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Naval Facilities Engineering Command Mid-Atlantic Workload Projections. CAPT John Heckmann, CEC, USN Executive Officer, NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic. 1. Worldwide Facilities Engineering Expertise. Supported Command Demand Signal. Unprecedented Workload Increase. FY10 $15.9B.

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    1. Naval Facilities Engineering Command Mid-Atlantic Workload Projections CAPT John Heckmann, CEC, USN Executive Officer, NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic 1

    2. Worldwide Facilities Engineering Expertise

    3. Supported Command Demand Signal Unprecedented Workload Increase FY10 $15.9B Nov 06 Projected Workload MILCON (DOD) Programs Since 2004 - ARRA - OCO - GoJ Guam - USMC Guam - USMC GTF - IVAN/ KATRINA MPN/RPN FY08 $13.8B ARRA KATRINA MC GUAM GOJ GUAM MC GTF ERN BRAC OCO MILCON (MC) IVAN $ BILLIONS MILCON (NAVY) NAVY OTH DOD OTH NWCF BOS/SRM FY 3

    4. MIDLANT Business Volume • Capital Improvements • Work-In-Place (WIP) $1.050B $ 1.279B $1.608B • Design-In-Place (DIP) $1.612B $1.558B $1.341B • Public Works • Facilities-In-Place (FIP) $175.2M $182.4M $180.2M • Facilities Sustainment $104.1M $122.1M $124.4M • Utilities $354.4M $371.9M $378.9M • BSVE $ 92.7M $ 97.0M $ 99.6M • Environmental • Environmental Services (In-House) $ 12.3M $ 10.2M $ 10.1M • Compliance (Salary $s excluded) $ 5.1M $ 5.4M $ 5.9M • ERN $ 59.2M $ 56.6M $ 57.7M • BRAC $ 12.1M $ 16.2M $ 13.0M • Asset Management • Real Estate-In-Place (RIP) $ 13.5M $ 15.0M $ 15.5M Workload -- OperationsFY09FY10 FY11

    5. NAVFAC MIDLANT Area Of Responsibility NORTHEAST IPT Staff 1,196 Business (FY10) $494M MCRCs – 48 Locations NOSCs – 40 Locations NSU Saratoga Springs, NY HAMPTON ROADS IPT Staff 1,646 Business (FY10) $1,074M NSY Portsmouth Kittery, ME PWD Maine PWD Newport JRB Willow Grove, PA NS Newport, RI NSA Mechanicsburg, PA SUBASE New London, CT PWD New London NSA Philly PNBC Annex (Navy Yard) NWS Earle, NJ PWD Earle NAES Lakehurst, NJ PWD PA Wallops Island Sugar Grove, WV PWD Norfolk Norfolk Naval Base, VA NORTH CAROLINA IPT Staff 178 Business (FY10) $1,529M Cheatham Annex PWD NSA NSA Norfolk, VA NWS Yorktown, VA Fort Story NAB Little Creek, VA PWD Yorktown PWD Little Creek NAS Oceana, VA PWD Oceana Dam Neck Annex PWD Portsmouth NNSY Portsmouth , VA Camp Lejeune, NC ROICC Cherry Point MCAS Cherry Point, NC OICC Camp Lejeune

    6. NAVFAC Execution Goals • Drive toward Sustainable Infrastructure & Renewable Energy! • Push beyond LEED Silver • Implement Low Impact Development (LID) • Early Contract Involvement (USACE call it “Integrated Design-Bid-Build”) • Determining pilot project for HR • Benefits of DB and DBB for technically complex projects • Zero safety mishaps • Proactive involvement • Accountability • Turnkey approach with FFE • Meet DOD Small Business Goals and Push 75% of Requirements to Design-Build

    7. MIDLANT Public Works Energy Program • Navy Energy Saving Contracting Opportunities: • Energy Conservation Investment Program (ECIP) • Part of MILCON program, projects btwn $300K - $4M • Must be renewable (solar, wind, etc) • Financed Energy Projects (Projects must pay for themselves from savings) • Energy Saving Performance Contracts (ESPC) • Contracts with Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) • Guaranteed savings, usually include O&M throughout repayment term • Utility Energy Savings Contracts (UESC) • Utility sponsored programs • Quicker to implement than ESPC, typically smaller in scope • Navy energy website: https://energy.navy.mil • POC: Arnold Agustin, (757) 341-1205

    8. FY12/13 Energy Special Project Program • Program Amounts • $295M planned for FY12 • $312M planned for FY13 • Scope considerations • Financial benefits (Include current work around costs, current repair costs and future replacement costs) • Energy savings $/MBTU • Include new retro and/or re-commissioning projects • Incorporate energy audit projects into program submission • Include roof and HVAC replacements • Focus on building envelope projects • Criteria weighting • financial benefits (39%); • shore consumption reduction (9%); • reliable energy for critical infrastructure (26%); • regulatory compliance/stakeholder expectations (13%); and • development of enabling infrastructure (13%)

