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SUM-8-7.60
Total pavement replacement from Grahan Rd to just north of SR-303 in the cities of Stow and Hudson, Summit County, Ohio. Also, includes miscellaneous bridge work and possible lighting upgrade.
Summit County SR-8 from Graham Rd to just North of SR-303
$76,515,747.00
Detailed DesignIn-House6/25/2014Michael Simpkins
Investigate replacing the structure over Mud Brook with a 3-sided box culvert
$1,953,756$1,808,000$145,756
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SUM-8-7.60
Total pavement replacement from Grahan Rd to just north of SR-303 in the cities of Stow and Hudson, Summit County, Ohio. Also, includes miscellaneous bridge work and possible lighting upgrade.
Summit County SR-8 from Graham Rd to just North of SR-303
$76,515,747.00
Detailed DesignIn-House6/25/2014Michael Simpkins
Investigate replacing the steel for the SR 8 structures over Hudson Drive
$729,092$764,250-$35,158
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SUM-8-7.60
Total pavement replacement from Grahan Rd to just north of SR-303 in the cities of Stow and Hudson, Summit County, Ohio. Also, includes miscellaneous bridge work and possible lighting upgrade.
Summit County SR-8 from Graham Rd to just North of SR-303
$76,515,747.00
Detailed DesignIn-House6/25/2014Michael Simpkins
Provide temporary access to the NB on ramp from Chittenden Rd
$819,958$115,085$704,873
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SUM-8-7.60
Total pavement replacement from Grahan Rd to just north of SR-303 in the cities of Stow and Hudson, Summit County, Ohio. Also, includes miscellaneous bridge work and possible lighting upgrade.
Summit County SR-8 from Graham Rd to just North of SR-303
$76,515,747.00
Detailed DesignIn-House6/25/2014Michael Simpkins
Investigate not wintering over in a "chute" configuration
$2,300,000$2,300,000$0
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SUM-8-7.60
Total pavement replacement from Grahan Rd to just north of SR-303 in the cities of Stow and Hudson, Summit County, Ohio. Also, includes miscellaneous bridge work and possible lighting upgrade.
Summit County SR-8 from Graham Rd to just North of SR-303
$76,515,747.00
Detailed DesignIn-House6/25/2014Michael Simpkins
Do no change the location of the pavement crown
DSDSDS
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SUM-8-7.60
Total pavement replacement from Grahan Rd to just north of SR-303 in the cities of Stow and Hudson, Summit County, Ohio. Also, includes miscellaneous bridge work and possible lighting upgrade.
Summit County SR-8 from Graham Rd to just North of SR-303
$76,515,747.00
Detailed DesignIn-House6/25/2014Michael Simpkins
Permanently relocate the NB on ramp at SR 303 to Chittenden road.
$576,275$381,170$195,105
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SUM-8-7.60
Total pavement replacement from Grahan Rd to just north of SR-303 in the cities of Stow and Hudson, Summit County, Ohio. Also, includes miscellaneous bridge work and possible lighting upgrade.
Summit County SR-8 from Graham Rd to just North of SR-303
$76,515,747.00
Detailed DesignIn-House6/25/2014Michael Simpkins
Curb the edge of shoulder in areas of the landslides
DSDSDS
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SUM-8-7.60
Total pavement replacement from Grahan Rd to just north of SR-303 in the cities of Stow and Hudson, Summit County, Ohio. Also, includes miscellaneous bridge work and possible lighting upgrade.
Summit County SR-8 from Graham Rd to just North of SR-303
$76,515,747.00
Detailed DesignIn-House6/25/2014Michael Simpkins
Investigate using Geoweb in areas of deep peat
$79,560$106,210-$26,650
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SUM-8-7.60
Total pavement replacement from Grahan Rd to just north of SR-303 in the cities of Stow and Hudson, Summit County, Ohio. Also, includes miscellaneous bridge work and possible lighting upgrade.
Summit County SR-8 from Graham Rd to just North of SR-303
$76,515,747.00
Detailed DesignIn-House6/25/2014Michael Simpkins
Will using the single slope barrier be too much additional weight.
DSDSDS
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FRA-IR.71-0.00
Major rehabilitation of IR-71 and widening to 3 lanes entire length of project Re-deck 3 pairs of mainline structures
Columbus; Franklin County Line to just south of SR-665. SLM 0.00-5.29
$53,012,575.00
Prelim. Engr.In-House6/18/2014Don Fisher
The design team should investigate opportunities to recycle existing concrete pavement, such as fill locations.
DSDSDSAccept
Combine with roadway alternative (see below) to designate and maximize waste areas. Potential to eliminating some guardrail at ramps.
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FRA-IR.71-0.00
Major rehabilitation of IR-71 and widening to 3 lanes entire length of project Re-deck 3 pairs of mainline structures
Columbus; Franklin County Line to just south of SR-665. SLM 0.00-5.29
$53,012,575.00
Prelim. Engr.In-House6/18/2014Don Fisher
Review the need for a new structure vs. rehabilitating the existing
$4,984,935 $4,991,082 ($6,147)Pending
The design team will revisit the structure type study and create a matrix of alternatives complete with economic and environmental impacts. This matrix will be used as the foundation of future discussions with OES and the EPA to determine the best course of action.
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FRA-IR.71-0.00
Major rehabilitation of IR-71 and widening to 3 lanes entire length of project Re-deck 3 pairs of mainline structures
Columbus; Franklin County Line to just south of SR-665. SLM 0.00-5.29
$53,012,575.00
Prelim. Engr.In-House6/18/2014Don Fisher
Review the need for a new structure vs. rehabilitating the existing. Investigate the purchase of an easement ROW from CSX to shorten the structure.
$2,894,667 $2,814,000 80,667Reject
Because of their proximity, these structures are somewhat linked by treatment and profile changes. A complete replacement would require a significant cost increase with questionable benefit.
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FRA-IR.71-0.00
Major rehabilitation of IR-71 and widening to 3 lanes entire length of project Re-deck 3 pairs of mainline structures
Columbus; Franklin County Line to just south of SR-665. SLM 0.00-5.29
$53,012,575.00
Prelim. Engr.In-House6/18/2014Don Fisher
Review the need for a new structure vs. rehabilitating the existing. Shorten the structure by using MSE walls, but retain clearance for future expansion of US.62
$3,934,904 $4,545,000 ($610,096)Reject
Because of their proximity, these structures are somewhat linked by treatment and profile changes. A complete replacement would require a significant cost increase with questionable benefit.
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FRA-IR.71-0.00
Major rehabilitation of IR-71 and widening to 3 lanes entire length of project Re-deck 3 pairs of mainline structures
Columbus; Franklin County Line to just south of SR-665. SLM 0.00-5.29
$53,012,575.00
Prelim. Engr.In-House6/18/2014Don Fisher
Investigate opportunities to waste dirt in the infield of the U.S. 62 interchange and potentially eliminate guardrail by grading.
DSDSDSAccept
See pavement alternative above.
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FRA-IR.71-0.00
Major rehabilitation of IR-71 and widening to 3 lanes entire length of project Re-deck 3 pairs of mainline structures
Columbus; Franklin County Line to just south of SR-665. SLM 0.00-5.29
$53,012,575.00
Prelim. Engr.In-House6/18/2014Don Fisher
Review MOT scheme to close / detour U.S.62 for an extended period of time or close ramps concurrently.
DSDSDSReject
No benefit.
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FRA-IR.70-13.10 (Pjt 6A)
DD, RW, and CO of 70/71 project 6A (Prelim Dev PID 81828) Constructs the WB ramps from downtown Columbus to I-70 WB, I-71 SB, and SR-315 NB Includes full depth pavement replacement of mainline I-70 WB, I-71 SB and Mound St. Total replacement for 3 existing mainline bridges Construct 2 new structures
Columbus. FRA-70 Scioto River to Front St. I-71 from ramp merge S of I-70 to I-70. Mound St from Second St to Short St
$97,492,362.00
Prelim. Engr.Consultant6/10/2014Keith Borkenhagen
Bid the 3 large river crossing bridges using an “Alternate bid” (steel or concrete box) concept.
$99,659,000 $91,500,000 $8,159,000 Pending
Structure type meeting to be held at a later date
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FRA-IR.70-13.10 (Pjt 6A)
DD, RW, and CO of 70/71 project 6A (Prelim Dev PID 81828) Constructs the WB ramps from downtown Columbus to I-70 WB, I-71 SB, and SR-315 NB Includes full depth pavement replacement of mainline I-70 WB, I-71 SB and Mound St. Total replacement for 3 existing mainline bridges Construct 2 new structures
Columbus. FRA-70 Scioto River to Front St. I-71 from ramp merge S of I-70 to I-70. Mound St from Second St to Short St
$97,492,362.00
Prelim. Engr.Consultant6/10/2014Keith Borkenhagen
Construct a single span structure 150 feet long in-lieu-of a two span structure ~237 feet long
$6,388,000 $4,890,000 $1,489,000 Reject
This alternative was studied and rejected during the 4A study
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FRA-IR.70-13.10 (Pjt 6A)
DD, RW, and CO of 70/71 project 6A (Prelim Dev PID 81828) Constructs the WB ramps from downtown Columbus to I-70 WB, I-71 SB, and SR-315 NB Includes full depth pavement replacement of mainline I-70 WB, I-71 SB and Mound St. Total replacement for 3 existing mainline bridges Construct 2 new structures
Columbus. FRA-70 Scioto River to Front St. I-71 from ramp merge S of I-70 to I-70. Mound St from Second St to Short St
$97,492,362.00
Prelim. Engr.Consultant6/10/2014Keith Borkenhagen
Use concrete pavement in-lieu-of asphalt pavement in short sections between bridges and in short sections between MSE walls
$1,133,000 $11,900,000 ($57,000)Pending
Alternative will be accepted barring any issues with MOT
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FRA-IR.70-13.10 (Pjt 6A)
DD, RW, and CO of 70/71 project 6A (Prelim Dev PID 81828) Constructs the WB ramps from downtown Columbus to I-70 WB, I-71 SB, and SR-315 NB Includes full depth pavement replacement of mainline I-70 WB, I-71 SB and Mound St. Total replacement for 3 existing mainline bridges Construct 2 new structures
Columbus. FRA-70 Scioto River to Front St. I-71 from ramp merge S of I-70 to I-70. Mound St from Second St to Short St
$97,492,362.00
Prelim. Engr.Consultant6/10/2014Keith Borkenhagen
Construct Ramps D6 and D7 with concrete pavement in-lieu-of asphalt pavement
$582,000 $611,000 ($29,000)Pending
Same as above
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FRA-IR.70-13.10 (Pjt 6A)
DD, RW, and CO of 70/71 project 6A (Prelim Dev PID 81828) Constructs the WB ramps from downtown Columbus to I-70 WB, I-71 SB, and SR-315 NB Includes full depth pavement replacement of mainline I-70 WB, I-71 SB and Mound St. Total replacement for 3 existing mainline bridges Construct 2 new structures
Columbus. FRA-70 Scioto River to Front St. I-71 from ramp merge S of I-70 to I-70. Mound St from Second St to Short St
$97,492,362.00
Prelim. Engr.Consultant6/10/2014Keith Borkenhagen
Relocate / reconstruct the old 60-inch sanitary sewer under the interstate roadway.
$1,869,000 $2,016,000 ($147,000)Pending
Design team to hold a follow up meeting with the City of Columbus
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FRA-IR.70-13.10 (Pjt 6A)
DD, RW, and CO of 70/71 project 6A (Prelim Dev PID 81828) Constructs the WB ramps from downtown Columbus to I-70 WB, I-71 SB, and SR-315 NB Includes full depth pavement replacement of mainline I-70 WB, I-71 SB and Mound St. Total replacement for 3 existing mainline bridges Construct 2 new structures
Columbus. FRA-70 Scioto River to Front St. I-71 from ramp merge S of I-70 to I-70. Mound St from Second St to Short St
$97,492,362.00
Prelim. Engr.Consultant6/10/2014Keith Borkenhagen
Alternate to Idea E-2 Construct a 42-foot Conspan Arch over the existing sanitary sewer line and place the fill and MSE walls on top.
$1,869,000 $1,652,000 $217,000 Reject
Higher cost than light weight fill alternative with limited benefit.
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FRA-IR.70-13.10 (Pjt 6A)
DD, RW, and CO of 70/71 project 6A (Prelim Dev PID 81828) Constructs the WB ramps from downtown Columbus to I-70 WB, I-71 SB, and SR-315 NB Includes full depth pavement replacement of mainline I-70 WB, I-71 SB and Mound St. Total replacement for 3 existing mainline bridges Construct 2 new structures
Columbus. FRA-70 Scioto River to Front St. I-71 from ramp merge S of I-70 to I-70. Mound St from Second St to Short St
$97,492,362.00
Prelim. Engr.Consultant6/10/2014Keith Borkenhagen
Have the contractor from the Phase 4A project stockpile the causeway dump rock for use on the Phase 6A project.
$150,000 $0 $150,000 Accept
Will require identification of storage site.
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FRA-IR.70-13.10 (Pjt 6A)
DD, RW, and CO of 70/71 project 6A (Prelim Dev PID 81828) Constructs the WB ramps from downtown Columbus to I-70 WB, I-71 SB, and SR-315 NB Includes full depth pavement replacement of mainline I-70 WB, I-71 SB and Mound St. Total replacement for 3 existing mainline bridges Construct 2 new structures
Columbus. FRA-70 Scioto River to Front St. I-71 from ramp merge S of I-70 to I-70. Mound St from Second St to Short St
$97,492,362.00
Prelim. Engr.Consultant6/10/2014Keith Borkenhagen
Minimize the closure time for the I-70 EB to I-71 SB exit ramp
DSDSDSPending
Design team to further investigate
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FRA-IR.70-13.10 (Pjt 6A)
DD, RW, and CO of 70/71 project 6A (Prelim Dev PID 81828) Constructs the WB ramps from downtown Columbus to I-70 WB, I-71 SB, and SR-315 NB Includes full depth pavement replacement of mainline I-70 WB, I-71 SB and Mound St. Total replacement for 3 existing mainline bridges Construct 2 new structures
Columbus. FRA-70 Scioto River to Front St. I-71 from ramp merge S of I-70 to I-70. Mound St from Second St to Short St
$97,492,362.00
Prelim. Engr.Consultant6/10/2014Keith Borkenhagen
Identify possible contractor options to access the work site to haul in causeway dump rock and large bridge section
DSDSDSPending
Design team to further investigate
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FRA-IR.70-3.41
Major rehabilitation from Rome Hilliard to W of Wilson, addition of auxilliary lanes from Rome Hilliard to I-270. Overlay one pair of bridges. Redeck and / or widen 3 pairs of mainline structures. Construct EB outside lane on I-70 from I-270 to Wilson to correct inside merge
COLUMBUS. 0.4 mi W of Alton Darby Creek Rd to 0.3 mi W of Wilson Rd, SLM 3.41-7.60
$53,876,475.00
Preliminary EngineeringIn-House4/15/2014Don Fisher
Investigate the need for pier protection at Norfolk Southern structure
DSDSDSReject
Norfolk Southern should review the need for pier protection.
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FRA-IR.70-3.41
Major rehabilitation from Rome Hilliard to W of Wilson, addition of auxilliary lanes from Rome Hilliard to I-270. Overlay one pair of bridges. Redeck and / or widen 3 pairs of mainline structures. Construct EB outside lane on I-70 from I-270 to Wilson to correct inside merge
COLUMBUS. 0.4 mi W of Alton Darby Creek Rd to 0.3 mi W of Wilson Rd, SLM 3.41-7.60
$53,876,475.00
Preliminary EngineeringIn-House4/15/2014Don Fisher
Use weathering steel beams for structure improvements over Norfolk Southern Railroad
DSDSDSAccept
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FRA-IR.70-3.41
Major rehabilitation from Rome Hilliard to W of Wilson, addition of auxilliary lanes from Rome Hilliard to I-270. Overlay one pair of bridges. Redeck and / or widen 3 pairs of mainline structures. Construct EB outside lane on I-70 from I-270 to Wilson to correct inside merge
COLUMBUS. 0.4 mi W of Alton Darby Creek Rd to 0.3 mi W of Wilson Rd, SLM 3.41-7.60
$53,876,475.00
Preliminary EngineeringIn-House4/15/2014Don Fisher
Build noise barrier in first phase of project
DSDSDSPending
Further project development is required to determine whether it is feasible to construct the noise walls first.
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FRA-IR.70-3.41
Major rehabilitation from Rome Hilliard to W of Wilson, addition of auxilliary lanes from Rome Hilliard to I-270. Overlay one pair of bridges. Redeck and / or widen 3 pairs of mainline structures. Construct EB outside lane on I-70 from I-270 to Wilson to correct inside merge
COLUMBUS. 0.4 mi W of Alton Darby Creek Rd to 0.3 mi W of Wilson Rd, SLM 3.41-7.60
$53,876,475.00
Preliminary EngineeringIn-House4/15/2014Don Fisher
Use fill from a stockpile created by other projects
$1,800,000 $1,600,000 $200,000 Reject
Not feasible
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FRA-IR.70-3.41
Major rehabilitation from Rome Hilliard to W of Wilson, addition of auxilliary lanes from Rome Hilliard to I-270. Overlay one pair of bridges. Redeck and / or widen 3 pairs of mainline structures. Construct EB outside lane on I-70 from I-270 to Wilson to correct inside merge
COLUMBUS. 0.4 mi W of Alton Darby Creek Rd to 0.3 mi W of Wilson Rd, SLM 3.41-7.60
$53,876,475.00
Preliminary EngineeringIn-House4/15/2014Don Fisher
Eliminate mainline IR.70 lighting west of the Norfolk Southern structures
$1,737,000 $1,175,000 $562,000 Accept
Remove the lighting west of the Hilliard-Rome interchange
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FRA-IR.70-15.29
Reconstruct IR 70 including overhead structures Tentative 4 to 5 through lanes
Columbus. I-70 from just east of 18th Ave (SLM 15.29) to just east of Fairwood Avenue (SLM 16.50)
$100,838,282.00
Preliminary EngineeringConsultant4/14/2014George Obaranec
Review bridge foundation recommendations; use alternate design
$2,307,000 $2,307,000 $2,307,000 Accept
Alternative cost updated from the Office of Estimating e-mail in file. Although there is no cost savings, the alternative is easier to construct and involves less risk.
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FRA-IR.70-15.29
Reconstruct IR 70 including overhead structures Tentative 4 to 5 through lanes
Columbus. I-70 from just east of 18th Ave (SLM 15.29) to just east of Fairwood Avenue (SLM 16.50)
$100,838,282.00
Preliminary EngineeringConsultant4/14/2014George Obaranec
Shift I-70 taper point to the west
$2,095,000 $0$2,095,000 Reject
Not feasible. The extra lane length is required for capacity.
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FRA-IR.70-15.29
Reconstruct IR 70 including overhead structures Tentative 4 to 5 through lanes
Columbus. I-70 from just east of 18th Ave (SLM 15.29) to just east of Fairwood Avenue (SLM 16.50)
$100,838,282.00
Preliminary EngineeringConsultant4/14/2014George Obaranec
Convert WB on-ramp as a dedicated, additional lane, not acceleration lane
$3,361,000 $0$3,361,000 Reject
Not feasible. The extra lane length is required for capacity.
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FRA-IR.70-15.29
Reconstruct IR 70 including overhead structures Tentative 4 to 5 through lanes
Columbus. I-70 from just east of 18th Ave (SLM 15.29) to just east of Fairwood Avenue (SLM 16.50)
$100,838,282.00
Preliminary EngineeringConsultant4/14/2014George Obaranec
On one-way pairs, use wider sidewalk on only one side of bridge
$1,210,000 $0$1,210,000 Pending
Pending discussion with the City of Columbus.
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FRA-IR.70-15.29
Reconstruct IR 70 including overhead structures Tentative 4 to 5 through lanes
Columbus. I-70 from just east of 18th Ave (SLM 15.29) to just east of Fairwood Avenue (SLM 16.50)
$100,838,282.00
Preliminary EngineeringConsultant4/14/2014George Obaranec
Eliminate piles for the Fairwood bridge foundation
$55,000 $0$55,000 --
Work on Fairwood bridge has been removed from the project
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FRA-IR.70-15.29
Reconstruct IR 70 including overhead structures Tentative 4 to 5 through lanes
Columbus. I-70 from just east of 18th Ave (SLM 15.29) to just east of Fairwood Avenue (SLM 16.50)
$100,838,282.00
Preliminary EngineeringConsultant4/14/2014George Obaranec
Use tied concrete block mat in lieu of concrete ditch
$553,000 $280,000 $253,000 Accept
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FRA-IR.70-15.29
Reconstruct IR 70 including overhead structures Tentative 4 to 5 through lanes
Columbus. I-70 from just east of 18th Ave (SLM 15.29) to just east of Fairwood Avenue (SLM 16.50)
$100,838,282.00
Preliminary EngineeringConsultant4/14/2014George Obaranec
Reduce bridge width; Ohio Avenue – reduce to 2 lanes
$578,000 $0$578,000 Pending
Pending discussion with the City of Columbus. Traffic analysis was not available at the time of the VE workshop.
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FRA-IR.70-15.29
Reconstruct IR 70 including overhead structures Tentative 4 to 5 through lanes
Columbus. I-70 from just east of 18th Ave (SLM 15.29) to just east of Fairwood Avenue (SLM 16.50)
$100,838,282.00
Preliminary EngineeringConsultant4/14/2014George Obaranec
Reduce bridge width; Linwood Avenue – use 12 foot lanes, not 18 feet
$720,000 $0$720,000 Pending
Pending discussion with the City of Columbus. Traffic analysis was not available at the time of the VE workshop.
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FRA-IR.70-15.29
Reconstruct IR 70 including overhead structures Tentative 4 to 5 through lanes
Columbus. I-70 from just east of 18th Ave (SLM 15.29) to just east of Fairwood Avenue (SLM 16.50)
$100,838,282.00
Preliminary EngineeringConsultant4/14/2014George Obaranec
Reduce bridge width; Kelton Avenue – eliminate striped gore area
$593,000 $0$593,000 Pending
Pending discussion with the City of Columbus. Traffic analysis was not available at the time of the VE workshop.
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FRA-IR.70-15.29
Reconstruct IR 70 including overhead structures Tentative 4 to 5 through lanes
Columbus. I-70 from just east of 18th Ave (SLM 15.29) to just east of Fairwood Avenue (SLM 16.50)
$100,838,282.00
Preliminary EngineeringConsultant4/14/2014George Obaranec
Reduce I-70 median width
$1,015,000 $0$1,015,000 Reject
FHWA would not approve a design exception.
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FRA-IR.70-15.29
Reconstruct IR 70 including overhead structures Tentative 4 to 5 through lanes
Columbus. I-70 from just east of 18th Ave (SLM 15.29) to just east of Fairwood Avenue (SLM 16.50)
$100,838,282.00
Preliminary EngineeringConsultant4/14/2014George Obaranec
Realign WB off-ramp and shift the eastern project start location to the west. Eliminate Fairwood bridge work.
$1,037,000 $0$1,037,000 Accept
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FRA-IR.70-15.29
Reconstruct IR 70 including overhead structures Tentative 4 to 5 through lanes
Columbus. I-70 from just east of 18th Ave (SLM 15.29) to just east of Fairwood Avenue (SLM 16.50)
$100,838,282.00
Preliminary EngineeringConsultant4/14/2014George Obaranec
Construct local road bridges in 2 phases, not 3
288,000$0$288,000 Accept
MOT altered for 2 phase construction as noted in file
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FRA-IR.70-15.29
Reconstruct IR 70 including overhead structures Tentative 4 to 5 through lanes
Columbus. I-70 from just east of 18th Ave (SLM 15.29) to just east of Fairwood Avenue (SLM 16.50)
$100,838,282.00
Preliminary EngineeringConsultant4/14/2014George Obaranec
Reduce Fairwood bridge construction to 2 phases, not 3
48,000$0$48,000 --
Work on Fairwood bridge has been removed from the project
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FRA-IR.70-15.29
Reconstruct IR 70 including overhead structures Tentative 4 to 5 through lanes
Columbus. I-70 from just east of 18th Ave (SLM 15.29) to just east of Fairwood Avenue (SLM 16.50)
$100,838,282.00
Preliminary EngineeringConsultant4/14/2014George Obaranec
Combine one-way pair at Ohio/Champion Avenues and construct as a new location bridge
8,254,0004,398,000$3,856,000 Reject
Not feasible
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FRA-IR.71-5.29
Major Rehabilitation of I-71 from SR-665 to Stringtown Road. Additional third lane widened to the median. Re-deck and widen structures over White Road. PM Brent Downing
Grove City. SLM 5.29 to 9.74 Just south of SR-665 to just north of Stringtown Road
$45,760,123.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House4/9/2014Don Fisher
Use cable barrier for MOT where cross-section design will allow
$200,000 $0 $200,000 Accept
At locations where the cross-section will allow. Add repair quantities to the plan.
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FRA-IR.71-5.29
Major Rehabilitation of I-71 from SR-665 to Stringtown Road. Additional third lane widened to the median. Re-deck and widen structures over White Road. PM Brent Downing
Grove City. SLM 5.29 to 9.74 Just south of SR-665 to just north of Stringtown Road
$45,760,123.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House4/9/2014Don Fisher
Use safety edge on outside shoulder of intermediate course
DSDSDSPending
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FRA-IR.71-5.29
Major Rehabilitation of I-71 from SR-665 to Stringtown Road. Additional third lane widened to the median. Re-deck and widen structures over White Road. PM Brent Downing
Grove City. SLM 5.29 to 9.74 Just south of SR-665 to just north of Stringtown Road
$45,760,123.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House4/9/2014Don Fisher
Final design with rumble strips in the center of the shoulder for future MOT
DSDSDSAccept
Per ODOT Standard Drawing
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FRA-IR.71-5.29
Major Rehabilitation of I-71 from SR-665 to Stringtown Road. Additional third lane widened to the median. Re-deck and widen structures over White Road. PM Brent Downing
Grove City. SLM 5.29 to 9.74 Just south of SR-665 to just north of Stringtown Road
$45,760,123.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House4/9/2014Don Fisher
Balance fill at northbound exit ramp to Stringtown Rd.
DSDSDSAccept
Currently being done
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FRA-IR.71-5.29
Major Rehabilitation of I-71 from SR-665 to Stringtown Road. Additional third lane widened to the median. Re-deck and widen structures over White Road. PM Brent Downing
Grove City. SLM 5.29 to 9.74 Just south of SR-665 to just north of Stringtown Road
$45,760,123.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House4/9/2014Don Fisher
Identify waste area - infield or another project
DSDSDSReject
Not feasible
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FRA-IR.71-5.29
Major Rehabilitation of I-71 from SR-665 to Stringtown Road. Additional third lane widened to the median. Re-deck and widen structures over White Road. PM Brent Downing
Grove City. SLM 5.29 to 9.74 Just south of SR-665 to just north of Stringtown Road
$45,760,123.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House4/9/2014Don Fisher
Remove mow strip
$120,000 $0 $120,000 Accept
Verify with District 6 Maintenance
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FRA-IR.71-5.29
Major Rehabilitation of I-71 from SR-665 to Stringtown Road. Additional third lane widened to the median. Re-deck and widen structures over White Road. PM Brent Downing
Grove City. SLM 5.29 to 9.74 Just south of SR-665 to just north of Stringtown Road
$45,760,123.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House4/9/2014Don Fisher
Install proposed noise barrier in the 1st phase of the project
DSDSDSPending
As the design develops, the design team will determine whether construction staging will allow and for what areas
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FRA-IR.71-5.29
Major Rehabilitation of I-71 from SR-665 to Stringtown Road. Additional third lane widened to the median. Re-deck and widen structures over White Road. PM Brent Downing
Grove City. SLM 5.29 to 9.74 Just south of SR-665 to just north of Stringtown Road
$45,760,123.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House4/9/2014Don Fisher
Use MSE walls on the south side of the White Rd structure to shorten structure
$1,641,000 $1,550,000 $91,000 Reject
Design team already evaluated this alternative, the cost savings was not significant
6
  
