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     Concerning Section 2.1.1, This section requires registration with the Kentucky Secretary of State. Is
01   their a similar requirement for the State of Indiana required?

     Are we correct in interpreting the second to the last paragraph of section 2.2.5 to mean that the
     Contractor prequalification and Certificate of Eligibility is not required until the time of performance
02   of the services and not prior to award of the design
     If the proposer is a joint venture, do all JV members need to be prequalified and have a Certificate of
03   Eligibility?
     What is the maximum eligibility amount required for prequalifying to bid the Downtown Phase
04   project?

05   What are the types of work required for prequalifying to bid the Downtown Phase project?

06   How does KYTC calculate the maximum eligibility amount if the proposer is a joint venture?




     Concerning Section 2.2.4, This section requires prequalification of Design firms with key personnel
     identified in the SOQ to be prequalified with KYTC prior to submission of the SOQ. Recognizing the
07   planned short RFQ response period and the specialty desi
     Concerning section 2.2.4, correct reference in the section regarding key personnel from Section 2.2.3
08   to Section 2.3.3.

     Concerning section 2.3.7, This section requires that the Key Personnel resumes are to include
     “owner contacts representing the referenced projects included under ‘Experience’ “ i.e. the 8
09   Reference Projects identified in Section 2.3. This requirement wi
     Concerning section 2.3.8, this section identifies that Form AOR is to be included in Appendix A of the
     SOQ, however the heading of Form AOR states it is to be attached to the SOQ cover letter. Please
10   clarify.
     Concerning section 2.3, related to the “Letter of Bonding Ability” please clarify the required bonding
11   required.
     Please specify which work types the bidder must be prequalified for with respect to being
12   prequalified as a Contractor in Kentucky.
13   Please define the term "bidder" as used in the first sentence of this section.


     When does the requirement to be prequalified as a Contractor need to be met, when the SOQ is
14   submitted or when the final proposal is submitted?
     Could the proof of the ability to provide the required bonding be an additional pass/fail criteria for
15   the SOQ Evaluation?




16   Could a column be added for retaining walls to the scope of work for DBE’s?
     Concerning the requirements of prequalification limits for the project, does this apply to a
17   subcontractor?
18   What are the bonding requirements?


19   Will the project utilize Indiana or Kentucky specifications and prevailing wages?
20   Who will be the Hazmat generator?
21   Will Historic Preservation Advisory Teams(HPAT) provide a role in process?
22   What are the DBE/WBE goals for the project?
23   Is there any consideration for Professional Services for DBE firms?

24   Is there any limitation on DBE firms to participate on more than one DBT?

     The table at the beginning of this section has a line that says "Letter of Bonding Ability", but neither
     the bonding requirements for the project nor the requirements for this Letter are stated anywhere
     in the draft RFQ. It was stated in the pre-bid Pre-bid Meeting on March 1, 2012 that a 100%
     Payment and Performance Bond would be required for the project. Please specify in the final RFQ
25   the requirements for bonding of the project and the requirements for the Letter of Bonding Ability.
     Referring to section 2.3.2 seventh bullet, this refers to "…coordinating with a tolling integrator that
     was awarded project under a separate agency contract." Suggest this be more clearly defined
     regarding "coordination" and the term "integrator". Is it necessary that the "integrator" must have
26   had a contract only through a separate public agency?
     Concerning section 2.3.3, this requires "...at least ten years of recent design build experience…of
     major highways and river structures." Does this mean the last ten years of this person's experience
     must be all design-build experience? Will major highway/river structure design-bid-build experience
27   during this time not be counted?

     Under the DBE/EEO Program experience, the evaluation is listed as pass/fail, where a failing grade
     may be considered a basis for rejecting the SOQ. However, per Section 2.3.6, this would be a
     subjective evaluation of a five-page plan for the project. How then will the pass/fail line be drawn?
28   In other words, what is the criteria for a passing grade?

     In the middle of the form, it requests information only for projects completed within the years 2009,
     2010, and 2011. Since projects similar to this one would be of multi-year duration (and not
     necessarily design-build), it is unlikely that very many will just have happened to finish during these
29   three particular years. Suggest this range be increased to the last 10 years.
     If the bidder is a joint venture, would it meet the work type prequalification requirement if only the
     member of the joint venture with the largest share of the joint venture met this requirement or do
     all members need to meet the requirement or does the joint venture entity itself need to be
30   prequalified as a Contractor?


