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Captain Andy Butterfield, USN. Deputy Mission Support Group Commander Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. Agenda. Mission Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst 2005 BRAC Non BRAC Mission Partners Organization Facility Requirements Contracting Opportunities. 87 ABW Mission Statement.

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captain andy butterfield usn

Captain Andy Butterfield, USN

Deputy Mission Support Group Commander

Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst

agenda
Agenda
  • Mission
  • Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst
  • 2005 BRAC
  • Non BRAC
  • Mission Partners
  • Organization
  • Facility Requirements
  • Contracting Opportunities
87 abw mission statement
87 ABW Mission Statement

“To provide mission-ready Warfighters to support Unified Combatant Commanders in global military operations and unrivaled installation management for America’s only tri-service joint base.”

slide4

Joint Base Legislation

  • The Base Realignment and Closure Commission 2005 legislation directed the DoD to realign 26 separate installations into 12 Joint Base installations
  • Specifically to our installation, the legislation “realigned Fort Dix NJ and Naval Engineering Station Lakehurst NJ, by relocating the installation management functions to McGuire AFB NJ, establishing Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst NJ”
slide5

Joint Base

  • Phase 1 Bases
    • NAS Little Creek/ Ft Story VA
    • Ft Myer / Henderson Hall VA
    • Andrews AFB / NAF Washington MD
    • McGuire AFB / Ft Dix / NAES Lakehurst NJ
    • Navy Base Guam / Andersen AB GUAM
  • Phase 2 Bases
    • Anacostia Annex / Bolling AFB DC
    • NS Pearl Harbor / Hickam AFB HI
    • Ft Lewis / McChord AFB WA
    • Charleston AFB / NWS Charleston SC
    • Elmendorf AFB / Ft Richardson AK
    • Lackland AFB / Randolph AFB / Ft Sam Houston TX
    • Langley AFB / Ft Eustis VA
slide6

Bordering Townships

& Boroughs

Jackson

Township

North Hanover Township

Plumsted Township

New Hanover Twp

Wrightstown

Borough

Springfield

Twp

Lakehurst

McGuire

Fort Dix

Lakehurst

Borough

Manchester

Township

Pemberton

Borough

Pemberton

Township

slide7

BRAC Legislation

  • Relocate Army/Navy/Marine Units to McGuire AFB (Part 68)
  • Create Joint Mobilization Site (Part 144)
  • Establish First Tri-Service Joint Base (Part 146)

FY 11

FY 05

slide8

BRAC Relocation – Part 68

  • 37 Army/Navy/Marine Acft to McGuire: 57% Increase
  • Personnel Increase: ~700+ Full-Time, ~1500+ Part-Time
  • $218M+ in DoN MILCON
slide9

Non-BRAC Relocation

  • 23 Army Guard Aircraft moving to Lakehurst
    • 18 UH-60 Blackhawk Helicopters
    • 4 UH-72A Lakota Helicopters
    • 1 C-12
  • Guard Personnel Increase
    • 100 Full-Time
    • 430 Part-Time
  • $50M+ in MILCON
slide10

JB Acft

123

95% Increase

Acft

63

0

2006

2011

Combined Effects

Supported Personnel

~7625

Full-time Personnel

19% Increase

6398

~11037

Supported Personnel

Part-time Personnel

34% Increase

7630

2011

2006

jb m d l
JB M-D-L
  • Number assigned grew 51% (+1,077):
    • Force Support Sq: 90% increase (+475)
    • Civil Engineering Sq: 85% increase (+316)
    • Contracting Sq: 60% increase (+28)
    • Security Forces Sq: 55% increase (+139)
    • Wing Staff: 46% increase (+40)
    • Logistics Readiness Sq: 19% increase (+64)
  • Area of Responsibility will increase more than 10-fold:

from 3,600 acres to 42,000 acres

  • Number of facilities increased 8-times: from 502 to 3,933
  • Value of infrastructure grew 4-times: from $2.2B to $9.3B
  • Number of mission partners grew approx 2.5-times: from 30 to 80
  • Serviced population grew 1.5-times: from 17,000 to 41,000
slide12

