cape town tmc

Download Cape Town TMC

Post on 26-Feb-2016

77 views

Category:

Documents

0 download

Embed Size (px)

DESCRIPTION

Cape Town TMC. Cape Town TMC The Project Timeline. The Idea: 2004: Integrated Incident Management Centre. Funding: 2005: Proposal to NDoT – 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup – Public Transport Infrastructure Funding. May 2008: TMC project approved by Council. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

TRANSCRIPT

Slide 1

Cape Town TMC

Cape Town TMC

The Project TimelineThe Idea: 2004: Integrated Incident Management Centre.

Funding: 2005: Proposal to NDoT 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup Public Transport Infrastructure Funding.

May 2008: TMC project approved by Council.

June 2008: Professional team appointed: ASTII Consortium

City of Cape TownJOC2TMC Site: 16 September 2008

3

June 2008Professionalteam appointedPrelim designDesign workshops& 1-on-1 sessionsJul - Aug 2008Sept 2008Detail designPrep of tender documents Oct 2008Final design formain tender24/10 Advertisedmain contractNov 2008Tender periodclosed on 25/11Site preparationand pilingEDs signed 1stplans off on 18/08 13/10 Site handoverfor prep contractMunicipal approvalprocess startedCape Town TMC

2008 Project Timeline

Approved by Council: May 200831/10 Sod TurningEventOngoing design1-on-1 sessions4First Site Meeting: Site Preparation: 13 Oct 2008

5

Cape Town TMC

The Project TimelineOct 2008: Site preparation contract (earthworks + piling) awarded and site handed over to Franki Africa.

31 Oct 2008: Sod turning event.

6

Dec 2008Main tender adjudication15/12 - Maincontract awardedJan 2009Builders HollidayCape Town TMC

2008 Project Timeline178Q/2008/09

12/01 Principalcontractor on site15 Dec 2008: Main contract awarded to WBHO/PHC after tender process.

December Builders Holiday!

12 Jan 2009: Main contractor (WBHO/PHC) on site.

Jan 2009Nov 2009May 2010TMCfully operationalJun 20102010 FIFASoccer WorldCupBuilders Holliday10 Month Construction PeriodCommissioningCape Town TMC

2009 - 2010 Project Timeline

TMC Opening27 May 2010

Builders HollidayPractical Completion12/01 WBHO/PHCcontractor on siteCity of Cape Town2010 JOCTMC Construction Progress: May 2009

9TMC Construction Progress: September 2009

10TMC Construction Progress: Core Ops Area: Dec 2009

11TMC Construction Progress: January 2010

12

Cape Town TMC

The Project Timline13 January 2010: First occupation (squatter) exactly one year after site handover to WBHO/PHC.

13

Commissioning

Cape Town TMC

The Project TimelineEnd of Feb 2010: TNO relocated from N1 House.

March 2010: FMS equipment and UTC ops staff relocated from N1 House.

April 2010: Metro Police started move from N1 House.

May 2010: TIC relocated from Paul Sauer building.

15

FMS & UTC operational: April 201016

TIC operational: May 2010

Cape Town TMC

The Project TimelineTMC opening: 27 May 2010 exactly two years after project was approved by Council.

18

Cape Town TMC

The Project CostTotal project cost: R 155 m (incl. VAT)

Construction: R 116 mProfessional Services:R 29 mCommissioning:R 10 m

Funding sources:

National = 83%City = 17%

June + July 2010: Internal audit. TMC project received highest rating.

19

Cape Town TMC

Operational Levels

Cape Town TMC

1st Floor - Transport Operations

Cape Town TMC

1st Floor - Transport Operations

Cape Town TMC

2nd Floor - S&S Operations

Cape Town TMC

Double Space Core Operations Area

1st Floor: Transport Operations

Cape Town TMC

Double Space Core Operations Area

2nd Floor: Safety & Security Operations

Cape Town TMC

Functions Accommodated City-Wide CCTV SurveillanceAlarm MonitoringRadio Operations & DispatchingSouth African Police Service (SAPS)Transport and TrafficInformation Dissemination(Call Centre)Linked to MetroRail and Golden ArrowFreeway & Arterial ManagementUrban Traffic ControlIntelligent Transport SystemsTransport Information ManagementTraffic EngineeringBus OperationsInformation ManagementFare CollectionSafety & SecurityMaintenanceRadio Operations& DispatchingTraffic OperationsTraffic Law EnforcementActive Traffic,Public Transport,Safety & Security,Incident and InformationManagement

Cape Town Freeway Management System

twitter.com/CapeTownFreeway

Transport & TrafficOperations

Integrated Incident ManagementIncident happens+Traffic flowdisruptedIncident reportedDispatchResponders on sceneResponders leave sceneTraffic flow back to normalReduce length of Incident TimelineA key component of this project is the interaction and enhancement of existing Incident Management Systems (IMS) in order to facilitate faster emergency and incident response. This is to be achieved by improving the lines of communication, and the speed and efficiency of notification, between the incident location and the IMS.Every second counts!

We shape our buildings;Thereafter they shape us

Winston Churchill

Lets go see 32

Recommended

View more >