FRA-IR.71-5.29
Major Rehabilitation of I-71 from SR-665 to Stringtown Road. Additional third lane widened to the median. Re-deck and widen structures over White Road. PM Brent Downing
Grove City. SLM 5.29 to 9.74 Just south of SR-665 to just north of Stringtown Road
$45,760,123.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House4/9/2014Don Fisher
White Rd. - provide cross section for future 4th lane
$1,641,000 $2,069,000 ($428,000)Reject
This would cause a cost increase, would delay delivery of the project and Grove City has not indicated a need.
6
  
FRA-IR.71-5.29
Major Rehabilitation of I-71 from SR-665 to Stringtown Road. Additional third lane widened to the median. Re-deck and widen structures over White Road. PM Brent Downing
Grove City. SLM 5.29 to 9.74 Just south of SR-665 to just north of Stringtown Road
$45,760,123.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House4/9/2014Don Fisher
Shift bridge foundation location from under utility lines to clear overhead area
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
FRA-IR.71-5.29
Major Rehabilitation of I-71 from SR-665 to Stringtown Road. Additional third lane widened to the median. Re-deck and widen structures over White Road. PM Brent Downing
Grove City. SLM 5.29 to 9.74 Just south of SR-665 to just north of Stringtown Road
$45,760,123.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House4/9/2014Don Fisher
Investigate other topsoil options - $100,000 in topsoil
DSDSDSReject
Topsoil to be applied per ODOT Standard
6
  
FRA-IR.71-5.29
Major Rehabilitation of I-71 from SR-665 to Stringtown Road. Additional third lane widened to the median. Re-deck and widen structures over White Road. PM Brent Downing
Grove City. SLM 5.29 to 9.74 Just south of SR-665 to just north of Stringtown Road
$45,760,123.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House4/9/2014Don Fisher
Remove erosion control matting and replace with seeding and mulching
$7,080 $2,580 $4,500 Reject
Matting to be placed per ODOT Standard
6
  
FRA-IR.71-5.29
Major Rehabilitation of I-71 from SR-665 to Stringtown Road. Additional third lane widened to the median. Re-deck and widen structures over White Road. PM Brent Downing
Grove City. SLM 5.29 to 9.74 Just south of SR-665 to just north of Stringtown Road
$45,760,123.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House4/9/2014Don Fisher
Combine field offices with an adjacent project
$132,000 $66,000 $66,000 Reject
To be determined at the time of project sale, project schedules may limit cost savings
6
  
FRA-IR.71-5.29
Major Rehabilitation of I-71 from SR-665 to Stringtown Road. Additional third lane widened to the median. Re-deck and widen structures over White Road. PM Brent Downing
Grove City. SLM 5.29 to 9.74 Just south of SR-665 to just north of Stringtown Road
$45,760,123.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House4/9/2014Don Fisher
Delay the installation of new lighting to future Stringtown Rd. interchange project
$730,000 $0 $730,000 Reject
Design team to review the future interchange modification project in their design to prevent multiple lighting relocations.
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FRA-IR.71-9.74
Major Rehabilitation of IR-71 from Stringtown Road to SR-315. Investiage need for auxilliary lanes on I-71. Re-deck and rehab 5 pairs of mainline structures
Columbus, Grove City; from just north of Stringtown Road to SR-315. SLM 9.74 to 15.26
$76,400,000.00
n/aPrelim. Engr.In-House3/12/2014Don Fisher
Verify and review the need for legal cross-overs / breaks in the barrier. Cross-over at 453+50 could possibly be removed. Verify with maintenance.
DSDSDSAccept
Already being done
6
  
FRA-IR.71-9.74
Major Rehabilitation of IR-71 from Stringtown Road to SR-315. Investiage need for auxilliary lanes on I-71. Re-deck and rehab 5 pairs of mainline structures
Columbus, Grove City; from just north of Stringtown Road to SR-315. SLM 9.74 to 15.26
$76,400,000.00
n/aPrelim. Engr.In-House3/12/2014Don Fisher
Reduce clearance for Ramp A IR.71 south to IR.270 east from 17'2" to minimum design.
DSDSDSReject
Structure clearance is required to meet profile of mainline structure
6
  
FRA-IR.71-9.74
Major Rehabilitation of IR-71 from Stringtown Road to SR-315. Investiage need for auxilliary lanes on I-71. Re-deck and rehab 5 pairs of mainline structures
Columbus, Grove City; from just north of Stringtown Road to SR-315. SLM 9.74 to 15.26
$76,400,000.00
n/aPrelim. Engr.In-House3/12/2014Don Fisher
For environmental concerns, limit impacts to Big Run during construction
DSDSDSAccept
Already being done
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FRA-IR.71-9.74
Major Rehabilitation of IR-71 from Stringtown Road to SR-315. Investiage need for auxilliary lanes on I-71. Re-deck and rehab 5 pairs of mainline structures
Columbus, Grove City; from just north of Stringtown Road to SR-315. SLM 9.74 to 15.26
$76,400,000.00
n/aPrelim. Engr.In-House3/12/2014Don Fisher
The structures at Frank Road were built in 1960. Would a complete replacement provide more value and at what cost?
DSDSDSPending
Design team to evaluate cost, implications to adjacent intersections and possible future expansion of Frank Rd.
6
  
FRA-IR.71-9.74
Major Rehabilitation of IR-71 from Stringtown Road to SR-315. Investiage need for auxilliary lanes on I-71. Re-deck and rehab 5 pairs of mainline structures
Columbus, Grove City; from just north of Stringtown Road to SR-315. SLM 9.74 to 15.26
$76,400,000.00
n/aPrelim. Engr.In-House3/12/2014Don Fisher
Reduce the number of spans at Greenlawn Avenue from 3 to 1.
$5,504,082$3,124,656$2,379,426Pending
Design team to evaluate alternate structure designs, possibly an unbalanced structure and implications to flood wall
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FRA-IR.71-9.74
Major Rehabilitation of IR-71 from Stringtown Road to SR-315. Investiage need for auxilliary lanes on I-71. Re-deck and rehab 5 pairs of mainline structures
Columbus, Grove City; from just north of Stringtown Road to SR-315. SLM 9.74 to 15.26
$76,400,000.00
n/aPrelim. Engr.In-House3/12/2014Don Fisher
Add profile grading to improve safety and drainage. Some areas of the project are extremely flat. The design team should consider using any available surplus earthwork to improve drainage.
DSDSDSAccept
Already being done
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FRA-IR.71-9.74
Major Rehabilitation of IR-71 from Stringtown Road to SR-315. Investiage need for auxilliary lanes on I-71. Re-deck and rehab 5 pairs of mainline structures
Columbus, Grove City; from just north of Stringtown Road to SR-315. SLM 9.74 to 15.26
$76,400,000.00
n/aPrelim. Engr.In-House3/12/2014Don Fisher
Some drainage is oversized. Re-evaluate drainage to pump station The design team stated that some of the drainage is oversized because of the pump station and other connecting projects
DSDSDSReject
Drainage design accommodates future construction to the north and south
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FRA-IR.71-9.74
Major Rehabilitation of IR-71 from Stringtown Road to SR-315. Investiage need for auxilliary lanes on I-71. Re-deck and rehab 5 pairs of mainline structures
Columbus, Grove City; from just north of Stringtown Road to SR-315. SLM 9.74 to 15.26
$76,400,000.00
n/aPrelim. Engr.In-House3/12/2014Don Fisher
Evaluate options including increased slopes to 2:1 at STA 679+33 to 681+25
$514,263$411,263$103,000Pending
Review slopes at retaining walls with maintenance to determine best option. Either a 4:1 or 2:1 with low-maintenance vegetation
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LUC-IR.475/20-Interchg Upgrade
A TRAC funded project to upgrade the IR-475/US-20 interchange to correct horizontal and geometric deficiencies, improve capacity, reduce congestion, and address accident issues; perform necessary related work. See PID 94732
LUC-I-475/US-20 interchange
$64,440,576.00
94732Preliminary DesignConsultant12/9/2013George Obaranec
Reduce US 20 pavement thickness
$1,770,000 $1,574,000 $196,000
2
  
LUC-IR.475/20-Interchg Upgrade
A TRAC funded project to upgrade the IR-475/US-20 interchange to correct horizontal and geometric deficiencies, improve capacity, reduce congestion, and address accident issues; perform necessary related work. See PID 94732
LUC-I-475/US-20 interchange
$64,440,576.00
94732Preliminary DesignConsultant12/9/2013George Obaranec
Steepen ramp grades Ramp B
$143,000 $18,000 $182,000
2
  
LUC-IR.475/20-Interchg Upgrade
A TRAC funded project to upgrade the IR-475/US-20 interchange to correct horizontal and geometric deficiencies, improve capacity, reduce congestion, and address accident issues; perform necessary related work. See PID 94732
LUC-I-475/US-20 interchange
$64,440,576.00
94732Preliminary DesignConsultant12/9/2013George Obaranec
Leave existing ramp embankments
$65,000 $15,000 $50,000
2
  
LUC-IR.475/20-Interchg Upgrade
A TRAC funded project to upgrade the IR-475/US-20 interchange to correct horizontal and geometric deficiencies, improve capacity, reduce congestion, and address accident issues; perform necessary related work. See PID 94732
LUC-I-475/US-20 interchange
$64,440,576.00
94732Preliminary DesignConsultant12/9/2013George Obaranec
Review MOT; use partial ramp closure
$455,000 $0 $455,000
2
  
LUC-IR.475/20-Interchg Upgrade
A TRAC funded project to upgrade the IR-475/US-20 interchange to correct horizontal and geometric deficiencies, improve capacity, reduce congestion, and address accident issues; perform necessary related work. See PID 94732
LUC-I-475/US-20 interchange
$64,440,576.00
94732Preliminary DesignConsultant12/9/2013George Obaranec
Use alternate retaining wall design
DSDSDS
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FRA-IR.70-13.17
70/71 4A Interchange Reconfiguration Project
EB I-70 realignment from I-71/SR-315 accessing downtown Columbus
Includes work on Mound, Fulton, Front, and High
5 bridge replacements and 8 new bridges, 11 retaining walls
Columbus. SLM 13.17 (W of Scioto River) to SLM 14.11 (E of High St
$141,992,309.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant10/16/2013George Obaranec
A-1 Review current bridge layout
$2,825,000 $1,000,000 $1,825,000 Reject
We agreed the suggested 4 equal spans at 250’ should not interfere with the existing substructures. However, due to the spans all being the same length, the maximum positive moment is not quite equalized at all spans. The result is that the superstructure is not a very cost efficient compared to the bridge, as very cost efficient compared to the bridge, as the span ratio from the length of the end span to interior span is between 0.7 and 0.8. With this un-optimized span arrangement and longer span (250’), the structure depth of the deeper girder depth would not be able to clear the base flood event of 100 years as required by the city code and the No-rise on floodwall year by FEMA/Flood wall protection requirement. With further direction received following the VE meeting, GPD is to investigate a steel tub girder. The unit cost of the steel tub provided by Kokosing Construction and Strupp Bridge is around $2.30 per pound (including shipping and erection). Based on this information, the superstructure cost would increase by $2,100,000, however, the cost saving of eliminating one pier is around $269,000. The cost of this 4 span option would have a net increase of $1,831,000. See below for details Cost of superstructure steel: Additional cost Structural Steel = ($2.3 – $1.84) per Lbs. * 4598289 Lbs. = $2,115,213 Saving 1) Pier Drilled Shaft, 42” diameter, into bedrock ……………………………….……..= $45,000 Drilled Shaft, 48” diameter, above bedrock………………….………. = $138,000 Concrete Pier…………………… = $ 86,000
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FRA-IR.70-13.17
70/71 4A Interchange Reconfiguration Project
EB I-70 realignment from I-71/SR-315 accessing downtown Columbus
Includes work on Mound, Fulton, Front, and High
5 bridge replacements and 8 new bridges, 11 retaining walls
Columbus. SLM 13.17 (W of Scioto River) to SLM 14.11 (E of High St
$141,992,309.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant10/16/2013George Obaranec
Review eastern end spans, shorten mainline bridge
$952,000 $48,000 $904,000 Reject
The location of the east abutment for the EB river bridge was set considering all five river crossing structures. The original location of the east abutment of the EB river bridge was positioned to live up slightly west of the abutments for the two proposed west bound bridge east abutments (see exhibit#1). All of the abutments need to be positioned to avoid the existing abutments, allow clearance for the bikeway and be located outside the flood zone (100 year flood). We have had discussions with MS engineers concerning the locations of the east abutments for the two WB bridges and the adjacent pier for the WB to SB I-71 bridge. MS is considering locating the two abutments and pier at approximately the same locations shown on the attached exhibit. Therefore, aligning the east abutments for the two southern most river crossing bridges and shortening the overall length of the EB mainline bridge as suggested does not make sense when considering all five river crossing structures, the bikeway and the flood zone.
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FRA-IR.70-13.17
70/71 4A Interchange Reconfiguration Project
EB I-70 realignment from I-71/SR-315 accessing downtown Columbus
Includes work on Mound, Fulton, Front, and High
5 bridge replacements and 8 new bridges, 11 retaining walls
Columbus. SLM 13.17 (W of Scioto River) to SLM 14.11 (E of High St
$141,992,309.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant10/16/2013George Obaranec
Shorten bridge span
$1,231,000 $75,000 $1,156,000 Reject
The rear abutment location is based on the location of the sanitary lines that runs just west of the 12’x10.42’ sanitary main as well as the12’x10.42’ sanitary main itself. It was our understanding that these sanitary lines were to remain and access to the manholes must be maintained. The existing sanitary pipes are currently located approximately 15’ below the existing pavement. Therefore, if the rear abutment was shifted to the east as suggested the existing sanitary pipes would be buried under 50’ of fill and it would be very difficult to place the abutment piles around the existing sanitary pipes and manholes. Also, It would be impossible to maintain these lines. See the exhibit #2 for the critical lines indicated to remain. We are strongly not recommend to bury these sanitary lines over 50’ of fill, therefore the only way for this option to be viable would be to relocate the sanitary lines in question. The estimated additional cost for the relocation of the sanitary lines is around $300,000. Also if full MSE walls are the preferred option at this location there would be additional above the added pavement. There would also be costs due to more MSE wall (2300 SF) at a cost of $276,000 and moment slab (80 LF) at a cost of $16,000. Therefore the total additional cost for shortening these two bridges would be around $592,000. The estimated cost reduction for the shortening bridge length is $760,000. including the 20% contingency and future maintenance costs. This value is generally based on a proportioning of the type study costs relative to the span reduction. The saving is not significant.
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FRA-IR.70-13.17
70/71 4A Interchange Reconfiguration Project
EB I-70 realignment from I-71/SR-315 accessing downtown Columbus
Includes work on Mound, Fulton, Front, and High
5 bridge replacements and 8 new bridges, 11 retaining walls
Columbus. SLM 13.17 (W of Scioto River) to SLM 14.11 (E of High St
$141,992,309.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant10/16/2013George Obaranec
A-4 Protect/relocate 96” sewer pipe; use alternate bridge type
$2,600,000 $1,000,000 $1,600,000 Pending
We will evaluate a protective cap over the 96” sewer line with standard concrete AASHTO I beam (cross beam) support on the conventional wall pier at the median. The suggested structure would be similar to our proposed option #3 (except concrete beam) and just like the structure at Goodale Street over I-670.
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FRA-IR.70-13.17
70/71 4A Interchange Reconfiguration Project
EB I-70 realignment from I-71/SR-315 accessing downtown Columbus
Includes work on Mound, Fulton, Front, and High
5 bridge replacements and 8 new bridges, 11 retaining walls
Columbus. SLM 13.17 (W of Scioto River) to SLM 14.11 (E of High St
$141,992,309.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant10/16/2013George Obaranec
A-5 Shift ramp alignment to reduce cantilever
$1,340,000 $0 $1,340,000 N/A
With further direction received following the VE meeting, GPD is to investigate shifting the Ramp C5 alignment to the north to reduce/minimize R/W impacts instead of shifting to the south. Could not see how by reducing the cantilever from 14’-0” to7’-0” would have cost saving by $1,340,000
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FRA-IR.70-13.17
70/71 4A Interchange Reconfiguration Project
EB I-70 realignment from I-71/SR-315 accessing downtown Columbus
Includes work on Mound, Fulton, Front, and High
5 bridge replacements and 8 new bridges, 11 retaining walls
Columbus. SLM 13.17 (W of Scioto River) to SLM 14.11 (E of High St
$141,992,309.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant10/16/2013George Obaranec
B-1 / DC Embed beam in drilled shafts
$0 $0 $0 Pending
We will investigate this request during the detail design
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FRA-IR.70-13.17
70/71 4A Interchange Reconfiguration Project
EB I-70 realignment from I-71/SR-315 accessing downtown Columbus
Includes work on Mound, Fulton, Front, and High
5 bridge replacements and 8 new bridges, 11 retaining walls
Columbus. SLM 13.17 (W of Scioto River) to SLM 14.11 (E of High St
$141,992,309.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant10/16/2013George Obaranec
B-2 Construct Wall 1 as a CIP, not MSE
$53,000 $0 $53,000 Pending
We will investigate this request during the detail design
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FRA-IR.70-13.17
70/71 4A Interchange Reconfiguration Project
EB I-70 realignment from I-71/SR-315 accessing downtown Columbus
Includes work on Mound, Fulton, Front, and High
5 bridge replacements and 8 new bridges, 11 retaining walls
Columbus. SLM 13.17 (W of Scioto River) to SLM 14.11 (E of High St
$141,992,309.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant10/16/2013George Obaranec
B-3 / DC Use pre-cast cantilever walls
$0 $0 $0 Pending
We will investigate this request during the detail design
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FRA-IR.70-13.17
70/71 4A Interchange Reconfiguration Project
EB I-70 realignment from I-71/SR-315 accessing downtown Columbus
Includes work on Mound, Fulton, Front, and High
5 bridge replacements and 8 new bridges, 11 retaining walls
Columbus. SLM 13.17 (W of Scioto River) to SLM 14.11 (E of High St
$141,992,309.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant10/16/2013George Obaranec
E-1 Use embankment from previous project
$1,082,000 $0 $1,082,000 Pending
Please provide previous project locations that the VE recommendation references. Also,are there any specific requirements (notes details, plans, pay items, etc.) necessary or required within the project plans?
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FRA-IR.70-13.17
70/71 4A Interchange Reconfiguration Project
EB I-70 realignment from I-71/SR-315 accessing downtown Columbus
Includes work on Mound, Fulton, Front, and High
5 bridge replacements and 8 new bridges, 11 retaining walls
Columbus. SLM 13.17 (W of Scioto River) to SLM 14.11 (E of High St
$141,992,309.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant10/16/2013George Obaranec
J-1 /DC Close loop and construct I-71 in first phase
$0 $0 $0 Pending
We will Evaluate the feasibility of this request with the updated concept following the Ramp C5 update
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FRA-IR.70-13.17
70/71 4A Interchange Reconfiguration Project
EB I-70 realignment from I-71/SR-315 accessing downtown Columbus
Includes work on Mound, Fulton, Front, and High
5 bridge replacements and 8 new bridges, 11 retaining walls
Columbus. SLM 13.17 (W of Scioto River) to SLM 14.11 (E of High St
$141,992,309.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant10/16/2013George Obaranec
J-2 / DC Keep I-71 as 2 –lanes to Sta. 170, converge further east
$0 $0 $0 Reject
We understand the logic for the request However, we disagree with the concept at this time due to safety concerns. Further discussions with the District will need to occur to determine what the District would like to see done
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FRA-IR.70-13.17
70/71 4A Interchange Reconfiguration Project
EB I-70 realignment from I-71/SR-315 accessing downtown Columbus
Includes work on Mound, Fulton, Front, and High
5 bridge replacements and 8 new bridges, 11 retaining walls
Columbus. SLM 13.17 (W of Scioto River) to SLM 14.11 (E of High St
$141,992,309.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant10/16/2013George Obaranec
J-3 Close 315 south to I-70 east
$1,829,000 $0 $1,829,000 Reject
The true cost savings are only approximately $340,000 as the $1.8 Million number does not take into account the permanent bridge widening that is required for future west interchange project phases. The additional structure width necessary to provide the proper acceleration lane is an average width of 4’ over approximately the first 425’ of the structure length. Due to the limited cost savings now and the requirement to widen the bridge in the future, we recommend against this suggestion.
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FRA-IR.70-13.17
70/71 4A Interchange Reconfiguration Project
EB I-70 realignment from I-71/SR-315 accessing downtown Columbus
Includes work on Mound, Fulton, Front, and High
5 bridge replacements and 8 new bridges, 11 retaining walls
Columbus. SLM 13.17 (W of Scioto River) to SLM 14.11 (E of High St
$141,992,309.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant10/16/2013George Obaranec
J-4 DC Re-route I-71 north to 315 north movement to I-670 east – longer duration
$0 $0 $0 Pending
We were attempting to limit the amount of disruption for normal traffic patterns within the downtown to minimize stress on alternate routes. However if this is an alternative that the District would like evaluated, we will do so.
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WOO-IR.75-11.18
A major new funded project to widen I-75 to three lanes in each direction from Portage Rd to Devil's Hole Rd, perform necessary related work.
From Portage Rd to Devil's Hole Rd
$64,489,037.00
Detail DesignIn-House9/11/2013Don Fisher
Use T-pier to eliminate the need for a crash wall at RR structures
DSDSDS
2
  
WOO-IR.75-11.18
A major new funded project to widen I-75 to three lanes in each direction from Portage Rd to Devil's Hole Rd, perform necessary related work.
From Portage Rd to Devil's Hole Rd
$64,489,037.00
Detail DesignIn-House9/11/2013Don Fisher
Alternate bid on ABC structure construction, design build vs. push in place
DSDSDS
2
  
