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  • Monthly Progress ReportJanuary 2014

    East Side Access

    Capital Construction

    Quarterly Progress ReportJanuary, February, March 2014

  • table of CONTENTS

    Quarterly Progress Report 1st Quarter 2014

    1ST QUARTER HIGHLIGHTS WITH A LOOK AHEAD TO NEXT QUARTER .................................................................................................. 1

    ENTERPRISE LEVEL PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN (ELPEP) ...................................................................................................................... 2

    TOP RISKS AND OPPORTUNITIES ................................................................................................................................................................. 2

    SUMMARY OF SCHEDULE .............................................................................................................................................................................. 3

    SUMMARY OF COST ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 4

    ACTIVE CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS SUMMARY ($ in Millions) ............................................................................................................... 6

    44th St. Demolition and Construct Fan Plant Structure and 245 Park Ave. Entrance (CM004) .................................................................... 9

    Manhattan South Structures (CM005) ........................................................................................................................................................... 12

    50th Street Ventilation Facility (CM013) ........................................................................................................................................................ 15

    55th Street Ventilation Facility (CM013A) ...................................................................................................................................................... 18

    GCT Concourse and Facilities Fit-Out Early Work (CM014A) ....................................................................................................................... 21

    Vertical Circulation - Escalators and Elevators (VM014) ............................................................................................................................... 24

    Manhattan Force Account (FMM19) .............................................................................................................................................................. 26

    Plaza Substation and Queens Structures (CQ032) ....................................................................................................................................... 28

    Harold Structures Part 1 and GO2 Substation (CH053) ................................................................................................................................ 31

    Harold Structures Part 2A (CH054A) ............................................................................................................................................................. 34

    Harold Stage 1 - Amtrak Force Account (FHA01) .......................................................................................................................................... 37

    Harold Stage 2 - Amtrak Force Account (FHA02) ......................................................................................................................................... 39

    Harold Stage 1 - LIRR Force Account (FHL01) ............................................................................................................................................ 41

    Harold Stage 2 - LIRR Force Account (FHL02) ............................................................................................................................................ 43

    Procure Harold Material Stage 2 (VHA/L02) ................................................................................................................................................. 46

    Harold and Point CILs (VH051 Part 1) ......................................................................................................................................................... 48

    Harold Tower Supervisory Control System (VH051 Part 2) ........................................................................................................................... 50

    SUMMARY OF COMPLETED CONTRACTS .................................................................................................................................................... 52

    PROJECT SCHEDULE ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 56

    CONTRACT PACKAGING PLAN Rev.10.0 .................................................................................................................................................... 58

    MARCH BUDGET STATUS ............................................................................................................................................................................... 59

    PROJECT FUNDING STATUS (AS OF March 31, 2014) ($ in millions) ........................................................................................................... 60

    STATUS OF PROJECT CONTINGENCY .......................................................................................................................................................... 61

    CONSTRUCTION SAFETY ............................................................................................................................................................................... 62

    SYSTEM SAFETY AND SECURITY ................................................................................................................................................................. 62

    QUALITY ASSURANCE .................................................................................................................................................................................... 62

    12 MONTH CUMULATIVE RUNNING TOTAL OF LTA AND BLS RATES ......................................................................................................... 63

    GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL ......................................................................................................................................................................... 63

    RAILROAD SYSTEMS ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 63

    OPERATIONAL READINESS/LIRR START UP ................................................................................................................................................ 64

    ENVIRONMENTAL MITIGATION ...................................................................................................................................................................... 65

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    Quarterly Progress Report 1st Quarter 2014

    PUBLIC OUTREACH ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 65

    REAL ESTATE ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 65

    HISTORIC AND PRESERVATION ISSUES ...................................................................................................................................................... 66

    FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION HIGH SPEED INTERCITY PASSENGER RAIL GRANT ............................................................... 67

    1ST QUARTER HIGHLIGHTS WITH A LOOK AHEAD TO NEXT QUARTER .............................................................................................. 68

    DESIGN MILESTONES ................................................................................................................................................................................. 69

    SUMMARY OF BUDGET AND FUNDING ..................................................................................................................................................... 70

    STATUS OF SUBMISSIONS AND APPROVALS .......................................................................................................................................... 70

    PROPOSED BUDGET .................................................................................................................................................................................. 72

    PROCUREMENT MILESTONES .................................................................................................................................................................. 74

    ACTIVE CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS SUMMARY ($ in Millions) ........................................................................................................... 75

    Harold Stage 3 - Amtrak Force Account (FHA03) .......................................................................................................................................... 76

    Harold Stage 3 - LIRR Force Account (FHL03) ............................................................................................................................................. 78

    Loop Interlocking CIL - Amtrak (FQA65) ........................................................................................................................................................ 80

    Harold Structures - Part 3 Westbound Bypass (CH057A) ............................................................................................................................ 82

  • 1(PM 3.5.108757)MTA/LIRR East Side Access

    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14

    1ST QUARTER HIGHLIGHTS WITH A LOOK AHEAD TO NEXT QUARTER

    ORGANIZATION In March, MTACC announced a reorganization of the senior

    management structure including the appointment of William Goodrich as the new MTACC Executive Vice President, ESA Senior Program Executive. The reorganization also included the creation of three new Program Executives for Project Controls, Heavy Construction and Harold/Systems.

    In addition, a new Executive Change Review Committee has been established for consultation and direction on major pro-posed construction contract modifications and major changes to future construction contract packaging decisions

    CONSTRUCTION SAFETY The overall project safety rate improved slightly from 2.23 in

    January and February to 2.22 incidents per 200,000 work-hours in March. In comparison, the revised national industry rate is now 1.70.

    CONSTRUCTION MILESTONES The following key milestones were reached in the 1st quarter:

    The 50th Street Vent Plant Facility (CM013) contract reached its Substantial Completion milestone in March

    All major blasting and excavation was completed under the site of the new 55th Street Vent Plant Facility (CM013A). Construction has shifted to waterproofing installations and concrete work in the plenum and cavern areas of the facility.

    MANHATTAN CONSTRUCTION The Manhattan South Structures (CM005) contractor contin-

    ues waterproofing, rebar and drainage installations and con-crete work in areas of the GCT Caverns, Wyes and Tunnels

    Completion of the GCT Concourse and Facilities Fit-Out Early Work (CM014A) contract has been shifted to the 4th quarter of 2014 due to a substantial redesign of the SCADA equip-ment. The equipment is now being fabricated and it will be delivered on-site in the 2nd quarter. A contract modification for the additional work and time is expected to be approved by the MTA Board in the 2nd quarter, as well.

    QUEENS CONSTRUCTION The Plaza Substation and Queens Structures (CQ032) con-

    tractor continues the waterproofing, concrete work and rebar installations at the yard lead trench, revenue track, and sump pit. Concrete repairs and conduit installations also continue in the existing 63rd Street tunnel.

    The B10 Substation and facilities at Roosevelt Island, Vernon Boulevard and 12th and 29th Streets were completed in March. The facilities will be ready to be turned over to the follow-on Systems Package 1 Facilities Systems (CS179) contractor in May.

    HAROLD CONSTRUCTION AND AMTRAK/LIRR COORDINATION

    Construction of Microtunnel Runs 1-4 started on the Harold Structure Part 1 and GO2 Substation (CH053) contract. The construction of the new 12KV ductbank and storm sewer con-tinued on the Harold Structures Part 2A (CH054A) contract.

    The 12KV Commissioning Plan was finalized with Amtrak in February. Testing of the cable feeders prior to cutover com-menced in March. Cutover of the C3 feeder is expected to begin in April. Cutover of the remaining C1and C2 feeders will follow in May. This is critical as it enables the Project to de-energize and remove the existing 12KV ductbank.

    The Harold Structures Part 3 Westbound Bypass (CH057A) contractor started site mobilization and initiated surveys for future demolition work in the next quarter

    PROCUREMENT The Manhattan North Structures (CM006) contract was

    awarded to Frontier Kemper Constructors Inc. on March 28, 2014. The total amount of the contract is $294,201,750. Kick-off meetings will commence in April.

    System Package 1 Facilities Systems (CS179) contract was awarded to Tutor Perini Corporation on March 31, 2014. The total amount of the contract is $550,388,000 comprised of a base amount of $333,588,000; plus 7 options totaling $216,800,000. Kickoff meetings will commence in April.

    The Harold Structures Relocated Mainline 2/4 Tracks at 48th Street (CH057B) and System Package 3 Signal Equip-ment Procurement (VS086) contracts are expected to be awarded in the next quarter

    The GCT Concourse and Facilities Fit-Out (CM014B), Harold Track Work, On-Call (CH057C) and System Package 4 Traction Power Systems (CS084) contracts are expected to be advertised in the next quarter

    An Industry Outreach was conducted for the Manhattan Cav-ern Structure and Facilities Fit-Out (CM007) contract in Febru-

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    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14

    MTA/LIRR East Side Access

    ENTERPRISE LEVEL PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN (ELPEP)

    The PMOC provided comments to Project Management Plan Revision 9.0. ESA is reviewing the comments and making revisions where necessary.

    An overall update to the Cost Management Plan and Sched-ule Management Plan is in progress

    1ST QUARTER HIGHLIGHTS WITH A LOOK AHEAD TO NEXT QUARTER (CONT)

    TOP RISKS AND OPPORTUNITIES

    MANHATTAN (Manhattan/Systems/IST Program Risk Assessment Stage

    1) The project team and stakeholders concluded the Manhat-tan/Systems/IST program risk assessment in January 2014. The workshop took into account all Systems and Manhattan re-packaging since the 2012 program-wide risk assessment, inter-contract interfaces, procurement actions and construc-tion progress to date. Preliminary results were shared with all stakeholders. The top cost and schedule risks identified from the risk analysis were access delays affecting productivity of civil packages, delays to IST and pre-revenue testing, agency extended overheads due to schedule delay, and general construction risks (design issues, owner directed changes, labor/material shortages, general production and contractor performance). This workshop was the first stage of a total program review.

    (Opportunity Study - Trackwork Transfer to Manhattan Civil Contract(s)) The PMT is doing a study to ascertain the ad-vantages of transferring trackwork from the Systems Package 2 - Tunnel Systems (CS284) contract package to Manhattan civil packages. The objective is to determine if there are cost effective transfers of scope that reduce risks to interfaces be-tween contracts and schedule delay risks. The study is looking at all track installation from the Queens tunnels down to the tail tracks south of GCT. The study will include the means by which transfers will be made, whether it is by a modification to an existing civil contract or inclusion in the future Manhattan Cavern Structure and Facilities Fit-Out (CM007) bid package. Initial briefs have been made to the Executive Change Review

    Committee. (Opportunity Study - Cavern North Back of House (BOH)

    Transfer to an Existing Manhattan Civil Contract) The PMT is doing a study to ascertain the advantages of transferring the future GCT Cavern North (BOH) scope to an existing Manhat-tan contract. As identified in presentations provided by the PMT, the north BOH is a critical early component of cavern construction that has early turnover milestones to the Systems Package 1 - Facilities Systems (CS179) contract. The CM007 RFEI sessions with potential contractors also indicated this to be an early critical build initiative. The objective is to determine if there is a schedule and cost benefit advancing the scope to an existing contract that reduces risk and provides earlier turnover access to the CS179 start of BOH communications work. Initial briefs have been made to the Executive Change Review Committee.

    (CM007 RFEI) The ESA RFEI team met individually with 10 potential bidders to discuss the design and build out ideas for the future CM007 Cavern package. General themes dis-cussed included hybrid designs for the structure, track, access points, architectural finishes, schedule and the BOH ends of the cavern. The project team will now consider the ideas offered and will provide a recommendation for final design direction. This package will follow an RFP procurement model for a design/bid/build approach. Ideas collected from the contracting community will be strongly considered to provide the best risk reduction and cost effective solutions. Design direction will incorporate ideas with merit into the final design and bid package.

    ary. The results from this outreach are being evaluated and incorporated into the bid package. This contract is expected to be advertised in the 4th quarter.

    COST 3rd Party contract modifications totaling $6,056,656 and

    Consultant contract modifications totaling $119,374,949 were executed in the 1st quarter

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    TOP RISKS AND OPPORTUNITIES (CONT)

    SUMMARY OF SCHEDULE

    (Risk Workshop and Assessment - CM014B) The PMT is preparing materials to perform a risk workshop for the GCT Concourse and Facilities Fit-Out (CM014B) package. This pre-award workshop will be independently facilitated and will discuss the cost, schedule and risk complexion of the contract. The workshop will be a joint collaboration with project stake-holders, the project management team and oversight part-ners. This contract package is responsible for the future GCT Concourse construction and architectural fit out and will be working in conjunction with the Vertical Circulation - Escalators and Elevators (VM014) contract.

    HAROLD (Harold Risk Assessment Stage 2) A Harold risk assessment

    was held in March as part of a two-stage program-wide risk review. The four-day Harold workshop took into account all of the re-packaging since the 2012 program-wide risk assess-ment, procurement actions, awards and active construction progress to date. The revised Harold program Integrated Project Schedule (IPS), cost estimates and risk register were the starting basis to all discussions. Similar to the Manhattan/

    Systems workshop in January, the project team developed a summarized schedule model and shared it with all participants prior to the workshop. The collaborative workshop has been completed and the independent Harold preliminary results have been shared with participants. Now, the collected data from both the Manhattan/Systems risk analysis and Harold will be combined to complete a total program-wide risk review. The schedule models will be merged, and a Monte Carlo analysis will be performed on the integrated model and the top program risks identified.

    The IPS continues to be a dynamic tool that is updated and modified to account for changing conditions and additional information as it becomes available. The current working IPS reflects a plan with a target Revenue Service Date (RSD) of September 10, 2021. This RSD is inclusive of one-year of program-level contingency.

    The following contracts are on the East Side Access Program Criti-cal Path: Manhattan South Structures (CM005), Manhattan Cavern Structure and Facilities Fit-Out (CM007), and Systems Package 1 - Facilities Systems (CS179). In addition to the Program Critical Path, the following contracts are near critical: Systems Package 2 - Tunnel Systems (CS284) and System Package 4 Traction Power Systems (CS084).

    The completion of Harold contracts has approximately one year of programmatic float in addition to the year of program level schedule contingency; however, work within and around the Harold Interlock-ing is subject to influences outside of the control of ESA such as Force Account and Railroad support. Therefore, significant atten-tion is paid to the work in Harold to ensure the dynamic nature of the availability of resources does not have a negative impact on the overall program. Active Harold contracts Harold Structures Part 1 and GO2 Substation (CH053) and Harold Structures Part 2A

    (CH054A) are both forecasting Substantial Completion by the end of 2014, and Harold Structures - Part 3 Westbound Bypass (CH057A) is forecasting Substantial Completion by the end of February 2016.

    GCT Concourse and Facilities Fit-Out (CM014B) has over one year of programmatic float on the completion of construction work in the concourse, but certain key interfaces with CS179 must be monitored closely to ensure interim milestones are met, and that critical Systems work can proceed without overwhelming available Systems resources. The CM014B schedule has been revised to include additional detail and provide better defined interfaces with follow on contractors, as well as MNR outages required where work penetrates the Revenue Service level of GCT.

    The negotiated Manhattan North Structures (CM006) contract was awarded March 28, 2014. The CM006 Access Restraints and Milestones shown in the IPS represent the dates from the awarded contract and have been validated against predecessor contracts in the IPS.

    The negotiated CS179 contract was awarded March 31, 2014. The CS179 Access Restraints and Milestones shown in the IPS repre-sent the dates in the awarded contract and have been validated against predecessor contracts in the IPS.

  • 4(PM 3.5.108757)MTA/LIRR East Side Access

    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14

    Month Sept 2009 (ELPEP Baseline)

    January 2014 February 2014 March 2014

    Contingency 131 Cal Days TBD 365 Cal Days 365 Cal Days

    SUMMARY OF COST

    In January, MTACC presented to the MTA Capital Program Over-sight Committee of the Board the preliminary results of the cost and schedule review jointly undertaken by MTACC, MTAOCO, Independent Engineer, a Supplemental Independent Engineer, and the Federal Transit Administration. The presentation included a cost range of $9.693B to $10.309B and a Revenue Service Date range of September 2021 to September 2023. Since January, the MTACC has been refining estimates. All budgets in this report reflect the February 2014 Preliminary Project Estimates. MTACC will continue

    to refine estimates, meet with MTAOCO and the Independent Engineer to evaluate cost and schedule. Until this effort is complete (targeted for 2nd quarter 2014), the project will monitor and report progress against the low end of the cost and schedule ranges.

    The budgets for Manhattan North Structures (CM006) and Systems Package 1 - Facilities Systems (CS179) both received favorable bids this quarter.

    Revised target RSD of September 10, 2021

    The East Side Access IPS contains programmatic float. The Critical Path of an individual contract or the float for an individual contract can be obtained by isolating (filtering) it from the IPS.

    The IPS will constantly evolve to incorporate opportunities, mitigate risk, and document progress. After it was decided not to

    award CM012R due to undesirable bid results, the IPS has been re-planned and risk informed. The IPS is being utilized as a tool to track, monitor, and forecast progress as the program moves forward.

    SUMMARY OF SCHEDULE (CONT)

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    ACTIVE CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS SUMMARY ($ IN MILLIONS)

    Current Value Cost Expenditure % Complete****

    Substantial Completion****

    Project Description/ Contractor

    Status Budget at Award

    Original Contract

    Award****

    Current Approved Contract

    ****

    Remaining Budget

    Total Budget

    Estimate at Completion*

    Plan Actual Invoiced NTP Plan Forecast

    Orig. Revised

    Manhattan/BronxCM004 44th St. De-molition & Construct Fan Plan Structure & 245 Park Ave. EntranceYonkers Contracting Company, Inc. (YCC)

    NO 42.8 40.8 55.3 0.2 55.5 55.2 100.0% 96.8% 53.5 09/16/09 09/11 12/13 05/14

    CM005 - Manhattan South StructuresMichels Corporation

    NO 220.7 200.6 200.8 18.5 219.3 222.6 15.1% 20.2% 40.5 09/09/13 02/16 02/16 02/16

    CM013 50th St. Vent Facility CCA Civil-Halmar International (CCA)

    NO 99.1 94.4 97.4 0.2 97.6 96.4 100.0% 97.4% 95.1 01/04/10 06/12 03/14 03/14

    CM013A 55th Street Vent Facility SCC-JPP, JV (Schiavone and Picone, JV)

    NO 58.8 56.0 56.4 3.7 60.1 57.1 30.6% 34.3% 19.3 09/04/12 04/15 04/15 04/15

    CM014A - GCT Con-course & Facilities Fit-Out Early Work Yonkers Contracting Company, Inc.

    NO 46.5 44.7 51.9 6.0 57.9 55.9 91.8% 57.4% 29.8 11/07/11 04/13 02/14 12/14

    VM014 - Vertical Cir-culation (Escalators & Elevators)** Schindler Elevator Corp.

