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Arrow Performance Contracting for Construction on M-115 in Clare County, MI

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Appendix A: Showcase Agenda

Michigan Department of Transportation/Federal Highway Administration Performance Contracting for Construction Showcase September 30, 2008

  • Welcome and Introductions—Tony Kratofil, Bay Region Engineer, MDOT
  • Highways for LIFE Overview—Jim Steele, Division Administrator, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) MI Division
  • What is PCfC—Mark Robinson, Senior Transportation Engineer, SAIC
  • Award Process—Tom Fudaly, Engineering and Operations Manager, FHWA MI Division


  • MDOT Presentation—Bill Mayhew, Delivery Engineer, MDOT
  • Contractor Presentation—Aaron White, Vice President of Operations, Central Asphalt Inc.


  • Site Visit to M–115
  • Open Panel Discussion—All Speakers
  • Evaluations and Adjournment

Appendix B: Construction Congestion Cost (CO3) Output Form-115 Construction Based on Traditional Construction Methods

The CO3 output was developed by MDOT assuming a 24-hour flagging operation. In the output, the project length modeled is shorter than the project length for the M-115 project, because MDOT has maximum lengths that can be flagged at one time. Therefore, multiple stages would be needed to perform the work over the entire project.

Summary View - Flagging Operation part 1.

Summary View - Flagging Operation part 2.

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