
PMOC Monthly
Progress Meetings
3
Check on status of
Real Estate
appraisals provided
to FTA
PMOC
10-Mar
10-Apr
City to resend
appraisals to FTA
next week
4
Schedule/Estimate
workshop
PMOC
10-Jun
Open
5
Provide PE package
for Airport
City
10-May
10-Jun
Open
6
Review
Configuration
Management Plan
PMOC
10-May
10-Jun
Open
7
Provide sample
responsibility matrix
PMOC
10-May
10-May
Open
8
Provide escalation
methodology
City
10-May
10-Jun
Open
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
15. List of Acronyms & Definitions
AA
Alternative Analysis
AAR
American Association of Railroads
AASHTO
American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials
ADA
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended
ANSI
American National Standards Institute
AREMA
American Railway Engineering and Maintenance of Way Association
ATC
Automatic Train Control
BASC
Before & After Study Consultant
BCS
Baseline Control Survey
BFS
Budget and Fiscal Services
BWS
Board of Water Supply
CAC
Citizen Advisory Committee
CCR
Cost Control Report
CCTV
Closed Circuit Television
CDT
Contract Document Transmittals
CEI
Construction Engineering and Inspection
CFR
Code of Federal Regulations
CFM
Configuration Management
CIP
Capital Improvement Program
CM
Construction Management
CO
Contracting Officer
COR
Department of the Corporation Counsel
COTR
Contracting Officer's Technical Representative
CPM
Critical Path Method
CSC
Core Systems Contractor
CSI
Construction Specifications Institute
CTS
Cable Transmission System
CVS
Certified Value Specialist
DBE
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise
DBELO
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Liaison Officer
DDC
Department of Design and Construction
DEIS
Draft Environmental Impact Statement
DEM
Department of Emergency Management
DFM
Department of Facilities Maintenance
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
DHS
Department of Homeland Security
DPP
Department of Planning and Permitting
DPR
Department of Parks and Recreation
DTS
Department of Transportation Services
E&O
Errors and Omissions
ECHO
Electronic Clearing House Operation
EDC
Engineering Design Consultant
EEO
Equal Employment Opportunity
EIS
Environmental Impact Statement
EMS
Emergency Medical Services
ENV
Department of Environmental Services
EOR
Engineer of Record
EP&D
Engineering, Planning and Development
EPA
Environmental Protection Agency
EV
Earned Value
EVM
Earned Value Methodologies
FCA
Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts
FEIS
Final Environmental Impact Statement
FFGA
Full Funding Grant Agreement
FHWA
Federal Highway Administration
FRA
Federal Railroad Administration
FTA
Federal Transit Administration
GEC
General Engineering Consultant
GET
General Excise Tax
HAR
Hawaii Administrative Rules
HBC
Hawaii Building Code
HHCTCP
Honolulu High Capacity Transit Corridor Project
HDOT
Hawaii Department of Transportation
HFD
Honolulu Fire Department
HMTV
Honolulu Municipal Television
HPD
Honolulu Police Department
HRS
Hawaii Revised Statutes
IDR
Inspector Daily Report
ITT
Integrated Test Team
JPA
Joint Participation Agreement
LPA
Locally Preferred Alternative
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
LRV
Light Rail Vehicles
MIS
Major Investment Study
MOCA
Mayor's Office of Culture and the Arts
MOS
Minimum Operable Segment
MPO
Metropolitan Planning Organization
NEPA
National Environmental Policy Act
NFPA
National Fire Protection Association
NOA
Notification of Availability
NTP
Notice to Proceed
O&M
Operations and Maintenance
OahuMPO
Oahu Metropolitan Planning Organization
OCIP
Owner Controlled Insurance Programs
ORTP
?
Oahu Regional Transportation Plan (ORTP)
OWC
?
Overall Work Program
OTS
Oahu Transit Services, Inc.