    NO 51.4 24.4 24.6 29.7 54.3 46.0 2.0% 2.0% 4.0 09/27/10 09/18 09/18 07/19

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    ACTIVE CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS SUMMARY ($ IN MILLIONS)

    Current Value Cost Expenditure % Complete****

    Substantial Completion****

    Project Description/ Contractor

    Status Budget at Award

    Original Contract

    Award****

    Current Approved Contract

    ****

    Remaining Budget

    Total Budget

    Estimate at Completion*

    Plan Actual Invoiced NTP Plan Forecast

    Orig. Revised

    FMM19 - Manhattan Force Account Sup-port MNR***

    NO 33.1 31.1 31.1 35.2 66.3 63.1 N/A 55.0% 28.3 04/01/08 03/12 07/13 01/21

    QueensCQ032 - Plaza Sub-station and Queens Structures Tutor Perini

    NO 162.1 147.4 207.7 26.5 234.2 227.8 82.5% 53.0% 109.7 08/10/11 08/14 08/14 12/15

    Harold InterlockingCH053 - Harold Structures Part 1 and GO2 Substation Perini Corp.

    CP 144.4 139.3 236.9 99.2 336.1 303.5 100.0% 87.6% 207.6 01/01/08 05/10 01/12 12/14

    CH054A - Harold Structures Part 2A Perini Corp.

    NO 27.1 21.8 44.8 25.2 70.0 64.3 100.0% 76.1% 33.9 08/24/08 12/10 12/10 11/14

    FHA01 - Harold Stage 1 Amtrak Amtrak Force Account***, ****

    CP 9.5 18.8 18.8 0.0 18.8 18.8 95.5% 95.5% 18.2 06/30/07 09/10 02/16 02/16

    FHA02 - Harold Early Stage 2 Amtrak Amtrak Force Account***, ****

    CP 27.3 38.6 38.6 3.1 41.7 41.7 79.4% 78.3% 36.9 12/15/08 09/13 08/17 09/17

    FHL01 - Harold Stage 1 LIRR LIRR Force Account***, ****

    NO 28.8 20.8 20.8 0.0 20.8 20.8 77.4% 77.4% 18.1 06/29/07 09/10 04/15 01/15

    FHL02 - Harold Early Stage 2 LIRR LIRR Force Account***, ****

    NO 54.1 48.2 48.2 23.0 71.2 71.2 37.6% 33.4% 30.7 08/17/09 11/15 11/16 11/16

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    ACTIVE CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS SUMMARY ($ IN MILLIONS)

    Current Value Cost Expenditure % Complete****

    Substantial Completion****

    Project Description/ Contractor

    Status Budget at Award

    Original Contract

    Award ****

    Current Approved Contract

    ****

    Remaining Budget

    Total Budget

    Estimate at Completion*

    Plan Actual Invoiced NTP Plan Forecast

    Orig. Revised

    VHA02 - Procure Harold Material Stage 2 Amtrak Amtrak Force Ac-count

    NO 12.7 11.2 11.2 0.1 11.3 11.3 N/A 80.1% 6.6 01/09 01/12 05/12 08/14

    VHL02 - Procure Harold Material Stage 2 LIRR LIRR Procurement

    NO 25.0 23.2 23.2 0.8 24.0 24.0 N/A 89.3% 22.4 01/09 08/13 08/13 11/15

    VH051 (Part 1) - Harold and Point CILs Ansaldo STS USA, Inc. (ASTS)

    NO 30.9 25.5 26.8 7.0 33.8 29.0 82.0% 78.0% 19.4 05/11/09 06/12 07/15 07/15

    VH051 (Part 2) - Harold Tower Su-pervisory Control System ARINC, Inc.

    NO 7.1 7.2 7.2 1.4 8.6 7.6 93.0% 88.0% 7.0 02/03/09 08/10 08/10 07/15

    Total Award Value $1,201.7

    *EACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims. **Current approved contract does not include full scope. ***Actual Cumulative % Complete is based on Current Contract Value. ****Contract Awards for Force Account work (FHA01, FHA02, FHL01, FHL02) are made on an annual basis.

    For more information, please refer to the individual contract summaries.

    Status Critical Path (CP) Near Critical (NC) Not Critical (NO)

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    44th St. Demolition & Construct Fan Plant Structure & 245 Park Ave. Entrance (CM004) 47 E. 44th Street: Demolish existing building, perform soil and rock excavation. Construct shell of new building. 245 Park Avenue Entrance: Conduct environmental abatement and demolition; construct new foundations, walls and supports, furnish and install escalator. Install architectural finishes, plumbing, fire protection, HVAC, lighting, power, fire alarm, and com-munication systems.

    Manhattan South Structures (CM005) The Manhattan South Structures work provides the fabrication and construction of permanent structural concrete lining, interior structures, and fit-out for caverns and tunnels previously excavated by others beneath Grand Central Terminal located in Manhattan.

    Manhattan North Structures (CM006) Work on the Manhattan North Structures consists of the installation of the permanent lining, duct bench and embedded MEP in all running tunnels and structures north of the GCT station caverns, construction of the 50th Street air plenum cavern and the underground 55th Street ventilation facility as well as rehabilitation to the existing 63rd Street tunnel.

    50th St. Ventilation Facility (CM013) Construction of new ventila-tion building structure and vertical utility shaft form building foundation at 50th St.

    55th St. Ventilation Facility (CM013A) Work includes excavation from the street level to an existing cavern below. Upon completion of excavation, a subsurface concrete vent building is erected from the cavern invert to the sidewalk elevation.

    GCT Concourse & Facilities Fit-Out Early Work (CM014A) Fit-out of lower portion of new LIRR concourse located in the lower level of GCT, Construction of south sub-station facility, fit-out of shaft 2, procurement of electrical equipment for north substation & unit substations, Construction & fit-out of terminal management system & Construction of certain rooms adjacent to south substation & TMC.

    Vertical Circulation - Escalators & Elevators (VM014) The base scope includes the fabrication and installation of 17 elevators and 45 escalators for the Concourse, Caverns, 44th and 50th St. Ventilation Facilities, and MNR facili-ties. Options exist for an additional five elevators and two escalators.

    Manhattan Structures Part 1 MNR (FMM19) MNR Railroad re-sources in support of the contracts CM019, CM004, CM013, CM014A and General Conditions contracts in the vicinity of GCT. These resources include both direct and indirect labor, worktrain support, and track outages.

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    SAFETY Continued emphasizing importance of safety with

    the contractor to minimize safety issues and cor-rect any issues immediately

    Management walkthroughs conducted on a weekly basis, to assure that CMs office and con-tractors management get together and address

    any and all concerns with the project The FDNY conducts bi-weekly tours 1st quarter safety assessment performed Safety StatisticsLTIR 2.61, B.L.S. (Bureau of

    Labor Standards) 1.70

    MITIGATION The south side street utility work and sewer connection is being removed from the contract and transferred to CM014B.

    LTIR repre-sents inci-dents that occurred for every 200,000 manhours worked.

    44th Street Vent Plant: Complete all work in the building by mid-April. Complete utility work in the street by May 15.

    245 Park Avenue Entrance: Complete punch list items by August 15

    CRITICAL ISSUES The critical path goes through the utility work on the north

    side of the street which is forecast to complete in May on schedule. DEP approval of water service is required.

    Terrazzo rework is required at 245 Park Avenue; it will be

    handled as a punch list item 44th Street Sewer connection is being removed from the

    contract. Sewer connection will be redesigned into Madi-son Yard under CM014A and reflected in revised schedule.

    44th Street Vent Plant The forecast Substantial Completion is May 15; six

    week delay due to lack of Contractor coordination. YCC is waiting on resolution of underground interferences impacting the utility work

    Above ground intumescent painting completion has been delayed to early April due to lack of Contractor coordina-tion and weather issues

    Completed staircases, handrails, insulation and sheet-rock as planned

    Completed CMU and concrete encasement as planned Continued utility work at 44th Street; expected comple-

    tion May 15, a two month delay due to slow progress to obtain DEP approvals

    Completed Shaft 1 and AT-1 punch-list

    245 Park Avenue Entrance Punch list is ongoing and is expected to be complete Au-

    gust 15; three months later than forecasted last quarter due to Contractor delays

    Description: 47 E. 44th Street: Remove hazardous material, demolish existing building, perform soil and rock excavation. Construct shell of new building. Frame and partially fit-out new building. 245 Park Avenue Entrance: Conduct environmental abatement and demolition; construct new foundations, walls and supports, furnish and install escalator. Install architectural finishes, plumbing, fire protec-tion, HVAC, lighting, power, fire alarm, and communication systems.

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    44th St. Demolition and Construct Fan Plant Structure and 245 Park Ave. Entrance(CM004)

    Contractor: Yonkers Contracting Company, Inc.

    (YCC)

    Construction Manager: Bill Madden

    FTA Grant: NY-03-0344, ARRA Stimulus Funds

    NY-36-0002

    SCHEDULE PROGRESS

    LOOK AHEAD

    COST 79 modifications have been executed, which is the same as

    last month. 96.8% of the total CM004 current contract value was invoiced as of March 2014, up from 95.2% last month. 95.0% of the current contract value has been paid, up from

    93.2% last month. The EAC has decreased slightly from $55,281,648 reported last month. The EAC includes two pending contract credits totaling $92,000.

    Manhattan Construction

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    MILESTONES

    FINANCIAL SUMMARY

    EACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims.

    Current Period Plan: 0.2% Actual: 0.6%

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    Actuals/Forecast

    1st Quarter Plan: 1.0%

    Actual: 3.7%

    Cumulative Plan: 100.0%

    Actual: 96.8%

    Current Actual/Baseline Forecast Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

    Notice to Proceed 9/16/09 9/16/09 (0 days)Complete South End of Platform E 5/28/10 10/05/11 (+495 days) Complete Rock Excavation & Shaft Construction, 44th

    1/28/13 6/28/13 (+151 days)

    Beneficial Use of 245 Park 10/4/12 10/21/13 (+382 days) Substantial Completion of 44th St. Vent Plant

    12/31/13 5/15/14 (+135 days)

    Final Completion - 44th St. 3/30/14 8/1/14 (+124 days)

    Current Baseline Actual/Forecast

    2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

    $55,541,413

    $40,765,000

    $53,503,137

    $52,507,921

    $55,189,648

    $14,516,647

    Budget$55,541,413

    Contract(Award/Mods)$55,281,647

    Invoiced$53,503,137

    Paid to Date$52,507,921

    EAC$55,189,648

    ESA Regional Investment Modifications

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    SITE MAP

    245 Park Avenue Entrance

    Park Avenue

    44th Street Vent Plant Facility

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    SCHEDULE PROGRESS

    SAFETY The CM conducts weekly safety walks

    which Michels will attend to address all on-site safety related issues

    The FDNY conducts bi-weekly tours

    Safety audits will be conducted on a quarterly basis

    1st quarter safety assessment performed Safety StatisticsLTIR 3.05, B.L.S. (Bu-

    reau of Labor Standards) 1.70

    MITIGATION As part of the mitigation of MS #2 and 3, the contractor started

    invert rebar installation on April 2 in the EB Cavern, which is earlier than the planned start of May 13 to recover the schedule. Contractor informed the CM team that the EB Cavern pit rebar

    crew will move from EB pit to WB pit. Currently the schedule reflects one rebar crew moving from EB cavern pits to EB cavern invert to westbound cavern pits.

    East Cavern: Completed rebar installation in pits #1, 2, 4 & 6 and continued installation in pits #3, 5, 7, 8 & 9. Completed invert pours in pits #1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6. The rebar & concrete installation progress in the pits is 40% complete vs. 31% planned. Michels started rebar installation for the EB Cavern structural slab and is 5.6% complete. The rebar installation is expected to be complete by July 30.

    West Cavern: Completed smoothing shotcrete operation on the wall of west bound cavern. Continued waterproofing installation on the West & East wall and waterproofing installation in the pits. The waterproofing is ahead as compared to the approved plan and is 73.7% complete.

    GCT 1 & 2 EB: Continued waterproofing in GCT 1 & 2 walls ahead of baseline schedule. Waterproofing installation is 74%

    complete vs. 50% planned. (Michels changed the plan in the last update to install WP from the upper slab to the invert which was different from the original plan in which installation was only from the Mezzanine level to the Invert). Michels started installation of invert rebar.

    Tail Tunnel L402: Completed concrete pours for invert ahead of the planned baseline date. The L402 concrete invert installation work is 100% complete vs. 0% planned. The waterproofing instal-lation for the arch also started ahead of the baseline plan and is currently 49% complete vs. 0% planned. The waterproofing instal-lation is expected to be complete by April 11.

    Tail Tunnel L403: Started rebar & concrete installation of struc-tural slab ahead of the planned start date and is currently 97% complete vs. 0% planned.

    CRITICAL ISSUES Milestone #2 - Complete North Half of EB Cavern Slab - MS 2

    July 6. This milestone is independent of the SC in the schedule therefore, no impact to the SC.

    Milestone #3 - Complete South Half of EB Cavern and Entire

    WB Cavern - MS 3 - January 12 is trending behind original plan. Michels and CM team are working to mitigate the delay caused by slow progress and design issues. This MS is independent of SC work and shows no impact to the SC.

    LTIR represents incidents that oc-curred for every 200,000 manhours worked.

    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14Manhattan ConstructionManhattan South Structures (CM005)

    Contractor: Michels Corporation

    Construction Manager: Vincent MonacoFTA Grant: NY-03-0344

    Description: The Manhattan South Structures work provides the fabrication and construction of permanent structural concrete lining, interior structures, and fit-out for caverns and tunnels previously excavated by others beneath the existing Grand Central Terminal located in Manhattan.

    Continue rebar installation in EB Cavern structural slab Complete waterproofing in the WB Cavern walls and pits Continue arch waterproofing in L402 Tunnel

    Complete invert concrete pouring in L403 Tunnel Continue Rebar installation in GCT 1&2 EB Invert

    LOOK AHEAD

    COST Two contract modifications have been executed, up one from last

    month. 20.2% of the CM005 current contract value has been in-voiced as of March 2014, up from 14.2% last month. 10.5% of the current contract value has been paid up from 8.0% last month.

    The EAC increased from the $200,092,743 reported last month. The EAC includes eight pending and potential modifications total-ing $21,800,000, which includes a new potential modification of approximately $12M.

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    CM005 PROGRESS CURVE

    FINANCIAL SUMMARY

    MILESTONES

    EACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims.

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    1st Quarter Plan: 9.6%

    Actual: 11.8%

    Cumulative Plan: 15.1%

    Actual: 20.2%

    Current Actual/ Baseline Forecast Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

    Notice to Proceed 9/9/13 9/9/13 (0 days) Escalator/Cavern Connections 9/9/14 7/9/14 (-62 days) North End of East Cavern 7/6/14 8/6/14 (+31 days) North End of West Cavern 1/12/15 2/11/15 (+30 days) Substantial Completion 2/6/16 2/6/16 (0 days) Final Completion 5/6/16 5/6/16 (0 days)

    Current Baseline Actual/Forecast

    20172015 20162012 2013 2014

    $219,311,991

    $200,602,743

    $40,547,882

    $21,100,816

    $222,566,277

    $163,534

    Budget$219,311,991

    Contract(Award/Mods)$200,766,277

    Invoiced$40,547,882

    Paid to Date$21,100,816

    EAC$222,566,277

    ESA Regional Investment Modifications

    Mods

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    SAFETY Continued to maintain emphasis on safety with

    contractor and their trades through daily walk-throughs and developing daily hazard logs

    Continue with CM Management/OCIP walks on a weekly basis

    Performing monthly Safe Work Plan audits The FDNY conducts bi-weekly tours 1st quarter safety assessment performed Safety StatisticsLTIR 2.14, B.L.S. (Bureau of

    Labor Standards) 1.70

    LTIR represents incidents that occurred for every 200,000 manhours worked.

    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14Manhattan Construction50th Street Ventilation Facility (CM013)

    Contractor: CCA Civil-Halmar International

    Construction Manager: Vincent Monaco

    FTA Grant: NY-03-0344

    Description: Construct 50th St. Ventilation Facility. Work includes: building demolition including environmen-tal abatement, termination of utility connections; founda-tion excavation and lining; shaft and tunnel excavation and lining; and construction of new ventilation building structure and vertical utility shaft.

    MITIGATION

    SCHEDULE PROGRESS Vent Building: Completed roof railing installation at the vent-

    building. Flood tested mid-roof gravel placement. Public Open Space: Wiring to permanent power panel

    pending Con-Edison account application. Stone paver in-

    stallation is ongoing (only pavers at fountain basin remain). Green screen installation is in progress. Plantings and irrigation to be done in Spring.

    Vent Shaft: Punch list work is in progress

    CRITICAL ISSUES Based on Time Impact Analysis (TIA) for the renegotiation

    of mod 32, Milestone 3 Substantial Completion was moved from December 31, 2013 to March 3, 2014, with the condi-tions that the mod will be executed by January 22. Howev-er, the mod was not finalized and delivered until February 6. NOC 23 is requesting 17 days delay. Letter ESA-CH-403 Response to Letter CH-MTA-263 Time Impact Adjustment

    to Mod 32 was sent to the Contractor on February 26 with the response that the NOC should have merit with 17 excusable non-compensable days.

    Milestone 3 to be moved from March 3 to March 20. CPR 43 sent to the CM on March 10. MTA approved TIA-0050 and Project Estimate-0063 on March 28. These are re-quired for Mod 37.

    Punch list and demobilizationLOOK AHEAD

    COST 26 modifications have been executed, which is the same

    as last month. 97.6% of the CM013 current contract value has been invoiced as of March 2014, which is the same as last month. 91.3% of the current contract value has been

    paid, up from 90.1% last month. The EAC decreased from the $97,660,279 reported last month. The EAC includes two pending and potential modifications totaling a credit of $992,776.

    MTA is monitoring the completion of remaining contract work and punch list completion. Substantial Completion will be retro-actively issued, effective March 20.

