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Title: Service Plaza Concessions Project MBE Outreach Meeting January 22, 2010


1
Service Plaza Concessions Project MBE Outreach
Meeting January 22, 2010
2
Agenda
  1. Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    . . . . . . Ramon Paez
  2. Executive Director Comments . . . . . . . . . .
    James Ely, DPA
  3. Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    . . . . . . . . Ramon Paez
  4. Service Plaza Update . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    . . . . . . Mark Beall
  5. Areas USA (Project Team Overview) . . . .
    Xavier Rabell
  6. MBE Commitment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    . . . . Erik Bellsolell
  7. Scope of Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    . . . . . Steve Herrmann
  8. Sub-Contracting Opportunities . . . . . . . . .
    Arthur Hoynack
  9. Fuel Stations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    . . . . . Richard Wheeler
  10. Closing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    . . . . . . . . Ramon Paez
  11. Questions

3
Executive Director Comments
James Ely, DPA
Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer
4
Turnpike System
GARCON POINTBRIDGE
MID-BAY BRIDGE
NORTHERN COIN SYSTEM
WESTERN BELTWAY, PART C
SEMINOLE EXPRESSWAY
SUNCOAST PARKWAY
BEE LINE EAST EXPESSWAY
VETERANS EXPRESSWAY
BEE LINE WEST EXPESSWAY
CROSSTOWN EXPRESSWAY
PINELLAS BAYWAY SYSTEM
TICKET SYSTEM
SUNSHINE SKYWAY BRIDGE
POLK PARKWAY
SOUTHERN COINSYSTEM
Floridas Turnpike System 460 miles
SOUTHERN CONNECTOR EXTENSION
SAWGRASSEXPRESSWAY
Other FDOT Owned 126 miles
Other FDOT Operated 21 miles
HOMESTEAD EXTENSION OF FLORIDAS TURNPIKE
ALLIGATOR ALLEY
TOTAL 607 miles
5
Floridas Turnpike Today
  • Largest toll system in Florida
  • Nationally
  • 2nd largest in revenue
  • 4th largest in length
  • System of toll roads
  • User-financed does not rely on gas taxes
  • Part of the FDOT

6
Floridas Turnpike Today
PEOPLE OF FLORIDA
GOVERNOR
SECRETARY
Transportation Commission
General Counsel
Inspector General
Federal Programs Administrator
Legislative Programs Administrator
Public Information Administrator
Assistant Secretary Engineering Operations
Districts 1 - 7
Assistant Secretary Intermodal Systems Development
Assistant Secretary Finance Administration
Floridas Turnpike
6
7
Organization
8
Evolution of Floridas Turnpike
From Authority to Enterprise
1953
1969
1994
2002
Floridas Turnpike Enterprise (FDOT)
Floridas Turnpike Office (FDOT)
Floridas Turnpike District (FDOT)
Turnpike And Expressway Authorities
Floridas Turnpike Incorporated
Florida Turnpike Authority
Public Sector Model
Private Sector Model
Public/Private Sector Model
Reinventing Floridas Main Street
9
Expectations of the Enterprise
Public sector motives using private sector
methods
  • Established in 2002 by Florida Legislature
  • Leverage Assets
  • Increase Revenue
  • Expand Capital Program
  • Improve Quality of service
  • Protect bondholders

10
Highly Privatized Staff
PublicSector Management
(10)
(90)
Private Sector Support
10
11
Customer Satisfaction
Would recommend SunPass
96
12
MBE Commitment
  • Floridas Turnpike Enterprise is committed to
    providing business and economic opportunities for
    Floridas minority and women business enterprises
    by ensuring a level playing field and fostering
    equal opportunity in DOT-assisted contracts. We
    are committed to identifying and including MBEs
    in our procurement process.
  • Minority Business Expenditure ( FY 2005
    December 2009)
  • FDOT- 912,157,410
  • Florida's Turnpike Enterprise - 147,783,705

13
Objectives
Ramon Paez,
Finance/Administration MBE Manager
14
Objectives
  • Provide an overview of the Service Plaza
    Concessions Project.
  • Introduce Areas USA and their operational/construc
    tion team.
  • Provide information regarding sub-contracting
    opportunities.
  • Inform Areas USA of those MBE firms interested in
    participating in this Project.

