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Fort Worth District Military Construction Program Update Society of American Military Engineers Missouri River Regional Conference 5 October 2006. LTC John Dvoracek Deputy Commander 817-886-1515 John.C.Dvoracek@swf02.usace.army.mil. Agenda. Overview Fort Bliss Program

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Fort Worth District

Military Construction Program Update

Society of American Military Engineers

Missouri River Regional Conference

5 October 2006

LTC John Dvoracek

Deputy Commander

817-886-1515

John.C.Dvoracek@swf02.usace.army.mil

agenda
Agenda
  • Overview
  • Fort Bliss Program
  • San Antonio Program
  • Questions
the perfect storm
The Perfect Storm
  • Simultaneous, multiple reorganization and restationing requirements identified for Fort Bliss and the San Antonio area
  • Aggressive, compressed timelines for completion of construction and relocation requirements
  • Constrained funding environment versus escalating material and labor costs
  • Implementing tenants of Military Construction (MILCON) Transformation
  • Robust local economy in El Paso and San Antonio
east biggs and biggs aaf area development plan
East Biggs and Biggs AAF Area Development Plan

55 Projects

250 Buildings

2,500 Acres

20,000 Soldiers

8,000,000 SF

$2,300,000,000

land development approach
Land Development Approach
  • Acquire services of an experienced land development engineering firm
  • This firm is a significant part of the program delivery team
  • The firm will be responsible for all aspects of site development, site design and the integration of all utilities and facilities
  • This firm will also provide manpower to assist with the project management and construction oversight duties
  • Site and infrastructure construction work will be accomplished by Infrastructure Multiple Award Task Order Contracts (MATOCs).
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Product Line Approach

Regional Product Line Support

  • Facilities are provided through Design-Build IDIQ Contracts set up for each type of facility (Product-Lines).
  • Standards & Criteria for each product-line is provided by USACE Centers of Standardization (CoS)
  • Support Districts are assigned to each product line and provide “Cradle to Grave” support for their product-line single award task order contracts (SATOCs)
  • On-site Resident Offices will administer all site and product-line task orders execution

Infrastructure

Centers of

Standardization

Ft Worth District

Barracks

Dining Facilities

Little Rock District

Sacramento District

BN/BDE HQs Buildings

Company Operations Facs

Albuquerque District

Maintenance Facilities

Tulsa District

Unit Storage Facilities

Sacramento District

Galveston District

Ammunition Storage Facs

Parking Facilities

Galveston District

Aircraft Hangers

Little Rock District

Training Ranges

Ft Worth District

awarded designs
Awarded Designs

Brigade/Battalion Headquarters

Barracks

Company Operation Facility

Dining Facility

Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facility

situation
Situation
  • BRAC 05 legislation:
    • Consolidate in-patient care in San Antonio
    • Relocate R&D and administrative missions from Brooks City Base
    • Relocate IMA and field agencies to Fort Sam Houston
    • Completion date – September 2011
  • Air Force revitalizing basic training campus on Lackland AFB
acquisition challenges
Acquisition Challenges
  • Many unique facilities drives multiple approaches – stand alone contracts, MATOCs, IDIQ contracts
  • Opportunities for local companies as primes and subs – small, medium and large . . .
  • Option to use regional product line contracts for standard type facilities – candidates possibly include dorms, dining facilities, youth centers, etc.
  • Over $125M identified for Small Business opportunities (one-third of the projects)
  • Small Business goals in subcontractor plans
execution and acquisition strategies
Execution and Acquisition Strategies
  • EXECUTION
    • Establish Medical Program Office (USACE) to focus all efforts in the San Antonio Area
    • Maintain San Antonio Area Office (USACE) focus on non-BRAC projects at Fort Sam Houston / Randolph AFB / Lackland AFB / Laughlin AFB
    • Proposal to share workload with AFCEE
    • Air Force Program Integration contract
  • ACQUISITION
    • Traditional – DB, DBB, MATOC, SATOC, IDIQ
    • Regional Product Lines for standard type facilities
    • MILCON Transformation
    • Design-Build, transition to Adapt-Build
    • Centers of Standardization
    • New Strategies
      • Design-Build Early Start (DBES)
      • Hybrid Design-Build (HDB)
      • Integrated Design-Bid-Build (IDBB)
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METC Med Instr Fac x2

