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Evaluating the financial cost and impact on long-term pavement performance of expediting Michigan's road construction work.
  • Published Date:
    2014-02-01
  • Language:
    English
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  • Publication/ Report Number:
    RC-1580
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  • Abstract:
    The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) has been using monetary incentive payments for many

    years to accelerate highway construction work, resulting in reduced delays to the traveling public. It was

    envisioned that incentive/disincentive (I/D) payments/penalties would capture the true cost (user delay savings

    vs. actual I/D dollars) and would have positive impacts on the long-term pavement performance by extending

    its expected life. Therefore, MDOT sponsored this research study to determine whether the I/D for expediting

    construction captures the true cost and identify its impacts on the long-term pavement performance for projects

    that have been expedited vs. conventional scheduling. The analyzed data statistically supports an improvement

    in the long term project performance for the incentive projects. Also, identified data suggests a trend that incentive

    clauses accelerate project schedules. Additionally, data analysis statistically supports the idea that incentive

    clauses increase project cost but further analysis finds that the avoided user delay was higher than the additional

    paid cost for some incentive clauses. The analysis results highlight the effectiveness of Accepted for Traffic and

    Interim Completion incentive/ Disincentive clauses; they also debate the effectiveness of the lane rental incentive/

    disincentive clauses, in achieving their goal by accelerating project schedules and reducing user delay cost. Also,

    the report calls for little modification to the listed “Advantages and Disadvantages” and “Recommendations for

    Use” of each acceleration technique in the 2013 MDOT Innovative Construction Contracting document.

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