31   Will the DBTs’ SOQ submittal documents remain confidential prior to Project Award?
     Industry standard Performance and Payment Bond for a project of this size, over $1B, would typically
     be limited to 50% of project value. We recommend that you consider setting the RFP Performance
     and Payment Bond in the range of this industry standard. Surety firms may have issues with such a
32   large amount.
     Is there any requirement for the DBT to have an independent firm to perform QA for both design
33   and construction?

34   Currently, the only available files are Microstation DGN files, will other formats be available?

     We are planning our RFQ for the Ohio Bridges Downtown Phase and we would like to capture all the
     data for ease of use. The documents on the Web page below can only be downloaded on at a time.
35   Can KYTC set up an FTP site of zip files for the bulk of documents?

     Please clarify that the Prequalification Requirement (Section 12.9) for Relocation Review in Indiana is
36   still valid. It is our understanding that Indiana no longer prequalifies consultants for this service.
     This is a mega-project, which is frequently insured on a “wrap up” (OCIP or CCIP) type project
     instead of each contractor purchasing conventional insurance. Are there plans for a broker
37   selection or a RFP for insurance placement for this project ?
38   Will this project conform to Buy American requirements prescribed by federal law?

39   Will the Traffic and Revenue Study for the Project be released?
40   Will KYTC define the scope of the "rehabilitation of the existing I-65 Kennedy Bridge"?
     The stipend amount of $1.5 million dollars to the unsuccessful bidders is too low. This is less than
41   0.15%. Can this be increased?

     The submission of the SOQ on April 2, 2012 is a Monday. In addition, the submission of the price
     proposal is October 15, 2012 which is also a Monday. Any submission on a Monday causes logistical
     difficulties for the DBT. Submission dates in the later part of the week are much preferred. We
42   request the SOQ submission date be changed to April 4, 2012.

     The submission of the Technical Proposal on August 31, 2012 with the Price Proposal not submitted
     until October 15, 2010 is not desirable to the DBT. It is preferred that the price proposal and the
     technical proposal be submitted on the same day. If they must be staggered, a much shorter time
     frame between technical proposal submittal and price submittal is desired, such as one week. The
     preparation of the Price proposal and Technical Proposal documents work concurrently. Allowing
     additional time for the completion of the Technical Proposal, without extending the Price Proposal
     date will improve the ability of the DBTs to provide the most complete and cost effective proposals.
     Also, the current procurement schedule allows only one month from the close of the ITC period to
     the submittal of the Technical Proposal. This is a short time frame to incorporate approved ITCs into
     the Technical Proposal documents. Moving the Technical Proposal due date closer to the Price
43   Proposal will help this situation.
     This section states, "The references should be owner contacts representing the referenced projects
     included under "Experience". Is it the intent to have two references for each person? The eight
     projects featured in the experience will come up on the resumes with references, but there will be
     references for additional projects since the seven people may not have worked on two of the
44   projects featured. Is this acceptable?
     If the DBT is a joint venture, please clarify if the joint venture needs to register with the Kentucky
     Secretary of State or is it acceptable if each member of the joint venture is registered with the
45   Kentucky Secretary of State?
     This form requests the DBT to submit DBE participation records for the past three years of each
     major participant. As a large general contractor, we complete hundreds of projects each year that
     would result in over a 1000 projects that data would need to be provided. Our designer has offices
     all over the world and completes over a thousand projects per year. This would result in over a 3,000
     projects that would need to be listed on Form DBE. It will be nearly impossible to compile this
     information in this short procurement period. Can the scope of this form be limited in some way
46   and still provide the information KYTC desires?

47   Can the electronic copies of the SOQ be submitted on two flash drives in lieu of CDs/DVDs?
     Consider requesting the past performance of the DBT in regards to overall safety performance. This
48   can be request in the form of EMR values.

     As the schedule relates to the ITC process, it could be interpreted that the ITC process will be 4
     months and the approval of the ITCs won't be given until one month before the technical proposals
     are due. We are hopeful that it is the intention of KYTC that the ITC process will include ongoing,
49   confidential, and incremental approvals of ITCs throughout the 4 month timeframe.
     Consider adding a RFP review and comment period to the schedule. As well as issuing a Draft RFP as
50   soon as possible rather than waiting till the ROD is finalized.
     Please clarify in the document that the listed firms are the only firms who would have a conflict of
51   interest.
     Consider requesting the DBTs provide an example of a successfully implement Project Quality Plan
     on a project of similar size and complexity. This plan should demonstrate the organization structure
52   and the process required.

