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AG 10-046I:ETURN TO: � �/Z � I �. CITY O�' FEDERAL WAY LAV� DEPARTMENT iUEST FOR CONTRACT PREPARATION/DOCUMENT REVIEW/SIGivATURE ROUTING SLIP OR[GINATING DEPT./DIV: f�f,�� �-I 2_ ORIGINATING STAFF PERSON_ `[� f � av� �a � P�'�c EXT: '-`�. 7 "� 3. DATE REQ. BY: 4. TYPE OF DOCUMENT REQUESTED {CHECK ONE) O CONTRACTOR SELECTION DOCUMENT (E_G., RFB, RFP, RFQ) ❑ PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ SMALL PUBLIC WORK� CONTRACT ❑ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT � GOODSAND SERVICE AGREEMENT Cl HUMAN SERVICES / CDBG O REAL ESTATE DOCUMENT 0 SECURITY DOCUMENT (E.G. Borro x�tnrEO Doc�rrrs� ❑ ORUINANCE ❑ RESOLUTION ❑ CONTRACT AMENDMENT (AG#): n � ,�o�'t�R Lnc a,� A-eP,��u Pre I��� ��•ar� ��. t�v[ C+P !�[µ�{ TTd 1�C� LN-e� 5. PROJECT NAME: _�- S S� V 3 �D� S� v SOu'F"�r �,r� u� cI ��'�" �,¢, � o � 6. 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CONTRACT SIGNATURE ROUTING � SENT TO vENDOR/CONTRACTOR bATE SENT: .� � g( � ATTACH: SIGNATUREAUTHORITY, INSURANCECERTIF[CATE,LICENS S,EXHiBiTS INITIAL/ DATE SIGNED ❑ k�` SIGNATORY cM, , era� •I.�.Iryl /� art� �as � CITYCLERK ��5 F �d'ASSIGNEDA # AG#�('9- .P3 SIGNED COPY RETURNED DATE SENT: '�•2�p• (p CXYI :OMMENTS: r , � � u 5 ( � !O INIT[AL / DATE APPROVED DATE REC' D: S C� am 2r' � � washi�gton State Department of Transp�ortation Local Agency and Address Local Agency City of Federal Way Preliminary Engineering P.O. Box 9718 Participating Agreement Federal Way, WA 98063-9"718 Work by State - Actual Cosf Agreement Number GCA 6435 Sfate Route Number I-5 Region Northwest ,4dvance Payment Amot 94,285 Corrtrol Section Number 1727 Surety Bond Section ! Location I-5 South 320th Street Southbound Off- Attachments made a part of this agreement Exhibit "A" Estimate �f Gosts Exhibit "B" Description of Woiic Exhibit `C" Plan / Vianity Map This AGREEMENT is made and entered into between the STATE 4F WASNINGTON DEPARTMENT OF 7RANSPORTATION (STATE) and the above named govemmentai entity (LOCAL AGENGI�. WHEREAS, the LOCAL AGENGIF has requested that the STATE pe►form certa►n work as described herein, and/or is responsible for a portion ofthe work as provided fo� under WAC 468-18-040(5)(d}, and WHEREAS, the LOGAL AGENCY is obligated forthe cost of wotfc described herein. NOW THEREFORE, by virtue of RCW 47.28.140 and in consideration of the terms, conditions, covenants, and performanoes contained herein, or atfaehed and incorporated and made a part hereof, IT IS MUTUALLY AGREED AS FOLLOWS: I GENERAL The STATE, as agent acting for a�d on 6ehalf of fhe LOCAL AGENCY, agrees to perform the work as shown in Exhibit "B° Description of Work. Plans, specifications and cost estimates shall be prepared by the STATE in accordance with the current State of WasMingEon Standard Specifications for Road, Bridge, and Municipai Construction, and amendments thereto, and adopted design standards, unless otherwise noted. The LOCAL AGENCY agrees, upon satisfactory completion of the work involved, to deliver a letter of acceptance to the STATE which shall inGude a release and waiver of atl future claims or demands of any nature resulting from the performance of the work under this AGREEMENT. If a Istter of acceptance is not received by the STATE withi� 90 days following comple6on of the work, the work will be considered aceepted by the LOCAL AGENCY and shall release the STATE from all future claims and demands of any nature resuldng ftom the performance of:the work under this AGREEMENT. The LOCAL AGENCY may withhold this acceptance of work by submitting written notification to the STATE within the 80-day period. This noti6cation shall include the r+easons for withholdi�g the acceptance. PAYMENT The LOCAL AGENGY, in consideration of the faithful perfarmance of the work to be done by the STATE, agrees fo reimburse the STATE for the actual direct and related indirect cost of the work as shown in Exhibit "A" Estimate of Cost. dOT Eorm 224ao1 EF Page 1 of 3 Revised Zl10 Partial payments shafl be made by the LOCAL AGENCY, upon request of the STATE, to cover costs incurred. These payments are not to be more frequent than one (1) per month. It is agreed that any such partial payment wili not constitute agreement as to the appropriateness of any item and that, at the time of the final audit, aU required adjustments wili be made and reflected in a final payment. The LOCAL AGENCY agrees to make payment for the work to be done by the STATE within thirty (30) days from receipt of billing from the STATE. The LOCAL AGENGY agrees that if payment for the work is not made within ninety (90} days after receipt of billing the STATE may withhold any tax monies which the LOCAL AGENGY is entitled to receive from the Motor Vehide Fund until payment for the worlc is rec�ived by the STATE. ff the LOCAL AGENGY is not entitled to receive Motor Vehicle Funds, a surety bond in the amount shown above written by a surety company auth�rized to do business in the state of Washington shall be fumished to the STATE prior ta execution by the STATE of this agreement. The bond shall remain in force until written release by the STATE. Payment not made within thirty (30) days after receipt of billings shall be considered "Past Due° and bear interest at the rate of one percent per month or fracfion thereof until paid pursuant to RCW 43:17.240. The LOCAL AGENGY agrees to pay the STATE the "Advance Payme�t Amount" stated above within 20 days afterthe STATE sutsmits its first partiai payment request to the LOCAI. AGENCY, when applicab{e. The aduance payment represents approximately fifteen (15) percent of the estimate of cost and covers costs incurred by the STATE in the initial stages of the project. The advance payment will be camed throughout the life of the project with final adjusfinent made in the flnal payment. 111 EXTRA WORK In the event unforeseen conditions require an increase in the cost of 25 percent or more ftom that agreed to on E�fiibit "A", this AGREEMENT wiN be modifted by a supplement AGREEMENT covering said increase. fn the event it is determined that any change from the description of work contained in this AGREEMENT is required, approval must be secured from the LOCAL AGENCY prior to the beginning of such work. Where the change is substantial, written approval must be secured. Reimbursement forincreased work andlor a substantia! change in the description of work shalt be limited to costs covered by a written modification, change order or extra work order approved by the LOCAL AGENGY. IV RIGHT OF ENTRY The LOCAL AGENCY hereby grants and conveys to the STATE the right of entry upon all land which the LOCAL AGENCY has interest, within or adjacent to the right of way of the highway, for the purpose of pertorming the preliminary engineering under this AGREEMENT. V LEGAL RELATIONS No liabiliry shall attacfi to fhe STATE or the LOCAL AGENCY by reason of errtering into this AGREEMENT except as expressly provided fierein. OOT Form 224707 EF Page 2 of 3 Revised 2!1 U , , IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this AGREEMENT as of the party's date signed last below. � � STATE OF WASHINGTON LOCAL AGENCY DEPARTMEN TRANSPORT TI BY �y " Brian J. Wilson Russell S. East, P.E. Name Name Titie pate City Manager/Police Chief �/�h��v Assist Regional Administrator 5noKing Title Date �/ � � �` � DOT Form 224-707 EF Page 3 of 3 Reviaed?It0 . � ' � . ; ; . . �� , . . ESTIMATED COST � � � Hoyrs euc�et 1 PROJECT MANAGEMENT - � � - 8�s �, s3,��a 2 PRELIMINARY ENGI�fEERING/ENVIRC�NMENTA�`DOCUMENTATION 3527 � S 180,894. 3 FINAL DESIGIWPS�cE . • 3776' $ 182,�422 4 REVtEWS . ' . �oa8 $ se,��o - . �; . � � . � _ Qrillir�g (Direct Cost} � . . � � 25 ,000 SUB TOTAL . . . 9237 $ 501,290< 14% Prin�ng and DirecE Project Support Redistrihjution Charges � �� � '� $� T0;175' . � 10°k Corrttngency � � ' � 57,1�43 PROJECT TOTAL � ,. • �237 � 628 568 . . j . . .. . . ... ....... ... ' ; . GCA 6435 �10 Overhead wilt be charged per Exhibit A � Overhead Agreement Estimate of Costs 1�H 00029 � - Applicable to-this Agreement GCA 6�35 � � . . ;. . c . . . � � . ; ' ° � � ' . • ' . . , . - -� . . . �. . , � . . ; • � . . . i . . . � . . ' i • .' ' • . , . . i EXHIBIT B GCA-6435 1-5 SOUTH 320TH ST SOUTHBOUND OFF-RAMP DESIGN � � � • ' � • ' r Prepared for: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Prepared by: Washington State Department of Transportation Exhibit B— Detailed Scope of Wark GCA-6435 Page 1 of 35 OVERVIEW During the term of this AGREEMENT, the STATE shall perform professional services for the City of Federal Way, including Design, Environmenta! Documentation, plans, specifications, and cost estimate (PS&E), in connection with the I-5 South 320�' Street Southbound Off-ramp widening project. L BACKGRfJUND The City of Federal Way recei�ed a federal grant for a project to widen the Interstate 5 southbound off-ramp to South 320�" Street to provide additional right and left-turn tanes. II. PROJECT DESCRIPTION The project widens the I-5/South 320�' Street Southbound Uff-ramp to provide addifional right and left turn lanes. The project a{so includes modifying the existing signal system, providing stormwater treatment and detention, and reconstructing sidewalk ramps at the