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Clark County, Las Vegas, NV

BOULDER CITY BYPASS PART 1 PACKAGE 3 DESIGN SERVICES

CEEC, Inc. was the DBE subconsultant for the Package 3 Phase 1 of the Boulder City Bypass which consists of a realigned portion of US 93/US95 mainline to Silverline Road just north of the US 95. The Design Services consisted of a design and constructability review of the NDOT 100% prepared design plans including development of a construction schedule and a production-based cost estimate for the project. In addition, bid set of plans were developed and Special Provisions for a concrete structural section for alternative bidding purposes. CEEC, Inc. Staff assigned to the project were a Senior Professional Engineer who reviewed and provided comments on the "100s" General Provisions Sections of the NDOT developed Special Provisions and provide input on the integration of the PCCP alternative bid and the required revisions to the Special Provisions as well as the bid schedule to accommodate the alternative bid; and a Scheduler who utilized the project bid items and quantities to develop a production-based schedule and depicted task interdependencies to determine reasonable working day estimate for the project.

Project Start Date:June 2014
Completion Date: October 2014
Key Staff: Eumelia A.S. Johnson, P.E., CEEC Project Manager, Jonna Sansom, P.E., Spec Review, Scott McArthur, Scheduler

Nevada Department of Transportation, Las Vegas, NV

I-15 SOUTH DESIGN BUILD PROJECT

Mel Johnson was assigned as the Office Engineer for the Construction Management Augmentation Team through the duration of the Construction. CEEC, Inc. was a subconsultant assigned to manage the close-out for this $246 million project that stretches from Silverado Ranch Boulevard to Tropicana Avenue along I-15. The project included widening I-15, addition of collector distributor roads (access roads), ramp improvements at five interchanges, 26 bridge structures including new bridges over I-15 at Warm Springs Road and Sunset Road, 35 retaining walls, 1.5 miles of sound walls, landscaping and aesthetics, ITS system, extension of Express Lanes from I-15 to Silverado Ranch, and crumb rubber overlay from I-215 to Tropicana. CEEC, Inc.'s scope of work were to identify tasks to close-out the project to completion per NDOT process, coordinate and conduct monthly project close-out meetings, review as-builts submitted by Contractor, summarize all materials test taken on the project including all failures and submit to Materials Division in Carson City NDOT Office, and assist in the audit of all Project documents.

Bid Structure: Design-Build
Competion Date: December 2013
Key Staff: Eumelia (Mel) Johnson, P.E., Office Engineer

Clark County Public Works, Las Vegas, NV

I-215 AIRPORT CONNECTOR PHASE I

CEEC, Inc. was a DBE subconsultant for the $35 million project to widen the existing I-215 Freeway and improve the operations by providing one additional basic lane in the eastbound and westbound directions between I-15 and Windmill Lane. To complete the project, a total of 14 bridges in five locations (Airport Connector, Paradise Road, Warm Springs Road, Robindale Road, and Duck Creek) were widened. CEEC, Inc. Staff assigned to the project full time were a Senior Inspector in charge night shift acitivities and a Schedule Review staff who reviewed the Contractor's Baseline Schedule and monthly progress schedules

Bid Structure: Design-Bid-Build
Completion Date: December 2013
Key Staff: John Ruttman, Senior Field Inspector & Jonna Sansom, P.E., Schedule Review

Federal Highway Administration, Mojave County, Arizona and Clark County, Nevada

HOOVER DAM BYPASS PROJECT

CEEC, Inc. was a subconsultant and the Environmental Compliance Mitigation (ECM) Manager for the $240 million project consisting of an alternative route to cross Hoover Dam from Nevada to Arizona located about 1,500 feet downstream from Hoover Dam with the construction of 2.2 miles of highway approach in Nevada, a 1,900-foot long bridge over the Colorado River, and a 1.1-mile highway approach in Arizona. As the ECM Manager, CEEC, Inc. provided environmental training to all new personnel on the project, provided quarterly report of findings for all widlife observed on the project including the status of the desert bighorn sheep crossing patterns, and updated the environmental mitigation matrix as necessary. Also completed daily inspection reports as the environmental monitor of the project.

Bid Structure: Design-Bid-Build
Completion Date: October 2010
Key Staff: Eumelia (Mel) Johnson, P.E., Environmental Mitigation Manager

Nevada Department of Transportation, Las Vegas, NV

DOWNTOWN PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLE IMPROVEMENTS PHASE II

Mel Johnson was assigned as the Office Engineer for the Construction Management Augmentation Team through the duration of the Construction. CEEC, Inc. was a subconsultant assigned to manage the close-out for this $246 million project that stretches from Silverado Ranch Boulevard to Tropicana Avenue along I-15. The project included widening I-15, addition of collector distributor roads (access roads), ramp improvements at five interchanges, 26 bridge structures including new bridges over I-15 at Warm Springs Road and Sunset Road, 35 retaining walls, 1.5 miles of sound walls, landscaping and aesthetics, ITS system, extension of Express Lanes from I-15 to Silverado Ranch, and crumb rubber overlay from I-215 to Tropicana. CEEC, Inc.'s scope of work were to identify tasks to close-out the project to completion per NDOT process, coordinate and conduct monthly project close-out meetings, review as-builts submitted by Contractor, summarize all materials test taken on the project including all failures and submit to Materials Division in Carson City NDOT Office, and assist in the audit of all Project documents.

Bid Structure: Design-Build
Competion Date: December 2013
Key Staff: Eumelia (Mel) Johnson, P.E., Office Engineer

Nevada Department of Transportation, Las Vegas, NV

NDOT 3619, READSV SR 604, Las Vegas, NV

Full Augmentation for roadway rehabilitation and concrete bus lanes on SR 604, Las Vegas Boulevard, from East Carey Avenue to 0.24 miles north of Craig Road.