WOO-IR.75-11.18
A major new funded project to widen I-75 to three lanes in each direction from Portage Rd to Devil's Hole Rd, perform necessary related work.
From Portage Rd to Devil's Hole Rd
$64,489,037.00
Detail DesignIn-House9/11/2013Don Fisher
Optimize WOO-75-12.04 footing design
DSDSDS
2
  
WOO-IR.75-11.18
A major new funded project to widen I-75 to three lanes in each direction from Portage Rd to Devil's Hole Rd, perform necessary related work.
From Portage Rd to Devil's Hole Rd
$64,489,037.00
Detail DesignIn-House9/11/2013Don Fisher
Add notes to plans to address high bedrock especially for under drains, undercut and drainage
DSDSDS
2
  
WOO-IR.75-11.18
A major new funded project to widen I-75 to three lanes in each direction from Portage Rd to Devil's Hole Rd, perform necessary related work.
From Portage Rd to Devil's Hole Rd
$64,489,037.00
Detail DesignIn-House9/11/2013Don Fisher
Open cut vs. jack and bore construction
DSDSDS
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WOO-IR.75-3.01
A major new funded project to widen I-75 to three lanes in each direction from Oil Center Rd to Portage Rd; perform necessary related work
From Oil Center Rd to Portage Rd
$56,424,066.00
Detail DesignIn-House9/11/2013Don Fisher
see PID 95435
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LUC-IR.75-6.70
Widening and reconstruction of LUC-75 from Lagrange St to I-280; perform necessary related work. Original agreement 12655 is thru step 4 of the major PDP process
From Lagrange St to I-280 in the city of Toledo
$56,225,529.00
Detail DesignIn-House9/9/2013Don Fisher
Remove / reduce / move retaining walls, A, F, D, E
$7,100,000$2,500,000$4,600,000Partially implement
Reduced by 1/3 since stage I
2
  
LUC-IR.75-6.70
Widening and reconstruction of LUC-75 from Lagrange St to I-280; perform necessary related work. Original agreement 12655 is thru step 4 of the major PDP process
From Lagrange St to I-280 in the city of Toledo
$56,225,529.00
Detail DesignIn-House9/9/2013Don Fisher
Retain existing paement on Ramp C
$1,700,000$1,200,000$500,000Pending
2
  
LUC-IR.75-6.70
Widening and reconstruction of LUC-75 from Lagrange St to I-280; perform necessary related work. Original agreement 12655 is thru step 4 of the major PDP process
From Lagrange St to I-280 in the city of Toledo
$56,225,529.00
Detail DesignIn-House9/9/2013Don Fisher
Retain ramp C as a single lane
Accept
existing ramp pavement is high quality and in good condition
2
  
LUC-IR.75-6.70
Widening and reconstruction of LUC-75 from Lagrange St to I-280; perform necessary related work. Original agreement 12655 is thru step 4 of the major PDP process
From Lagrange St to I-280 in the city of Toledo
$56,225,529.00
Detail DesignIn-House9/9/2013Don Fisher
Replace cast -in-place foundation with H-piles
$12,504,100$10,717,800$1,786,300Accept
2
  
LUC-IR.75-6.70
Widening and reconstruction of LUC-75 from Lagrange St to I-280; perform necessary related work. Original agreement 12655 is thru step 4 of the major PDP process
From Lagrange St to I-280 in the city of Toledo
$56,225,529.00
Detail DesignIn-House9/9/2013Don Fisher
use borrow from District 2 stockpiles
$2,000,000$1,000,000$1,000,000Accept
add note to the plans
2
  
LUC-IR.75-6.70
Widening and reconstruction of LUC-75 from Lagrange St to I-280; perform necessary related work. Original agreement 12655 is thru step 4 of the major PDP process
From Lagrange St to I-280 in the city of Toledo
$56,225,529.00
Detail DesignIn-House9/9/2013Don Fisher
Reduce shoulders on the Polish Village structure from 8' to 2'
$1,154,962$791,362$363,600Reject
Reduced shoulders will not allow a proper turn radius for truck traffic
2
  
LUC-IR.75-6.70
Widening and reconstruction of LUC-75 from Lagrange St to I-280; perform necessary related work. Original agreement 12655 is thru step 4 of the major PDP process
From Lagrange St to I-280 in the city of Toledo
$56,225,529.00
Detail DesignIn-House9/9/2013Don Fisher
Remove Polish Village overpass, do not replace
$1,154,962$171,000$983,962Reject
not publically acceptable
2
  
LUC-IR.75-6.70
Widening and reconstruction of LUC-75 from Lagrange St to I-280; perform necessary related work. Original agreement 12655 is thru step 4 of the major PDP process
From Lagrange St to I-280 in the city of Toledo
$56,225,529.00
Detail DesignIn-House9/9/2013Don Fisher
use vibration monitoring for pile driving
DSDSDSAccept
add note to the plans
2
  
LUC-IR.75-6.70
Widening and reconstruction of LUC-75 from Lagrange St to I-280; perform necessary related work. Original agreement 12655 is thru step 4 of the major PDP process
From Lagrange St to I-280 in the city of Toledo
$56,225,529.00
Detail DesignIn-House9/9/2013Don Fisher
investigate chemical stabilization to minimize undercut
DSDSDSAccept
2
  
LUC-IR.75-6.70
Widening and reconstruction of LUC-75 from Lagrange St to I-280; perform necessary related work. Original agreement 12655 is thru step 4 of the major PDP process
From Lagrange St to I-280 in the city of Toledo
$56,225,529.00
Detail DesignIn-House9/9/2013Don Fisher
Locate / verify sanitary within the system interchange
DSDSDSPending
60" force main built in the field - not in the plans
4
  
MAH/TRU-IR.80-4.50/0.00
Widen IR-80 to six lanes from IR 680/SR 11 in Mahoning County to SR 711 / SR 11 in Trumbull County. Add auxiliary lanes on I-80 between SR-11/SR711 interchange and SR-193 Interchange. Replace existing mainline pavement from pavement joints west of SR-680
IR680/SR-11 in Mahoning County to SR-193 in Trumbull County.
$91,401,420.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant9/4/2013George Obaranec
Use concrete pavement at Salt Springs Rd
$0$0$0Accept
4
  
MAH/TRU-IR.80-4.50/0.00
Widen IR-80 to six lanes from IR 680/SR 11 in Mahoning County to SR 711 / SR 11 in Trumbull County. Add auxiliary lanes on I-80 between SR-11/SR711 interchange and SR-193 Interchange. Replace existing mainline pavement from pavement joints west of SR-680
IR680/SR-11 in Mahoning County to SR-193 in Trumbull County.
$91,401,420.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant9/4/2013George Obaranec
Use alternate design for retaining wall at bifurcated area
$238,000$21,000$217,000Pending
depends on findings in geotech report
4
  
MAH/TRU-IR.80-4.50/0.00
Widen IR-80 to six lanes from IR 680/SR 11 in Mahoning County to SR 711 / SR 11 in Trumbull County. Add auxiliary lanes on I-80 between SR-11/SR711 interchange and SR-193 Interchange. Replace existing mainline pavement from pavement joints west of SR-680
IR680/SR-11 in Mahoning County to SR-193 in Trumbull County.
$91,401,420.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant9/4/2013George Obaranec
use alternate design for Liberty Street ROW
$227,000$117,000$110,000Pending
depends on findings in geotech report
4
  
MAH/TRU-IR.80-4.50/0.00
Widen IR-80 to six lanes from IR 680/SR 11 in Mahoning County to SR 711 / SR 11 in Trumbull County. Add auxiliary lanes on I-80 between SR-11/SR711 interchange and SR-193 Interchange. Replace existing mainline pavement from pavement joints west of SR-680
IR680/SR-11 in Mahoning County to SR-193 in Trumbull County.
$91,401,420.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant9/4/2013George Obaranec
Review MOT schemes for combined projects
$362,000$0$362,000Accept
already implemented
4
  
MAH/TRU-IR.80-4.50/0.00
Widen IR-80 to six lanes from IR 680/SR 11 in Mahoning County to SR 711 / SR 11 in Trumbull County. Add auxiliary lanes on I-80 between SR-11/SR711 interchange and SR-193 Interchange. Replace existing mainline pavement from pavement joints west of SR-680
IR680/SR-11 in Mahoning County to SR-193 in Trumbull County.
$91,401,420.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant9/4/2013George Obaranec
use alternate design for barrier protection along tight curve
DSDSDS
4
  
MAH/TRU-IR.80-4.50/0.00
Widen IR-80 to six lanes from IR 680/SR 11 in Mahoning County to SR 711 / SR 11 in Trumbull County. Add auxiliary lanes on I-80 between SR-11/SR711 interchange and SR-193 Interchange. Replace existing mainline pavement from pavement joints west of SR-680
IR680/SR-11 in Mahoning County to SR-193 in Trumbull County.
$91,401,420.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant9/4/2013George Obaranec
Use Type D barrier in lieu of guardrail at high impact areas
DSDSDS
maintneance vs. safety concern
4
  
MAH/TRU-IR.80-4.50/0.00
Widen IR-80 to six lanes from IR 680/SR 11 in Mahoning County to SR 711 / SR 11 in Trumbull County. Add auxiliary lanes on I-80 between SR-11/SR711 interchange and SR-193 Interchange. Replace existing mainline pavement from pavement joints west of SR-680
IR680/SR-11 in Mahoning County to SR-193 in Trumbull County.
$91,401,420.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant9/4/2013George Obaranec
Reconstruct west interchange bridges
DSDSDS
Bridges in good condition
4
  
MAH/TRU-IR.80-4.50/0.00
Widen IR-80 to six lanes from IR 680/SR 11 in Mahoning County to SR 711 / SR 11 in Trumbull County. Add auxiliary lanes on I-80 between SR-11/SR711 interchange and SR-193 Interchange. Replace existing mainline pavement from pavement joints west of SR-680
IR680/SR-11 in Mahoning County to SR-193 in Trumbull County.
$91,401,420.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant9/4/2013George Obaranec
Incorporate permeanent ITS infrastructure
DSDSDS
Part of a separate project
4
  
MAH/TRU-IR.80-4.50/0.00
Widen IR-80 to six lanes from IR 680/SR 11 in Mahoning County to SR 711 / SR 11 in Trumbull County. Add auxiliary lanes on I-80 between SR-11/SR711 interchange and SR-193 Interchange. Replace existing mainline pavement from pavement joints west of SR-680
IR680/SR-11 in Mahoning County to SR-193 in Trumbull County.
$91,401,420.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant9/4/2013George Obaranec
use roadside assitance service
DSDSDS
Provided by ODOT forces
4
  
MAH/TRU-IR.80-4.50/0.00
Widen IR-80 to six lanes from IR 680/SR 11 in Mahoning County to SR 711 / SR 11 in Trumbull County. Add auxiliary lanes on I-80 between SR-11/SR711 interchange and SR-193 Interchange. Replace existing mainline pavement from pavement joints west of SR-680
IR680/SR-11 in Mahoning County to SR-193 in Trumbull County.
$91,401,420.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant9/4/2013George Obaranec
Reduce construction speed limit
DSDSDS
ODOT policy
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FRA-270-17.29
Reconstruction of I-270 at US 33/SR 161 interchange - Project 1
Add 2 new lanes on 33 WB and 4 new lanes on 33 EB between Avery Rd & I-270
Remove SE & NW loop ramps and construct new ramps WN & ES
Construct 3 or 4 new bridges for ramps WN & ES over 270 and 33 over new ramps
Only Preliminary Engineering is approved/funded by the TRAC at this time.
Planning study - PID 75154.
Dublin. FRA IR 270 at US 33/SR 161 Interchange, FRA-33 from 1.31/Avery to 3.13/Frantz
$131,068,784.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant6/26/2013George Obaranec
Use alternate wall system, H-piling, sheeting
$2,675,000 $2,064,000 $611,000 Pending
As the design has progressed, wall limits have been shortened reducing the potential cost and savings. Design will be contingent on available soils and rock in the area.
6
  
FRA-270-17.29
Reconstruction of I-270 at US 33/SR 161 interchange - Project 1
Add 2 new lanes on 33 WB and 4 new lanes on 33 EB between Avery Rd & I-270
Remove SE & NW loop ramps and construct new ramps WN & ES
Construct 3 or 4 new bridges for ramps WN & ES over 270 and 33 over new ramps
Only Preliminary Engineering is approved/funded by the TRAC at this time.
Planning study - PID 75154.
Dublin. FRA IR 270 at US 33/SR 161 Interchange, FRA-33 from 1.31/Avery to 3.13/Frantz
$131,068,784.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant6/26/2013George Obaranec
Reduce loop ramp radius
$2,573,000 $0 $2,573,000 Reject
Ramp already exhibits a crash problem. Proposed alternative violates L&D.
6
  
FRA-270-17.29
Reconstruction of I-270 at US 33/SR 161 interchange - Project 1
Add 2 new lanes on 33 WB and 4 new lanes on 33 EB between Avery Rd & I-270
Remove SE & NW loop ramps and construct new ramps WN & ES
Construct 3 or 4 new bridges for ramps WN & ES over 270 and 33 over new ramps
Only Preliminary Engineering is approved/funded by the TRAC at this time.
Planning study - PID 75154.
Dublin. FRA IR 270 at US 33/SR 161 Interchange, FRA-33 from 1.31/Avery to 3.13/Frantz
$131,068,784.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant6/26/2013George Obaranec
Reduce SW quadrant wall
$4,750,000 $3,509,000 $1,241,000 Accept
6
  
FRA-270-17.29
Reconstruction of I-270 at US 33/SR 161 interchange - Project 1
Add 2 new lanes on 33 WB and 4 new lanes on 33 EB between Avery Rd & I-270
Remove SE & NW loop ramps and construct new ramps WN & ES
Construct 3 or 4 new bridges for ramps WN & ES over 270 and 33 over new ramps
Only Preliminary Engineering is approved/funded by the TRAC at this time.
Planning study - PID 75154.
Dublin. FRA IR 270 at US 33/SR 161 Interchange, FRA-33 from 1.31/Avery to 3.13/Frantz
$131,068,784.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant6/26/2013George Obaranec
Optimize NE quadrant ramp profiles
$3,759,000 $422,000 $3,337,000 ($2.5 mil)Accept
Design consultant has already begun this process. Savings are in the $2.0-$2.5 million range
6
  
FRA-270-17.29
Reconstruction of I-270 at US 33/SR 161 interchange - Project 1
Add 2 new lanes on 33 WB and 4 new lanes on 33 EB between Avery Rd & I-270
Remove SE & NW loop ramps and construct new ramps WN & ES
Construct 3 or 4 new bridges for ramps WN & ES over 270 and 33 over new ramps
Only Preliminary Engineering is approved/funded by the TRAC at this time.
Planning study - PID 75154.
Dublin. FRA IR 270 at US 33/SR 161 Interchange, FRA-33 from 1.31/Avery to 3.13/Frantz
$131,068,784.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant6/26/2013George Obaranec
Shift NW quadrant ramps closer
$1,102,000 $211,000 $891,000 ($0)Accept
Design consultant has already changed the design to accommodate this alternative. Wall is more expensive than the original estimate. Cost savings will be cancelled out by the cost of the retaining wall, however some ROW will be reduced.
6
  
FRA-270-17.29
Reconstruction of I-270 at US 33/SR 161 interchange - Project 1
Add 2 new lanes on 33 WB and 4 new lanes on 33 EB between Avery Rd & I-270
Remove SE & NW loop ramps and construct new ramps WN & ES
Construct 3 or 4 new bridges for ramps WN & ES over 270 and 33 over new ramps
Only Preliminary Engineering is approved/funded by the TRAC at this time.
Planning study - PID 75154.
Dublin. FRA IR 270 at US 33/SR 161 Interchange, FRA-33 from 1.31/Avery to 3.13/Frantz
$131,068,784.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant6/26/2013George Obaranec
Review grading; I-270 at Post Road
$1,188,000 $151,000 $1,037,000 Accept
6
  
FRA-270-17.29
Reconstruction of I-270 at US 33/SR 161 interchange - Project 1
Add 2 new lanes on 33 WB and 4 new lanes on 33 EB between Avery Rd & I-270
Remove SE & NW loop ramps and construct new ramps WN & ES
Construct 3 or 4 new bridges for ramps WN & ES over 270 and 33 over new ramps
Only Preliminary Engineering is approved/funded by the TRAC at this time.
Planning study - PID 75154.
Dublin. FRA IR 270 at US 33/SR 161 Interchange, FRA-33 from 1.31/Avery to 3.13/Frantz
$131,068,784.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant6/26/2013George Obaranec
Grade infill area to shorten Ramp SW structure
$2,888,000 $1,342,000 $1,538,000 Reject
Upon further analysis, benefit will be negligible.
6
  
FRA-270-17.29
Reconstruction of I-270 at US 33/SR 161 interchange - Project 1
Add 2 new lanes on 33 WB and 4 new lanes on 33 EB between Avery Rd & I-270
Remove SE & NW loop ramps and construct new ramps WN & ES
Construct 3 or 4 new bridges for ramps WN & ES over 270 and 33 over new ramps
Only Preliminary Engineering is approved/funded by the TRAC at this time.
Planning study - PID 75154.
Dublin. FRA IR 270 at US 33/SR 161 Interchange, FRA-33 from 1.31/Avery to 3.13/Frantz
$131,068,784.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant6/26/2013George Obaranec
Combine projects; reduce overlap work; includes inflation
$24.4M$0 $8.4MReject
Funds not available at this time.
6
  
FRA-270-17.29
Reconstruction of I-270 at US 33/SR 161 interchange - Project 1
Add 2 new lanes on 33 WB and 4 new lanes on 33 EB between Avery Rd & I-270
Remove SE & NW loop ramps and construct new ramps WN & ES
Construct 3 or 4 new bridges for ramps WN & ES over 270 and 33 over new ramps
Only Preliminary Engineering is approved/funded by the TRAC at this time.
Planning study - PID 75154.
Dublin. FRA IR 270 at US 33/SR 161 Interchange, FRA-33 from 1.31/Avery to 3.13/Frantz
$131,068,784.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant6/26/2013George Obaranec
Use complete closure of US 33/SR 161
$7.4M$4.4M$3,000,000 Accept
System movements will remain open. 161 EB/WB will be under full closure for 4 mos.
6
  
FRA-270-17.29
Reconstruction of I-270 at US 33/SR 161 interchange - Project 1
Add 2 new lanes on 33 WB and 4 new lanes on 33 EB between Avery Rd & I-270
Remove SE & NW loop ramps and construct new ramps WN & ES
Construct 3 or 4 new bridges for ramps WN & ES over 270 and 33 over new ramps
Only Preliminary Engineering is approved/funded by the TRAC at this time.
Planning study - PID 75154.
Dublin. FRA IR 270 at US 33/SR 161 Interchange, FRA-33 from 1.31/Avery to 3.13/Frantz
$131,068,784.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant6/26/2013George Obaranec
Construct enhanced BMP; wetland
$383,000 $60,000 $323,000 Pending
Further drainage analysis is required.
6
  
FRA-270-17.29
Reconstruction of I-270 at US 33/SR 161 interchange - Project 1
Add 2 new lanes on 33 WB and 4 new lanes on 33 EB between Avery Rd & I-270
Remove SE & NW loop ramps and construct new ramps WN & ES
Construct 3 or 4 new bridges for ramps WN & ES over 270 and 33 over new ramps
Only Preliminary Engineering is approved/funded by the TRAC at this time.
Planning study - PID 75154.
Dublin. FRA IR 270 at US 33/SR 161 Interchange, FRA-33 from 1.31/Avery to 3.13/Frantz
$131,068,784.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant6/26/2013George Obaranec
Eliminate B-8 bridge widening
$2,591,000 $1,100,000 $1,491,000 Accept
The southern edge of the WB structure requires widening in all cases. The northern edge of the structure will not under this alternative
1
  
HAN IR 75 14.39
Major Widening
FROM APPROXIMATELY 0.8 MILES SOUTH OF US 68/IR 75 INTERCHANGE TO THE SOUTHERN LIMIT OF THE SPEED CHANGE LANES AT CR 99 INTERCHANGE
$157,148,201.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant1/9/2013George Obaranec
Re-align Ramp A to shorten Ramp C bridge over NSRR and Ramp A
$547,000 $18,000 $529,000 Accept
Several project features are influenced by shifting the ramp closer to the railroad and decreasing the length of the Ramp C bridge:
1) SSD may be reduced
2) providing drainage outfalls could be an issue
3) shortening of the structure would remove a span but increase the depth of the beams, and raise the profile of the bridge and ramp;
4) Raising the ramp profile would increase the footprint of the proposed fill.
The current design balances all the different aspects
1
  
HAN IR 75 14.39
Major Widening
FROM APPROXIMATELY 0.8 MILES SOUTH OF US 68/IR 75 INTERCHANGE TO THE SOUTHERN LIMIT OF THE SPEED CHANGE LANES AT CR 99 INTERCHANGE
$157,148,201.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant1/9/2013George Obaranec
Design Consideration: Review alternates for US 68/SR 15 interchange ramps and bridges
DSDSDSReject
The SR 12 interchange is 1 mile from the USR 68 interchange. Vehicles entering onto IR75 SB from SR 12, crossing three lanes of traffic to continue on USR 68 via a left hand exit would create the potential for traffic weaving maneuvers.
1
  
HAN IR 75 14.39
Major Widening
FROM APPROXIMATELY 0.8 MILES SOUTH OF US 68/IR 75 INTERCHANGE TO THE SOUTHERN LIMIT OF THE SPEED CHANGE LANES AT CR 99 INTERCHANGE
$157,148,201.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant1/9/2013George Obaranec
Use narrower shoulders for the long bridges
$13,616,764 $12,718,052 $895,712 Partially implement
Reduce the outside shoulders on the interstate bridge over the Blanchard River from 14’ to 12’. The shoulders on all ramp bridges shall remain 6’ for MOT and maintenance concerns. Reduce width of Harrison St. bridge to 30’ t/t barrier (2 - 11’ lanes and 4’ shoulders).
1
  
HAN IR 75 14.39
Major Widening
FROM APPROXIMATELY 0.8 MILES SOUTH OF US 68/IR 75 INTERCHANGE TO THE SOUTHERN LIMIT OF THE SPEED CHANGE LANES AT CR 99 INTERCHANGE
$157,148,201.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant1/9/2013George Obaranec
Use local road design guidelines for Harrison Street
$303,760 $253,133 $50,626 Accept
Design Harrison St. with 11’ lanes and 4’ shoulders. (bridge costs figured with A-9)
1
  
HAN IR 75 14.39
Major Widening
FROM APPROXIMATELY 0.8 MILES SOUTH OF US 68/IR 75 INTERCHANGE TO THE SOUTHERN LIMIT OF THE SPEED CHANGE LANES AT CR 99 INTERCHANGE
$157,148,201.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant1/9/2013George Obaranec
Use thinner pavement section due to global stabilization
$701,000 $0 $701,000 Reject
ODOT does not consider pavement design during VE analysis.
1
  
HAN IR 75 14.39
Major Widening
FROM APPROXIMATELY 0.8 MILES SOUTH OF US 68/IR 75 INTERCHANGE TO THE SOUTHERN LIMIT OF THE SPEED CHANGE LANES AT CR 99 INTERCHANGE
$157,148,201.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant1/9/2013George Obaranec
Use roundabouts at the Lima Avenue interchange
$3,157,000 $2,057,000 $1,100,000 Accept
The consultant is already investigating the use of roundabouts at the bottom of the Lima Avenue ramps. However, shortening the USR 68 bridge over Lima avenue would restrict the ability to add future lanes on Lima Avenue and will not be implemented.
1
  
HAN IR 75 14.39
Major Widening
FROM APPROXIMATELY 0.8 MILES SOUTH OF US 68/IR 75 INTERCHANGE TO THE SOUTHERN LIMIT OF THE SPEED CHANGE LANES AT CR 99 INTERCHANGE
$157,148,201.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant1/9/2013George Obaranec
Design Consideration: Earthwork considerations
DSDSDSAccept
Concerns about the impact of petroleum contaminated soil on reinforced soil straps will be investigated.
1
  
HAN IR 75 14.39
Major Widening
FROM APPROXIMATELY 0.8 MILES SOUTH OF US 68/IR 75 INTERCHANGE TO THE SOUTHERN LIMIT OF THE SPEED CHANGE LANES AT CR 99 INTERCHANGE
$157,148,201.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant1/9/2013George Obaranec
Design Consideration: Drainage openings at I-75 mainline over abandoned RR
DSDSDSAccept
The district will coordinate the inclusion of drainage openings in accordance with the flood mitigation plans being developed by the City of Findlay.
1
  
