FDOT - FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY Six Sigma Project...

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Auraliz Benitez By : Six Sigma Project Six Sigma Project FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY William Salisbury Pastor Gonzalez Edward Schumann STREAMLINE RESURFACING SCOPING PROCESS FOR FDOT PROJECTS
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Introduction Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) State Highway System consists of 12,093 miles of roadway and 6,549 bridges 800 Aviation facilities 28 Fixed-route systems 1 Commuter rail system (Tri-Rail) 14 Seaports 2,796 Railway miles $33.8 billion in the five-year work program Many opportunities for Six Sigma implementation
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RRR Projects Resurfacing, Restoration and Rehabilitation (RRR) Projects This is the most common type of FDOT project. The goal is to extend the service life of an existing pavement and enhance highway safety. Construction typically includes a new layer of asphalt and safety improvements such as improved traffic signalization Requires involvement and coordination between over 10 areas of FDOT Multiple steps in the process from Planning to Construction
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RRR Projects – Scoping Report Scoping Report for RRR Projects Overseen by the FDOT Project Development and Engineering Office Typically conducted by Consultant Engineering firms Section of roadway in need of work is selected by Planning office based on the pavement condition and safety concerns Consultant evaluates roadway Provides recommendations for improvement in the form of a Scoping Report
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GOALS AND OBJECTIVES Shorten Process Schedule Minimize Cost Improve Quality
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RRR Scoping Report Process Involves input from: FDOT Consultants Team-up Scope Report
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CURRENT PROCESS - FLOW CHART Locate Most Recent “As Builts” for Each Corridor Assign Segment to Scoping Consultant Consultant Develops Draft Scoping Report Traffic Operations prepares Safety Study included in Scoping Report Comments from ERC Incorporated into Draft Reports Environmental Documents Incorporated into Draft Final Document Revisions to Draft Final as Required Pavement Condition Report (Prepared by Planning) Draft Scoping Submitted for Review in Electronic Review Comments (ERC) Draft Final Report Submitted for Review in ERC with Initial Design Comments Final Scoping Report Submitted Final LRE Estimate in Work Program Revision Project Design Existing Structural Number Greater than required Design Period? (14 years) Pavement Only Project Ride Only Consultant Develops Ride Only Scoping Report 5 Days 2 Days 60 Days 60 Days 30 Days 15 Days 15 Days 1 Day 15 Days 10 Days Total: 140 Days District Review Pavement Only Project? Draft Report Submitted to Environmental Section for Development of Environmental Document NO 1 YES 1 Central Office Pavement Design Office YES Central Office Pavement Design Office Process Terminator Decision Document LEGEND FDOT Preliminary Steps FDOT Scoping Report Consultant Scoping Report FDOT Final Steps Day 1 Consultant Finishes Draft Scoping Report See also separate chart for this activity 2 Days 2 Days * * Final Pavement RRR Deficient List Forward Final List of
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This note was uploaded on 12/03/2011 for the course EIN 5226 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at FIU.

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