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United States Army Corps of Engineers. Association of the United States Army: Annual Meeting 2005. Role of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Army Basing. LTG Carl A. Strock Chief of Engineers and Commanding General, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. HQ.

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United States Army

Corps of Engineers

Association of the United States Army: Annual Meeting 2005

Role of the U.S. Army

Corps of Engineers

in Army Basing

LTG Carl A. Strock

Chief of Engineers and Commanding General, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

HQ

Engineer Commands

Military Programs

$15.4 B

Civil Works

$6.1 B

  • 24,000 Personnel
  • Navigation
  • Hydropower
  • Flood Control
  • Shore Protection
  • Water Supply
  • Regulatory
  • Recreation
  • 10,000 Personnel
  • Military Construction
  • Contingency Ops
  • Installation Support
  • International / Inter-
  • agency Support

9 Divisions

  • Homeland Security
  • Environmental
  • Real Estate

45 Districts

45 Districts

Contractors execute

65% of architect-engineer services

& 100% of construction

Engineer Research and Development Center

- Seven Diverse Research Laboratories

- $700 M Annual Research Program

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Yakima Training

Center

Fort Lewis

Vancouver Barracks (USAR)

Umatilla Chem Depot

Dugway Proving Ground

Deseret Chem Depot

Sierra Army Depot

Fort Carson

Tooele AD

Camp Parks (USAR)

Pueblo Depot

Hawthorne AD

Iowa AAP

Riverbank AAP

Presidio of Monterey

Fort Hunter Liggett (USAR)

Lake City

AAP

Fort Riley

Fort

Leavenworth

Fort Irwin

Fort Leonard Wood

Fort Sill

McAlester AAP

White Sands Missile Testing Center

Yuma Proving Ground

Pine Bluff

Ars

Kansas AAP

Red River AD

Fort Hauchuca

Lone Star AAP

Louisiana

AAP

Fort Bliss

Fort Polk

Fort Hood

Fort

Sam Houston

Camp Stanley Storage Actv

Corpus Christi AD

USACE Alignment With Installations

Northeast

Northwest

USA Cold Reg Lab

Fort Drum

Natick R & D Ctr

Fort Devens RFTA (USAR)

USAG Selfridge

Watervliet Ars

Fort McCoy (USAR)

NWD*/LRD

Tobyhanna Army Depot

Ft. Hamilton

West Point

Detroit Ars

NAD*

Picatinny Arsenal

Charles E. Kelly Spt Fac (USAR)

Carlisle

Barracks

Rock Island Arsenal

Fort Monmouth

Letterkenny

AD

Aberdeen Proving Ground

Fort Dix (USAR)

Lima Army

Tank Plt

Ft Detrick

Ft. AP Hill

Fort Eustis

Adelphi Lab Ctr

Fort Monroe

Fort Lee

Fort Story

Radford AAP

Walter Reed

Blue Grass AD

Ft. Meade

Fort McNair

Fort Myer

Fort Knox

Southwest

Fort Belvoir

Holston AAP

Fort Bragg

Fort Campbell

SAD*/LRD

MOT Sunny Point

Milan AAP

Fort Jackson

Redstone Arsenal

Director Locations

NE: Ft Monroe

SE: Ft McPherson

NW: Rock Island Ars

SW: Ft Sam Houston

Europe: Heidelberg

Pacific: Ft Shafter

Korea: Yongsan

Fort Gordon

Anniston AD

Fort McPherson

Fort Benning

Ft. Gillem

Hunter Army Airfield

Fort Rucker

SWD*/SPD

Pacific

Fort Stewart

Fort Wainwright

Ft. Greely

Mississippi AAP

Southeast

POD*

Fort Richardson

Ft Buchanan, PR

Tokyo/Yokohama

Akizuki/Kure

Zama/Sagamihara

Okinawa

* = Lead USACE Division

7 LNOs at Regions

23 PM-Fs at Key Installations

EuropeNAD

Korea POD*

Fort Shafter

Schofield Barracks

Kwajalein

the execution challenge

$30-40B of Facilities for Restationing of 142,000

soldiers

The Execution Challenge

Multiple ‘Peaking’ Programs

w/Critical Facilities Needs

BRAC 05

IGPBS

IGPBS

MILITARY WORKLOAD

Temp

Bldgs

Army Modular

Forces

Army Modular Forces

Temp

Bldgs

GWOT Spt

da guidance
DA Guidance

Develop a strategy and implementation plan to support the major permanent restationing initiatives that the Army will execute. Overall objective is to provide the ability to establish, reuse/re-purpose facilities with minimum lead-time, leverage private industry standards and practices, and to reduce acquisition/lifecycle costs … Nov 2004

why milcon transformation
Why MILCON Transformation?
  • Current standards/processes do not support the Army’s requirement of getting quality facilities in the timeframe needed
  • Status-quo will most likely result in a program-wide funding shortfall
milcon strategy goals
MILCON Strategy Goals
  • Deliver quality facilities in less time and at lower costs
  • Provide permanent MILCON solutions to eliminate requirement and use of temporary facilities
  • Construct adaptable facilities for the long term
  • Achieve lower O&M costs thru sustainable facilities
  • Streamline acquisition strategy
milcon transformation
MILCON Transformation
  • Execute MILCON as a program, not individual projects
  • Support Master Planning
  • Adapt new criteria and processes
  • Standardize Facilities’ Criteria
  • Partnering

“Faster, Better, Cheaper, and Greener solutions”

execute milcon as a program
Execute MILCON as a Program
  • Program entire Brigade Combat Team (BCT) requirements as one project
  • Gain economy of scale thru consolidating requirements installation-wide and/or regionally
support master planning
Support Master Planning
  • Teamed with IMA to increase master planning competency within the Army
  • Supplemented in-house master planning capability with A-E support
  • Created military construction project templates (DD1391) for light, heavy and aviation BCT configurations
  • Teamed with ACSIM/IMA for Planning Charrettes and in development of quality DD1391s

“Success requires quality planning and programming”

criteria and processes
Criteria and Processes
  • Standardize functional and technical criteria for facilities
    • Incorporate reuse and repurposing capabilities throughout the facility life cycle
    • Achieve consistency
    • Streamline acquisition time
    • Focus on end result; not “how to”
  • Adopt industry best practices and proven solutions to get facilities on the ground faster
    • Pre-engineered alternatives
    • Fast-track design/build
partnering
Partnering
  • Internal (Army)
    • Synchronize execution with Army needs
    • Develop consistent DD 1391s
    • Address real estate actions
    • Complete NEPA in a timely manner
    • Ensure sufficient master planning competency
  • External
    • Team with Private Sector
    • Adopt industry best practices
    • Develop trust thru long-term relationships
milcon transformation implementation plan
MILCON Transformation Implementation Plan

Execute FY06 BRAC construction using

  • Fast-track design/ build approach
  • Standardized Request for Proposal packages using performance based criteria
  • Pre-manufactured/engineered solutions
  • Established regional construction contracts
  • Established “GSA –like” preferred provider schedules
  • “Adapt – build” for Army BRAC and MILCON construction