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  Certain Not To Happen Somewhat Unlikely Slightly Unlikely Unknown Slightly LikelySomewhat LikelyCertain To Happen1234567Prob<5%5-25%25-40%40-60%60-75%75-95%>95%Cost ($)<250K250 - 500K500K - 2M2 - 5 M>5 -7 M7 - 10 M>10 MTime (Days)1 Week1-2 weeks2 weeks-1 months1 - 2 months2 - 3 months3 - 6 months>6 months On-Time CompletionWithin BudgetHighest QualityPublic/ Worker SafetyPublic Trust & ConfidenceAgency ReputationProtecting Environment 20.3Difficulty in constructing foundations due to contaminated materials and remnant from the energy plant, land fills site or other unknown difficulties related to the Super Fund site that may create environmental issues and cause delays to project schedule and increase costs or impact the environment.55730XXXX1. Identify the boundaries of the potentially contaminated areas and determine design work and impacts. 2. Spread the foundation and study settlement issues. 3.The above needs to be done before the RFP, and a consultant has been hired to assist with geotech and contaminated property assessments. 20.4Utility relocations needed over and above those identified results in increased costs, delays and offers more opportunities for protests from anti-project groups. Utilities that may need relocation and they have not been identified. 64630XXX1. Incorporate all public utility work in the contract documents. 2. Incorporate scope and schedule into the contractor documents. 3. Require private utility companies to relocate at their own expense. 4. There is a 3 way agreement between state, contractor and utility owner and contractor is responsible for coordinating the work. 5. Complete utility information sheets, scope, schedule and budget. (Utility coordination with all parties should occur in summer 2012.)10.4Complications during construction of the drop shaft on the Wisconsin bluff results in excessive bluff disturbance, probable construction modifications, delays, Agency friction and compromisesWisDOT reputation. 53520XXXX1. Perform thorough geotechnical investigation and analysis. 2. Review construction techniques and other water treatment options. 3. Review need for the drop shaft. 4. Plan for temporary drainage, review BMPs for soil erosion10.13Unfavorable weather may impact construction activities. Time of year of erection and expansion / contraction given extreme temperature variances may need special handling and 'weather windows' which may not have been considered in design, construction approach or overall schedule72525XXXInclude construction windows in the schedules. Allow for weather related risk in the construction cost estimates. Allow for specified storm events and high water levels in the contract. Transfer residual risk to the Contractor.30.2Material and labor costs increase above estimated inflation increasing project costs and causing potential loss of public trust.56118XXXAdvanced purchase of materials that are at risk price increase (steel, reinforcement etc. )1. Early piling contract2.Consider labor agreements.31.2Procuring an early foundation contract my offer potential schedule advantages for the project although increases the coordination with other contracts.47728XXXXXXTo cover for both quality and construction time:1. including grading contract with the bridge contract2. Offer incentives/ discounts40.1Unfavorable weather may impact construction activities. Time of year of erection and expansion / contraction given extreme temperature variances may need special handling and 'weather windows' which may not have been considered in design, construction approach or overall schedule44518XXXXXX1. identify historical patterns2. clearly define acceptable conditions3. they can manage schedule4. incentivize for additional forces during optimal times40.2Foundation work, difficulty in construction due to artesian pressure or other difficulties causing delays to overall project schedule. 44416XXXXXX1. Test shaft and method shaft2. Limit shaft depth3. Identify artesian layer Description of Risk / Opportunity (Cause and Consequence) Risk Ref.# 40 Extradosed Bridge Piers and Foundations 30 Extradosed Bridge Deck 20 Minnesota Approach10 Wisconsin Approach DRAFT RISK REGISTER St. Croix Crossing Project Rev: 0_ Date: 7/2/2012 Mitigation/ Management Actions Probability-Impact Matrix ProbabilityCost ImpactSchedule ImpactRank Impacts Project Objectives St Croix River Crossing Project Risk Register Parsons Brinckerhoff  1 of 2 Plot:8/20/20125:18PM  Certain Not To Happen Somewhat Unlikely Slightly Unlikely Unknown Slightly LikelySomewhat LikelyCertain To Happen1234567Prob<5%5-25%25-40%40-60%60-75%75-95%>95%Cost ($)<250K250 - 500K500K - 2M2 - 5 M>5 -7 M7 - 10 M>10 MTime (Days)1 Week1-2 weeks2 weeks-1 months1 - 2 months2 - 3 months3 - 6 months>6 months On-Time CompletionWithin BudgetHighest QualityPublic/ Worker SafetyPublic Trust & ConfidenceAgency ReputationProtecting EnvironmentDescription of Risk / Opportunity (Cause and Consequence) Risk Ref.#   DRAFT RISK REGISTER St. Croix Crossing Project Rev: 0_ Date: 7/2/2012 Mitigation/ Management Actions Probability-Impact Matrix ProbabilityCost ImpactSchedule ImpactRank Impacts Project Objectives 130.5Presence of endangered species may impact the construction of the bridge (during construction)72421XXXAny newly found species would need to be evaluated.131.2Permits from other regulatory agencies (complex mix of federal, WI and MN) are delayed as they are not processed in a timely manner. Consequence: Schedule – lost time, delivery date delays inflate costs64733XXXXpre-application meetings; have all information ready131.8Road salt entering river during / after construction. Consequence: Agency friction. Bad press coverage46420XXXAddress fish and wildlife concerns before permit submittals110.1There is a risk of possible legal challenge by third parties, e.g. Sierra Club, City of Oak Park Heights. Consequence: Costs, time, momentum, funding, political45724XXXFollow WisDOT/ MnDOT process, document the process and listen to stakeholders110.8There is a possibility that opponents of the St. Croix project induce delay tactics such as :1. Requiring additional studies of any topic2. Propose alternatives that are more environmentally damaging3. Propose alternative that later is not supported.Consequence: Delays project delivery due to re-study. Delays letting which inflates costs. Purpose and need of project not resolved.52620XXXXWork with communications staff to develop message to support transparency model, scope the delta between compared versus commitment. 140 Design, Agency Administration & Contract Procurement 140.4Ability of transferring design through to DBOM seamlessly to achieve schedule whilst maintaining form, quality and function64218X141.7If early foundation contract, problems or delay in completion causes delay in 2nd contract.37721XXXX  A white paper should be developed on the pros and cons of an early foundations contract and a decision made as early as possible either to remove the options from consideration or place resources on it to develop it further. 130 Environmental / Permits110 Stakeholders/ Political/Funding St Croix River Crossing Project Risk Register Parsons Brinckerhoff  2 of 2 Plot:8/20/20125:18PM
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