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SAME Forum Philadelphia, PA 12 Mar 2008. CAPT R. Hemstreet Deputy Commander for Operations Naval Facilities Engineering Command. About NAVFAC …. NAVFAC’s Roles, Products & Services Shore Facilities’ Trends Projected Workload Major Programs and Future Work Overview. ROLES, P&S.

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SAME Forum

Philadelphia, PA

12 Mar 2008

CAPT R. Hemstreet

Deputy Commander for Operations

Naval Facilities Engineering Command

about navfac
About NAVFAC …
  • NAVFAC’s Roles, Products & Services
  • Shore Facilities’ Trends
  • Projected Workload
  • Major Programs and Future Work Overview

NAVFAC

who is navfac naval facilities engineering command

ROLES, P&S

Who is NAVFAC? Naval Facilities Engineering Command
  • Our Roles
    • DoD Construction Agent
    • DoN’s Facilities Engineering SYSCOM
    • Naval Expeditionary Combat Enterprise lead SYSCOM
    • Member of the Provider Enterprise
    • Global Engineering/Acquisition Command
      • 17,000 Civilians, 1,600 military, and 500 Contractors
  • Our products and services:

Over $10 billion annually

NAVFAC

navfac region aligned
NAVFAC…Region Aligned

ROLES, P&S

NAVFAC Europe –

Southwest Asia

NAVFAC Northwest

Navy Crane Center

NAVFAC FE

OICC Bethesda

NAVFAC Washington

NAVFAC MW

NAVFAC Marianas

NAVFAC Atlantic

NAVFAC ESC

NAVFAC ELC

Naval Fac. Inst.

NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic

OICC MCI East

OICC MCI West

NAVFAC Southwest

NAVFAC Southeast

OICC Katrina

NAVFAC Hawaii

2 ECH III Commands

NAVFAC Pacific

10 ECH IV Commands

4 OICC

Forward Deployed Delivery Model

4 Specialty Centers

(ECH III Commands)

NAVFAC

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NAVFACHQ

Washington, D.C.

Region Aligned

Navy Crane

Center

Norfolk, VA

NAVFAC Engineering

Service Center

Port Hueneme, CA

NAVFAC Expeditionary Logistics Center

Port Hueneme, CA

NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic

Norfolk, VA

Naval Facilities Institute Port Hueneme, CA

NAVFAC Washington

D.C.

NAVFAC Southwest

San Diego, CA

NAVFAC Far East

Yokosuka, Japan

NAVFAC Northwest

Silverdale, WA

  • NAVFAC Atlantic and Pacific Commanders are dual-hatted as Fleet Engineers.
  • Facilities Engineering Commanders are dual-hatted as Regional Engineers.

NAVFAC Europe &

SW Asia

Naples, Italy

Facilities Engineering Commands

NAVFAC Midwest

Great Lake, IL

NAVFAC Southeast

Jacksonville, FL

ROLES, P&S

We are the Navy’s facilities engineering professionals.

Fleet, Fighter and Family focused; innovative; surge enabled;

ever faster; and committed to continuous cost reduction.

NAVFAC Atlantic

Norfolk, VA

NAVFAC Pacific

Pearl Harbor, HI

NAVFAC Hawaii

Pearl Harbor, HI

  • Business Lines:
  • Capital Improvements
  • Public Works
  • Environmental
  • Contingency Engineering
  • Asset Management
  • Expeditionary Programs

NAVFAC Marianas

Guam

NAVFAC

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Spec. Ctrs.

Integration

Vertical Roles

Horizontal Roles

ROLES, P&S

NAVFAC CONOPS

(Concept of Operations)

NAVFAC HQ

NAVFAC LANT

NAVFAC PAC

Vertical:

Leadership

1.

Capital

Improvements

2.

Mission Accountability

3.

Client Interface

4.

Project Mgt/Execution

Public

Works

5.

Execution Metrics

Environmental

Horizontal:

Contingency Engineering

1.

Business Processes

2.

Resource Allocation

Asset

Management

3.

Community Mgmt

4.

Program Mgmt

5.

Program Metrics

Expeditionary Programs

6.