PE/EIS
Preliminary Engineering/Environmental Impact Statement
PEP
Project Execution Procedures
PMC
Program Management Consultant
PMOC
Project Management Oversight Consultant
PMP
Project Management Plan
PO
Purchase Order
PTD
Public Transit Division
PS&E
Plans Specification & Estimate
PSA
Professional Services Agreement
PV
Planned Value
QA
Quality Assurance
QA/QC
Quality Assurance and Quality Control
QC
Quality Control
RAMP
Real Estate Acquisition and Relocation Management Plan
RCH
Revised Charter of the City and County of Honolulu 1973
RFI
Request for Information
RFP
Request for Proposal
ROD
Record of Decision
ROW
Right-of-Way
RTD
Rapid Transit Division
SCADA
Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition
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HHCTCP Monthly Progress Report—June 2010
SSCP
Safety and Security Certification Plan
SSEPP
System Security and Emergency Preparedness Plan
SSMP
Safety and Security Management Plan
SSOO
State Safety Oversight Office
SSORC
Safety and Security Oversight and Review Committee
TAC
Technical Advisory Committee
TED
Traffic Engineering Division
TIP
?
Transportation Improvement Program
TOD
Transit Oriented Development
TPD
Transportation Planning Division
TSA
Transportation Security Administration
TSTD
Traffic Signals and Technology Division
USC
United States Code
USDOT
United States Department of Transportation
VE
Value Engineering
WBS
Work Breakdown Structure
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Attachment "A"

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DTS-RTD Organizational Chart
AR00074050

City
Consultant
Vacant
Deputy Project Officer
Engineering &
Construction E502

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Department of Transportation Services

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Rapid Transit Division
Public Transit Chief
E503
Secretary IV
SR-18
System Safety &
Security Manager
EM07
Labor Agreement
Specialist
EM-05
Chief Project Officer
Quality Assurance
Manager
EM07
Public Information
Officer, EM05
Government Relations
EM05
Secretary
Deputy Project Officer
Controls &
Administration
E502
Deputy Project Officer
Operations
E502
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Information
Specialist III
SR-26
Real Estate
Acquisition Database
Coordinator
SR-26
Procurement/
Contracts Manager
EM-08
Sr. Clerk
SR-10
Procedures
Planner VII
SR 28
Procedures/
Document Control
Analyst
SR-26
Accountant VII
Procurement &
Spec Officer
SR-28
Planner VI
SR-26
Internal Control
Analyst II
SR-24
Senior Scheduler
SR-28
Senior Project
Controls Analyst
SR 28
Cost Control
Analyst
SR-28
Senior Financial
Analyst
SR-28
CMS Database
Auditor and Help
Desk
SR-26
CHERPS/CMS
Integration
SR-26
Contract/Cost
Librarian ll
?
Analyst
SR-22
?
SR-26
Department of Transportation Services
Rapid Transit Division
Controls & Administration
Deputy Project Officer
Controls and Admin.
ES-02
Secretary III
Admin. Services
Officer
EM-05
Sr. Clerk Typist
SR-10
Admin Specialist II
Senior Clerk
SR-22
SR-10
Clerk Typist
SR-08
Personnel Clerk
SR-13
Real Estate
Acquisition Manager
EM-08
Records Analyst IV
SR-22
Manager of Project
Con rols
SR 30
Configuration
Manager
EM-08
Right of Way
Coordinator
SR-26
Transit Property
Acquisition &
Relocation Manager
SR-28
Contracts Officer
SR-26
Records Analyst IV
SR-22
Senior Clerk
Sr-10
Configuration
Contract Manager
SR-28
Configuration
Contract Specialist
SR-26
1 Configuration
Contract Specialist
SR-26
Secretary II
SR-14
Configuration
Document Manager
SR-28
Records
Management
Analyst IV
SR-22
Contracts Officer
SR-26
Contracts Officer
SR-26
Asset Manager
SR-28
Grants/Financial
Manager
SR-28
Real Property
Management
Specialist III
SR-22
Real Property
Management
Specialist III
SR-22
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Systems Contract
Project Manager
SR-28
Vehicle Mechanical
Eng. V, SR-26
Civil Engineer IV
SR-24
Civil Engineer IV
SR-24
dControl Systems Elect.
