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Accelerated Construction Technology Transfer Toolkit
Why conduct an ACTT workshop?
Hosting an ACTT workshop gives your agency the opportunity to:
The best way to learn how ACTT can help you is to learn how it has benefited others. The resources in this chapter provide examples of how ACTT workshops have helped agencies nationwide.
ODOT realized an estimated $15.8 million in savings for the $360M I-40 Crosstown project.
"This was a worthwhile and beneficial effort," says ODOT Project Development Engineer John Bowman. "The process was a well defined and structured process that does not need changing."
LaDOTD reduced the construction timeframe from 225 proposed days to 125 actual days for its I-20 project.
"The workshop incorporated people familiar with similar construction projects but without the predetermined limitations set by local communities and departments."
As a result of MDT's first ACTT workshop, Montana's US 93 project on the Flathead Indian Reservation incorporated a host of recommendations, including:
"It was a very useful workshop. The results benefited the project as well as practices across the State. However, the workshop was late in the design process so wasn't as effective as it had the potential to be."
As a result of its ACTT workshop, NHDOT revised its project completion goal from 12 years to 6 years for its I-93 Improvements Project.
The agency incorporated a number of ACTT recommendations, including:
New Hampshire's ACTT workshop also resulted in notable organizational changes: