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Don Johantges, PMP Chief, Military Integration Division 20 March 2013. Military Programs Update Great Lakes and Ohio River Division US Army Corps of Engineers. Military Missions Program Trends FY01-16. Program ($ Millions). Fiscal Year. As of 16 Apr 12.

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Military programs update great lakes and ohio river division us army corps of engineers

Don Johantges, PMP

Chief, Military Integration Division

20 March 2013

Military Programs UpdateGreat Lakes and Ohio River DivisionUS Army Corps of Engineers


Military programs update great lakes and ohio river division us army corps of engineers

Military Missions Program TrendsFY01-16

Program

($Millions)

Fiscal Year

As of 16 Apr 12


What is changing in military programs

What is Changing in Military Programs?

  • Reduction in MILCON program and number of projects

    • Significant reduction in the Army and the Air Force programs. DOD programs reduce but not as great as Schools and Hospitals are being funded

  • Increased potential requirements for Restoration and Modernization of existing facilities

  • Emphasis on design and material requirements for reduced energy demand and sustainability due to Executive Orders 13423 and 13514

VA Center in Ann Arbor, MI

Human Resources Command at Ft Knox


Military programs update great lakes and ohio river division us army corps of engineers

ASHRAE 189.1 is our standard. (version 2009)

LEED Certification – FY 12 NDAA prohibition on expending appropriated funds for anything above LEED silver.

We believe AHRAE 189.1 will get us to the LEED silver level.

A Life Cycle Cost Analysis, (LCCA) is required for all energy enhancement measures exceeding ASHRAE 189.1

Tri-service initiative underway for design proposals

to include a LCCA for evaluation

Energy and Sustainable Design

4


Military programs update great lakes and ohio river division us army corps of engineers

  • Army Net Zero Initiative

  • Provides a holistic approach for ENERGY, WATER, and WASTE at Army installations

  • Enables the Army to appropriately steward available resources, manage costs and provide Soldiers, Families and Civilians w/sustainable future

  • Net Zero approach is comprised of five interrelated steps:

    • reduction

    • re-purpose

    • recycling and

    • composting

    • energy recovery

    • disposal

  • Each step is a link towards

  • Achieving Net Zero.


Military programs update great lakes and ohio river division us army corps of engineers

  • Renewable and Alternative Energy Production for Federal Installations

    • HNC IDIQ

    • Supports the DOD goal to produce or consume 25 percent of its total energy use from renewable sources by year 2025

    • Purpose is to procure reliable, locally generated, renewable and alternative energy through power purchase agreements or other contractual equivalents

    • Intent of the government to purchase energy produced; not to acquire generation assets

    • Allows for the purchase of energy up to $7B total over a period of 30 years or less from renewable energy plants that are constructed and operated by contractors using private sector financing


Look into the future

Look into the Future

  • FY14 Facility Investment Strategy

    • Sufficient facilities to meet mission at least cost with acceptable quality and quantity

    • Adjust Grow the Army mindset to a more constrained resource environment

    • Provide basis for future MILCON by focusing investments of reduced resources on leadership priorities

  • ACSIM controlled Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization (SRM) Program of ~$500M/year


What does that mean to us

What does that mean to us?

  • Installations will need support to develop project proposals that show Life-Cycle Costs that meet or beat new construction

  • Retrofit facilities to support functional changes – Flexible Use

  • Reduce reliance on national grid utilities

    • Reduce Demand

    • Use on-site renewable energy source


Lrd military integration division mission areas

LRD Military Integration Division Mission Areas

*IRP = Installation Restoration Program/MMRP = Military Munitions Response Program

  • Military Construction (MILCON) - $450M-$550M/yr

  • Army/Army Reserve

  • Air Force/Air Force Reserve

  • Other DOD Agencies (DoD Med, DoDDs, SOF, …)

  • Installation Support – up to $200M/yr

  • Environmental - ~$110M-$140M/yr

  • Formerly Used Defense Sites Program (FUDS)

