TODAY’S BRIEFING FOR August 25, 2009 


Current Progress since Last Update: 

RCF – Construction Progress: 
Locations can be viewed by referring to the Logistic Plan from the PowerPoint Supplement page 
1 and 2 


Since project suspension was lifted by the Port Commission on June 30, 2009, Turner and the 
subcontractors are continuing to staff up, and perform project restart activities. The Project 
should be fully re-staffed by the end of the month. 


Installation and backfill of miscellaneous footings, columns, and walls for the main building 
and the QTA-s is ongoing. Footing installation is in progress in QTA #1, while wall 
installation is in progress in all four QTA-s. Footings are nearing completion in the Southwest 
section of the main building (Area C), and continue in areas E through F. 


Discovered more contaminated soils as expected in the area of QTA 1. 


Installation of bridge #4 footing is complete. Backfill is in progress. 


Elevated slab placement for the second floor of the facility has commenced in the North West 
area of the building (Area A). The Contractor is continuing to place ground slab in the 
southern direction (Area B). Slab placement in area B is preceded by electrical and 
mechanical (plumbing) utility installation in areas B and C. 


Detention Vault is complete, with the exception of punch list items. 


Shoring walls are complete, and punch list work is ongoing. 


Site waterline to enable double feed for the fire fighting system on the North end of the 
airfield was completed in mid-August. 


Temporary erosion and dust control efforts continue. 


Processing of project submittals and requests for information continues. 


Timely negotiation and resolution of conforming design development and suspension costs is 
in progress. 


Turner has submitted the updated project schedule and time impact analysis, identifying 
suspension related delays. Turner has also submitted the proposed impact mitigation 
schedule, currently under review by the Port staff.




Held the design kick-off meeting for the CNG Fueling Facility as part of the Bus 
Maintenance Facility project. 


90% design of the Off-Site Roadway Improvement project will be received by the end of 
August, 2009. 


Coordinating with Qwest and Puget Sound Energy for advance utility relocations in support 
of the Off-Site Roadway Improvement project. 


Processing an Amendment to pay for all but one after-the-fact design services claims having 
a total value of $275,000. 


Issued 13 Design Change Notices (DCN’s) to date. Currently there are an additional 22 
design changes in process. These will be consolidated into future DCN’s. 


Continue to refine Team Building effort and aligning Port and Design Team staff with 
Turner’s revised staffing to expedite the restart. 


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Date of Meeting:     August 25, 2009 

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