HAN IR 75 14.39
Major Widening
FROM APPROXIMATELY 0.8 MILES SOUTH OF US 68/IR 75 INTERCHANGE TO THE SOUTHERN LIMIT OF THE SPEED CHANGE LANES AT CR 99 INTERCHANGE
$157,148,201.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant1/9/2013George Obaranec
Design Consideration: MOT
DSDSDSAccept
The district will consider options to close some of the interchanges to expedite reconstruction of the interchange where practical detours are available. Alternate detour routes will be signed to suggest and allow for through traffic to avoid the construction zone altogether.
1
  
HAN IR 75 14.39
Major Widening
FROM APPROXIMATELY 0.8 MILES SOUTH OF US 68/IR 75 INTERCHANGE TO THE SOUTHERN LIMIT OF THE SPEED CHANGE LANES AT CR 99 INTERCHANGE
$157,148,201.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant1/9/2013George Obaranec
Design Consideration: Add signage for express traffic
DSDSDSAccept
The signing will be designed to recommend the appropriate lanes for through traffic.
12
  
CUY IR 271 00.00 TRAC
Major Rehabilitation
Oakwood, Bedford; County Line to Emery Road
$107,370,000.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant10/16/2012George Obaranec
Design Consideration/Analysis: Analyze/Compare Alt 3 and Alt 4
DSDSDSAccept
Since the VE Session, the District has chosen Alt. 4A as the preferred Alternative.
12
  
CUY IR 271 00.00 TRAC
Major Rehabilitation
Oakwood, Bedford; County Line to Emery Road
$107,370,000.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant10/16/2012George Obaranec
Design Consideration/Analysis: Use Alternate 4 with modified slip ramp
DSDSDSReject
The addition of a slip ramp from IR-480 WB to join the braided ramp from IR-271 was not accepted by the District staff due to the belief that it would add additional cost and it would be an extremely long ramp (approx. one mile in length) which would be separated from mainline pavement by a concrete barrier.
12
  
CUY IR 271 00.00 TRAC
Major Rehabilitation
Oakwood, Bedford; County Line to Emery Road
$107,370,000.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant10/16/2012George Obaranec
Use a higher CBR value for the concrete pavement design
$31,400,000 $30,192,000 $1,208,000 Reject
Even though the subgrade will most likely receive a global stabilization, the ODOT Pavement Design Manual does not recognize a higher CBR for the stabilization.
12
  
CUY IR 271 00.00 TRAC
Major Rehabilitation
Oakwood, Bedford; County Line to Emery Road
$107,370,000.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant10/16/2012George Obaranec
Use asphalt pavement for the new inner lanes and concrete pavement for the outer lanes
$8,300,000 $6,700,000 $1,600,000 Reject
The Pavement Design for the project will be determined by the Office of Pavement Engineering due to the Pavement Type Selection Policy.
12
  
CUY IR 271 00.00 TRAC
Major Rehabilitation
Oakwood, Bedford; County Line to Emery Road
$107,370,000.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant10/16/2012George Obaranec
Design Consideration: Split the contract into separate construction projects.
DSDSDSReject
The project will remain as one project at the direction of Central Office Program Manager. Two contracts would be more expensive in the design phase. In addition, the projects would be hard to coordinate during the construction phase.
12
  
CUY IR 271 00.00 TRAC
Major Rehabilitation
Oakwood, Bedford; County Line to Emery Road
$107,370,000.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant10/16/2012George Obaranec
Design Consideration: Eliminate R/W impacts at the sliver areas.
DSDSDSAccept
The District will direct the consultant to try to avoid R/W impacts by adjusting the alignment where possible.
12
  
CUY IR 271 00.00 TRAC
Major Rehabilitation
Oakwood, Bedford; County Line to Emery Road
$107,370,000.00
Preliminary DesignConsultant10/16/2012George Obaranec
Construct fly-under ramp using existing I-480 alignment and part/width MOT techniques
$3,600,000 $41,000 $3,559,000 Reject
The Realignment of IR-480 is necessary to be able to build the IR-480 bridges over Macedonia Rd and the braided ramp off line which would save time and ease MOT concerns along IR-480. By realigning IR-480, this enables the placement of the braided ramp within the R/W as much as possible.
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OTT-2-Mine Investigation
Mine Investigation and remediation
SLM 23.000 to 24.000
$44,000,000.00
Detail DesignIn-House9/17/2012Don Fisher
MOT Alt 1 – Cross-over set up for MOT year-round vs. Cross-over (all SR 2 lanes open May 15 – Sept. 15)
$19,465,591 $16,866,444 $2,599,147 Reject
2
  
OTT-2-Mine Investigation
Mine Investigation and remediation
SLM 23.000 to 24.000
$44,000,000.00
Detail DesignIn-House9/17/2012Don Fisher
Full Closure with Detour vs. Cross-over ( all SR 2 lanes open May 15-Sept.15)
14,991,444$19,465,591 $4,474,147 Reject
2
  
OTT-2-Mine Investigation
Mine Investigation and remediation
SLM 23.000 to 24.000
$44,000,000.00
Detail DesignIn-House9/17/2012Don Fisher
Air vs. Sonic drilling
DSDSDS
9
  
LAW-Chesepeake Bypass
New roadway from SR527 eastward to it's intersection with SR775
SLM 0.00 to 5.06
$182,622,806.00
Detail DesignConsultant7/24/2012George Obaranec
Use retaining walls at large cut areas
DSDSDSAccept
Implement where possible - changed to design suggestion
9
  
LAW-Chesepeake Bypass
New roadway from SR527 eastward to it's intersection with SR775
SLM 0.00 to 5.06
$182,622,806.00
Detail DesignConsultant7/24/2012George Obaranec
Construct Super 2 section
$53,700,000 $32,900,000 $20,800,000 Reject
Not a VE alternative but a phasing suggestion
9
  
LAW-Chesepeake Bypass
New roadway from SR527 eastward to it's intersection with SR775
SLM 0.00 to 5.06
$182,622,806.00
Detail DesignConsultant7/24/2012George Obaranec
Use narrower median with concrete barrier
$8,890,000 $3,590,000 $5,300,000 Reject
Studied in 2009. Due to sight distance restrictions, not a feasible option.
9
  
LAW-Chesepeake Bypass
New roadway from SR527 eastward to it's intersection with SR775
SLM 0.00 to 5.06
$182,622,806.00
Detail DesignConsultant7/24/2012George Obaranec
Reduce local road pavement section
$551,000 $245,000 $306,000 Accept
9
  
LAW-Chesepeake Bypass
New roadway from SR527 eastward to it's intersection with SR775
SLM 0.00 to 5.06
$182,622,806.00
Detail DesignConsultant7/24/2012George Obaranec
Design Consideration: Use lightweight fill in high fill areas; greater than 80 feet
DSDSDSReject
More costly, and no benefit in this case.
9
  
LAW-Chesepeake Bypass
New roadway from SR527 eastward to it's intersection with SR775
SLM 0.00 to 5.06
$182,622,806.00
Detail DesignConsultant7/24/2012George Obaranec
Design Consideration: Use an arch structure in lieu of a conventional bridge
DSDSDSReject
This suggestion would violate current ODOT Policy
9
  
LAW-Chesepeake Bypass
New roadway from SR527 eastward to it's intersection with SR775
SLM 0.00 to 5.06
$182,622,806.00
Detail DesignConsultant7/24/2012George Obaranec
Design Consideration: Use 3:1 side-slopes at bridge end spans to eliminate reinforced embankment
DSDSDSReject
Bridge lengths have already been optimized.
2
  
WOO IR 75 19.92
Major Reconstruction
FROM 0.51 MI SOUTH OF SR-582 TO SR-199;
$57,248,000.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House7/11/2012Don Fisher
Replace cement stabilization with lime
$2,089,890 $775,775 $1,314,115 Partially implement
We will use an alternate bid to include both cement and lime to hopefully receive a better bid.  The subgrade results, however, also showed areas of sulfates that will require undercutting.  The undercutting will eat up some of our savings from opening up the bidding to both chemical products
2
  
WOO IR 75 19.92
Major Reconstruction
FROM 0.51 MI SOUTH OF SR-582 TO SR-199;
$57,248,000.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House7/11/2012Don Fisher
Sell project in May to allow completion of temporary work
DSDSDS
2
  
WOO IR 75 19.92
Major Reconstruction
FROM 0.51 MI SOUTH OF SR-582 TO SR-199;
$57,248,000.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House7/11/2012Don Fisher
Waste excess embankment on project or store for projects to the south – look for locations to store material for later use
DSDSDS
4
  
MAH US 0062 18.23
Bridge Repair
BRIDGE OVER SR289, MAHONING RIVER AND RR
$20,266,690.00
Detail DesignIn-House5/10/2012Michael Simpkins
Total Closure to reconstruct the bridge
Reject
Not enough benefit. Short duration closures will be implemented to fiber wrap the pier cap.
4
  
MAH US 0062 18.23
Bridge Repair
BRIDGE OVER SR289, MAHONING RIVER AND RR
$20,266,690.00
Detail DesignIn-House5/10/2012Michael Simpkins
Using median jersey wall in lieu of single slope barrier
Accept
4
  
MAH US 0062 18.23
Bridge Repair
BRIDGE OVER SR289, MAHONING RIVER AND RR
$20,266,690.00
Detail DesignIn-House5/10/2012Michael Simpkins
Relocate cul-de-sac and eliminate steel pier cap
Reject
Condition of the steel pier cap does not warrant the additional cost to replace
4
  
MAH US 0062 18.23
Bridge Repair
BRIDGE OVER SR289, MAHONING RIVER AND RR
$20,266,690.00
Detail DesignIn-House5/10/2012Michael Simpkins
Do not mix foundations
DSDSDSReject
Foundation types have been selected due to site conditions
4
  
MAH US 0062 18.23
Bridge Repair
BRIDGE OVER SR289, MAHONING RIVER AND RR
$20,266,690.00
Detail DesignIn-House5/10/2012Michael Simpkins
provide dual foundation designs
DSDSDSReject
VECP covers this.
3
  
LOR SR 0058 07.36 (Wellington)
Railroad Grade Separation
WELLINGTON. 0.13MI N OF SR18
$22,943,006.00
Detail DesignIn-House2/29/2012Don Fisher
Change design year flow from 50 years to 25 years.
$5,600,000 $5,050,000 $550,000 Reject
BURGESS AND NIPLE DESIGNED THE PUMP STATION AS A SUBCONSULTANT FOR TRANSYSTEMS. TWO INDEPENDENT CONSULTANTS REVIEWED THE DESIGN- CH2M HILL OF COLUMBUS, OHIO AND AECOM OF CLEVELAND, OHIO. THE DESIGN YEAR FREQUENCY FOR THE STORM WATER PUMP STATION IS FOR A 50 YEAR STORM AS PER SECTION 5.3.2 OF THE FHWA PUBLICATION TITLED “HIGHWAY STORMWATER PUMP STATION DESIGN”, HIGHWAY ENGINEERING CIRCULAR NO. 24, PAGES 5-8. THE ALTERNATIVE IN THE VE STUDY PROPOSES TO DESIGN FOR A 25 YEAR STORM EVENT WHICH IS NOT ACCEPTABLE
3
  
LOR SR 0058 07.36 (Wellington)
Railroad Grade Separation
WELLINGTON. 0.13MI N OF SR18
$22,943,006.00
Detail DesignIn-House2/29/2012Don Fisher
Use precast vertical retaining wall elements
$3,149,380 $2,616,408 $532,972 Accept
: THE DISTRICT CAN DIRECT THE CONSULTANT TO ADD PLAN NOTES AND DETAILS TO THE PLANS AS AN ACCEPTABLE “OPTION”.
6
  
PIC-762-11.180
Widening and realignment of SR762. Extend SR 762 from US 23 (SLM 11.18) to Ashville Pike (SLM 13.37). Upgrade Ashville Pike and new interchange at US23 and SR762.
762:  SLM 11.18 to 13.37
$41,789,306.00
Detail DesignIn-House2/8/2012Mike Wawszkiewicz
Use LKD for chemical stabilization of subgrade
$453,388 $333,820 $119,568 Accept
Consultant should incorporate ODOT notes for LKD into the plan set. Notes should indicate that contractor should field verify soil conditions, to assure compatibility of LKD with existing soil.
6
  
PIC-762-11.180
Widening and realignment of SR762. Extend SR 762 from US 23 (SLM 11.18) to Ashville Pike (SLM 13.37). Upgrade Ashville Pike and new interchange at US23 and SR762.
762:  SLM 11.18 to 13.37
$41,789,306.00
Detail DesignIn-House2/8/2012Mike Wawszkiewicz
Use CIP retaining wall in place of MSE wall
$380,000 $1,800,000 ($1,420,000)Reject
CIP wall is more expensive than MSE wall.
6
  
PIC-762-11.180
Widening and realignment of SR762. Extend SR 762 from US 23 (SLM 11.18) to Ashville Pike (SLM 13.37). Upgrade Ashville Pike and new interchange at US23 and SR762.
762:  SLM 11.18 to 13.37
$41,789,306.00
Detail DesignIn-House2/8/2012Mike Wawszkiewicz
Reduce underdrain from 6" to 4"
$253,499 $231,526 $21,973 Reject
Cost savings in materials would be minimal; however, 6” underdrains would perform better over time.
6
  
PIC-762-11.180
Widening and realignment of SR762. Extend SR 762 from US 23 (SLM 11.18) to Ashville Pike (SLM 13.37). Upgrade Ashville Pike and new interchange at US23 and SR762.
762:  SLM 11.18 to 13.37
$41,789,306.00
Detail DesignIn-House2/8/2012Mike Wawszkiewicz
Use one field office throughout construction of the project
$205,675 $44,400 $161,275 Accept
Consultant should incorporate this into the plans. Recommend that the bid item be based on a construction trailer located on state property, near the project site, for the duration of the project (48 months).
6
  
PIC-762-11.180
Widening and realignment of SR762. Extend SR 762 from US 23 (SLM 11.18) to Ashville Pike (SLM 13.37). Upgrade Ashville Pike and new interchange at US23 and SR762.
762:  SLM 11.18 to 13.37
$41,789,306.00
Detail DesignIn-House2/8/2012Mike Wawszkiewicz
Realign Ashville Pike to partially avoid waterline relocation
$1,000,000 $617,000 $383,000 Reject
Current proposed alignment of Ashville Pike should provide the safest for vehicle operation. The water line can be relocated to accommodate this.
6
  
PIC-762-11.180
Widening and realignment of SR762. Extend SR 762 from US 23 (SLM 11.18) to Ashville Pike (SLM 13.37). Upgrade Ashville Pike and new interchange at US23 and SR762.
762:  SLM 11.18 to 13.37
$41,789,306.00
Detail DesignIn-House2/8/2012Mike Wawszkiewicz
Use fire safety training in place of building demolition
$390,000 $0 $390,000 Accept
Consultant should note in the plans that the building will be demolished by others, prior to construction. ODOT legal & real estate departments should make arrangements with local fire departments for their use of the building.
6
  
PIC-762-11.180
Widening and realignment of SR762. Extend SR 762 from US 23 (SLM 11.18) to Ashville Pike (SLM 13.37). Upgrade Ashville Pike and new interchange at US23 and SR762.
762:  SLM 11.18 to 13.37
$41,789,306.00
Detail DesignIn-House2/8/2012Mike Wawszkiewicz
Remove Lighting from interchange
$390,000 $0 $390,000 Reject
Will consider at the time the interchange is designed
6
  
PIC-762-11.180
Widening and realignment of SR762. Extend SR 762 from US 23 (SLM 11.18) to Ashville Pike (SLM 13.37). Upgrade Ashville Pike and new interchange at US23 and SR762.
762:  SLM 11.18 to 13.37
$41,789,306.00
Detail DesignIn-House2/8/2012Mike Wawszkiewicz
Embankment Construction Phasing (construct 5-lane embankment at Phase 2)
$1,256,664 $753,998 $502,665 Reject
Additional time and money will be needed to construct embankments for future lanes.
6
  
PIC-762-11.180
Widening and realignment of SR762. Extend SR 762 from US 23 (SLM 11.18) to Ashville Pike (SLM 13.37). Upgrade Ashville Pike and new interchange at US23 and SR762.
762:  SLM 11.18 to 13.37
$41,789,306.00
Detail DesignIn-House2/8/2012Mike Wawszkiewicz
Restrict access at RR upon completion of alternative access
DSDSDSReject
This will likely be a construction phasing issue; Phase 1A and 1B overlap.
6
  
PIC-762-11.180
Widening and realignment of SR762. Extend SR 762 from US 23 (SLM 11.18) to Ashville Pike (SLM 13.37). Upgrade Ashville Pike and new interchange at US23 and SR762.
762:  SLM 11.18 to 13.37
$41,789,306.00
Detail DesignIn-House2/8/2012Mike Wawszkiewicz
Use SS823 - Use of updated surveying practices in construction
DSDSDSAccept
Consultant should include SS823 as a reference on the title sheet.
6
  
PIC-762-11.180
Widening and realignment of SR762. Extend SR 762 from US 23 (SLM 11.18) to Ashville Pike (SLM 13.37). Upgrade Ashville Pike and new interchange at US23 and SR762.
762:  SLM 11.18 to 13.37
$41,789,306.00
Detail DesignIn-House2/8/2012Mike Wawszkiewicz
Verify SS832 estimates
DSDSDSAccept
Consultant should re-evaluate temporary BMPs (see ODOT spreadsheet) and revise plan set.
6
  
PIC-762-11.180
Widening and realignment of SR762. Extend SR 762 from US 23 (SLM 11.18) to Ashville Pike (SLM 13.37). Upgrade Ashville Pike and new interchange at US23 and SR762.
762:  SLM 11.18 to 13.37
$41,789,306.00
Detail DesignIn-House2/8/2012Mike Wawszkiewicz
MOT Considerations - One way MOT for Ashville Pike with other direction detoured to Lockbourne Eastern
DSDSDSReject
Contractor may or may not elect to use ODOT’s MOT scenario. Contractor can also submit their own MOT proposal for ODOT consideration/acceptance.
6
  
PIC-762-11.180
Widening and realignment of SR762. Extend SR 762 from US 23 (SLM 11.18) to Ashville Pike (SLM 13.37). Upgrade Ashville Pike and new interchange at US23 and SR762.
762:  SLM 11.18 to 13.37
$41,789,306.00
Detail DesignIn-House2/8/2012Mike Wawszkiewicz
Use Precast Bridge Elements for bridge over US23 (Phase 3)
DSDSDSReject
Span over US23 would likely be greater than 100’, which would restrict (or even eliminate) the option for precast bridges.
6
  
PIC-762-11.180
Widening and realignment of SR762. Extend SR 762 from US 23 (SLM 11.18) to Ashville Pike (SLM 13.37). Upgrade Ashville Pike and new interchange at US23 and SR762.
762:  SLM 11.18 to 13.37
$41,789,306.00
Detail DesignIn-House2/8/2012Mike Wawszkiewicz
Verify service road spacing
DSDSDSReject
This project is already being designed for the appropriate level of traffic.
6
  
PIC-762-11.180
Widening and realignment of SR762. Extend SR 762 from US 23 (SLM 11.18) to Ashville Pike (SLM 13.37). Upgrade Ashville Pike and new interchange at US23 and SR762.
762:  SLM 11.18 to 13.37
$41,789,306.00
Detail DesignIn-House2/8/2012Mike Wawszkiewicz
Lower US23 at interchange
DSDSDSReject
Earthwork would be required in either case – whether it is excavation or embankment. If US23 is lowered, that would disturb far more existing roadway/structure/drainage infrastructure which would be more expensive than constructing new embankments & roadway.
4
  
TRU IR 0080 01.91
Bridge Replacement
SLM 1.91 Left and Right
$28,810,750.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House1/26/2012Mike Wawszkiewicz
MOT plan utilizing a single lane WB
$0$635,000$635,000Reject
Queueing on the ramps at the SR 711 interchange is a large concern.
4
  
TRU IR 0080 01.91
Bridge Replacement
SLM 1.91 Left and Right
$28,810,750.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House1/26/2012Mike Wawszkiewicz
Close the ramps at US 422
$0$150,000$150,000Accept
4
  
TRU IR 0080 01.91
Bridge Replacement
SLM 1.91 Left and Right
$28,810,750.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House1/26/2012Mike Wawszkiewicz
Use Concrete Beams
$4,155,000$3,471,520$683,480Reject
recent projects have shown that the concrete beams will be more costly.
4
  
TRU IR 0080 01.91
Bridge Replacement
SLM 1.91 Left and Right
$28,810,750.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House1/26/2012Mike Wawszkiewicz
Realign I-80 EB off ramp to US 422
DSDSDSAccept
4
  
TRU IR 0080 01.91
Bridge Replacement
SLM 1.91 Left and Right
$28,810,750.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House1/26/2012Mike Wawszkiewicz
Improve the vertical curve for the ramp from US 422 to I-80WB
DSDSDSAccept
4
  
TRU IR 0080 01.91
Bridge Replacement
SLM 1.91 Left and Right
$28,810,750.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House1/26/2012Mike Wawszkiewicz
Use stay in place forms
DSDSDSReject
No significant benefit. Adds additional weight to the bridge.
4
  
TRU IR 0080 01.91
Bridge Replacement
SLM 1.91 Left and Right
$28,810,750.00
Preliminary DesignIn-House1/26/2012Mike Wawszkiewicz
Utilize precast substructure
DSDSDSReject
requires special design and district has concern about quality control of the fabrication and assembly
7
  
CLA-70-6.75/10.55/13.98
Bridge replacement and widening. Major rehab.
SLM:  6.75 to 14.00
$80,753,702.00
82381Preliminary DesignConsultant11/16/2011Howard Greenfield
Add low strength mortar over cement stabilization seams between phases
DSDSDSReject
More discussion with construction to see if this suggestion can be incorporated in the plans
7
  
CLA-70-6.75/10.55/13.98
Bridge replacement and widening. Major rehab.
SLM:  6.75 to 14.00
$80,753,702.00
82381Preliminary DesignConsultant11/16/2011Howard Greenfield
Lower underground highway lighting conduit crossing under the roadway
DSDSDSAccept
7
  
CLA-70-6.75/10.55/13.98
Bridge replacement and widening. Major rehab.
SLM:  6.75 to 14.00
$80,753,702.00
82381Preliminary DesignConsultant11/16/2011Howard Greenfield
Use wire facing in lieu of a soldier pile wall with lagging for the temporary wall at the Xenia Road Bridge
$1,220,000 $1,063,000 $157,000 Accept
Based on Designer evaluation this alternate is to be implemented
7
  
CLA-70-6.75/10.55/13.98
Bridge replacement and widening. Major rehab.
SLM:  6.75 to 14.00
$80,753,702.00
82381Preliminary DesignConsultant11/16/2011Howard Greenfield
Use material in median to be removed for the embankment at the Xenia Raod Bridge
$523,000 $366,000 $157,000 Accept
7
  
CLA-70-6.75/10.55/13.98
Bridge replacement and widening. Major rehab.
SLM:  6.75 to 14.00
$80,753,702.00
82381Preliminary DesignConsultant11/16/2011Howard Greenfield
Combine the two projects and sell as one
$5,795,000 $3,008,000 $2,787,000 Pending
This alternate will be re-evaluated if funding become available to cover cost of both projects.
7
  
CLA-70-6.75/10.55/13.98
Bridge replacement and widening. Major rehab.
SLM:  6.75 to 14.00
$80,753,702.00
82381Preliminary DesignConsultant11/16/2011Howard Greenfield
Fill existing stormwater pipes with lean concrete in lieu of removing them
$27,000$6,000$21,000Accept
7
  
CLA-70-6.75/10.55/13.98
Bridge replacement and widening. Major rehab.
SLM:  6.75 to 14.00
$80,753,702.00
82381Preliminary DesignConsultant11/16/2011Howard Greenfield
Purchase the bar property adjacent to the new earth embankment in lieu of constructing a mechanically stabilized earth wall
$567,000$517,000$50,000Reject
7
  
CLA-70-6.75/10.55/13.98
Bridge replacement and widening. Major rehab.
SLM:  6.75 to 14.00
$80,753,702.00
82381Preliminary DesignConsultant11/16/2011Howard Greenfield
Use a two-span bridge with full height cast-in-place concrete abutments in lieu of a single span bridge with mechanically stabilized earth walls at S.R. 72
$8,261,000$5,634,000$2,627,000Reject
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CLA-70-6.75/10.55/13.98
Bridge replacement and widening. Major rehab.
SLM:  6.75 to 14.00
$80,753,702.00
82381Preliminary DesignConsultant11/16/2011Howard Greenfield
Use a crossover in lieu of contra-flow for phase 2 MOT for the CLA-70-6.75 project
$2,983,000$2,772,000$211,000Accept
Designer feels this can work on this section will use this suggestion in designing the MOT plans.
7
  