off-ramp intersection to meet accessibility criteria associated with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). III. SCOPE OF WORK The scope of wark includes the following work elements: • Project Management • Pretiminary Engineering/Environmental Documentation • Final DesignfPS&E � Constructability and Final PS&E Plan Reviews IV. GENERAL ASSUMPTIONS This scope of work assumes that: • National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requirements can be addressed by a Documented Categorical Exclusion (DCE} and that State Environmental Policy ,4ct (SEPA) requirements can be addressed by a Categorical Exemption (CE). • No impacts to Critical Areas — Streams or Wetlands. • Cultural resources are not present within the praject limits. • Biological Assessment will lead to a determinatian of "No Effect". • Hazardous materials will not adversely impaet the project. • Noise Study is not needed because the project is not a"Type 1" project wifh the potential to increase traffic noise fevels. • The existing detention pond has additional capacity to detain runoff from the praposed pavement. • D rainage retrofit of existing pavement is not required. Exhibit B- Detailed Scope of Work GCA-6435 Page 2 of 35 • Widening of South 320�' Street is not necessary. • Sidewalks and crosswalks meet the accessibility criteria identified in the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) Design Manual, Chapter 1510. • Public outreach is not required. • Additionaf right of way is not required. • Project will not be advertized until April 2411. Any change in these assumptions will require an agreement supplement. Exhil�it B— Detailed Scope of Work GCA-6435 Page 3 of 35 WORK ELEMENT 1.0 - PROJECT MANAGEMENT Profect Management Objective: Develop a process to define, develop, and deliver a project on time and within budget and scope. Assumptions: The STATE Project Manager shall meet with the City of Federal Way ProJect Manager monthly throughout the project. The STATE shall submit monthly invoices. A written summary of project progress to- date, forecasted costs fo complete the preliminary engineering, and those activities expected for the next month shall be submitted under separate cover. The written summary shall include narrative descriptions of the work performed and shall co�'elate with the invoice. tssues may arise that are beyond the provisions of this scope of work. These issues will be addressed following the protocol and procedures outlined in the Change Management section and Risk Management section af the Project Management Plan. Projecf Managemenf Plan (PMP) The STATE shall develop, update and maintain a Praject Management Plan (PMP} for the duration of the project. Elements of the PMP shall include, but not limited to: • Project Description • Team Organization • Schedule • Budget • Risk Management Plan • Gommunication Plan • Change Management Ptan • QA/QC Plan, and • Project Team and State Management Endorsement Team Organization The STATE shall identify the team members and their respective rotes, responsibilities, and operating guidelines. Exhibit B— Detailed Scope of Work GCA-6435 Page 4 of 35 The STATE shall be responsibie for maintaining and updating the team organization as team members and project needs change over the course of the project develapment. Schedule W8S Refinement • The STATE shall develop the project Work Breakdown Structure (W�S) from the STATE Master Deliverables List and include it in the PMP. Schedule Deve%pmenf • The STATE shall devebp a baseline schedule based upon the WBS and Master Deliverables List developed abov�, with designations of critical path elements, milestones, deliverables, internal & external reviews, dependency links, and known constraints. • The STATE shall review, revise, and report on the schedule in the monthly meetings with #he City of Federal Way. Budget The STATE shall be responsible for tracking and reporting Preliminary Engineering budget updates on a monthly basis to the City of Federal Way Project Manager. The STATE shall provide updated estirnates of the Construction cost at 30%, 90%, and 1 QO%a constructability reviews. Risk Management Plan The STATE shall identify risks ta maintaining scope, schedule, and budget, quantify the risks in terms of probability of oc�urrence, and determine actions to respond to the risks in the form of a risk matrix in the PMP. The STATE shall review, revise, and report on the Risk Management Matrix at manthly Gity of Federal Way Project Update meetings. Communication Ptan The STATE shall develop a specific communication plan for exchange of information within project team and with the City of Federal Way.. The Communications Plan shall describe internal and external communications protacols and procedures. The STATE shall be responsible for maintaining and updating the Communications Plan section of the PMP. Change Management Plan The STATE shall develop a Change Management Plan to be applied to this project: The plan will include fhe following elements to be utilized in managing changes: • Identify nature of change and cause (internal vs. extemal) • Analyze the effects of the change to scope, schedule, and budget Exhibit B— Detailed Scape of Work GCA-6435 Page 5 of 35 • Develop a response/action/mitigation plan strategy • Gommunicate / submit change management form and gain endorsement • Implement change and monitor affects, �nd • G2uantify hours and costs for identifying, coordinating and scoping change efforts The STATE shall develop a Change Management database in spreadsheet format that will be used ta track each change that is identified, incorporating the etements listed above. The STATE shall maintain the Change Management spreadsheet and submit an updated spreadsheet to the City of Federal Way Project Manager on a monthly basis. Quality Assurance/Quality Control Program Development The STATE shall develop a Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) program fvr the project. The Qa/QC plan shall identify roles and responsibilities and procedures for checking design and P'SS�E work products. The QA/QC plan witl include quality control checklisfs for each submittal (30°l0, 60%, 90°fo, 100%, and final PS8�E). Endorsement The STATE shall submit the PMP to the City of Federal Way Project Manager for concurrence following endorsement by the Praject Team and STATE Management. Deliverables: • One final printed copy of the Project Management Plan (PMP). • The Project Management Plan (PMP} shall be updated on a quarterly basis and with one updated copy submitted to the City of Federal Way Project Manager, each quarter. Project Management The STATE shall provide project administration and management for the work for the duration of the project. For the purpose of budgeting, it is assumed that the project shall have a 15-month duration commencing April 2010 and being completed by June 2011. Scope Management The STATE shaU actively manage and control scope. Out of scope and additional scope of work shall be communicated to the City of Federal Way as it is identified using the Change Management Plan. Out af scope and additianal scope of work shall not be performed until authorization is received from the City of Federal Way. Exhibit B- Detailed Scope of Work GCA-6435 Page 6 of 35 Schedule Management The STATE shall actively manage, update and control schedute The STATE shalt monitor and madify the Project Schedule on a monthly basis or as needed to determine potential impacts of praposed changes. The STATE shall adjust the dura#ions, predecessor relationships, constraints, linkages, deliverable descriptions and dates, reviews, percent completes, milestones, critical path, and fask completion dates to reflect the current status of the project and the revisions made #o the work breakdown sfructure. The schedufe shall be updated once a month and after minor changes occur and immediately when any sign�cant change occur that impact the projecf schedule. Budget Management The STATE shall actively manage, update and control budget The STATE shall monitor the preliminary engineering budget and report to the City of Federal Way Project Manager on all the expenditures. The STATE shall monitor the planned monthly expenditures versus actual rate of expenditure for each work element, and identify trends for reporting purposes. Corrective actions, if necessary, will be implemented per the applicable provisions of the PMP Change Management Plan. The STATE shall prepare and review monthly reports and complete monthly Job Progress reports and track and make adjustments to the budgets to reflect the actual sfatus. Communicate The STATE shall conduct ongoing, proacfive, responsive communications with the City of Federal Way staff involved in the direction and execution of the project. The STATE shall attend monthly project update meetings. The STATE shall prepare and submit a monthly progress report that will include identification of work performed in the previous r�onth's schedule, measures for mitigating schedule slippage and identification and discussion of patential problems that may arise. The STATE shall be �esponsible for following the communications protocol outlined in the PMP Communication Plan. Change Management The STATE, in coordination with the City of Federal Way, shall implement fhe change management plan in the following manner to limit the influence of change to p�oject scope, budget, and schedule: 1. Identify, Analyze & Develop Change Strategies. Orchestrate #he Change Management Plan by logging, tracking, and communicating with the City of Federal Way Project Manager any potential changes identified from any source. 