    9. USMC Guidance on Roof/Solar • Projects with complete roof replacements will incorporate roof-top solar thermal and/or photovoltaic systems • Reflective roof products shall be used in combination unless cost prohibitive or not technically feasible • Vegetative roofing systems considered on a case-by-case basis • Ground mounted PV systems considered with limited roof area and/or improper orientation

    10. Water Demand 227.2 MGY 0.63 MGD GHG Emissions 65,649 MTCo2eq/Yr (Non-mobile) Power Demand 127G Whr/Yr 28.77KWhr/SF Sustainable Systems Integration ModelExample: JEB LC-FS Mandated Reductions 22,320 MTCo2eq/Yr 4,500 cars off the road 34% 26% 30% 59 MGY Nearly 1/3rd Olympic Swimming Pool/day 38 GWhr/Yr Power for 900 homes Area: 2212 acres GFA: 4.4 M sf Facilities: 404 Buildings Population: 12,464

    11. Capital Improvement Highlights MILCON & BRAC Virginia - Hampton Roads • Special Operations Command – 1 Projects $ 19M • MCON - 20 Projects $263M • NATO – 1 Project $ 3M • Specials, Demo, Energy – 9 Projects $ 20M Hampton Roads $305M FY08-11 • POC: CAPT(s) Eric Aaby, Patrick McCormack, 757- 341-1501/1502

    12. MILCON Program Highlights • MIDLANT Hampton Roads • Approximately $282M • Design Level • 23% DB (3 projects) • 77% DBB (10 projects) • Acquisition • 38% Stand Alone (5 projects) • 23% Admin/General/Industrial MACC (3 projects) • 38% 8A MAC (5 projects) • Program Allocation • NAVSTA Norfolk (7 projects) • NAS Oceana (1 projects) • NAVPHIBASE Little Creek (2 projects) • Naval Weapons Station (NWS) Yorktown (2 projects) • NSA Norfolk (1 projects)

    13. Hampton Roads Highlights:FY11 P-835 Replace Fuel Pier, NAVSTA Norfolk P835 Replace Fuel Pier, NAVSTA Norfolk ($58M) P828 Piers 9 & 10 Upgrade, NAVSTA Norfolk ($2.4M) P862 Pier 1 Upgrades, NAVSTA Norfolk ($10M) P743 Ordnance Cargo Logistics Trng, MWS Yorktown ($21.4M)

    14. MILCON Construction Acquisition Tools & Milestones

    15. MILCON Construction Acquisition Tools & Milestones

    16. FY12 MILCON Program Highlights • MIDLANT (Hampton Roads) POM12 OSD Submit (tentative until Congress Authorizes and Appropriates) • Approximately $366M • 67% DB (4 projects) • 33% DBB (2 projects) • Program Allocation • NS Norfolk (2) • NAB Little Creek (2) • NNSY (1) • NAS Oceana (1)

    17. MIDLANT Summary • Robust construction programs continuing • Energy program increasing • Sustainable Behavior - LEED/LID Emphasis • Focus on safety, quality & speed • Contract Acquisition Strategies • Mostly full and open: MACC applicability reviewed • Small Business applicability reviewed for all acquisitions • Use of Design/Build vs Design/Bid/Build where appropriate • Interest in energy enhancements and other betterments • Stakeholders jointly find Quality, Best-value solutions

    18. Questions

    19. Back-Up SlidesHampton Roads IPT

    20. MIDLANT Summary • Solicitation & Award Venues: • FEDBIZOP’s address – www.fbo.gov • NECO’s (Navy Electronic Commerce Online) address – www.neco.navy.mil • NAVFAC Portal under Business Opportunities address – www.navfac.navy.mil • POC: Acquisition Office, 757- 341 - 0098

    21. NAVFAC MIDLANT Organization • Field Offices • Public Works Departments – 11 Installations • Officer in Charge of Construction – Camp Lejeune, NC • Resident Officer in Charge of Construction – Cherry Point, NC • Integrated Product Teams • Hampton Roads: VA, WV • North Carolina: NC • Northeast: PA, NJ, CT, RI, ME, NY, NH, VT, MA, MD, DE • Business/Support Lines • Capital Improvement • Public Works • Environmental • Asset Management • Contingency Engineering • Acquisition, Financial Management, CIO, Counsel