CLA-70-6.75/10.55/13.98
Bridge replacement and widening. Major rehab.
SLM:  6.75 to 14.00
$80,753,702.00
82381Preliminary DesignConsultant11/16/2011Howard Greenfield
Move traffic to one side in lieu of using contra-flow maintenance of traffic plan for the CLA-70-10.55 project
$2,424,000$2,232,000$192,000Reject
Based on Designer's evaluation this alternative is not to be implemented.
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FRA-70-14.48 and FRA-71-17.14
Part of I-70/I-71 Split, Maj.Reconstr/Widening, 2nd & 3rd proj.
70:  SLM 14.48 to 15.29 and 71:  SLM 16.83 to 17.14
$405,511,340.00
77371, 22318, 77369, 77372, 88035Detailed DesignConsultant7/11/2011Howard Greenfield
Use mechanically stabilized earth
walls for bridge abutments and
shorten the bridges.
$32,121,000 $28,472,000 $3,649,000 Partially implement
Bridge No FRA-70-1482R and FRA-70-1497L -
alternate designs are being considered which will
save cost. Bridge No FRA-71-1704P must be
designed as 1 bridge for MOT in construction
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FRA-70-14.48 and FRA-71-17.14
Part of I-70/I-71 Split, Maj.Reconstr/Widening, 2nd & 3rd proj.
70:  SLM 14.48 to 15.29 and 71:  SLM 16.83 to 17.14
$405,511,340.00
77371, 22318, 77369, 77372, 88035Detailed DesignConsultant7/11/2011Howard Greenfield
Reroute the stormwater outfall line
DSDSDSAccept
alignment to follow southerly route
6
  
FRA-70-14.48 and FRA-71-17.14
Part of I-70/I-71 Split, Maj.Reconstr/Widening, 2nd & 3rd proj.
70:  SLM 14.48 to 15.29 and 71:  SLM 16.83 to 17.14
$405,511,340.00
77371, 22318, 77369, 77372, 88035Detailed DesignConsultant7/11/2011Howard Greenfield
Do not extend the precast concrete
retaining wall panels to behind the
concrete traffic barriers
$633,000 $0 $633,000 Accept
solution being coordinated with ODOT
6
  
FRA-70-14.48 and FRA-71-17.14
Part of I-70/I-71 Split, Maj.Reconstr/Widening, 2nd & 3rd proj.
70:  SLM 14.48 to 15.29 and 71:  SLM 16.83 to 17.14
$405,511,340.00
77371, 22318, 77369, 77372, 88035Detailed DesignConsultant7/11/2011Howard Greenfield
Eliminate the temporary easements
along Mound and Fulton Streets
$257,000 0$257,000 Accept
not all, but most eliminated
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FRA-70-14.48 and FRA-71-17.14
Part of I-70/I-71 Split, Maj.Reconstr/Widening, 2nd & 3rd proj.
70:  SLM 14.48 to 15.29 and 71:  SLM 16.83 to 17.14
$405,511,340.00
77371, 22318, 77369, 77372, 88035Detailed DesignConsultant7/11/2011Howard Greenfield
Stage the Parsons Street bridge to
maintain two lanes of traffic at all
times
DSDSDSReject
would extend construction time of ramps in the
interchange
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FRA-70-14.48 and FRA-71-17.14
Part of I-70/I-71 Split, Maj.Reconstr/Widening, 2nd & 3rd proj.
70:  SLM 14.48 to 15.29 and 71:  SLM 16.83 to 17.14
$405,511,340.00
77371, 22318, 77369, 77372, 88035Detailed DesignConsultant7/11/2011Howard Greenfield
Design some of the bridges in the
east interchange as single span, cutand-
cover tunnel
$44,089,000 $27,675,000 $16,414,000 Partially implement
tunnels being considered at 2 of 5 locations
6
  
FRA-70-14.48 and FRA-71-17.14
Part of I-70/I-71 Split, Maj.Reconstr/Widening, 2nd & 3rd proj.
70:  SLM 14.48 to 15.29 and 71:  SLM 16.83 to 17.14
$405,511,340.00
77371, 22318, 77369, 77372, 88035Detailed DesignConsultant7/11/2011Howard Greenfield
Eliminate the permanent utility
easement along Ramp N1 between
Sta. 879 and Sta. 881 and use a
temporary easement
$35,000 $7,000 $28,000 Reject
will be determined in next stage
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FRA-70-14.48 and FRA-71-17.14
Part of I-70/I-71 Split, Maj.Reconstr/Widening, 2nd & 3rd proj.
70:  SLM 14.48 to 15.29 and 71:  SLM 16.83 to 17.14
$405,511,340.00
77371, 22318, 77369, 77372, 88035Detailed DesignConsultant7/11/2011Howard Greenfield
Acquire Ronk and Tiano properties
at northwest corner of interchange
and delate the retaining walls along
the east side of the properties
$7,525,000 $6,585,000 $940,000 Pending
even without wall, property not likely to be total take
6
  
FRA-70-14.48 and FRA-71-17.14
Part of I-70/I-71 Split, Maj.Reconstr/Widening, 2nd & 3rd proj.
70:  SLM 14.48 to 15.29 and 71:  SLM 16.83 to 17.14
$405,511,340.00
77371, 22318, 77369, 77372, 88035Detailed DesignConsultant7/11/2011Howard Greenfield
Use roller compacted concrete for
the pavements on City streets
$3,663,000 $2,892,000 $771,000 Pending
decision lies with ODOT and City
6
  
FRA-70-14.48 and FRA-71-17.14
Part of I-70/I-71 Split, Maj.Reconstr/Widening, 2nd & 3rd proj.
70:  SLM 14.48 to 15.29 and 71:  SLM 16.83 to 17.14
$405,511,340.00
77371, 22318, 77369, 77372, 88035Detailed DesignConsultant7/11/2011Howard Greenfield
Limit the length of time for the
temporary construction easements
DSDSDSReject
ODOT Real Estate rejected
6
  
FRA-70-14.48 and FRA-71-17.14
Part of I-70/I-71 Split, Maj.Reconstr/Widening, 2nd & 3rd proj.
70:  SLM 14.48 to 15.29 and 71:  SLM 16.83 to 17.14
$405,511,340.00
77371, 22318, 77369, 77372, 88035Detailed DesignConsultant7/11/2011Howard Greenfield
Provide an add-lane on I-70
eastbound for Ramp N3 traffic
$4,000 $11,000 ($7,000)Pending
may work in intermediate, not final design
6
  
FRA-70-14.48 and FRA-71-17.14
Part of I-70/I-71 Split, Maj.Reconstr/Widening, 2nd & 3rd proj.
70:  SLM 14.48 to 15.29 and 71:  SLM 16.83 to 17.14
$405,511,340.00
77371, 22318, 77369, 77372, 88035Detailed DesignConsultant7/11/2011Howard Greenfield
Use a clear sealer or a non-epoxy
urethane sealer in lieu of an epoxy
urethane sealer on concrete walls
and other surfaces.
$581,000 $387,000 $194,000 Reject
ODOT decision
6
  
FRA-70-14.48 and FRA-71-17.14
Part of I-70/I-71 Split, Maj.Reconstr/Widening, 2nd & 3rd proj.
70:  SLM 14.48 to 15.29 and 71:  SLM 16.83 to 17.14
$405,511,340.00
77371, 22318, 77369, 77372, 88035Detailed DesignConsultant7/11/2011Howard Greenfield
Use soil nail walls in cut areas in leiu
of drilled shafts or tied-back soldier
pile walls.
$12,961,000 $10,369,000 $2,592,000 Accept
there may not be any drilled shaft or tied-back
soldier pile walls in project
6
  
FRA-70-14.48 and FRA-71-17.14
Part of I-70/I-71 Split, Maj.Reconstr/Widening, 2nd & 3rd proj.
70:  SLM 14.48 to 15.29 and 71:  SLM 16.83 to 17.14
$405,511,340.00
77371, 22318, 77369, 77372, 88035Detailed DesignConsultant7/11/2011Howard Greenfield
Review contractor access to
retaining walls and other work areas
within the East Interchange infield to
facilitate the construction process
DSDSDS
6
  
FRA-70-14.48 and FRA-71-17.14
Part of I-70/I-71 Split, Maj.Reconstr/Widening, 2nd & 3rd proj.
70:  SLM 14.48 to 15.29 and 71:  SLM 16.83 to 17.14
$405,511,340.00
77371, 22318, 77369, 77372, 88035Detailed DesignConsultant7/11/2011Howard Greenfield
Revise aesthetic requirements of
retaining walls to allow the use of
mechanically stabilized earth walls
for walls N1 through N6 in lieu of
cast-in-place.
$11,750,000 $7,385,000 $4,365,000
6
  
FRA-70-14.48 and FRA-71-17.14
Part of I-70/I-71 Split, Maj.Reconstr/Widening, 2nd & 3rd proj.
70:  SLM 14.48 to 15.29 and 71:  SLM 16.83 to 17.14
$405,511,340.00
77371, 22318, 77369, 77372, 88035Detailed DesignConsultant7/11/2011Howard Greenfield
Eliminate the Broad Street
combined sewer siphon and perform
sanitary and stormwater sewer
modifications in the City.
$1,400,000 $881,000 $519,000
6
  
FRA-70-14.48 and FRA-71-17.14
Part of I-70/I-71 Split, Maj.Reconstr/Widening, 2nd & 3rd proj.
70:  SLM 14.48 to 15.29 and 71:  SLM 16.83 to 17.14
$405,511,340.00
77371, 22318, 77369, 77372, 88035Detailed DesignConsultant7/11/2011Howard Greenfield
Close the Broad Street ramp to I-71
southbound in Phase 1 in lieu of
Phase 2.
DSDSDS
6
  
FRA-70-14.48 and FRA-71-17.14
Part of I-70/I-71 Split, Maj.Reconstr/Widening, 2nd & 3rd proj.
70:  SLM 14.48 to 15.29 and 71:  SLM 16.83 to 17.14
$405,511,340.00
77371, 22318, 77369, 77372, 88035Detailed DesignConsultant7/11/2011Howard Greenfield
Use 11 ft. wide lanes for
maintenance of traffic
DSDSDS
6
  
FRA-70-14.48 and FRA-71-17.14
Part of I-70/I-71 Split, Maj.Reconstr/Widening, 2nd & 3rd proj.
70:  SLM 14.48 to 15.29 and 71:  SLM 16.83 to 17.14
$405,511,340.00
77371, 22318, 77369, 77372, 88035Detailed DesignConsultant7/11/2011Howard Greenfield
Create a Texas U-turn at Miller and
Kelton Streets
DSDSDS
6
  
FRA-70-14.48 and FRA-71-17.14
Part of I-70/I-71 Split, Maj.Reconstr/Widening, 2nd & 3rd proj.
70:  SLM 14.48 to 15.29 and 71:  SLM 16.83 to 17.14
$405,511,340.00
77371, 22318, 77369, 77372, 88035Detailed DesignConsultant7/11/2011Howard Greenfield
Close I-670 to westbound ramp from
I-70 westbound/I-71 northbound and
direct traffic to northbound SR 315.
DSDSDS
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
Painting vs. replacing steel vs remetalizing
$714,000$1,769,364-$1,055,364Reject
the overhead bridges are out of the project
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
Raise vs. lower the BEL/MRW-71 overhead bridges on the mainline or a combination on DEL/MRW 71 & MRW-71
DSDSDSReject
the overhead bridges are out of the project
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
Rehabilitate / reomve / replace the CR 23 bridge due to low ADT
$2,160,000$744,000$1,416,000Reject
the overhead bridges are out of the project
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
Avoid pre-cast concrete for overheads
DSDSDSReject
the overhead bridges are out of the project
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
Semi-integral vs. conventional joints
$103,680$95,400$8,280Reject
the overhead bridges are out of the project
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
Span re-configuration on overheads / mainline
DSDSDSReject
the overhead bridges are out of the project
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
Consider incorporating Crall Rd Bridge into MRW-71
$241,200$160,800$80,400Reject
the overhead bridges are out of the project
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
on the crown, 2 lanes to median vs. one lane
$1,281,883$1,367,228-$85,344Accept
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
Lining the culverts vs. replacement for MRW-71 DS; for DEL/MRW-71
$732,156$1,173,180-$441,024Accept
based on field inspection info
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
BMP evaluation - placement (both)
DSDSDSAccept
BMPs reqd in DB scope
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
Non-perform construction layout stakes
$834,000$50,400$783,600Accept
this is now part of specifications
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
Part-width
$0$7,380,084$0Accept
DB delivery method to determine most economical method
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
Contra-flow
$0$8,810,314$0Accept
DB delivery method to determine most economical method
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
Contr-flow / crossover hybrid
$0$7,677,304$0Accept
DB delivery method to determine most economical method
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
Crossover
$7,677,304$7,359,400$317,904Accept
DB delivery method to determine most economical method
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
Asphalt
$25,345,638$25,047,216$298,422Accept
contractor has choice in the DB scope
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
Concrete
$25,345,638$25,047,216$298,422Accept
contractor has choice in the DB scope
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
Cemical Stabilization DEL/MRW-71
DSDSDSAccept
contractor has choice in the DB scope
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
10' vs. 12' paved shoulder
$37,037,801$64,803,208$2,234,593Reject
not supported in Geometrics
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
16' vs. 17' graded shoulder
$485,184$0$485,184Reject
not supported in Geometrics
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
Overhead bridges design requirements
$13,869,696$10,402,272$3,467,424Reject
the overhead bridges are out of the project
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
Evaluate existing guardrail to ensure it meets current standards
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
No taper pavement witdth at project limits
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
Provide access via access road to two residences on eastside of I071
$400,000$433,709-$33,709Reject
6
  
DEL-71-11.50 and MRW-71-3.17
Maj. Reconstruction & Widening
DEL:  SLM 11.50 to 17.23 and MRW: 0.00 to 12.19
$137,145,462.00
86920, 86916Preliminary EngineeringIn-House6/14/2011G.J. Braxton
Offer to buy out two properties on eastside of I-71 due to loss of access
$1,233,709$800,000$433,709Accept
implementation in progress
6
  
FRA-270-36.94
Maj. Rehab
FRA 36.940 to 40.450
$65,604,636.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant5/10/2011Steve Havens
Include lime kiln dust stabilization as an alternative
$2,201,000$1,937,000$264,000Accept
The use of lime kiln dust stabilization and removal of unsuitable material locations will be evaluated in this project.
6
  
FRA-270-36.94
Maj. Rehab
FRA 36.940 to 40.450
$65,604,636.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant5/10/2011Steve Havens
Include an allowance for undercutting, geotextile, and granular embankment in lieu of global stabilization
$3,021,000$2,993,000$28,000Accept
ODOT will not include an allowance for undercutting in lieu of global stabilization as it would not be cost effective. However, a quantity of stone undercut materials (5% of stabilized area) should be included in the plans to provide pay items for undercutting areas that fail proof roll, even after global stabilization, to be used as directed by the engineer. This will also allow for stone undercut in areas with problematic MOT or shallow utilities.
6
  
FRA-270-36.94
Maj. Rehab
FRA 36.940 to 40.450
$65,604,636.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant5/10/2011Steve Havens
Provide permanent pavement in the medians in lieu of temporary pavement
$2,443,000$2,394,000$49,000Reject
The addition of permanent median pavement will be considered by ODOT if an additional lane for IR270 is to be added in the future. June 2011 update: Directed not to use permanent pavement in median per Disposition of Comments.
6
  
FRA-270-36.94
Maj. Rehab
FRA 36.940 to 40.450
$65,604,636.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant5/10/2011Steve Havens
Detour traffic and close ramps E, R, and W during construction
DSDSDSReject
The MOTAA provided for keeping all the ramps at SR317 and SR16 open at all times. Under the Part 2 contract, we will further study all possible ramp closures and detour routes and determine the feasibility of closing ramps. Update Jan. 2012 email from D6: Rejected due to heavy traffic volume and associated impacts.
6
  
FRA-270-36.94
Maj. Rehab
FRA 36.940 to 40.450
$65,604,636.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant5/10/2011Steve Havens
Provide an incentive/disincentive contract to improve the project schedule
DSDSDSAccept
This will be evaluated further under Part 2 of the contract.
6
  
FRA-270-36.94
Maj. Rehab
FRA 36.940 to 40.450
$65,604,636.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant5/10/2011Steve Havens
Provide an A+B Contract
DSDSDSReject
ODOT D6 will not utilize an A+B contract; benefits on past projects were not cost effective.
6
  
FRA-270-36.94
Maj. Rehab
FRA 36.940 to 40.450
$65,604,636.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant5/10/2011Steve Havens
Identify construction activities that can be developed using Accelerated Construction Technologies Transfer (ACTT)
DSDSDSAccept
This will be evaluated further under Part 2 of the contract.
6
  
FRA-270-36.94
Maj. Rehab
FRA 36.940 to 40.450
$65,604,636.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant5/10/2011Steve Havens
Allow night-time and weekend work.
DSDSDSAccept
To expedite the schedule, night-time and weekend work will be allowed.
6
  
FRA-270-36.94
Maj. Rehab
FRA 36.940 to 40.450
$65,604,636.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant5/10/2011Steve Havens
Reduce the temporary pavement in contraflow in the southbound direction along the median
$358,000$202,000$156,000Accept
The limits of the temporary pavement in the contraflow portion of the hybrid alternative will be refined and reduced once further details are known.
6
  
FRA-270-36.94
Maj. Rehab
FRA 36.940 to 40.450
$65,604,636.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant5/10/2011Steve Havens
Evaluate the use of reversible lanes during construction
DSDSDSReject
There is not a significant differential between directional AM and PM peaks to favor restricting one side of IR270 over the other. Also, the QUEWZ-98 analysis resutlts show that closing one lane of IR270 in either direction will create approximately 66 miles of back-up and 43% of the traffic will need to be diverted to prevent this back-up.
6
  
FRA-270-36.94
Maj. Rehab
FRA 36.940 to 40.450
$65,604,636.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant5/10/2011Steve Havens
Maintain 3 lanes of traffic in each direction the entire length of the project on the IR270 during construction.
$2,230,000$29,000$2,201,000Reject
The QUEWZ-98 analysis results show that closing one lane of IR270 in either direction will create approximately 66 miles of back-up and 43% of the traffic will need to be diverted to prevent this back-up. Under Part 2 of the contract, a study will be made to determine time and costs for the public to take alternate routes. Costs to upgrade local routes will also need to be calculated. ODOT will need to obtain feedback from the cities of Gahanna and Columbus, and Franklin County to determine impacts to the stakeholders. Under Part 2 of the contract, the potential impacts on other interstate projects being constructed at the same time (such as the IR70/IR71 split) will also be studied. Update June 2011 disposition: Directed not to consider this due to 66 miles of back-up and 43 percent diversion.
6
  
FRA-270-36.94
Maj. Rehab
FRA 36.940 to 40.450
$65,604,636.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant5/10/2011Steve Havens
Close ramps H, N, U, V, and X during construction in lieu of part-width construction.
DSDSDSReject
The MOTAA provided for keeping all the ramps at SR317 and SR16 open at all times. All possible ramp closures and detour routes will be studied under Part 2. Update Jan. 2012 email from D6: Rejected due to heavy traffic volume and associated impacts.
6
  
FRA-270-36.94
Maj. Rehab
FRA 36.940 to 40.450
$65,604,636.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant5/10/2011Steve Havens
Raise Claycraft Road Bridge in lieu of lowering the mainline
$2,226,000$2,165,000$61,000Reject
A raise/lower study has already been performed for this structure, with the lowering of IR270 being the preferred alternative. Also, lowering the mainline will not impact businesses and access.
6
  
FRA-270-36.94
Maj. Rehab
FRA 36.940 to 40.450
$65,604,636.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant5/10/2011Steve Havens
Shorten the Claycraft Road Bridge to remove the intersection with Morrison Road
$1,467,000$1,697,000-$230,000Reject
ODOT will not shorten the Claycraft Road bridge; it is beyond the scope of this project. The recurring cost savings for this option is $13,000.
11
  
BEL-70-14.45
Interchange Reconstr./ the 70/40/331 Interch.
BEL 70 14.150 to 14.750, US 40 14.170 to 15.160, SR331 14.920 to 15.160
$23,067,526.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant5/10/2011Howard Greenfield
Modify Alternate Concept C1 to create a new alternate concept which ties the westbound (WB) I-70 exit ramp into Hammond
$22,100,000$23,000,000-$1,000,000Reject
11
  
BEL-70-14.45
Interchange Reconstr./ the 70/40/331 Interch.
BEL 70 14.150 to 14.750, US 40 14.170 to 15.160, SR331 14.920 to 15.160
$23,067,526.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant5/10/2011Howard Greenfield
Modify Alternative Concept B-1 by providing a slip ramp from the westbound (WB) I-70 exit ramp to Hammond Rd.
DSDSDSReject
11
  
BEL-70-14.45
Interchange Reconstr./ the 70/40/331 Interch.
BEL 70 14.150 to 14.750, US 40 14.170 to 15.160, SR331 14.920 to 15.160
$23,067,526.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant5/10/2011Howard Greenfield
On Alternative Concept A-1, relocate the WB I-70 exit ramp to the east and create a signalized intersection with Hammond Rd.
$16,700,000$17,000,000-$1,000,000Reject
11
  
BEL-70-14.45
Interchange Reconstr./ the 70/40/331 Interch.
BEL 70 14.150 to 14.750, US 40 14.170 to 15.160, SR331 14.920 to 15.160
$23,067,526.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant5/10/2011Howard Greenfield
Build a bridge over I-70 connecting Hammond Rd. with Extension Rd. creating access from US-40.
DSDSDSReject
11
  
BEL-70-14.45
Interchange Reconstr./ the 70/40/331 Interch.
BEL 70 14.150 to 14.750, US 40 14.170 to 15.160, SR331 14.920 to 15.160
$23,067,526.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant5/10/2011Howard Greenfield
On Alternate Concept A-1, relocate the WB I-70 exit ramp to the east and create a signalized intersection with Hammond Rd. and add a connector distributor (CD) road from SR-331 to US-40.
$16,700,000$18,700,000-$2,000,000Reject
11
  
BEL-70-14.45
Interchange Reconstr./ the 70/40/331 Interch.
BEL 70 14.150 to 14.750, US 40 14.170 to 15.160, SR331 14.920 to 15.160
$23,067,526.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant5/10/2011Howard Greenfield
Eliminate the grass strip along the shoulder us-40 and SR-331
$30,000$65,000-$35,000Reject
11
  
BEL-70-14.45
Interchange Reconstr./ the 70/40/331 Interch.
BEL 70 14.150 to 14.750, US 40 14.170 to 15.160, SR331 14.920 to 15.160
$23,067,526.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant5/10/2011Howard Greenfield
Provide 6-ft. –wide sidewalk in lieu of 8-ft.wide sidewalk on the SR-331 Bridge over I-70
$110,000$0$110,000Accept
11
  
BEL-70-14.45
Interchange Reconstr./ the 70/40/331 Interch.
BEL 70 14.150 to 14.750, US 40 14.170 to 15.160, SR331 14.920 to 15.160
$23,067,526.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant5/10/2011Howard Greenfield
Provide 10-ft.-wide multi-use trails in lieu of 7-ft.-wide sidewalks and f-ft.-paved bike paths on both sides of SR-331
$0$0$0Reject
5
  
LIC-16-16.50 (Cherry Valley Interchange)
New Interchange
LIC 16 16.500 to 17.000, CR128 0.050 to 0.540
$43,932,127.00
78116Preliminary EngineeringIn-House4/6/2011G.J. Braxton
Update the Structure Cost
DSDSDS
5
  
LIC-16-16.50 (Cherry Valley Interchange)
New Interchange
LIC 16 16.500 to 17.000, CR128 0.050 to 0.540
$43,932,127.00
78116Preliminary EngineeringIn-House4/6/2011G.J. Braxton
Remove one side of vandal protection fence
$66,690$33,345$33,345Accept
Fence removed between road and trail.
5
  
LIC-16-16.50 (Cherry Valley Interchange)
New Interchange
LIC 16 16.500 to 17.000, CR128 0.050 to 0.540
$43,932,127.00
78116Preliminary EngineeringIn-House4/6/2011G.J. Braxton
Turn Back MSE Wall at 45° vs. straight
DSDSDS
5
  
LIC-16-16.50 (Cherry Valley Interchange)
New Interchange
LIC 16 16.500 to 17.000, CR128 0.050 to 0.540
$43,932,127.00
78116Preliminary EngineeringIn-House4/6/2011G.J. Braxton
Drainage Mitigation on Bridge
DSDSDS
5
  
LIC-16-16.50 (Cherry Valley Interchange)
New Interchange
LIC 16 16.500 to 17.000, CR128 0.050 to 0.540
$43,932,127.00
78116Preliminary EngineeringIn-House4/6/2011G.J. Braxton
Re-design outside (east) wall of Multi-use path
$78,300$64,125$14,175Accept
Wall redesigned for aesthetic value only.
5
  
