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Mark belcher pe capital improvements plc milcon program and budget manager

Design Build Institute of America 2012 Mid-Atlantic Conference NAVFAC Washington OverviewContracting Opportunities & Major Design & Construction Projects

Mark Belcher, PE

Capital Improvements PLC

MILCON Program and Budget Manager


Navfac washington overview

NAVFAC Washington - Overview

  • AGENDA:

    • NAVFAC Washington Area of Responsibility

    • Delivery Process and Acquisition Strategies

    • AE and Construction Contract Tools

    • Projected Workload and MILCON Program

    • Energy Program and Energy Checklist

    • LEED in NAVFAC – Policy and Process

    • Small Business Opportunities

    • Contacts

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Mark belcher pe capital improvements plc milcon program and budget manager

NAVFAC Washington: Area of Responsibility

NAVFAC Washington Supports

  • Naval District Washington

    • NSA Washington

    • Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling

    • NSA Bethesda

    • NSA Patuxent River

    • NSA South Potomac (Indian Head and Dahlgren)

    • NSA Annapolis

  • Andrews Air Force Base

  • Two USMC Sites (Quantico and 8th & I)

  • Other DoD & Non-DoD Sites

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NAVFAC Acquisition Strategies

1. AE Design-Build

2. In-House Design-Build

3. AE Design-Bid-Build (“Full Plans and Specs”)

4. In-House Design-Bid-Build

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NAVFAC Acquisition Strategies

  • NAVFAC’s Preferred Acquisition:

    • Design-Build (DB) vs Design-Bid-Build (DBB) for MILCON (75/25 by $)

    • Best Value Source Selection (BVSS) RFPs vs. Invitation For Bid (IFB)

  • NAVFAC Washington’s Acquisition Tools:

    • Planning & Design A-E IDQ Contracts

    • Stand Alone A-E Contracts

    • Paving & Roofing IDQ Contracts

    • Multiple Award Construction Contracts (MACC)

    • Job Order Contracts (JOC)

    • Stand Alone Competitive Source Selection (SACC) for Unique & Large

    • Construction Contracts (> $30M)

    • NAVFAC Atlantic Reach back (AE & Construction)

  • Contract Opportunities available via:

    • Navy Electronic Commerce Online (NECO)

    • https://www.neco.navy.mil/

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Navfac washington construction contract tools

NAVFAC WashingtonConstruction Contract Tools

  • MACC’s

    • Large Business MACC

      • Developed 5 Contracts. Initial Contract Awarded in DEC 2009

        • Base Plus Four Option Years

        • $10M - $30M Range Per Task Order

        • New LMACC Award (Base Plus Four) Scheduled for JAN 2015

    • Small Business MACC

      • Developed 5 Contracts. Initial Contract Awarded In JAN 2010

        • Base Plus Four Option Years

        • $2M - $10M Range Per Task Order

        • New SBMACC Award (Base Plus Four) Scheduled for FEB 2015

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NAVFAC WashingtonConstruction Contract Tools

  • MACC’s

    • 8(a) MACC

      • Procurement underway; award projected for JUN 2012

        • Award up to six contracts

        • Base Plus Two Option Years ($120M Total)

        • $100K - $2M Range Per Delivery Order

  • Paving IDQ’s

    • One IDQ to Support NSA Washington, NSA Bethesda and MCB Quantico

      • Base Plus Four Option Years ($30M Total)

      • Awarded in JAN 2011

      • New IDQ Award (Base Plus Four, $40M Total) Scheduled for JUL 2014

    • One IDQ to Support NSA South Potomac (Dahlgren and Indian Head) and NAS Patuxent River

      • Base Plus Two Option Years ($18M Total)

      • Awarded in August 2011

      • New IDQ Award (Base Plus Four, $30M Total) Scheduled for AUG 2014

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NAVFAC WashingtonConstruction Contract Tools

  • Roofing IDQ

    • 1 Contract To Support All PWD’s

  • Base Plus Two Option Years ($12M Total)

  • Awarded in FEB 2012

  • New IDQ Award (Base Plus Four, $40M Total) Scheduled for 2013/2014

  • Job Order Contracts (JOC)

  • One JOC to Support NSA Washington, NSA Bethesda and MCB Quantico

    • Base Plus Four Option Years ($100M Total)

    • Awarded in MAR 2008

    • New JOC Award (Base Plus Four, $120M) Scheduled for NOV 2012

  • One JOC to Support NSA South Potomac (Dahlgren and Indian Head), NSA Annapolis and NAS Patuxent River

    • Base Plus Four Option Years ($100M Total)

    • New JOC Award (Base Plus Four, $120M) Scheduled for NOV 2012

  • Re-procurement Underway for Both JOCs

    NOTE: Planned Contract Types, Terms, and Amounts Are Subject to Change Based on Future Workload

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NAVFAC WashingtonConstruction Contract Tools

Reach-Back Support From NAVFAC Atlantic/Pacific & Other Components

  • Other Construction MACCs

  • Global Contingency Contract (GCC)

  • Environmental MACC’s, RAC’s, CLEAN’s

  • Global MACC (NAVFAC Pacific)

    • NAVFAC HQ Approval for each contract >$30M

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NAVFAC WashingtonWork-in-Place (WIP)

$877M

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NAVFAC Washington FY-12 & Prior

MILCON Program

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NAVFAC Washington FY-13

MILCON Program

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Mark belcher pe capital improvements plc milcon program and budget manager

  • Energy Program Overview

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Navfac washington energy program overview

NAVFAC WASHINGTON:Energy Program - Overview

  • CO Energy Platform

  • Goals and Objectives

  • Energy Analyses – Tools and Programs

  • Total Ownership Cost

  • Energy Checklist: Stakeholder Accountability

    • Mandates, Directives, Laws

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Energy program goals and objectives