Program Resources

NAVFAC

products and services support for facilities lifecycle

Current Readiness

  • Future Capability

Demand

Signal

ROLES, P&S

Products and Services/Support for Facilities Lifecycle

Applying Technical, Contracts and Real Estate Authorities and Expertise

  • Asset Management
  • Demolition
  • Facilities Excessing
  • Outleasing
  • Enhanced Use Leasing (EUL)
  • Planning
  • Land/Installations/ Facilities
  • Facilities ILS
  • Encroachment Planning/ Management
  • Contingency
  • Project Development
  • Anti-Terror/Force Protection (AT/FP)
  • Environmental (NEPA)
  • Recapitalization
  • Restoration
  • Modernization
  • Facilities Sustainment
  • Environmental Compliance & Conservation
  • Base Support Vehicles/ Equipment
  • Facility/Specialized Technical Services
  • Strategic Sourcing
  • Utilities/Energy/Real Estate Management
  • Shore Weight Handling Equipment
  • Acquisition/Execution
  • Engineering/Design/ Construction
  • Environmental Cleanup/ Quality
  • Public/Private Ventures
  • Disaster Response
  • Ocean Engineering
  • Expeditionary
  • Base Ops Support (BOS)
  • Construction

NAVFAC

environmental

TRENDS

Environmental
  • Supported Commander priorities
    • ENV Compliance
    • ENV Restoration, including munitions
    • ENV Planning:

facilities and military

training/operations

  • Current ENV Climate
    • Increasing Workload
    • Funding Outlook Good
      • Cleanup Program: $300M per year (ENV Restoration) +

$150M per year (BRAC Reimbursable)

      • Compliance: $121M per year

NAVFAC

environmental9

TRENDS

Environmental
  • Acquisition Strategy
    • Continued, strong Small Business participation
    • Balanced use of fixed-price contracts
    • Increased use of performance-based service contracts
  • $1.6 B in new contracts
  • 51 new contracts planned
    • 38 FP IDIQs
    • 6 EMACs
    • 4 RACs
    • 3 CLEANs

NAVFAC

energy goals

TRENDS

Energy Goals
  • Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 – Codifies the EO 13423 guidance on energy and water consumption reduction. CAFE standard of 35 mpg by 2020, renewable fuel standard of 36 billion gallons by 2022, energy efficiency standards for appliances and lighting
  • Executive Order 13423 (of 24 Jan 2007) – replaces E.O. 13123: reduce energy consumption 3%/year and water consumption 2%/year water, 50% of renewables must come from new (post 1999) sources on installation, reduce petroleum consumption by 2%
  • Energy Policy Act of 2005 – Reduce energy consumption 2%/year from 2006-2015, meter all buildings, construct buildings 30% below ASHRAE standards.
  • National Defense Authorization Act 2007 – Produce or procure from renewable sources not less than 25% of electricity consumed by 2025.
  • DOD Energy Security IPT – Increase number of geothermal plants, and energy MILCON projects
  • ASN(I&E) – Build to LEED Silver standard

To achieve these goals, we need to renew our energy awareness at all levels, and re-emphasize the execution of energy projects.

NAVFAC

department of navy energy usage reduction

TRENDS

Department of Navy –Energy Usage Reduction

Based on Projects Awarded Through FY 07

NAVFAC

energy goals guidance impact to installations

TRENDS

Energy Goals/GuidanceImpact to Installations
  • New energy implementing guidance is being developed
    • New Buildings - will incorporate sustainable design and energy efficiency features
    • Energy Plans – each base will have a plan for achieving energy goals
    • Renewable Energy – 25% of all electricity usage needs to come from renewable sources by 2025. This goal means each base needs to develop all cost effective renewable resources.
    • Resource Efficiency Managers – each installation should have REM(s) These are contractor energy managers who are required to identify projects that return 200%-300% on their cost
    • Transportation - Increase use of neighborhood electrics, and high fuel efficiency vehicles for high use applications

NAVFAC

navfac policy of leed and energy policy act of 2005 epact

TRENDS

NAVFAC Policy of LEEDand Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPAct)

FY08

  • Designs started after 03 Jan 2007 must meet EPAct
  • 30% more efficient than ASHRAE (supported by LCC analysis)
  • LEED “certifiable” for Sustainable Development

FY09 and Beyond

  • Must meet EPAct and be LEED Silver certified (USGBC)
  • Executive Order requires
    • Renewable energy sources
    • Compliance with Federal High Performance and Sustainable Buildings MOU
  • Form 1391, Block 9, shows 3% of ECC to meet EPAct and LEED
  • Supporting documentation must show actual cost of equipment

NAVFAC

construction trends

Yesterday

  • Design-Bid- Build
  • Low bid
  • Adversarial Relationship

TRENDS

Construction Trends

Benefits

  • Reduced Acquisition Time
  • Life-Cycle Costing Decisions
  • Improved Safety / Quality / Schedule Performance
  • Improved Energy Efficiency

Tomorrow

Today

  • CM @ Risk
  • Focus on Building Performance
  • Deliver Sustainability / Lower Life Cycle Cost
  • Leverage Technical Skills thru Cross Functional Teams
  • USGBC LEED Silver Level on all projects
  • Streamlined Design-Build
  • Best Value Selection
  • Multiple Award Contracts
  • Anti-Terrorism
  • Fast Track Construction
  • Increased Client Participation
  • Improved Project Development

NAVFAC

navfac fy07 execution

WORKLOAD

NAVFAC FY07 Execution
  • In FY07, NAVFAC Executed contracting actions of $8.7B, a 22% increase over FY06.
    • DON O&M: $3.5B
    • OPN: $1.0B
    • MILCON: $1.5B
    • DOD: $2.2B
    • Other Cust.: $0.5B
  • Over 90% of the FY07 MILCON program ($1.1B) was awarded, a significant increase over FY06.
  • NAVFAC obligated $1.45 billion in SRM, including $291 million at end-of year for targeted facilities projects.