2. Identify & Analyze Risk of Change. Identify and analyze the likelihood of the potential change introducing risk into the project. Characterize the risk to the extent possible and outline cantrol measures for minimizing its negative effects. Exhibit B— Detailed Scope of Work GCA-6435 Page 7 of 35 3. Change Authorization. Communicate the proposed strategy(s) to resolve the change and make appropriate revisions as necessary ta gain endorsement for the change. Obtain change authorization from the City of Federal Way Project Manager. 4. Work Plan Revisions: Prior to underfaking the work as a result of the change, revise the project work plan ta avoid misunderstandings, discontent, and poor project performance. Monitor the implementation of the change using the standard project tools and techniques. The STATE shall also administer the Ghange Management Plan adopted for the project and be responsible for updating and maintaining the plan on a monthly basis. Review, Update, and Re�ort Status of Work Plan The STATE shaFl produce month{y progress reports, budget status and sehedute updates. These will be submitted to the Gity of Federal V1lay by #he 15th day of the following month. Quality Assurance/(.tuality Control Program Monitoring The STATE shall implement the processes described in the Quality Control and Assurance Pl�n adopted for the PROJECT, as described in the PMP. TMe STATE shall con�rm that speci�c project results are being monitored by each technical specialty thraugh Quality Control activities to determine if #hey are in compliance with the quality standards and, if not, that potential solutions to eliminate the eause(s} of unsatisfactory perfarmance have been identified and implemented. The STATE shall facilitate the identi�cation and assignment of appropriate senior reviewers for each technical specialty. The STATE shall confirm that the current Quafity Control activities are clearly indicated in the Project Schedule. The STATE shall be responsible for checking and coordinating all drawings and specifications, design revisions and computations, estimates, and other design deliverables. Exhibit B— Detaited Scope of Work GCA-6435 Page $ of 35 WORK ELEMENT 2 - PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING/ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENTATION This work element specifically identifies the STATE's preliminary engineering and enuironmentai documentafion work effort necessary for the development of the Design Documentatian File and Environmental Concurrence. Effort associated with preparing, circulating, revising and finalizing the Design Documentatian File are covered separately in work element Design Documentation. Project Summary The STATE shall complete the Project Summary per the STATE Design ManuaL The Project Summary shall c�nsist of Project Definition, Design Decisions Summary and Environmental Review Summary. Praject De�nition The STATE shall identify the purpose and need for the project and prepare the Project Definition Form stating the purpose and need for the project and identifying the solution for addressing the project need. Design Decisions Summary (DDS) The STATE shall prepare the DDS form per WSDOT Design Manual as an element of the Design Documentation Package. The DDS shall include existing and proposed project information, geometrics and traffic information, proposed pavement section, stormv+rater irnprovements, safety considerations, antl list of deviations. Environmental Review Summary The STATE shall prepare the Environmental Review Summary identifying the potential environmental impacts and documentation/permits required for the project. Project Data The STATE shaA co(lect survey data required to complete preliminary design (30°l0) and final design (60%, 90°10, and 100%o PS&E) for the project. The STATE shatl acquire utitity as-builts and locate utilities by potholing as necessary to avaid conflicts during construction. Survey Da#a The STATE shall provide surv�ying as needed to support the development of the preliminary design and 30%, 60%, 90%, and 100°fo PS8�E. The surveying timits are the I-5 South 320�" St Southbound Off-ramp and South 320`" Street for 300 feet either side of the off-ramp terminal: • Horizontal and vertical control Exhibit B— Detailed Scope of Work GCA-6435 Page 9 of 35 • Existing topography • Existing utili#ies • Existing drainage structures with invert efevations, grate elevations, and pipe size & course • Locate geofeehnical investigation bareholes, test pits, etc. • Survey all state aquatic resources, as delineated by the STATE. • Existing right of way and private property corners I lines, • Township, Range and section lines. • Existing right of way The above tasks are further described irr detail, as fol�ows: The survey will be based on an existing horizontal and vertical contral network established throughout the Project corridor. This network is based upon the Washington Coordinate System, North Zone, 1983 (1991 A�ijustment) for horizontal positioning and the North American Vertical Datum (NAVD} 1988 for elevation. Fi�eld survey tapographic mapping will be conducted which will delineate surface and above ground improvements, including edge of pavement, face and top of retaining wafls situated closest to the traveled way, landscape areas and trees, visible utilities and appurtenances situated within the defined project area, and spot elevations. Data will be gathered using a combirtation of traditional ground survey methods. The STATE shall be responsible for maintaining all control points/benchmarks until the projec# is awa�ded to the successful construction contractor. Other field survey mapping features could include wetland delineation flagging as placed in the field by the STATE biologist, bore holes and/or fest pits. Field surveys will be performed throughout the de�ned project area to locate curb inlets, catch basins, culverts, outfalls, detention structures, and sewer manholes and to obtain pipe invert elevations, materials, size, and connections to adjoining gravity flow struetures as shown an provided as-built plans and physical site inspection. Suroey of existing utilities shall be limited to surface or above ground features and appurtenances. The STATE shall prepare supplemental topographic base maps for specific areas identified by the design team showing all physicat features visible on the ground surface and evidence of underground utilities. The mapping will also include utility information obtained from existing records, or from, potholing activities. Applications for permit to desCroy a survey monument shall be prepared by the STATE and filed with the Washington Department of Natural Resources documenting the location of monuments which may be disturbed. It is assumed that no permanent monuments will be set by the STATE along the existing or proposed right-of-way, and no record of survey will be filed with the County. Exhibit B— Detailed Scape of Wo�k GCA-6435 Page 10 of 35 Deli�erab/es: � Electronic file of al! supplemental data surveyed in .dat and .srv format. • Electronic file in MicroStation showing break Iines and points. • Electronic file in MicroStation showing the digital terrain modeL • Electronic file of supplemental data surveyed used to create ground digital terrain modeL • One hard copy of the survey field notes. • STATE shall provide a GPS report which will discfose survey control project summary, the project existing geodetic control, descriptians of the new control established, and the constrained and unconstrained GPS data and adjustments. As-Built Data Verified The STATE shal! yerify all existing features within the STATE's right of way and collect supplemental information as required for design devefopment of the project. The STATE shall perform this work by collecting existing highway construction and utility information, and through site reconnaissance: Basemap The STATE shalf prepare a project bassmap, with surveying data collected as a part of the Survey Data work elemen#. A topographic map for the project area as defined above will be developed based upon ground field survey techniques. The STATE shall provide mapping in MicroStafian. A digital terrain model (DTM) will be created from all fhe data points collected and used to generate the contours as referenced above. Line work connecting common data points will be performed manually within the DTM. Supplemental basemaps may be generated for selected areas and new DTMs will be created.for these areas. Environmental Documentation The STATE shall prepare the environmental documentation and environmental permit applications �equired for environmental approvals. The City of Federal Way will take the lead for submitting the documents and permit applications to the resource agencies for appravaL A SEPA environmental review is required. A