53   Suggest adding positions to the list of Key Personnel.


     The RFQ currently states that two references should be provided for each key personnel and that
     references should be owner contacts representing the referenced projects included under
     "Experience". For the experience and references associated with the key personnel are for large
     projects which would have longer construction periods then having the references for the key
     personnel tied to the eight referenced projects will not fully represent the experience and references
     for key personnel. Additional projects and references should be considered in order for KYTC to fully
     evaluate each of the key positions. This may require additional page count numbers. A suggestion
     would be the 8 best projects that represent the team's experience and two references for each key
54   personnel with corresponding project information that best represent the key personnel.
     Section 2.3.3 Legal references 2.3.8 which lists the required forms. Item No.4 in section 2.3.3 asks
     for "…evidence of joint and several liability for the DBT's obligations under the contract, in
     accordance with 2.3.8". Section 2.3.8 lists the forms required. When looking at the forms, none
55   include an opportunity to provide this information.

     These sections request experience from "completed" projects. For project design references please
     clarify what is meant by "completed", i.e., completed design or completed design and construction.
     For construction references, is it acceptable to use projects that are currently substantially complete
56   but have not reached final completion?
     Will the forms required in Appendix A (Form L-1, L-2, and DBE) be provided in an editable format
57   such as Microsoft Word or Excel?


     Section 2.2.8 Quality Management states, “The DBT will be required to plan, implement and provide
     a Project Quality Plan. KYTC anticipates utilizing a third party professional Quality Assurance and
     Quality Control (QA/QC) firm to perform Construction Engineering and Inspection (CEI) services for
     the duration of the project. The QA/QC firm will also provide design review and construction QA/QC
     services.” Does the DBT need to have a QA/QC (CEI) firm on our team or is the intent of this section
58   for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet to contract directly with a QA/QC firm for these services?

     Please clarify that all of the information requested in section 2.2.3 will be placed in Appendix A and
     will not be counted against any required maximum page count. Also is the requested information to
59   be placed before or after the forms requested in Appendix A?


     I am trying to access the RFP for Underwriter Services for The Ohio River Bridges Downtown
     Crossing. I found the RFQ for design-build teams, but could not find the one for an Underwriter.
60   Where can I find this?




61   How is the insurance for this project going to be placed ?




     Our firm is interested in submitting a response for Underwriting Services. Is the response you
62   provided below of Underwriter’s, or is it for Bond Counsel? Thank you.

     Regarding the posted Questions/Answers, can an e-mail be sent to the Project Contact person with
63   notification any time there is a new posting or change to the Questions/Answers?
     Could the Question/Answer database (spreadsheet) be made available in Excel format (or other
     editable format) and that the questions be sequentially numbered as they arrive? By providing a
     spreadsheet, KYTC will make available the full question (in some cases on the website, it appears
     that the question has be truncated) and would allow the Contractors to keep track of any changes to
64   the answers.
     If any question or answer is modified, can the existing text be shown as strikethrough, and any new
65   text be shown in red?
     In Section 2.2.2 of the RFQ, Major Participant, Item #2 on page 13, the definition of a Major
     Participant includes a reference to “any other legal however organized holding (directly or indirectly)
     a 15 percent or greater interest in the DBT.” Some large, world-wide companies can be made up of
     literally hundreds of different subsidiaries in many countries and would thereby have an indirect
     interest in the DBT. Therefore, we request that the reference to "indirect" parent companies be
66   removed.
     Can a red-lined version of any changes made to the final RFQ/RFP be made available so that all
67   revisions can be clearly delineated?




68   Please identify when the interviews will be conducted.

69   Is it acceptable to the Cabinet for Proposers to use the KYTC logo in the Statement of Qualifications?




     As for the Traffic and Revenue Study, we understand that the proposers are not going to be
     responsible for toll collections or figuring toll generation into our bids but we would still like to see
70   the information. So please consider releasing the information.
     Can the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet provide direction or clarity on how the Questions and
     Answers will be numbered or grouped on the KYTC procurement website? Form AOR asked the DBT
     to provide “the responses to questions number” and the “date issued by the Agencies”. It would be
     helpful if KYTC would advise how the DBT should summarize or organize the questions and answers
71   to respond on Form AOR.




72   Why are the first 10 Q/A’s shown as being modified? on 3-27-12 What changed?
Answer

No.

Any contractor listed as a Major Participant as defined in Section 2.2.2 must be prequalified by April
13, 2012, before announcement of the short list. Organizations and individuals providing other
services shall be prequalified and possess a Certificate of Eligibility prior to performing the work.

Yes.