Joint Base

The Partners – Ft Dix

  • FORSCOM Power Generation Platform
  • Primary North East Reserve Component Training Location
  • Army, Army Res/NG, Navy, AF Combat Training
    • Contingency Operating Location (COL) — “Tiger”
      • Urban Assault
      • Convoy Ops
      • Combat Supt
      • Detainee Ops

Urban Assault Training

Contingency Operating Location

(COL)

slide13

Joint Base

The Partners – Lakehurst

  • NAVAIR Aircraft Launch and Recovery (ALRE)
    • Design/Test Catapults, Arresting Gear, Flight Deck Landing Aids
  • CERDEC Flight Activity Capabilities: provides sensor integration and test support on airborne platforms

C-17 Assault Strip

slide14

Joint Base

The Partners – McGuire

  • Ground Combat Skills Training
  • Rapid Airbase Opening
  • Rapid Global Mobility
    • Airlift
    • Air Refueling
  • Aerial Port Operations
  • Weapons School
  • Expeditionary Combat Support
  • Installation Management
slide15

Joint Base

Vision

America’s Premier Joint Warfighting Base!

ARMY

Mobilization

Training

Center

Multi-service

Training

Range

Training

NAVY

Research

Test/Eval

NAVAIR

Tech Training

Launch &

Recovery

Production

USAF

Rapid Global

Mobility

Expeditionary

Combat Supt

OEF Cargo

Jt Base Lead

Installation Support Functions

christopher archer

Christopher Archer

Deputy Base Civil Engineer

Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst

agenda1
Agenda
  • Joint Base Organization
  • Construction Projects (Recently Completed)
  • Construction Projects (BRAC/Ongoing)
  • Construction Projects (Planned)
  • Housing Privatization
  • Energy Projects
  • Contracting Opportunities
  • 87 CES POC Information
success
Success
  • Team -- n. A group organized to work together <a team of scientists>. vt. To harness or join together to form a team.
  • Partner – n. A person associated with another in a venture, occupation, or challenge. n. Either of two persons dancing with each other. v. To bring together as partners.
  • Success – n. The gaining of something desired, planned, or attempted.
joint base mcguire dix lakehurst2

Joint Base McGuire – Dix - Lakehurst

Construction Projects

(Recently Finished)

repair community center bldg 2705
Repair Community Center, Bldg 2705
  • Project completed on 6 Jun 09
  • Cost: $3.3M
  • Project included renovation of 4 restrooms, new wall, ceiling and floor finishes, HVAC system, lighting, and fire detection/ suppression systems
upgrade ftu facility bldg 1928
Upgrade FTU Facility, Bldg 1928
  • Project started: 15 Mar 08 (Design/Build Contract)
  • Cost: $2.06M
  • Completed: 27 Jul 09
  • Project included new roof, brick face, exterior doors/windows, main and alternate entrances, bathrooms, auditorium, and various classrooms
repair base theater bldg 2909
Repair Base Theater, Bldg 2909
  • Project completed 1 Dec 09
  • Cost: $4.5M
  • Project Included new roof, brick face, auditorium chairs, floor and wall/ceiling/floor finishes, restrooms, concession area, and new mechanical/electrical systems
construct shoulders runway 18 36
Construct ShouldersRunway 18/36
  • FY 08 P-341 D/B Contract
  • Cost: $1.9M
  • Completed: 31 Dec 09
  • Scope: Project constructed 25 foot wide paved shoulders; utilized crushed concrete from demo projects for stabilizing base
construct taxiway hotel
Construct Taxiway Hotel
  • FY 04 MILCON Army Reserve
  • Cost: $2M
  • Completed: 19 Dec 09
  • Scope: 25 ft paved shoulders & taxiway edge lights
completed demos
Completed Demos
  • TLF’s 2418 & 2419 (left top & bottom)
  • Squad Ops Bldg 2225 (center top & bottom)
  • Sewer Shop Bldg 1512 (right top & bottom)
completed demos1
Completed Demos
  • Alert Facility Bldg 1818 (top & lower Left)
  • Storage Fac 1934 (lower center)
  • BASH Fac Bldg 1927 (lower right and lower lower right)
completed airfield demos
Completed Airfield Demos
  • Transceiver Bldg 1609 (left top & bottom)
  • Receiver Bldg 1612 (not shown)
  • NDI Lab Bldg 1623 (center & right)
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Joint Base McGuire – Dix - Lakehurst