NEPA environmental review is required. This scope of work assumes thaf federal NEPA requirements can be addressed by a DCE and that state SEPA requirements can be addressed by a CE. No NEPA environmental assessment or environmen#al impac# statement is anticipated for this project. The Discipline Reports prepared for this action are anticipated to pravide the Exhibit B— Detailed Scope of Work GCA-G435 Page 11 of 35 information needed for federal agency review, with minor revision to address specific agency comments. NEPAfSEPA Campliance Objective; To prepare documentation necessary for #he City of Federal Way to obtain federal and state environmental approval of the projeet. Assumptions: The STATE shall prepare necessary analysis to acquire federal and stafe approval of the project footprint. The analysis will not address Contractor Staging or Storage Areas or areas associated with Project Access or Material Sources. The analysis is expected to include a biotogical assessment, wetland inventary, cultural resource study, hazardous materials, and air quality study. (t is assumed thaf no wetlands or cultural resources will be impacted. It is alsa assumed that the biological assessment will lead to a determination of "No Effect" and that hazardaus materials will not adversely affect the project, This scope of work also assurnes that federal NEPA requirements can be addressed by a DCE. No NEPA environmental assessment or environmental impact statement is anticipated for this project. The Discipline Reports prepared for this action are anticipated to provide information needed for federal agency review, with minor revision to address specific agency comments. Approach: The STATE shall prepare enviranmental documentation to satisfy both state and federal guidelines. TMe following approvals are anticipated: • NEPA • Endangered Species Act • Wetlands tnvsntory • National�Historic Preservation Act — Section 106 � SEP/A NEPA — Documented Categorical Exclusion (DCE) Assumption: A NEPA DCE is presumed. Preparation of an EA or EIS will require revision of this scope and budget. Exhibit B— Detailed Scope of Worlc GCA-6435 P�ge 12 of 35 Approach: The STATE shaii prepare a NEPA DCE for the City of FederaF Way's use in obtaining approval by the federal lead agency. The NEPA DCE includes completion of Environmental Classification Summary (ECS} documentation, packaging of discipline reports and studies far approval. SEPA Categorical Exemption (CE) Assumptions: The Gity of Federal Way is the lead agency for SEPA and this proposal fits under WAG 197-11-800(2) c a Gategorical Exemption. A SEPA Checklist with a Qetermination of Non-Significance (DNS) is not necessary far this proposal. There are no impacts triggering a SEPA Checklist, DNS or EIS. Preparation of a SEPA Checkfist with DNS or EtS will require a revision of this scope and budget. Approach: The STATE shalf document the SEPA Categorical Exemption within the ECS NEPA documentatian. Delfverab/ec • Final NEPA ECS for the City of Federal Way's use in obtaining approval by the federal lead agency with SEPA CE identified. Discipline Report - Wetlands Wetland Inventory Report Based on our current understanding of theproposed project design and a review of National Wetland Inventory and soils maps of the project site, it is anticipated that any wetlands or sensitive areas that may exist in the project vicinity will not be affected by the proposed project. Therefore it is presumed that a Wetland Inventory Report will be adequate for compliance wifh state and local wetlands regulations. Should the analysis of the project design in relation to environmental conditions indicate a potential impact fo any wetland, a Wetland and Stream Assessment Report may be required. In this event, a scope amendment wauld be required before proceeding. Assumptions; • Wetlands within 100 feet of the edge of pavement of the road or proposed widening will be delineated. These areas will be documented in a report figure and design drawings: • Changes to federal wetland regulations will not result in additional work required to prepare the wetland report. Deliverab/e: • Wetland Inventory Report. Exhibit B— Detailed Scope of Work GCA-6435 Page 13 of 35 Discipline Report — Biology No Effect Letter Based on our current understanding of the proposed project design and aeriai photographs of the project site, it is anticipated that any listed or proposed threatened or endangered species that may exist in the project vicinity will not be affected by the proposed project. Therefore it is presumed that a No Effect Letter will be adequate for federal compliance with Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act. Shoufd the a�alysis of the project design in relation to environmental conditions indicate a potential impact ta any listed species, a Biological AssessmentlBiological Evaluation may be required. In this event, a scope amendment would be required before proceeding. Assumption: • Design analysis will be based on one build altern�ative. DeGverable: • No Effect Letter. Discipline Report - Air Air Quality Discipline Report Checklist Assumption: The report assumes a hot-spat madeling for the I-5/S�outh 320�' Southbound Ramp Intersection as well as a Regional Air Quality Conformity Determination Approach: The project is located within the Carbon Monoxide Maintenance Area and will require an Air Quality Report. The Analyst shall perform an intersection screening, utilizing LOS for all intersections within the Carbon Monoxide Maintenance Area for. • Existing ysar (2010) • Year of Opening (2012), Build and No-Build • Horizon Year (2030), Build and No-Build tf an intersection within the Maintenance Area is found to be LOS D or warse, then the STATE shall perform air quality modeling for that int�rsection. Deliverable: � Final Air Quality Technical Memo Exhibit B— Detailed Scope of Work GCA-6435 Page 14 of 35 Discipline Reparts - Noise Assumptians: a noise study is not required because the project is not a"Type 1" project with the potential to increase traffic noise levets. This is based on the assumption that the ramp improvemsnts will nat more than half the distance to the nearest receiver. Discipline Reports - Hazardous Materials Assumption: It is assumed that hazardous materials evaluation will be performed and that the evaluation will conclude that hazardous materials will not adversely affect the project. Deliverab/e: • Hazardous Materials Evaluation Memorandum Discipline Reports - Historic, Cu/tural, and Ar�chaealogicaJ Resources The STATE reviews all projects, regardless of fundirtg source for Section 106 Compliance pursuant ta a Programmatic Agreement on Section 106 Gompliance with FHWA and the State Historic Preservation �fficer (SHPO). Even if there is no federal funding and no federal permits are required, the STATE must complete the Section 106 compliance procedure prior to federal permit approval. All projects with a federal nexus are subject to Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, which requires federa[ agencies to take into account the effect of their actions on properties listed, or eligible for listing, on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). Cultural Resources Discipline Report The STATE shall identify whether any cultural resources exist within the project's area of potential effects (APE) and make determinations regarding any resource's eligibility and project effect. Archaeological Resources Disciplir�e Report Assumpfion: There are no cultural resources within the project limits. Approach: The STATE shall coordinate with the SHPO, and affected Indian Tribes to determine the APE and eollect existing information from: • Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (DAHP) • Tribes • Local sources + Field survey Exhibit B— Detailed Scope of Work GCA 6435 Page 15 of 35 Deliverabie: • Archaeologicaf Resources Discipline Report Section 106 Assumption; Project will meet the exemption criteria for Section 106 per the Programmatic Agreement. Section 106 Consultation The Gultural Resources Discipline Report will provide the substantive basis for consul#ation. It is presumed that there will not be impacts and a Memorandum of Agreement will not be required. Section �06 Compliance Preparation of the Culturaf Resaurces Discipline Reports, above, will be coordinated and �`eceive SHPO cancurrence in accordance with the STATE procedures. Memorandum of Agreement It is presumed that there will not be impacts and a Memorandum of Agreement will not be required. Discipline Reports — Visual Impacts, Light and Glare There are na anticipated impacts triggering environmental reports in this area. Envir.onmental Documenfation Complete MAJOR MILESTONE - All environmental documentation complete. Environmental Permits The STATE shall prepare environmental pe�mit applir.ations for the City of Federal Way's use in obtaining permits. The City of Federal Way shall submit the permit applications to the appficable resource agencies. Assumptians: • Less than one acre of land disturbed; no National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Construction Starwater General permit needed. • City of Federai Way night work variance needed. • LoEal noise variance/exemptions a�e needed from