BAMC – Admin/Clinic

Tower

Tri-Services

Research Lab

METC Dining

Facility

METC Med Instr Fac x2

BAMC - Park

Garage 2

Battlefield Health &

Trauma Lab

BAMC – Emerg

Dept Tower

UPH Bks

Phys Eval Board

BAMC Add/Alt

and CEP

METC Dining

Facility

BAMC - Park Garage 1

METC Dorms x3

Youth Center

Budge Dental Clinic

McWethy Troop Clinic

FSH Primary Health Clinic

Bldg 2000/2001

Add/Alt

Fitness Center

Ren Bldg 2263,

2264, 2265,

MWR Academy

Bldg 600 Area

Tactical Equip Shops x2

san antonio construction workload
San Antonio Construction Workload
  • $2.73B
  • Normal San Antonio area MILCON workload ~ $65-100M/yr
san antonio facility types
San Antonio Facility Types
  • Hospitals
  • Clinics
  • Labs/Research & Development Facilities
  • Dormitories
  • Admin/Offices
  • Class Rooms
  • Maintenance Facilities
  • Dining Facilities
  • Miscellaneous Vertical
  • Miscellaneous Horizontal
san antonio projects by size fy06 fy11
San Antonio Projects by SizeFY06-FY11
  • List in order – highest to lowest, even in sub-groups
  • Not listed:
    • Projects programmed for PY12-13
    • Projects with no assigned project year
    • Projects to be funded with O&M, SRM, Environmental funds
    • Projects associated with Lackland Airman training campus rejuvenation
  • Situation very fluid . . . project years, project amounts, project siting, design/construction agent
san antonio projects by size fy06 fy1124
San Antonio Projects by SizeFY06-FY11
  • $250M-$500M
    • San Antonio Military Medical Center – North PY08-10 IDBB
  • $100M-$250M
    • Battlefield Health & Trauma Lab PY07-08 IDBB
    • Medical Instructional Facilities (4 Bldgs) PY08-10 DB
    • Replace BMT Facilities #2 (Lackland) PY11 DB`
  • $75M-$100M
    • Directed Energy Research Facility PY08 DBB
    • Replace BMT Facilities #1 (Lackland) PY10 DB
    • METC Student Dormitory #1 PY08-09 DBES
    • METC Student Dormitory #2 PY08-09 DB
    • METC Student Dormitory #3 PY09-10 DB
san antonio projects by size fy06 fy1125
San Antonio Projects by SizeFY06-FY11
  • $25M-$50M
    • Armed Forces Reserve Center (Bullis) PY07 DB**
    • Trainee Barracks PY10 DB
    • Primary Health Clinic PY08 DB
    • San Antonio Military Medical Center – South PY10 DB
    • METC Dining Facilities (2 @ 2400 PN ea) PY08 DB
    • AFCEE/AFRCE Admin Center PY08 DB
    • Central Preparation Kitchen (Lackland) PY09 DB
    • Construct BEAST (Lackland) PY08 DB**
    • BMT Satellite Classrooms/Dining Facility PY09 DB
san antonio projects by size fy06 fy1126
San Antonio Projects by SizeFY06-FY11
  • $10M-$25M
    • Field Medical Training Facilities (Bullis) PY09 DB
    • Information Systems Facility PY11 DB
    • Construct General Instructional Building PY10 DB
    • Intelligence Operations Facility PY07 DB
    • Medical Admin Center PY07 DB**
    • METC Fitness Center PY10 DB
    • Renovate Buildings 2264/2265/2266 PY10 DB
    • Replace Telecom Switch (Lackland) PY07 DB
    • Security Forces Operations Facility (Lackland) PY10 DB
    • Network Operations Building (Randolph) PY11 DB
    • CPO Admin Center (Randolph) PY08 DB
san antonio projects by size fy06 fy1127
San Antonio Projects by SizeFY06-FY11
  • $5M-$10M
    • DoD Food Analysis & DX Lab PY10 DB
    • Combat Training Flight PY11 DB
    • Enlisted Unaccompanied Housing PY10 DB
    • AT/FP Fencing and Walls PY11 DB
    • Dunn Dental Clinic Restoration (Lackland) PY06 DB
    • Fire Station (Randolph) PY09 DB
    • Health Clinic (Bullis) PY08 DB
    • Approach Lights & Taxiway (Randolph) PY10 DB
    • Vehicle Maintenance Shop PY10 DB
    • MWR Academy PY10 DB
    • Nutrition Care Training Facility (Bullis) PY11 DB
    • Youth Center PY07 DB
san antonio projects by size fy06 fy1128
San Antonio Projects by SizeFY06-FY11
  • $1M-$5M
    • Fire Station PY10 DB
    • Renovate Building 2263 PY10 DB
    • Consolidate Cryptologic Maint Fac (Lackland) PY10 DB
    • BCTC Upgrade PY08 DB
    • MOUT Training Facility (Bullis) PY08 DB
    • Add/Alter Bldg 738 for IFF SIMS (Randolph) PY07 DB
    • Physical Evaluation Board PY07 DB
    • Budge Dental Clinic PY07 DB
    • Air Force Audit Agency Relocation (Randolph) PY09 DB
    • AMEDD C&S Photovoltaic System PY07 DB
    • Command and Control Facility (Randolph) PY11 DB
    • Add/Alter McWethy Clinic PY07 DB
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QUESTIONS?

LTC John C. Dvoracek

Deputy Commander

Fort Worth Engineer District

Tel: 817-886-1515

E-mail: john.c.dvoracek@swf02.usace.army.mil