Foster CM Group served as part of the lead design team for the SAWS Southwest Bexar Sewer Pipeline project (formerly known as the Medina River Sewer Outfall) project. The project consists of approximately 32 miles of large diameter sewer pipeline, which runs along the north side of the Medina River from a point in far west Bexar County to Dos Rios Water Recycling Center in southeast Bexar County, ranging from 36” pipeline to 96” pipeline.
Foster CM Group provided Document Controls and Scheduling services and was responsible for providing Baseline/ Modified Schedules, which identify the timing of the full scope of work and are the Program Manager’s plan for executing the work, as well as review of the contractor’s progressed schedule, which is to be updated monthly with actual progress and then compared against the Baseline Schedule, 30-day look ahead and, if necessary, the Corrective Action Schedule. Foster CM Group is providing Document Control services using Prolog web-based project management control tools. Collecting and distributing information between all appropriate members of the project team, project responsibilities include keeping up with RFIs and Submittals, sending them to project team for review and uploading responses/distributing them to team; updating RFI and Submittal logs and uploading to Prolog on a daily basis; assisting with preparation of Request for Proposal/Change Order documents with required information and updating the RFP/Change Order logs and posting them to Prolog (as needed); printing monthly updated schedules and as-built drawings for the Pay Estimate; assisting with preparation of the Pay Estimate documents for delivery to SAWS for processing; printing the material testing reports for PM review, distributing them to project team and posting them to Prolog on a weekly basis; printing Survey Cut Sheets for PM review, distributing them to project team and posting them to Prolog on a weekly basis; and other administrative duties, as needed.
- Document Controls
Construction Cost: $114 million