LIC-16-16.50 (Cherry Valley Interchange)
New Interchange
LIC 16 16.500 to 17.000, CR128 0.050 to 0.540
$43,932,127.00
78116Preliminary EngineeringIn-House4/6/2011G.J. Braxton
Drain multi-use Path to inside shoulder vs. outside barrier
DSDSDS
5
  
LIC-16-16.50 (Cherry Valley Interchange)
New Interchange
LIC 16 16.500 to 17.000, CR128 0.050 to 0.540
$43,932,127.00
78116Preliminary EngineeringIn-House4/6/2011G.J. Braxton
Change the bridge width
$7,313,625$6,385,800$930,825Accept
Modified version of the VE alternative applied - bridge shoulder reduced to 4' to match roadway instead of the recommended 3'
5
  
LIC-16-16.50 (Cherry Valley Interchange)
New Interchange
LIC 16 16.500 to 17.000, CR128 0.050 to 0.540
$43,932,127.00
78116Preliminary EngineeringIn-House4/6/2011G.J. Braxton
Look at sight triangles of the ramps to reduce shoulder width (on/off) & pull in the ramps on north side of SR 16
$8,000,775$7,765,864$234,911Accept
Ramps pulled in approx. 200 ft to minimize footprint.
5
  
LIC-16-16.50 (Cherry Valley Interchange)
New Interchange
LIC 16 16.500 to 17.000, CR128 0.050 to 0.540
$43,932,127.00
78116Preliminary EngineeringIn-House4/6/2011G.J. Braxton
Reduce/verify the number of lanes
$7,385,715$5,717,925$1,667,790Reject
D5 recommends maintaining the acceptable los and v/c ratios for the design year.
5
  
LIC-16-16.50 (Cherry Valley Interchange)
New Interchange
LIC 16 16.500 to 17.000, CR128 0.050 to 0.540
$43,932,127.00
78116Preliminary EngineeringIn-House4/6/2011G.J. Braxton
Evaluate the cost of 4' shoulder w/curb vs. using 10' w/out curb
$218,700$72,900$145,800Reject
The cost for a closed system is approx. $645,000 which makes this alt. no longer a savings.
5
  
LIC-16-16.50 (Cherry Valley Interchange)
New Interchange
LIC 16 16.500 to 17.000, CR128 0.050 to 0.540
$43,932,127.00
78116Preliminary EngineeringIn-House4/6/2011G.J. Braxton
Look at getting the fill from SR 16 east bound ramp that is to be removed
DSDSDS
5
  
LIC-16-16.50 (Cherry Valley Interchange)
New Interchange
LIC 16 16.500 to 17.000, CR128 0.050 to 0.540
$43,932,127.00
78116Preliminary EngineeringIn-House4/6/2011G.J. Braxton
Look at getting fill from other ODOT property nearby
DSDSDS
5
  
LIC-16-16.50 (Cherry Valley Interchange)
New Interchange
LIC 16 16.500 to 17.000, CR128 0.050 to 0.540
$43,932,127.00
78116Preliminary EngineeringIn-House4/6/2011G.J. Braxton
Take SR 16 over Cherry Valley Road
DSDSDS
5
  
LIC-16-16.50 (Cherry Valley Interchange)
New Interchange
LIC 16 16.500 to 17.000, CR128 0.050 to 0.540
$43,932,127.00
78116Preliminary EngineeringIn-House4/6/2011G.J. Braxton
Early education to new Lodge owner on noise barrier options: concrete, vegetative, etc.
DSDSDS
5
  
LIC-16-16.50 (Cherry Valley Interchange)
New Interchange
LIC 16 16.500 to 17.000, CR128 0.050 to 0.540
$43,932,127.00
78116Preliminary EngineeringIn-House4/6/2011G.J. Braxton
Use concrete for the entire project
$718,200$1,220,940-$520,740Reject
This alternative did not prove any savings.
5
  
LIC-16-16.50 (Cherry Valley Interchange)
New Interchange
LIC 16 16.500 to 17.000, CR128 0.050 to 0.540
$43,932,127.00
78116Preliminary EngineeringIn-House4/6/2011G.J. Braxton
Review right-of-way costs
5
  
LIC-16-16.50 (Cherry Valley Interchange)
New Interchange
LIC 16 16.500 to 17.000, CR128 0.050 to 0.540
$43,932,127.00
78116Preliminary EngineeringIn-House4/6/2011G.J. Braxton
Early coordination with property owners
2
  
LUC-McCord RR Grade Separation
RR Grade Sep., Roundabout, Pump Station
LUC SR73 0.450 to 0.490
$23,576,500.00
originally 23116Detailed DesignIn-House1/20/2011G.J. Braxton
Review the 20′ to 30′ additional feet for pump station
DSDSDSAccept
2
  
LUC-McCord RR Grade Separation
RR Grade Sep., Roundabout, Pump Station
LUC SR73 0.450 to 0.490
$23,576,500.00
originally 23116Detailed DesignIn-House1/20/2011G.J. Braxton
Evaluate an additional pond at the northeast corner of Mcord Rd. & N. Mall Dr.
$3,000,000$2,778,150$221,850Accept
2
  
LUC-McCord RR Grade Separation
RR Grade Sep., Roundabout, Pump Station
LUC SR73 0.450 to 0.490
$23,576,500.00
originally 23116Detailed DesignIn-House1/20/2011G.J. Braxton
have the design consultant review the current pump stateion plans to verify that it included the pond on the west side
DSDSDSAccept
2
  
LUC-McCord RR Grade Separation
RR Grade Sep., Roundabout, Pump Station
LUC SR73 0.450 to 0.490
$23,576,500.00
originally 23116Detailed DesignIn-House1/20/2011G.J. Braxton
Re-evaluate the drainage on the south west quadrant (Hall st.)
$3,000,000$2,381,000$619,000Accept
2
  
LUC-McCord RR Grade Separation
RR Grade Sep., Roundabout, Pump Station
LUC SR73 0.450 to 0.490
$23,576,500.00
originally 23116Detailed DesignIn-House1/20/2011G.J. Braxton
Make part of the temporary road permaent & provide access to related sites
$400,000$10,000$390,000Accept
was already part of the plan
2
  
LUC-McCord RR Grade Separation
RR Grade Sep., Roundabout, Pump Station
LUC SR73 0.450 to 0.490
$23,576,500.00
originally 23116Detailed DesignIn-House1/20/2011G.J. Braxton
use cementstabilization vs. undercutting
$688,685$95,797$592,888Reject
GB1 dictated the amount of undercut
2
  
LUC-McCord RR Grade Separation
RR Grade Sep., Roundabout, Pump Station
LUC SR73 0.450 to 0.490
$23,576,500.00
originally 23116Detailed DesignIn-House1/20/2011G.J. Braxton
Accommodate the railroad utilities on the bridge (conduits)
$245,000 $60,300 $184,700 Reject
in conversations with utility companies they are planning to bore the utilities so they will only have to relocate them once,  rather than temporary relocate them while the existing bridge is removed and then relocate them to the new structure  once it is built.  
2
  
LUC-McCord RR Grade Separation
RR Grade Sep., Roundabout, Pump Station
LUC SR73 0.450 to 0.490
$23,576,500.00
originally 23116Detailed DesignIn-House1/20/2011G.J. Braxton
Minimal lighting under the rail road bridge for Multi-Use Path
DSDSDSAccept
2
  
LUC-McCord RR Grade Separation
RR Grade Sep., Roundabout, Pump Station
LUC SR73 0.450 to 0.490
$23,576,500.00
originally 23116Detailed DesignIn-House1/20/2011G.J. Braxton
Place some aesthetics on the walls of the rail road bridge
DSDSDSAccept
committee formed to explore aesthetic options
2
  
LUC-McCord RR Grade Separation
RR Grade Sep., Roundabout, Pump Station
LUC SR73 0.450 to 0.490
$23,576,500.00
originally 23116Detailed DesignIn-House1/20/2011G.J. Braxton
Review Lucas County and the Norfolk Southern Rail Road responsibilities for the bridge maintenance
DSDSDSAccept
2
  
LUC-SR2-18.62
Bridge Repair/Replace. Suspension Bridge
LUC 18.620 to 18.630, 18.620:18.620
$85,021,237.00
85649Detailed DesignConsultant1/5/2011Havens
include specific rehabilitation requirements for saddles, suspender ropes, and rope anchorages in the design details
DSDSDS
2
  
LUC-SR2-18.62
Bridge Repair/Replace. Suspension Bridge
LUC 18.620 to 18.630, 18.620:18.620
$85,021,237.00
85649Detailed DesignConsultant1/5/2011Havens
include details to further clarify main cable rehabilitation requirements
DSDSDS
2
  
LUC-SR2-18.62
Bridge Repair/Replace. Suspension Bridge
LUC 18.620 to 18.630, 18.620:18.620
$85,021,237.00
85649Detailed DesignConsultant1/5/2011Havens
Maintain existing suspension bridge span sidewalks in lieu of replacing them
$218,000$61,000$157,000
2
  
LUC-SR2-18.62
Bridge Repair/Replace. Suspension Bridge
LUC 18.620 to 18.630, 18.620:18.620
$85,021,237.00
85649Detailed DesignConsultant1/5/2011Havens
Use twin steel tube barriers in lieu of concrete barriers between the sidewalk and outside vehicle lanes on the approach spans
$438,000$339,000$99,000
2
  
LUC-SR2-18.62
Bridge Repair/Replace. Suspension Bridge
LUC 18.620 to 18.630, 18.620:18.620
$85,021,237.00
85649Detailed DesignConsultant1/5/2011Havens
replace all sidewalk knee brackets with the same angle bracing and top tie plates on the approach spans
DSDSDS
2
  
LUC-SR2-18.62
Bridge Repair/Replace. Suspension Bridge
LUC 18.620 to 18.630, 18.620:18.620
$85,021,237.00
85649Detailed DesignConsultant1/5/2011Havens
Replace the roadway lighting poles with dual light poles over the median barrier
$782,000$521,000$261,000
6
  
MRW-71-12.190
Maj. Reconstr./Widening
MRW 12.190 to 19.540
$51,137,872.00
86220, 86221DB Draft ScopeIn-House12/8/2010G.J. Braxton
Will not entertain concrete beam options for overhead bridges
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
MRW-71-12.190
Maj. Reconstr./Widening
MRW 12.190 to 19.540
$51,137,872.00
86220, 86221DB Draft ScopeIn-House12/8/2010G.J. Braxton
Repair metalized bridges by re-metalizing vs. painting
$153,000$229,500-$76,500Accept
6
  
MRW-71-12.190
Maj. Reconstr./Widening
MRW 12.190 to 19.540
$51,137,872.00
86220, 86221DB Draft ScopeIn-House12/8/2010G.J. Braxton
Evaluate patching percentages
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
MRW-71-12.190
Maj. Reconstr./Widening
MRW 12.190 to 19.540
$51,137,872.00
86220, 86221DB Draft ScopeIn-House12/8/2010G.J. Braxton
No raised pavement markers on bridges
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
MRW-71-12.190
Maj. Reconstr./Widening
MRW 12.190 to 19.540
$51,137,872.00
86220, 86221DB Draft ScopeIn-House12/8/2010G.J. Braxton
Review/evaluate joint at approach slabs (overpasses & mainline)
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
MRW-71-12.190
Maj. Reconstr./Widening
MRW 12.190 to 19.540
$51,137,872.00
86220, 86221DB Draft ScopeIn-House12/8/2010G.J. Braxton
Eliminate Soluble Reactive Sealer (SRS)
$95,232$0$95,232Reject
District has selected diamond grinding vs. SRS
6
  
MRW-71-12.190
Maj. Reconstr./Widening
MRW 12.190 to 19.540
$51,137,872.00
86220, 86221DB Draft ScopeIn-House12/8/2010G.J. Braxton
Do diamond grinding on bridges
$0$63,850-$63,850Accept
6
  
MRW-71-12.190
Maj. Reconstr./Widening
MRW 12.190 to 19.540
$51,137,872.00
86220, 86221DB Draft ScopeIn-House12/8/2010G.J. Braxton
Line culvert vs. replacement (specifying the type of liner)
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
MRW-71-12.190
Maj. Reconstr./Widening
MRW 12.190 to 19.540
$51,137,872.00
86220, 86221DB Draft ScopeIn-House12/8/2010G.J. Braxton
Outlet all under drains to median structures, where possible
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
MRW-71-12.190
Maj. Reconstr./Widening
MRW 12.190 to 19.540
$51,137,872.00
86220, 86221DB Draft ScopeIn-House12/8/2010G.J. Braxton
Evaluate closure time on overhead bridges
DSDSDSReject
District feels the current 60 days is ample time
6
  
MRW-71-12.190
Maj. Reconstr./Widening
MRW 12.190 to 19.540
$51,137,872.00
86220, 86221DB Draft ScopeIn-House12/8/2010G.J. Braxton
Evaluate interim completion dates
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
MRW-71-12.190
Maj. Reconstr./Widening
MRW 12.190 to 19.540
$51,137,872.00
86220, 86221DB Draft ScopeIn-House12/8/2010G.J. Braxton
Rubblize & roll not to be given as an alternate in the Scope of Services
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
MRW-71-12.190
Maj. Reconstr./Widening
MRW 12.190 to 19.540
$51,137,872.00
86220, 86221DB Draft ScopeIn-House12/8/2010G.J. Braxton
Consistent typical sections across re-construction and widening
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
MRW-71-12.190
Maj. Reconstr./Widening
MRW 12.190 to 19.540
$51,137,872.00
86220, 86221DB Draft ScopeIn-House12/8/2010G.J. Braxton
Consider the use of roller compacted concrete
DSDSDSReject
Unacceptable to Ofc. Pavements - less durability, no specific standards
6
  
MRW-71-12.190
Maj. Reconstr./Widening
MRW 12.190 to 19.540
$51,137,872.00
86220, 86221DB Draft ScopeIn-House12/8/2010G.J. Braxton
Define pavement work on side roads
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
MRW-71-12.190
Maj. Reconstr./Widening
MRW 12.190 to 19.540
$51,137,872.00
86220, 86221DB Draft ScopeIn-House12/8/2010G.J. Braxton
Replace mainline guardrail
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
MRW-71-12.190
Maj. Reconstr./Widening
MRW 12.190 to 19.540
$51,137,872.00
86220, 86221DB Draft ScopeIn-House12/8/2010G.J. Braxton
Evaluate existing as well as new guardrail installation for length of need and/or safety grading
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
MRW-71-12.190
Maj. Reconstr./Widening
MRW 12.190 to 19.540
$51,137,872.00
86220, 86221DB Draft ScopeIn-House12/8/2010G.J. Braxton
Evaluate grading ditch impacts
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
MRW-71-12.190
Maj. Reconstr./Widening
MRW 12.190 to 19.540
$51,137,872.00
86220, 86221DB Draft ScopeIn-House12/8/2010G.J. Braxton
Evaluate grading requirements for the type of guardrail end treatment used
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
MRW-71-12.190
Maj. Reconstr./Widening
MRW 12.190 to 19.540
$51,137,872.00
86220, 86221DB Draft ScopeIn-House12/8/2010G.J. Braxton
Identify potential locatiion(s) for wasting material
DSDSDSAccept
7
  
MOT-70-11.04
Maj. Reconstruction, Bridge Repair/Repl.
MOT 11.040 to 14.220
$27,781,838.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant11/2/2010G.J. Braxton
Alternate pavement bidding
DSDSDSAccept
per pavement selection team
7
  
MOT-70-11.04
Maj. Reconstruction, Bridge Repair/Repl.
MOT 11.040 to 14.220
$27,781,838.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant11/2/2010G.J. Braxton
Cement stabilization
$6,354,432$7,166,967-$812,335Accept
per OGE
7
  
MOT-70-11.04
Maj. Reconstruction, Bridge Repair/Repl.
MOT 11.040 to 14.220
$27,781,838.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant11/2/2010G.J. Braxton
Make freeway exit ramps concrete
DSDSDSAccept
7
  
MOT-70-11.04
Maj. Reconstruction, Bridge Repair/Repl.
MOT 11.040 to 14.220
$27,781,838.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant11/2/2010G.J. Braxton
Change profile to balance cut & fill
$9,727,504$7,049,468$2,678,036Accept
7
  
MOT-70-11.04
Maj. Reconstruction, Bridge Repair/Repl.
MOT 11.040 to 14.220
$27,781,838.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant11/2/2010G.J. Braxton
Evaluate span ratios - Meeker road
$1,903,979$1,757,444$146,534Reject
Design per standard drawing - no significant savings
7
  
MOT-70-11.04
Maj. Reconstruction, Bridge Repair/Repl.
MOT 11.040 to 14.220
$27,781,838.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant11/2/2010G.J. Braxton
Install guardrail under the bridge instead of providing clear zone - Meeker road
$2,565,630$1,974,000$591,630Accept
7
  
MOT-70-11.04
Maj. Reconstruction, Bridge Repair/Repl.
MOT 11.040 to 14.220
$27,781,838.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant11/2/2010G.J. Braxton
Use existing sub-structure location - Meeker road
DSDSDSReject
District decision to replace
7
  
MOT-70-11.04
Maj. Reconstruction, Bridge Repair/Repl.
MOT 11.040 to 14.220
$27,781,838.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant11/2/2010G.J. Braxton
Lower the county route under the bridge vs. raising I-70 - Meeker road
$791,185$1,104,114-$312,929Reject
No cost savings due to extensive work on Meeker
7
  
MOT-70-11.04
Maj. Reconstruction, Bridge Repair/Repl.
MOT 11.040 to 14.220
$27,781,838.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant11/2/2010G.J. Braxton
Evaluate span ratios - Federick Pike
$2,179,922$2,012,231$167,691Reject
Design per standard drawing - no significant savings
7
  
MOT-70-11.04
Maj. Reconstruction, Bridge Repair/Repl.
MOT 11.040 to 14.220
$27,781,838.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant11/2/2010G.J. Braxton
Install guardrail under the bridge instead of providing clear zone - Federick Pike
$2,961,600$1,544,160$1,417,440Accept
7
  
MOT-70-11.04
Maj. Reconstruction, Bridge Repair/Repl.
MOT 11.040 to 14.220
$27,781,838.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant11/2/2010G.J. Braxton
Use existing sub-structure location - Federick Pike
DSDSDSReject
District decision to replace
7
  
MOT-70-11.04
Maj. Reconstruction, Bridge Repair/Repl.
MOT 11.040 to 14.220
$27,781,838.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant11/2/2010G.J. Braxton
Lower the county route under the bridge vs. raising I-70 - Federick Pike
$791,185$1,072,091-$280,906Reject
No cost savings due to extensive work on Federick Pike
7
  
MOT-70-11.04
Maj. Reconstruction, Bridge Repair/Repl.
MOT 11.040 to 14.220
$27,781,838.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant11/2/2010G.J. Braxton
Reduce SR 48 bridge span length
$2,858,640$2,648,788$209,852Reject
District wants MSE walls out of clear zone
7
  
MOT-70-11.04
Maj. Reconstruction, Bridge Repair/Repl.
MOT 11.040 to 14.220
$27,781,838.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant11/2/2010G.J. Braxton
check beam spacing - less than 9'/beam depth
DSDSDSAccept
spacing was verified that it is correct
7
  
MOT-70-11.04
Maj. Reconstruction, Bridge Repair/Repl.
MOT 11.040 to 14.220
$27,781,838.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant11/2/2010G.J. Braxton
lower SR 48 to reduce embankment on I-70
DSDSDSAccept
7
  
MOT-70-11.04
Maj. Reconstruction, Bridge Repair/Repl.
MOT 11.040 to 14.220
$27,781,838.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant11/2/2010G.J. Braxton
replace deck with 4 span slab bridge on existing & widen substructure
$2,858,640$3,429,528$570,888Reject
District and the City have an agreement for a single span.
7
  
MOT-70-11.04
Maj. Reconstruction, Bridge Repair/Repl.
MOT 11.040 to 14.220
$27,781,838.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant11/2/2010G.J. Braxton
Use reinforced stabilized slope vs. retaining walls
$548,400$201,982$346,418Accept
7
  
MOT-70-11.04
Maj. Reconstruction, Bridge Repair/Repl.
MOT 11.040 to 14.220
$27,781,838.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant11/2/2010G.J. Braxton
May need to buy right-of-way for post construction BMP
DSDSDSAccept
7
  
MOT-70-11.04
Maj. Reconstruction, Bridge Repair/Repl.
MOT 11.040 to 14.220
$27,781,838.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant11/2/2010G.J. Braxton
Project estimate needs to be reviewed by District
DSDSDSAccept
8
  
GRE-35-4.26
New Interchange @ Factory & Valley Road
GRE 4.300 to 4.330, 6.200 to 6.230
$112,585,681.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant6/29/2010Dave Hamilton
Modify the Factory Road interchange design to tie-in Heller Drive to the ramp D frontage road; eliminate the Heller Drive extension, bridge, and some of the retaining walls
$8,697,000$0$8,697,000Accept
8
  
GRE-35-4.26
New Interchange @ Factory & Valley Road
GRE 4.300 to 4.330, 6.200 to 6.230
$112,585,681.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant6/29/2010Dave Hamilton
Modify design Alternative 1A and align Factory Road over US 35 instead of under. Do not change the grade of US 35 thus eliminating the US 35 structure
$25,476,000$8,048,000$17,428,000Reject
8
  
GRE-35-4.26
New Interchange @ Factory & Valley Road
GRE 4.300 to 4.330, 6.200 to 6.230
$112,585,681.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant6/29/2010Dave Hamilton
Modify design Alternative 1A and move the eastbound US 35 entrance ramp at Factory Road from a diamond on the on the southeast quadrant to a loop in the southwest quandrant.
$1,608,000$240,000$1,368,000Reject
8
  
GRE-35-4.26
New Interchange @ Factory & Valley Road
GRE 4.300 to 4.330, 6.200 to 6.230
$112,585,681.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant6/29/2010Dave Hamilton
Combine the Factory road interchange and the Valley interchange into a single facility
$84,900,000$44,200,000$40,700,000Pending
8
  
GRE-35-4.26
New Interchange @ Factory & Valley Road
GRE 4.300 to 4.330, 6.200 to 6.230
$112,585,681.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant6/29/2010Dave Hamilton
Connect Alpha and Heller Roads and route under US 35; eliminate Heller Drive Extension and the North/South frontage
$15,191,000$6,680,000$8,511,000Accept
8
  
GRE-35-4.26
New Interchange @ Factory & Valley Road
GRE 4.300 to 4.330, 6.200 to 6.230
$112,585,681.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant6/29/2010Dave Hamilton
Combine the Fatory Road interchange with the Valley interchange into a single facility and include a partial interchange in the northeast and southeast at Valley Road
$113,766,000$91,120,000$22,646,000Pending
8
  
GRE-35-4.26
New Interchange @ Factory & Valley Road
GRE 4.300 to 4.330, 6.200 to 6.230
$112,585,681.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant6/29/2010Dave Hamilton
Refine the original design Alternative 2 from the 2008 CAS report to use a single diamond, but eliminate the through connection of Orchard Drive
$25,600,000$0$25,600,000Accept
8
  
GRE-35-4.26
New Interchange @ Factory & Valley Road
GRE 4.300 to 4.330, 6.200 to 6.230
$112,585,681.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant6/29/2010Dave Hamilton
Revise the design Alternate 1A for the Valley-Trebein Road interchange from a tight diamond to a partial cloverleaf with loop ramps in the northeast and southeast quadrants
$10,931,000$489,000$10,442,000Accept
8
  
GRE-35-4.26
New Interchange @ Factory & Valley Road
GRE 4.300 to 4.330, 6.200 to 6.230
$112,585,681.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant6/29/2010Dave Hamilton
Reduce the median width on US 35 from 30 ft. total (15-ft. -wide shoulders) to 14.5 ft. total (6 ft. shoulders)
$1,358,000$0$1,358,000Accept
8
  
GRE-35-4.26
New Interchange @ Factory & Valley Road
GRE 4.300 to 4.330, 6.200 to 6.230
$112,585,681.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant6/29/2010Dave Hamilton
Expand the project development process report to evaluate the economics of purchasing more right of way and eliminating the retaining walls. A justification for the walls is needed.
DSDSDSAccept
8
  
GRE-35-4.26
New Interchange @ Factory & Valley Road
GRE 4.300 to 4.330, 6.200 to 6.230
$112,585,681.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant6/29/2010Dave Hamilton
Use innovative intersection concepts, such as roundabouts, instea of signals on local roads
DSDSDSReject
8
  
GRE-35-4.26
New Interchange @ Factory & Valley Road
GRE 4.300 to 4.330, 6.200 to 6.230
$112,585,681.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant6/29/2010Dave Hamilton
Use a "contrafflow" traffic plan for the mainenance of traffic on US 35 to optimize through traffic operations
DSDSDSPending
8
  
GRE-35-4.26
New Interchange @ Factory & Valley Road
GRE 4.300 to 4.330, 6.200 to 6.230
$112,585,681.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant6/29/2010Dave Hamilton
Reduce the amount of temporary retaining walls at the Factory Road interchange if possible
DSDSDSPending
8
  
GRE-35-4.26
New Interchange @ Factory & Valley Road
GRE 4.300 to 4.330, 6.200 to 6.230
$112,585,681.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant6/29/2010Dave Hamilton
Coordinate the shutdown of Factory Road and phase the closure of Orchard Lane to minimize north/south traffic disruption
DSDSDSPending
8
  
GRE-35-4.26
New Interchange @ Factory & Valley Road
GRE 4.300 to 4.330, 6.200 to 6.230
$112,585,681.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant6/29/2010Dave Hamilton
Evaluate traffic volumes to determine the feasibility of maintaining one through lane instead of two during construction (particularly east of Orchard) and determine limited MOT hours when the number of lanes can be reduced from two to one.
DSDSDSPending
8
  
GRE-35-4.26
New Interchange @ Factory & Valley Road
GRE 4.300 to 4.330, 6.200 to 6.230
$112,585,681.00
n/aPreliminary EngineeringConsultant6/29/2010Dave Hamilton
Review the project cost estimate in light of potential scope creep and budget variations from poor soils, retaing wals, longer structures, and possible cost escalation.
DSDSDSAccept
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*HAM-50-19.03
Minor Rehab, Pvmt. System
HAM 19.030 to 20.280
$36,000,000.00
proj. combined w/20082Detailed DesignIn-House3/3/2010G.J. Braxton
proj. combined w/20082
12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Overlay the existing pavement in lieu of providing full depth replacement on the mainline
$8,804,000 $1,418,000 $7,386,000 Accept
None.
12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Delay construction of the multi-use path from W. 28th Street to W. 49th Street until the mainline reconstruction is complete
$2,176,000 $1,371,000 $805,000 Partially implement
The City requested that the multi-purpose trail be completed now because the cost of inflation may prohibit installation later. Once the City of Cleveland obtains the proper legislation to permit the speed limit to be reduced to 35 mph, design criteria will allow a curb to be installed along the adjacent section of the shoreway with a 10 ft. offset in lieu of a 15 ft. offset.
12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Reroute the multi-use path between W. 49th Street and W. 65th Street
$958,000 $653,000 $305,000 Reject
These alternatives create complications to the submitted environmental documents for parks and railroads and will require additional testing and assessments. There will also be a need to acquire railroad property. These alternatives would continue the current bike share-the-road arrangement which is not the intent of the project (to provide multi-purpose off-road). With the additional environmental work and schedule impacts, this may ultimately cost more.

