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Kansas City District. S.A.M.E Missouri River/TEXOMA Regional 3-5 October 2006 Colonel Mike Rossi, Commander 3 October 2006. Kansas City District Missions. Kansas and Missouri River Watersheds… Northern Kansas, and portions of Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, and Colorado … 850 people

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Kansas City District

S.A.M.EMissouri River/TEXOMA Regional3-5 October 2006Colonel Mike Rossi, Commander 3 October 2006


Kansas City District Missions

Kansas and Missouri River Watersheds… Northern Kansas, and portions of Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, and Colorado … 850 people

Civil works – 11 projects under Construction, 19 Projects operated and maintained

Military Construction – 5 Army and 2 Air Force installations

Environmental Restoration (HTRW) – HTRW Cleanup in 6 States

Full Service District supporting Corps Missions – War fighting, Homeland Security, Infrastructure, Environmental, & Water Resources


IOWA

NEBRASKA

COLO.

KANSAS

MISSOURI

CW PROJECT OFFICES

MILITARY INSTALLATIONS

Kansas City DistrictAOR & Installations


Challenges & Needs

  • Expanded workloads

    • MILCON Transformation/Modularity/BRAC

    • Change in business process - move to Centers of Standardization

    • Environmental restoration of the Missouri River

    • Civil Works infrastructure maintenance/improvements

  • Teaming and partnerships

    • Array of Capable Contractors/Subs to Primes

    • Experienced 8a A/E firms

    • Veteran-owned, service-disabled veteran-owned

    • Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUB Zone)

    • Prepare small businesses to meet the challenge


Program Activities & Trends

  • MILCON Transformation Program

    • Increasing from a $260M FY06 to a $500M FY07-11 program

    • Less in-house Design w/ Centers of Standardization (COS)

    • Fewer Design/Bid/Build Opportunities, more Design/Build (through COS)

    • Increase in Site Adaptation work

    • Regional MILCON Acquisition Strategy (>$2B capacity)

    • Use of [email protected] for specified Projects

  • Civil Works Program

    • Emphasis on Missouri River Restoration ($3.1B over 30 years)

    • Increase in Dam Safety Workload (Tuttle Creek Dam $230M)

    • Continued Flood Damage Reduction Workload (12 FDR projects)

  • Environmental (HTRW) Program

    • Stable workload, mostly in support of EPA Region 2

    • Increased emphasis in Performance Based Contracting

    • Regional Environmental Acquisition Strategy (>$1B capacity)


The MILCON “Need”

Projected Need FY06-11 = $41.8B

Actual Funding levels may vary


MILCON TransformationImplementation

  • FY2006/2007:

    • Use MT Model RFP (for mission and support facilities)

      • Utilize industry standards

      • Performance specifications

      • Type I - V construction

      • Utilize fast tracking

    • Standard Plans developed & refined in FY06-07

    • Gather best practices from design-build experience

  • FY08

    • Transition from design-build to adapt-build

    • Use standard designs developed in 06/07

    • Will still use design-build and other strategies on unique facilities


Approach of Model RFP

  • Consistent RFPs

    • Mandatory use of MT Model RFP

    • Two-step proposal process

    • Best-Value Selection Process

  • Consistent engineering & construction processes

    • Standardization in the evaluation/selection criteria

    • Streamlined review and submittal process

  • Expand the use of all types of construction

    • Type I thru Type V construction

    • Pre-engineered, modular and tilt-up

  • Maximize use of Industry Standards

    • International Building Code

    • Focus on end result; not “how to”


Regional NWD MILCON Strategy

  • Finalizing Acquisition Strategy FY07 - 09

  • Began issuing Solicitations late 3rd Qtr ’06

  • Projected Pools for NWK access:

    • Division Wide Unrestricted Pool:

      • Capacity > $2B

      • Select 3 to 5 Contractors

      • Task Orders from $20M to $100M

    • District Small Business Pools:

      • Small Disadvantaged Business Pool

      • HUB Zone Pool

      • Each Pool: up to 4 Contractors & Capacity over $100M

    • Ft Riley Barracks ID/IQ, $150M

    • Ft Riley Combat Aviation Brigade ID/IQ, $150M


Military Construction Opportunities FY07-08

  • Identified Projects

  • 7 Projects

  • 13 Projects

  • 4 Projects

  • 6 Projects

  • 2 Projects

Location

Fort Leonard Wood

Fort Riley

Fort Leavenworth

Whiteman AFB

McConnell AFB

PA

Over $80M

Over $550M

Over $180M

Over $120M

Over $15M


Civil Works ProgramOpportunities FY07

Advertise Date

Nov 06

Nov 06

Nov 06

Nov 06

Nov 06

Nov 06

Jun 07

PA Range

$$1-5M

$1-5M

$1-5M

$500K -1M

$5-10M

$500K-1M

$500K-1M

Contract

MO River Enhancement

KC Riverfront

Blue River Basin

River Structures Impr.

Blue River Channel

Rush Creek Section 14

Chariton River Watershed

Description

Ecosystem-Construction

Wetlands Construction

Channel Construction

O&M Floating Plant

Grade Control Structure

Stream Bank Construction

Ecosystem-Construction


HTRW ProgramOpportunities FY06-08

Advertise Date

Proposals due 2 Oct

4th Qrt/06

Cancelled

07

08

08

PA Range

$3M

$50M

$60M

$20M

$15M

$3M

> $500M

$200M

Contract

AE IDIQ

Long Term Response

Action (LTRA)

Radioactive Waste Disposal

Analytical Services

PRACs

Radioactive Waste Disposal

Description

1 – SB; 1 – 8(a); 1 - SDVOSB

F&O Design/Constr. IDIQ

SB Design/Constr. IDIQ

8a/SDVOSB

F&O/Sole source for Rad Waste Disposal

8a Analytical Contract IDIQ

SB Design/Constr. IDIQ

F&O Rad Waste Disposal


How SBs can meet District Needs

  • Know the District and its customer’s needs

  • Provide continued improvement

  • Understand the Corps expectations

  • Seek opportunities to team, partner, or be the sub to existing or new primes

  • Seek opportunities compete or team on new contacts (become part of the array of contractors)


Kansas City DistrictPoints of Contact

COL Mike Rossi

District Engineer

816-389-3201

Arthur Saulsberry

Deputy for Small Business

816-389-3927

Vincent Marsh

Chief of Contracting

816-389-3918

Steve Iverson

Deputy for Project Management

816-389-3203

www.nwk.usace.army.mil


Questions?


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