NAVFAC

milcon construction program programmed amount for construction as of jan 08

WORKLOAD

MILCON Construction ProgramProgrammed Amount for Construction As Of Jan 08

FH CON

$ BILLIONS

GWOT

MCNR

NAVY

BRAC 05

Notional GOJ Guam

(Not Navy MILCON)

MCON Guam

MCON USMC

Grow the Force

Defense

Katrina

MCON

FISCAL YEAR

PR09 PRESBUD

NAVFAC

milcon workload distribution programmed amt for major construction only no design or umc

WORKLOAD

MILCON Workload DistributionProgrammed Amt for Major Construction Only – No Design or UMC

$Billion

Far East

Hawaii

Midwest

Northwest

Europe/SWA

Southeast

Southwest

Marianas

(Includes Notional GOJ $ which is not Navy MILCON)

Washington

Mid-Atlantic

FISCAL YEAR

PR09 PRESBUD

NAVFAC

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ACQ STRATEGY:

    • 2-Phase Design Build (Best Value)
    • Project Packaging for Economy of Scale
    • Standardized Components

PROGRAMS

OICC Stand-Up & USMC MILCON (FY08-14)

OICC's ...

  • OICC MC WEST: ~$3.5B GTF
  • OICC MC EAST: ~$2.1B GTF
    • Both stand-up 3rd Qtr FY08,

stand-down FY14

  • OICC BETHESDA
    • Execute BRAC V Walter Reed

National Military Medical Center

    • Stand-up 2nd Qtr FY08,

stand-down FY12

    • Includes PW Mission

NAVFAC

walter reed national military medical ctr wrnmmc bethesda md

PROGRAMS

Walter Reed National Military Medical Ctr(WRNMMC) Bethesda, MD
  • Project scope:
    • New outpatient addition (approx. 525K SF)
    • New inpatient areas (approx. 157K SF)
    • Renovations to existing infrastructure (approx. 333K SF)
    • New circulation pathways, utility tunnels, and parking garages
    • Supporting facilities (ex. new gym, administrative building and Warrior Transition Unit / Brigade
  • FY08/09/10 BRAC V Construction ($940M)
  • BRAC-directed milestone: Complete by Sept 15, 2011

NAVFAC

pacific aor highlights
Defense Policy Review Initiative

$20B investment in Japan

$10B investment in Guam

CVN Homeporting in Japan

P-998 Wharf Projects (awarded)

Wharf Upgrades ECD Mar 08

Power Upgrades

Energy Saving Perf. Contract ECD May 08

Joint Basing (Hawaii and Guam)

JMSDF P-3

Squadron

Tokyo

CVW-5 Jets / C2 Det / E-2 Squadron

VMGR-152

(KC-130 Squadron)

CHINA

Okinawa

Iwo Jima

Helo

Sqdrn

TAIWAN

Northern

Mariana

Islands

Manila

Guam

III MEF/ III MARDIV / I MAW / III MLG

PROGRAMS

Pacific AOR Highlights

Japan

NAVFAC

outyears planning fy09 beyond joint efforts

PROGRAMS

Outyears Planning (FY09 & beyond) Joint Efforts
  • Guam Joint Master Plan (MP) --NAVFAC preparing
    • NAVFAC preparing Guam MP
      • Phase I: Requirements and Concept of Ops Completed May 07
      • Phase II: Facility Development Plan ECD Jul 08
  • Joint Bases per BRAC decision
    • Guam (Marianas and Anderson AFB) and
    • Hawaii (Pearl Harbor and Hickam AFB) with Navy as lead service
    • End State
      • Construction and renovation opportunities for facilities

NAVFAC

joint basing jb update

Navy Lead Joint Bases

  • JB Pearl Harbor – Hickam
  • JB Guam - Anderson
  • JB Anacostia - Bolling
  • JB Little Creek - Story

JBs where Navy affected but not Lead

  • JB McGuire - Dix - Lakehurst (AF Lead)
  • JB Andrews – NAF Washington (AF Lead)
  • JB Charleston AFB/NWS, SC (AF Lead)

PROGRAMS

Joint Basing (JB) update
  • USDs issue supplemental guidance
  • USD (AT&L) issue Memorandum Of Agreement template
  • Installations Capabilities Council (ICC) issue Joint Base Performance Standards

(CNIC hosting JB Breakout session at BRAC conference 14 March)

Joint Basing Implementation Guidance signed 22 Jan 2008.

