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SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MILITARY ENGINEERS (SAME)

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  1. SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MILITARY ENGINEERS (SAME) Update for the 20 May 2010

  2. Jacksonville District Missions Customers Programs Sample projects Opportunities

  3. CIVIL WORKS REAL ESTATE AND MOBILIZATION REGULATORY DISTRICT OFFICES Puerto RicoU.S. Virgin Islands What We Are Responsible For Area of Responsibility • 17 Deep Draft/20 Shallow Draft Ports • 900 Miles of inland waterway & 9 locks • Largest shore protection program in the US • Largest Regulatory Program in the US • Largest Ecosystem Restoration in the US • 2nd Largest Levee Inventory in the US • 700 FUDS sites in Florida

  4. Key Regional Sponsors and Stakeholders • Local Water Management Districts • Puerto Rico • Port Authorities • Tribal Nations • Other Federal Agencies

  5. FY09/10 Programs Regulatory Ecosystem Restoration Navigation Shore Protection $170M-FY09 $309M-FY10 $90M-FY09 $120M-FY10 12,000 Actions - FY09 16,000 Actions -FY10 $10M-FY09 $50M-FY10 Interagency and Int’l Services Flood Damage Reduction Emergency Management $190M-FY09 $230M- FY10 $20M-FY09 $34M-FY10

  6. Shore Protection Beach Renourishment Environmental Restoration Water Treatment Facilities Levees & Waterways Channels & Canals What We Build • Water Control Structures • Pump Stations • Dams • Buildings and Structures • Ordnance Removal • Aquatic Plant Control

  7. ARRA FY09 & FY10

  8. DEFENSE ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION PROGRAM Formerly Used Defense Sites (FUDS) • $900M+ Environmental Liability, 236 approved projects, 563 eligible properties • $12M+/- annual funding toward 55 projects with actions underway

  9. Flood Damage Reduction • Portugues Dam – Total cost $375M • Population subject to flooding: 40,500 • Residential structures subject to flooding: 13,200 • Commercial & Public Structures: 5 million square feet • Range of damages prevented: $300 - $500 million • Urban area affected: 1,833 acres • Webcams show live construction • Rio Puerto Nuevo – Total cost $750M • Subject to flooding: over 7,500 families, numerous public facilities, and over 800 businesses • Most important infrastructure and port facilities of the San Juan Metropolitan area • Average flood damages estimated: $60 million (100-year flood event damages are estimated over $175 million) • Will provide 100-year level of protection to the largest metropolitan area in Puerto Rico Portugues Dam Artist Rendering Portugues Dam Construction 2008

  10. Shore Protection JACKSONVILLE DISTRICT • Largest Shore Protection Program in the Nation • Constructs/maintains over 30% of the nation’s shore protection projects • 17 Counties involved • ~125 miles of constructed beach nourishment in Florida • Sustainable and Innovative – Hot Topic • Partnership with sponsors and agencies • Protects property from flood damage • Beneficial for recreation, habitat, and economy • 8 renourishments scheduled for FY11 Fernandina Beach Delray Beach Captiva Island Hillsboro Inlet Miami Beach

  11. DREDGING PROGRAM Coastal & Navigation Where we’ve been: • 23 awards $116,000,000 • 11 awards $51,000,000 • 10 awards $48,000,000 • 9 awards $48,000,000 • 13 awards $72,000,000 Where we’re going: Scheduled: 2010 15 awards $127,000,000 Projected: 2011 >20 awards $170,000,000

  12. ORLANDO TAMPA Operational Changes ASR Surface Storage WEST PALM BEACH FT. MYERS Water Preserve Areas Surface Storage In-Ground Storage MIAMI Lake-Belt In-Ground Technology Wastewater Reuse Seepage Management KEY WEST Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan • Six pilot projects • 15 surface storage areas (~170,000 acres) • Three in-ground reservoirs (~11,000 acres) • 19 storm water treatment areas (~36,000 acres) • 330 aquifer storage and recovery wells • Two wastewater reuse plants • Removal of over 240 miles of canals, levees and structures • evergladesplan.org