Eng V
SR-26
—j
Comm. Systems Elect.
Eng V
SR-26
Department of Transportation Services
Rapid Transit Division
Engineering and Construction
Deputy Project Officer—
Engineering and
Construction, E502
Administrative
Specialist I, 5R20
Secretary III
SR-16
Clerk Typist
SR-08
Assistant Project
Officer, Utilities &
Agency Coord.
EM-08
West Oahu/Farrington
Highway
Proj Mngr, SR-28
Civil Engineer V
SR-26
Civil Engineer IV
SR-24
Maint. & Storage
Facility Project
Manager, SR-28
Lead Architect
SR-28
Architect V
SR-26
1 Architectural Historian
SR-26
CADD/Graphics
SR-23
Arts Coordinator
SR-19
Lead Civil Engineer
SR-28
Civil Engineer V
SR-26
Civil Engineer
SR-24
Civil Engineer
SR-24
Civil Engineer
SR-24
Assistant Project
Officer
DB Contracts
CE VII, EM-08
Assistant Project
Officer
DBB Contracts
CE VII, EM-08
d Power Systems Elect.
Eng V, SR-26
Lead Utilities Engineer
SR-28
Traffic Design
Coordinator
SR-28
TOD Coordinator
SR-26
Civil Engineer V
Traffic Engineer ll
Environmental
SR-26
SR-26
Compliance Admin.
SR-26
Civil Engineer IV
SR-24
Traffic Engineer I
SR-24
Systems Planning
Manager, SR-28
Civil Engineer IV
SR-24
Traffic Technician
SR-19
Transportation
Planner, SR-26
Environmental Planner,
SR-26
Land Use Planner
SR-26
Civil Engineer IV
SR-24
Traffic Technician
SR-19
Transportation Planner
IV, SR-22
Assistant Project
Officer, Planning and
Environment
Planner VIII, EM-08
Civil Engineer V
SR-26
Civil Engineer IV
SR-24
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Sr. Clerk Typist
SR-10
Government Relations
EM-05
Info Specialist III
SR-26
Secretary II
SR-14
Assistant Info. Specialist I
SR-18

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Public Information & Government Relations
Public Information Officer
EM-05
Info Specialist III
SR-26
Info Specialist III
SR-26
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Attachment "B"
Master Project Schedule
AR00074055

Activity ID ?
Activity Name
Orig
Dur
Rem
Dur
Start
Finish
Total
Float
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
2020
2021
QQQQ3 QQQQQQQQ3 QQQQQ4 QQQQQQQ3 QQQQQQ1 QQQQQQQ4 QQQQQQQ3 QQQQQ4 QQQQ
MILESTONES
General
E300
FTA Issue Record of Decision - ROD
0
0
Aug-6-10*
0
• FT !sale RecOrd
• FTA App
of DeciSion - ROD
ove Entry to Final
• r - ra Award
Design
Ful Funding
• Open
Gran Agreement
Leeward CC Section
Leeward CC Section
Hiplands Section
section
Airport section
to Ala Mo
Open
na Center
D250
FTA Approve Entry to Final Design
0
0 Mar-29-11
-199
F270
FTA Award Full Funding Grant Agreement
0
0 Apr-29-12
-199
1997 ?
Open Waipahu to Leeward CC Section
0
0
Aug-25-1
3*
-244
Waipahu to
M999 ?
MSF Contract Complete
0
0
Oct-6-14*
-177
MSF
Co tract Complet e
• Open East
1998 ?
Open East Kapolei to Leeward CC Section
0
0
May-9-1 5*
-282
Kapolei
• Open
to
Leeward
1999 ?