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    CM013 PROGRESS CURVE

    MILESTONES

    FINANCIAL SUMMARY

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    Actual

    1st Quarter Plan: 3.1%

    Actual: 2.6%

    Cumulative Plan: 100.0%

    Actual: 97.4%

    Current Baseline

    Actual/ Forecast Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

    Notice to Proceed 1/4/10 1/4/10 (0 days) Installation of Street Decking 11/19/10 11/6/10 (-13 days) 300 Park Wall & Site Access 2/6/11 4/29/11 (+82 days) New Milestone for Shaft Access 8/27/12 8/1/13 (+339 days) Complete 280 Park Ave. - 11/30/13 Substantial Completion 3/3/14 3/20/14 (+17 days) Final Completion - 44th St. 4/1/14 4/18/14 (+17 days)

    Current Baseline Actual/Forecast

    20142012 20132009 2010 2011

    $96,740,304

    $94,355,000

    $94,284,661

    $88,145,970

    $95,596,847

    $841,083

    $841,083

    $841,083

    $841,083

    $841,083

    $2,220,955

    Budget$97,581,387

    Contract(Award/Mods)$97,417,038

    Invoiced$95,125,744

    Paid to Date$88,987,053

    EAC$96,437,930

    ESA Regional Investment Other Modifications

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    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14Manhattan Construction55th Street Ventilation Facility (CM013A)

    Contractor: SCC-JPP, JV (Schiavone and Picone, JV)Construction Manager: Caroline Purcell FTA Grant: NY-03-0344

    Description: Work includes excavation from the street level to an existing cavern below. Upon completion of excavation, a subsurface concrete vent building is erected from the cavern invert to the sidewalk elevation.

    SAFETY

    Continued to maintain emphasis on safety and public protection around the site with contractor and their workers

    Conducted daily safety walks and documented them in the daily hazard logs

    Performing monthly Safe Work Plan audits

    The FDNY conducts bi-weekly tours 1st quarter safety assessment performed Safety StatisticsLTIR 1.68, B.L.S. (Bureau of

    Labor Standards) 1.70

    MITIGATION MTACC is working with the GEC to come up with an alternate design in case Con Edison does not approve the contractual

    design

    LOOK AHEAD Complete waterproofing installation in the Cavern walls Complete invert concrete pour and commence wall rebars Commence invert rebar and concrete pour in the east

    plenum Continue waterproofing in the plenum Get Con Edison approval of cable support design

    CRITICAL ISSUES

    The approval of cable support design by Con Edison is required to commence installation of rebar/formwork for the facility level floor slab. The slab work is on the contract critical path and may impact the current completion date.

    Based on current approved CPM schedule UD#14, the rebar installation for the slab is expected to commence on May 28.

    LTIR represents incidents that occurred for every 200,000 manhours worked.

    SCHEDULE PROGRESS The waterproofing installation in the Cavern walls up to

    spring-line started as planned on March 7. The overall waterproofing installation is 38% complete. The remain-ing waterproofing in the cavern wall is expected to be complete by April 15 which includes water barriers and inspection on the west wall.

    In the plenum, the waterproofing on the east side below the bench level is complete. Contractor commenced the installation of rebar for the invert and completed the rebar installation and concrete pour for the first 60 feet of invert section in the Cavern. The invert concrete is 45% com-plete.

    COST Five contract modifications have been executed, up four

    from last month. 34.3% of the CM013A current contract val-ue has been invoiced as of March 2014, up from 30.6% last month. 27.7% of the current contract value has been paid,

    up from 25.7% last month. The EAC has increased from the $56,409,275 reported last month. The EAC includes seven pending and potential modifications totaling $698,467.

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    CM013A PROGRESS CURVE

    MILESTONES

    FINANCIAL SUMMARY

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    Current Baseline Early

    Contractor Baseline

    Actual

    1st Quarter Plan: 7.5%

    Actual: 7.2%

    Cumulative Plan: 30.6%

    Actual: 34.3%

    Current Baseline

    Actual/ Forecast Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

    Notice to Proceed 9/4/12 9/4/12 (0 days)Access Restraint #1 2/21/14 2/21/14 (0 days)Milestone #1 10/1/14 10/1/14 (0 days)Substantial Completion 4/5/15 4/5/15 (0 days)Final Completion 7/4/15 7/4/15 (0 days)

    Current Baseline Actual/Forecast

    20172015 20162012 2013 2014

    $60,058,213

    $56,044,000

    $19,338,179

    $15,625,806

    $57,094,742

    $352,275

    Budget$60,058,213

    Contract(Award/Mods)$56,396,275

    Invoiced$19,338,179

    Paid to Date$15,625,806

    EAC$57,094,742

    ESA Regional Investment Modifications

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    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14Manhattan ConstructionGCT Concourse and Facilities Fit-Out Early Work (CM014A)

    Contractor: Yonkers Contracting Company, Inc.

    (YCC)

    Construction Manager: Bill Madden

    FTA Grant: NY-03-0344

    Description: Fit-out of lower portion of new LIRR con-course located in the lower level of GCT, construction of south sub-station facility, fit-out of shaft #2, procurement of electrical equipment for north substation and US-3/US-4 unit substations, construction and fit-out of Terminal Management Center (TMC), and construction of certain rooms adjacent to south substation and TMC.

    SCHEDULE PROGRESS

    SAFETY

    Continue to stress the importance of safety with field staff. Addressed safety issues and documented what was corrected through hazard logs.

    Conducting workshops for contractor when reviewing plans for upcoming work

    Performing monthly Safe Work Plan audits The FDNY conducts bi-weekly tours 1st quarter safety assessment performed Safety StatisticsLTIR 2.59, B.L.S. (Bureau of Labor

    Standards) 1.70

    MITIGATION SCADA unilateral modification to capture time related portion of

    SCADA delay has been issued to the Contractor, and caps the impact due to SCADA at 308 calendar days. Meetings to finalize compensable delay costs are on-going.

    ESA management and the CM are meeting on a regular basis with the Contractor to address critical issues

    The CM team is coordinating with Con Edison on required ap-provals

    Slab on grade concrete placement is 99% complete, with some change order work to complete

    Continued CMU wall, door frame and concrete header construc-tion. It had a three-month delay this quarter due to slow Contrac-tor performance, existing utility interferences and design refine-ments which are the subject of NOCs and CPRs.

    Unit substation conduit and wiring were installed this quarter, a two month delay due to slow Contractor performance

    Seismic clip installation began this quarter, a two month delay due to slow Contractor performance and execution of a Contract Modification for the seismic clips

    Continued CM014B scope transfer work. This is an additional work item and is forecast to complete in May, a two month loss in the quarter due to slow Contractor progress.

    Work continued in Shaft 2. This is forecast to complete in May, a two month delay due to slow Contractor progress.

    CRITICAL ISSUES The Contractor issued a CPM with a projected Substantial Com-

    pletion date of December 3, a three month delay which is driven by change order issues. The CM believes that even though the projection is more reasonable than recent submittals, based on past performance, YCC will be on the job until December. This is almost 10 months later than the unilateral modification. They are less than 65% complete, 28 months into the job.

    SCADA delay costs are expected to be finalized in April, a three month delay this quarter

    Switchgear delivery is expected in May. The Con Edison approval process may impact the delivery date further.

    Scheduling and coordination of Con Edison energization of sub-stations could impact Substantial Completion

    Slow Contractor performance

    LTIR repre-sents inci-dents that occurred for every 200,000 manhours worked.

    Complete CMU work and unit substation conduit and wiring by the end of June

    Continue HVAC and plumbing installation and SCADA equipment

    fabrication Switchgear delivery and installation and completion of work in

    Shaft 2 is expected by the end of May

    LOOK AHEAD

    COST 21 contract modifications have been executed, up 19 from last

    month. 57.4% of the CM014A current contract value has been invoiced as of March 2014, down from 58.6% which was reported in error last month. 54.1% of the current contract value has been paid, down from 55.8% which was also reported incorrectly last

    month. Non-ESA budget was mistakenly not factored in last month. The EAC decreased from the $55,760,143 reported last month. The EAC includes nine pending and potential modifica-tions totaling $2,750,338.

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    CM014A PROGRESS CURVE

    MILESTONES

    FINANCIAL SUMMARY

    EACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims.

    Current Baseline Actual/Forecast Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

    Notice to Proceed 11/7/11 11/7/11 (0 days)Substantial Completion 2/26/14 12/15/14 (+292 days) Final Completion 5/27/14 3/15/15 (+292 days)

    Current Baseline Actual/Forecast

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    Original Baseline

    Actual/Forecast

    1st Quarter Plan: 15.9%

    Actual: 5.4%

    Cumulative Plan: 91.8%

    Actual: 57.4%*

    *Cumulative Actual % Complete decreased this month due to an increase in the Current Contract Value

    $56,684,834

    $43,502,000

    $29,808,453

    $28,085,692

    $54,714,827

    $1,188,270

    $1,214,732

    $1,188,270

    $7,225,541

    Budget$57,873,104

    Contract(Award/Mods)$51,942,273

    Invoiced$29,808,453

    Paid to Date$28,085,692

    EAC$55,903,097

    ESA Regional Investment Other Modifications

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    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14Manhattan ConstructionVertical Circulation - Escalators and Elevators (VM014)

    Contractor: Schindler Elevator Corp.

    Construction Manager: Doug Tilden

    FTA Grant: NY-03-0344/Freedom Grant NY-

    57-X018-00

    Description: The base scope includes the fabrication and installation of 17 elevators and 45 escalators for the Concourse, Caverns, 44th and 50th St. Ventilation Facili-ties, and MNR facilities. Options exist for an additional five elevators and two escalators.

    MITIGATION The ESA team is completing the negotiations and contract modification to the contract

    SCHEDULE PROGRESS The contractor continues Phase II Fabrication work which currently involves the submittal of shop drawings

    LOOK AHEAD Finalizing shop drawing reviews and authorizing commencement of fabrication for the 22 escalators and 14 elevators within

    the VM014 contract to be installed as part of the GCT Concourse and Facilities Fit-Out (CM014B) contract

    CRITICAL ISSUES The contractor is preparing a change proposal for increased labor and material costs resulting from the adjustments to the

    GCT Concourse and Facilities Fit-Out (CM014B) schedule as initially set forth in the VM014 contract awarded in Septem-ber 2010

    COST One contract modification has been executed. 16.4% of the current contract value has been invoiced and paid as of March

    2014. The EAC includes one pending modification of $340,775. All of these measures are the same as last month. The EAC did not change from last month.

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    FINANCIAL SUMMARY

    MILESTONES

    PERCENT COMPLETE

    Schedule Progress Current Period Cumulative

    Cost Expenditure Plan Actual Plan Actual

    Phase 1Engineering 100% 100% 1% 1%

    Phase IIFabrication 10% 10% 2% 2%

    Phase IIIInstallation 0% 0% N/A N/A

    Phase IVInterim Maint. 0% 0% N/A N/A

    EACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims.

    Current Actual/Baseline Forecast Q1/2 Q3/4 Q1/2 Q3/4 Q1/2 Q3/4 Q1/2 Q3/4 Q1/2 Q3/4 Q1/2 Q3/4 Q1/2 Q3/4 Q1/2 Q3/4 Q1/2 Q3/4 Q1/2 Q3/4 Q1/2 Q3/4

    Notice of Award 9/23/10 9/23/10 (0 days)Notice to Proceed 9/27/10 9/27/10 (0 days)Substantial Completion 9/20/18 7/24/19 (+307 days) Final Completion 12/20/18 10/24/19 (+308 days)

    Current Baseline Actual/Forecast

    2009 2016 2017 2018 20192010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

    $51,112,592

    $24,374,558

    $3,105,860

    $3,105,860

    $42,804,023

    $438,564

    $245,784

    $438,564

    $2,731,406

    $937,840

    $937,840

    $2,731,406

    Budget$54,282,562

    Contract$24,620,341

    Invoiced$4,043,700

    Paid to Date$4,043,700

    EAC$45,973,993

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    FINANCIAL SUMMARY

    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14Manhattan ConstructionManhattan Force Account (FMM19)

    Contractor: Metro-North Railroad

    Construction Manager: Fred Atiles

    FTA Grant: NY-03-0344

    Description: MNR Railroad resources in support of the Manhattan active and future contracts. These resourc-es include both direct and indirect labor, flagging, project management, work train support, load inspection, rail cars inspection and repair, and track outages.

    MITIGATION N/A

    SCHEDULE PROGRESS MNR continued to provide flagman protection outside of

    Madison Yard envelope during the day time MNR continued to provide flagman support and track out-

    ages to Yonkers Contracting for contract CM014A

    MNR continued to provide flagman support and track out-ages to Yonkers Contracting for contract CM004 so they can complete their punch list work

    LOOK AHEAD Continue to provide flagman protection outside of Madison Yard envelope during the day time shift

    CRITICAL ISSUES None

    COST 91.1% of the FMM19 current contract value has been invoiced and paid as of March 2014, up from 90.8% last month. The

    EAC did not change from last month.

    EACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims.

    $61,745,148

    $31,094,340

    $28,313,629

    $28,313,629

    $58,614,251

    $4,529,074

    $4,529,074

    Budget$66,274,222

    Contract$31,094,340

    Invoiced$28,313,629

    Paid to Date$28,313,629

    EAC$63,143,325

    ESA Regional Investment Other

  • 1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14Queens/Harold Construction

    Plaza Substation and Queens Structures (CQ032) Structural and architectural rehabilitation to existing facilities along existing 63rd St. Tunnel. Construction of Plaza Interlocking below grade facilities for Mainline Traction Power Substation C06, Facility Power Substation B11, ventilation, signal, emergency power, mechanical and communication rooms.

    Harold Structures 1 and GO2 Substation (CH053) Construct various civil infrastructure ele-ments at Harold Interlocking and expand the existing LIRR Amtrak Right of Way for the future TBM tunnels and Mainline track diversions including the design, and installation of a pre-fabricated substation.

    Harold Structures 2 (CH054A) Construct various civil infrastructure elements at Harold Interlocking and expand the existing LIRR and Amtrak Right of Way for the future TBM tunnels and Main-line track diver-sions.

    Harold Stage 1-2 Amtrak/LIRR Force Account (FHA/L01-2) Installation of track/switches by LIRR and Amtrak. Installation of new microprocessor based signal system. Construction of traction power substation. Modified catenary system.

    Procure Harold Materials Stage 2 (VHA/L02) Procure LIRR and Amtrak Force Account mate-rial in support of Stage 2 construction.

    Harold & Point CILs (VH051 Part 1) This is the procurement of seven Harold Interlocking Central Instrument Locations (CILs) and one Point Interlocking Central Instrument Location and the purchase of a fully operational Vital Microprocessor-Based Interlocking Control System for the referenced interlock-ings.

    Harold Tower Supervisory (VH051 Part 2) This contract includes the purchase of a fully opera-tional Supervisory Control System for control of signals at Harold and Point Interlocks.

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    LTIR repre-sents incidents that occurred for every 200,000 man-hours worked.

    Description: Structural and architectural rehabilitation to existing facilities along existing 63rd St. Tunnel. Construction of Plaza Interlocking below grade facilities for Mainline Traction Power Substation C06, Facility Power Substation B11, ventila-tion, signal, emergency power, mechanical and communication rooms. Construction of Mid-Day Storage Yard Traction Power Substation. Construction of above grade Plaza Bulk Facility Power Substation (B10) and Yard Lead Service Building. Instal-lation of ConEd Manholes and conduits for permanence power services. Construction of miscellaneous site work in preparation for Mid-Day Storage Yard.

    Continued daily safety walkthroughs of the site with contractor safety and MTACC safety, and weekly safety walks with the CM team and OCIP

    Continued to emphasize safety to the contractors management and that they are accountable for their

    actions as well as the actions of the workers Performing monthly Safe Work Plan audits 1st quarter safety assessment performed Safety StatisticsLTIR 0.55, B.L.S. (Bureau of Labor

    Standards) 1.70

    SAFETY

    MITIGATION A re-baseline schedule accounting for the access restraint delays

    and changes in the scope of work was negotiated on March 26 and is being finalized by both parties

    In addition, the Early Access Chamber Stage 2 is scheduled to be negotiated

    CRITICAL ISSUES The schedule for the Early Access Chamber and re-bracing impacts the schedule. Stage 3 & 4 construction sequencing has been ap-

    proved and is awaiting negotiations. The EAC stages 1 through 4 are crucial to the completion of the foundation structure of the Plaza Building. Stages 3 & 4 have yet to be approved by the MTA/Contractor. In addition, the Contractor has not submitted a Change Order Proposal or a TIA for said work in order to move towards negotiations.

    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14

    Roosevelt Facility: Completing pending work items for turnover Vernon Facility: The final completion of the facility is on hold

    pending resolution between the GEC and LIRR. Interior signage and Red Key (1 door) resolution between the GEC and LIRR is still pending.

    12th Street Facility: The final completion of the facility is pending a revision to interior signage and key re-design

    23rd Street Facility: Interior signage and Red Key (1 Door) on

    hold pending resolution between the GEC and LIRR. This issue is not critical but impedes the final completion and turnover of the facility.

    29th Street Facility: P3 equipment room and water room ready to be painted

    Plaza Interlocking Substation: Continued installation of water-proofing membrane for the revenue track invert slab. Continued installation of waterproofing membrane on the sump pit walls.

    SCHEDULE PROGRESS

    Queens ConstructionPlaza Substation and Queens Structures (CQ032)

    Contractor: Tutor Perini

    Construction Manager: Alvaro Buendia

    FTA Grant: NY-03-0344

    Continue Tunnel B/C track invert work Continue rehabilitation of existing 63rd Street Tunnel (scope

    transfer)

    Continue work at Bulk Power Station (B10). Roofing, louvers, fireproofing are progressing.

    The 63rd Street Tunnel on track for a 4th quarter completion

    LOOK AHEAD

    COST 38 contract modifications have been executed, which is the

    same as last month. 52.8% of the CQ032 current contract value has been invoiced as of March 2014, up from 49.6% last month. 44.2% of the current contract value has been paid, up from 42.0% last month. The EAC increased from the $213,066,634 reported last month. The EAC includes 17 pending and potential modifications totaling $20,112,500, which includes a time impact

    modification of $8M added this month.

    43.7% of the CQ032 FA current contract value has been invoiced as of March 2014, which is the same as last month. CQ032 Force Account is paid out FQL99 and FQA99, which are accounts that LIRR and Amtrak force account packages are paid from. $26M has been paid out of FQL 99 to date. $52.M has been paid out of FQA99 to date.

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    CQ032 PROGRESS CURVE

    MILESTONES

    FINANCIAL SUMMARY 3RD PARTY

    EACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims.