Contractor's eligibility must be sufficient to carry the total bid amount.
To bid as a Prime, the Contractor must be Prequalified as E5 - Bridges Over Navigable Streams.
Review Section 2.2.4 in Final RFQ.

The total bid amount is divided equally among the participants in a joint venture.

Per KRS 45A.825 (1) (a), a firm shall not be considered for providing architectural, engineering, or
engineering-related services to the Finance and Administration Cabinet or engineering or
engineering-related services to the Transportation Cabinet unless the relevant procuring agency has
prequalified the firm prior to notice of a request for proposals to which that firm intends to respond.
 The Key Personnel listed in Section 2.3.3 shall work for a prequalified firm. The language in this
section has been changed in the Final RFQ.

This will be corrected in the final RFQ.




This will be changed in the final RFQ.


This will be corrected in the final RFQ.

This will clarified in the final RFQ.

At a minimum, the DBT must be prequalified as E5 - Bridges over Navigable Streams.
This will be corrected to DBT in the final RFQ.

Any contractor listed as a Major Participant as defined in Section 2.2.2 must be prequalified by April
13, 2012, before announcement of the short list. Organizations and individuals providing other
services shall be prequalified and possess a Certificate of Eligibility prior to performing the work.

Yes, this will change in the final RFQ.

The DBE work opportunities presented at the Pre-Bid meeting were only examples of potential DBE
work identified through a project opportunities report. The list was not to be considered exhaustive.
DBE firms may participate in any facet of the project for which they are prequalified. They may also
play a construction role or a professional service/design role.
The prequalification eligibility amounts do not apply to subcontractors
Bonding Requirements will be clarified in the Final RFQ.
The project will use Indiana specs and prevailing wages for work in Indiana. The project will use
Kentucky specs and prevailing wages for work in Kentucky. The Downtown Bridge will utilize
Kentucky specifications.
This will be clarified in the RFP.
HPAT roles will be defined in the RFP.
Goals will be provided in the RFP.
Yes, DBEs may provide professional services.
DBEs can participate on more than one DBT if the DBE is not a "major participant" as defined in
Section 2.2.2.




Bonding Requirements will be clarified in the Final RFQ




Section 2.3.2 has been changed to indicate that tolling integrator could have been part of the DBT.


No, Section 2.3.3 has been changed to indicate that Project Manager should have 10 years of Design
Build experience. Removed word "recent". DBB experience will also be considered.




Section 2.6.5 has been changed to clarify the criteria for a passing grade.




The form has been changed to "over last 10 years".


The lead member of the JV shall be prequalified in E5 - Bridges over Navigable Streams and all other
members of the JV shall be prequalified with KYTC by work type.
After teams are short listed, SOQs of those teams not short listed will be subject to open records
requests. SOQs for those short listed teams will not be eligible for open records requests prior to
project award.




Bonding Requirements will be clarified in the Final RFQ.
KYTC will provide QA through a 3rd party. The DBT will be required to propose a Project Quality Plan
as stated in Section 2.2.8 and 2.3.2.

No, Microstation is the format used by KYTC.




Yes, we are currently developing an ftp site to make file transfers easier.


This requirement is no longer valid. INDOT now reviews all relocation information.


No.
Yes.
No, traffic and revenue studies are not relevant to the downtown DB contract. Traffic information
will be provided in the RFP.
This will be further clarified in the RFP.

The amount is set.




The dates will remain as scheduled.




KYTC will accept the Price Proposal anytime before October 15, 2012 if the DBT wishes to submit
earlier. The time between the submittal dates is proposed in order to allow KYTC Advisory
Committee and Scoring Committee necessary time to review and score each technical proposal
respectively. As updated in the final RFQ, the ITC process will include ongoing, confidential, and
incremental approvals throughout the four month timeframe.




This has been changed in the Final RFQ.

The JV does not need to be registered with the Kentucky Secretary of State. It is acceptable if each
member of the JV is registered with the Kentucky Secretary of State.
Provide information from projects completed within the last 10 years. It is not required to be
exhaustive. Provide information that indicates the DBT's experience managing a DBE project plan.

Yes, this has been clarified in the Final RFQ.

The safety plan is discussed in Section 2.3.2 in the Final RFQ.




The ITC process will include ongoing, confidential, and incremental approvals of ITCs throughout the
4 month timeframe. This will be clarified in the RFP.

KYTC will manage changes/suggestions for the RFP through the addenda process.

Section 2.2.6 will be updated in the Final RFQ.