Open Leeward CC to Pearl Highlands Section
0
0
Feb-3-16*
-203
CCto
Open Kamehameha
Pearl
J999 ?
Open Kamehameha Section
0
0
Nov-30-16*
62
Z999 ?
Open Airport Section
0
0
Jun-9-1 8*
-221
Open
9999
Y240
EIS & PRELIMINARY
Open to Ala Moana Center
0
0
Oct-10-19*
-220
Remaining Program Duration
3423 3423 Oct-16-09 A
Oct-10-19
-220
1 ?
Remaining Program Duration
ENGINEERING
EIS
II ?
I
E166
FAA Issues Resolved
10
0 Dec-17-09 A Apr-28-10 A
FAA 155
I ?
Receivz
es Resolved
ALP Approval from FAA
E168
E165
Receive ALP Approval from FAA
Prepare & Execute Programmatic Agreement
1
328
0
15
Apr-28-10 A
Mar-18-09 A
Apr-28-10 A
Jun-21-10
2304
I ?
P ep.
1 ?
Section
I ?
Cornpl-tiob
0 ?
Fi7A
& Recei
re 4 Execute Programmatic Agreement
106 Eligibil ty Letter to SHPD
of Section 105 Review for
eqUests Parties to Sign PA
e Signed Programmatic Agreement
E igibility
E185
Section 106 Eligibility Letter to SHPD
20
0 Apr-28-10 A Apr-28-10 A
E195
Completion of Section 106 Review for Eligibility
10
0 Apr-30-10 A May-27-10 A
E205
FTA Requests Parties to Sign PA
10
10 May-28-10
Jun-14-10
33
E215
Receive Signed Programmatic Agreement
0
0
Jun-14-10
33
E250
FTA Review of FEIS
177
11 Aug-16-09 A
Jun-11-10
-11
FTA
I ?
oOperzting
FTA EIS
?
I ?
Final
I Cbmp
?
I ?
Revie
?
I ?
FTA
A
Sign •
?
I ?
Submit
Print
I
?
Sub
?
I ?
Incormorate
11
?
Fed
D
FT'
I Ad
1
?
Re.onCiliation
eview J F
Agency
Review
IS Comment
etion of Final
individua
Inal Leda!
inal El$ COver
n&DisiribLite
NOA to EPA
it Draft ROD
NOA
• ral Register
Review ROD
ess FTA Comments
IS
EIS Comments
& Legal Sufficiency
Coordination
With
Changes
Rev ew
Registar
on FEIS
ROD
to FTA
Comment
City
Comments
wi h FTA
to City
E188
Cooperating Agency EIS Comments to FTA
7
0 Apr-30-10 A May-10-10 A
E178
FTA EIS Review & Legal Sufficiency Comments to ...
7
7 Apr-30-10 A
Jun-8-10
-11
E198 ?
Final EIS Comment Coordination With City & FTA
2
7 May-11-10 A
Jun-8-10
-11
comments)
& FTA
E208 ?
Completion of Final EIS to Address Comments
5
6 May-13-10 A
Jun-7-10
-10
EIS to Address
E218 ?
Review individual Final EIS Changes with FTA
1
9 May-20-10 A
Jun-10-10
-13
Final ElS
Buff cie cy
E260 ?
FTA Final Legal Sufficiency Review
1
1 Jun-11-10
Jun-12-10
-20
E280 ?
Sign Final EIS Cover Page
0
0
Jun-12-10
-20
Page
FEIS
to FTA (excluding
into Federal
Review Period
Pf Comrnerlts
on
E270 ?
Print and Distribute FEIS
2
2 Jun-13-10
Jun-15-10
10
E290 ?
Submit NOA to EPA
0
0
Jun-14-10
-20
E302 ?
Submit Draft ROD to FTA (excluding comments)
14
14 Jun-15-10
Jul-2-10
-12
E292 ?
Incorporate NOA into Federal Registar
4
4 Jun-16-10
Jun-21-10
-5
E294 ?
