Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 1 Facility Advisory Committee LINAC Coherent Light Source Project Conventional.

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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 1 Facility Advisory Committee LINAC Coherent Light Source Project Conventional Facilities Overview and Status Scope, Schedule, and Budget J. Albino
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 2 Exec. CF Committee R. Claus, J. Jobe B. Miller M. Reichanadter Turner Bill Jangraw Project Executive CF Construction Organization
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 3 Beneficial Occupancy Dates Front End Enclosure JUL08 Central Utility Plant JUL08 Undulator Hall JUL08 Near Experimental Hall JUL08 Beam Dump JUL08 Beam TransferJ UL08 Xray/Diagnostics SEP08 Far Experimental Hall SEP08
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 4 CONVENTIONAL FACILITIES ~90% Scope completed to date: Beneficial Occupancy Beam Transport Hall West (BTHwest) Co-occupancy Beam Transport Hall (BTH) to Near Experimental Hall (NEH) Beam Transport Hall West upgrades Natural Gas Line New service line from Pacific Gas & Electric Substation S522 Sector 20 (LCLS Injector Facility) Magnet Measurement Facility Beam Transport Hall Switchboard Sector 21-30 AC Power Upgrade
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 5 Turner Construction Contract
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 6 BTH Headhouse looking west
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 7 BTH Headhouse looking west
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 8 BTH looking east
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 9 BTH looking east into Undulator Hall UNDULATOR MAGNET STANDS
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 10 Electron Beam Dump
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 11 Near Experimental Hall Subbasement looking west
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 12 Finishing the Final Floor Slab in X-ray Tunnel
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 13 Far Experimental Hall south rib Installing re-bar in the Far Experimental Hall Far Experimental Hall Structural Shell
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 14 Far Experimental Hall west wall
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 15 Construction Adit Backfilling
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 16 Backfill operation over Beam Dump and FEE
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 17 BTH looking east
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 18 Surface Restoration in Research Yard
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 19 Next 6 Months CONSTRUCTION Complete Site Grading Complete Mechanical / Electrical / Plumbing installations Complete Surface Restoration (curb and gutters, site drainage, etc.) Complete Punch Lists Turner / Conventional Facilities Commissioning Close-out Trade Contracts Close-out Turner Contract (before December 2008)
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 20 Next 6 Months (cont.) ADMINISTRATION / DESIGN Turner Claim CF Staff Assignments Design of Far Hall Hutches Conceptual Design / prelim. cost estimate Spring/Summer 08 Final Design / cost estimate Fall/Winter 08 Construction Complete by Nov 09 Design of Space Renovation for Offices Design start in 2 nd Quarter of Fiscal Year 2009. Construction complete 3 rd Quarter of Fiscal Year 2010
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 21 Schedule Delays Waterline breaks Lab Operations Undulator Hall slab Saturated Soils at storm drain NEH waterproofing (delayed other trades) Late delivery of elevator for NEH Productivity issues with electrical trade contractor; misc. steel Resolution of trade contract scope of work (AIC Painting: Seismic bracing) Weather Contingency Winter 2006: below average (good) Winter 2007: about average (minor impact) 100-year storm in January 2008 Schedule Mitigation Re-sequencing of activities Additional work force for electrical installations System modifications to allow work to proceed (water valves)
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 22 Conventional Facilities Level 3 Milestones: (6 month lookahead) Conventional FacilitiesDate Near Experimental Hall Co-Occupancy21-Apr-2008 CUP S522 Substation Beneficial Occupancy30-Apr-2008 Undulator Facility Beneficial Occupancy20-May-2008 Near Experimental Hall Beneficial Occupancy20-May-2008 Front End Enclosure Beneficial Occupancy20-May-2008 Beam Dump Beneficial Occupancy20-May-2008 Central Utility Plant Beneficial Occupancy20-May-2008 Beam Transport Hall Beneficial Occupancy20-May-2008 Far Experimental Hall Co-Occupancy22-Jul-2008 X-Ray Transport Co-Occupancy22-Jul-2008 Far Experimental Hall Beneficial Occupancy22-Aug-2008 X-Ray Transport Beneficial Occupancy22-Aug-2008