15
Service Plaza Update
Mark Beall,
Business Development Concessions Management
16
New Concession Agreement
  • Contract signed with Areas USA FLTP, LLC on April
    3, 2009
  • Contract Commencement Dates
  • Fuel- April 3, 2009
  • Food and Beverage- June 3, 2009

17
Concession Contract Terms
  • 30 year concessions agreement with Areas USA
    FLTP, LLC (Areas)
  • FB and Retail- Areas USA
  • Fuel and C-store- Florida Turnpike Services
  • 162 million Public/Private Partnership
  • 61.9 million Turnpike Participation
  • LEED Silver Certification
  • Refurbishment every five years
  • All work contract through Areas

18
Historical Service Plaza Development
19
Historical Service Plaza Development
20
Historical Service Plaza Development
21
Historical Service Plaza Development
22
Historical Service Plaza Development
23
Estimated Project Cost by Plaza
Plaza Milepost County Estimated Improvements
Okahumpka 299 Sumter 12 Million
Turkey Lake 263 Orange 16 Million
Canoe Creek 229 Osceola 17 Million
Fort Drum 184 Okeechobee 46 Million
Ft. Pierce/Port ST. Lucie 144 St. Lucie 38 Million
West Palm Beach 94 Palm Beach 17 Million
Pompano Beach 65 Broward 16 Million
Snapper Creek 19 Miami-Dade 1 Million
24
Large Convenience Stores
  • Okahumpka and Pompano
  • New 11,500 sq. ft. c-stores
  • Three (3) to Four (4) branded food concepts
  • Fueling facilities
  • Expanded truck parking

25
Renovated Service Plazas
  • Turkey Lake, Canoe Creek and West Palm Beach
  • Expanded and renovated restaurant buildings
  • 4 to 5 branded food concepts
  • New 3,500 sq. ft. c-stores with fueling facility
    and 1 branded food concept
  • Expanded truck parking

26
Newly Constructed Service Plazas
  • Fort Drum and Port St. Lucie / Fort Pierce
  • New 40,000 sq. ft. restaurant buildings
  • Six (6) to Seven (7) branded food concepts
  • New 3,500 sq. ft. c-stores with fueling facility
    and 1 branded food concept
  • Expanded truck parking

27
Snapper Creek Service Plaza
  • Renovated c-store
  • New restroom facilities
  • One (1) branded food concept

28
Areas USA Overview
Xavier Rabell,
Chief Executive Officer, Areas USA
29
Areas Global Operations
  • Operator in Southern Europe, Mexico, South
    America, United States and the Caribbean markets.
  • Areas is a privately owned company.
  • In 2008, we celebrated 40 years of providing food
    beverage and retail services to the travel
    industry.
  • We have a presence in over 70 Airports and 133
    Service Plazas around the world
  • Spain
  • Portugal
  • Chile
  • Mexico
  • United States
  • 1,270 locations throughout 9 countries with over
    12,000 associates


PORTUGAL 49 units
1.1 Billion revenue (2008)
USA 150 units ()
SPAIN 663 units
MÉXICO 279 units
ST. MARTIN 13 units
MOROCCO 26 units
CHILE 61 units
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 11 units
ARGENTINA 78 units
() As of January 2010
30
U.S. Operations
  • Areas USA was awarded its first contract, in the
    United States, at the Miami International Airport
    in 2006.
  • Today, Areas USA operates in 9 U.S. Airports and
    Floridas Turnpike.

Airport/Client Award
Miami International 2006
Orlando International 2007
Detroit International 2007
Indianapolis International 2008
Dover Downs 2008
San Jose International 2008
Atlanta International 2008
Boston Logan Airport 2008
Reagan National Airport 2009
Newark Liberty Airport 2009
Florida Turnpike 2009
Boston
Detroit
Indianapolis
Newark
Washington DC
San Jose
Atlanta
Orlando
Miami
Areas Locations Florida Turnpike
30
31
Project Team
Areas USA Team
Florida Turnpike Project Team
16
32
MBE/DBE Commitment
Erik Bellsolell,
Director of Food Beverage Operations, Areas USA
33
Commitment to MBEs
  • Areas is committed to working with MBEs and DBEs
    in the different markets we operate.
  • 1/3rd of Areas business, in the United States, is
    with ACDBEs (Airport Concessions Disadvantaged
    Business Enterprise), MBEs and DBEs.
  • Current MBEs utilized on the Florida Turnpike
    Project
  • Big Chef (Food Supplier)
  • Ideal Supply (Paper Supplier)
  • Green Ways of America (Landscaping Services)
  • Communitel, Inc. (ATM Machine Services)
  • Kenney Communications, Inc. (PA Services)
  • The Grove (Retail Vendor)
  • Camacho Equipment Janitorial Supply, Inc.
    (Vendor)
  • Fonolibro, Inc. (Vendor)
  • Areas USAs goal is to have at least 10 MBE
    participation on the Florida's Turnpike Project.

