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  1. Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Fort Leonard Wood Chapter June 11, 2008 Military Construction Briefing & Site Tour Hosted by: Fort Leonard Wood Resident Office, Kansas City District, USACE

  2. MCA Tour Timeline

  3. Permanent Party Barracks Phase I Permanent Party Barracks Phase II

  4. Overview of USACE Overview of Current Challenges What is Important at FLW Current Project Summary at FLW Questions Agenda

  5. Overview of USACE

  6. Overview of Northwest Division

  7. Overview of KC District Kansas City District -2 Area Offices -7 Resident Offices -18 Lakes -2 Hydro Power Dams -350 Structures on Mo River (Revetments, Wing Dikes, Levees)

  8. Overview of FLW Resident Office Northwest Division –COL Miles Engineering & Construction Division (E&C) Kansas City District –COL Wilson -Engineering & Construction Division (E&C) -PM Division Kansas Area Office MO Area Office (5 Personnel) WAFB Resident Office (9 Personnel) -Area Engineer / ACO w/ $500K Warrant -Mechanical Engineer -Electrical Engineer -Office Manager & Secretary KC Resident Office (8 Personnel) FLW Resident Office (22 Personnel) -Resident Eng. / ACO w/ $500K Warrant -Deputy Resident Engineer -Submittals Technician -3 Office Engineers -4 –Quality Assurance Teams -1 – QA Rep at GLWACH

  9. Army moving into the most comprehensive restructuring since WWII USACE is planning to execute $40 Billion of MILCON Construction from 2006 – 2011 At FLW alone, our construction placement will increase from about $40 Million a year to over $200 Million a year through FY 08 and FY 09 Overview of Current Challenges

  10. The army is transforming and has immediate needs that must be met to support BRAC and the GTA Programs as well as re-stationing initiatives: The recently released Army Stationing Plan, for example, will add approximately 74K new Soldiers to the Army over the next 2-4 years This plan will also add 6 new BCTs and 8 new MEBs which will be disbursed at various posts across the country This plan also re-stations units formerly stationed overseas to CONUS military bases FLW for example is receiving approximately 3,000 plus additional trainees this summer through the TRAPS program and is also receiving a FORSCOM MEB in October Creates Need for additional Barracks Bed Space, family housing, dining facilities, etc…) Creates Need for additional infrastructure (sewage, water, phone lines, roads, training ranges, parking, etc… to support influx of personnel) Overview of Current Challenges

  11. The GWOT has created several unique demands: USACE oversees massive construction programs supporting OIF and OEF through the GRD and AED On the home front, the army is also involved in improving living conditions and programs for soldiers and families to take care of them and improve retention rates (Examples: improving housing, post facilities, Warrior in Transition Units, etc…) Overview of Current Challenges

  12. To support these and many other programs, the army has a need for USACE to deliver projects faster and cheaper with more sustainable designs and without diminishing quality In order to stay relevant in meeting the Army’s needs, USACE is itself transforming and thinking outside of the box and changing its systems and ways of doing business MILCON Transformation At the local level, we are also doing a lot to stay relevant and meet our immediate customer’s needs and expectations Overview of Current Challenges

  13. What is Important at FLW? • IET Soldier Bed Space (TRAPS Relocatables, TBUP, and Starship Barracks) • Facilities for Future Combat Support Brigade • Upgrading Post Infrastructure to support the large increase in facility demands (ie…sewer, roads, phones, etc…) • Upgrading Ranges to support training for TRADOC and FORSCOM Units • Supporting the installation’s Master Plan development and implementation

  14. BT / OSUT & AIT Long Term Transition Plans Renovating through TBUP Program over next 4-8 years TRAPS Relocatables Rolling Pin Barracks – (Built 1950s to 1960s) Starship Barracks Complex • Over the next 10-25 years, the installation wants to replace rolling pin barracks and Specker barracks with over 15 phases of Starship Complexes • Provide immediate bed space for BT and AIT Soldiers to meet Summer Surge / TRAPS Requirements Recently Renovated by CENWK-EC-MD Specker Barracks (Built in 1970s)

  15. Long Term Master Plan for FLW N • Segregate BCT, AIT, Permanent Party, and FORSCOM Zones of FLW • ADPs are being developed in these areas by KC District • Phases of implementation: • Move non-applicable facilities out of zoned areas • Renovate existing facilities while implementing long term plans to build new facilities

  16. Current Project Summary - FLW Photos of Permanent Party Barracks Phases I & II to Follow

  17. Current Projects – Permanent Party Barracks Phase I Permanent Part Barracks – Phase I Completed Photographs

  18. Current Projects – Permanent Party Barracks Phase II • 19 Additional Buildings currently under construction • A third GTF Phase is to be awarded this spring to construct 27 additional barracks • Phases IV and V are also being considered as potential supplementals in the Murtha Bill for FY 08

  19. Current Project Summary - FLW Photos of Specker Barracks, TBUP, and TRAPS 07 Sites to Follow

  20. Current Projects – Specker Barracks Renovation Specker Complex Interior Work Improved Appearance & Provided Adequate Airflow

  21. Current Projects – TBUP Phase I Bldgs 828 & 829 Must be turned back to FLW by 6 Jun 08 BKJ adding Bump out portion of Bldg 829 QA, George Edgington, conducts Initial Inspection of Block Shear Wall Construction

  22. Current Projects – TBUP Phase I (Continued)

  23. Current Projects – TRAPS 07 Major Setbacks in a 120 Day Contract include 1) Design Development & Review, 2) Permits, 3) Ordering and Delivering Trailer Units, 4) Obtaining Transformers Interior Finishes of TRAPS 07 Barracks

  24. Upcoming Projects - FLW

  25. Upcoming Projects - FLW * Note: There are about $87M in potential supplemental contracts. It is not looking at this point as though the Murtha Bill will include these supplementals, but this office is preparing to staff them in the event they are awarded.

  26. Questions