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NAVAL WEAPONS STATION SEAL BEACH &. NAVY MUNITIONS COMMAND, CONUS WEST DIVISION. OVERVIEW BRIEFING 23 April 2009. NAVAL WEAPONS STATION SEAL BEACH. Agenda About NWS Seal Beach Navy’s new approaches to infrastructure planning How that translates to NWSSB

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NAVAL WEAPONS STATION SEAL BEACH &

NAVY MUNITIONS COMMAND, CONUS WEST DIVISION

OVERVIEW BRIEFING

23 April 2009

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NAVAL WEAPONS STATION SEAL BEACH

  • Agenda
  • About NWS Seal Beach
  • Navy’s new approaches to infrastructure planning
  • How that translates to NWSSB
  • ARRA and energy requirements
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NAVAL WEAPONS STATION SEAL BEACH

Mission

Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach and its detachments provide shore-based infrastructure support to the Navy\'s ordnance mission and other fleet and fleet support activities.

  • Navy has restructured installation management:
  • Base Command: Fire, Security, Admin, PAO, Housing, MWR
  • Naval Facilities Engineering Command: Public Works, Real Estate, and Environmental
  • Navy Munitions Command: Ordnance Operations
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NAVY MUNITIONS COMMAND, CWD

Det Seal Beach Mission

Navy Munitions Command, CONUS West Division, Detachment Seal Beach provides ordnance services to Pacific Fleet operating forces. These services include:

  • Inspection and storage of Navy and USMC ordnance
  • Wharf-side munitions loading and unloading of Navy surface combatants and medium-deck amphibious assault ships
  • Maintenance on selected Navy weapons systems
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NAVY MUNITIONS COMMAND, CWD

Det Seal Beach Mission Details

  • WE LOAD:
  • Missiles
  • Torpedoes
  • Decoys
  • Gun ammo (From9mm To 5-inch)
  • SHIPS VISIT US:
  • Before and after deployment
  • When entering / leaving shipyard
  • WE MAINTAIN:
  • Standard, Tomahawk Missiles
  • Lightweight Torpedoes
  • Fire Control Radars

Average Value of Weapons Stored: $1.8 Billion

Average Number of Ships Serviced Per Year: 60

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NAVAL WEAPONS STATION SEAL BEACH

Installation Statistics

Land (Acres) 5,000

Magazines 126

Ordnance Storage (Sq. Feet) 589,000

Railroad Track (Miles) 56

Roads (Miles) 80

Wharf (Sq. Yards) 10,252

Locomotives / Railcars 125

Plant Value ($) $770 Million

Personnel (Civilian/Military) 600/120

cno shore investment strategy
CNO Shore Investment Strategy
  • Vision: Provide “world class” facilities for our Sailors/ families through a prudent, sustained resource investment strategy
  • How: Arrest & reverse decline of the Shore Infrastructure
    • Replace current bottom-up, advocacy- based process with…
    • CNO driven, informed, capabilities-based process -- integrates Warfare/ Provider Enterprise requirements/ aligns investments with:
      • Warfare Enterprise Outputs
      • Improved Quality of Service
      • Joint Capability Requirements
  • Transition to Condition Based Maintenance
  • Dramatically reduce inventory/excess capacity
navy shore vision 2035 cno intent
Navy Shore Vision 2035CNO Intent
  • Change the Culture/Mindset on Inventory: reduce excess
    • Consolidation
    • Lay up
    • Demo
  • Tenant Entitlements – Base CO’s enforce existing standards
    • Real Estate
    • Space allocations
    • Common Performance Levels
  • Initiatives
    • GSIPs - Global Shore Infrastructure Plans
    • RSIPs - Regional Shore Infrastructure Programs
    • EULs - Enhanced Use Leases
    • AOPs – Activity Overview Plans
asset management major initiatives
Asset ManagementMajor Initiatives

GSIPs -- Global Shore Infrastructure Plans

  • Lays groundwork for preparation of Navy Ashore Vision 2035, providing “Gap Analysis” (Needs vs. Current Condition/Deficiencies)
  • Modeled and adapted the first GSIP after the Global Ordnance Functional Plans & then expanded the analysis to take a more programmatic look at the required infrastructure investment
  • GSIPs – global focus, leading to follow-on studies/plans (for regions & installations), ultimately influencing identification of future, shore facilities construction projects