City of Federal VNay and King Caunty. Exhibit B— Detailed Scope of Work GCA-6435 Page 16 of 35 Construction and maintenance activities during nighttime hours will require a variance from local noise ordinances. Daytime noise from construction is usually exempt. Respo�sible Agency: City of Federal Way and King County. Approach: The STATE will coordinate with the City of Federal Way and King County staff when project is sufficiently defined to determine whether non-exempt construction times are likely to be needed and establish the appropriate permit type as well as likely conditions or parameters of approval: Deliverable: • No�se Variance Permit application forthe City of Federal Way's use in obtaining a noise variance. • Night Work Variance application for the City of Federal Way's use in obtaining a Night Work Variance. Permit and Agreements Objecfive: To obtain all required non-environmental agreements, permits, and approvals necessary to construct the project. Approach: The STATE be responsible for coordination and preparation of applications for service agreements, utility agreements, utility franchises/permits or amendments, and right af way permits. , This work shall include preparing exhibits, calculations, and other design support. The City of Federal Way shall be responsible for obtaining the actual right of way permits and utility agreernents/franchise/permits or amendments. Local Aqencv Construction Permits and Aqreements: . Electrical Service Agreements (for illumination and signal modffieations, if needed) • Utility Agreement (if needed) • Utility Franchises/Permits or Amendments (if needed) . Right of Way Permit fram Federal Way Right Of Way Righf of Way Plans Assumption: No right of way revisions or acquisition are anticipated. Exhibit B— Detailed Scope of Work GCA-6435 Page 17 of 35 Materiais (Roadwayj Surfacing / Resurfacing Report Assumptions: The STATE shall prepare the SurFacing Report for the project and wiil address the following: • List the recommendations for roadway and paved area included withirt the project limits. + Pauement design information will be documented in a design memorandum. Delfverable: • Surfacing Report PS&E Leve/ Design Geotechnica/ Report(s) Design-Level Field Ea�p/oration The STATE shall plan and conduct a subsurface investigation program utili2ing exploratory borings to provide information relative to soil, groundwater, and other geologic conditions along the project alignment. The STATE shall develop an exploration plan showing the locations of existing information, the locations for new explorations, the anticipafed depths and sampling requirements for the borings, and field instrumentation requirements. Existing subsurface information shall be fully utilized and considered when preparing the field exploration plan. The number of needed borings depends on design layout details; particularly signal poles, retaining structures, culverts, and stormwater facilifies. At this time, we anticipate advancing on the order of five �5) borings, 25 ft in depth. The specific number of explorations will be in general accordance with guideli�es presented in the WSDOT's November 2008 Geotechnical Design Manual. STATE shall perform the geotechnical borings and provide the drilling equipment, operatars and inspect4rs to conduct the subsurface explorations. The STATE shall provide logs for the borings and test pits. The logs shall be edited based on {abor�tory or field tests in accordance with WSDOT Soil and Rock Classification Guidelines. Laboratory Testing The STATE shall conduct �eld and laboratory tests in general accordance with appropriate American Society for Testing Materials (ASTM} and WSDOT standards. These tests may include Standard Penetration Tests (SPT"s), natural moisture content, grain size analysis, Atterberg Limits, moisture/density (Proctor) relationships, resilient modulus for use in pavement design, pH, and resistivity and specialized geotechnical tests such as triaxial tests, direct shear tests, point load tests, and sail consolidation. All test results shall be included in the Geotechnical Report. Exhibit B— Detailed Scope of Work CCA-6435 Page 18 of 35 /nstrumentafion The STATE shall install field instrumentatian in the exploratory borings to monitor water levels and slope mavements during both design and construction, as necessary. EngFneering Analysis The STATE shall perform necessary geotechnical engineering anatysis to identify critical design elemenfs and provide a basis for geotechnical recommendations. Descriptions of the an�lysis and/or calculations shall be provided. Comprehensive geotechnical engineering design recommendations shall be provided for preparation of project PS&E documents. As a minimum the STATE shall address the following: • Overall stability for cut slopes, embankments, and structures shall be assessed. For strucfures, minimum foundation widths, embedment, over excavation, and ground improvement shall be addressed to satisfy overall stability requirements. Maximum cut and fill slope inclinations shall be recommended. Any mitigating measures needed to obtain the required level of safety for slopes shall be fully developed for the PS&E. • Suitable retaining wall types shall be recomrnended. For all walls (including standard, pre-approved proprietary, and non pre-approved proprietary walls), bearing capacity, settlement, construction considerations, and external stability shall be addressed. For non-standard, non-proprietary walls, internal stability shall be addressed. • Earthwork recommendations shall be provided including subgrade preparation, material requirements, compaction criteria, and settlement estimates. The STATE shall also quantify amount of suitable on site excavation to be re-used in the project. In areas where compressible soils are encountered, over excavation, staged canstruction, 'rnstrumentation, settlement, and creep characteristics and estimates shall be addressed as well as details of any mitigating measures needed to keep embankment performance within project constraints. • General drainage, groundwater levels, soil infi(tration rates, hydraulic conductivities, pH, and resistivity values as they apply to the project. • For signals and illumination, allowable lateral bearing capacity shall be evaluated. Where poor soils are present design recommendations for special design foundations shall be prepared. Construction Considerat�ons Construction considerations sha(I be addressed. Temporary slopes and shoring limits shall be identified for estimating purposes. Advisory Speciaf Provisions shall be prepared for elements that may encounter difficult ground conditions or that may require non-typical construction methods. Over excavation recommendation� and backfill requirements shall be discussed and details prepared for the PS&E. Construction staging requirements, where applicable, shall be addressed. Wet weather construction and temporary construction water control shall 6e discussed. Exhibit B— Detailed Scope of Work GCA-6435 Page 19 of 35 Sfate Standards The STATE shall provide recomrnendatians consistent with standard material, construction methods, and test procedures as shown in the current WSDOT Standard Specifications for Road, Bridge, and Municipal Construcfion; WSDOT Geotechnical Design Manual; WSDOT Design Manual; WSDOT Bridge Design Manual; WSDOT Construction Ma�ual: WSDOT Highway Runoff Manual; and WSDOT Standard Plans. Report TMe STATE shall prepare a PS&E Level Design Geotechnical Report for the project summarizing the Geotechnical recommendations for the project. Special Provisions and P/ans Where elements of geotechnical complexity are identified, the STATE shall develop or modify Special Provisians as appropriate to meet the project construction requirements. All recommended Special Provisions shall be included in the geotechnical report as an appendix. Deliverab/es: • Exploration plan (plan sheets showing required borehole locatians) • A PS&E Level Design Geotechnical Report. Structure Design This work element includes the development of prelirninary and final design fo� retaining walls and other structures to meet the needs of the project. Retaining Wall Desig►n The STATE shall document and design non-standard retaining walls and soldier pite walls, if necessary. Wall Site Data sha0 be prepared for the new retaining walls. The STATE shall evaluate the limits and impacts of fill slopes associated with the roadway widening and intersection modification. The STATE shafl design the retaining walls proposed for the project to the 60%, 90%, and 100% design levels. Deliverables: • Design drawings, elevations, and sections for the 60%, 90%o and 100% design levels. Specifications, quantities, and estimate shall be prepared for the 90°!o and 100% design levels. Exhibit B- Detailed Scope of Work GCA-6435 Page 20 of 35 Roadway Design Channe(ization Plan The STATE shali prepare Channelization Plans in accordance with fhe MUTCD, WSDOT Design Manual, and the Northwest Region Channelization Plan Checklist. The Plans will be provid�d to the City of Federal Way for review and concurrence. Deliverable: • Approved Channelization Plan Preliminary Earthwork Quantities The STATE shall develop Digital Terrain Models (DTM} of