Experience with successful Project Quality Plans will be requested in Sections 2.2.8 and 2.3.2 in the
Final RFQ.
Additional personnel beyond the list of Key Personnel may be included in the SOQ and should be
shown in the Organizational Chart. Additional resumes may also be included.




The two references for Key Personnel do not have to correspond to 8 referenced projects from
Experience section. This will be changed in final RFQ.




The line "in accordance with 2.3.8" will be removed in the final RFQ.




Substantially complete projects will suffice.
Yes, they are posted under RESOURCES on the website. http://transportation.ky.gov/Ohio-River-
Bridges/Pages/default.aspx




The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will keep ownership and contract directly for QA/QC. The RFP
will clarify the role of the DBT and third party QA/QC firm.


That is correct; information should be placed in Appendix A and will not be counted against any
required max. page count. The information can be placed after the forms.

The Kentucky Public Transportation Infrastructure Authority and Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
will evaluate the awarded Design Build Team’s forecasted construction expenditures prior to
Kentucky’s Finance and Administration Cabinet’s Office of Financial Management issuing a Request
for Proposal consistent with KRS 45A.840-879 for Bond Counsel.

In addition to requiring 100% performance and payment bonds, Section 107.18 of the Kentucky
Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction states that Public Liability Insurance,
Property Damage Liability Insurance, Protective Public Liability Insurance, Protective Property
Damage Liability, and Liability Insurance for Highway and Railroad Separation shall be carried by the
contractor until Formal Acceptance of the project is issued by the Commonwealth.


Kentucky’s Finance and Administration Cabinet’s Office of Financial Management will conduct a pre-
qualification process for both bond counsel and underwriter services upon approval of the Kentucky
Transportation Cabinet’s Biennial Budget by the Kentucky General Assembly. That approval is
anticipated to occur prior to April 16, 2012. The timing for the underwriter Request for Proposal will
be determined once the selected design build team’s schedule and estimated need for funds is
defined. That will occur after project award which is scheduled to be October 2012. At present, bond
funds are not anticipated to be needed for the Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges
Project—Downtown Crossing until FY2015.As with all Kentucky state level issuers, RFQ’s
and RFP’s may be found at: http://finance.ky.gov/ourcabinet/caboff/OOC/ofm/debt/


A response will be sent to the person that asked the question in addition to posting the question and
response on KYTC’s Construction Procurement website.


Yes, the spreadsheet will be made available on the website. Concerning truncated questions, KYTC
reserves the right to change questions as they might provide information we do not feel appropriate
to promulgate.
It is current policy to denote any Q/A that has changed as revised and highlight the revised answer.
 The previously given answer will be maintained on the website.
Whether the entity has direct or indirect interest in the DBT, it shall be listed as a Major Participant if
it has a 15% interest or more in the DBT. Entities that have less than 15% interest in the DBT are not
required to be listed.
Yes, a red-lined version will be posted on the website http://transportation.ky.gov/Ohio-River-
Bridges/Pages/default.aspx

Depending on the number of Design Build Teams submitting a statement of qualification, all
interviews will be held on Tuesday April 10, 2012, at the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet 200 Mero
St. Frankfort, KY 40622, Room C107 . The times of the interviews will be scheduled with the Design
Build Team after the Statements of Qualification are submitted.
Yes, it is acceptable to KYTC for proposers to use the KYTC logo for the purposes of the Statement of
Qualifications as long as no KYTC-endorsement of the DBT is inferred.
For concerns regarding the financial feasibility and commitment of the two states to the project,
please see the Financial Plan submitted by the Louisville and Southern Indiana Bridges Project
Authority to the Kentucky Public Transportation Infrastructure Authority and the Memorandum of
Understanding signed by the governors of Kentucky and Indiana.
http://www.bridgesauthority.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/Financial-Plan-Update-3-5-12.pdf
 and http://www.bridgesauthority.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/MOU-Signed-2012-03-05-
Bridges.pdf




The Question and Answers section on the website along with the spreadsheet on the website have
the Q/A’s in the order they were originally posted/created.
Neither the question nor the answer on the first 10 Q/A’s have been currently modified. When the
question numbers were added, the first 10 required adding the “0” in front of the number and that is
considered a modification in our system. If the actual question and/or answer is modified, it will be
denoted and highlighted.
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Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions

Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions




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Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions
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Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions




Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions


Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions




Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions
Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions

Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions




Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions


Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions


Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions
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Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions


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Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions

Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions




Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions

Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions

Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions


Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions

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Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions




Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions




Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions




Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions




Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions


Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions




Ohio-River-Bridges/Lists/Frequently Asked Questions

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