Construction Projects

(BRAC)

navy marine corps brac projects
Navy & Marine Corps BRAC Projects

P151V/P156VNavy Hangar& Flight Simulator FY 08/09

P157VMunitionsFY 09

P162VAIMD/ASDFY 09

P161V ArmyAviation FY 09

P150VMarine Corps HeloHangar FY 08/09

P096V/P160VMarine CorpsReserve CtrFY 08

navy marine corps brac projects1
Navy & Marine Corps BRAC Projects
  • Marine Corps Reserve Center and NOSC Renovations
    • Award Amt. $23 Million
    • Harkins Builders, Inc., Marriotsville, MA
    • Completion Date: Sep 2010
  • Marine Corps Helicopter Hangar & MAG 49 Hdqtrs
    • Award Amt. $66 Million
    • Boro Construction, King of Prussia, PA
    • Completion Date: Nov 2010
navy marine corps brac projects2
Navy & Marine Corps BRAC Projects
  • Navy Hangar
    • Award Amt. $48 Million
    • C. Pyramid Enterprises, Inc. Robbinsville, NJ
    • Completion Date: March 2011
  • Aircraft Intermediate Maint Div/Aviation Supply Dept
    • Award Amt. $20 Million
    • Archer-Western Contractors, Atlanta, GA
    • Completion Date: Feb 2011
navy marine corps brac projects3
Navy & Marine Corps BRAC Projects
  • Army Reserve Aviation Facility (Hangar Renovation)
    • Award Amt. $9 Million
    • Magnum, Inc. Warminster, PA
    • Completion Date: Feb 2011
  • Munitions Storage Igloos
    • Award Amt. $1 Million
    • Intercontinental Construction Co. Inc., Passaic, NJ
    • Completion Date: Oct 2010
joint base mcguire dix lakehurst4

Joint Base McGuire – Dix - Lakehurst

Construction Projects

(In Progress)

repair runway 06 24
Repair Runway 06/24
  • Cost: $40M (Includes Design to Harden Underruns)
  • Awarded to TOLTEST
  • ECD: 5 Jan 11
  • Before 19 Jan 10; install fence, lighting ductwork, batch plant site work, and trailer installation.
  • After 19 Jan 10; finish fence across taxiways, mil runway/taxiways and use the millings to create truck haul routes.
renovate dorms 2622 2623
Renovate Dorms 2622/2623
  • FY08 Projects
  • Cost: $3.1M each (Design/Build Contract)
  • ECD 1 Sep 10
  • Includes new wall, floor and ceiling finishes; bathroom and dayroom renovation; molded drywall replacement
aafes renovation
AAFES Renovation
  • Awarded 3 Sep 09
  • Cost: $4.4M; ECD: 01 Aug 10
  • Project Includes: BX floors and ceiling finishes; entire food court renovation; upgrade of both entrances
  • Schedule: work is divided into 6 phases
security forces facility
Security Forces Facility
  • FY09 MILCON Awarded Project
  • Cost: $6.7M (Design/Build Contract)
  • ECD 10 Feb 11
  • Scope: 22,000 SF 2-story facility includes weapons vault, storage, administration, lockers, holding cells, bath rooms & interrogation
sustainment restoration and modernization
Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization

Anticipated Annual Budget

Sustainment -- Dix: $20M

Sustainment -- Lakehurst: $8M

SRM -- McGuire: $13M

TWCF -- McGuire Minor Const: $2M

TWCF -- McGuire M&R: $3.5M

JB-MDL Demolition Target: $1M

slide49

Proposed FY 10 (DIX)

Sustainment Priority List

slide50

Proposed FY 10 (DIX)

Sustainment Priority List

slide51

Proposed FY 10 (DIX)