Energy Program – Goals and Objectives

  • To reduce total ownership cost across NAVFAC-Washington’s facility portfolio

  • To achieve mandated energy and sustainability goals

  • Ensure energy requirements are incorporated in all product & service phases of a project

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Energy analysis tools and programs

Energy Analysis Tools and Programs

  • Total Ownership Cost – Acquisition + Design Tool for cost reduction

  • Energy Checklist – Requirements and Accountability Tool for 15 Design Areas

  • LEED Silver Certification – Site and Building Responsible Design Tool

  • eSRM – Operations, Maintenance Funding Program FY14

  • eROI Scorecard – Energy rating of project during 1391 development

    - eMMRP – Major Maintenance and Repair Program Funding

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Total ownership cost premise

Total Ownership Cost: Premise

Total Ownership cost (TOC) analysis during design-build (DB) source selection process results in more informed decision making:

  • To reduce total ownership cost of facility

  • To achieve energy and sustainability goals

  • To Encourage Design Innovation

    Note: “Life Cycle Cost” and “Total Ownership Cost” are used synonymously

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Total ownership cost approach

Total Ownership Cost: Approach

  • Develop tool to evaluate the TOC of a DB proposal

    • Government (GOV) team develops baseline TOC to set level playing field for proposal evaluation

    • “TOC Template” completed & submitted by DB proposer

    • Technical Evaluation Team (TET) evaluates whether proposal includes reasonable estimates for all assumptions in TOC analysis

  • Template initially developed for 7 common facility types:

    Admin Bldg Child Development Center

    Bachelor QuartersInstructional Training Fac (general purpose)

    High Bay HangarOperational Training Fac (specialized)

    Fitness Center

  • Focus on major TOC cost drivers (80%/20% rule of thumb)

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Total ownership cost template parts

Total Ownership Cost: Template Parts

  • Net Investment

    • Facility design and construction

  • Energy Cost

    • Up to 6 energy sources can be evaluated:

      electricitysteam (gas generated)distillate oil

      natural gassteam (oil generated)residual oil

  • Sustainment Cost

    • Includes major building component / system preventive maintenance (PM) and whole component replacement at end of service life

    • Does not include operating costs and unscheduled / corrective maintenance (assumed equal for all proposals)

  • Government Baseline TOC

    • Based on minimum ASHRAE 90.1 2007 standards and IBC requirements

    • Baseline analysis provided in RFP

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Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)™

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Laws and executive orders

Laws and Executive Orders

1. The Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPAct 05): 30% Energy Savings below ASHRAE 90.1 2004

2. Executive Order 13423 (2007): All new and 15% of existing buildings by 2015 must meet Guiding Principles

3. The Energy Independence & Security Act of 2007 (EISA 07): Expands and Strengthens EPAct 05 and requires a Green Rating System to reflect The Guiding Principles

4. Executive Order 13514 (2009): Reinforces EA 13423 and requires all new Federal Buildings to be Net Zero by 2030.

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Navfac wash leed policy

NAVFAC Wash LEED Policy

  • In Spring of 2011, Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus announced at the Federal USGBC Summit that in keeping with the Navy’s goals for sustainability and energy savings that new Navy buildings would be LEED Gold.

  • The Defense Authorization Act passed in January 2012 (FY-12 NDAA, sec. 2830) makes it illegal to spend additional money for DoD buildings to get LEED Gold or Platinum. An exception exists (LEED Gold at no additional cost), but NAVFAC considers this unattainable.

  • Bottom Line: NAVFAC Washington will not consider LEED Gold or higher (Platinum) for selection on any FY-12 MCON projects. LEED Silver will continue to be the NAVFAC Washington standard for FY12 MCON projects.

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Small Business Opportunities

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Small Business Information

  • Small Business Opportunities in Prime Contracting and Subcontracting

  • NAVFAC Washington Prime Contracting Goals for FY12:

    • Small Business – 34%

    • HUBZone – 2.3%

    • Small Disadvantaged Business – 23%

    • Women-Owned Small Business – 6.6%

    • Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business – 2.5%

  • A/E Opportunities Posted on FedBizOpps (www.FBO.gov) and Navy Electronic Commerce Online (www.neco.navy.mil)

  • RESPOND to Sources Sought Notices

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Small Business Information

  • Visit NAVFAC’s Small Business Website:

    • Long Range Acquisition Forecasts

    • Lists of Prime Contracts with Large Businesses and Small Businesses

    • MILCON Forecasts

    • WOSB and SDVOSB Directories

    • https://smallbusiness.navfac.navy.mil

  • For additional information contact:

    • Allison Evans, Deputy for Small Business, [email protected] or 202-685-0088

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Navfac washington contact information

NAVFAC WashingtonContact Information

CI Chief Engineer/BLC – Thomas H. Cox, PE @ (202) 685-8040)

[email protected]

CI MILCON Program & Budget (CI3) PLC– Mark Belcher, PE @ (202) 685-8088

[email protected]

CI Design (CI4) PLC – Maury S. Saunders, AIA @ (202) 685-0910

[email protected]

CI Construction (CI5) PLC – John J. Nesius, PE @ (202) 685-3129

[email protected]

CI LEED/Sustainability Coordinator – Andrew Boyd, RA @ (202) 685-8006

[email protected]

PW UEM PLC – David Capozzoli, PE @ (202) 685-8600

[email protected]

ACQ Design & Construction SLC-Alyson Harbage, @202-685- 3222

[email protected]

Small Business - Allison Evans, Deputy for Small Business, 202-685-0088 [email protected]

NAVFAC Portal @ https://portal.navfac.navy.mil

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