Federal Registar Review Period
20
20 Jun-22-10
Jul-20-10
-5
E296
FTA Review ROD
26
26
Jul-6-10
Aug-10-10
-12
E287
Reconciliation of Comments on FEIS
13
13
Jul-21-10
Aug-6-10
-5
E289
E308
Adress FTA Comments on ROD
Submit FEIS to OEQC
5
0
5
0
Aug-10-10
Aug-15-10
Jun-14-10
-16
8
Submit FEIS to OEQC
Recome da ions to Governor
- nor Reviews & Accepts EElS
E318
QEQC Recomendations to Governor
20
20 Jun-14-10
Jul-12-10
14
FI ?
CiEeC
E310 ?
Governor Reviews & Accepts FEIS
26
26 Jun-14-10
Jul-20-10
8
$ Qov
Preliminary Engineering
D090
Complete 3rd Party Agreements for FD Phase
561
95 Sep-15-08 A Aug-30-10
-199
Com
Complete 3rd Party Agreements
let e PE PrQject Cost Estimate
for FD Phase
D180
Complete PE Project Cost Estimate
90
31 Oct-17-09 A
Jun-27-10
-180
2 Repo rt
E190
Preliminary Engineering MSF
184
32 ?
Oct-17-09 A
Jun-28-10
-136
Preli
?
1 ?
New
B
?
I ?
Updat-
?
I ?
Prod
?
I ?
Upda
inary Engineering MSF
E200
New Starts Preliminary Engineering
325 ?
47 ?
Oct-17-09 A
Jul-13-10
59
Starts
After
Preliminary Engineering
D215
Before & After Study Milestone 2 Report
200 ?
127 ?
Feb-25-10 A
Oct-1-10
-21
-fore &
Travel Forecasts
Study Milestone
for
D095
Update Travel Forecasts for FD Phase
10 ?
10 ?
May-28-10
Jun-6-10
-114
FD Phase
FD
D130
Produce Procurement Plans for FD Phase
30 1 ?
30 May-28-10
Jun-26-10
-134
ce Procurement Plane for
Phase
FD
D110
Update PMP Basic Requirements for FD
301 ?
30 May-28-10
Jun-26-10
-134
e PMP Basic Requirements for
Honolulu High - Capacity Transit Corridor Project
Master Program Schedule
Page 1 of 8
Date: Jun-24-10
Data Date: May-28-10
Actual Level of Effort ? Actual Work
0
:1 ?
Remaining Level of Effort ?
I ?
1 ?
Remainin...
I ?
I ?
CEI Level of Effort ?
M=I ?
Critical Re...
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I Activity ID
Activity Name
Orig
Dur
Rem
Dur
Start
Finish
Total
Float
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
2020
2021
QQQQ3 QQQQQQQQ3 QQQQQ4 QQQQQQQ3 QQQQQQ1 QQQQQQQ4 QQQQQQQ3 QQQQQ4 QQQQ
V100 Propose-Award GEC Contract ?
212 ?
71 Sep-3-09 A Aug-6-10 ?
0
Propose-Award GEC Contract
Gner61 Engineering Consultant Co tra
V120 General Engineering Consultant Contract ? 3132 ?
3132 Aug-7-10
Mar-4-19 ?
0
MM920 HDOT Coordination Contract
-
Procure
,
DOT Coo din tio ?
Contract
HOOT Coordination
H - D10
HD2 -
0
MI930 Elevators
L120
' Procure HDOT Coordination Contract
120
120 May-28-10
Sep-24-10
0
HDOT Coordination
3083
3083
Sep-25-10
Mar-4-19
0
& Escalators P/I/T/C
Prepare Procurement Packages
30
30
Jan-1-11*
Jan-30-11
165
0 ?
