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Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) 28 April 2011 Lance K. Toyofuku Director of Public Works U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Irwin, CA. Agenda. Fort Irwin Universe Fort Irwin Energy Campaign Challenges Achievements Environmental Campaign Plan Pubic Works Resources

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Society of American Military Engineers (SAME)

28 April 2011

Lance K. Toyofuku

Director of Public Works

U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Irwin, CA

agenda
Agenda
  • Fort Irwin Universe
  • Fort Irwin Energy Campaign
    • Challenges
    • Achievements
  • Environmental Campaign Plan
  • Pubic Works Resources
    • Sustainment, Restoration & Modernization (SRM)
    • Military Construction (MCA)
  • Contracting
  • Way Ahead
fort irwin universe
Fort Irwin Universe

Buildings: 1600= 4,523,929.7 SF

Permanent – 1318 Bldgs

Semi-Permanent – 107 Bldgs

Temporary – 175 Bldgs

Barstow Outreach Center – 1 Bldg

Daggett Heliport – 2 Bldgs

Land Acreage: 636,398 Acres (994 sq mi)

Cantonment – 5,474 Acres

Land Expansion: 127,290 Acres

Roads (Paved & Unpaved): 525.3 Miles

Paved – 257.6 Miles MSR Trails – 171 Miles

Unpaved – 47 Miles

Tank Trails – 49.7 Miles

Serving & Supporting

47 Tenant Units

4,910 Rotational Soldiers

4,709 Assigned Military

(living on installation – 3,380)

7,461 Family Members

(living on installation – 5,147)

5,646 Civilian Workforce

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Daily Population – 22,726*

Family Housing Units, 2,383

Built since 2004 - 556

Under Construction - 54

Paved Area (Excluding Roads)

Parking = 1,073,358 yd2

Sidewalks = 362,000 yd2

Barracks Inventory (spaces): 1,430

Barracks – 1,203

BOQ – 121 (100 series and Old Tiefort)

Town Center Terrace – 106

Utilities: 140 Miles

Water (Domestic) – 66 Miles

Water (RO) – 42 Miles

Water (Sewer) – 32 Miles

Environmental Clean-up

Restoration (IRP) – 4 Active

Munitions (MMRP) – 8 Active

Compliance Clean-up (CC) – 5 Active

Airfields

Bicycle Lake

Southern CA Logistics Airbase (SCLA) (Leased)

Daggett Heliport (Leased)

School System (SVUSD)

Pre-School - 235, Lewis Elementary (K-2) 609

Tiefort View Intermediate (3-5) 453

Fort Irwin Middle School (6-9) 342

Off Post SVHS (10-12) 251

Railroads

MCLB – YERMO Railhead

* Based on May 2008 ASIP Lock

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Fort Irwin

Energy Campaign Plan

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Demand

2003 Baseline: 100 WH/yr

2007 Usage: 115 MWH/yr

Peak demand: 25 MW

Avg demand: 15 M

2010 : 140 MWH/yr

Peak demand: 28 MW

Avg demand: 18 MW

Irwin Energy Profile

  • Fort Irwin is not meeting mandated energy reduction goals
  • Fort Irwin currently has 106 high-energy use trailer buildings for admin space (400,000+ sq ft)
  • Fort Irwin lacks metering capability to audit energy consumption (currently 95% of the facilities & buildings are NOT metered) for effective energy management
  • Fort Irwin’s on-site landfill operations costs $1.48 million; in FY12 will require $4.5 million to expand
  • Audit and EMCS
what we have done
What we have done…
  • ENERGY CONSERVATION:
  • Net Zero Energy Ammunition Building ($720 K)
  • Replacing Solar Exterior Lighting – installing 132 exterior solar lights for streets, ASP perimeter lights, jogging path lights and parking areas
  • CID, OPS GRP HQ, DFAC BLDGS: 39kW solar roof panels installed
  • SCE participating load pilot study for $325,500 credit
  • Participated in SCE Demand Bidding Program which in 2009 led to a billing credit of $52,000 & avoided electricity cost of $1.7 million
  • Current intra-post use of electric vehicles (GEM) w/PV powered charging stations in FY12
  • Lutron lighting in 7 buildings w/30% energy savings in each
  • Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL, COE):
    • 100 kW solid oxide fuel cell at DOL
    • Gas (LPG) engine driven air conditioning (GEDAC)
  • Combined geothermal, wind & solar energy in dome COB, net-zero facility in
  • remote site ($300/month savings by being off the grid)
  • Replaced 668 street lights w/LED lights ($15,000/yr savings)
  • 916th Support Brigade
  • Converted shading areas & tents into foam-coated structures in RUBA area for cost avoidance of $8,470,868 annually. By reducing generators for AC, there was positive impact on air quality
  • Foam-coated tents DOWN RANGE for a cost-avoidance of $12,236,225
  • WATER CONSERVATION:
  • Wastewater Treatment Plant: New tertiary plant will recycle wastewater (9 million gallons+ in Aug 2010) for irrigation throughout the cantonment area; Phase I of III operational FY10 3rd qtr, project complete FY13
  • Grass Reduction: 5,000 sq ft in 2010
  • RECYCLING:
  • Since the inception of the FI Recycling Program in FY05, we have saved over $5.4 M in landfill costs and provided $1.9 M back to the community in MWR programs
  • Current recycling rate is 25%
environmental campaign plan
Environmental Campaign Plan
  • HAZARDOUS WASTE (HW)
  • Background: FY08
    • Regulated toxic and non toxic wastes: 2.0M lbs
    • Turn-in volume accepted: 1.8M lbs (80% P2 rate)
  • Long Term Goals: Increase P2 Rate to 90% by Dec 09

