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Excess Facilities As a Result of Force Reductions Presented at the 2014 National Summit June 2014 Rick Marrs, PE Deputy Director, Facilities Directorate Marine Corps Installations Command/ Headquarters Marine Corps Installations and Logistics Facilities Services. Marine Corps Posture.

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Excess Facilities

As a Result of Force Reductions

Presented at the 2014 National Summit

June 2014

Rick Marrs, PE

Deputy Director, Facilities Directorate

Marine Corps Installations Command/

Headquarters Marine Corps

Installations and Logistics

Facilities Services


Marine Corps Posture

  • Since 1775, Marines have answered the nation’s call

    • Nation’s crisis response force

    • Faithfully protecting the American people

    • Maintaining a world-class standard of military excellence

  • Fiscal uncertainty threatens both our capacity and capabilities

    • Fielding the most ready Marine Corps the nation can afford

    • Ready to engage adversaries or respond to emerging crisis

  • Efficient and effective Installations are key to ensuring a ready Marine Corps

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Trends in Facilities Requirements

  • Marine Corps Active Force Structure grew from about 173K to 202K

    • Number of installations did not increase

    • Temporary facilities were used to absorb much of the surge and are still being used

      • Sufficient Barracks were planned for 90% of 202K requirement

      • More Marines and Sailors live off base

  • DoD is considering the proper force structure reductions

    • Statements to Congress discuss a USMC range from 175K to 187K

    • Actual reductions and changes to specific units are being determined

  • We have initiated a comprehensive effort to determine requirements at each installation and identify how to best meet those requirements.

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Facilities Planning Efforts

  • Focus planning efforts to consider future force structure reductions, aging infrastructure, and declining resources

  • Increase facility optimization and readiness

    • Consolidate into adequate facilities

    • Demolish those facilities that are determined excess

    • Update installation master plans to optimize effectiveness and efficiencies

  • Need our current installations for the projected force structure

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    Facility Master Plans

    Enable warfighter readiness through effective Master Plans that configure Installation assets to meet the requirements of Marine Corps current and future missions

    • Incorporate needs and mission requirements in clear, sustainable objectives

    • Repurpose and Consolidate

    • Eliminate excess and unneeded facilities

    • Create installations that more effectively use available space and ensure higher efficiency, considering energy and cost

    Master Plans, MCRD San Diego and MCAS Cherry Point

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    Sustainable Facilities

    Provide facilities that incorporate contemporary engineering design standards, open architecture, and ‘Best of Breed’ construction innovations

    Ribbon cutting of the new MARSOC headquarters building, MCB Camp Lejeune

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    Questions?


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