    0%

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    59

    74

    89

    104

    119

    134

    149

    164

    178

    193

    Jul-1

    1

    Aug

    -11

    Sep

    -11

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    -11

    Nov

    -11

    Dec

    -11

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    12

    Feb-

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    Mar

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    Apr

    -12

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    2

    Aug

    -12

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    13

    Feb-

    13

    Mar

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    -13

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    13

    Jul-1

    3

    Aug

    -13

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    -13

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    -13

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    -13

    Dec

    -13

    Jan-

    14

    Feb-

    14

    Mar

    -14

    Apr

    -14

    May

    -14

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    14

    Jul-1

    4

    Aug

    -14

    Sep

    -14

    Oct

    -14

    Nov

    -14

    Dec

    -14

    Jan-

    15

    Feb-

    15

    Mar

    -15

    Apr

    -15

    May

    -15

    Jun-

    15

    Jul-1

    5

    Current Baseline

    Actual

    Original Baseline

    Forecast

    1st Quarter Plan: 10.2%

    Actual: 8.7%

    Cumulative Plan: 82.5%

    Actual: 53.0%

    Current Actual/Baseline Forecast Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

    Notice to Proceed 8/10/11 8/10/11 (0 days)Turnover YL Track 6/10/13 4/21/15 (+680 days) C06 Substation Area 9/8/13 7/21/15 (+681 days) C07 Substation 6/5/14 9/21/15 (+473 days) Substantial Completion 8/14/14 12/24/15 (+497 days) Final Completion 11/12/14 3/24/16 (+498 days)

    Current Baseline Actual/Forecas

    2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

    $234,177,227

    $147,377,000

    $109,679,559

    $91,726,937

    $227,776,070

    $60,286,570

    Budget$234,177,227

    Contract(Award/Mods)$207,663,570

    Invoiced$109,679,559

    Paid to Date$91,726,937

    EAC$227,776,070

    ESA Regional Investment Modifications

  • 30(PM 3.5.108757)MTA/LIRR East Side Access

    SITE MAP

    FINANCIAL SUMMARY FORCE ACCOUNT

    EACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims.

    $571,473

    $75,000

    $32,757

    $571,473

    Budget$571,473

    Contract$75,000

    Invoiced$32,757

    Paid to Daten/a

    EAC$571,473

  • MTA/LIRR East Side Access (PM 3.5.108757) 31

    Description: Construct various civil infrastructure ele-ments at Harold Interlocking and expand the existing LIRR Amtrak Right of Way for the future TBM tunnels and Main-line track diversions including the design, and installation of a pre-fabricated substation and installation of new signal towers and catenary structures by replacing the existing structures.

    MITIGATION

    CRITICAL ISSUES

    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14Harold ConstructionHarold Structures Part 1 and GO2 Substation (CH053)

    Contractor: Perini Corp.

    Construction Manager: James Pagano

    FTA Grant: NY-03-0344/NY-95-X025

    SCHEDULE PROGRESS 12KV Ductbank: Installed Current Transformer (CT) cabinet at Substa-

    tion 44 and control cable between CT cabinet and C3 control panel and riser for extension to existing manhole MH-3

    Catenary Structures: Completed construction of foundation and guy anchor for B-921W structure

    43rd St. Bridges: Completed welding of utility bridge at 43rd St. WBY bridge between west abutment and center pier and installed walkway grating along north span of bridge

    48th St. Bridge: Installed rebar and poured concrete for east abutment back wall at 48th St. ML 2&4 Bridge

    Microtunnel Runs 1-4: Completed mining of Run 4 and 3, approximately 100 LF

    Microtunnel Run 12: Cored manhole EMH-2B for future conduit instal-lation

    MG Signal Power Separation: Completed installation of conduits on HP1 tower

    LIRR Signal Bridges: Erect Signal Bridge 20 and Signal Bridge 21 Relocation OF 27KV Feed: Completed track foundation at Amtrak Sub-

    station S-1 to restore primary 27KV backup feed (10Q37 Feed)

    COST 120 contract modifications have been executed, up one from last month.

    88.4% of the CH053 current contract value has been invoiced as of March 2014, up from 86.7%. 81.8% of the current contract value has been paid, up from 79.3% last month. The EAC increased from the $245,445,678 reported last month. The EAC includes 27 pending and potential modifications totaling $66,236,394. This amount includes a schedule re-baseline claim that was negotiated for $55M and is now a

    pending modification.

    94.5% of the CH053 FA current contract value has been invoiced as of March 2014, which is up from 92.1% last month. CH053 Force Ac-count is paid out FQL99 and FQA99, which are accounts that LIRR and Amtrak force account packages are paid from. $26M has been paid out of FQL 99 to date. $52.M has been paid out of FQA99 to date.

    12KV Ductbank continues to be the most critical scope of work in the CH053 contract. The critical path of CH053 is driven by cutover of the new 12KV ductbank leading to completion of manholes for Microtunnel Runs 1-4 and G02 Substation. Construction of the manholes is im-pacted by the existing 12KV system which cannot be demolished until the new 12KV ductbank is cutover. The manholes will convey LIRR traction power from G02 Substation, also constructed under CH053, to the third rail reactors in the interlocking and are essential to perform the final load test and handover of the G02 Substation to LIRR. The existing 12KV ductbank also obstructs excavation and concrete work at Tunnel A Reception Pit & Approach Structure which can be considered the secondary critical path of CH053. The 12KV cutover is dependent on completion of additional work at Substation 44 and commissioning

    of the new feeder system. Change orders for the additional Substa-tion 44 work were issued to the contractor in January and February. Resolution of the change orders have been delayed as the CM and Contractor continue to develop a commissioning and testing plan to meet the requirements set by the GEC and Amtrak.

    MG Signal Power Separation: MG Signal Power Separation continues to drive cutover of LIRR H3 and H4 Interlockings and is critical to the overall Harold Interlocking Program. CH053 is contracted to construct concrete ductbanks, equipment pads and install signal towers for H3 and H4 Interlocking cutover performed by LIRR. Delays to H3 and H4 Interlocking cutover can disrupt future third party contracts and railroad work. Completion of the CH053 portion of MG Signal Power Separation has been hampered by design changes and addition of scope.

    Development of the 12KV C3 feeder testing and commissioning plan was completed. The testing and commissioning is expected to require 12 outages at Substation 44. The CM has authorized an emergency/retroactive NTP which will allow the Contractor to commence work as soon as negotiations conclude in May. Typically, the Contractor cannot commence work until the negotiated price and scope is ratified by the MTA Board as a contract modification. The retroactive/emergency NTP authorizes the release of limited funds for the Contractor to commence

    work before the contract modification can be executed by the MTA Board. Final payment for the change order work will be made only after receiving the fully executed contract modification from the MTA. A change order was issued to commence construction of G02 Substation manholes.

  • MTA/LIRR East Side Access (PM 3.5.108757) 32

    CH053 PROGRESS CURVE

    LOOK AHEAD

    LTIR represents incidents that occurred for every 200,000 manhours worked.

    Continued ongoing weekly safety walkthroughs of the site with management and documentation in daily hazard logs

    Coordination with the railroads, toning of the ground, and hand digging procedures are still being followed to prevent buried utility strikes at excavation sites

    Continue weekly OCIP walks

    Continue safety tool box talks for CM staff Performing monthly Safe Work Plan audits 1st quarter safety assessment performed Safety StatisticsLTIR 0.85, B.L.S. (Bureau of Labor

    Standards) 1.70

    SAFETY

    MILESTONES

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    Feb

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    Jul-1

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    14

    Feb

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    Mar

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    Jul-1

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    Original Baseline

    Actual

    Forecast

    Current Baseline

    Current Period Plan: N/A Actual: 3.2%

    Cumulative Plan: 100.0% Actual: 87.6%

    Catenary Structures: Erect Structure B-924WA south and K-frame 12KV Ductbank: Negotiate change orders and issue emergency/retroac-

    tive NTP for additional Substation 44 work and commissioning of the C3 feeder

    Retaining Walls: Complete construction of 43-S2 retaining wall. Approxi-mately 100 LF remain and is scheduled to be completed in April.

    Negative Return Ductbank: Complete relocation of DC negative return ductbank

    Mictrotunnel 1-4: Complete installation of positive and negative man-holes at Runs 3 & 4 reception pits and conduits in Run 2

    Tunnel A Reception Pit and Approach Structure: Complete remaining soldier piles at Tunnel A Reception Pit

    Current Actual/Baseline Forecast Q1/2 Q3/4 Q1/2 Q3/4 Q1/2 Q3/4 Q1/2 Q3/4 Q1/2 Q3/4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

    Notice to Proceed 1/1/08 1/1/08 (0 days)Beneficial OccupancyHarold Access Bridge 1/1/11 11/18/13 (+1,052 days)

    New GO2 SubstationCompletion 4/15/11 12/23/14 (+1,348 days)

    Substantial Completion 1/16/12 12/23/14 (+1,072days) Final Completion 4/15/12 3/23/15 (+1,072 days)

    Current Baseline Actual/Forecast

    2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

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    SITE MAP

    FINANCIAL SUMMARY 3RD PARTY

    FINANCIAL SUMMARY FORCE ACCOUNTEACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims.

    EACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims.

    $335,701,307

    $138,911,000

    $207,225,072

    $191,758,455

    $303,113,354

    $369,000

    $369,000

    $336,000

    $319,200

    $369,000

    $97,596,958

    Budget$336,070,307

    Contract(Award/Mods)$236,876,958

    Invoiced$207,561,072

    Paid to Date$192,077,655

    EAC$303,482,354

    ESA Regional Investment Other Executed Modifications

    RI

    RI

    RI

    RI

    RI

    $47,647,631

    $47,647,631

    $45,024,208

    $0

    $47,647,631

    Budget$47,647,631

    Contract$47,647,631

    Invoiced$45,024,208

    Paid to Daten/a

    EAC$47,647,631

  • MTA/LIRR East Side Access (PM 3.5.108757) 34

    Description: Construct various civil infrastructure elements at Harold Interlocking and expand the existing LIRR and Amtrak Right-of-Way for the future TBM tunnels and Main-line track diversions including: 1) the construc-tion of retaining walls 2) Track D TBM reception pit 3) AC traction power duct bank 4) access road work 5) demoli-tion of existing Catenary Foundations 6) procurement of two signal bridges and 7) other utility relocations and adjustments.

    MITIGATION The change order process is expected to be resolved by mid-

    April. Scoping meetings have concluded between the CM, GEC and Contractor and the CM is currently waiting on final proposals from the Contractor to begin negotiations.

    The majority of the civil work for the 12KV ductbank has been

    completed with the exception of Microtunnel Run 13 and man-hole EMH-22E. Construction of the jacking pit and launch block was completed in March and the tunneling subcontractor has commenced setup for tunnel mining which is forecast to com-mence in May.

    CRITICAL ISSUES The CH054A critical path continues to be driven by the Storm

    Sewer. The change order process was expected to be completed in March. Resolution was delayed due to the revision to the jet grout soil stabilization scope. The change order process is expected to be complete by mid-April. Delayed completion of the storm sewer impacts the construction of Access Road AR 4 and the Loop 1A track bed which impacts follow-on work by Amtrak Force Account. The storm sewer also impacts the installation of

    trough and pull boxes for the Snow Melter Units (SMU) and Relay Transmission Unit (RTU) which are to be constructed in conjunc-tion with the Access Road and track bed.

    The 12KV ductbank is the secondary critical path of CH054A. The construction of Access Road AR4, Loop 1A track bed and SMU/RTU troughs are also dependent on completion of the new 12KV ductbank and demolition of the existing ductbank.

    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14Harold ConstructionHarold Structures Part 2A (CH054A)

    Contractor: Perini Corp.

    Construction Manager: Garth Lawrence

    FTA Grant: NY-03-0344/ARRA Stimulus Funds

    NY-36-0002

    SCHEDULE PROGRESS 12KV Ductbank: Completed 430 LF of open cut concrete duct-

    bank. Completed ductbank tie-ins at jacked shield tunnel jacking and receiving pits. Completed installation of conduits and grout-ing of jacked shield tunnel Runs 14, 15 and 16 and the installa-tion of two precast manholes EMH-27 A & B.

    43-S1 Retaining Wall: Installed two cap beams for retaining wall 43-S1. Continued installing precast panels between pile 120 and

    121. F2/F2E CIH: Drilled three 6-inch holes in previously installed

    manhole MH-F3 and pulled additional cable for F1, F2 and F2E CIH. Performed megger tests on the cables.

    Demolition of Signal Bridge 11: Completed demolition of existing Signal Bridge 11

    12KV Ductbank: Complete construction of open cut sections of 12KV ductbank between existing manhole EMH-1560 and EMH-20. Approximately 75 LF remains. Complete receiving pit and mine Microtunnel Run 13. Complete roof slab of caisson manhole EMH-22D.

    Storm Sewer: Execute contract modification for trenchless exca-vation of sewer. Install jet grout blocks for soil stability at Queens

    Blvd bridge abutment. Snow Melter Units and Relay Transmission Units: Commence

    procurement of Relay Transmission Unit. Complete procurement of Snow Melter Units.

    MG Signal Power Separation: Complete construction of H4 CIL crib wall extension

    LOOK AHEAD

    COST 34 contract modifications have been executed, which is the

    same as last month. 75.8% of the CH054A current contract value has been invoiced as of March 2014, up from 71.2% last month. 64.0% of the current contract value has been paid, up from 59.6% last month. The EAC increased from the 52,474,628 reported last month due to the addition of a negotiated claim. The EAC includes 15 pending and potential modifications totaling

    $11,310,000, which is the same as last month. 98.7% of the CH054 FA current contract value has been invoiced

    as of March 2014, up from 92.1% last month. CH054A Force Account is paid out FQL99 and FQA99, which are accounts that LIRR and Amtrak force account packages are paid from. $26M has been paid out of FQL99 to date. $52M has been paid out of FQA99 to date.

  • MTA/LIRR East Side Access (PM 3.5.108757) 35

    CH054A PROGRESS CURVE

    MILESTONES

    SAFETY

    Continued ongoing weekly walkthrough of site with management and daily safety site visits which are document-ed in the daily hazard logs

    Coordination with the railroads, toning of the ground, and hand digging procedures are still being followed to prevent buried utility strikes at excavation sites

    Continued to have safety talks with the CM construction team on a weekly basis Continue OCIP walkthroughs on a weekly basis Performing monthly Safe Work Plan audits 1st quarter safety assessment performed Safety StatisticsLTIR 1.28, B.L.S. (Bureau of Labor Standards) 1.70

    LTIR represents incidents that occurred for every 200,000 manhours worked.

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    Original Baseline

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    Current Period Plan: 0.0% Actual: 10.2%

    Cumulative Plan: 100.0% Actual: 76.1%

    Current Actual/Baseline Forecast Q1/Q2 Q3/Q4 Q1/Q2 Q3/Q4 Q1/Q2 Q3/Q4 Q1/Q2 Q3/Q4 Q1/Q2 Q3/Q4 Q1/Q2 Q3/Q4 Q1/Q2 Q3/Q4

    Notice to Proceed 8/24/09 8/24/09 (0 days)Retaining Wall THOM S1/S2 5/26/10 12/21/10 (+209 days)Complete 12KV Relocation 12/7/10 6/19/14 (+1,290 days)Substantial Completion 12/21/10 11/26/14 (+1,436 days)Final Completion 3/21/11 2/26/15 (+1,438 days)

    Current Baseline Actual/Forecast

    2009 2010 2011 20152012 2013 2014

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    EACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims.

    FINANCIAL SUMMARY FORCE ACOUNT

    EACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims.

    $6,748,182

    $6,748,182

    $6,657,874

    $0

    $6,748,182

    Budget$6,748,182

    Contract$6,748,182

    Invoiced$6,657,874

    Paid to Daten/a

    EAC$6,748,182

    $70,030,689

    $21,777,777

    $33,946,161

    $28,637,365

    $64,306,105

    $22,993,328

    Budget$70,030,689

    Contract(Award/Mods)$44,771,105

    Invoiced$33,946,161

    Paid to Date$28,637,365

    EAC$64,306,105

    ESA Regional Investment Modifications

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    Description: Install one track crossover (723), relocate catena-ry and signal power at several locations, perform modifications and removal of poles, third-rail installation, signal infrastructure installa-tion, cable pulls, tie-ins, testing and cut-over of the 723 crossover incorporating changes to F Interlocking and software and hard-ware modification for the Penn Station Central Control (PSCC). Clear debris and other incidentals from the Amtrak Maintenance-of-Way Yard, electrical traction relocations in support of the CH053, CH054A and CQ031 civil work.

    LOOK AHEAD Remove 27KV feeder (10Q36) from B-931W north pole Commence wire transfer for 823 and 821 switches on north side Continue hardware installation, catenary wire transfer, signal power (#124 and #123), and feeder (#4301 and #4303) relo-

    cations between Thomson Avenue and Substation 44

    SCHEDULE PROGRESS Removed old B-908E structures and poles Continued relocating signal line (#123, #124, #135) and

    feeder (#4301, #4303, #441, #442) at south of Substation

    44 The overall work of Catenary and Signal power relocation is

    87% completedCRITICAL ISSUES The track and signal power outages are required in order

    to complete catenary wire transfers and signal power relo-cations on schedule

    Low production rate in the first quarter due to the weather (snow) and sending the team to support the Contractor on another project

    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14Harold ConstructionHarold Stage 1 - Amtrak Force Account (FHA01)

    Contractor: Amtrak

    Construction Manager: Peter Malvese

    FTA Grant: N/A

    ESA continued to work with Amtrak and LIRR to lockdown track and power outages for signal power relocation on the south and north sides. Priority areas have been identified.

    ESA and Amtrak are working on resequencing the catenary

    schedule to coordinate with the weekend outage. The weekend work plan will mitigate the duration that was lost in the first quarter.

    MITIGATION

    FHA01 PROGRESS CURVE

    COST 96.5% of the FHA01 current contract value has been invoiced as of March 2014, up from 96.4% last month. 89.1% of the

    current contract value has been paid, up from 89.0% last month. The EAC has not changed since last month.

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    MILESTONES

    SITE MAP

    FINANCIAL SUMMARY

    EACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims.

    $18,824,861

    $18,824,861

    $18,170,661

    $16,773,440

    $18,824,861

    Budget$18,824,861

    Contract$18,824,861

    Invoiced$18,170,661

    Paid to Date$16,773,440

    EAC$18,824,861

    ESA Regional Investment

    Current Actual/Baseline Forecast Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2

    100% Design 11/19/07 11/19/07 (0 days)Commence Stage 1 6/30/07 6/30/07 (0 days)Cutover Stage 1 8/10/08 10/5/08 (+56 days) Compl. 68 Spur Track 5/1/10 9/6/10 (+128 days) Compl. Signal Power 9/20/10 4/23/12 (+581 days) Substantial Completion 2/4/16 2/25/16 (+21 days)

    Current Baseline Actual/Forecast

    20162014 20152012 20132007 2008 2009 2010 2011

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    Description: Install seven switches and LP1A Track (app. 2,400lf). Relocate catenary and signal power at several locations, perform modifications and removal of poles. Third-rail installation, signal infrastructure installa-tion, cable pulls, tie-ins, testing and cut-over of F1 CIH, F2 CIH and FHACS (F Interlocking and Harold Interlocking Alternate Control System).