34
Scope of Work
Steve Herrmann/Erik Bellsolell,
Areas USA
35
Scope of Work
  • Areas USA has identified 5 business opportunities
    for MBE participation
  • Retail Vendors
  • Food Beverage Vendors
  • Concessions/Sub-Tenants
  • Service Plaza Maintenance
  • Construction of the New Plazas

36
Scope of Work (Cont)
  • Retail Vendors Areas USA operates 5 shops
    directly and 2 shops and 5 convenience stores
    indirectly, through FTS.
  • Gifts/Souvenirs
  • Candies
  • Toys
  • Pre-packed Food
  • Food Beverage Vendors Areas USA operates the
    Food Beverage concepts in 7 plazas.
  • We are limited to the Brand requirements in food
    supplying
  • Cafeteria at Turley Lake
  • Other supplies chemicals, paper, small ware, etc.

37
Scope of Work (Cont)
  • Concessions/Sub-tenants Parts of the activity of
    the plazas have been sub-leased to different
    sub-tenants
  • ATM Machines
  • Advertising Systems
  • Service Plaza Maintenance The complexity of the
    operation requires continuous maintenance in the
    plazas infrastructure and equipment
  • HVAC
  • Landscaping
  • Equipment
  • Waste removal
  • Etc.

38
Scope of Work (Cont)
  • Project spans over 200 miles along Florida's
    Turnpike
  • 8 Service Plazas
  • 15 Buildings
  • 12-LEED Certified Silver
  • 5- 3,500 square feet C Stores
  • 4- New restaurant buildings
  • 3-Remodeled restaurant buildings
  • 1-New restroom facility
  • 7- New Fuel Canopies and Service Islands
  • 1 New Waste Water Facility

39
Scope of Work (Cont)
  • Construction of the new plazas including site
    work.
  • Opportunities are available through three
    separate companies
  • OHL-Arellano Site work-civil, paving, landscape
    and irrigation
  • FTS Fuel Systems, Tenant fit out of C stores
  • Areas USA Low voltage systems, kitchen equipment
    and furnishings

40
Sub-Contracting Opportunities
Arthur Hoynack,
Vice President of Pre-Construction, Arellano
41
  • About Arellano Construction
  • Arellanos Role
  • How to Get Involved
  • Estimated Dates
  • Prequalification Form Deadline March 1, 2010
  • Documentation Distribution April June 2010
  • Proposal Deadline 15 Days After Release of
    Drawings
  • Start of Construction October 2010
  • End of Construction Target Completion- Last
    quarter of 2012

42
Fuel Stations
Richard Wheeler
President, FTS
43
  • Fuel Partners on Florida's Turnpike and Turnpike
    Service Station operator for fifteen years.
  • Specific areas of opportunity- No Contracts
    Executed
  • Underground Fuel System (Tanks and Lines)
  • Fuel Canopy (Manufacture and Installation)
  • Convenience Store Interior Build Out
  • Equipment Supplier
  • Electrical Work
  • Plumbing
  • Counter Installation
  • Paint

44
  • FTS Operations
  • Maintenance and Repair
  • HVAC
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing
  • Supply of General Maintenance Items
  • Resale Items
  • Drinks
  • Snacks
  • Souvenirs

45
Snapper Creek Service Plaza-Miami
  • Construction of 1500 square foot Rest Room
    facility.
  • Fencing-Pet walk areas
  • Landscaping-minor
  • Store renovation for food concept
  • Electrical
  • Restroom
  • Fuel Related
  • Store Renovation
  • Plumbing
  • Restroom
  • Site Related

46
Timing of Bidding and Work
  • Biddable plans should be available by late March.
  • Fuel system work begins late 2010 and extends
    through mid 2011.
  • Canopy work begins early 2011 and extends to late
    2011.
  • Convenience store interior work begins late 2011
    through 2012.
  • Snapper Creek Plaza work may be accelerated into
    a mid 2010 start.

47
Closing Remarks
Ramon Paez,
Finance/Administration MBE Manager
48
Documentation
  • Vendor Registered
  • All firms interested in doing business with the
    State of Florida must be vendor registered.
  • www.myflorida.com
  • MBE Certified
  • A firm can be certified as a minority, women or
    service-disabled veteran business enterprise by
    the State of Florida by contacting the Office of
    Supplier Diversity.
  • www.osd.dms.state.fl.us
  • 850-487-0915

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