Two-month target (22 March 08) to complete the following:

NAVFAC

europe southwest asia swa expanding focus

PROGRAMS

Europe & Southwest Asia (SWA)Expanding Focus
  • MILCON
    • DAL MOLIN BDE COMPLEX VICENZA IT
      • $400 Million Design Build program
      • Italian Contractor Requirement
    • DJIBOUTI Military Construction
      • $120 Million investment
  • FSC/BOS
    • Base Operation & Support Contracts
      • Several FY09 contracts: Under $1M threshold
      • Rota Multi-Function FSC (FY10)
      • Bahrain: Capabilities Based Requirements Doc. Contract (FY10)

NAVFAC

extraordinary small business advocate

PROGRAMS

Extraordinary Small Business Advocate
  • NAVFAC Performance Trends
  • FY02 - FY06: Exceeded goals +
  • Multiple Awards/Recognition for Small Business achievements
  • *FY07: End-of-year “Actual” data not yet available from FPDS-NG
  • (expect to meet/exceed goals)
  • FY08: Continued focus on Small Business support

NAVFAC

asset management major initiatives

PROGRAMS

Asset ManagementMajor Initiatives

GSIPs -- Global Shore Infrastructure Plans

  • Lays groundwork for preparation of POM 10 issues & Navy Ashore Vision 2035, providing “Gap Analysis” (Needs vs. Current Condition/Deficiencies)
  • GSIPs Status:
    • To Support Providers: GSIPs for CNIC, MPT&E, & NAVSUP – “in the works”
    • To Warfare Enterprises:
      • GSIP Complete: USE
      • GSIP Drafts “in the works”: NAE, SWE, NECE, NNFE, and FRE
  • GSIPs – global focus, leading to follow-on studies/plans (for regions & installations), ultimately influencing identification of future, shore facilities construction projects

NAVFAC

asset management major initiatives26

Saufley Field, NAS Pensacola

Portsmouth NSY, NH

SUBASE New London, CT

S. Depot Annex, Norfolk, VA

PROGRAMS

Asset ManagementMajor Initiatives

EULs -- Enhanced Use Leases

  • A tool to leverage the value of our under-utilized and under-performing assets (facilities and land)
  • Several Phase I Market & Feasibility Analyses on-going
  • Industry Forums for Phase II EULs
    • Saufley Field - Pensacola FL (11 Mar 08)
    • NNSY (Portsmouth NH) - Durham NH (16 Apr 08)
    • SUBASE New London, CT – (May 08)
    • South Depot Annex, Norfolk, VA – (TBD)
  • EUL website: www.navyeul.com
    • Contains info on: project status, FAQs, links, and Contacts

NAVFAC

questions

1. Visit our webpage @

www.navfac.navy.mil

2. Go to “Organization” Tab

3. Select desired NAVFAC component

4. Go to “Contact Us/Visitors”

Questions?
  • Learn more about NAVFAC …
  • Contact the Public Works Department in your area.

NAVFAC

wrap up

Fleet

Fighter

Family

Wrap-Up
  • Big construction opportunities FY08 & beyond in support of our …

Counting on your Help, Talent, and Partnership to Make It Happen!

NAVFAC

additional information
Additional Information

Backup Slides

  • Project Lists: FY08 (Unawarded) and FY09
  • Organization Charts: General

NAVFAC

fy 2008 unawarded mcon mcnr brac dod agencies project list

PROGRAMS

FY 2008 (unawarded) MCON, MCNR, BRAC, DoD Agencies Project List

NAVFAC Atlantic

NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic

Marine Corps Air Station New River, NC Construct New Gymnasium and Music Room

Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, NC SOF MARSOC Academic Instruction Facility

SOF MARSOC Special Ops/Equipment Facility

SOF MARSOC Supply and Predeployment Facility

Academic Instruction Facility, Camp Geiger

Aircraft Maintenance Hangar, Phase 2 (MCAS New River)

Bachelor Enlisted Qtrs, at Battalion (HADNOT Point)

Bachelor Enlisted Qtrs, (French Creek)

Bachelor Enlisted Qtrs, (MCAS New River)

Child Development Center, Tarawa Terrace

Field Medical Services School (Montford Point)

Jet Engine Test Cell (MCAS New River)

Main Gate Security Upgrades (MCAS New River)

MARSOC Community Support Facilities (Rifle Range)

MARSOC Fitness Center/Training Pool (Rifle Range)

MARSOC Special Operations Support Fac (Rifle Range)

MARSOC Training Facilities (Rifle Range)

MOUT Enhancements (Basewide)

BEQ- Wounded Warriors Battalion

Landfill Cell

Main Gate – Physical Security Upgrades

Multi-Purpose Machine Gun Range, G10

Physical Security Upgrades – Piney Green

Wastewater System Modification (Basewide)

Maintenance/Operations Complex – 2/9 (HADNOT POINT)

NAVFAC

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PROGRAMS

FY 2008 (unawarded) MCON, MCNR, BRAC, DoD Agencies Project List

NAVFAC Atlantic

NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic (cont.)