    SCHEDULE PROGRESS

    MITIGATION N/A

    Supported LIRR signal department pulling cables and test-ing for new Point CIL

    Completed fiber cables from portal tunnels to F1 and F2-CIHs to Harold Communication Hut via Substation 44

    Continued pulling copper cables from portal tunnel Line 4 to F1B signal case

    Commenced catenary relocation for 747 switch cutover

    Commenced trough installation at south of LIRR-FRT track to F1GW/GE location (E35 Signal Bridge)

    CRITICAL ISSUES None

    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14Harold Construction

    Harold Stage 2 - Amtrak Force Account (FHA02)

    Contractor: Amtrak

    Construction Manager: Peter Malvese

    Federal Grant: N/A

    Complete communication cable (copper) portal Line 4 to F1B signal case

    Erect Signal Bridge E34 (Line 1 Track) Continue remaining signal work (conduits, cables) at E35

    location (F1GW and F1GE) for H-3CIL cutover Continue catenary work for 747 Switch cutover Support LIRR for New Point CIL cutover, expected comple-

    tion on April 26

    LOOK AHEAD

    FHA02 PROGRESS CURVE

    COST 95.7% of the FHA02 current contract value has been invoiced as of March 2014 up from 94.1% last month. 95.2% of the cur-

    rent contract value has been paid up from 94.1% last month. The EAC has not changed from last month.

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    Actual: 1.8%

    Cumulative Plan: 79.4%

    Actual: 78.3%

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    FINANCIAL SUMMARY

    SITE MAP

    MILESTONES

    EACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims.

    $41,683,606

    $38,585,122

    $36,918,530

    $36,735,681

    $41,683,606

    Budget$41,683,606

    Contract$38,585,122

    Invoiced$36,918,530

    Paid to Date$36,735,681

    EAC$41,683,606

    ESA Regional Investment

    Current Actual/ 08 09 10Baseline Forecast Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3

    Commence Stage 2 12/15/08 12/15/08 (0 days)Install F2 CIH 4/2/11 4/2/11 (0 days)Install F1 CIH 8/1/11 8/1/11 (0 days)Install 747A Switch 2/12/12 2/12/12 (0 days)Install 771A Switch 4/21/12 4/28/12 (+7 days) Install 771B Switch 4/28/12 5/5/12 (+7 days) Install 747B Switch 5/5/12 6/16/12 (+42 days) FHACS Cutover 7/15/12 7/16/13 (+366 days) F2-CIH Cutover 11/17/12 5/18/13 (+182 days) F1-CIH Cutover 3/2/12 11/2/13 (+610 days) Complete Stage 2 8/15/17 9/6/17 (+22 days)

    Current Baseline Actual/Forecast

    2015 2016 20172011 2012 2013 2014

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    Description: Install eight track switches into the exist-ing signal system and remove two switches. Install signal infrastructure in preparation of Stage 2 (Harold and Point CILs). Reroute signal power cables. Install third rail for new switches and track. Pull traction power cables from G02 Substation final manholes to Harold Main Line tracks. Energize and commission the relocated G02 Substation installed by CH053. Install and relocate signal and commu-nications cables. Cut and throw Main Line 4 and relocated Main Line 2 upon CH053 expanding the South ROW East of 43rd Street.

    MITIGATION Working with Perini and LIRR to re-schedule the construction plan of the new G02 Substation

    SCHEDULE PROGRESS No work performed during this period

    CRITICAL ISSUES The substantial completion date is driven by the new G02 Substation construction that is impacted by the delay of Micro

    Tunneling construction (CH053)

    LOOK AHEAD Schedule work for energizing new G02 Substation

    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14Harold Construction

    Harold Stage 1 - LIRR Force Account (FHL01)

    Contractor: Long Island Rail Road

    Construction Manager: Peter Malvese

    FTA Grant: NY-03-0344

    FHL01 PROGRESS CURVE

    COST 87.3% of the FHL01 current contract value has been invoiced as of March 2014, which is the same as last month. 85.7% of

    the current contract value has been paid, up from 85.3% last month. The EAC has not changed from last month.

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    Cumulative Plan: 77.4%

    Actual: 77.4%

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    FINANCIAL SUMMARY

    SITE MAP

    MILESTONES

    EACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims.

    $20,804,621

    $20,782,146

    $18,139,911

    $17,809,427

    $20,804,621

    Budget$20,804,621

    Contract$20,782,146

    Invoiced$18,139,911

    Paid to Date$17,809,427

    EAC$20,804,621

    ESA Regional Investment

    Current Actual/Baseline Forecast Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2

    100% Design 6/7/07 7/7/07 (+30 days) Begin Stage 1 6/29/07 6/29/07 (0 days)Install 823 Switches 3/20/10 8/21/10 (+154 days) Cutover 865 Switch 10/16/10 10/16/10 (0 days)Compl. Signal Power 9/20/10 11/6/13 (+1,143 days) Operate 821 & 823 Switch 5/10/14 8/2/14 (+84 days)

    Substantial Completion 4/9/15 1/30/15 (-69 days)

    Current Baseline Actual/Forecast

    2012 2013 2014 20152007 2008 2009 2010 2011

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    Description: Install 15 track switches, new Mainline 4 tracks (app. 2,800lf) and remove two switches; Install signal infrastructure, cable, testing and circuit revision for Harold (6 CILs) Loc 30, Point CILs and HTSCS; Install third rail for new switches & track. Install new MG set for LIRR Signal Power Separation from Amtrak. Renovate Harold Tower. Install and remove signal bridges.

    MITIGATION ESA and LIRR continue to hold weekly meetings to lock-

    down the cutover date of the MG set. The re-design and coordinating schedule have been in process in order to mitigate the schedule impact.

    Track circuit testing for H4 CIL will begin with Temporary

    Signal Power (91.6Hz) to mitigate the schedule impact due to the delay of LIRR Signal Power Separation

    ESA and LIRR are working with Amtrak to get a permit for Temporary Signal Power for testing track circuit H3-CIL

    SCHEDULE PROGRESS Performed pre-testing and circuit revisions for new Point

    CIL Cutover (~98.5% Complete) Preformed pre-testing from new Point CIL to PSCC Theater

    (~ 15% Complete) Performed pre-testing inside H4-CIL (~20% Complete) Completed test 1 break down testing on H3-CIL Performed test 1 break down testing on H5-CIL (~60%) Installed conduit for Signal Bridge 15 and 20 Built and installed signals 44W, M13, 13-4 and E35-2 on

    Signal Bridge 35 and pulled cables to signals Assembled, installed and wired pedestal signals 25EC and

    45WC by Signal Bridge 16 Installed foundation legs, trough and pull boxes around H3-

    CIL location Installed H3-CIL and Battery Hut Installed power distribution panels for H1, H2, H3, and H6

    CILs.

    CRITICAL ISSUES Signal Power Separation is required to begin track circuit testing for new CILs except Point CIL. Point CIL is being powered

    by the existing Amtrak power (91.6 Hz). If the signal power separation cutover is delayed (current target date is in July 2014), the current H4 and H3 CIL cutovers could potentially slip.

    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14Harold Construction

    Harold Stage 2 - LIRR Force Account (FHL02)

    Contractor: Long Island Rail Road

    Construction Manager: Peter Malvese

    FTA Grant: NY-03-0344

    Continue pulling/terminating cables from H4-CIL to various locations and perform testing at H4-CIL and new Point-CIL

    Continue installing conduit cross tracks for future signals and switches in Harold Interlocking

    Install trough west of H3-CIL and commence pulling cables Complete communication work for Point, H4, and H3

    cutovers

    Continue Point-CIL and H4-CIL pre-Testing Continue test 1 break down testing on H5-CIL Pull power cables between HP1 and HP2 poles for Signal

    Power Separation Complete structural repairs on Tower 62 to Tower 69

    LOOK AHEAD

    COST 63.8% of the FHL02 current contract value has been invoiced as of March 2014, up from 62.2% last month. 55.7% of the cur-

    rent contract value has been paid, up from 52.7% last month. The EAC has not changed from last month.

  • MTA/LIRR East Side Access (PM 3.5.108757) 44

    FHL02 PROGRESS CURVE

    MILESTONES

    FINANCIAL SUMMARY

    EACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims.

    $71,189,359

    $48,179,882

    $30,715,868

    $26,829,202

    $71,189,359

    Budget$71,189,359

    Contract$48,179,882

    Invoiced$30,715,868

    Paid to Date$26,829,202

    EAC$71,189,359

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    Cumulative Plan: 37.6%

    Actual: 33.4%

    Current Actual/Baseline Forecast Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

    EWD LI Passenger Track West 3/12/11 3/12/11 (0 days)EWD LI Passenger Track East 9/24/11 9/24/11 (0 days)PW2 Track Installation 12/3/11 12/3/11 (0 days)Point CIL Installation 9/24/11 9/24/11 (0 days)HTSCS Cutover 10/13/13 10/13/13 (0 days) Point CIL Cutover 4/12/14 4/26/14 (+14 days) Complete Stage 2 11/25/16 11/25/16 (0 days)

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    45(PM 3.5.108757)MTA/LIRR East Side Access

    Early Stage 2 Trough Line

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    Description: Procure LIRR and Amtrak Force Ac-count material in support of Stage 2 construction. LIRR will manage and operate the project warehouse with ESA oversight. Example of materials include: Track - switches, rail, concrete ties and ballast; Third-Rail & Power rail, cables, boards, brackets, wire, power connectors, bus bar; Signal Equipment switch machines, cables, signals, relays, motor generators, heaters, troughs, impedance bonds; and Structures signal bridges, retaining walls etc.; Communications equipment, wire, cables, and poles.

    SCHEDULE PROGRESS

    MATERIAL STATUS FOR VHL02 The majority of procured materials have been delivered including long lead items

    LIRR procured all 17 switches and they are to be delivered from May 2013 to April 2014. Reviewing alternate locations with expanded facilities for delivery, building and storage.

    Bill of materials for VHA/L02 is an average of 84.7% procured. This percentage was recalculated based on the

    average of Amtrak and LIRR combined. Deliveries continue in coordination with the construction schedule.

    MATERIAL STATUS FOR VHA02 95% of the remaining materials required on Bill of Materi-

    als (BOMs) have been sent to Procurement for requisition processing

    Procured third rail has been delivered

    95% of procured DC traction miscellaneous material has been delivered

    Communication material inner duct and cable have been delivered

    COST An overall VHL02 savings is expected due to large scale

    advance procurement for Stage 2 materials The budget of VHL02 was increased to purchase two mo-

    tor generators for Harold signal power separation. Meet-ings are being held regarding contract purchase and award of the motor generators.

    58.7% of the VHA02 current contract value has been invoiced and paid as of March 2014, which is the same as last month. The EAC has not changed from last month.

    96.7% of the VHL02 current contract value has been invoiced and paid as of March 2014, up from 95.2% last month. The EAC has not changed from last month.

    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14Harold ConstructionProcure Harold Material Stage 2 (VHA/L02)

    Contractor: Various

    Construction Manager: Peter Malvese

    Federal Grant: ARRA Stimulus Funds NY-36-

    0002 (Only VHL02)

    None

    MITIGATION N/A

    CRITICAL ISSUES

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    FINANCIAL SUMMARY VHL02

    FINANCIAL SUMMARY VHA02

    EACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims.

    EACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims.

    $11,317,452

    $11,165,322

    $6,552,539

    $6,552,539

    $11,317,452

    Budget$11,317,452

    Contract$11,165,322

    Invoiced$6,552,539

    Paid to Date$6,552,539

    EAC$11,317,452

    ESA Regional Investment

    $23,964,861

    $23,183,118

    $22,410,168

    $22,410,168

    $23,964,861

    Budget$23,964,861

    Contract$23,183,118

    Invoiced$22,410,168

    Paid to Date$22,410,168

    EAC$23,964,861

    ESA Regional Investment

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    Description: This includes the procurement of seven Harold Interlocking Central Instrument Locations (CILs) and one Point Interlocking CIL and the purchase of a fully operational Vital Microprocessor-Based Interlocking Con-trol System for the referenced interlockings. This system will operate the new Harold Interlocking configuration and eventually connect to the new GCT tunnels.

    MITIGATION Will be assessed upon LIRRs direction Issue no additional changes to Harold Interlocking

    SCHEDULE PROGRESS Four of the six delivered CILs have been set on site. H2 and H1 CILs will be delivered by Ansaldo in the next three months.

    CRITICAL ISSUES Implementation of Civil Speed Restrictions on the LIRR will have an impact on the CIL cutover schedules Constant changes to the Harold footprint in order to mitigate/improve construction sequencing and/or operational issues

    are resulting in additional cost and schedule impacts to both the vital signal system and non-vital supervisory control sys-tem. Scope changes are absorbing limited signal design resources.

    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14Harold Construction

    Harold and Point CILs (VH051 Part 1)

    Contractor: Ansaldo STS USA, Inc. (ASTS)

    Construction Manager: Chuck Miller

    FTA Grant: NY-03-0344

    LOOK AHEAD Complete delivery of the last two CILs

    COST Two contract modifications have been executed, which is the same as last month. 72.3% of the VH051 Part 1 current contract

    value has been invoiced and paid as of March 2014, down from 73.0% that was mistakenly reported last month. The finan-cials have been corrected to include Non-ESA budget, invoices, and expenditures. The EAC decreased from the $30,243,343 reported last month because a potential modification was disputed, so it was removed and may become a claim. The EAC includes three pending and potential modifications totaling $2,119,000, which is the same as last month.

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    1st Quarter Plan: 7.0%

    Actual: 6.0%

    Cumulative Plan: 82.0%

    Actual: 78.0%

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    MILESTONES

    FINANCIAL SUMMARY

    SITE MAPEACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims.

    $33,402,120

    $25,475,497

    $19,395,434

    $19,395,434

    $28,576,275

    $382,534

    $382,534

    $1,364,313

    Budget$33,784,654

    Contract (Award/Mods)$26,839,810

    Invoiced$19,395,434

    Paid to Date$19,395,434

    EAC$28,958,809

    ESA Regional Investment Other Modifications

    Current Actual/Baseline Forecast Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

    Notice to Proceed 5/11/09 5/11/09 (0 days)Complete POINT CIL set 11/6/11 11/6/11 (0 days)Complete H4 CIL 7/27/12 7/27/12 (0 days)Complete H5 CIL 6/20/13 6/20/13 (0 days)Complete H6 CIL 10/31/13 10/31/13 (0 days)Complete 30 Loc Hut 10/31/13 10/31/13 (0 days)Complete H1 CIL 2/5/14 6/5/14 (+120 days)Complete H2 CIL 3/31/14 4/30/14 (+30 days)Complete H3 CIL 2/8/13 2/8/13 (0 days)Substantial Completion 7/1/15 7/31/15 (+30 days) Final Completion 8/28/15 8/28/15 (0 days)

    Current Baseline Actual/Forecast

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    Description: This procurement contract requires purchase of a fully operational Harold Tower Supervisory Control System (HTSCS) for control of signals at Harold and Point Interlocking.

    SCHEDULE PROGRESS

    MITIGATION Work with ARINC and Ansaldo to insure all updates to the Interlocking footprint have been incorporated. Amtrak resources

    are critical to insure changes are made to PSCC.

    PSCC and HTSCS systems are on-site. HTSCS testing is on-going in anticipation of the POINT cutover.

    CRITICAL ISSUES Graphics changes need to be confirmed for all future cutovers to support schedule

    LOOK AHEAD POINT cutover

    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14Harold ConstructionHarold Tower Supervisory Control System (VH051 Part 2)

    Contractor: ARINC, Inc.Construction Manager: Chuck Miller FTA Grant: NY-03-0344

    VH051 PART 2 PROGRESS CURVE

    COST Six contract modifications have been executed, which is the same as last month. 96.9% of the VH051 Part 2 current contract

    value has been invoiced as of March 2014, up from 92.4% last month. 88.5% of the current contract value has been paid, which is the same as last month. The EAC decreased from the $7,921,474 reported last month because an option that was reported in the EAC last month was not included this month. The EAC includes two pending and potential modifications total-ing $400,000, which is also the same as last month.

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    Cumulative Plan: 93.0%

    Actual: 88.0%

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    FINANCIAL SUMMARY

    SITE MAP

    MILESTONES

    EACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims.

    Current Actual/Baseline Forecast Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

    Notice to Proceed 2/3/09 2/3/09 (0 days)Delivery of HTSCS Control Systems

    3/16/10 10/8/10 (+206 days)

    Delivery of FHACS - 5/9/12 Substantial Completion 8/24/10 7/31/15 (+1,802 days) Final Completion 5/3/12 8/28/15 (+1,212 days)

    Current Baseline Actual/Forecast

    2012 2013 2014 20152009 2010 2011

    $8,581,222

    $7,221,475

    $6,995,244

    $6,393,602

    $7,621,475

    Budget$8,581,222

    Contract$7,221,475

    Invoiced$6,995,244

    Paid to Date$6,393,602

    EAC$7,621,475

    ESA Regional Investment

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    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14

    SUMMARY OF COMPLETED CONTRACTS ($ IN MILLIONS)

    Substantial Completion

    Project Description/ Contractor NTP Plan Actual Original Budget at

    Award

    Final Budget

    Total Scope Completed

    Value of Scope

    Transferred

    Status Remarks

    Orig. Revised

    Manhattan/BronxCM001 Highbridge YardHighbridge Yard Contractors

    09/05/01 04/15/03 04/15/03 12/04/03 $ 80.1 $ 75.6 Y Closed

    CM002- GCT Expansion Joint Replacement and Structural Closures J-Track LLC

    05/09/11 07/02/12 07/02/12 07/02/12 4.8 4.8 Y Open Final invoice to be processed

    CM008 - Madison Yard Site Clearance Gramercy Group, Inc.

    03/09/09 06/02/10 04/10/11 04/10/11 40.9 42.7 Y Open In close out phase

    CM009 - Manhattan Tunnels ExcavationDragados/Judlau (DJ)

    07/10/06 03/31/12 09/30/13 09/30/13 449.4 431.9 N (17.5) Open Multiple scope moves were made during the life of this contract both into and out of CM009. The main movement out of CM009 occurred as a result of a settle-ment between MTACC and DJ to move $42.8 million out of CM009 to CM012 and CS179. This is offset by the $25.3 million that was transferred into CM009.

    CM014MP - Early Work for GCT and Facilities Fit-OutThe Urban Group, Ltd.

    03/27/13 10/13 10/13 12/13 2.0 2.0 Y Open

    CM016 Manhattan Approach Tunnels Excavation Kiewit Constructors, Inc.

    02/23/04 08/20/04 08/20/04 08/18/04 11.8 11.1 Y Closed

    CM017 GCT East Yard Remediation Tully Environmental Inc.

