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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

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

  • 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”

  • 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

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

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


  • 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


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

Environmental Contract Capacities


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

SW EV Procurements Currently Underway


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

SW EV Planned Procurements


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

  • 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

www.smallbusiness.navfac.navy.mil

13


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

** 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 – FY14 QTR1


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


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


Questions?


Back-up Slides


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

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


FY13 Military Construction

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


FY13 Military Construction

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


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 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

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

Total FY13 Project Execution $253.5 M

CR

$6.5

EQ

Breakout

NR

$16.0

EC

$72.5M


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