DESIGN BUILD

CES has substantial Experience in performing as Contract Specialist for VDOT’s Design Build Program as well as QA/QC for the Design Builder Teams


Specifically, CES has supported VDOT’s Design Build Program on both a District level as well as on a Program level. CES has developed numerous preconstruction schedules for Design Build Projects in NOVA as well as performed review and analysis on multiple Design Build Projects including the Route 7 Corridor Improvements, Route 7 Truck Climbing Lanes, and the Route 606 Widening Projects. This knowledge and experience of development of Contract Time Determination Reports (CTDR) has facilitated problem resolution of challenges and administrative issues to allow for successful completion of numerous complex projects.

CES has supported VDOT’s Design-Build Program on a statewide level as a subconsultant to Warner on the current nonprofessional Innovative Project Delivery Contract as well as supporting a current Limited Services term contract for Design Build and P3.  

CES has also provided support to the Design Build teams on several projects providing QA and QC service across the Commonwealth including development of the QA and QC management documents for the projects.

We have fully certified QAMs with PE/DBIA/CCM credentials and QCMs with DBIA/CCMs



Design Build Project Experience


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Utility Relocation Coordination Services
CES staff experts brings into play and highlights of utility engineering solutions with boots on the ground approach which brings an excellent mitigation against any cost and time impacts. CES provides value added services with leadership in Utility As-Built Mapping Program using Radio Frequency Identification Technique (RFID) / GPS Advanced Technologies to assist Design Project Managers and Construction Managers in dealing with the design and construction issues resulting from incorrect utility records. RFID markers system will provide the backbone of the GPS mapping system and will produce specific information for future use by the Contractors, Locators and Designers. (more…)
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Quality Control Services
The Quality Control team will be led by an experienced and qualified Quality Control Manager (QCM) who will report directly to the Construction Manager as well as liaison directly with the Quality Assurance Manager and will follow the approved Project Quality Management Plan (PQMP) that details the processes and procedures for the managing, inspecting, testing, documenting all the construction planning and production work on site. (more…)
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Quality Assurance Services
The Quality Assurance staff will be led by an experienced and Quality Assurance Manager (QAM), following the approved Project Quality Management Plan (PQMP) that details the processes and procedures for the managing, inspecting, testing, documenting all the construction planning and production work on site. The QAM will execute plans, instructions, procedures, and improvements to the quality control process. The QAM will also have a detailed Quality Assurance Auditing and Nonconformance Recovery Plan and use this plan to ensure all subcontractors and suppliers are adhering to the project’s PQMP plan. The QAM is experienced and recognizes the differences between deficiencies and Non-Conforming Reports generated by the construction work in the field and has extensive experience in coming up with solutions to resolve these items expeditiously. (more…)
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IA/IV Services and Scheduling
VDOT/Locality Design Build Projects (more…)
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Construction at Risk
CES is a Class I Contractor specializing in Traffic Signals, High Mast Lighting, Light Poles, Ground mounted and Overhead Sign Structures. (more…)
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Design Build Project Examples


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Route 606/Loudoun County Parkway
Loudoun County Parkway/Old Ox Road (Route 606) connects two major roads, Route 50 and Route 28 (Sully Road) and is a desirable route for motorists from points west to access Ashburn, Sterling and Herndon. The road is currently congested in both directions during peak hours. This project will address the need to increase capacity on this section of road due to growth in the surrounding area and the resulting increase in traffic congestion. CES Consulting LLC (CES) is responsible for providing the construction manager, construction quality assurance inspectors and senior scheduler for the project. The Metropolitan Washington Airport Authority (MWAA), Loudoun County and Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) are jointly funding the project, which is being developed by VDOT. (more…)
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Route 7 Truck Climbing Lane
This project consists of constructing two miles of truck climbing lane for slow-moving heavy vehicles. Currently, heavy trucks such as tractor-trailers often slow traffic behind them as they travel the steep grade. CES Consulting LLC (CES) is responsible for providing the construction manager and senior scheduler for this project. (more…)
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Route 29 Solutions Project

This contract consists of three projects constructed simultaneously on the Route 29 Corridor: construction of a grade separated intersection on Route 29 with major utility relocations, accelerated bridge and roadway construction; 2.9 mile long widening of Route 29; and 2.9 mile construction of Berkmar Drive (new road) and bridge paralleling Route 29.

CES Consulting LLC(CES) was responsible for providing the Quality Assurance Program for this project. CES Consulting provided the Quality Assurance Manager, QA senior Inspectors, QA testing technician and office support staff.  (more…)

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I.66 and Route 234 Park and Ride

This parking lot is built at the intersection of Route 234 By pass and I-66 on Cushing Road giving access to I-66 east bound lane and accommodates over 420 parking spaces.

This project included grading, drainage, underdrains, guardrail, asphalt pavement, signs,lighting,communication equipment, signalized intersection, pavement markings, planting/ and concrete items. The concrete comprised of items such as curb and gutter, light pole foundations,concrete pads, concrete sidewalks,bus shelter,bicycle racks and concrete end walls. (more…)

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I-64 Segment II Widening

Scope of work This $138.7 million Design Build project will widen Interstate 64 from 1.05 miles west of Route 199 (Humelsine Parkway/Marquis Center Parkway) near exit 242 to where the Segment I project ends, 0.54 miles east of Route 238 (Yorktown Road) near exit 247. This will extend the three-lane section of I-64 from the point where the I-64 Segment I project ends west for approximately 7.08 miles. The proposed improvements include pavement reconstruction of existing lanes and additional 12-foot wide travel lanes and 12-foot wide shoulder lanes, and widening of nine (9) existing bridges and six (6) box culverts that lie inside the project limits. CES Consulting is assisting VDOT with the Owner IA oversight of the project, providing CE&I staff for construction management including the roles of responsible charge, construction manager, environmental compliance, and senior inspection. (more…)

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