Norfolk, VA LANTFLTHQSPACT Joint Forces Command HQ, Building One

Mobile User Objective System Instn (NW Chesapeake)

Naval Station Norfolk, VA E2/C2 Aircrew Training Facility

MH-60S Hangar & Airfield Improvements

Naval Environmental & Preventive Med Unit 2 Repl

Naval Support Activity Mechanicsburg NMRC Reading to NMRC Lehigh Valley

Dam Neck VA NSPECWARDEVGR SOF Operational Training Facility

SOF Operations Facility

Naval Air Station Oceana VA SOF Parachute Drying Tower

Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek VA EODMU-6 Detachment Boat Shops

SOF Seal Team Ops and Support Facility

SOF Special Boat Team Operations Facility

Naval Support Activity Norfolk NSY Ship Maintenance Engineering Facility Modernization

Engineering Management Facility Conversion

Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, NC Hangar Renov, Fac Upgrades Navy F/A 18 E/F (NADEP)

NAVFAC

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PROGRAMS

FY 2008 (unawarded)MCON, MCNR, BRAC, DoD Agencies Project List

NAVFAC Atlantic

NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic (cont.)

Naval Submarine Base New London CT Submarine Learning Center Training HQ

Naval Station Newport RI Hazardous Materials Storage Building

Waterfront Improvements

Portsmouth Shipyard Consolidated Emergency Control Center

SERE School and Addition to Building 315

Naval Air Engineering Station Lakehurst NJ Joint Installation Road Improvements

Fleet Logs Ops Fac (MCGUIRE AFB) Inc 1 of 2

Joint Use Reserve Training Ctr (MCGUIRE AFB) Inc 1 of 2

NAVFAC Washington

Washington DC Bolling AFB Communication Frame Facility

NNMC Bethesda MD Medical Center Add/Alt

Naval Support Activity South Potomac Adv Energetics Research Lab

Electromagnetic Launch RDT&E Facility

Naval Air Station Patuxent River MD Aircraft Prototype Facility

E-2 Advanced Hawkeye RDT&E Facility

JPALS Addition to Building 2110/2122

NAVFAC

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PROGRAMS

FY 2008 (unawarded)MCON, MCNR, BRAC, DoD Agencies Project List

NAVFAC Atlantic

NAVFAC Washington (cont.)

Quantico VA MCCOMBDEV CMD MSGBN Headquarters & BEQ Phase 1

Student Officers Quarters – TBS Phase 2 (Camp Barrett)

Warfare Programs Support Center

Reserve Training Center Additions (Camp Upshur)

Collocate MILDEP Investigative Agencies Inc 1 of 2

NAVFAC MidWest

Naval Hospital Great Lakes IL Federal Health Care Facility ADDN/ALTN

Naval Station Great Lakes IL Joint Armed Forces Reserve Ctr (NOSC Sioux Falls)

Marine Corps Reserve Center (NMCCRC Dayton OH)

Small Arms Markmanship Trainer (SAMT)

Naval Support Activity Crane IN Secured Engineering Facility

Special Weapons Assessment Facility

NAVFAC SouthEast

Naval Air Station Pensacola FL Fire Station Expansion (Corry Station)

BRAC-(USAF) CSO Applied Instruction Facility

BRAC-(USAF) Navigator Training Hangar

NAVFAC

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PROGRAMS

FY 2008 (unawarded) MCON, MCNR, BRAC, DoD Agencies Project List

NAVFAC Atlantic

NAVFAC SouthEast (cont.)

Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base

Ft Worth TX Child Development Center

Joint Air Traffic Control Facility

Joint Indoor Training Tank

Joint Multi-Level Parking Facility

Marine Corps Reserve Training Center (Austin TX)

BRAC AFR Add Electronic Counter Measures Shop

Headquarters, Fourth Marine Aircraft Wing

New Orleans LA Marine Corps Vehicle Maintenance Facility (Mt Clemens)

BRAC-Relocate 214 EIS Operations

BRAC-Relocate 214 EIS Maintenance Offices

BRAC-Relocate 214 EIS Supply

Library

Flag Housing

General Administrative Building

Shaw AFB SC Base Infrastructure

BRAC-Visiting Officers Quarters

BRAC-Transient Lodging Facility

BRAC-Child Development Center

BRAC-Fitness Center

Naval Air Station Whiting FLD FL Clearzone ACq. & Runway Ext (NOLF Evergreen)

