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Kansas City District. S.A.M.E Missouri River/TEXOMA Regional 3-5 October 2006 Colonel Mike Rossi, Commander 3 October 2006. Kansas City District Missions. Kansas and Missouri River Watersheds… Northern Kansas, and portions of Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, and Colorado … 850 people

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Kansas City District

S.A.M.EMissouri River/TEXOMA Regional3-5 October 2006Colonel Mike Rossi, Commander 3 October 2006

Kansas City District Missions

Kansas and Missouri River Watersheds… Northern Kansas, and portions of Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, and Colorado … 850 people

Civil works – 11 projects under Construction, 19 Projects operated and maintained

Military Construction – 5 Army and 2 Air Force installations

Environmental Restoration (HTRW) – HTRW Cleanup in 6 States

Full Service District supporting Corps Missions – War fighting, Homeland Security, Infrastructure, Environmental, & Water Resources

kansas city district aor installations







Kansas City DistrictAOR & Installations
Challenges & Needs
  • Expanded workloads
    • MILCON Transformation/Modularity/BRAC
    • Change in business process - move to Centers of Standardization
    • Environmental restoration of the Missouri River
    • Civil Works infrastructure maintenance/improvements
  • Teaming and partnerships
    • Array of Capable Contractors/Subs to Primes
    • Experienced 8a A/E firms
    • Veteran-owned, service-disabled veteran-owned
    • Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUB Zone)
    • Prepare small businesses to meet the challenge
Program Activities & Trends
  • MILCON Transformation Program
    • Increasing from a $260M FY06 to a $500M FY07-11 program
    • Less in-house Design w/ Centers of Standardization (COS)
    • Fewer Design/Bid/Build Opportunities, more Design/Build (through COS)
    • Increase in Site Adaptation work
    • Regional MILCON Acquisition Strategy (>$2B capacity)
    • Use of [email protected] for specified Projects
  • Civil Works Program
    • Emphasis on Missouri River Restoration ($3.1B over 30 years)
    • Increase in Dam Safety Workload (Tuttle Creek Dam $230M)
    • Continued Flood Damage Reduction Workload (12 FDR projects)
  • Environmental (HTRW) Program
    • Stable workload, mostly in support of EPA Region 2
    • Increased emphasis in Performance Based Contracting
    • Regional Environmental Acquisition Strategy (>$1B capacity)
the milcon need
The MILCON “Need”

Projected Need FY06-11 = $41.8B

Actual Funding levels may vary

milcon transformation implementation
MILCON TransformationImplementation
  • FY2006/2007:
    • Use MT Model RFP (for mission and support facilities)
      • Utilize industry standards
      • Performance specifications
      • Type I - V construction
      • Utilize fast tracking
    • Standard Plans developed & refined in FY06-07
    • Gather best practices from design-build experience
  • FY08
    • Transition from design-build to adapt-build
    • Use standard designs developed in 06/07
    • Will still use design-build and other strategies on unique facilities
approach of model rfp
Approach of Model RFP
  • Consistent RFPs
    • Mandatory use of MT Model RFP
    • Two-step proposal process
    • Best-Value Selection Process
  • Consistent engineering & construction processes
    • Standardization in the evaluation/selection criteria
    • Streamlined review and submittal process
  • Expand the use of all types of construction
    • Type I thru Type V construction
    • Pre-engineered, modular and tilt-up
  • Maximize use of Industry Standards
    • International Building Code
    • Focus on end result; not “how to”
regional nwd milcon strategy
Regional NWD MILCON Strategy
  • Finalizing Acquisition Strategy FY07 - 09
  • Began issuing Solicitations late 3rd Qtr ’06
  • Projected Pools for NWK access:
    • Division Wide Unrestricted Pool:
      • Capacity > $2B
      • Select 3 to 5 Contractors
      • Task Orders from $20M to $100M
    • District Small Business Pools:
      • Small Disadvantaged Business Pool
      • HUB Zone Pool
      • Each Pool: up to 4 Contractors & Capacity over $100M
    • Ft Riley Barracks ID/IQ, $150M
    • Ft Riley Combat Aviation Brigade ID/IQ, $150M
military construction opportunities fy07 08
Military Construction Opportunities FY07-08
  • Identified Projects
  • 7 Projects
  • 13 Projects
  • 4 Projects
  • 6 Projects
  • 2 Projects


Fort Leonard Wood

Fort Riley

Fort Leavenworth

Whiteman AFB

McConnell AFB


Over $80M

Over $550M

Over $180M

Over $120M

Over $15M

civil works program opportunities fy07
Civil Works ProgramOpportunities FY07

Advertise Date

Nov 06

Nov 06

Nov 06

Nov 06

Nov 06

Nov 06

Jun 07

PA Range




$500K -1M





MO River Enhancement

KC Riverfront

Blue River Basin

River Structures Impr.

Blue River Channel

Rush Creek Section 14

Chariton River Watershed



Wetlands Construction

Channel Construction

O&M Floating Plant

Grade Control Structure

Stream Bank Construction


htrw program opportunities fy06 08
HTRW ProgramOpportunities FY06-08

Advertise Date

Proposals due 2 Oct

4th Qrt/06





PA Range







> $500M




Long Term Response

Action (LTRA)

Radioactive Waste Disposal

Analytical Services


Radioactive Waste Disposal


1 – SB; 1 – 8(a); 1 - SDVOSB

F&O Design/Constr. IDIQ

SB Design/Constr. IDIQ


F&O/Sole source for Rad Waste Disposal

8a Analytical Contract IDIQ

SB Design/Constr. IDIQ

F&O Rad Waste Disposal

How SBs can meet District Needs
  • Know the District and its customer’s needs
  • Provide continued improvement
  • Understand the Corps expectations
  • Seek opportunities to team, partner, or be the sub to existing or new primes
  • Seek opportunities compete or team on new contacts (become part of the array of contractors)
kansas city district points of contact
Kansas City DistrictPoints of Contact

COL Mike Rossi

District Engineer


Arthur Saulsberry

Deputy for Small Business


Vincent Marsh

Chief of Contracting


Steve Iverson

Deputy for Project Management