preliminary design to determine approximate cut and fill quantities and limits of the grading. The STATE shall determine the approximate #ootprint of the project. Alignments The STATE sha�l review existing alignment data from survey and if needed, provide construction alignment data. The STATE shall prepare horizonta[ and vertical alignment and superelevation design. Deliverable: • Alignment plans and coordinate geometry Roadway Sections The STATE shafl add surfacing type and depth design to typical sections. The STATE shall catculate preliminary quantities of surFacing materials required for construation. Roadside Safety The STATE shall: • Develop preliminary design of improvements, relocations, or removals of obstructions ider�tified in a ctear zone inventary. • Dacument design decisions and the basis fo� design in the Design Qocumentation Package. • Determine items such as barrier, attenuators, and obstructions within the clear zone to be removed that are required for construction. • Perform length of need calculations for barrier and guardrail. Exhibit B— Detailed Scope of Work GCA-6435 Page 21 of 35 Preliminary Site Preparation P/ans The STATE shaN develop preliminary Site Preparation Plans showing removal and demoiition work. Impacts to utilities shall be identified. Preliminary Paving and Grading Plans The STATE shall devetop preliminary Paving and Grading Plans. Impacts to existing utilities will be identifiecl. Grading limits and impacts to environmental wifl be ident�ed as welL HydrauJics The STATE shall develop preliminary and final drainage design for the praject. The STATE shall also develop a Conceptual Drainage Study and prepare the Type A Stormwater Report described below. Conceptual Drainage Sfudy The STATE shall develop a conceptual drainage narrative that identifiies stormwater treatment and detenfion alternatives for the drainage design and to recommend a stormwater treatment and detention approach. The STATE shall also provide a conceptual drainage plan showing the recommended stormwater treatment and detention facilities including preliminary conveyance systems and a Temporary Erosion Control Plan for the buifd afternative. Assumpfians: • Stormwater treatment and detention of new project pavement is required. • Enhanced treatment. • Area substitution may be an acceptable option for developing mitigation improvements for drainage. • Existing detention pond in SW quadrant of the interchange has capacity to detain additional runoff generated by the new pavement. Approach: Starmwater analyses and design will be performed in accordance with the most current version and concurrence of the WSDOT Highway Runoff Manual and the Department of Ecotogy Stormwater Management Manua/ for Western Washington. The STATE shall develop conceptual drainage alternatives sufficient to support screening activities and to support design level activities for the proposed roadway afternative that is advanced for environmental review. Existing drainage pattems and conveyance systems will be identified from mapping and as-built plans. Impervious areas will be determined from the conceptual alternative plans. A Type, Size and �ocation Report will be developed during the conceptual drainage study phase that will include input and review of specific drainage requirements, Exhibit B— �etailed Scope of Work GCA-6435 Page 22 of 35 development of design flows, detention and water quality facility sizing, and placement of drainage elements that may significanfly impact the cost and function of the design. Flows wilf be studied from the project area, the exisfing pavement, and from off site areas. A list of BMP's and an erosion control concept plan will be developed for the environmental documentation. From the conceptual drainage studies, conveyance systems, treatment facilities and site locations, will be developed for the se[ected altema#ive and will be used for estimating project construction costs, and supplying data needed for the environmental effort. Type A Reports The STATE shaf! prepare a Type-A Stormwater Report and a summary of the water quality and detention, canveyance, and Temporary Erosion and Sediment Control documenfation for inclusion as elements of the Design Documentation Package. Assumptions: • Stormwater treatment and detention for new pavemenf only. • Area substitution will be an acceptable opfion for developing mitigation improvements for drainage. • No right-of-way acquisition will be needed for drainage purposes. Approach: The STATE shall expand the analysis developed in during the conceptual drainage studies and will prepare a Stormwater Report in accordance with the WSDOT Hydraulics Manual and tfie WSDOT Northwest Region Stormwater Report template. The design for conveyance systems and detention and water quality facil'rties shall be based on requirements in the Washington State Department of Ecolagy Stormwater Management Manua/ far Western Washington and the WSDOT Highway Runoff Manual. Revisions or Supp/ements to the Approved Type-A Stormwater Report After the Type-A Stormwater Report is approved, as design proceeds through 100% PS&E, supplements or �evisions to the Stormwater Report will be generated as necessary to incorporate changes in roadway or wall design should changes occur. Deliverables: • Stormwater Type, Size and Lacation Report • Type A Stormwafer Report • Revisions or supplements to the Approved Type-A Stormwater Report as required. Exhibit B- Detailed Scope of Work GCA-8435 Page 23 of 35 Roadside Restoratian The STATE shall document roadside impacts, analyze and identify roadside restoration treatment need, and prepare Roadside Restoration Plans, Special Provisions, and Estimates. Assumptions: • The concepts wifl follow the policies and guidance of the WSDOT Roadside Classification Plan (1996) and WSDOT Roadside Manual and WSDOT Environmental Procedures ManuaL • No irrigation is required. • No environmentally sensitive areas will be impacted within the project limits and no roadside restoration permit documents will be required • Roadside impacts are limited to roadway construction and no restoration af drainage facilities such as detentian ponds, swales, or special drainage features are required. Deliverables: • Plan graphic showing site inventory/impact identification/anatysis of existing site conditions and roadside functions in strip map format. • Conceptual design plans (3Q%}, 11"x17", developed as a design response to the inventorylanalysis, and identifying areas to be treated, functional needs and impacts, and constraints and opportunities for review and comment. Traffic Analysis CoNision Data The STATE will review accident data and summaries with cross-classification tables collected for the project area for consideration in design of the ramp improvement. Data Collection and Analysis The STATE shall perform intersection turning movement counts during the AM and RM peak periods far the following intersections: • South 32Q Street /1-5 Southbound off-ramp • South 320 Street /I-5 Northbound off-ramp • South 32Q`" Street/Gateway Cenfer Blvd South • South 320�' StreeU23`� Avenue South The STATE shall prepare AM and PM intersection capacity analysis for the previously identified signalized intersections for the 2012 and 2030 No Action and Build conditians. Exhibit B- Detailed Scope of Work GCA-6435 Page 24 of 35 A traffrc repart will be prepared to document the pre(iminary analysis of existing and future eonditions. Tra�c Model The STATE shall prepare forecasts for the opening year (2012) and year of design (2030). Forec2sts will use the current PSRC Emme/2 model as a basis for AM and PM peak hour traffic volumes. Forecasts will be developed for bath No Action and Build conditions. The madel network shall include other funded and planned raadway improvement projects for each of the forecast horizons. Turning movement detait will be prepared for interseetions within the study area. Tra�c Analysis Report The STATE shall prepare a Traffic Analysis Report documenting the existing conditions, travel demand forecasting metModology, alternatives analysis and evaluation, and selection of the preferred alternative. Intersection traffic operations for the No Action and Build (preferred altsrnative) conditions will be tabulated for 2012 and 2030. The Traffic Analysis Report will include an assessment of accident data and safety aspects of the selected alternative. Deliverable: • Traffic Analysis Report Existingr Utility Plan The STATE sha(I develop a plan showing the location of known aerial and underground utility facilities. The plan should include all additional data acquired (as-builts, etc) to insure the accuracy needed for the project. Deliverables: • Existing Utility Plan identifying the existing utilities, existing roadway channelization, proposed channelization and project footprint, as known at the 30% PS&E level of project development. • A list of the utiiities affected by project, and an action stra#egy for resolving the conflicts and noting improvements. Work Zone Traffic Control (WZTC) Pre/iminary Tra�c Contro/ Plans The STATE shall develop work zone traffic control strategy for the project elements to the 30%0 level of PS&E project development. The Work Zone Tra�c Control Strategy will