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Depart of Energy RE/FIMS Workshop 2011. REAL ESTATE. DOE’s Real Estate Landscape. DOE Real Property Portfolio 50 Major Sites Total Number of Assets 19,411 Land Acres 2.3 million (1.5 million is withdrawn Public Domain land)

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doe s real estate landscape
DOE’s Real Estate Landscape
  • DOE Real Property Portfolio
    • 50 Major Sites
    • Total Number of Assets 19,411
    • Land Acres 2.3 million
    • (1.5 million is withdrawn Public Domain land)
    • Total Building Area 129 million GSF
    • Number of Buildings 10,920
    • Number of Structures 7,793
    • Total Property Value $96.8 billion
    • Leases (next slide)
doe s real estate landscape continued
DOE’s Real Estate Landscape(continued)
  • Leases
  • Lease Type< 5,000 SF<10,000 SF>10,000 SFTOTAL
  • GSA 8 5 7 20
  • GSA owned 10 2 17 29
  • DOE Leased 10 10 21 41
  • Contr Leased 135 37 136 308
  • TOTALS 163 54 181 398
  • Pct. Total 40% 14% 46%
what is real estate
What Is Real Estate ?
  • Includes: Land, Improvements, Infrastructure, Rights that exist in real estate
  • Is NOT: Personal Property
  • 39 persons engaged in real estate activities; 21 professional certified realty specialists across DOE complex (13 are level 2 certified)
  • HQ: Senior Real Property Officer, Senior Realty Officer (MAI), Senior Realty Specialist (RPA & FMA – BOMA), Realty Specialist (JD)
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What Does Real Estate Do ?

  • Provides expertise to DOE and its operational components, including contractors, in these areas:
    • Real Estate Program Management -- Community Affairs
    • Policy Development
    • Project Reviews
  • Recognized disciplines in DOE real estate:
    • Acquisition -- Management and Disposal
    • Lease Acquisition
  • Real estate interfaces closely with OGC, CFO, Program Offices, OMB, GSA
  • Conducts instructional sessions for Certified Realty Specialists across complex and provides general guidance
  • Due to personnel shortages, Senior Realty Officer is the Certified Realty Specialist for these site offices:
    • Savannah River -- NETL
    • Idaho -- NREL
recognized disciplines in doe real estate
Recognized disciplines in DOE real estate
  • Acquisition
    • Fee Simple Purchase
    • Fee Simple Donations
    • Acquisition by Eminent Domain
  • Lease Acquisition
    • Acquisition by Lease
    • Permits and Licenses
  • Easements and Right-Of-Way Acquisitions
recognized disciplines in doe real estate continued
Recognized disciplines in DOE Real Estate (continued)
  • Management and Disposal
    • Oversee M & O Contractor Lease Acquisitions IAW published guidelines
    • Oversee and manage DOE Lease Acquisitions outside of NCR IAW published guidelines
    • Oversee development of GSA Occupancy Agreements for leased and federally-owned space outside of NCR
    • Monitor process for out-leasing of DOE Site real estate
    • Disposal for Economic Development
    • Disposal for Sale
    • Disposal for Public Body Use
    • Disposal By Lease
how can we optimize use of real estate assets
How can we optimize use of Real Estate assets ?
  • Institute Space Standards
  • Consolidation of Space Within and Among Programs
  • Facility Sharing (with other Federal Agencies and with Private Sector (lease/rent))
  • Enhanced Use Leasing (EUL)
  • Power Purchase Agreements (PPA)
  • Public/Private Ventures (PPV)
  • Asset Reutilization Initiative
    • Energy Parks
how can we reduce the costs of real estate
How can we reduce the costs of Real Estate ?
  • Modernization of Existing Facilities and Infrastructure
    • Sustainability of Facilities’ Operations
    • Reduce Carbon Footprint
  • Smart Design for New Facilities (avoids Obsolescence)
    • Space Standards
    • Leed/Green buildings
  • Smart Leases
    • Recompete less favorable leases
      • Optimize size, function, utilities/energy
      • Leed/Green buildings
  • Dedicated D&D budget
how can we reduce the costs of real estate continued
How can we reduce the costs of Real Estate ?(continued)
  • Co-locating with Private Partners/Education Partners
    • Mixed Use
  • Smart Lease Acquisition to replace Existing (size, functionality, sustainability, energy efficiency)
  • Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPC)
  • Utility Energy Service Contracts (UESC)
  • Merging similar facilities from different sites (data centers, laboratories, etc.)
    • Synergy vs. Competition
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