Restoration & Modernization

privatized family housing
Privatized Family Housing
  • 2,364 McGuire/Dix family housing units conveyed to United Communities Sep 2006
  • Redevelopment Scope (over $350M): demolish 1,915; renovate 449; build 1,635;
  • Total end state - 2,084 units (78.5% new and 21.5% renovated)
  • Jan 2010 Status: demo’d 1,709; renovated 449; built 1098 units
  • Projected Redevelopment Completion: Feb 2011
  • Customer Satisfaction: 88% (vs 76% Avg for 24 AF PFH projects)

Newly Constructed JNCO Housing

Starlifter Housing Area

mcguire energy neutral by 2015
McGuire:Energy Neutral by 2015?
  • Key Air Mobility Command airbase on East Coast
  • Designated one of two AF “Model Energy Bases”
  • Set the ambitious goal to be “off the grid” by 2015
  • Can we do it given:
  • Historically the USAF is an energy consumer, not producer?
  • Geographic location?
  • Abundance of old, inefficient legacy infrastructure?
  • Limited resources?
mcguire energy savings performance contract espc
McGuire Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC)
  • DOE Super ESPC Project (Ameresco)
    • Awarded: 28 Dec 09; Energy Improvements: $43M
    • Guaranteed Cost Savings: $137M
    • Energy Savings: 322,000 MBTUs/YR (Reduces Energy Consumption by 42%)
    • Project Term: 21 YRS (Includes Construction/Maintenance)
  • Energy Conservation Measures
    • ECM 1: CHP Decentralization $29M (25%)
    • ECM 2: Lighting Upgrades $4.3M (3%)
    • ECM 3: Energy Management Control System $7.7M (8%)
    • ECM 4: Chiller Plant Upgrades $2.5M (6%)
solar photovoltaic pv
Solar Photovoltaic (PV)
  • Completed Solar PV Projects at McGuire AFB Base
    • Library -- 12.25 KW
    • Med Center -- 75 KW
  • Proposed Solar PV Projects
  • Dining Hall -- 46 KW
  • Fitness Center -- 70 KW
  • Base Theater -- 12 KW
  • Shoppette -- 60KW
  • Commissary -- 70 KW
  • CE Maintenance -- 46KW
solar pv power purchase agreement
Solar PV Power Purchase Agreement
  • Ground Based 18 Acre Project: 6MW
  • Rooftop Based 350k SF Project: 4MW
  • Competitive Solicitation (FEDBIZOPS)
  • Economics: NJ Rebates + NJ RECs + 30% Fed
    • Tax Credit + Fed Accelerated Depreciation
  • AF Benefits:
    • Reduced Electric Energy Cost
    • Energy Security
  • Joint Base Initiative (Lakehurst)
contract opportunities
Contract Opportunities
  • Contract opportunities are “posted” on the Web
    • Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps)
  • Includes a synopsis of the requirement
  • Download Bid Packages (Solicitation)
  • Synopsis of Award
  • Sources Sought Notices

www.fbo.gov

unique needs for construction
Unique Needs For Construction
  • Contracts >$100,000 (Miller Act)
    • Performance and Payment Bonds Mandatory
      • 100% of the original contract price
      • Additional bonding required if contract price increases
  • Contracts from $30,000 - $100,000
    • Two of the following payment protection required:
    • Payment bond; irrevocable letter of credit (ILC); tripartite escrow agreement; or certificate of deposit
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Joint Base McGuire – Dix - Lakehurst

87 Civil Engineer Squadron POC’s

87 th ces points of contact
87th CES Points of Contact
  • Major Karen Cosgrove (Commander) – 609-754-2642
  • Mr Chris Archer (Deputy Base Civil Engineer) – 609-754-2768
  • Ms Helene Talley (Secretary) – 609-754-3722
  • Ms Linda Chominski (Programs Chief) – 609-562-2228
  • Mr Steve Lyman (Engineering, McGuire/Dix) – 609-754-6181
  • Mr Michael Lawlor (Engineering, Lakehurst) – 732-323-4768
  • Mr Rich Sample (Asset Management) – 609-754-1536
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