Pollution Prevention Plan

  • Reduce solid waste from 2500 tons/yr to 200 tons/yr
  • Increase recycling to 10,000 tons/yr by expanding baling facility
  • Use best available technology to convert trash/waste to energy
        • Air Quality
  • Background: FY07
    • Nitric oxide (NOx) emissions limited to 25 tons/yr, currently 22 tons/yr
    • PM10 (dust), 146 tons/yr
    • Carbon Dioxide: 5.2M lbs/rotation
  • Compliance Goals to Improve air quality
    • Replace 70% generators with solar power systems in the box reducing NOx by 70%
    • Install emission controls on boilers
    • Increase dust suppressants on tank trails; reduce PM10 by 80%
    • FOB Standardization program will reduce CO2 emissions by 3.5M lbs/ rotation (60% reduction)
    • Eliminate NOx emissions
    • Eliminate CO2 emissions
  • Reduce water use
    • Remove or replace non-mission essential green space
    • Extend T2 water irrigation pipes to all major green areas (200M gal/yr)
    • Construct construction fill stands using T2 water
    • Investigate engineering solutions, i.e. cisterns, and alternate sources of water, i.e. springs, gray water, etc. (included in Landscape Master Plan.
public works program
Public Works Program

Repair of Building 264

Augmentee Barracks at Fort Irwin

Repair Infant Playground Area

Building 98

srm program
SRM Program
  • One-Stop In & Out Processing Center Construction

2010 USAG Headquarters Renovation Construction

  • Construction Aerobic Center In Design

2011 G3 Aviation Operations Facility In Design

  • Construct Community Pavilion In Design

2011 Construct Playground Areas In Design

  • NTC Head Quarters HVAC Renovation In Design

2011 NEC Headquarters HVAC Building 985 In Design

2011 Renovate Building 254 In Design

military construction army mca program
Military Construction Army (MCA) Program

2010 MOUT, Phase IV Under Construction

2011 No Projects

2012 Qualification Training Range Under Design

Infantry Squad Battle Course Under Design

2013 Fitness Facility/Pool Addition Designed

Replacement Hospital Under Design

Water Treatment Plant Design Charette

2014 No Projects

2015 Urban Assault Course Concept Phase

2016 Hand Grenade Familiarization Range Concept Phase

Soldier & Family Support Center Campus PH-I Concept Phase

2017 NTC Headquarters Concept Phase

Company Operations Facility Concept Phase

Soldier & Family Support Center Campus PH-II Concept Phase

contracting
Contracting
  • Contracting Vehicles: DPW does not award contracts rather use following agencies to award and execute project
    • Army Contracting Agency, Fort Irwin Contracting Office
    • US Army Corps of Engineers
    • South West Navy
    • General Services Administration; Require Offloading approval from Fort Irwin Contracting Office.
  • DPW Function:
    • Prepare project scope, design , Estimate and Contract Award Package
    • Service Contracts require Service Contract Approval from HQ (IMCOM)
    • Monitor QA/QC, Schedule, Liaison with Fort Irwin Customer
  • Words of Wisdom for A-E Firms and Contractors:
    • Register with the above agencies to get business at Fort Irwin
    • If you are 8-A or small business, work with these agencies and SBA
way ahead
Way Ahead
  • Hire/obtain additional personnel:
    • Designers (contractors)
    • Quality Assurance (contractors/DA civilians)
    • Environmentalists (DA civilians)
    • Engineer Technicians (DA civilians)
    • Project Engineers (DA civilians)
  • Increase funding
  • Finalize master planning update
  • Seek private venture support to finance projects through various means: Energy Savings Performance Contracts, Utilities Energy Service Contract, Enhanced Use Lease, Power Purchase Agreements, etc.
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INSTALLATION MANAGEMENT COMMAND

“Sustain, Support and Defend”

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