12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Reroute the multi-use path between W. 49th Street and W. 58th Street
$958,000 $757,000 $201,000 Reject
12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Eliminate the duplicate path within Edgewater Park
$171,000 $0 $171,000 Accept
None.
12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Reduce the multi-use path pause points from three to one
$865,000 $586,000 $279,000 Partially implement
Acceptance of this alternative will reduce the pause points from three to one and in addition will minimize the look of that pause point. The City of Cleveland requests a small pull off area with one benches and an informative sign. This increases the savings even more.
12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Provide a precast concrete single-span structure in lieu of a traditional single-span structure under the railroad
$5,551,000$2,314,000$3,237,000Reject
ODOT would not accept this structure in this location for maintenance reasons. There would be difficultly in repairing this structure because you can not take the bridge out of service.
12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Pursue a design exception for reducing the lane width on Bridge No. CUY 00006 1224
DSDSDSPending
These decisions will be made when funding comes through for Phase II.

12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Replace Bridge Number CUY 00006 1224 in lieu of selective rehabilitation
$1,160,000$1,955,000($795,000)Pending
12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Place a switchbak path as close as possible to West 49th Street to reduce retaining wall requirements
$1,158,000$697,000$461,000Reject
The topography of this area makes it difficult to build the proposed switchback geometry and adhere to ADA vertical grade requirements. This alterantive may wind up costing more in the end and complicates the trail for users.
12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Replace portions of the retaining wall from West 54th Street to Breakwater Avenue with earthen fill at a 2:1 slope
$183,000$0$183,000Accept
The design consultant will investigate using a 2:1 or flatter slope if possible.
12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Use a barrier between the mainline and multi-use path from W. 28th Street to W. 45th Street to reduce retaining wall requirements
$2,570,000$1,143,000$1,437,000Reject
Accepted P-4 instead. This alternative would not be the best context sensitive solution because it would build a barrier wall between bikes/peds and vehicular traffic (violates the intent of the project). In addition, the offset would only be incresed by a foot or two making the impact on the retaining wall minimal.
12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Use LED lamps in lieu of high pressure sodium lamps in the pedestrian tunnels and along the new multi-use paths
DSDSDSReject
This phase of the project is currently out to bid. The proposed design contains luminaires that are convertible if the City of Cleveland chooses to do so in the future.
12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Modify the landscaping between the pedestrian tunnels to reduce maintenance requirements
DSDSDSAccept
Already implemented.
12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Include an emergency call box in each pedestrian tunnel
DSDSDSReject
These alternatives will require a community group or agency to monitor and maintain the cameras and call boxes. The City of Cleveland was unable to provide a resolution to include with the project (project is already out to bid).

12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Include security cameras in each pedestrian tunnel
DSDSDSReject
12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Relocate the sanitary sewer prior to construction of the railroad bypass
DSDSDSAccept
None.
12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Design the sewer relocation to avoid the railroad maintenance of traffic footprint
$5,155,000$6,856,000($1,701,000)Accept
ODOT and the design consultant will work with NEORSD to minimize cost during design.
12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Have the City of Cleveland Water Department relocate the water line before going out to bid
DSDSDSAccept
This alternative is already included in the pedestrian tunnels contract (project is out for bid).
12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Limit the level of enhancements to a specified percentage of the base cost
DSDSDSAccept
The City of Cleveland needs to set the limit.
12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Establish maintenance responsibilities before issuing the bid documents
DSDSDSAccept
The City of Cleveland needs to set up an agreement for who is responsible to maintain the area.
12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Defer the W. 54th Street connection to Phase II
$406,000$470,000($64,000)Pending
A more detailed cost analysis required.
12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Defer the Division Avenue connection to Phase II
$824,000$954,000($130,000)Accept
None.
12
  
CUY-US006-12.20
Lakefront West Proj. Maj. Rehab
CUY 12.200 to 14.490
$55,704,676.00
86478, 86479, 86480, 86481, 86482Detailed DesignConsultant2/23/2010Steve Havens
Add a pedestrian refuge island at the northeast corner of Detroit Avenue/W.45th Street
DSDSDSAccept
The pedestrian crossing will be designed as safe as possible given the geometry of the intersection.
12
  
CUY-77-9.50
Bridge Deck/ Replacement
CUY 9.500:9.500, 14.350:14.350
$38,890,000.00
87855 (ptg.)Detailed DesignIn-House2/9/2010G.J. Braxton
Eliminate Closure Pour
Reject
The dead load deflection due to the weight of the wet concrete is significantly greater than ¼". Closure pours will be required. Crossframes in the cut-line bays, except in the vicinity of the piers, will also need to be cut before the deck is removed and re-connected before placing the closure concrete.
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CUY-77-9.50
Bridge Deck/ Replacement
CUY 9.500:9.500, 14.350:14.350
$38,890,000.00
87855 (ptg.)Detailed DesignIn-House2/9/2010G.J. Braxton
Better Sign Language on MOT Signs for Contra-Flow
Lump$11,106 ($11,106)Partially implement
We concur with modifying the standard signs to clarify the lane use, and will incorporate this in the final design. TEM Section 301-15, however, prohibits the use of pavement tattoos due to the potential hazard for motorcycles, and will not be incorporated into the plans.
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CUY-77-9.50
Bridge Deck/ Replacement
CUY 9.500:9.500, 14.350:14.350
$38,890,000.00
87855 (ptg.)Detailed DesignIn-House2/9/2010G.J. Braxton
Review NB Entrance Ramp from I-480 to I-77 for Design Deficiencies
DSDSDSReject
The entrance ramp from IR 480 to northbound IR 77 is a two-lane ramp. L&D Figure 505-1b would apply, which requires a 2,000-foot parallel entrance lane plus a 720-foot ramp length. The parallel lane would extend to the north end of the current project limit and the taper would extend beyond the current end of project.
The existing bridge width at the north end of the bridge is 53.75 feet from toe to toe of barrier, while the proposed bridge width is 54.33 feet from toe to toe of barrier. The two through lanes, the add lane, and the parallel entrance lane, plus an 8-foot outside shoulder (minimum on ramp, per L&D Figure 303-1) and the 6.33-foot median shoulder indicate a minimum width of 62.33 feet from toe to toe of barrier. To accomplish the merge length per L&D Figure 505-1b would require widening the bridge by a minimum of 8 feet, including a new beam line and substructure widening. This would also require replacing the Ramp G bridge (SB IR 77 to SR 21).
The “extra shoulder width on the deck” is not sufficient to maintain the merge length per the L&D Manual. This alternative design will not be incorporated into the plans.
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CUY-77-9.50
Bridge Deck/ Replacement
CUY 9.500:9.500, 14.350:14.350
$38,890,000.00
87855 (ptg.)Detailed DesignIn-House2/9/2010G.J. Braxton
Re-stripe Lanes at STA. 84+00 to STA. 91+00
DSDSDSReject
This alternative design would reduce Ramp E-N (from westbound IR 480 to northbound IR 77) from the current two lanes to a single lane. The District prefers to maintian the exisiting condition due to high traffic volume on Ramp E-N.
6
  
FRA-CR 122-4.14
Maj. Widening
FRA 4.140 to 6.220
$30,278,547.00
16840Detailed DesignConsultant1/26/2010H. Greenfield
Use a disincentive clause in the
construction contract
DSDSDSReject
REJECTED. Contractors increase bid price to cover possible losses due to disincentive
6
  
FRA-CR 122-4.14
Maj. Widening
FRA 4.140 to 6.220
$30,278,547.00
16840Detailed DesignConsultant1/26/2010H. Greenfield
Remove Bat trees prior to selling project
DSDSDSAccept
ACCEPTED. City will include bat tree removal in pre-construction building
6
  
FRA-CR 122-4.14
Maj. Widening
FRA 4.140 to 6.220
$30,278,547.00
16840Detailed DesignConsultant1/26/2010H. Greenfield
Use roller compacted concrete with an
asphalt overlay in lieu of an all asphalt
pavement section
$2,478,522$4,047,658$1,569,136Reject
REJECTED. Based on the City of Columbus' cost estimate, asphalt will cost $2,145.889.02 vs. $3,315.139.50 for the RCC; therefore, the plans will
not be revised.
6
  
FRA-CR 122-4.14
Maj. Widening
FRA 4.140 to 6.220
$30,278,547.00
16840Detailed DesignConsultant1/26/2010H. Greenfield
Use pervious asphalt pavement for shared
use paths
DSDSDSReject
REJECTED. Rough surface, needs cleaning, costs more. Might consider aggregate shoulder
6
  
FRA-CR 122-4.14
Maj. Widening
FRA 4.140 to 6.220
$30,278,547.00
16840Detailed DesignConsultant1/26/2010H. Greenfield
Use lime kiln dust for soil modification in
lieu of a soil-cement subgrade
$856,600$708,757$147,843Reject
6
  
FRA-CR 122-4.14
Maj. Widening
FRA 4.140 to 6.220
$30,278,547.00
16840Detailed DesignConsultant1/26/2010H. Greenfield
Engineer pavement design at Williams
Road intersection and take out
contingency quantities
DSDSDSReject
6
  
FRA-CR 122-4.14
Maj. Widening
FRA 4.140 to 6.220
$30,278,547.00
16840Detailed DesignConsultant1/26/2010H. Greenfield
Delete the soil stabilization and allow for
localized undercutting in soft soil areas
$856,600$266,995$589,605Reject
6
  
FRA-CR 122-4.14
Maj. Widening
FRA 4.140 to 6.220
$30,278,547.00
16840Detailed DesignConsultant1/26/2010H. Greenfield
Delete the prime coat from the pavement
section
$179,303$0$179,303Accept
6
  
FRA-CR 122-4.14
Maj. Widening
FRA 4.140 to 6.220
$30,278,547.00
16840Detailed DesignConsultant1/26/2010H. Greenfield
Raise the roadway profile at Creekway
Drive and move 30-inch diameter storm
water line to the east side of Alum Creek
Drive to avoid having to lower the gas
pipeline
$570,906$131,508$439,398Reject
REJECTED. City feels this was adequately studied by consultant and dismissed
6
  
FRA-CR 122-4.14
Maj. Widening
FRA 4.140 to 6.220
$30,278,547.00
16840Detailed DesignConsultant1/26/2010H. Greenfield
Use alternate drainage device to carry
storm water under Creekway Drive to
avoid conflict with CGT 20-inch diameter
gas line
$533,600$23,200$510,400Reject
REJECTED. City feels this was adequately studied by consultant and dismissed
6
  
FRA-CR 122-4.14
Maj. Widening
FRA 4.140 to 6.220
$30,278,547.00
16840Detailed DesignConsultant1/26/2010H. Greenfield
Allow Williams Road intersection to be
partially closed for multiple weekends
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
FRA-CR 122-4.14
Maj. Widening
FRA 4.140 to 6.220
$30,278,547.00
16840Detailed DesignConsultant1/26/2010H. Greenfield
Allow closure on any two of four streets in
the Alum Crest Acres subdivision to be
closed during construction
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
FRA-CR 122-4.14
Maj. Widening
FRA 4.140 to 6.220
$30,278,547.00
16840Detailed DesignConsultant1/26/2010H. Greenfield
Require contractor to maintain furl truck
delivery access to the Thornton Gas
Station
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
FRA-CR 122-4.14
Maj. Widening
FRA 4.140 to 6.220
$30,278,547.00
16840Detailed DesignConsultant1/26/2010H. Greenfield
Retain existing trees where possible
DSDSDSAccept
7
  
CLA-70-13.98
Maj. Rehab.
CLA 13.980 to 20.930
$29,651,896.00
n/aDetailed DesignIn-House1/21/2010G.J. Braxton
Add low strength mortar over cement stabilization seams between phases
DSDSDSReject
More discussion with construction to see if this suggestion can be incorporated in the plans
7
  
CLA-70-13.98
Maj. Rehab.
CLA 13.980 to 20.930
$29,651,896.00
n/aDetailed DesignIn-House1/21/2010G.J. Braxton
Lower underground highway lighting conduit crossing under the roadway
DSDSDSAccept
7
  
CLA-70-13.98
Maj. Rehab.
CLA 13.980 to 20.930
$29,651,896.00
n/aDetailed DesignIn-House1/21/2010G.J. Braxton
Use wire facing in lieu of a soldier pile wall with lagging for the temporary wall at the Xenia Road Bridge
$1,220,000 $1,063,000 $157,000 Accept
Based on Designer evaluation this alternate is to be implemented
7
  
CLA-70-13.98
Maj. Rehab.
CLA 13.980 to 20.930
$29,651,896.00
n/aDetailed DesignIn-House1/21/2010G.J. Braxton
Use material in median to be removed for the embankment at the Xenia Raod Bridge
$523,000 $366,000 $157,000 Accept
7
  
CLA-70-13.98
Maj. Rehab.
CLA 13.980 to 20.930
$29,651,896.00
n/aDetailed DesignIn-House1/21/2010G.J. Braxton
Combine the two projects and sell as one
$5,795,000 $3,008,000 $2,787,000 Pending
This alternate will be re-evaluated if funding become available to cover cost of both projects.
7
  
CLA-70-13.98
Maj. Rehab.
CLA 13.980 to 20.930
$29,651,896.00
n/aDetailed DesignIn-House1/21/2010G.J. Braxton
Fill existing stormwater pipes with lean concrete in lieu of removing them
$27,000$6,000$21,000Accept
7
  
CLA-70-13.98
Maj. Rehab.
CLA 13.980 to 20.930
$29,651,896.00
n/aDetailed DesignIn-House1/21/2010G.J. Braxton
Purchase the bar property adjacent to the new earth embankment in lieu of constructing a mechanically stabilized earth wall
$567,000$517,000$50,000Reject
7
  
CLA-70-13.98
Maj. Rehab.
CLA 13.980 to 20.930
$29,651,896.00
n/aDetailed DesignIn-House1/21/2010G.J. Braxton
Use a two-span bridge with full height cast-in-place concrete abutments in lieu of a single span bridge with mechanically stabilized earth walls at S.R. 72
$8,261,000$5,634,000$2,627,000Reject
7
  
CLA-70-13.98
Maj. Rehab.
CLA 13.980 to 20.930
$29,651,896.00
n/aDetailed DesignIn-House1/21/2010G.J. Braxton
Use a crossover in lieu of contra-flow for phase 2 MOT for the CLA-70-6.75 project
$2,983,000$2,772,000$211,000Accept
Designer feels this can work on this section will use this suggestion in designing the MOT plans.
7
  
CLA-70-13.98
Maj. Rehab.
CLA 13.980 to 20.930
$29,651,896.00
n/aDetailed DesignIn-House1/21/2010G.J. Braxton
Move traffic to one side in lieu of using contra-flow maintenance of traffic plan for the CLA-70-10.55 project
$2,424,000$2,232,000$192,000Reject
Based on Designer's evaluation this alternative is not to be implemented.
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HAM-71/75-0.00/0.22
Brent Spence Bridge Project (BSB)
HAM 71   0.000 to 2.260, HAM 75  0.220 to 3.050, HAM 471  0.560 to 0.730
$691,020,021.00
89053, 89054, 89056, 89065, 89066, 89067, 89068, 89069Preliminary EngineeringConsultant8/24/2009Steve Havens
For all options in Kentucky, replace the outside shoulders on I-471 southbound with full depth pavement support rerouting of traffic during construction.
$0$2,868,946 $2,868,946 Accept
MOT-1A, MOT-1B, and MOT-1C all are different methods to accomplish the same goal. KYTC has plans for future improvements to I-471, so MOT-1A best aligns with these plans.
8
  
HAM-71/75-0.00/0.22
Brent Spence Bridge Project (BSB)
HAM 71   0.000 to 2.260, HAM 75  0.220 to 3.050, HAM 471  0.560 to 0.730
$691,020,021.00
89053, 89054, 89056, 89065, 89066, 89067, 89068, 89069Preliminary EngineeringConsultant8/24/2009Steve Havens
For all options in Kentucky, use the inside shoulders on I-471 southbound with 12 ft. wide travel lanes & no inside shoulder to support rerouting of traffic during construction.
$0$843,260 ($843,260)Reject
MOT-1A, MOT-1B, and MOT-1C all are different methods to accomplish the same goal. KYTC has plans for future improvements to I-471, so MOT-1A best aligns with these plans.
8
  
HAM-71/75-0.00/0.22
Brent Spence Bridge Project (BSB)
HAM 71   0.000 to 2.260, HAM 75  0.220 to 3.050, HAM 471  0.560 to 0.730
$691,020,021.00
89053, 89054, 89056, 89065, 89066, 89067, 89068, 89069Preliminary EngineeringConsultant8/24/2009Steve Havens
For all options in Kentucky, use the inside shoulders on I-471 southbound with 11.5 ft. wide travel lanes & no inside shoulder to support rerouting of traffic during construction.
$0$920,106 ($920,106)Reject
MOT-1A, MOT-1B, and MOT-1C all are different methods to accomplish the same goal. KYTC has plans for future improvements to I-471, so MOT-1A best aligns with these plans.
8
  
HAM-71/75-0.00/0.22
Brent Spence Bridge Project (BSB)
HAM 71   0.000 to 2.260, HAM 75  0.220 to 3.050, HAM 471  0.560 to 0.730
$691,020,021.00
89053, 89054, 89056, 89065, 89066, 89067, 89068, 89069Preliminary EngineeringConsultant8/24/2009Steve Havens
For all options in Ohio, add alternative Newport Exit Signing from I-71 via US 27 to reroute traffic during construction
DSDSDSAccept
Project team will evaluate impacts to city of Cincinnati street network during detailed design including potential re-configuration of signal timing. Coordination with City DOTE stall will also be conducted. Additional traffic information will need to be obtained during detailed design phase.
8
  
HAM-71/75-0.00/0.22
Brent Spence Bridge Project (BSB)
HAM 71   0.000 to 2.260, HAM 75  0.220 to 3.050, HAM 471  0.560 to 0.730
$691,020,021.00
89053, 89054, 89056, 89065, 89066, 89067, 89068, 89069Preliminary EngineeringConsultant8/24/2009Steve Havens
For all options, use Ohio Option 1 as a contractor lay down area for use during construction of the main river crossing.
$0 $3,100,000 ($3,100,000)Accept
Project Team will investigate the size needed for the lay down area, access to the lay down area, and other contributing factors. A recommendation will be made to ODOT and KYTC as to the best alternative--MOT-4A or MOT-4B. Impacts to property will be included in the environmental documentation.
8
  
HAM-71/75-0.00/0.22
Brent Spence Bridge Project (BSB)
HAM 71   0.000 to 2.260, HAM 75  0.220 to 3.050, HAM 471  0.560 to 0.730
$691,020,021.00
89053, 89054, 89056, 89065, 89066, 89067, 89068, 89069Preliminary EngineeringConsultant8/24/2009Steve Havens
For all options, use Ohio Option 2 as a contractor lay down area for use during construction of the main river crossing.
$0$789,500 $789,500 Accept
Project Team will investigate the size needed for the lay down area, access to the lay down area, and other contributing factors. A recommendation will be made to ODOT and KYTC as to the best alternative--MOT-4A or MOT-4B. Impacts to property will be included in the environmental documentation.
8
  
HAM-71/75-0.00/0.22
Brent Spence Bridge Project (BSB)
HAM 71   0.000 to 2.260, HAM 75  0.220 to 3.050, HAM 471  0.560 to 0.730
$691,020,021.00
89053, 89054, 89056, 89065, 89066, 89067, 89068, 89069Preliminary EngineeringConsultant8/24/2009Steve Havens
For all options, use Kentucky Option 1 as a contractor lay-down area for use during construction of the main river crossing.
DSDSDSAccept
This will be adopted with a modification. The Project Team will investigate the size needed for the lay down area, access to the lay down area, and other contributing factors. A recommendation will be made to ODOT and KYTC as to utilizing the space as proposed or to identify additional needed area. Impacts to property will be included in the environmental documentation.
8
  
HAM-71/75-0.00/0.22
Brent Spence Bridge Project (BSB)
HAM 71   0.000 to 2.260, HAM 75  0.220 to 3.050, HAM 471  0.560 to 0.730
$691,020,021.00
89053, 89054, 89056, 89065, 89066, 89067, 89068, 89069Preliminary EngineeringConsultant8/24/2009Steve Havens
An Alternative E, replace the 5th Street northbound ramp to I-71 in Kentucky with an indirect ramp connection from the collector-distributor roadway to I-71 in Ohio
$398,710 $863,892 ($465,182)Accept
This alternative will provide the same access to I-71 NB, and potentially allow for land to be transferred to park use in the area of the existing I-75 NB exit to KY-5th Street.
8
  
HAM-71/75-0.00/0.22
Brent Spence Bridge Project (BSB)
HAM 71   0.000 to 2.260, HAM 75  0.220 to 3.050, HAM 471  0.560 to 0.730
$691,020,021.00
89053, 89054, 89056, 89065, 89066, 89067, 89068, 89069Preliminary EngineeringConsultant8/24/2009Steve Havens
Eliminate the KY 9th Street intersection with the collector-distributor roadway from all options.
DSDSDSAccept
Project Team will meet with City of Covington officials and community groups to discuss this option. Based on these discussions, a recommendation will be made and included in the project design for further public comment at the next PI meetings.
8
  
HAM-71/75-0.00/0.22
Brent Spence Bridge Project (BSB)
HAM 71   0.000 to 2.260, HAM 75  0.220 to 3.050, HAM 471  0.560 to 0.730
$691,020,021.00
89053, 89054, 89056, 89065, 89066, 89067, 89068, 89069Preliminary EngineeringConsultant8/24/2009Steve Havens
For the Hybrid Alternative CD, identify a shorter route for emergency responses from the Fire Station at 5th Street & Central Ave. to the Fort Washington Way Trench
DSDSDSReject
Physical constraints in the design of the Hybrid Alternative CD prevent this access from being designed as proposed in this alternative.
8
  
HAM-71/75-0.00/0.22
Brent Spence Bridge Project (BSB)
HAM 71   0.000 to 2.260, HAM 75  0.220 to 3.050, HAM 471  0.560 to 0.730
$691,020,021.00
89053, 89054, 89056, 89065, 89066, 89067, 89068, 89069Preliminary EngineeringConsultant8/24/2009Steve Havens
For the Hybrid Alternative CD, provide a direct connection from southbound collector-distributor roadway to 2nd Street in Ohio and additional connection to the US 42/3rd Street intersection to improve access and increase the use of the Clay Wade Bailey Bridge.
$0 $1,437,344 ($1,437,344)Accept
8
  