  • IRP/MMRP* - Active Sites

  • Environmental Quality (EQ) – Active Sites

  • Base Realignment And Closure (BRAC) – Legacy/2005

  • Formerly Used Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP- Civil)

  • Superfund/Environmental IIS (Civil)

  • Interagency and International Services (IIS) - ~$100M/yr


Lrd military outlook total military program

LRD Military Outlook: Total Military Program

$M


Military programs update great lakes and ohio river division us army corps of engineers

LRD MILCON Programs

N

Superior

Lake

15 Installations

Anchor Installations

Michigan

Other Installations

Lake

Army

Huron

Air Force

Other DoD

Michigan

Lima ATP

Selfridge ANG

(BRAC05)

Michigan

Grissom ARB

Erie

Lake

Detroit Arsenal

Lake

Youngstown ARB

Rock Island Arsenal

Ohio

DSCC

Newport AAP

Indiana

Illinois

Crane Naval AD

Wright-Patterson AFB

River

Scott AFB

Fort Knox

Ohio

C.M. Price Center

Bluegrass

Fort Campbell

Kentucky


Army reserve milcon program

Army Reserve MILCON Program

88th RSC HQ

Fort McCoy

99th RSC HQ

Fort Dix

USARC HQ

Fort Bragg, NC

63rd RSC HQ

Moffett Field

81st RSC HQ

Fort Jackson

Puerto Rico


Military programs update great lakes and ohio river division us army corps of engineers

  • FY13 MILCON from President’s Budget

    LRD

Total LRD (26) : $552M


Military programs update great lakes and ohio river division us army corps of engineers

FY14 MILCON Projected within LRD

President’s Budget is Not Yet Released.

Total Projected for LRD (17) @ ~$575M


Military programs update great lakes and ohio river division us army corps of engineers

Superior

Lake

Michigan

Lake

Huron

Savanna Army Depot

(Legacy BRAC)

Michigan

Michigan

4 National

Priority

List Sites

Erie

Lake

Lake

Ohio

Indiana

Illinois

West

Virginia

River

Illinois Ordnance/

Crab Orchard

(FUDS)

West Virginia Ordnance Works

(FUDS)

Ohio

Kentucky

Military Environmental

Joliet Army

Ammunition Plant

(IRP)


Environmental workload trends

Environmental Workload Trends

($ M)

Steady next few years but declining as program goals met


Military programs update great lakes and ohio river division us army corps of engineers

LRD FUSRAP Program

Ashland1/Seaway D/ RS Creek & Ashland 2

PA/SI

RI/FS

RD/RA

COMPLETE

Niagara Falls

Guterl

Seaway

Lake Ontario

Linde

NY

Harshaw

Lake Erie

Bliss &

Laughlin

Bliss &

Laughlin

IN

PA

Joslyn

Painesville

Luckey

OH

Shallow Land Disposal Area

(Located in Parks Township)

Superior Steel


Military programs update great lakes and ohio river division us army corps of engineers

Interagency and International Services Program

  • USACE provides 100% reimbursable support and technical assistance to non-Department of Defense (DOD) Federal, State, and Local agencies and organizations

  • Provide planning, engineering design and construction management, environmental services, and technical assistance related to water, natural resource, buildings and infrastructure

  • All seven LRD Districts are currently providing IIS support

  • LRD has identified 4 Strategic IIS Customers & Regional Accounts:

  • EPA

  • VA

  • DOE

  • DHS

Interagency Agreements

Customer Relationship Management


Military programs update great lakes and ohio river division us army corps of engineers

Interagency Support Program

  • Top Ten IIS Customers in FY12

  • Environmental Protection Agency

  • Department of Veterans Affairs

  • Department of Energy

  • Department of Homeland Security

  • Department of Agriculture

  • State/Local/Private

  • Department of Interior

  • General Accounting Office

  • Tennessee Valley Authority

  • Department of Commerce

FY10 $111.2M

FY11 $120.5M

FY12 $116.3M


Military programs update great lakes and ohio river division us army corps of engineers

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