    22. Design/Acquisition Planning • Strategic Program Guidelines • Design Strategy • Determine in-house capacity for RFP/design development • Construction Acquisition Strategy – general guidelines • >$30M Stand Alone Full and Open • <$30M Consideration for MACC applicability • Small Business set-aside consideration given to all acquisitions, but generally applies to projects <$15M • Planning becomes more tactical when the program is authorized • Variation from Design-Build when upfront design required due to • Project complexity/Specific Design control Required • Client desires • Permitting requirements • Need for IH design experience • Variations in Acquisition Strategy include • Small Business goals and available capability • MACC capacity and scope applicability • Use Stand Alone where MACCs do not offer specialization (Piers/Airfields) • Project packaging due to proximity of projects • Timing of multiple solicitations

    23. Typical Acquisition Approach • Full and Open Competition • Full and Open Set-Aside for Small Business • Multiple Award Construction Contracts (As many as 6 contractors selected) • Small Business set-aside within MACC • Full and Open within MACC • Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity A&E Contracts • Follow-on Task Orders are negotiated • Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Construction Contracts • Paving, Fencing, Roofing, Painting, Utility Distribution • Facility Support Service Contracts • Vehicle Rental, Maintenance, Custodial, Grounds, etc.

    24. Hampton Roads Highlights:FY10 852175 Replace Minimart-Gas Station, NAVSTA Norfolk 852175 Replace Minimart-Gas Station, NAVSTA, Norfolk ($3.3M) P838 E-2D Facility Upgrades, NAVSTA Norfolk ($6.4M) Q773 SOF Support Activities Operations, Little Creek ($19M) 852176 Replace Minimart-Gas Station, Little Creek ($5.2M) P132 SOF Cafeteria, Oceana ($14M)

    25. Special Projects & Demolition Acquisition Tools & Milestones

    26. Energy Projects Acquisition Tools & Milestones

    27. MIDLANT Environmental Restoration Large Environmental Restoration Contracts • CLEAN (Comprehensive Long-term Environmental Action, Navy) • 2 contracts (CH2M Hill and TetraTech NUS) awarded in FY 08 by NAVFAC Atlantic. Current option expires MAY 2012 + 1 option year remaining. • COR Lee Anne Rapp, (757) 322-4814 • RAC (Removal Action Contract) • 2 contracts AGVIQ (small business) and Shaw Environmental (large business) awarded in FY 08 by NAVFAC Atlantic. Current option expires MAY 2012 + 1 option year remaining. • COR Zane Perry, (757) 322-4777 • Upcoming Removal Actions (~ $1M) that will use above contracts: ABL, WV- Sites 1, 5, 10, SWMU 27 Portsmouth NSYD, NH – DRMO Calverton, NY – Site 6a Cutler, ME – Site 2 Bedford, MA – Site 4 St Juliens Creek, Va – Site 21 Camp Lejeune, NC – Site 73 Naval Station Norfolk – Site 18 Mechanicsburg, PA – Storm Ditch Camp Lejeune, NC – Site 35 POC: Nina Johnson (757) 341-2015

    28. MIDLANT Environmental Contracts Under Development • POCs: • Sean Heaney - (757) 341-0370 (Compliance) • Bob Schirmer – (757) 341-0392 (Restoration) • Dave Noble – (757) 341-0490 (NEPA)

    29. Asset Management (Planning) Products and Services: • Shore Infrastructure Plans (SIP), special studies, and project development • Regional Integration Plans, Regional Shore Infrastructure Plans, Installation Master Plans, Special Studies • Anti-Terrorism; Traffic/parking; Installation Appearance Plans (IAP) • Project development (1391s), Business Case Analysis, COA’s and siting studies • Base-wide Asset Evaluations (AE) and Basic Facilities Requirements (BFR) with Facility Planning Document (FPD) update and Planning Actions • Encroachment Studies: • Assessments of “encroachment” threats to military bases, ranges and military air training routes: Encroachment Action Plans (EAP) • AICUZ/RAICUZ • May lead to “Encroachment Partnering” • Contracts: • Continue to use 2 ongoing local 5- year $5 - 10 M IDIQ Planning contracts, held by LANT)

    30. MIDLANT Asset Management (PPV) Public Private Ventures (PPV): • Navy leverages private developer expertise & debt placement • Construction, renovations, asset and property management for military families and unaccompanied (bachelor) service members • DoN’s private partners own and operate the inventory and contract for all services, including design/build. For design/construction opportunities, must contact private partners. • Refer to OSD PPV website for existing project info: www.acq.osd.mil/housing • Ongoing Housing PPV projects : • Mid-Atlantic, Lincoln Property Company, ~ 5,857 homes • Hampton Roads Bachelor Housing, Hunt/ACC, ~ 3,682 beds • Northeast, Balfour Beatty, ~ 3,121 homes • Camp Lejeune/Cherry Point, Actus Lend Lease, ~ 8,059 homes • Mid-Atlantic San Diego, Location: DC, MD, Lincoln Property Company, ~ 259 homes • Mid-Atlantic Phase III/Camp Lejeune Phase IV, Lincoln Property Company, ~ 200 homes • Future Housing PPV projects: • Mid-Atlantic Phase IV/Camp Lejeune Phase V, Lincoln Property Company – 4Q FY10 • Camp Lejeune Phase VI – 2Q FY11 • POC: Dawn Baronner, (757) 322 - 4139