HAM-71/75-0.00/0.22
Brent Spence Bridge Project (BSB)
HAM 71   0.000 to 2.260, HAM 75  0.220 to 3.050, HAM 471  0.560 to 0.730
$691,020,021.00
89053, 89054, 89056, 89065, 89066, 89067, 89068, 89069Preliminary EngineeringConsultant8/24/2009Steve Havens
For the Hybrid Alternative CD, provide access from Winchell Avenue just north of Ezzard Charles Drive to northbound I-75.
$0 $999,433 ($999,433)Reject
Cost does not outweigh potential benefits for the lower volume of traffic this would serve. Issue can be re-investigated if other factors that would support inclusion are identified. In addition, including this connection will potentially degrade the operation of I-75 due to the inclusion of an additional entrance ramp in relatively close proximity to another entrance ramp from Freeman Avenue that is proposed.
8
  
HAM-71/75-0.00/0.22
Brent Spence Bridge Project (BSB)
HAM 71   0.000 to 2.260, HAM 75  0.220 to 3.050, HAM 471  0.560 to 0.730
$691,020,021.00
89053, 89054, 89056, 89065, 89066, 89067, 89068, 89069Preliminary EngineeringConsultant8/24/2009Steve Havens
For the Hybrid Alternative CD, update the cost estimate to reflect the additional lane on the I-75 mainline.
DSDSDSAccept
This will be done as part of the normal project development process.
8
  
HAM-71/75-0.00/0.22
Brent Spence Bridge Project (BSB)
HAM 71   0.000 to 2.260, HAM 75  0.220 to 3.050, HAM 471  0.560 to 0.730
$691,020,021.00
89053, 89054, 89056, 89065, 89066, 89067, 89068, 89069Preliminary EngineeringConsultant8/24/2009Steve Havens
For Alternative E, shift the collector-distributor roadway to minimize impacts to Goebel Park and avoid relocating the radio station tower.
DSDSDSAccept
This will be adopted with a modification. As long as stacking of two roadways is avoided, i.e., a significant increase in construction costs and life cycle costs would be seen if stacking occurred.
8
  
HAM-71/75-0.00/0.22
Brent Spence Bridge Project (BSB)
HAM 71   0.000 to 2.260, HAM 75  0.220 to 3.050, HAM 471  0.560 to 0.730
$691,020,021.00
89053, 89054, 89056, 89065, 89066, 89067, 89068, 89069Preliminary EngineeringConsultant8/24/2009Steve Havens
For Hybrid Alternative CD, provide an exit from the northbound collector-distributor roadway to Ezzard Charles Drive similar to that shown in the Alternative E design.
DSDSDSAccept
This will be investigated. There are potential complications due to the weave that would be created. This suggestion has the backing of stakeholders since it could provide improved access to Union Terminal.
8
  
HAM-71/75-0.00/0.22
Brent Spence Bridge Project (BSB)
HAM 71   0.000 to 2.260, HAM 75  0.220 to 3.050, HAM 471  0.560 to 0.730
$691,020,021.00
89053, 89054, 89056, 89065, 89066, 89067, 89068, 89069Preliminary EngineeringConsultant8/24/2009Steve Havens
With all options, use tie-back walls on the west side of southbound KY-I-75 and in other applicable areas in Kentucky to reduce excavation and right-of-way requirements.
DSDSDSPending
Decision on this alternative will be deferred until further analysis is completed. As part of the process, Retaining Wall Justification studies will be completed. These studies will provide information to make a final decision of adopting or rejecting this suggestion. The retaining wall justification studies are currently scheduled to be completed in March 2010.
8
  
HAM-71/75-0.00/0.22
Brent Spence Bridge Project (BSB)
HAM 71   0.000 to 2.260, HAM 75  0.220 to 3.050, HAM 471  0.560 to 0.730
$691,020,021.00
89053, 89054, 89056, 89065, 89066, 89067, 89068, 89069Preliminary EngineeringConsultant8/24/2009Steve Havens
With all options, provide a means to mitigate potential structural impacts to Willow Run Sewer during construction.
DSDSDSAccept
This will primarily be in the area near KY-5th Street; however, other areas within the corridor will be included as appropriate.
8
  
HAM-71/75-0.00/0.22
Brent Spence Bridge Project (BSB)
HAM 71   0.000 to 2.260, HAM 75  0.220 to 3.050, HAM 471  0.560 to 0.730
$691,020,021.00
89053, 89054, 89056, 89065, 89066, 89067, 89068, 89069Preliminary EngineeringConsultant8/24/2009Steve Havens
For the Hybrid Alternative CD, adjust the lane configurations on each deck on the new bridge to save one lane per deck.
$567,401,472 $513,809,472 $53,592,000 Reject
The 2 SB Local Lanes currently shown in the original typical section sketch will need to be 3 SB Local Lanes based on recent traffic analysis. This would prevent the reduction in bridge deck width. In addition, modification to the layout of lanes on various aspects of the main river crossing deck could pose potential design/geometric conflicts within the approach areas.
8
  
HAM-71/75-0.00/0.22
Brent Spence Bridge Project (BSB)
HAM 71   0.000 to 2.260, HAM 75  0.220 to 3.050, HAM 471  0.560 to 0.730
$691,020,021.00
89053, 89054, 89056, 89065, 89066, 89067, 89068, 89069Preliminary EngineeringConsultant8/24/2009Steve Havens
For Alternative E, make the traffic operations directional on each deck on the new bridge to save one lane per deck.
$567,401,472 $513,809,472 $53,952,000 Reject
The Alternative would require reducing the 3 I-71 SB lanes on the upper deck to 2 lanes and moving it to the bottom deck. Based on current design 3 lanes is needed in this location to accommodate the OH-3rd Street entrance ramp to SB 71. In addition, modification to the layout of lanes on various aspects of the main river crossing deck could pose potential design/geometric conflicts within the approach areas.
8
  
HAM-71/75-0.00/0.22
Brent Spence Bridge Project (BSB)
HAM 71   0.000 to 2.260, HAM 75  0.220 to 3.050, HAM 471  0.560 to 0.730
$691,020,021.00
89053, 89054, 89056, 89065, 89066, 89067, 89068, 89069Preliminary EngineeringConsultant8/24/2009Steve Havens
For all options, realign Section 1 near the cut in the hill to the east to reduce right-of-way and excavation requirements.
DSDSDSAccept
Further analysis and design on the exact locations and limits of realignment will be conducted by the Project Team in coordination with KYTC.
8
  
HAM-71/75-0.00/0.22
Brent Spence Bridge Project (BSB)
HAM 71   0.000 to 2.260, HAM 75  0.220 to 3.050, HAM 471  0.560 to 0.730
$691,020,021.00
89053, 89054, 89056, 89065, 89066, 89067, 89068, 89069Preliminary EngineeringConsultant8/24/2009Steve Havens
Specify that recycled concrete pavement is acceptable for use as sub-grade stabilization in Kentucky.
DSDSDSAccept
This will be adopted and included as a contractor option not a requirement.
11
  
BEL-70-7.61
Maj. Reconstruction
BEL 7.610 to 12.610
$43,127,898.00
n/aPE/Design BuildConsultant8/5/2009Steve Havens
Allow for 11 ft-wide minimum temporary lane width with a 2 ft. minimum barrier offset distance in lieu of 12 ft-wide minimum temporary lane width.
$2,043,689$0$2,043,689Accept
Final scope revised to reflect this suggestion.
11
  
BEL-70-7.61
Maj. Reconstruction
BEL 7.610 to 12.610
$43,127,898.00
n/aPE/Design BuildConsultant8/5/2009Steve Havens
Include decision sight distance requirements in the RFP
DSDSDSAccept
Final scope revised to reflect this suggestion.
11
  
BEL-70-7.61
Maj. Reconstruction
BEL 7.610 to 12.610
$43,127,898.00
n/aPE/Design BuildConsultant8/5/2009Steve Havens
Include drop off policy requirements in the RFP.
DSDSDSAccept
Final scope revised to reflect this suggestion.
11
  
BEL-70-7.61
Maj. Reconstruction
BEL 7.610 to 12.610
$43,127,898.00
n/aPE/Design BuildConsultant8/5/2009Steve Havens
Allow ramp closures to improve finished quality.
$1,611,843$0$1,611,843Accept
Final scope revised to allow for closure of West side of interchange ramps.
11
  
BEL-70-7.61
Maj. Reconstruction
BEL 7.610 to 12.610
$43,127,898.00
n/aPE/Design BuildConsultant8/5/2009Steve Havens
Include sub-grade stabilization under all temporary pavement.
$0$2,225,507-$2,225,507Accept
Final scope revised to reflect this suggestion.
11
  
BEL-70-7.61
Maj. Reconstruction
BEL 7.610 to 12.610
$43,127,898.00
n/aPE/Design BuildConsultant8/5/2009Steve Havens
Require a Work Zone Traffic Supervisor (WTS) during mainline construction.
$0$195,612-$195,612Accept
Final scope revised to reflect this suggestion.
11
  
BEL-70-7.61
Maj. Reconstruction
BEL 7.610 to 12.610
$43,127,898.00
n/aPE/Design BuildConsultant8/5/2009Steve Havens
Clarify temporary traffic signaling requirements including locations and sequencing for the ramps.
$0-$8,151-$8,151Accept
Final scope revised to reflect this suggestion.
6
  
FRA-70-6.09
Interchange Reconstr., Grove City
FRA 71 6.090 to 6.100, SR 665 8.330 to 8.990
$36,448,201.00
n/aDetailed DesignConsultant6/23/2009Steve Havens
Defer the widening of Ramp A to a future project by replacing safety grading with a 2:1 slope and guardrail for ramps A and B and replacing MSE wall at Ramp A
$310,280 $16,734 $293,546 Reject
Recent Geometric changes have made these alternatives unfeasible. However, some portions of the slopes can be steepened through further refinement. There will be some cost savings. Figures will not be available since the extent of this work is unknown at this time.
6
  
FRA-70-6.09
Interchange Reconstr., Grove City
FRA 71 6.090 to 6.100, SR 665 8.330 to 8.990
$36,448,201.00
n/aDetailed DesignConsultant6/23/2009Steve Havens
Reevaluate and amend the interchange modifications to provide tee intersections for the right turnoff ramps from I-71
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
FRA-70-6.09
Interchange Reconstr., Grove City
FRA 71 6.090 to 6.100, SR 665 8.330 to 8.990
$36,448,201.00
n/aDetailed DesignConsultant6/23/2009Steve Havens
Eliminate the Ri-Ro at sta 108+00 to improve safety and reduce congestion
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
FRA-70-6.09
Interchange Reconstr., Grove City
FRA 71 6.090 to 6.100, SR 665 8.330 to 8.990
$36,448,201.00
n/aDetailed DesignConsultant6/23/2009Steve Havens
Develop a construction phasing plan which completes construction in one year
$930,372 $264,392 $665,980 Partially implement
6
  
FRA-70-6.09
Interchange Reconstr., Grove City
FRA 71 6.090 to 6.100, SR 665 8.330 to 8.990
$36,448,201.00
n/aDetailed DesignConsultant6/23/2009Steve Havens
Reuse the existing center pier and foundation.
$51,482 $0 $51,482 Accept
6
  
FRA-70-6.09
Interchange Reconstr., Grove City
FRA 71 6.090 to 6.100, SR 665 8.330 to 8.990
$36,448,201.00
n/aDetailed DesignConsultant6/23/2009Steve Havens
Use wire faced mechanically stabilized earthwall for part width embankment retention in lieu of full height sheeting
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
FRA-70-6.09
Interchange Reconstr., Grove City
FRA 71 6.090 to 6.100, SR 665 8.330 to 8.990
$36,448,201.00
n/aDetailed DesignConsultant6/23/2009Steve Havens
Reduce the number of towers for high mast lighting by centering several towers in the medians
$690,000 $546,250 $143,750 Accept
6
  
FRA-70-6.09
Interchange Reconstr., Grove City
FRA 71 6.090 to 6.100, SR 665 8.330 to 8.990
$36,448,201.00
n/aDetailed DesignConsultant6/23/2009Steve Havens
Allow closure of individual ramps at various times during construction to reduce cost and schedule
$1,512,383 $498,724 $1,013,659 Accept
Phasing will reflect ramp closures.
6
  
FRA-70-6.09
Interchange Reconstr., Grove City
FRA 71 6.090 to 6.100, SR 665 8.330 to 8.990
$36,448,201.00
n/aDetailed DesignConsultant6/23/2009Steve Havens
Provide stop-gap truck left turning improvements at the I-71 NB and SB off ramps
$17,250 $4,025 $13,225 Accept
6
  
FRA-70-6.09
Interchange Reconstr., Grove City
FRA 71 6.090 to 6.100, SR 665 8.330 to 8.990
$36,448,201.00
n/aDetailed DesignConsultant6/23/2009Steve Havens
Use 24" wide curb and gutter in lieu of 30" wide curb and gutter along 665 to reduce material cost
$148,350 $133,515 $14,835 Reject
Drainage spread calculations require the additional 6" of pavement
6
  
FRA-70-6.09
Interchange Reconstr., Grove City
FRA 71 6.090 to 6.100, SR 665 8.330 to 8.990
$36,448,201.00
n/aDetailed DesignConsultant6/23/2009Steve Havens
Provide protection in front of abutment. Clearance is 13' 8"
DSDSDSAccept
Abutment will be protected
6
  
FRA-70-6.09
Interchange Reconstr., Grove City
FRA 71 6.090 to 6.100, SR 665 8.330 to 8.990
$36,448,201.00
n/aDetailed DesignConsultant6/23/2009Steve Havens
Do not use raised pavement markers on the bridge
DSDSDSReject
Due to safety, RPMs should be used
6
  
FRA-70-6.09
Interchange Reconstr., Grove City
FRA 71 6.090 to 6.100, SR 665 8.330 to 8.990
$36,448,201.00
n/aDetailed DesignConsultant6/23/2009Steve Havens
Provide a black vinyl coated vandal fence on the south end of the SPUI to improve aesthetics
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
FRA-70-6.09
Interchange Reconstr., Grove City
FRA 71 6.090 to 6.100, SR 665 8.330 to 8.990
$36,448,201.00
n/aDetailed DesignConsultant6/23/2009Steve Havens
Eliminate the Vandal Protection Fence from the north side of the SPUI
$44,619.00$22,309.00$22,310.00Accept
Implememted
6
  
FRA-70-6.09
Interchange Reconstr., Grove City
FRA 71 6.090 to 6.100, SR 665 8.330 to 8.990
$36,448,201.00
n/aDetailed DesignConsultant6/23/2009Steve Havens
Provive 17' clearance in lieu of 17.5'. Consider a 30' deep welded steel plate girder in lieu of 36" I-beams
$151,340.00$23,000.00$128,340.00Reject
17.5' is preferable due to safety, and due to tight project delivery schedule, re-design is not feasible.
4
  
ATB-90-7.56
Maj. Rehab, Bridge Repair
ATB 7.560 to 14.250
$59,551,000.00
to be sold with 77256Detailed DesignIn-House1/15/2009G.J. Braxton
Analyze Cost Value of Proposed Undercut and Replacement of Subgrade vs. Global Cement Stabilization
$2,158,880 $2,072,221 $86,659 Accept
4
  
ATB-90-7.56
Maj. Rehab, Bridge Repair
ATB 7.560 to 14.250
$59,551,000.00
to be sold with 77256Detailed DesignIn-House1/15/2009G.J. Braxton
Close Bikeway Temporarily
$10,000 $0 $10,000 Accept
4
  
ATB-90-7.56
Maj. Rehab, Bridge Repair
ATB 7.560 to 14.250
$59,551,000.00
to be sold with 77256Detailed DesignIn-House1/15/2009G.J. Braxton
Reuse Existing Beams
$2,218,000 $1,327,000 $891,000 Accept
4
  
ATB-90-7.56
Maj. Rehab, Bridge Repair
ATB 7.560 to 14.250
$59,551,000.00
to be sold with 77256Detailed DesignIn-House1/15/2009G.J. Braxton
Elimiante MSE Walls & use Concrete Retaining Walls
$404,100 $336,000 $68,100 Accept
4
  
ATB-90-7.56
Maj. Rehab, Bridge Repair
ATB 7.560 to 14.250
$59,551,000.00
to be sold with 77256Detailed DesignIn-House1/15/2009G.J. Braxton
Use Concrete Beams vs. Steel Beams
$3,739,000$4,010,000-$271,000Reject
4
  
ATB-90-7.56
Maj. Rehab, Bridge Repair
ATB 7.560 to 14.250
$59,551,000.00
to be sold with 77256Detailed DesignIn-House1/15/2009G.J. Braxton
Construct Culvert on Temporary Alignment
DSDSDSReject
4
  
ATB-90-7.56
Maj. Rehab, Bridge Repair
ATB 7.560 to 14.250
$59,551,000.00
to be sold with 77256Detailed DesignIn-House1/15/2009G.J. Braxton
Elimiante Bike Path Structure by Relocating Bike Path
$1,999,046 $630,000 $1,369,046 Reject
4
  
ATB-90-7.56
Maj. Rehab, Bridge Repair
ATB 7.560 to 14.250
$59,551,000.00
to be sold with 77256Detailed DesignIn-House1/15/2009G.J. Braxton
Elimiante State Road Work from the Project
DSDSDSAccept
7
  
MOT-35-18.57
Interch. Modification, Widening/Pvmt/Bridge Repl.
MOT 35 18.590 to 21.200, GRE35 0.00 to 0.550
$130,242,120.00
85367, 80277Detailed DesignConsultant12/2/2008Steve Havens
Redesign the Smithville Road typical section to include lane with reductions.*
$606,070$0$606,070Accept
Accepted by City.
7
  
MOT-35-18.57
Interch. Modification, Widening/Pvmt/Bridge Repl.
MOT 35 18.590 to 21.200, GRE35 0.00 to 0.550
$130,242,120.00
85367, 80277Detailed DesignConsultant12/2/2008Steve Havens
Redesign the Woodman Road typical section to include lane width reductions.*
$425,050$0$425,050Reject
This is a SPUI and we are not willing to reduce lane width on this type of interchange.
7
  
MOT-35-18.57
Interch. Modification, Widening/Pvmt/Bridge Repl.
MOT 35 18.590 to 21.200, GRE35 0.00 to 0.550
$130,242,120.00
85367, 80277Detailed DesignConsultant12/2/2008Steve Havens
Lower Spinning Road to reduce the amount that US 35 must be raised.*
$349,796$0$349,796Reject
The impact to adjacent properties was singificant.
7
  
MOT-35-18.57
Interch. Modification, Widening/Pvmt/Bridge Repl.
MOT 35 18.590 to 21.200, GRE35 0.00 to 0.550
$130,242,120.00
85367, 80277Detailed DesignConsultant12/2/2008Steve Havens
Decrease the length of the US 35 structure over Spinning Road by eliminating the turn lane under the bridge.
$1,512,717$1,332,012$180,705Accept
This has been done in the PE plans.
7
  
MOT-35-18.57
Interch. Modification, Widening/Pvmt/Bridge Repl.
MOT 35 18.590 to 21.200, GRE35 0.00 to 0.550
$130,242,120.00
85367, 80277Detailed DesignConsultant12/2/2008Steve Havens
Decrease the length of the US 35 structure over Spinning Road by restriping to eliminate the turn lane under the bridge.
$1,512,717$1,332,012$180,705Accept
This has been done in the PE plans.
7
  
MOT-35-18.57
Interch. Modification, Widening/Pvmt/Bridge Repl.
MOT 35 18.590 to 21.200, GRE35 0.00 to 0.550
$130,242,120.00
85367, 80277Detailed DesignConsultant12/2/2008Steve Havens
Eliminate the Smithville Road Interchange Ramps and upgrade the bridge only.
$9,652,500$0$9,652,500Reject
The Steve Whalen interchange cannot handle the additional traffic this would cause.
7
  
MOT-35-18.57
Interch. Modification, Widening/Pvmt/Bridge Repl.
MOT 35 18.590 to 21.200, GRE35 0.00 to 0.550
$130,242,120.00
85367, 80277Detailed DesignConsultant12/2/2008Steve Havens
Eliminate the second left turn lane from northbound Smithville Road to westbound US 35 by starting the left before the traffic signal.*
$718,673$0$718,673Reject
The idea of a longer left storage lane would lower the level of service beyond an acceptable limit.
7
  
MOT-35-18.57
Interch. Modification, Widening/Pvmt/Bridge Repl.
MOT 35 18.590 to 21.200, GRE35 0.00 to 0.550
$130,242,120.00
85367, 80277Detailed DesignConsultant12/2/2008Steve Havens
Remove the reference to lane continuity from the purpose and need write-up.
DSDSDSAccept
7
  
MOT-35-18.57
Interch. Modification, Widening/Pvmt/Bridge Repl.
MOT 35 18.590 to 21.200, GRE35 0.00 to 0.550
$130,242,120.00
85367, 80277Detailed DesignConsultant12/2/2008Steve Havens
Include provisions for a center pier for Smithville Road & Woodman Drive interchange bridges in the US 35 typical section designs.
DSDSDSAccept
7
  
MOT-35-18.57
Interch. Modification, Widening/Pvmt/Bridge Repl.
MOT 35 18.590 to 21.200, GRE35 0.00 to 0.550
$130,242,120.00
85367, 80277Detailed DesignConsultant12/2/2008Steve Havens
Reduce the length of the US 35 bridge over the CSX Railroad by removing the eastern-most approach span
DSDSDSReject
7
  
MOT-35-18.57
Interch. Modification, Widening/Pvmt/Bridge Repl.
MOT 35 18.590 to 21.200, GRE35 0.00 to 0.550
$130,242,120.00
85367, 80277Detailed DesignConsultant12/2/2008Steve Havens
Replace the existing beams on the CSD Railroad bridge (MOT-35-19.64 L/R) in lieu of retrofitting the existing splices.
DSDSDSReject
7
  
MOT-35-18.57
Interch. Modification, Widening/Pvmt/Bridge Repl.
MOT 35 18.590 to 21.200, GRE35 0.00 to 0.550
$130,242,120.00
85367, 80277Detailed DesignConsultant12/2/2008Steve Havens
Allow for closure of the Smithville Road and Woodman Drive interchanges anytime during the six construction phases.
DSDSDSReject
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MOT-35-18.57
Interch. Modification, Widening/Pvmt/Bridge Repl.
MOT 35 18.590 to 21.200, GRE35 0.00 to 0.550
$130,242,120.00
85367, 80277Detailed DesignConsultant12/2/2008Steve Havens
Develop an alternate crossover option including limited access to Interchanges during construction.
DSDSDSReject
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MOT-35-18.57
Interch. Modification, Widening/Pvmt/Bridge Repl.
MOT 35 18.590 to 21.200, GRE35 0.00 to 0.550
$130,242,120.00
85367, 80277Detailed DesignConsultant12/2/2008Steve Havens
Develop the Maintenance of Traffic scheme giving consideration to drainage design.
DSDSDSAccept
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MOT-35-18.57
Interch. Modification, Widening/Pvmt/Bridge Repl.
MOT 35 18.590 to 21.200, GRE35 0.00 to 0.550
$130,242,120.00
85367, 80277Detailed DesignConsultant12/2/2008Steve Havens
Eliminate sidewalks from the east side of the Smithville Road Interchange
DSDSDSReject
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FRA-270-21.630
Part of I-270/ SR315/US23/I-71 Maj.Reconstr.
FRA 21.630 to 24.470
$282,541,181.00
81738, 81738, 81739, 81746, 81747, 81748, 81749Detailed DesignConsultant8/25/2008Dave Hamilton
Eliminate the proposed SR 315 NB to I-270 WB flyover and reuse the existing cloverleaf
$9,675,000 $0 $9,675,000 Accept
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FRA-270-21.630
Part of I-270/ SR315/US23/I-71 Maj.Reconstr.
FRA 21.630 to 24.470
$282,541,181.00
81738, 81738, 81739, 81746, 81747, 81748, 81749Detailed DesignConsultant8/25/2008Dave Hamilton
Reuse I-270 WB to SR 315 SB ramp structures in lieu of widening
$6,400,000 $2,400,000 $4,000,000 Reject
Additional items were effected that were mot considered by the VE team. There would not be this much cost savings
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FRA-270-21.630
Part of I-270/ SR315/US23/I-71 Maj.Reconstr.
FRA 21.630 to 24.470
$282,541,181.00
81738, 81738, 81739, 81746, 81747, 81748, 81749Detailed DesignConsultant8/25/2008Dave Hamilton
Provide access to elevated roadway sections that are isolated between structures
DSDSDSAccept
6
  
FRA-270-21.630
Part of I-270/ SR315/US23/I-71 Maj.Reconstr.
FRA 21.630 to 24.470
$282,541,181.00
81738, 81738, 81739, 81746, 81747, 81748, 81749Detailed DesignConsultant8/25/2008Dave Hamilton
Reverse signal locations at North Woods Boulevard
DSDSDSAccept
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