Naval Air Station Key West FL Construct New Pumphouse to Replace Pumphouse A-933

NAVFAC

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PROGRAMS

FY 2008 (unawarded)MCON, MCNR, BRAC, DoD Agencies Project List

NAVFAC Atlantic

NAVFAC SouthEast

Marine Corp Air Station Beaufort SC Nuclear/Biological/Chemical Facility

Structural Fire Station

Marine Corps Security Force Blount Island FL Slipway Barrier, Blount Island

Naval Air Station Corpus Christi TX Aviation Trainer Facility

Base Support Battalion Kings Bay GA Engineering Services Facility (NOTU Cape Canaveral, FL)

Naval Air Station Atlanta GA RIA-14 Facility

Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island SC Motor Transportation Facility

Third Recruit Training BN Complex Ph1

Enlisted Dining Facility Consolidation

Naval Air Station Meridian MS Fire Station

Naval Support Activity Panama City Littoral Warfare Systems Facility

Stennis Space Ctr MS SOF Riverine and Combatant Craft Ops Fac

Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany GA Main Gate Improvements-Blount Island

Warehouse, Combat Vehicle

NAVFAC

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PROGRAMS

FY 2008 (unawarded)MCON, MCNR, BRAC, DoD Agencies Project List

NAVFAC Atlantic

NAVFAC NorthWest

Naval Station Everett WA Fleet Region Readiness Center

Operational Facilities MIUW 110/IBU 13 (NOSC Portland, OR)

Naval Air Station Whidbey Is WA EA-18G Facility Improvements

Indoor Wash Rack

Naval Base Kitsap Bremerton WA CVN Maintenance Pier Replacement

Missile Assembly Building 3

Ocean Engineering Support Facility

Ship Maintenance Engineering Consolidation (PSNSY)

NAVFAC SouthWest

Fleet & Industrial Support Center San Diego CA Replace Fuel Storage Tanks

Naval Base Point Loma San Diego CA Magnetic Silencing Facility Modification

Pier 5002 Sub Fender Installation

Naval Amphibious Base Coronado CA SOF Special Boat Team Operations Facility

Pacifici Missile Test Center Pt Mugu CA Medium Range Target Missile Launch Facility

Naval Air Station Fallon NV Range Improvements TGTB-20

NAVFAC

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PROGRAMS

FY 2008 (unawarded) MCON, MCNR, BRAC, DoD Agencies Project List

NAVFAC Atlantic

NAVFAC SouthWest (cont.)

Naval Support Activity Monterey CA Global Weather Operations Ctr (Navy School Annex)

Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach MOMAU 15 Collocation to Building 78

Travis AFB CA C-17 Road Improvements

C-17 Southwest Landing Zone

Global Support Squadron Facility

Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton CA MARSOC Academic Facility

MARSOC Equipment Storage Warehouse

MARSOC Paraloft/Dive Locker

Bachelor Enlisted Quarters (Chappo Area 22)

Bachelor Enlisted Quarters (HQ Area)

Bachelor Enlisted Quarters (Margarita Area 33)

Fitness Center (Margarita Area 33)

ISR Camp – Intel Battalion

MARSOC Supporting Facilities (Las Flores Area 41)

Traffic Improvements (Main Gate Area 20)

1STMLG Armory

1ST MLG Group and Battalion Headquarters

1ST MLG Headquarters – HQ Area

BEQ- Wounded Warrior Battalion Facility

Consolidated Comm/Elect Maintenance & Storage

NAVFAC

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PROGRAMS

FY 2008 (unawarded)MCON, MCNR, BRAC, DoD Agencies Project List

NAVFAC Atlantic

NAVFAC SouthWest (cont.)

Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton CA Force Intel Operations Center – HQ Area

BEQ and Enlisted Dining Facility – HQ Area

Armory-Regimental and Battalion HQ

ISR Camp-Intel Battalion-4000 Marine

Armory-Intel Battalion-HQ Area

EOD Operations Complex

Hangar 02 Additions

Tactical Support Van Pad Expansion

Company HQ – MP Company

Armory – 5th Marine Regiment

BEQ and Armory-HORNO

Naval Base San Diego CA Child Development Center

Main Gate (Gate 6) Improvements

COMINEWARCOM Headquarters Renovations

Marine Corps Air Station Miramar CA Hangar Modifications

Marine Corps Reserve Training Center

Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake CA Weapons Survivability Complex

NAVFAC

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PROGRAMS

FY 2008 (unawarded)MCON, MCNR, BRAC, DoD Agencies Project List

NAVFAC Atlantic

NAVFAC SouthWest (cont)

Marine Air Ground Combat Center

Twentynine Palms CA BEQ & POV Parking Structure

Armory

Landfill

Mil. Operations on Urban Terrain (MOUT)

Multi-Battalion Operations Center

Regimental Combat Team HQ Facility

Marine Corps Air Station Yuma AZ Bachelor Enlisted Quarters, Main Base

Tow Way “G”

