Okanogan PUD | Enloe Dam Project Review Committee

Okanogan PUD | Enloe Dam Project Review Committee

Okanogan PUD | Enloe Dam Project Review Committee | Project Approval Presentation | Design Build Contracting April 27, 2017 Overview District Background Project Location, History and Scope Districts Goals Team Organization Chart Project Budget and Schedule Approach to D-B Procurement and Agreement Benefits of Design Build Approach

Questions District Background Public Utility District No. 1 of Okanogan County (District) serves the electricity and broadband needs of Okanogan County, the largest county in the state of Washington @ 5315 sq-miles). District formed by voters in 1939 and has a Board consisting of three elected officials serving six year terms on a staggered basis.

In 1945 District completed purchase of Washington Water Power electric system (including Enloe Dam and Power Plant) . TODAY ~100 Employees serving 15,700 customers 104 miles of 115-kV transmission line and 16 substations. 1373 miles of overhead and 437 miles of underground distribution line.

Main electric power sources BPA, Wells Hydro, Nine Canyon Wind Farm Standard and Poors A bond rating; Moodys A1 bond rating Enloe Dam and retired power plant 3 Project Location Project Map

Location Similkameen River 3.5 miles NW of Oroville, WA. A 50 Year FERC License for a 9 MW power plant issued July 2013 . Enloe Dam History Dam and 3.6-MW hydroelectric power plant constructed in 1920s. Power plant decommissioned in 1958 when low-cost electric power from Bonneville System became available. 6 New Power Plant SCOPE New Power

Plant Enloe Dam Modifications Addition of crest gates and outlet works, Power Headworks - New intake channel, power intake, and penstocks on the east bank next to the existing dam, Power Plant - New 9-MW hydroelectric power plant and tailrace channel on east bank of the river downstream of the existing dam, Interconnection - New electric substation and a short interconnection to the Districts existing distribution system. 8 SCOPE New Power Plant SCOPE New Power Plant

Enloe Dam Modifications Addition of crest gates and outlet works, Power Headworks - New intake channel, power intake, and penstocks on the east bank next to the existing dam, Power Plant - New 9-MW hydroelectric power plant and tailrace channel on east bank of the river downstream of the existing dam, Interconnection - New electric substation and a short interconnection to the Districts existing distribution system. Other Features Improvements to public recreation facilities. New fish habitat enhancement facilities. Electric Power Generation - Estimated average output - 45 GWh/year. 10 District Goals

Cost - Minimize cost of owning Enloe Dam including incremental costs and benefits of hydropower generation. Project Finance, Operations and Maintenance Best fit with Districts ongoing commitments, operations and resources. Quality Meet electric utility quality standards. Safety Maintain safety of human life and property. Climate Change Help reduce carbon emissions. Environment Resource stewardship and enhancement. Compliance Comply with laws, permits and approvals. Collaboration Partnership with D-B Team and Regulators. Risk Best allocation between participants. Schedule Meet milestone dates in FERC License. 11 Team Organizational Chart

Project Budget Item Cost ($) Professional Services $5,807,000 Design & Construction Costs $15,050,000 Equipment and Furnishings

$9,879,000 Contingencies $4,415,000 Other Related Project Costs $4,653,000 Use Tax $2,696,000 Total

$42,500,000 Activity & Schedule ACTIVITY D-B Project Management Consultant SCHEDULED DATES PRC Approval 12/01/2016 APPROVED Issue D-B RFQ D-B SOQs Due

Short List Firms/Issue D-B RFP Proposals Due New PRC Hearing Award D-B Contract COMPLETE Subsequently revoked 3/15/2017 due to appeal December 13, 2016 January 13, 2017 Received SOQs from 9 Firms AECOM, ASI, CF MALM, GRAHAM, KIEWIT, MAX KUNEY, McMILLEN JACOBS, MOUNTAIN STATES HYDRO, SNC LAVALIN/AECON

February 17, 2017 March 31, 2017 April 27, 2017 May 15, 2017 Design- Build Procurement RFQ Team Organization Successful Experience with Projects of Similar Scope and Complexity Experience developing GMP collaboratively with Owner

Shortlist - no more than five finalists (District shortlisted four) RFP Approach to meeting District Goals Interactive Proprietary Meetings Innovation/Problem Solving Collaboration approach with District and Regulators Honorarium - $10,000 Alternate DBFOM proposals invited

Design-Build Agreement 1. Validation Period Validate information from the Owner. Refine owner requirements and project scope. Develop design criteria - Basis of design documents. Innovation and value engineering options. Permitting/Compliance approach. Develop target schedule and budget. Develop GMP, Fixed Price or other price approach. Update schedule Contract amendment. 2. Execution Period Complete permitting in collaboration with District Ongoing regulatory compliance with District. Complete engineering design.

Equipment procurement. Construction. Operation & Maintenance (Optional). Benefits of Design-Build Approach RCW 39.10.280(2)(a) will provide a substantial fiscal benefit Innovation, cost savings and other benefits from value engineering executed by the District/DB team. Cost-risk benefits in allocating design, integration and performance risk to the D-B team.

Alternative financing, operations and maintenance proposal will provide District with significant benefit. RCW 39.10.300(1)(a) The construction activities are highly specialized and a design-build approach is critical in developing the construction methodology Hydro power plant construction requires close collaboration between designer, generating equipment supplier and installation contractor. RCW 39.10.300(1)(b) The projects selected provide opportunity for greater innovation or efficiencies between the designer and the builder Early contractor involvement to address constructability issues, develop practical

construction plans and to finalize environmental plans and protection measures. Integration of design, permitting, procurement and construction of power facilities creates opportunities for innovative and cost-effective solutions. RCW 39.10.300(1)(c) significant savings in project delivery time would be realized Project delivery time reduced by early initiation of equipment procurement and by overlapping final engineering design with equipment procurement and construction. Questions?

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