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 23 Conventional Facilities Performance TECOPC % CompleteSPICPI% CompleteSPICPI Conventional Facilities79.9%1.00 13.9%1.021.24
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 24 Cost to Go at WBS Level 3 (as of APR08) 1.09 Conventional Facilities $M, Burdened, Escalated TEC Estimate to Complete Contingency %Contingency Total Estimated Cost (TEC) 27.3228.3%7.72 1.09.01 System Management & Integration5.2014.6%0.76 1.09.02 Title 1 & Title 2 Conventional Facilities0.000 1.09.03 Construction-T3 Conventional Facilities22.1231.5%6.96 1.09.03 includes FEH hutches and space renovation construction estimates
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 25 Integrated Safety Management Define Work Trade Contractor Task Plan Analyze Hazards Job Safety Analysis reviewed and approved by Safety Pre-Task Meeting conducted by foreman/crew members Develop Controls Personal Protective Equipment Special Tools / Training Safety Oversight Perform the Work Zero Accidents Stop and Evaluate Changes in the Work or Controls Work within Pre-task plan Obtain Feedback and Improve Safe Performance Observations Monthly Safety Meetings Safety Recognition Programs Elicit feedback from the crews through direct communication
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 26 Total Project Hours 1.73 M Hours worked LCLS Collaboration 1.27 M Hours worked 2 DART Incidents None in past 24 months LCLS Sub-Contractors 108 K Hours worked No Injuries TCCo 348 K Hours Worked 8 DART Incidents DART Rate Note: Injury rates based on 200 K hours (100 man years) of effort. PROJECT SAFETY EXPERIENCE 29 March 2008
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 27 CONVENTIONAL FACILITIES Project (Turner) Safety Performance History LCLS Prepares for Field Work to begin Safety Record as part of selection process Site Safety and Health Plan Driving home the message Result: Procedural Violations Actions Stand Down of Construction Activities Review of Approval Process for field work Review of Project safety statistics Analyze Hazards / Define Controls inadequate Check/correction of existing documentation Turner Construction in full swing Data points indicate rising trends (near misses) Paperwork trivialized by CM/GC and trade contractors Result: Injury to Concrete Pump Operator Actions: Stand Down of Construction Activities CM/GC and trade Personnel changes / fines levied Letter to Turner Corporate Joint Safety Stewardship Committee established
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 28 CONVENTIONAL FACILITIES Safety Performance (continued) Turner Construction over the hump Injury rate increases (DART rate above national average) Turner personnel and trade personnel changes / fines levied Tunnel contractor begins to de-mobilize Result: Serious injuries (shoulder and hand) Actions: Work Activity stopped. Trade personnel changes made Safety statistics reviewed Perform the Work inadequate Letter to Turner Corporate Plan for joint observation and monitoring of the work planning and execution prepared. Review of JSA / Pre-task meeting notes Attendance at each Pre-task meeting (Turner augmented by CF UTRs) Monitoring Specific trade contractors or activities for safe work practices We own Safety. It is our obligation to complete the project injury free!
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 29 Issues (and Mitigation) Site Security and Safety Safety Statistics Re-emphasis on Safe Work November 20, 2007 Stand-down Safety Stewardship Additional Staff defined and constantly evaluated Construction Delays Site Conditions Saturated soils Waterproofing Cut-and-cover structures Above average precipitation
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 30 Issues (and Mitigation) cont. Technical Systems Construction Tolerances Undulator Hall tunnel invert slab Clearance zones for follow-on work Integration management and site walks Disputes and Claims Known Claims Request for Arbitration = $4.5M Request for Equitable Adjustment = $ 1.5M Total / Percent of May08 EAC = $6 / $88 = 6.8%
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 31 Summary Good Progress - Beneficial Occupancy of BTH to NEH is imminent. Staff replenished after key personnel left the project. Emphasis on cost control - continue to critically review change requests Interface with DOE, SLAC, Tech. Systems, CM/GC to get buy in on procedures Increased visibility of Line Management show promising return with respect to safety. Co-occupancy successful and relatively seamless.
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  • Jess Albino CF Breakout Session 5albino@slac.stanford.edu June 17, 2008 32 End of presentation

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