NAVFAC Europe/SouthWest Asia

US Army Installation Vicenza Italy BDE Complex – Barracks and Support

BDE Complex Maintenance & Operations

Naval Support Activity Bahrain Waterfront Development Phase 1

SOF NSWU Waterfront Ops Facility

NAVFAC

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PROGRAMS

FY 2008 (unawarded)MCON, MCNR, BRAC, DoD Agencies Project List

NAVFAC Pacific

NAVFAC Hawaii

Marine Corps Base Kaneohe Bay HI MCB Bachelor Enlisted Quarters

Z/VARLOCS MILCON Wharf Utilities Upgrades

Naval Station Pearl Harbor HI Arizona Memorial Visitor Center Replacement

NOAA Bldg 130/Marine Tanks/Seawall

Communication Center (WAHIAWA)

Dry Dock Ship Support Services

Sub Drive-In MSF, Beckoning Point

Pearl Harbor HI PAC NFEC NOAA Weather Service Office

NAVFAC Marianas

Andersen AFB GUAM

Strategic Air Command Upgrade NW Field Infrastructure

Naval Activities Guam Fitness Center, Guam

Harden Electrical System Phase 1

KILO Wharf Extension

Potable Water System Recap Phase 1

Wastewater Treatment Plant Repairs & Upgrade

NAVFAC Far East

Naval Support Activity Diego Garcia Wastewater Treatment Facility

NAVFAC

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PROGRAMS

FY 2009MCON, MCNR, BRAC, DoD Agencies Project List

NAVFAC Atlantic

NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic

NAVFAC

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PROGRAMS

FY 2009MCON, MCNR, BRAC, DoD Agencies Project List

NAVFAC Atlantic

NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic (cont.)

NAVFAC Washington

NAVFAC

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PROGRAMS

FY 2009MCON, MCNR, BRAC, DoD Agencies Project List

NAVFAC Atlantic

NAVFAC Washington (cont.)

NAVFAC SouthWest

NAVFAC

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PROGRAMS

FY 2009MCON, MCNR, BRAC, DoD Agencies Project List

NAVFAC Atlantic

NAVFAC SouthWest (cont.)

NAVFAC

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PROGRAMS

FY 2009MCON, MCNR, BRAC, DoD Agencies Project List

NAVFAC Atlantic

NAVFAC NorthWest

NAVFAC Europe/SouthWest Asia

NAVFAC MidWest

NAVFAC SouthEast

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PROGRAMS

FY 2009MCON, MCNR, BRAC, DoD Agencies Project List

NAVFAC Atlantic

NAVFAC SouthEast

NAVFAC

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PROGRAMS

FY 2009MCON, MCNR, BRAC, DoD Agencies Project List

NAVFAC Pacific

NAVFAC Hawaii

NAVFAC Marianas

NAVFAC Far East

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energy project execution accountability
Energy Project Execution Accountability

TRENDS

  • Installation Commanding Officer Responsibilities:
  • Meeting EPACT/EO
  • Establish Energy Plan/Policy(needs to address project requirements)
  • Project schedule decision point (Critical to execution)
    • Approval of Initial Proposal and Detailed Energy Survey.
  • Establishes financing targets
  • (Projects do not proceed without ICO support / approval - may require Region and CNIC approval)
  • NAVFAC:
  • Develops Overarching Energy Plan (per ICO guidance)
  • Supports ICO in Energy Policy development, planning and project identification
  • Prepares Initial Proposals, and Detailed Energy Surveys
  • Evaluate and advise on Cost and Technical reasonableness

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PROGRAMS

USMC “Grow the Force” -- MILCON Programming Strategy --

  • FY2007 GWOT Supplemental and FY2008 GWOT include MILCON projects to support initial troop plus-up
    • Site prep for temporary space, BQs, Regimental HQs, Armories, Family Hsg, etc.
  • FYs ‘08 & ‘09 MILCON Program to include projects to support additional personnel
    • BQs, Mess Halls, Operations Centers, Armories, Ranges, Family Hsg, utilities, etc.
  • POM10 builds remaining MILCON Grow The Force program
    • Coincides with NEPA (EIS) completion
    • FY10 focus on infrastructure enablers and ops facilities
    • Will use normal USMC programming process for specific project evaluation

NAVFAC

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PROGRAMS

NAVFAC Support toGuam JGPO & DPRI
  • Integrated Master Schedule
    • Track all activities and timelines
  • Master Planning and NEPA Studies
    • Execution timelines
    • Ensure coordinated effort
    • Use of existing information
    • Don’t be constrained
    • Requirements as submitted to JGPO
  • Land Use Planning
    • First priority is DoD Land
  • SPE Concepts/Options
    • Housing
    • Utilities
  • Project Plan’g/Program’g Strategy
  • Acquisition Strategy
  • Industry Symposiums
  • Constr. Program Dev. & Execution
  • Help Achieve Innovative Solutions
  • USMC
    • III MEF Cmd Element
    • Ground Combat Element
    • Aviation Combat Element
    • Combat Service Support
    • Plus:
    • Transient Units
    • Visiting USMC & Allied Forces
    • (New ≈10,500 AD/ 9000 Dep)