identify how the project wiU be constructed by means of identifying lane closures, roadway closures, extended duration closures, and detours. The Work Zone Traffic Control Strategy shall a{so address pedestrian and bicyclist access through the wark zone during construction. The STATE shall deve(op traffic control plans for the project construction. Exhibit B— Detailed Scope of Work GGA-6435 Page 25 of 35 Traffic control may extend beyond the identified project fimits in order to accommodate the work area and traffic control requirements. The intent of these plans will be to identify the major components and how best to route tra�c to accommodate construction activities to build each component. Plans developed will consider and include: • Traffic operafions through the proposed f�affic control • Ingress and egress locations and control, including business access • Identi�cation of impacts to transit operations, and emergency service providers and any mitigation of those impacts • Identification of any vehicle types that would be precluded from traveling through the traffic revision • Daify or interim lane restric#ions • Design of connections to the existing roadway at each end of the project • Identification of permitted closure periods and periods of operational interruption. • Temporary Signing Deliverable: • Work Zone Traffic Control Strategy Pedestrian Facility Design The STATE shall evaluate pedestrian facilities at the intersecfion of South 320`�' Street and the I-5 Southbound off-rarnp to ensure consistency with the accessibilit�r criteria fisted in the WSDOT Design Manual Chapter 1510, December 2009. Pedestrian facilities which are not consistent with the manual shall be upgraded to meet criteria. Assumptions; No sidewalks will need to be upgraded to meet current standards. No right of way will be required to upgrade curb ramps. Deliverable: • Identification af pedestrian facilities not meeting fhe accessibility criteria. Design Documentation Design Documentation Package Desigr� Documentation Package for Design Approval The STATE shall prepare the Design Documentation Package (DDP) to the 30°/a design approval level accocding to the WSDOT NW Region Design Documentation Procedures. Exhibit B— Detailed Scope of Work GCA-6435 Page 26 of 35 Assumptions: The proposed work will not require addressing any potentiai nonstandard ramp elements upstream of the proposed tum lanes. Deviations and Design Variance Form: The STATE shaA develop design deviations (permanent and/or int�rim) for the Design Documentation Package. Deviations shall also be specified in the Channelization Ptans. Design Parameters: The STATE shall prepare Design Parameters Forms per the WSDOT NW Region Design Documentation Procedures to identify elements that cannot be designed to standard. Cost Estimate The STATE shall develop a 30% base cost estimate. Deliverable: • Design Documentation Package — Design Approval Level Summary of Work Elernent 2 Deliverables • Electranic file of all supplemental data surveyed in .dat and .srv format. • Electronic file in MicroStation showing break lines and points. • Electronic file in MicroStation showing the digital terrain model. • Electronic file of supplemental data surveyed used to create ground digital terrain modeL • One hard copy of the survey field notes. • STATE shall provide a GPS report which will disclose survey control project summary, the pro}ect existing geodetic control, descriptions of the new control established, and the constrained and unconstrained GPS data and adjustments. • Final NEPA ECS for the City af Federal Way's use in obtaining approval by the federal tead agency with SEPA CE identified. • Wetland Inventory Report • No Effect Letter • Final Air Quality Technical Memo • Hazardous Maferials Evatuation Memorandum • Archaeological Resources Discipline Report Exhibit B- Detailed Scope of Work GCA-6435 Page 27 of 35 • Noise Variance Permit appiication for the City of Federal Way's use in obtaining noise variances for the p�ojeat. • Night Work Variance application for the City of Federal Way's use in obtaining a night work variance for the project. • Surfacing Report • Exploration plan (plan sheets showing required borehole locations). • A PS&E Level Design Geotechnieal Report. • Retaining Wall Design drawings, elevations, and sections for the 60%, 94%0, and 100°10 design levels. Specifications, quantities, and estimate shall be prepared at the 90% and 100% levefs. • Approved Channelization Plan. • Alignment plans and c�ordinate geametry. • Stormwater Type, Size, and Location Report. • Type A Stormwater Report. • Revisions or supplements to the Approved Type A Stormwater Report. • Roadside Restoration plan graphic showing site inventory/impact �identification/analysis of existing site conditions and roadside functions in strip map form�t. • Roadside Restaration conceptual design plans (3d%), 11"x17°, developed as a design response to the inventory/analysis, and idenfifying areas to be treated, functional needs and impacts, and constraints and opportunities for review and comment. • Traffic Analysis Report. • Exisfing Utility Plan identifying the existing utilities, existing roadway channelization, propased channelization and project footprint, as known at the 30% PS&E level of the project development. • A list of the utilities affected by project, and an action strategy for resolving the conflicts and noting improvements. • Work Zone Traffic Control Strategy • Identification of pede5trian facili#ies nat meeting the accessibility criteria. • Design Documentatian Package — Design Approval Level. Exhibit B— Detaited Scope of Work GCA-6435 Page 28 of 35 WORK ELEMENT 3: FINAL DESIGN/PS&E Utilities - PS8�E The STATE shap prepare existing utility plans for the project timits showing type, size and location of utilities. AsSUmptions: • The STATE shall be responsible for resolving conflicts between utility features and the proposed project improvements, including but not lirnited to, drainage, electrical systems, structural, excavation and embankment features. • Additional right-of-way will not be required to resolve utility conflicts. • Utility relacations, if necessary, shali not be included in the contract but shall be performed by others prior to construction. The STATE shall prepare an Existing Utility Plan to determine impacts from the PROJECT, and prepare an action strategy. The STATE shall assemble and review applicable studies, existing information, and as-built plans to identify major utilities that could be affected by the project. Existing Utilities Located After information has been abtained, surveyed, and plotted, the STATE shafl identify potential impacts to utilities, including, but not limited to, existing and proposed drainage, electrical, structural, excavation, and embankment features. A meeting will then be held with the affected utilitiss present to discuss utility relocation or modification options. Ufility Relocatian Plan The STATE shall analyze the construction limits of all proposed project elements in the vicinity of existing utilities and identify the extent of conflict that will require relocation or protection measures. For each utility found to be in conflict with the proposed project improvements, it is assumed that the relocation will be done by others. Deliverablec • Existing Util'rty Plan Utility Agreemenfs The STATE will prepare and negotiate all required utility agreements with the respec#ive owmers. Exhibit B- Detailed Scope of Work GCA-6435 Page 29 of 35 , . , , Deliverables: • Updated Utilities Location Plan • Utifity Agreements documentation and plans Uesign Documentation Package for Pre-Contract Approva! The STATE shali supplement the Design Documentation Package ta address any significant design changes, including additional design variances, in the project design and update. The STATE shall update the Design Documentation Package (DDP) to the pre-confract approval fevel according to the WSDOT NW Region Design Documentation Procedures. Deliverab/es: • Updated Design Documentation Package — Project Development Approval Level Contract Plan Sheets Preparation The STATE shall prepare plan sheet and reference drawings that show all project elements to be eonstructed for the project. Except as noted, the STATE shall prepare the following series of final plan sheets for 60%, 94%, and 100% level of completion reviews: • Index • Vicinity map • Summary of Quantit'res • Roadway Sections • Alignment and RNV Plans • Temporary Erosion Control Plans • Environmental Compliance Plans • Existing Utility Plans • Quantity Tabulafion —Site Preparation • Site Preparation Plans • Drainage Structure Notes • Drainage Plans � Drainage Profiles Exhibit B— Detailed Scope of Work GCA-6435 Page 30 of 35 � 1 r f I • Drainage Details • Planting Plans • Planting Details • Quantity Tabulation — Paving Plans • Paving P{ans • Paving Details • QuantityTabulation — Pavement MarkingS • Pavement Markings Plans • Retaining Walls Plans and Profiles • Illumination Plans • Illumination Details • Signal Plans • Signal Details • Sign Specificafions • Signing Plans • Traffic Contral Pla�s • Traffic Control Details Summary of Quanfities The STATE shail prepare summaries of each pay item quantity for the