    01/06/03 10/03/03 10/03/03 09/26/03 2.2 1.8 Y Closed

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    SUMMARY OF COMPLETED CONTRACTS ($ IN MILLIONS)

    Substantial Completion

    Project Description/ Contractor NTP Plan Actual Original Budget at

    Award

    Final Budget

    Total Scope Completed

    Value of Scope

    Transferred

    Status Remarks

    Orig. Revised

    CM019 Manhattan Structures Part 1 Dragados-Judlau (DJ)

    04/01/08 03/31/12 06/01/13 05/31/13 756.0 794.7 Y 34.4 Open In close out phase. Ad-ditional scope was com-pleted and transferred from various contracts into CM019: CM012, CS078, CM004, CM013A, CM009, and CS179

    FMM02 GCT East Yard Track & Signal Modifications MNR F/A

    12/01/02 12/09 12/09 12/08 58.7 24.6 Y Closed All scope completed, savings realized

    FM216 MNR Traction Power MODs & 13.2kV Loop TC Electric

    09/25/08 06/30/10 06/30/10 06/30/10 14.5 17.0 Y Closed

    CS770 GCT Flat Cars Procurement J-Track, LLC

    11/17/08 02/09 03/09 03/09 2.4 2.3 Y Closed

    CS780 Madison Yard Preparation T. Moriarty and Sons, Inc.

    05/14/08 12/08 04/09 09/09 4.4 4.9 Y Closed

    CS790 GCT Protection Works Ad-Tech Enterprises

    10/23/08 10/09 09/10 10/08/10 12.8 13.0 Y Closed

    CS800 GCT Instrumentation Wang Technology, LLC.

    06/28/08 06/09 09/09 09/09 7.1 7.5 Y Closed

    VM022 MNR Locomotives Brookville Equipment Corp.

    12/01/02 01/09 01/09 05/11/09 5.8 5.5 Y Closed

    QueensCQ025 Demolition of Superior Reed Bldg and Preparation of Yard A Tully Environmental, Inc.

    11/05/02 07/02/03 09/15/03 09/15/03 5.3 5.6 Y Closed

    CQ026 Open Cut Excavation at Bellmouth Kiewit Construction, Inc.

    10/07/02 09/07/03 11/25/03 11/25/03 16.8 18.7 Y Closed

    CQ027 Arch St Yard and Shop Facility Slattery Skanska/Edwards & Kelcey

    07/09/02 06/28/04 11/30/04 12/31/04 77.1 77.1 Y Closed

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    SUMMARY OF COMPLETED CONTRACTS ($ IN MILLIONS)

    Substantial Completion

    Project Description/ Contractor NTP Plan Actual Original Budget at

    Award

    Final Budget

    Total Scope Completed

    Value of Scope

    Transferred

    Status Remarks

    Orig. Revised

    CQ028 Queens Open-Cut Excavation Pile Foundation Construction Co., Inc.

    04/27/06 04/15/08 10/22/08 06/08 121.5 62.8 N (59.8) Closed Contractor was default-ed. Scope was not com-pleted and transferred to various contracts: CQ039, CQE28-01, CQE28-02, CQ031

    CQE28-01 Emergency Work Civil/Structural Railroad Construction Co., Inc.

    06/08 10/09 10/09 12/09 6.5 8.0 Y 2.0 Closed Scope transferred from defaulted contract CQ028

    CQE28-02 Queens Emergency Work Environmental Impact Environmental Consulting, Inc.

    07/14/08 08/09 01/10 02/10 8.8 2.9 N (5.2) Closed Scope was not com-pleted and transferred to CQ031

    CQ031 - Queens Bored Tunnels and Structures Granite-Traylor-Frontier Joint Venture (GTF)

    09/28/09 09/12 09/12 11/13 756.8 786.6 Y Open Close out is in progress

    CQ039 - Northern Boulevard CrossingSchiavone/Kiewit, a Joint Venture (SK)

    02/03/10 10/05/11 08/01/12 09/30/13 89.2 102.1 Y 2.6 Open Close out is in progress

    CS810 Queens Instrumentation Wang Technology

    05/06/09 05/10 05/11 09/11 3.0 3.1 Y Open In close out phase

    FQA36 Arch Street Yard Access Amtrak Amtrak F/A

    11/14/04 09/01/05 06/23/06 06/23/06 3.8 3.4 Y Closed

    FQL36 Arch Street Yard Access LIRR LIRR F/A

    11/14/04 09/01/05 06/23/06 06/23/06 8.3 4.9 Y Closed

    FQL35 Wood Interlocking LIRR LIRR F/A

    07/05 10/08 10/08 11/08 26.9 27.1 Y Closed

    HaroldVH055 Switch Exchange System (Procurement) Plasser American Corp.

    12/20/02 06/27/04 05/29/05 09/30/05 17.7 17.2 Y Closed

    VHA01 Procure Harold Materials Stage 1 Amtrak Various

    06/06/06 07/08 09/29/10 09/09 5.1 5.1 Y Open Processing final invoice

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    Substantial Completion

    Project Description/ Contractor NTP Plan Actual Original Budget at

    Award

    Final Budget

    Total Scope Completed

    Value of Scope

    Transferred

    Status Remarks

    Orig. Revised

    VHL01 Procure Harold Materials Stage 1 LIRR Various

    06/26/07 01/09 03/10 09/09 8.3 8.3 Y Open Processing final invoice

    CS099 Advanced Procurement of Third Party MaterialsVarious

    03/10 03/11 03/11 03/11 37.9 16.6 N (20.7) Closed Scope was not complet-ed and was transferred to CS179, CS284, and VS086

    FHA62 F Interlocking CIH Amtrak Force Account

    09/11/08 08/10 07/11 08/11 8.2 8.2 Y Open Processing final invoice

    VQ065 - Loop Interlocking CILs Amtrak

    09/12/12 03/14 03/14 10/13 2.7 2.7 Y Open Awaiting final invoices from Amtrak

    Subtotal $ 2,656.8 $ 2,599.8Value of scope transferred ($ 66.2) -

    Total $ 2,590.6 $ 2,599.8

    SUMMARY OF COMPLETED CONTRACTS ($ IN MILLIONS)

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    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14

    CONTRACT PACKAGING PLAN REV.10.0

    Contract Packaging Plan Rev 10.0 was updated and distributed in March 2014

  • Feb 2014 Preliminary

    Project Budget

    Current Budget Awarded Value Invoiced Paid to Date Forecast

    Engineering $706,910,398 $706,910,398 $621,126,661 $620,578,360 $599,802,206 $706,910,398Construction 7,230,916,480 7,230,916,480 4,663,767,896 3,563,736,548 3,454,281,012 7,230,916,480OCIP 288,913,620 288,913,620 187,960,159 156,904,955 156,904,955 288,913,620Management 925,930,891 925,930,891 644,933,079 562,003,049 557,690,462 925,930,891Real Estate 166,318,314 166,318,314 110,793,747 108,761,571 108,761,571 166,318,314Rolling Stock 7,500,000 7,500,000 0 0 0 7,500,000Projectwide Reserve 367,000,000 367,000,000 0 0 0 367,000,000

    Total $9,693,489,703 $9,693,489,703 $6,228,581,542 $5,011,984,483 $4,877,440,206 $9,693,489,703Change from 4th quarter 2013 $1,448,489,703 $1,448,489,703 $789,779,774 $123,616,005 $95,324,315 N/A

    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14

    MARCH BUDGET STATUS

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    The Budget has been revised to reflect the February 2014 Preliminary Project Budget. In the 1st quarter of 2014, the following contracts have been

    awarded: Manhattan North Structures (CM006) and Systems Package 1 - Facilities Systems (CS179).

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    PROJECT FUNDING STATUS (AS OF MARCH 31, 2014) ($ IN MILLIONS)

    Total Budget (exclusive of financing costs) $9,693.4Total Commitments to Date $6,540.6

    MTA Capital Programs Budget Fund Source

    Federal LocalNew Starts Other

    New Starts ARRA1995-1999 $158 $64.0 0 0 $93.72000-2004 1,534 754.0 0 31.0 775.52005-2009 2,683 1618.6 195.4 31.0 810.82010-2014 3,154 0 0 5.0 3,149.02015-2019 2,165 0 0 0 717.0

    Total $9,693 $2,436.6 $195.4 $67.0 $5,546.0

    Totals may not add due to rounding. Does not include rolling stock reserve.

    Value of Contract Awards $5,438.8 Federal Share of Contract Awards 2,030.0 37.3%

    Local Share of Contract Awards 3,408.8 62.7%

    Value of finance charges incurred (based on prorated share from $665.6 million*

    This is being reevalauted and will be updated in the next quarterly report.

    Summary of Federal Grants Received ($ in millions)Grant No. FTA Award Date FFY Obligation Amount Disbursement

    NY-03-0344-01-12 + ARRA N/A 1998-2010 $1,748.3 $1,748.3NY-03-0344-13 22-Jun-12 2011 215.0 131.6

    Subtotal ESA New Starts Grants $1,963.3 $1,879.9NY-90-X467 (MNR&LIRR) 29-Mar-02 2002 15.2 15.2NY-03-0395 (LIRR) 20-Feb-02 2002 7.5 7.5

    NY-03-0406 (MNR) 12-May-03 2003 5.0 5.0

    NY-90-X489 (MNR) 08-Aug-03 2003 1.1 1.1

    NY-03-0427 (LIRR) 01-Mar-05 2005 2.0 2.0

    NY-05-0108 (LIRR) 27-Jun-06 2006 2.7 2.7

    NY-05-0109 (LIRR) 24 Jul -07 2007 5.8 5.8

    NY-95-X002 ESA (CMAQ) 14-Sep-07 2007 6.6 6.6

    NY-95-X009 ESA (CMAQ) 13-Jan-09 2008 2.3 2.3

    NY-95-X015 ESA (CMAQ) 22-Sep-09 2009 2.3 2.3

    NY-95-X025 ESA (CMAQ) 23-Sep-10 2010 11.6 11.6

    NY-95-X037 ESA (CMAQ) 01-Jan-13 2012 4.6 -

    Subtotal Non-New Starts Grants $66.7 $62.1Total All Grants $2,029.9 $1,942.0

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    STATUS OF PROJECT CONTINGENCY

    ESA Contingency BalanceFeb 14 Preliminary

    Project BudgetFebruary

    Contingency1st Quarter Drawdown

    Contingency Balance

    Pre Award Contingency (AFI) $92,855,208 $92,855,208 0 $92,855,208Post Award Contingency (AWO) 278,800,412 278,800,412 13,446,498 265,353,914Sub-Total 371,655,620 371,655,620 13,446,498 358,209,122Risk Contingency 367,000,000 367,000,000 0 367,000,000

    Total $738,655,620 $738,655,620 $13,446,498 $725,209,122

    Contingency Drawdown in 1st QuarterExecuted Modifications/New Exposures Total Contingency

    DrawdownBudget Mod # AFI AWO

    Harold Structures Part I CH053 ($12,153,326) $0 ($12,153,326)Harold Structures Part 2A CH054A $3,031,477 $0 $3,031,47744th St Vent Plant/245 Park Ave CM004 ($132,000) $0 ($132,000)Manhattan South Structures - CM005 $14,883,834 $14,883,83450th Street Vent Plant Facility - CM013 ($1,222,349) $0 ($1,222,349)55th Street Vent Plant Facility - CM013A $625,467 $625,467GCT Concourse Facilities Ph I CM014A ($401,778) ($401,778)Plaza Substation and Queens Structures CQ032

    $9,297,436 $0 $9,297,436

    Northern Boulevard Crossing CQ039 ($482,263) ($482,263)

    Total Executed Modifications $13,446,498 $0 $13,446,498

    Budget Mod #s are not assigned to executed contract Mods

    Scope TransfersNone

    Total Scope Transfers $0 $0 $0

    Other AdjustmentsNone $0Total Other Adjustments $0Total 1st Quarter Drawdown $0 $13,446,498

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    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14

    OPERATIONAL READINESS/LIRR START UP

    CURRENT WORK EFFORT Coordinated presentation and preparation of three certifica-

    tion packages (Harold Early Stage 3 - Amtrak Force Account (FHA03), Manhattan Tunnels Excavation (CM009), and North-ern Boulevard Crossing (CQ039)) for approval by the System Safety Certification Committee

    Prepared the white paper on incident command and response and presented it to the senior level management group con-sisting of Vice Presidents from LIRR, MNR, and MTACC

    Continued development of processes and organization of working groups consisting of design, construction manage-ment and quality representatives to support safety certification

    of contract packages in construction2ND QUARTER 14 LOOK AHEAD

    Ongoing coordination and preparation of certification packag-es for design and construction for presentation to the System Safety Certification Committee in future months

    Continue support for development of processes and proce-dures for safety certification

    Continue facilitating technical working groups for contracts in construction, identifying documentation requirements for certifiable elements

    Finalize the white paper on incident command and response

    CONSTRUCTION SAFETY

    QUALITY ASSURANCECURRENT WORK EFFORT

    Completed 2013 Q4 quality audits for all active contracts and issued results

    Continued monitoring of all third party construction contrac-tors quality programs

    Continued oversight of the General Engineering Consultant (GEC) construction phase services quality assurance process

    Conducted quality assurance kickoff meetings with new contracts

    Performed additional 3D laser scans to verify as-built con-ditions and provide quality check to contractor submitted information

    Began review of active contracts Site System Safety Certifi-cation process and checklists along with instituting monthly checks of their progress

    Tracking of active contracts close-out binder and status Continued review and monitoring of the Subsurface Utility

    Engineering (SUE) services for location of buried utilities and structures

    Checked project control network from Queens to Manhattan and set additional primary control for all contracts to use

    2ND QUARTER 14 LOOK AHEAD Perform 2014 Q1 quality audit on all active contracts Complete 3D laser scans of all remaining tunnels and caverns Perform process audits on selected work items and specifica-

    tion requirements for active contracts Conduct quality assurance training for new contracts Perform SUE investigation for various new design packages

    and continue review and monitoring of the SUE services for location of buried utilities and structures

    Provide training and workshops on the ESA quality program to active contracts

    CURRENT WORK EFFORT Continued to perform bi-weekly walkthroughs with the FDNY

    and MTACC Started to provide safety oversight to new contract Manhattan

    South Structures (CM005) Reviewed Safe Work Plan for Harold Structures - Part 3 West-

    bound Bypass (CH057A) 1st quarter safety assessments performed and finalization in

    process

    2ND QUARTER 14 LOOK AHEAD Continue maintaining a safety culture with the contracts Revisit and update all contractor Emergency Action Plans/Safe

    Work Plans/logistic maps Reviewing and tracking trends on daily hazard logs Kick-off meetings for Manhattan North Structures (CM006) and

    Systems Package 1 - Facilities Systems (CS179) scheduled for April

    SYSTEM SAFETY AND SECURITY

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    RAILROAD SYSTEMS12 MONTH CUMULATIVE RUNNING TOTAL OF LTA AND BLS RATES

    CH053, CH054A, CH057A, CM004, CM013, CM013A, CM014A, CQ031, CQ032, CQ039

    CURRENT WORK EFFORT GCT Concourse and Facilities Fit-Out (CM014B) Continued-

    finalizing and preparing the contract for bid

    48th Street Entrance (CM015) Continued working with the building owner of 415 Madison Ave. regarding a modified approach to the entrances construction in which significantly more of the work inside the building would be constructed by the building owner

    2ND QUARTER 14 LOOK AHEAD Negotiate the change order to the Vertical Circulation Esca-

    lators and Elevators (VM014) contract Advertise the GCT Concourse & Facilities Fit-Out (CM014B)

    contract for bid Work with the 415 Madison Ave. building owner to establish a

    Work Agreement for the structural design work to be under-taken by the building owner

    GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL

    RAILROAD SYSTEMS

    CURRENT WORK EFFORT Systems Package 1 - Facilities Systems (CS179) - CS179

    was approved by the MTA Board for award at the January 2014 Board meeting. The Notice of Award and Notice to Pro-ceed was signed on March 31, 2014.

    Systems Package 3 - Signal Equipment Procurement (VS086) - VS086 was approved by the MTA Board for award at the January 2014 Board meeting. Prepared contract execution documents.

    2ND QUARTER 14 LOOK AHEAD Systems Package 2 - Tunnel Systems (CS284) Reviewing

    contract packaging opportunities Systems Package 4 - Traction Power System (CS084) Issue

    documents for procurement

    2.30 2.27 2.25 2.23 2.23 2.22 2.22 2.23 2.23 2.23 2.23 2.22

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    Apr-13 May-13 Jun-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Sep-13 Oct-13 Nov-13 Dec-13 Jan-14 Feb-14 Mar-14

    LTA BLS

    1) Chart shows available rates at the time this Quarterly Report is published2) Lost Time Accident (LTA) rates represent incidents per 200,000 work-hours3) Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) / National Industry Average Rates published in 2013

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    OPERATIONAL READINESS/LIRR START UPCURRENT WORK EFFORT

    Began development of a revised outline and draft of Volume 3 (Monitoring) of the Rail Activation Plan jointly with LIRR and MNR

    Provided ongoing technical support for the Rail Activation quarterly review process and other reporting and documenta-tion activities in partnership with LIRR and other participants

    Provided ongoing technical support for the safety certification process, including support for continuing development of cer-tification processes and procedures and support for a System Safety Certification Committee meeting held in February

    Began development of the operational readiness component of the East Side Access Integrated Project Schedule

    Continued review of asset listings and training of contractors to support populating the asset templates by contractors

    Continue collaboration with LIRR ESA and Special Projects on development of service codes that will be used during the interim maintenance process

    2ND QUARTER 14 LOOK AHEAD Conduct multiple joint workshops with LIRR and MNR to de-

    fine the core business processes for monitoring the execution of the Rail Activation Plan

    Continue testing initial application uploads in Maximo Continue ongoing technical support for the Rail Activation

    quarterly review process and other reporting and documenta-tion activities in partnership with LIRR and other participants

    Continue ongoing technical support for the safety certification process, including working group and future System Safety Certification Committee meetings

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    OPERATIONAL READINESS/LIRR START UP

    The quarterly environmental field audit of Queens and Man-hattan contractors is scheduled for April 9 and 11, 2014

    Bi-weekly environmental walkthroughs with contractors and environmental coordinators are being held regularly by project environmental engineers. Environmental deficiencies are

    reported to construction managers via bi-weekly walkthrough reports.