NAVFAC

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PROGRAMS

Guam Constraints and Challenges
  • GovGuam Master Plan
    • Office of Economic Adjustment Assisting
  • Infrastructure
    • Commercial Port
    • Existing Utilities
    • Roads
    • Construction yards and materiel handling
  • Work Force
    • 15,000-20,000 workers required on Guam for the development -- may include foreign workers. (H2 Visa issues)
    • Skilled labor requirements - Training
    • Labor force support facilities (Housing, Medical, Subsistence)
  • Environmental issues
    • Record of Decision
  • NAVFAC Pacific Planning Industry Forums

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GLOBAL CONTINGENCYCONSTRUCTION

  • GCC is a Cost Plus Award Fee, Indefinite Quantity / Indefinite Delivery Multiple Award Contract. It provides worldwide rapid civilian construction and engineering services response for:
      • Disaster recovery
      • Military conflict
      • Military Operations Other Than War
      • Humanitarian Assistance
      • Or projects with similar characteristics

Contractors

  • Atlantic Contingency Constructors (ACC)
      • JV Shaw E&I, AECOM Govt. Services, and PAE Govt. Services
  • Fluor Intercontinental
  • URS-IAP, LLC
      • JV URS Group and IAP World Services
  • Award: 4 August 2006
  • Base Year and 4 options
  • Contract Maximum Ceiling: $1B

Administered by NAVFAC Atlantic

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GCC Capabilities

  • Horizontal/Vertical Construction
  • Runways
  • Roads
  • Bridges/Causeways
  • Piers
  • Demo/Cleanup
  • Housing Repairs
  • Depot/Warehouses
  • Clinics & Field Hospitals
  • Operation / Maintenance
  • Facilities
  • Communication Facilities
  • Ammunition storage facilities
  • Berthing / messing facilities
  • Specialty Construction Engineering
  • Dredging
  • POL Facilities
  • Aerial Photography
  • Soils Engineering
  • Environmental Restoration
  • CBRN / WMD Recovery (non-first responder)
  • Operation of power generation, concrete and asphalt plants
  • Project Planning
  • Staffing for varying sizes of operations
  • Material Management Capabilities
  • Material Liaison Support for NCF

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PROGRAMS

GLOBALCONTINGENCYSERVICES

  • GCS is a Cost Plus Award Fee, Indefinite Quantity / Indefinite Delivery Contract to provide short term Facilities support services with incidental construction in response to:
      • Natural Disasters
      • Humanitarian efforts
      • Contingencies
      • Non-performance of incumbent contractor

Contractor

Contingency Response Services, LLC

- JV DynCorp International, Parson Global Services and PWC Logistics

  • Award: 30 August 2006
  • Base Year and 4 options
  • Contract Maximum Ceiling: $450M

Administered by NAVFAC Pacific

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PROGRAMS

GCS Capabilities

Scope covers all Installation Management Accounting Project 2006 (IMAP) Core Business Model Functions:

  • Base Support Vehicles & Equipment
  • Housing
  • Environmental
  • Public Safety
  • Ordnance
  • Galley
  • Utilities
  • Air Operations
  • Port Operations
  • Range Operations
  • Operations Support
  • Facility Support
  • Health Care Support
  • Personnel Support
  • Moral, Welfare & Recreation Support

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PROGRAMS

GCC/GCS General Concepts

  • Not equipped to carry out military defense or offense, not intended to replace all of the functions and capabilities of the military engineer.
  • One set of tools in NAVFAC’s toolbox primarily used for response for emergency or contingency operations…but not the only choice.
  • Supports NAVFAC’s facilities engineering mission; some logistics capabilities…not an equivalent to the Army’s LOGCAP or Air Force AFCAP Contracts.

3-Part Criteria for GCC Use

  • Emergency or contingency situation/conditions

--Mission demands exceed normal acquisition timing parameters

--Austere/contingency environment

  • Element of significant uncertainty as to scope, schedule, time, supporting cost plus contract use

--Requirements not well defined

  • Work is predominantly construction and construction related activities
points of contact

PROGRAMS

Points of Contact

In NORTHCOM, SOUTHCOM,

EUCOM, and CENTCOM AORs:

NAVFAC Atlantic

Contingency Engineer (CE)

6506 Hampton Boulevard

Norfolk, VA 23508-1278

(757) 322-8302

In PACOM AOR:NAVFAC PacificContingency Engineer (CE)258 Makalapa DriveSuite 100Pearl Harbor, HI 96860-3134(808) 472-1162

NAVFAC