  13. Modified Water Deliveries • Purpose: Environmental restoration, enhancement of Everglades National Park • Features: Conveyance and seepage control features, roadway removal, bridge, levees • Project Cost: $509 M • Status: Mulitple phases underway in planning, design and construction with partial construction complete WCA 3A L-67C WCA 3B BIG CYPRESS NATIONAL PRESERVE L-67A S-355A&B S-12A-D S-356 8.5 SMA SHARK RIVER SLOUGH S-332B HOMESTEAD S-332D S-332 FLORIDA CITY EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK S-177 Location Map S-18C C-111 CAPE SABLE S-197 C-111 GAPS

  14. Kissimmee River Restoration • Purpose:Env. Restoration • Features: Canal backfill/enlargement, levees, control structure expansion & removal • Project cost: $636M • Status: Ongoing ORLANDO CAPE CANAVERAL C-35 C-36 C-37 S-65 VERO BEACH S-65-A C-38 S-65B Removed Backfill S-65C Removed S-65-D LAKE ISTOKPOGA S-65-E Location Map LAKE OKEECHOBEE LAKE OKEECHOBEE

  15. Okeechobee SAND CUT N 5 Martin NUBBIN SLOUGH 8 OKEECHOBEE 7 KISSIMMEE RIVER INDIAN PRAIRIE CANAL 6 Glades ST. LUCIE CANAL FISHEATING CREEK PORT MAYACA LakeOkeechobee SAND CUT CANAL POINT MOOREHAVEN 4 1 PAHOKEE CALOOSAHATCHEE RIVER CLEWISTON BELLE GLADE Hendry LAKE HARBOR Location Map SOUTH BAY 2 Reach Boundary Town/City Palm Beach 3 Herbert Hoover Dike Rehab • Purpose: Multi-purpose, primary concern flood reduction • Features: Cutoff wall, seepage berms, relief wells, and structure Rehabilitation • Project cost: $1,831M • - FY 2009: $74M • - FY 2010: $122M • Status: Cutoff wall construction ongoing

  16. 5 8 Okeechobee 7 6 Port Mayaca Lake Okeechobee Moore Haven Canal Point 4 Pahokee 1 Belle Glade Clewiston 2 Lake Harbor 3 Herbert Hoover Dike Opportunities • Cut-off wall MATOC task orders award • Reach 1 - 3 task orders by summer 2010 • Reach 2&3 – 2 task orders fall 2011 • Landside construction along 22 miles of Reach 1 • Seepage berms, and relief wells • Award first contract in fall 2011 using multiple award task order contract(MATOC) • Earthwork (small business) • Structural (full and open competition)

  17. A-E Opportunities • Engineering Design • Surveying • Core Drilling • Mapping • Studies • Investigations • Modeling • Cost Engineering • Project Management Support

  18. Active A-E Contracts

  19. Small Business Contracts.…………….7 The Geosystems L.P. Team Javier E. Bidot & Associates, Inc EAC Consulting, Inc Civil Services, Inc Challenge Engineering & Testing, Inc Geo Cim, Inc Wolf Technologies, Inc Current A-E Contractors • Large Business Contracts……………..7 • US Cost, Inc • Arcadis U S, Inc • HDR Engineering • CDM Federal Programs Corp • Taylor Engineering, Inc • Everglades Partners Joint Venture (EPJV) • HNTB

  20. AE Task Order History

  21. Forecast A-E Contracts To Be Solicited: Solicited but not yet awarded:

  22. IDIQ Awards Forecast for FY 2010/2011

  23. Sample of Major Construction Award Forecast for FY 2010/2011

  24. For More Information • A-E Contracts • Mark Nelson, P.E……………..904-232-2253 mark.h.nelson@usace.army.mil • Small Business Opportunities • Beth Myers ……………………904-232-1150 elizabeth.r.myers@usace.army.mil • Nancy Krause…………………904-232-2798nancy.j.krause@usace.army.mil Website: www.saj.usace.army.mil