A more holistic, top down approach

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Asset ManagementMajor Initiatives

RSIPs - Regional Shore Infrastructure Programs

  • Process to bring logic, analysis, and regional perspective into infrastructure decisions
  • Intended to identify ways to meet facility requirements, optimize resources, reduce costs, increase capabilities, and improve efficiencies
  • Objectives:
    • Reduce footprints and costs
    • Increase existing capabilities and sustainability
    • Maximize efficiencies
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Asset ManagementMajor Initiatives

EULs -- Enhanced Use Leases

  • A tool to leverage the value of our under-utilized and under-performing assets (facilities and land)
  • Several Phase I Market & Feasibility Analyses on-going
  • Industry Forums for Phase II EULs (examples)
    • Saufley Field - Pensacola FL (11 Mar 08)
    • NNSY (Portsmouth NH) - Durham NH (16 Apr 08)
    • SUBASE New London, CT – (May 08)
    • South Depot Annex, Norfolk, VA – (TBD)
  • EUL website: www.navyeul.com
    • Contains info on: project status, FAQs, links, and Contacts
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NAVAL WEAPONS STATION SEAL BEACH

AOP Program

The NWS Seal Beach Activity Overview Plan will:

  • Provide a logical and defensible long-range vision that identifies necessary infrastructure investments for NWS Seal Beach to meet future mission requirements
  • Identify existing conditions, operational and natural constraints, current and proposed land use plans, and a strategic action plan
  • Align shore infrastructure planning with NAV2035 Guiding Principles
  • Align with goals depicted in the Surface Warfare GSIP and Ordnance GSIP
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NAVAL WEAPONS STATION SEAL BEACH

Installation Initiatives

Rails – Stay or Go?

  • Consolidate magazines
  • Relocate magazines currently north of Westminster Blvd?
    • Maintenance Issues
    • Security Issues
    • Barricaded Sidings
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NAVAL WEAPONS STATION SEAL BEACH

Installation Initiatives

  • Environmental
  • BRAC Env - $207.0M
    • $14.5M for Seal Beach Area next 5 years (Tustin, El Toro, Long Beach)
  • Restoration/cleanup (IR)- $76.5M
    • $21.2M for Seal Beach/Fallbrook next 5 years
  • Compliance - $14.8M
    • $3.1M for Seal Beach/Fallbrook next 5 years
  • Env Planning - $15.6M
    • $1.5M for Seal Beach Area next 5 years
american recovery and reinvestment act arra

NAVAL WEAPONS STATION SEAL BEACH

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)

Total Package – $787 Billion

DoD Portion – $7.4 Billion

Navy Portion – $1.2 Billion

NWS Seal Beach to Receive $7.7 million:

  • Install New Roof & Photovoltaic System On Building 78 - $2.5M
  • Install New Roof & Photovoltaic System On Building 110 - $1.3M
  • Build Rooftop Or Carport-mounted Photovoltaic System - $2.4M
  • Repair and Expand Marine Corps Reserve Center - $1.5M
energy goals guidance impact to installations
Energy Goals/GuidanceImpact to Installations

New energy implementing guidance is being developed

  • New Buildings - will incorporate sustainable design and energy efficiency features
  • Energy Plans – each base will have a plan for achieving energy goals
  • Renewable Energy – 25% of all electricity usage needs to come from renewable sources by 2025. This goal means each base needs to develop all cost effective renewable resources.
  • Resource Efficiency Managers – each installation should have REM(s) These are contractor energy managers who are required to identify projects that return 200%-300% on their cost
  • Transportation - Increase use of neighborhood electrics, and high fuel efficiency vehicles for high use applications
navfac policy

Energy Goals/Guidance

NAVFAC Policy

FY08

  • Designs started after 03 Jan 2007 must meet EPAct
  • 30% more efficient than ASHRAE
  • LEED “certifiable” for Sustainable Development

FY09 and Beyond

  • Must meet EPAct and be LEED Silver certified (US Green Building Council)
  • Executive Order requires
    • Renewable energy sources
    • Compliance with Federal High Performance and Sustainable Buildings
  • Supporting documentation must show actual cost of equipment

EPAct: The Energy Policy Act of 1992

ASHRAE: American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc.

LEED: Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design

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Contracting Opportunities

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