Pre are Procurement
CI Bid-Award
Elevators
Packages
& Escalators
Elevatbrs
Design/ManUfac
L100
Bid-Award Elevators & Escalators
120
120
Jan-31-11
May-30-11
165
L110
Elevators & Escalators Design/Manufacture/Test
2400 2400
May-6-12
Nov-30-18
-176
& Escalators
ure
0F950 Owner
0F10
0F20
GUIDEWAY
Furnished Plants and Shrubs
I
Procure Owner Furished Plants & Shrubs
120
120 Sep-17-13
Jan-15-14
-40
Procure Owner Furished Plants & Shrubs
Furished Plants & Shrubs
Owner Furished Plants & Shrubs
1915
1915
Jan-15-14
Apr-13-19
-40
Owner
CONTRACTS
ROW Right-of-Way
—..
W019
- R404
West Oahu/Farrington Guideway
Jan-22-11
3183
Acqusition
I Purchase ROW for WOFH Gu deway
Purchase ROW for WOFH Guideway
197
197
Jul-10-10
PE120 Procurement
WOFH Guideway DB
• IsSue
• Issue
• Issue
• Issue
NTP 1C WOFH
NT!? 2 WOFH
NW 3 WOFH
NTP 4 WOFH
DB Guideway
DB Guideway
DB Gui eway
DB Guid wa
Issue NTP 1C WOFH DB Guideway
0 ?
0 Jun-4-10
-180
P406
Issue NTP 2 WOFH DB Guideway
0 ?
0 Jun-5-10
-180
P408
Issue NTP 3 WOFH DB Guideway
0 ?
0 Jun-6-10
-180
P390
Issue NTP 4 WOFH DB Guideway
0
0 Aug-11-10
-167
P270
Prepare LONP Request for DB Guideway Constr
30
30
30
May-28-10
Jun-26-10
-164
I
?
Prepare
I ?
Prepare
M FTA
FTA
LONP
?
equest
LONP Request
IRview / l'ssue
Review/Issue
for DB Gui
for DB Gui
LONP for DB
LONP for DB
eway Qontr
eway FD
Guideway Constr
Guideway RD
P250
Prepare LONP Request for DB Guideway FD
30
45
45
May-28-10
Jun-26-10
-246
P280 ?
FTA Review/Issue LONP for DB Guideway Constr
45 Jun-27-10
Aug-10-10
-164
P260 ?
FTA Review/Issue LONP for DB Guideway FD
45 Jun-27-10
Aug-10-10
-246
DB120 W. Oahu
/
Farrington Guideway DB Contract
1 ?
VV.Oahu Fa rington G/VV Contract Duration
Phaa
I
W250 ?
i
W.Oahu/Farrington G/W Contract Duration
1467 1418 Dec-1-09 A
Apr-14-14
-282
W100 ?
WO/F Guideway DB Contract Design
576
472 Dec-1-09 A
Sep-11-11
-136
Final
• Final
Geotephnical
-
1'ack Alignment
Trackwork
A
k
e I o Cate
WO/F
Work
Buildings
Guideway
Design
Plans
WOLF
Farring
Fa
City Supplies
I
B
G ideway
in ?
aiparmi
Steel
on
rinston
ast
PH
Contract Design
Ready
over
DB Contract Sitework
Ready
&
W. Oahu/Farrington
Utilities
Sy
Sys
Kamehameha
G'way Substantia Complete
S s
W105 ?
Geotechnical Work
325
282 Mar-11-10 A
Mar-5-11
-101
W140 ?
Final Track Alignment Plans
0
500
0
Nov-10-10
-35
W110 ?
WO/F Guideway DB Contract Sitework & Utilities
500
Dec-7-10
Apr-19-12
-282
& ?
pecifications
HS' & LCC
Rails from
TPSS Fdn/Duct
Guideway
Farrington
W150 ?
Final Trackwork Design & Specifications
0
0
Jan-11-11
-97
W160 ?
Relocate Buildings in Waipahu HS & LCC
0
0
Apr-12-11
249
W120 ?
