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HQ AFRC/A7 Presentation to SAME. Col Nick Desport DA7/The Civil Engineer HQ AFRC. 1. Overview. AFRC Big Picture Energy Programs. Strategic Planning Guidance. “Plan to better Integrate our Regular, Guard and Reserve units.” “Plan for….expanded use of all variations of associate units”

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HQ AFRC/A7 Presentation to SAME

Col Nick Desport

DA7/The Civil Engineer

HQ AFRC

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Overview

Overview

  • AFRC Big Picture

  • Energy

  • Programs


Strategic planning guidance

Strategic Planning Guidance

“Plan to better Integrate our Regular, Guard and Reserve units.”

“Plan for….expanded use of all variations of associate units”

CSAF: “…a seamless Total Force”


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Operational Perspective

1 of 10 MAJCOMs

Air Force Reserve Command

Global Strike

Command(P)


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Air Force Priorities

Reinvigorate the AF nuclear enterprise

Partner with the joint and coalition team to win today's fight

Develop and care for Airmen and their families

Modernize our air and space inventories, organizations and training

Recapture acquisition excellence


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AFR Supports AF Priorities

  • Provide an Operational, Combat Ready Force while Maintaining a Strategic Reserve

    • Volunteerism, Mobilization

AF Priorities

1 & 2

  • Preserve the Viability of the Reserve Triad

    • Airmen, Family, Employers

AF Priority

3

  • Broaden TFI Opportunities

    • Resource Efficiency, Manpower, Organizations

AF Priorities

4 & 5

  • Champion Equipment and Facilities Modernization

    • NGREA, MILCON

AF Priorities

4 & 5


Installations

Installations

10 Host Locations – 56 Tenant Locations

Alaska

ARPC

Guam

22AF

4AF

HQ AFRC

Hawaii

10AF


Magnitude of infrastructure

AFRC occupies 20.5 million square feet at 66 locations with a replacement value of $7.4B

14.1 million Square Feet at 10 AFRC/ANG/Navy installations worth $5.0B

6.4 million square feet at 56 tenant locations worth $1.3B

10 other miscellaneous locations

AFRC represents 2.8% of AF square footage and 3.8% of AF PRV

Magnitude of Infrastructure

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Afrc energy program

AFRC Energy Program

Scott L. Hastings, P.E.

16 Jun 10


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Overview

  • Why the focus?

  • Past efforts

  • Current status

  • Future initiatives


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Federal Government

Fuel Consumption


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US Armed Forces Fuel Utilization


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AF Energy Utilization


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Pillars

  • AF operations require tremendous amounts of energy

    • Aviation, ground operations, and facilities

  • Reduce Demand

    • Increase efficiencies and conservation initiatives

  • Increase Supply

    • More energy available = increased energy security

  • Culture Change

    • AF Vision – “Make Energy a Consideration In All We Do”


Afrc past energy efforts

AFRC Past Energy Efforts

  • FY 05 energy audits at all installations

    • Accomplished 95% of all projects from those audits

    • $14M of capital investment - saves $1.8M/year

      • 8% decrease in facility energy use

      • Demolished central steam plants

      • Lighting retrofits; HVAC controls

      • Photovoltaic at March ARB, CA – 10% of base energy

  • FY09 - $68M facility renovations included energy measures

AFRC Energy Intensity 13% below AF average!


Afrc energy reduction status

GOOD

AFRC Energy Reduction Status

Goal: 30% reduction in energy use per SF at AF installations in 2015

Metric: 3% / yr. Increased energy efficiency from a 2003 baseline

FY


Afrc audit schedule

AFRC Audit Schedule


Renewable energy initiatives

FY09 AFCESA Renewables Study

Dobbins, Grissom, Homestead, March, & Westover

Homestead Study Findings

Biomass

Landfill gas (925% of electricity, 4.5 SIR)

Waste to Energy Plant (93% of electricity, 1.3 SIR)

Solar Energy

Flat roof mounted (0.2 SIR)

Ground mounted, titled (0.17 SIR)

Wind Energy – didn’t pass preliminary screening

Geothermal – didn’t pass preliminary screening

Renewable Energy Initiatives


Questions

Questions ?


Afrc a7p programs division the big picture

AFRC A7P Programs Division“The Big Picture”

Lt Col Greg Ottoman

AFRC/A7P

16 June 2010


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Programs Division Circle of Life

  • Program Requirements

  • Execute Resources

  • Identify Requirements


Afrc current mission milcon funding vs requirements

AFRC Current Mission MILCONFunding vs. Requirements

As of 1 June 10

Programmed

Appropriated

Includes Current Mission MILCON, P-341, and Design


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AFRC FY10 MILCON Projects

Grissom ARB, IN

Control Tower

Niagara Falls ARS, NY

Small Arms Range

Schriever AFB, CO

Space Wing HQ

Youngstown ARS, OH

Lodging Ph2

Hill AFB, UT

Squadron Ops/AMU

Pittsburgh ARS, PA

Lodging Ph1

Charleston AFB, SC

TFI RED HORSE Sqd

Travis AFB, CA

C-5 Sq Ops/AGS Training

Robins AFB, GA

AFRC Band Facility

March ARB, CA

Small Arms Range

Patrick AFB, FL

ISO Dock Hgr Addn

Lackland AFB, TX

C-5 Gnd Tng School Addn

Homestead ARB, FL

Troop Feeding/CAC

Keesler AFB, MS

Aerial Port Facility

Lackland AFB, TX

Wing HQ

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Fy12 pom afrc milcon ipl

FY12 POM AFRC MILCON IPL


Future afrc complex

Future AFRC Complex

  • Efficient use of existing land within Robins AFB

  • Houses AFRC functions currently off base in non-AT/FP compliant leases facilities

  • Provides adequate space for AFRC new mission growth operations

  • AFRC Band Facility, FY10 MCP, $7.5M

  • HQ Complex Infrastructure

  • HQ Complex Facility (Bldg 1)

  • HQ Complex Facility (Bldg 2)

  • HQ Complex Facility (Bldg 3)

  • HQ Complex Facility (Bldg 4)

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Facility SRM Execution ($Million)


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AFRC “Host” Installations

Niagara Falls ARS, NY

Grissom ARB, IN

Youngstown ARS, OH

Westover ARB, MA

Pittsburgh ARS, PA

Dobbins ARB, GA

March ARB, CA

Carswell NAS/JRB, TX

Homestead ARB, FL

Minn St Paul ARS, MN

  • SABER Requirement: Grissom, Homestead, March

  • IDIQ Requirement: March (pavement/paint); Carswell (pavement)

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AFRC Infrastructure Status


Execution vehicles

Execution Vehicles

  • A-E Services

    • Finalizing Award of $47.5M contract to:

      • Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.

      • Gulf Coast Architectural Group Inc.

      • CEMS Engineering Inc.

      • Toland and Mizell Architects Inc.

  • COMPEC Construction Contract; Ceiling of $175.5M awarded to:

    • AECOM

    • Weston Solutions

    • Geo-Marine Inc

    • CDM/CAPE

    • ITSI

    • EMR


Questions1

Questions ?


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