    Conducted weekly visits to Manhattan vent plant sites to address community concerns and ensure that appropriate mitigation remained in place

    ENVIRONMENTAL MITIGATION

    CURRENT WORK EFFORT Sent contract award notifications for Harold Structures - Part 3

    Westbound Bypass (CH057A) to Queens elected officials

    Convened 4th quarter 2013 Construction Advisory Committee meeting for 55th Street

    Sent 4th quarter ESA Community Newsletters to Manhattan and Queens constituencies

    Performed site visits to all Queens and Manhattan project sites to view ongoing work and to identify and address any potential negative community impacts

    Monitored and logged snow removal efforts by ESA construc-tion management

    Provided notifications and addressed community inquiries and concerns regarding activities and schedules of work on 37th Street by Manhattan South Structures (CM005)

    Implemented a Unifier business process for project related complaints, inquiries and requests for community outreach

    Began outreach to Community Board 5 and 6 in Manhattan and elected officials in Queens to provide updates on ESA activities

    Met with Arts for Transit & Urban Design to discuss additional

    plans for the artwork installation at Roosevelt Island and bud-geting needs for future installations elsewhere on the project

    Convened monthly construction progress meetings with representatives of the Yale Club to discuss ongoing impacts from work by 44th Street Demolition and Construct Fan Plant Structure and 245 Park Ave. Entrance (CM004)

    Distributed flyers and sent email notification regarding planned overnight work by Harold Structures Part 1 and GO2 Substation (CH053) in proximity to the Sunnyside Garden community

    Developed landscaping improvement plan for the 37th Street and Park Avenue site

    Continued to address inquiries and issues regarding the blast-ing and excavation activites at 55th Street

    2ND QUARTER 14 LOOK AHEAD: Continue providing property owners and other area stakehold-

    ers timely notifications regarding construction activities

    Send contract award notifications and begin outreach plan-ning for future contracts

    Perform regular site visits to evaluate and address conditions and community impacts

    PUBLIC OUTREACH

    CURRENT WORK EFFORT Continued working with the expeditor, Gillman Consulting

    Inc., who is assisting the project in filing the NYC Department of Buildings application required to make repairs to privately owned columns that extend into the lower train shed (GCT Concourse and Facilities Fit-Out Early Work (CM014A))

    Worked with 335 Madison Avenues building manager and other property representatives to obtain access for GEC per-sonnel to observe existing conditions and for the environmen-tal consultant to inspect and collect samples from those areas where the Station Masters Office/Terminal Management Center and the Biltmore Elevators will impact that building

    (GCT Concourse and Facilities Fit-Out (CM014B)) Met with a representative of 200 Park Avenues consulting en-

    gineer, Severud Associates, to explain ESAs need to extend two existing elevator shafts down, which will result in interfer-ence with the existing footings for two columns that support 200 Park Avenue. The work on those elevator shafts will be done under Manhattan Cavern Structure and Facilities Fit-Out (CM007).

    Visited Madison Yard with representatives of 250 Park Avenue to discuss and see the buildings strut (horizontal structural steel member) that needs to be lowered to facilitate the con-struction of the 47th Street Cross Passageway Connection

    REAL ESTATE

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    HISTORIC AND PRESERVATION ISSUES

    CURRENT WORK EFFORT There wasnt any archaeological monitoring conducted in

    the past three months. Harold Structures - Part 3 Westbound Bypass (CH057A), which will construct westbound bypass structures may disturb archeological sensitive area #6B next quarter. The project Archaeologist will be notified prior to any disturbance of sensitive areas and excavation will take place under his/her direction as per approved Construction Protec-tion Plan.

    2ND QUARTER 14 LOOK AHEAD MTACC will continue to consult with the New York State Histor-

    ic Preservation Office (SHPO) and the FTA, when necessary, on issues related to the preservation and protection of cultural resources in the Area of Potential Effect, in accordance with the ESA Programmatic Agreement

    2ND QUARTER 14 LOOK AHEAD: Meet with the MTA Real Estate Department to discuss the

    easements required from the property located at 41-02 North-ern Boulevard in the Borough of Queens (Block 0183, Lot 0040). Existing catenary poles are in the way of future tracks to train yard, so new catenary poles need to be erected on an adjacent privately owned property (Harold Structures - Part 3, EBRR Structure, D Phase 2 & B/C Approach (CH058))

    Continue discussions with the MTA Real Estate and Legal Departments regarding the temporary easement required from the Gaseteria property to reconstruct a retaining wall on railroad property under the Mid-Day Storage Yard Facility (CQ033), and an access agreement needed to maintain the rail or fence installed on top of that retaining wall

    Continue working with the 300 Park Avenues representative with respect to having their authorized signatory sign and return the Department of Buildings application that will allow ESAs contractor to make repairs to their buildings deteriorat-ed structural members (GCT Concourse and Facilities Fit-Out Early Work (CM014A))

    REAL ESTATE (CONT)

  • 1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14Federal Railroad Administration High Speed Intercity Passenger Rail Grant

    Harold Structures Part 3 Westbound Bypass Structures (CH057, CH057A, CH053, CQ031) The Westbound Bypass tunnel enables Amtrak trains entering Harold Interlocking from the Hell Gate Line to be routed into Penn Station East River Tunnel (ERT) Line 2 conflict free, thereby decreasing the number of potential service delays which will be caused by current service levels. Construction of the grade sepa-rated Westbound Bypass will reduce travel times through Harold Interlocking and allow Amtrak to increase service.

    Harold Structures Part 3 Eastbound Reroute (CH058) Eastbound Reroute tunnel enables Amtrak trains entering Harold Interlocking from Penn Station to be routed into the Hell Gate Line Track 2 decreasing the number of conflicts and thereby reducing the number of service delays which will be caused by current service levels. Construction of the Eastbound Reroute will reduce travel times through Harold Interlocking and allow Amtrak to increase service.

    Loop & T Interlocking - Direct F/A & Procurement (FQA65, VQ065) Modification of the existing Loop Track interlocking (installation of Central Instrument Locations (CILs) and crossovers) provides additional routing east of the Amtrak car washer. This routing permits efficient access by Amtrak from the Amtrak Bypass track to the southern existing Sunnyside Yard storage tracks.

    Harold Stage 3 and 4 Force Account (FHA/L03, FHA/L04, VHA/L03, VHA/L04) Includes railroad agency force account direct labor, equipment and procurement of materials for construc-tion of the Westbound Bypass and Eastbound Reroute. Construction includes the modification/relocation of catenary and installation of new signals.

    Building Demolition (CQ033) Demolition of Amtrak Buildings 7 & 8

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    1ST QUARTER HIGHLIGHTS WITH A LOOK AHEAD TO NEXT QUARTER

    CURRENT WORK EFFORT FRA is drafting an amendment to MTAs High-Speed Intercity

    Passenger Rail (HSIPR) Grant to allow for the spending of all federal funds prior to using local match funds (tapered match). ESA will provide a Harold Interlocking status update, including revised schedule and HSR budget in the 2nd quar-ter of 2014 before the grant amendment is finalized.

    The amendment to the Service Outcome Agreement (SOA) was signed by the MTA and Amtrak

    On November 21, 2013, MTACC issued a Notice of Award and Limited Notice to Proceed to Harold Structures Joint Ven-ture for the Task 2: Westbound Bypass (CH057A) contract. Following the SOA signoff, the FRA granted approval to issue a full Notice to Proceed for CH057A on March 7, 2014 and MTACC issued the full NTP to the contractor on March 10, 2014. The contract value is $104.3M, of which $103.3M is expected to be funded under the HSIPR grant. The contrac-tors initial work scope consists of engineering and submittals, survey and mobilization, well point design and installation, procurement of material for soldier and secant piles, and procurement of jacked tunneling equipment and other related equipment. Amtrak and LIRR issued permits needed to advance these initial work stages.

    NYSDOT approved the corresponding Amtrak and LIRR Ac-cess and Protection (A&P) agreements required for CH057A: FHL57A (LIRR A&P) was approved on December 19, 2013 and FHA57A (Amtrak A&P) was approved January 3, 2014

    The 100% design drawings for Replacement of Amtrak Car Washer: CH059 Harold Structures Part 4 (Task 6) were sub-mitted to the FRA on March 3, 2014

    The 100% design drawings for Demolition of Amtrak Build-ings: CQ033 Mid-Day Storage Yard Facility (Task 7) were submitted to the FRA on March 27, 2014

    NYSDOT approved Part 1 of the Amtrak Project Initiative for Task 5: Loop Interlocking (FQA65) on January 6, 2014. Part 1 is for signals, Part 2, which is for track, is scheduled to be submitted by the end of the 2nd quarter 2014.

    The MOU with LIRR for FHL03 and the PI with Amtrak for FHA03 covering Procurement of Stage 3 Harold Materials were sent to NYSDOT on March 5, 2014

    MTA and LIRR have been working collaboratively with the FRA to compile the necessary information in order to move forward with the Buy America Waiver request. LIRR is cur-rently contacting potential vendors to determine their interest in submitting a bid to produce the required material. LIRR has

    completed its research and is drafting a Buy America Waiver letter.

    PLANNED WORK EFFORT Finalize FRA Grant Amendment to include tapered match lan-

    guage and the proposed Harold Repackaging Plan, including the corresponding schedule and budget updates

    Complete review and submission to FRA of Amtrak PI for FQA65 Part 2 (Track)

    Submit the 100% design for: Task 2 - Westbound Bypass: CH057 Harold Structures

    Part 3, reflecting re-sequencing of contract scope items

    Task 3 - Eastbound Re-route: CH058 Harold Structures EBBR, reflecting re-sequencing of contract scope items

    Task 4 - Westbound/Eastbound Force Account: FHA04 Harold Stage 4 Amtrak, FHL04 Harold Stage 4 LIRR, VHA04 Procure Harold Materials Stage 4 Amtrak, and VHL04 Procure Harold Materials Stage 4: LIRR

    Task 5 - Submit design revisions for Task 5: Loop Inter-locking (FQA65)

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    DESIGN MILESTONES

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    Area Contract Number

    Contract Name

    Forecasted Date Comments

    Design Submitted

    90% 100%

    Que

    ens

    CQ033 Mid-Day Storage Yard Facility

    Current Month

    Done Done GEC submitted the 100% de-sign and LIRR comments are being addressed. Sign and seal is expected in the 2nd quarter.

    Previous Month

    Done Done

    FQA65 Loop Inter-locking CIL - Amtrak F/A

    Current Month

    Done Done GEC submitted the 100% design and the change to concrete ties is being done as a design mod and is expected to be completed by April.

    Previous Month

    Done Done

    Har

    old

    CH057 Harold Struc-tures - Part 3 48th Street Bridge, D Approach Phase 1 & EBRR East Approach

    Current Month

    Done 06/14 100% repackaging is due in June.

    Previous Month

    Done Done

    CH058 Harold Struc-tures - Part 3, Eastbound Bypass Structure, D Phase 2 & B/C Approach

    Current Month

    08/14 10/14 MTA Board approved this repackaging effort in March. The mod is in process and expected to be issued to the GEC in April.

    Previous Month

    08/14 10/14

    CH059 Harold Struc-tures -Part 4, Car Washer

    Current Month

    Done Done GEC will sign and seal in April.

    Previous Month

    Done Done

    FHA/L04VHA/L04

    Harold Stage 4 - Force Account

    Current Month

    Done Done An on-board review meeting with the railroads will be sched-uled for April. 100% drawings will be sent to FRA in the 2nd quarter.

    Previous Month

    Done Done

    Based on 4/1 CSSR

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    TASK CONTRACT DESCRIPTION DESIGN CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AGENCY AGREEMENTSSUBMITTED TO

    FRAAPPROVED

    BY FRASENT TO NYSDOT

    APPROVED BY NYSDOT

    PI APPROVED

    (AMTRAK)

    MOU APPROVED

    (LIRR)

    PI/MOU APPROVED BY NYSDOT

    NOTICE TO PROCEED

    ISSUEDWestbound Bypass2 CQ031 Harold Structures - Part 3 WBBY Slab 4/17/12 5/4/12 5/1/13 5/2/13 N/A N/A N/A N/A2 CH053 Harold Structures - Part 3 WBBY Structure

    Removal4/17/12 5/4/12 6/13/13 6/18/13 N/A N/A N/A N/A

    2 CH057A Harold Structures - Part 3 WBBY 4/17/12 5/4/12 5/16/13 6/20/13 N/A N/A N/A N/A2 FHL57A Harold Structures - Part 3 WBBY LIRR (A&P) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 8/29/13 12/19/13 N/A2 FHA57A Harold Structures - Part 3 WBBY Amtrak (A&P) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 12/19/13 1/3/14 N/A2 CH057 Harold Structures - Part 32 FHA057 Harold Structures Part 3 - Amtrak2 FHL057 Harold Structures Part 3 - LIRREastbound Reroute2 CH058 Harold Structures - EBRR2 FHA058 Harold Structures EBRR - Amtrak2 FHL058 Harold Structures EBRR - LIRRWestbound/Eastbound Force Account 4 FHA/L03* Harold Stage 3: Amtrak - Summer Track Outage 10/4/12 10/15/12 7/10/13 7/16/13 8/9/13 8/29/13 10/1/13 N/A4 FHA/L03* Harold Stage 3: LIRR - Summer Track Outage 10/4/12 10/15/12 7/10/13 7/16/13 8/9/13 8/29/13 10/1/13 N/A4 FHA/L03* Harold Stage 3: Amtrak (Force Account) 10/4/12 10/15/12 N/A N/A 11/18/13 N/A4 FHA03 Harold Stage 3: Amtrak (Catenary) 5/8/13 6/14/13 N/A N/A N/A4 FHA/L03* Harold Stage 3: LIRR (Force Account) 10/4/12 10/15/12 N/A N/A N/A 11/21/134 FHA04 Harold Stage 4: Amtrak4 FHL04 Harold Stage 4: LIRR4 VHA03 Procure Harold Materials Stage 3 - Amtrak 5/8/13 6/14/13 7/26/13 9/26/13 N/A N/A N/A N/A4 VHL03 Procure Harold Materials Stage 3 - LIRR 5/8/13 6/14/13 7/26/13 9/26/13 N/A N/A N/A N/A4 VHA04 Procure Harold Materials Stage 4 - Amtrak4 VHL04 Procure Harold Materials Stage 4 - LIRR

    SUMMARY OF BUDGET AND FUNDING

    Federal DisbursementsGrant No. Title Award Date Obligated

    AmountAmount

    DisbursedAmount

    RemainingFR-HSR-0065-11-01-00-NY FRA-NYSDOT Aug, 2011 $294,781,579 $428,159 $294,353,420

    FRA GrantTotal Project Cost Federal Local Match

    $368,476,974 $294,781,579 $73,695,395

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    TASK CONTRACT DESCRIPTION DESIGN CONTRACT AGENCY AGREEMENTSSUBMITTED TO

    FRAAPPROVED

    BY FRASENT TO NYSDOT

    APPROVED BY NYSDOT

    PI APPROVED

    (AMTRAK)

    MOU APPROVED

    (LIRR)

    PI/MOU APPROVED BY NYSDOT

    NOTICE TO PROCEED

    ISSUEDLoop Interlocking5 FQA65 Loop Interlocking CIL: Amtrak (Part 1 Signals) 90% Design

    3/15/13 100% Design

    5/2/13

    7/13/13 N/A N/A 10/21/13 N/A 1/6/14 N/A

    5 FQA65 Loop Interlocking CIL: Amtrak (Part 2 Track) 90% Design 3/15/13

    100% Design 5/2/13

    7/13/13 N/A N/A N/A N/A

    5 VQ065 Loop Interlocking CIH 1/11/12 5/17/12 5/17/12 5/18/12 5/10/12 N/A 5/18/12 9/12/12Replacement of Car Washer6 CH059 Harold Structures - Part 4 3/4/146 FHA59 Harold Structures - Part 4: Amtrak N/A6 FHL59 Harold Structures - Part 4: LIRR N/ADemolition of Amtrak Buildings7 CQ033 Middday Storage Yard Facility - Bldgs #7 & 8 3/27/147 FQA33 Midday Storage Yard: Amtrak N/A

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    STATUS OF SUBMISSIONS AND APPROVALS (CONT)

    Indicates Active Construction

    Indicates Completed Construction

    *Summer Outage Force Account work was billed to FHA03 and FHL03.

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    PROPOSED BUDGET

    TASK DESCRIPTION GRANT APPROVED

    BUDGET*

    FEB 2014 PRELIMINARY

    BUDGET*

    CONTRACT AWARD

    INVOICEDTOTAL FEDERAL LOCAL

    1 Work Plan - - - - - -2 Westbound Bypass $171,657,634 $181,662,430 $125,644,684 $5,717,303 $4,484,952 $1,121,238

    CQ031: Harold Structures - Part 3 WBBY Slab - $4,392,893 $4,025,000 $4,025,000 $3,220,000 $805,000 FQA31: Harold Structures - Part 3 WBBY Slab (Access

    and Protection) - $1,245,189 $1,245,190 $1,245,190 $996,152 $249,038

    CH053: Harold Structures - Part 3 WBBY Structure Removal

    - $369,000 $336,000 $336,000 $268,800 $67,200

    CH057A: Harold Structures - Part 3 WBBY** $171,657,634 $117,920,000 $103,300,000 - - - FHA57A: Harold Structures - Part 3 WBBY Amtrak

    (A&P)- $15,404,570 $11,077,291 $48,135 - -

    FHL57A: Harold Structures - Part 3 WBBY LIRR (A&P) - $7,045,602 $5,661,203 $62,978 - - CH057: Harold Structures - Part 3 - $31,816,717 - - - -

    FHA57: Harold Structures Part 3 - Amtrak - $2,351,465 - - - - FHL57: Harold Structures Part 3 - LIRR - $1,116,995 - - - -

    3 Eastbound Reroute $87,827,530 $106,711,958 - - - - CH058: Harold Structures - EBRR $83,676,159 $87,641,431 - - - -

    FHA58: Harold Structures EBRR- Amtrak $2,011,101 $10,471,087 - - - - FHL58: Harold Structures EBRR- LIRR $2,140,270 $8,599,440 - - - -

    4 Westbound/Eastbound Force Account $55,533,194 $104,012,644 $5,106,100 $5,037,142 $4,029,714 $1,007,428 FHA03: Harold Stage 3: Amtrak - $10,608,828 $2,400,000 $2,331,139 $1,864,911 $466,228

    FHL03: Harold Stage 3: LIRR $46,176,531 $26,613,545 $2,706,100 $2,706,003 $2,164,802 $541,201 FHA04: Harold Stage 4: Amtrak $823,950 $26,465,680 - - - -

    FHL04: Harold Stage 4: LIRR - $4,282,632 - - - - VHA03: Procure Harold Materials Stage 3 - Amtrak $7,551,185 $19,072,904 - - - -

    VHL03: Procure Harold Materials Stage 3 - LIRR - $5,703,841 - - - - VHA04: Procure Harold Materials Stage 4 - Amtrak $981,528 $10,297,876 - - - -

    VHL04: Procure Harold Materials Stage 4 - LIRR - $967,340 - - - - 5 Loop Interlocking $31,790,018 $35,781,021 $11,626,226 $1,821,761 $1,457,408 $364,352

    FQA65: Loop Interlocking CIL: Amtrak (Signals Only - track to follow)

    $27,184,234 $33,163,652 $9,008,857 $595,977 $476,782 $119,195

    VQ065: Loop Interlocking CIL $4,605,784 $2,617,369 $2,617,369 $1,225,784 $980,627 $245,157 6 Replacement of Amtrak Car Washer $17,759,513 $58,297,906 - - - -

    CH059: Harold Structures - Part 4 $17,759,513 $47,822,145 - - - - FHA59: Harold Structures - Part 4: Amtrak - $5,735,096 - - - -

    FHL59: Harold Structures - Part 4: LIRR - $4,740,666 - - - -

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    PROPOSED BUDGET (CONT)

    TASK DESCRIPTION GRANT APPROVED

    BUDGET*

    FEB 2014 PRELIMINARY

    BUDGET*

    CONTRACT AWARD

    INVOICEDTOTAL FEDERAL LOCAL

    7 Demolition of Amtrak Buildings $3,909,085 $4,315,499 - - - -CQ033: Midday Storage Yard Facility- Bldgs # 7,8 $3,622,635 $2,662,824 - - - -

    FQA33: Midday Storage Yard: Amtrak $286,450 $1,652,675 - - - -8 Administrative Costs - $59,739,036 $34,819,668 $19,904,957 $15,923,966 $3,980,991

    SC800 - Construction Management by PMC - $15,641,246 $11,307,302 - - - SP819 - Consultant Const Mgmt Services - $8,540,045 $6,573,168 $2,965,759 $2,372,607 $593,152

    Owner Controlled Insurance - $16,939,198 $16,939,198 $16,939,198 $13,551,358 $3,387,840 CPS - Engineering Support to Construction - $8,618,547 - - - -

    Contingency - $10,000,000 - - - -Total $368,476,974 $550,520,495 $177,196,678 $32,481,163 $25,896,040 $6,474,010

    *An updated proposed Grant budget is in development. Grant Approved Budget will be revised upon receipt of concurrence from FRA and NYSDOT.**A full Notice to Proceed was issued on March 10, 2014.