W. Oahu/Farrington G'way Substantial Complete
1065 1065 May-16-11
Apr-14-14
-282
MSF
Bank
W130 ?
City Supplied Steel Rails from MSF
63
63 Nov-1-11*
Jan-2-12
-149
W170 ?
Farrington TPSS Fdn/Duct Bank Ready for Core Sys
0 ?
0
May-11-12
-146
for Core
Cntr
for Core
W180 ?
Farrington Guideway Ready for Stations Cntr
0 ?
0
May-27-12
-244
Guideway
for Stations
keady
H1 Ready
W190 ?
East Farrington Guideway Ready for Core Sys Cntr
0 ?
0
Oct-25-12
-216
C tr
Cntr
W200 PH Guideway over H1 Ready for Kamehameha Cntr
0 ?
0
Dec-24-12
-122
Guidway
West Oahu
for
Ready
W
W210 West Oahu Guideway Ready for Stations Cntr
0 ?
0
Apr-25-13
-244
Guideway
&
Fdn/Duct
Substantially
for Stations
Bank
Farrin9ton
Cntr
W220
West Oahu TPSS Fdn/Duct Bank Ready for Core Sys
0
0
0
0
Aug-11-13
-246
• West OahU TPSS
Ready
Guideway
for Core
W230
W. Oahu & W. Farrington Guideway Ready for Cor...
0
Feb-23-14
-232
• W. Oahu
• Guideway
Ready for Core Sys
W240
Guideway Substantially Complete
0
Apr-14-14
-282
Complete
Kamehameha Guideway
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Jul-16-10
181
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Jul-29-10
122
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Meets
K116 ?
Selection Committee Meets
1
1
Jul-30-10
Jul-30-10
122
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270 ?
270 ?
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Jan-27-12
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City Ce ter GuideWay Des gn
C120 ?
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720 ?
720 ?
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120 ?
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720 ?
720 ?
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C300 ?
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120 ?
120 ?
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Aug-19-13
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Feb-12-17
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30
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26
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,
,
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Oct-24-11
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30
301
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120
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296
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Oct-25-11
Feb-21-12
-238
R210
Leeward & Waipahu Stations Substantial Completion
Feb-28-12
Aug-20-13
-244
R250
Farrington Stations Construction
731 ?
731 Jun-21-12
Jun-21-14
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R260
MM180 W.
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West Oahu
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Farrington Stations Systems Installation
180 ?
180 Dec-23-13
Jun-20-14
-229
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120
120
Oct-25-11
Feb-21-12
-238
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Farrington Sta
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1077
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Feb-22-12
Feb-2-15
-282
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0 ?
0 Nov-7-10
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540 ?
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700 ?
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180 ?
180
Feb-2-12
May-31-12
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X210 ?
' West Oahu Stations Construction
Mar-5-13
Feb-2-15
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X220 ?
West Oahu Stations Systems Installation
Pearl Highlands Sta., Garage & H2 Ramps Group
Feb-28-14
Aug-26-14
-282
ROW Right-of-Way Acqusition
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P
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261
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Jun-7-11
3047
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120 ?
120 ?
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Oct-27-10
52
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Pearl Highlands Station & Garage Design
540 ?
540 ?
Oct-28-10
Apr-19-12
52
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Airport Station Group
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120
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120
120
Jul-6-14
Nov-2-14
-221
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Airport Stations Sitework Construction
365
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Nov-2-15
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Airport Stations Construction
900
900 Mar-28-15
Sep-12-17
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Airport Stations Systems Installation
180
180 Mar-17-17
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Dillingham Stations Design
540
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Dillingham Stations Construction Contract
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Systems
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H210 ?
Dillingham Stations Sitework Construction
365
Oct-9-15
Oct-7-16
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H220 ?
Dillingham Stations Construction
900 Jul-10-16
Dec-26-18
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H230 ?
Dillingham Stations Systems Installation
180 Jun-30-18
Dec-26-18
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MM485 Airport Stations & Dillingham Hwy Stations CE&I
- 6750 ?