    31. Asset Management (Planning)

    32. MIDLANT Asset Management (Real Estate) Enhanced Use Leasing (EUL): • Navy leverages private developer expertise & debt placement • Construction, repair, improvements and maintenance in exchange for entitlements to Navy Real Estate • Navy EUL Web Site for current status: www.navyeul.com • Multiple sites now under Phase I development. Additional sites are under consideration for future opportunities. • 2 sites in Phase II process: • Active Procurements: • SUBASE New London, CT: 43,500 SF parcel of land • SUBASE New London, CT: SE Corner Retail, 4 acres • NAVSTA Norfolk, Norfolk, VA: South Depot Annex, 12 acres • Upcoming RFQs: • NAB Little Creek, VA: Approx 8 Acre parcel of land • POC: Mitch Cooperman, (757) 341-0222

    33. Hampton Roads IPT MACCs Hampton Roads area:Current Term Expires Hampton Roads 8(a) Design/Build MAC: AUG 11 • Chesapeake Contractors JV, LLC • Bay Electronic Company, Inc. • Arriba Corporation • York River Electric • THR Enterprises, Inc.

    34. Hampton Roads IPT MACCs Hampton Roads area:Current Term Expires • Hampton Roads General MAC: DEC 11 + 2 Options • Hourigan Construction Corp. • Centennial Contractors Enterprises, Inc. • M. A. Mortenson Company • Archer Western Contractors, LTD • Sauer Incorporated dba Sauer Southwest • Tesoro Corporation • Virtexco Corporation • W. M. Jordan Company, Inc.

    35. Hampton Roads IPT MACCs Mid-Atlantic area:Current Term Expires • MIDLANT Hangar/Industrial: JUN 11 + 1 Options • Vanguard Contractors • M. A. Mortenson • American Bridge Co • Hourigan Construction • Coakley & Williams Construction • MIDLANT Administrative Design/Build MAC SEP 11 + 2 Options • John C. Grimberg Co. • The Haskell Company • M. A. Mortenson • Archer Western • Hourigan Construction Corp

    36. Hampton Roads IPT A/E Contracts Current Term Expires • Personnel Support & Administrative Facilities – Virginia SEP 11 • HR, Virginia Area and Part of North Carolina • Cederquist, Rodriquez, Ripley, PC BDA Rodriquez, Ripley, Maddux, & Motley • Civil Design & Engineering Services MAY 11 • MIDLANT AOR • R. Kenneth Weeks Engineers • Repairs and Alterations to Petroleum Storage MAR 11 • MIDLANT AOR • Austin Brockenbrough & Associates, LLP

    37. Hampton Roads IPT A/E Contracts Current Term Expires • Structural/Waterfront Design and Engineering Services NOV 10 + 2 Options • HR, Virginia Area and Part of North Carolina • DBA - NRW Engineering, PC – K. Roomsburg • Architectural Design & Engineering Services OCT 11 + 2 Options • HR, Virginia Area and Part of North Carolina • HBA – H&A Joint Venture • Civil/Structural/Waterfront Services SEP 11 + 2 Options • MIDLANT AOR • Transystems Corp • Architectural Design & Engineering Services MAR 11 • MIDLANT AOR • HBA Architecture & Interior Design, Inc • Architectural Design & Engineering Services APR 11 + 3 Options • HR, Virginia Area and Part of North Carolina • AECOM

    38. Hampton Roads IPT Construction IDIQs Hampton Roads area: Current Term Expires • Painting and Vinyl Coating Wall Covering MAR 11 • Taylor Enterprises • Hampton Roads Roofing MAR 11 + 1 option • Construction & Cabling Specialists, Inc

    39. Hampton Roads Facility Support Contracts • Contracts are Performance Based & SBA Programs are utilized wherever possible • Pending Solicitations Issue RFP Award • Annual Tank and POL Lines Services DEC 10 APR 11 • Maintenance of Direct Digital NOV 10 MAR 11 • Annual Diving Services NOV 10 FEB 11 • Regional Custodial MAY 11 SEP 11

    40. MIDLANT A/E Contracts Current Term Expires • Personnel Support, Administrative & Training Facilities SEP 11 + 1 Option • MIDLANT AOR • Civil Design & Engineering Services MAY 11 • MIDLANT AOR • Architectural Design & Engineering Services MAR 11 • MIDLANT AOR • Repairs and Alterations to Petroleum Storage MAR 11 • MIDLANT AOR • Industrial/Operations Facilities FEB 11 • MIDLANT AOR POC: Acquisition Office (757) 341-0098