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    PROCUREMENT MILESTONES*

    Contract Number Contract Name Procurement Construction

    Ready for Proc. (S&S +

    Div1)

    Advertise Advertised Bid Date

    Expected Bid Date

    Notice to Proceed

    Substantial Completion

    Forecasted Date

    Forecasted Date

    Forecasted Date

    Forecasted Date

    Forecasted Date

    Forecasted Date

    CQ033 Mid-Day Storage Yard Facility

    11/1/14 12/1/14 3/9/15 4/20/15 7/5/15 10/25/18

    CH057 Loop Box and D Ap-proach, EBRR West Approach & Tunnel and B & C Approach

    7/7/14 7/21/14 9/8/14 9/22/14 11/3/14 7/29/16

    CH058 Harold Structures - Part 3, EB Bypass Structure, D & B/C Approach

    11/3/14 2/24/15 4/6/15 4/20/15 7/2/15 3/31/18

    CH059 Harold Structures - Part 4

    4/30/14 9/2/16 11/28/16 11/28/16 2/1/17 6/22/18

    FHA03 Amtrak Harold Stage 3 - Force Account

    3/26/13A n/a n/a n/a 5/31/14 8/15/18

    Amtrak Harold Stage - Catenary

    8/30/13 A n/a n/a n/a 5/31/14 8/15/18

    FHL03 LIRR Harold Stage 3 - Force Account

    3/26/13 A n/a n/a n/a 6/1/14 8/14/17

    LIRR Harold Stage 3 - Catenary

    8/30/13 A n/a n/a n/a 6/1/14 8/14/17

    FHA04 Amtrak Harold Stage 4 - Force Account

    5/15/14 n/a n/a n/a 3/7/15 12/14/18

    Amtrak Harold Stage 4 - Catenary

    5/15/14 n/a n/a n/a 3/7/15 12/14/18

    FHL04 LIRR Harold Stage 4 - Force Account

    5/15/14 n/a n/a n/a 8/23/14 12/14/18

    VHA04 Procure Materials for Harold Stage 4 - Am-trak F/A

    5/15/14 n/a n/a n/a 9/8/14 12/14/18

    VHL04 Procure Materials for Harold Stage 4 - LIRR F/A

    5/15/14 n/a n/a n/a 6/5/14 12/14/18

    *Dates reflect incorporating the preliminary results of the cost and schedule review jointly undertaken by MTACC, MTAOCO, Independent Engineer, a Supplemental Independent Engineer and the Federal Transit Administration. Based on the 4/1 CSSR.

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    ACTIVE CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS SUMMARY ($ IN MILLIONS)

    Current Value Cost Expenditure %

    Complete***

    Substantial Completion***

    Project Description/Contractor**

    Status Budget at Award

    Original Contract Award***

    Current Approved

    Contract***

    Remaining Budget

    Total Budget

    Estimate at Completion*

    Plan Actual Invoiced NTP Plan Forecast

    Orig. Revised

    FHA03 - Harold Stage 3 Amtrak Force Account Line 2 and 4 TracksAmtrak

    NO 10.6 2.4 2.4 8.2 10.6 10.6 100.0% 100.0% 2.3 07/19/13 N/A 08/13 08/13

    FHL03 - Harold Stage 3 LIRR Force Account Line 2 and 4 Tracks

    NO 26.6 2.7 2.7 23.8 26.5 26.5 100.0% 100.0% 2.7 07/19/13 N/A 08/13 08/13

    FQA65 - Amtrak Loop Interlocking CILAmtrak

    NO 33.8 4.5 4.5 28.7 33.2 33.2 8.6% 8.0% 4.5 01/09/14 07/18 08/18 09/18

    CH057A - Harold Structures - Part 3 Westbound Bypass

    NO 113.6 104.3 104.3 25.8 130.1 104.3 - - 0.0 12/02/13 01/16 01/16 02/16

    *EACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims. **Please refer to the CH053 summary sheet for information regarding the Regional Investment portion. ***Contract Awards for Force Account work (FHA03, FHL03, FQA65) are made on an annual basis.

    For more information, please refer to the individual contract summaries.

    Status Critical Path (CP) Near Critical (NC) Not Critical (NO)

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    Description: Demolish and rebuild tracks on Line 2 and 4 for Westbound Bypass Under Track Slab Con-struction; Reinstall tracks and 3rd rails on Line 2 and 4; Install new 2,911 feet track panels on Line 2 and Line 4 tracks including 580 feet over the track slab; All of the work will be performed during the summer long term Line 2 and Line 4 track out of service, July 19 to Aug 19, 2013.

    SCHEDULE PROGRESS

    MITIGATION N/A

    No work this period

    CRITICAL ISSUES None

    COST Award amount is for summer outage work only 97.1% of the FHA03 current contract value has been invoiced as of March 2014, which is the same as last month. 92.0% of

    the current contract value has been paid, up from 40.9% last month. The EAC has not changed from last month.

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    Harold Stage 3 - Amtrak Force Account (FHA03)

    Contractor: Amtrak

    Construction Manager: Peter Malvese

    FRA Grant: FR-HSR-0065-11-01-00-NY

    LOOK AHEAD Pending initiation of additional Stage 3 work in June

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    MILESTONES

    FINANCIAL SUMMARY

    SITE MAPEACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims.

    Current Actual/Baseline Forecast J F M A M J J A S O N D

    Commence Early Stage 3 7/19/13 7/19/13 (0 days)Remove & Install Track Line 2 7/19/13 7/19/13 (0 days)Line 2 Track Back to Serv ice 8/5/13 8/5/13 (0 days)Remove & Install Track Line 4 8/3/13 8/3/13 (0 days)Line 4 Track Back to Serv ice 8/19/13 8/19/13 (0 days)Complete Summer Outage 8/20/13 8/20/13 (0 days)

    Current Baseline Actual/Forecast

    2013

    $10,608,828

    $2,400,000

    $2,331,139

    $2,208,568

    $10,608,828

    Budget$10,608,828

    Contract$2,400,000

    Invoiced$2,331,139

    Paid to Date$2,208 ,568

    EAC$10,608,828

    ESA Regional Investment

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    Description: Install two switches with point protected: 3121W aka ZI1 (Line 4 to Future Westbound Bypass) and 835 aka AG1 (WWD LI Passenger to WBY). Demol-ish and rebuild track and third rail on Line 4 (~600 LF) at east of Honeywell Street. Line 4 work will be performed during the summer long term Line 2 and Line 4 track out of service, July 19 to Aug 19, 2013. AG1 will be installed September 14, 2013.

    MITIGATION N/A

    SCHEDULE PROGRESS No work this period

    CRITICAL ISSUES None

    COST Award amount is for summer outage work only 99.4% of the FHL03 current contract value has been invoiced as of March 2014, which is the same as last month. The EAC

    has not changed from last month. FHL03 is paid out FQL99, which is an account several LIRR force account packages are paid from. $26M has been paid out of FQL99 to date.

    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14Federal Railroad Administration High Speed Intercity Passenger Rail Grant

    Harold Stage 3 - LIRR Force Account (FHL03)

    Contractor: Long Island Rail Road

    Construction Manager: Peter Malvese

    FRA Grant: FR-HSR-0065-11-01-00-NY

    LOOK AHEAD Pending initiation of additional Stage 3 work in June

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    MILESTONES

    FINANCIAL SUMMARY

    SITE MAPEACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims.

    Current Baseline Actual J F M A M J J A S O N D Commence Early Stage 3 7/19/13 7/19/13 (0 days)Install 3132W (ZI1) Switch 8/10/13 8/10/13 (0 days)Remove & Install Track Line 4 8/3/13 8/3/13 (0 days)Line 4 Track Back to Serv ice 8/19/13 8/19/13 (0 days)Complete Summer Outage 8/20/13 8/20/13 (0 days)Install 835 (AG1) Switch 9/14/13 9/14/13 (0 days)

    Current Baseline Actual/Forecast

    $26,465,680

    $2,722,448

    $2,706,003

    $26,465,680

    Budget$26,465,680

    Contract$2,722,448

    Invoiced$2,706,003

    Paid to Date$0

    EAC$26,465,680

    ESA Regional Investment

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    Description: Installation and cutover of Loop and T Central Instrument Houses and all associated huts and cases. Install all signal troughs and cables. Install new sig-nal apparatus including cutover to new color signal lights. Demolition of retired signal cable and apparatus. Install and cutover of fourteen (14) new switches; 19A(HD1), 19B(HD2), 99(HD3), 763(NW2), 91A(NW3), 91B(NW4), 99(NW5), 21A(CH1), 21B(CH2), 12A(CH3), 12B(CH4), 19A(99), 19B(CH5), and DS2.

    Contractor: Amtrak

    Construction Manager: Peter Malvese

    Federal Grant: FR-HSR-0065-11-01-00-NY

    LOOK AHEAD Continue troughs and conduit installation from F2J to LOC

    A and LOC B signal cases for new Loop CIH Continue material delivery and survey for future trough and

    track installation

    MITIGATION ESA and Amtrak are working on resequencing the catenary schedule to coordinate with the weekend outage. The weekend

    work will mitigate a duration lost in the first quarter.

    Continued the installation of troughs from F2J signal hut to LOC A signal case (780 LF completed) along Loop 1 track

    Commenced the installation of temporary conduits (210 LF) from LOC A to LOC B signal cases along south of Train-

    Washer on Loop track Material delivery and survey for future trough and conduit

    installation are in progress

    SCHEDULE PROGRESS

    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14Federal Railroad Administration High Speed Intercity Passenger Rail Grant

    Loop Interlocking CIL - Amtrak (FQA65)

    The Substantial Completion date is tied with Amtrak ET-Catenary resources. There was a low production rate in the first quar-ter due to the weather (snow) and sending the team to support the Contractor on another project.

    CRITICAL ISSUES

    FQA65 PROGRESS CURVE

    COST 100% of the FQA65 current contract value has been invoiced and paid as of March 2014, which is the same as last month.

    0%

    10%

    20%

    30%

    40%

    50%

    60%

    70%

    80%

    90%

    100%

    0

    2

    4

    6

    8

    Dec

    -13

    Jan-

    14

    Feb-

    14

    Mar

    -14

    Apr

    -14

    May

    -14

    Jun-

    14

    Jul-1

    4

    Aug

    -14

    Sep-

    14

    Oct

    -14

    Nov

    -14

    Dec

    -14

    Jan-

    15

    Feb-

    15

    Mar

    -15

    Apr

    -15

    May

    -15

    Jun-

    15

    Jul-1

    5

    Aug

    -15

    Sep-

    15

    Oct

    -15

    Nov

    -15

    Dec

    -15

    Jan-

    16

    Feb-

    16

    Mar

    -16

    Apr

    -16

    May

    -16

    Jun-

    16

    Jul-1

    6

    Aug

    -16

    Sep-

    16

    Oct

    -16

    Nov

    -16

    Dec

    -16

    Jan-

    17

    Feb-

    17

    Mar

    -17

    Apr

    -17

    May

    -17

    Jun-

    17

    Jul-1

    7

    Aug

    -17

    Sep-

    17

    Oct

    -17

    Nov

    -17

    Dec

    -17

    Jan-

    18

    Feb-

    18

    Mar

    -18

    Apr

    -18

    May

    -18

    Jun-

    18

    Jul-1

    8

    Aug

    -18

    Current Baseline

    Actual

    1st Quarter Plan: 8.6%

    Actual: 8.0%

    Cumulative Plan: 8.6%

    Actual: 8.0%

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    MILESTONES

    FINANCIAL SUMMARY

    EACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims.

    $33,163,652

    $4,531,636

    $4,531,636

    $4,531,636

    $33,163,652

    Budget$33,163,652

    Contract$4,531,636

    Invoiced$4,531,636

    Paid to Date$4,531,636

    EAC$33,163,652

    ESA Regional Investment

    Current Actual/Baseline Forecast Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

    Commence FQA65 1/9/14 1/9/14 (0 days)T - CIH Cutover 3/8/15 6/14/15 (+98 days)Loop - CIH Cutover 1/10/16 2/28/16 (+49 days)Substantial Completion 8/12/18 9/1/18 (+20 days)

    Current Baseline Actual/Forecast

    2017 2018 20192014 2015 2016

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    Description: Construction of jacked shield tunnel, ap-proach structures, direct fixation track and electrical sys-tems for the Westbound Bypass Structure to be located along the mainline tracks at F Interlocking and Harold Interlocking. Contract work also includes the installation of catenary and signal bridges along the Westbound Bypass alignment.

    SCHEDULE PROGRESS Notice to Proceed: Received full Notice to Proceed on March 10 Submittals and Permits: The baseline schedule has been re-

    viewed and comments were provided to the contractor. Received Long Island Well Permit (LIWP) from NYSDEC. Permit allows drilling of dewatering wells. Received Lead Abatement Permit from LIRR. Received Amtrak Temporary Access Permit. Con-tinued submitting subcontractors and vendors for MTA approval. Submitted Construction Work Plans (CWP) and Safety Work Plans (SWP) for lead abatement of existing catenary structures and signal bridges in preparation for demolition.

    Mobilization: Commenced coordination with Amtrak to mobilize to yard and trailers previously occupied by GTF under contract

    CQ031. Established seismic inspection procedures for fire line.

    Survey: Commenced locating and survey of as-built areas for future Westbound Bypass west approach location, monitoring wells, and piezometers. Surveyed existing catenary structures to be demolished.

    Jacked Tunnel Shield Design: The Contractor elected to pursue the Jacked Shield Tunnel method as shown in the CH057A con-tract to construct the Westbound Bypass Tunnel after concluding the alternate means and methods they investigated were not feasible. The CM coordinated design review meetings between Contractors tunnel shield designers and the GEC to expedite final approval of the shield design.

    CRITICAL ISSUES Differing Site Condition at Signal Bridge 30: Contractors survey found an existing manhole at the location of Signal Bridge 30 north

    foundation. The manhole may impact completion of Signal Bridge 30 which is a requirement for Interim Milestone 1.

    1st Quarter Jan, Feb, Mar 14Federal Railroad Administration High Speed Intercity Passenger Rail Grant

    Harold Structures - Part 3 Westbound Bypass (CH057A)

    Contractor: Harold Structures Joint Venture

    Construction Manager: Stephen Conenna

    FRA Grant: FR-HSR-0065-11-01-00-NY

    Submittals and Permits: Finalize Detailed Cost Breakdown and the baseline schedule. Engineering submittals for critical contract scope such as Signal Bridges, Signal Tower 14, Westbound Bypass Jacked Shield Tunnel, Dewatering System and support of excavation for Westbound Bypass Approach Structures expected.

    Jacked Tunnel Shield Design: Finalize Jacked Tunnel Shield design and jacking sequence

    Mobilization and Survey: Mobilize to Amtrak yard west of 39th St. Bridge to be used as a storage yard. Mobilize to a portion of the

    Amtrak yard near the Q-Tip currently occupied by Perini under contract CQ032 to setup water treatment facility. Mobilize for abatement and demolition of existing Signal Bridge 846E (signal bridge 12) and catenary structures.

    Demolition of Existing Catenary Structures and Signal Bridges: Commence abatement of Signal Bridge 12, and existing catenary structures prior to demolition

    Fabrication: Commence fabrication of catenary structures, Signal Tower 14, Signal Bridge 13

    LOOK AHEAD

    MITIGATION Differing Site Condition at Signal Bridge 30: The GEC has issued revised drawings with a solution for the existing manhole interfer-

    ence at Signal Bridge 30 north foundation. In addition, Interim Milestone 1 for Signal Bridge 24 and 30 will be revised as the date for Signal Bridge 30 from an overall program perspective has been postponed. The new proposed Interim Milestone date for Signal Bridge 30 is August 1. The previous need date for both signal bridges was July 14.

    COST No contract mods have been executed and none are included in the EAC. 0.0% of the CH057A current contract value has been invoiced

    as of March 2014, down from the 2.4% that was erroneously reported last month. The EAC has not changed since last month.

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    SAFETY Reviewed Safe Work Plans Mobilization continues and prepping for upcoming

    work

    Safety StatisticsLTIR 0.00, B.L.S. (Bureau of Labor Standards) 1.70

    LTIR represents inci-dents that occurred for every 200,000 manhours worked.

    CH057A PROGRESS CURVE The preliminary schedule is currently under review

    MILESTONES

    FINANCIAL SUMMARY

    Current Actual/Baseline Forecast Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

    Notice to Proceed 12/2/13 12/2/13 (0 days)Complete Signal Bridge 24 & 30 7/14/14 8/13/14 (+30 days) Complete Signal Bridge 16 8/15/14 8/10/14 (-5 days) Substantial Completion 1/31/16 2/25/16 (+25 days)Final Completion 4/30/16 5/25/16 (+25 days)

    Current Baseline Actual/Forecast

    2012 2013 2014 2015 20172016

    EACs do not include possible contract mods and future claims.

    $12,210,000

    $1,000,000

    $0

    $1,000,000

    $117,920,000

    $103,300,000

    $0

    $103,300,000

    Budget$130,130,000

    Contract(Award/Mods)$104,300,00

    Invoiced$0

    Paid to Date$0

    EAC$104,300,000

    ESA Regional Investment Modifications

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