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Officer in Charge of Construction Marine Corps Installations West. 144 Active MILCON/M2R2 projects for $1.1B MCB Camp Pendleton: 68 projects ~ $677M MCAS Pendleton: 6 projects ~ $19.4M MCAGTFTC Twentynine Palms: 31 projects ~ $184M MCAS Miramar: 14 projects ~ $85.6M

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Officer in charge of construction marine corps installations west

Officer in Charge of Construction Marine Corps Installations West


Oicc mciwest in box

  • 144 Active MILCON/M2R2 projects for $1.1B

  • MCB Camp Pendleton: 68 projects ~ $677M

  • MCAS Pendleton: 6 projects ~ $19.4M

  • MCAGTFTC Twentynine Palms: 31 projects ~ $184M

  • MCAS Miramar: 14 projects ~ $85.6M

  • MCAS Yuma: 17 projects ~ $74.4M

  • MCLB Barstow: 6 projects ~ $14.5M

  • MCLB Bridgeport: 2 Projects ~$3.5M

OICC MCIWEST “In Box”


Oicc mciwest programs

OICC MCIWEST Programs

Grow the Force - $3,000,000,000

(That’s $3.0 Billion)

Bachelor Enlisted Quarters – 49 BEQs $1.7B


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West Project Laydown FY09

42 Projects $1.1B

BEQ Project

Other MILCON Project

1 Project @ $8M

4 Projects @ $146M

26 Projects @ $800M

8 Projects @ $120M

1 Project @ $19M


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West Project Laydown FY10

52 Projects $1.5B

MCMWTC Bridgeport

2 Projects @ $7M

BEQ Project

Other MILCON Project

2 Project @ $36M

21 Projects @ $536M

22 Projects @ $1105M

3 Projects @ $80M

2 Projects @ $29M


Grow the force initiative

Grow The Force Initiative


Officer in charge of construction marine corps installations west

BEQ Initiative

  • The Old:

    • 1950’s BEQs

    • Open Bays, Gang Heads


Officer in charge of construction marine corps installations west

Best of Breed

Exterior

Positive, home-like appearance

Building masses broken up into smaller portions, creating more of a campus like and community feel

Breezeways

Sports courts, BBQs

Complies with BEAP

Interior

Hotel-like lobby at the entrance to the building

Maximize natural ventilation in sleeping rooms

Maximize storage space

Telephone, cable and satellite TV

Enhanced activity centers with gaming, internet, big screen TV, laundry rooms

Ceiling fans, color schemes

BEQ Initiative

  • The New:


Officer in charge of construction marine corps installations west

Green Initiatives

Buildings

  • LEED Silver Certification required for all FY09 new construction projects or renovation > 50% PRV

  • 3 LEED Silver Certified projects to be completed by summer 2009

  • MCCS Temporary Lodging Facility 14% more efficient than Title 24 requirements, 30% water use reduction

    Wastewater

  • P-002 Southern Region Tertiary Treatment Plant – capable of treating 5 MGD

  • MCB P-110 Wastewater and Reclaimed Water Conveyance Systems saving 100 MGY using recycled water for irrigation


Officer in charge of construction marine corps installations west

Water

MCAS Miramar is saving 30 million gallons of potable water per year by using recycled water for irrigation, dust control, construction use

Irrigation accounts for 60% of water load at Miramar. Converting to a central irrigation control system which monitors and accounts for rain fall has cut irrigation expense by half

Power

Installation of 23kW PV array to reduce net power consumption

Solar powered speed limit sign installation in housing areas

Installation of 5KV photovoltaic system to gym facility offsets power requirements from grid

Green Initiatives


Officer in charge of construction marine corps installations west

Green Initiatives

  • Photovoltaic Lights

  • 50 PV Lights on Base

  • Wind Turbine

  • 1.5MW

  • $6.1M / $1.5M SCE rebates


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