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Society of American Military Engineers 8 AUGUST 2013. CAPT Clifford Maurer , P.E., CEC, USN Commanding Officer, NAVFAC Southwest. Department of Navy Messages. Warfighting First The Navy protects and defends America on the world’s oceans. Operate Forward

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Society of american military engineers 8 august 2013

Society of

American Military Engineers

8 AUGUST 2013

CAPT Clifford Maurer, P.E., CEC, USN

Commanding Officer,NAVFAC Southwest


Department of navy messages

Department of Navy Messages

  • Warfighting First

  • The Navy protects and defends America on the world’s oceans.

  • Operate Forward

  • The Navy is deployed around the world, around the clock.

  • Be Ready

    • The Navy is ready to defend America at all times.


Naval facilities engineering command navfac the facilities and expeditionary combat systems command

NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND (NAVFAC)“The Facilities and Expeditionary Combat Systems Command”

  • Facilities Engineering & Construction

  • Maintenance & Facility Services / Weight Handling Equipment

  • Facilities Planning & Real Estate

  • Environmental Planning, Compliance, & Remediation

  • Natural & Cultural Resources Management

  • Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Ashore

  • Contingency Engineering Response

  • Expeditionary Infrastructure, Systems & Equipment

  • Logistics Over the Shore Ocean Facilities

NAVFAC’s unique combination of skill sets define our contribution to our Nation’s defense as the:

  • Department of Defense Design and Construction Agent

  • Department of the Navy’s Acquisition and Technical Authority


Navfac sw area of responsibility

NAVFAC SW Area of Responsibility

Desert IPT

Staff 97

FY12 $238 M

FY13 $180 M

Coastal IPT

Staff 622

FY12 $410 M

FY13 $400 M

Central IPT

Staff 115

FY12 $450 M

FY13 $280 M

PWD Ventura County

SNI

SCI

PWD Coronado

PWD San Diego

PWD Point Loma

NMC Balboa


Navfac commitment to safety

NAVFAC Commitment to Safety

Photo represents similar equipment

Foster a culture of safety where every team member integrates ORM into their actions.

FY10 to FY11 to FY12 reduced the DART rate from 1.89 to 1.50 to 1.41. A reduction of 25% in 2 years.

FY13: Contractor DART rate is 0.52 with 19 DART cases through July 2013.

12 of 18 offices finished FY12 DART free

Fatality on MCAS Miramar Hangar MILCON – 01 Nov 2012

Fatality on MCB Camp Pendleton FSC tree trimming – 03 Jan 2013


Clients supported commands fy12 business volume 3 145 1m

CLIENTS/SUPPORTED COMMANDS FY12 BUSINESS VOLUME = $3,145.1M


Challenging regulatory climate

  • 47 Federally Listed Species

    • NPS Monterey - 4

    • NWS Seal Beach - 9

    • NAS El Cento – 2

    • NAWS China Lake - 3

    • NB Ventura County – 14

    • NAS Lemoore – 1

    • San Diego Metro / San Clemente Island – 35

  • 60 State Listed Species and Species of Concern

  • 80% of Navy’s Biological Opinions annually

  • Critical Habitat for San Diego Fairy Shrimp at NB San Diego and Peninsular Bighorn Sheep at NAF El Centro

Challenging Regulatory Climate

NEPA/Environmental Planning

Agency InspectionDays by Region

SW has greatest combined media total regulatory inspection days on site

  • FY13 Navy In Progress:

  • 5EISs, 2 NRSW

  • 24 EAs, 16 NRSW

Regulatory program emphasis differs from Region to Region

Conservation and Resource Management

Cultural Resources


Environmental contract capacities

** Data contained herein is based on the best available information and is subject to change

Environmental Contract Capacities


Society of american military engineers 8 august 2013

** Data contained herein is based on the best available information and is subject to change

SW EV Procurements Currently Underway


Sw ev planned procurements

** Data contained herein is based on the best available information and is subject to change

SW EV Planned Procurements


Energy program

Energy Program

  • Energy Reduction Initiatives – FY-13 & Beyond

  • Long History of execution Energy Projects

    • Much of the “low-hanging” opportunity harvested

  • Continued Pursuit of Financed Energy Projects

    • 5UESC projects planned for FY 13-14 Execution

    • 3 ESPC projects under development

  • Region/ Installation Energy Plans

    • Strategy to meet Regulatory, Legislative, E.O, DoD, and SECNAV energy goals

Data Fidelity

  • Investing in infrastructure, granular view of consumption

    Energy Culture / Community

  • Continue to grow highly skilled Energy engineering staff

  • Leverage expertise across all products and services

    Strategic Partnerships

  • State & local gov't, industry, PUCs, Grid Operators, Utility Companies, Universities, Labs

