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1 Naval Facilities Engineering Command Washington, DC Construction Overview
Captain Alex Stites, CEC, USN Operations Officer 25 April 2013

2 NAVFAC Washington - Overview
AGENDA: NAVFAC Washington Area of Responsibility Regional Contracts Future Projects LEED Small Business Opportunities Contacts NAVFAC Washington

3 Area of Responsibility
The NAVFAC Washington Area of Responsibility NAVFAC Washington Supports Naval District Washington NSA Washington Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling NSA Bethesda NSA Patuxent River NSA South Potomac (Indian Head and Dahlgren) NSA Annapolis Andrews Air Force Base Two USMC Sites (Quantico and 8th & I) Other DoD & Non-DoD Sites NAVFAC Washington

4 NAVFAC Washington Construction Work-in-Place (WIP)
$877M Key: Actual Projected Out year Projections $500 – 600M NAVFAC Washington

5 Design and Construction Contracts
NAVFAC Washington

6 NAVFAC Washington Design Contracts
IPT Blue Mech/Elec/Plumbing (SB): 5-yr, $7.5M; Expires JAN 2014 Consolidated MEP IDIQ: 5-yr, $30M; Scheduled for award FEB 2014 IPT Blue Arch Design (8a): 5-yr, $7.5M; Expires SEP 2014 IPT Blue Arch/Eng - MILCON (LB): 5-yr, $7.5M; Expires JAN 2014 Arch/Eng – Explosives(LB): 5-yr, $8M; Expires SEP 2014 IPT Blue Civil/Struc (LB): 5-yr, $7.5M; Expires MAY 2016 Gen/Admin Facs (LB): 5-yr, $30M; Expires JUL 2015 Synopsis for new 5-yr, $75M contract scheduled for Q3, 2013 release Industrial Facs (LB): 5-yr, $30M; Expires NOV 2015 NAVFAC Washington

7 NAVFAC Washington Construction Contracts
Multiple Award Construction Contracts Large Business MACC Five Contracts. 5-yr, $750M; Expires DEC 2014 $10M - $30M Range Per Task Order Small Business MACC 5-yr, $500M; Expires FEB 2015 $2M - $10M Range Per Task Order 8(a) MACC Seven Contracts. Initial Contract awarded AUG 2012 3-yr, $120M; Expires AUG 2015 $100K - $2M Range Per Delivery Order NAVFAC Washington

8 NAVFAC Washington Construction Contracts
Paving IDQ’s NSA Washington, NSA Bethesda and MCB Quantico 5-yr, $30M; Expires JAN 2016 NSA South Potomac and NSA Patuxent River 3-yr, $18M: Expires AUG 2014 Roofing IDIQ 3-yr, $12M; Expires FEB 2015 Job Order Contracts (JOC) 2 Contracts (Blue and Gold) 5-yr, $97.5M each Awarded Jan 2013, currently under protest NAVFAC Washington

9 Future Projects NAVFAC Washington

10 NAVFAC Washington FY-13 MILCON
and Defense Program Projects in Red have already been solicited NAVFAC Washington

11 NAVFAC Washington FY-14 MILCON
and Defense Program NAVFAC Washington

12 Small Business Opportunities
NAVFAC Washington

13 Small Business Information
Small Business Opportunities in Prime Contracting and Subcontracting NAVFAC Washington Prime Contracting Goals for FY13: Small Business – 34% HUBZone – 2.3% Small Disadvantaged Business – 23% Women-Owned Small Business – 6.6% Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business – 2.5% A/E Opportunities Posted on FedBizOpps (www.FBO.gov) and Navy Electronic Commerce Online (www.neco.navy.mil) RESPOND to Sources Sought Notices ! NAVFAC Washington

14 Small Business Information
Visit NAVFAC’s Small Business Website: Long Range Acquisition Forecasts Lists of Prime Contracts with Large Businesses and Small Businesses MILCON Forecasts WOSB and SDVOSB Directories https://smallbusiness.navfac.navy.mil For additional information contact: Allie Hernandez, Deputy for Small Business, or NAVFAC Washington

15 NAVFAC LEED Policy In Spring of 2011, Secretary of the Navy announced at the Federal USGBC Summit that in keeping with the Navy’s goals for sustainability and energy savings that new Navy buildings would be LEED Gold. The Defense Authorization Act passed in January 2012 (FY-12 NDAA, sec. 2830) makes it illegal to spend additional money for DoD buildings to get LEED Gold or Platinum. An exception exists (LEED Gold at no additional cost), but NAVFAC considers this unattainable. Bottom Line: NAVFAC will not consider LEED Gold or higher on any FY-12 or later funded projects. LEED Silver will continue to be the NAVFAC standard. NAVFAC Washington

16 NAVFAC Washington Contact Information CI Chief Engineer/BLC – Thomas H. Cox, (202) ) CI MILCON Program & Budget (CI3) PLC– Mark Belcher, PE @ (202) CI Design (CI4) PLC – Maury S. Saunders, (202) CI Construction (CI5) PLC – John J. Nesius, (202) CI LEED/Sustainability Coordinator – Andrew Boyd, (202) PW UEM PLC – David Capozzoli, (202) ACQ Design & Construction SLC-Alyson 3222 Small Business – Allie Hernandez, Deputy for Small or NAVFAC https://portal.navfac.navy.mil NAVFAC Washington


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