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120
120
Jul-6-14
Nov-2-14
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120
120 Aug-20-13
Dec-17-13
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Procure City Center Station
City Center
Design
Stations Design
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City Center Stations Design
540
540 Dec-18-13
Jun-10-15
-220
DBB572 City Center Stations Construction Contract
120
,
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120 Jun-11-15
Oct-8-15
-220
IMi Bid-Award City
City
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City Center
Stat ons Construction
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U210 ?
City Center Stations Sitework Construction
I ?
365
365 Oct-9-15
Oct-7-16
-220
U220 ?
City Center Stations Construction
1 ?
920 920 Jul-8-16
Jan-13-19
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U230 ?
City Center Stations Systems Installation
180
180 Jul-18-18
Jan-13-19
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Kaka'ako Station Group
FD545 Kaka'ako Stations (3) Design
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120
120 Aug-20-13
Dec-17-13
-220
Procure Kaka'ako Station Design
Kaka'ako StationS Desigh
Y110 ?
Kaka'ako Stations Design
540
540 Dec-18-13
Jun-10-15
-220
DBB57 - 5 Kaka'ako Stations Construction Contract
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Bid-Award Kaka'ako Station
____
120
120 Jun-11-15
Oct-8-15 1 ?
-220
Bid-Award Kaka'ako Station
Stations Sitework Construction
Y210 ?
Kakaako
'
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365
365 Oct-9-15
Oct-7-16
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Kaka'ako
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2020
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Jul-18-18 Jan-13-19
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Stations
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MAINTENANCE & STORAGE FACILITY CONTRACT
Maintenance Storage Facility
-202
ROW Right-of-Way Acqusition
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29
29
Aug-6-10
Sep-3-10
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1 May-28-10
May-28-10
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1 Jun-14-10
Jun-14-10
-110
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5
5
Jun-15-10
Jun-21-10
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3
3
Jun-22-10
Jun-24-10
-110
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Select MSF DB Contract
0
0 Jun-28-10
-110
P642
Contractor Execute Contract
10
10
Jun-28-10
Jul-12-10
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P645
Execute MSF Contract
10
10 ?
Jul-13-10
Jul-26-10
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P685
Issue NTP DB MSF
0
01 ?
Aug-10-10
-120
DB MS
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30
30 May-28-10
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0
Oct-31-11
-149
M220 ?
Dekiver Special Trackwork to DB120 Contract
0 ?
0
Dec-1-11
-149
Di 2Q Contract
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M240 ?
Deliver Third Rail to DB120 Contract
0 ?
0
Jan-1-12
-149
Third I to DB'120
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0 ?
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SyPteM Trckwork
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M600 ?
MSF Substantial Completion
183 ?
183 Jul-24-13
Jan-22-14
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M700 ?
MSF DB Contract Completion
257 ?
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Jan-23-14
Oct-6-14
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Part
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Part
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P820 ?
Offerors Prepare DBOM Part 2 Systems Response
146 ?
6 Aug-18-09 A Jun-7-10
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P810 ?
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1 Jun-1-10
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Evaluate Offerors Proposals Part 2
16 ?
16 Jun-8-10
Jun-30-10
-54
P850 ?
Buy America Pre Award Audit
30 ?
30 Jun-8-10
Jul-21-10
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P870 ?
Selection Committee Meets
2 ?
2 Jul-1-10
Jul-2-10
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BAFO Determination
1
1
Jul-6-10
Jul-6-10
-54
P890 ?
Notification to Offerors of Discussion
1
1
Jul-7-10
Jul-7-10
-54
P895 ?
! Discussion with Offerors
4
4
Jul-8-10
Jul-13-10
-54
P905 ?
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1
1 Jul-14-10
Jul-14-10
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P920 ?
BAFOs Due
1
1 Aug-2-10
Aug-2-10
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City Execute DBOM Systems Contract
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30 May-28-10 Jun-26-10
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