project, to 90% and 100% review levels of completion. The STATE shall prepare (update spreadsheets, drafting, backchecking, plotting, copying) final plan sheets, containing the summary of quantities for the project, to 90%, and 100% review levels of completion. Earthwork Quantities The STATE shall develop final Digital Terrain Models (DTM) of finished and sub-grade surfaces for proposed roadway widening and access improvements as well as retaining walls and excavation. The DTM will be completed and provided in MicroStation/InRaads fvrmat. The STATE shall use the completed base mapping and the finished grade DTM to calculate quantities of excavation and embankment materials required for consfruction. The STpTE shall prepare cross sections a# a maximum of 25-foot intervats. Slope staking information shall not be prepared. Cross sections shall e�ctend perpendicular to the centerline from right-of-way line to right-of-way fine. In areas of special concem, cross sections shall be prepared on interoals less than 25 feet. Information from this work element shall be used to prepare the Roadway Profile sheets, Quantity Tabulation Exhibit B— Detailed Scope of Wo�k GCA 6435 Page 31 of 35 1 � sheets, and Summary of Quantities sheets. Earthwork and cross secfion data shali be prepared in groups corresponding with the Summary of Quantity groups and columns. Catch lines as computed by the cross sections shall be shown in the site preparation plans as cut/fill lines Roadway Section Plans The STATE shall calculate quantities of sur�acing materials required for construction. The STATE shall prepare final plan sheets, containing the raadway typical sections, slope tables, and paving & barrier details, and construction notes for the project, to 60%, 90%, and 100% review levels of cornpletion. Alignment / Right of Way Plans TMe STATE shall prepare final plan sheets, containing the construction baselines & curve data, right af way centerlines, and existing right of way and access control for the project, to 60%, 90%, and 104% review levels of completion. Quantity Tabs The STATE shall prepare final plan sheets, containing the design quantity tabulations for the project, to 90°fo, and 100% review levels of completion. Site Preparation P/ans The STATE shall develop final design of the site preparation elements for the project to 6U%, 90°fo, and 100%o review levels af completion. Roadway Pro�les The STATE shall prepare final plan sheets, containing the roadway profiles for the project, to 60%, 90%, and 100% review levels of completion. TESC P/ans The STATE shall develop final design of the TESC efements for #he project to 60%, 90%, and 100% review levels of comptetian, including: • Stabilization and vegetation. • Runoff containment and treatment BMP's. Drainage P/ans The STATE shall develop final design (tacatian, limits, type, details, plan, profiles, structure notes, construction notes, calculations, and quantities) of the drainage elements for the project to 60%, 90%, and 100% review levels of completion, including: • Conveyance systems for runoff and structure drains. • Flow eontrol systems. Exhibit B— Detailed Scope of Work GCA-6435 Page 32 of 35 . „ , • Treatment systems. , The STATE shall prepare final plan sheets, containing the roadway drainage for the project, to 60%, 90%, and 100% review levels of completion. This will include plan and profiles. Structure notes showing all elementS will only be provided at the 90% and 100 %o review levels of completion. Paving Plans The STATE shall p�epare final plan sheets, containing the new pavement areas for the project, to 60%, 90%, and 10Q% review Ievels of completion. This will include roadway widening, inters�ction improvements including curb, gutter, and sidewalk ramps and roadside safety elements. Pavemenf Marking Plans The STATE shall prepare final plan sheets, containing the pavement marking elements for the project, to 60°fo, 90%, and 100% review levels of completion. Illumination Design The STATE shall prepare Ad ready final plans, specifications and estimate (PS&E) for the illumination design elements for the project. The Ad ready plan sheets wi0 include contract plans for permanent and temporary illumination systems, electrical schematics and equipment and installation details. The STATE shall provide 60%, 90% and 100°/Q levels of plan completion for review. Signing Design The STATE shall prepare Ad ready finaf plan, specification and estimate (PS&E) for the sign design elements for the project, The Ad ready plan sheet will include contract plans, Sign Specification and Detail Sheets. The STATE shall provide 60%, 90%, and 100% levels of plan completion for review. Signal Design The STATE shafl prepare Ad ready final plans, specification and estimate (PS&E) for the Tra�c signal design elements for the project. The Ad ready plan sheetswill include contract plans for permanent and temporary Tra�c Signal systems, electrical schematics and equipment and installation details. The STATE shall provide 60%0, 90% and 100% levels of plan completion for review. {Mall Pfans The STATE shall prepare final plan sheets, containing retaining walts for the project, to 60°!0, 90°!0, and 100% review levels of completion. This will include plan, elevation, and details for each wall. Exhibit B— Detailed Scope of Work GCA-fi435 Page 33 of 35 , � Tra�c Contro/ Pians . � The STATE shall develop final traffic control pians for the project construction, based upon the Work Zone Traffic Control Strategy developed for the Design Documentation Package. The STATE shall provide 60%, 90%, and 100% levels of plan completion for review. Contract Specifications Development The STATE shaii write project special provisions and assembte the contract provisions for reviews and advertisement. Specificatians wiU be developed for 90°Io and 100% constructability reviews. Construction Estirnate Development The STATE shall create and keep up to date a quantities documentation notebook (hard copy or electronic) that shall include back up calculations and assumptions for every bid item on the Summary of Quantities (SOQ). Cost estimates shall include the development of quantity take-offs, unit price determinafion and compiling the estimate. Cost estimates shall be developed to reflect the following levels of design completion: • 90% level of completion • 100% level of completion Working Day Estimate The STATE shall prepare estimates of construction time (working days) for construction. Draft estimates will be submitted for the 90% level of completion and a final estimate with the 100%0 level of completion. Canstruction Permits The City of Federal Way will acquire a Right of Way permit for any Consfruction Signing located within city street right-of-way. AssumptFons: Construction permits from private property owners and King County will not be necessary. Exhibit B— Detaifed Scope of Work GCA-6435 Page 34 of 35 ■ , r WORK ELEMENT 4: REVIEWS � � , r This work element includes both internal Quality Control reviews and the ConsUuctability Review to be performed by the STATE. Constructability & Final PS8�E Reviews The STATE shall ensure that the project possesses the �ttributes ofi constructability, including coordination of all project elements, application ofi construction and maintenance knowledge, and review of inethods, techniques, sequences, and procedures by which the project can be built. This will be accomplished by regular coordination caf WSDOT suppart group and construction staff. Constructabiliry Reviews will be performed on the 60%, 90%0, and 100% PS&E packages. The 60 % Construetability Review witl address plans only. The 90% and 100% Constructability Reviews will address plans, specifications, and estimate. Proprietary lfems Appraval The STATE sha(I prepare justification documentation for use of praprietary items in the contract, if necessary, and shall see approval from FHWA. Lump Sum The STATE shall provide back up data and calculations for all lump sum items and non- standard item unit prices included in the 100% Engineer's Estimate. Updates shall be provided for the Praof Copy and Ad Gopy Engineer's Estimates. Advertisement Advertisement of the project shall be addressed in a supplement to this agreement, or a new agreemenf. Exhibit B- Detailed Scope of Work GCA-6435 Rage 35 of 35 � • � t ) � , ► MAP 2: DESIGNATED URBAN AND MANUFACTURING/INDUSTRIAI CENTERS (REGIONAI GRUWTH CENTERS) The region's growd�► plan — VISlON 2020 — encovroges population ond employmenl growfh wiFhin Urban G�owth Areos ehosen tn accor- donce wilh Washington's Growth Management Act. The se8ioo erwisions most growth occurring in designoted centers: Urban Centers are intended to concentrute bofh populai�on and �obs; ManuFucturing/Indusirial Centers are intended to conce�trote ioba. Note Ihat designa- lion of Ihe South lake Union urban cente� �s in pro8ress at the Nme fhis plan was being adopfed. � , : �, ._ .,.� w� �, � ....r,.. ' M l � y �� , , i }.. v ,• �` � ' �,_+ r � � � � i , � � � � ... . . , . . , _ �+� � K � � � i� � . .•�� ���',� , s � �� � �,� � � �� Pam�rr•�a ' � � �� .� . �. � � .�� � � � � � .. H�,+�i1�q.IGCaa�it . � . . , � tl� . i � r� ,,� � . ;,� . � h � } �, .. . . �. ' � . j -+. 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