    • Interconnect Agreements, Rule 21, SB843 / SB43, DRECP, RMI

ARRA ~$2M

ECIP ~$53M

NBPL

ESPC ~$35M

UESC ~$11M

NBC

Planned FY 13-16

Energy Program

~ $286M Investment

  • Secure Automated Microgrid Energy Systems (SAMES)

  • Create and operate a secure micro-grid cluster

  • Composed of single circuits on 3 installations

  • Demonstrate the feasibility to:

    • Manage energy use

    • Maximize value of renewable energy sources

    • Participate in energy markets w/o affecting mission readiness

UEOC

MILCON ~$110M

Other~$7M

NBSD

RMe ~$56M

eMMRP ~$14M


Navfac sw summary

NAVFAC SW Summary

  • Integrated Product Teams (IPTs): Coastal IPT, Desert IPT, Central IPT

  • Field Offices: 10 PWDs; 9 ROICCs

  • OICC MCI-West

  • Business Lines:

    • Capital Improvements

    • Public Works

    • Environmental

    • Asset Management

  • Strategic Drivers:

    • ENERGY – Independence and Security

    • GROWTH – Net Gain/Pacific Mission Focus

    • INFRASTRUCTURE – Pressing Demands

FY13 Business Volume Pre-Furlough ($2.67B)

FY13 Business Volume Furlough ($2.14B)


Long range acquisition forecast sb

Long Range Acquisition Forecast - SB

www.smallbusiness.navfac.navy.mil

13


Sw ae idiq contracts

SW AE IDIQ Contracts

** Data contained herein is based on the best available information and is subject to change

As of: 29 Jul 2013


Regional multiple award construction contracts

Regional Multiple Award Construction Contracts

** Data contained herein is based on the best available information and is subject to change

As of: 29 Jul 2013


Regional opportunities fy13 qtr4

Regional Opportunities – FY13 QTR4


Regional opportunities fy14 qtr1

Regional Opportunities – FY14 QTR1


Link to detailed future workload go to http www navfac navy mil

Link to detailed future workload…Go to http://www.navfac.navy.mil


Learn more about navfac

Learn more about NAVFAC …

1. Visit our webpage at:

http://www.navfac.navy.mil

2. Go to “Organization” Tab

3. Select desired NAVFAC component

4. Go to “Contact Us/Visitors”


We never forget who we re working for

We Never Forget Who We’re Working For


Questions

Questions?


Back up slides

Back-up Slides


Typical acquisition approach

Typical Acquisition Approach

  • Full and Open Competition

  • Set-Aside for Small Businesses

  • Multiple Award Construction Contracts

    • Small Business set-aside within MACC (at Contracting Officer discretion)

    • Fair Opportunity within MACC

  • Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity A&E Contracts

    • Follow-on Task Orders are negotiated

  • Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Construction Contracts

    • Paving, Roofing, Painting, Utilities, other specialty trades

  • Facility Support Service Contracts

    • Vehicle Rental, Maintenance, Custodial, Grounds, etc.


Fy 13 military construction

FY-13 Military Construction

** Data contained herein is based on the best available information and is subject to change


Fy13 military construction

FY13 Military Construction

** Data contained herein is based on the best available information and is subject to change


Fy13 military construction1

FY13 Military Construction

** Data contained herein is based on the best available information and is subject to change


Macc contract acquisition strategy

MACC ContractAcquisition Strategy

$M

Sep14

May14

Mar15

May 14

Apr 14

Awarded as of 31 July 13

Remaining Capacity (Awarded)

Future Capacity (Un-Awarded)

Planned T.O.

1

7/31/2013


Ae idiq contract acquisition strategy

AE IDIQ ContractAcquisition Strategy

$M

Aug 13

Mar 14

Jan 14

Oct 13

Future Capacity (Un-Awarded)

Remaining Capacity (Awarded)

Planned T.O.

Awarded as of 31 July 13

1

7/31/2013


Evbl fy12 project execution overview

EVBL FY12 Project Execution Overview

Total FY12 Project Execution $325M

BRAC

$154M

ER $63M

EQ $108M

EQ Breakout

CR

$15.1

NR

$23.3

EC

$69.6M

Southwest EVBL Execution accounts for 50% of LANT’s Total


Evbl fy13 planned project execution overview

EVBL FY13 Planned Project Execution Overview

Total FY13 Project Execution $253.5 M

CR

$6.5

EQ

Breakout

NR

$16.0

EC

$72.5M


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