Fiscal Year Millions of Dollars USMC MILCON Average Pre-2007~ $250M MILCON Funding History USMC and MCIEAST 2
MCIEAST FY14 Military Construction StationProject NumberProject Title Cost MCLB AlbanyP954CERS Dispatch Facility1,010 MCLB AlbanyP934Weapons Storage/Inspection Facility15,600 MCAS BeaufortP473Townsend Bombing Range Land Acq. Ph. 163,170 MCAF QuanticoP1406ATC TX/RX Relocation3,630 MCAS New RiverP726Regional Communication Station20,098 MCAS New RiverP676CH-53K Maintenance Training Facility13,218 MCAS New RiverP674Corrosion Control Hangar12,547 MCB Camp LejeuneP1349Special Operations Training Complex22,515 MCB Camp LejeuneP1353Landfill, Phase IV20,795 MCB Camp LejeuneP1445Steam Decentralization - Camp Johnson2,620 MCB Camp LejeuneP1447Steam Decentralization - Hadnot Point13,390 MCB Camp LejeuneP1448Steam Decentralization - BEQ Nodes18,679 FY14 MCIEAST Total:207,272 MCB Camp Lejeune (SOCOM)P1362SOF Performance Resiliency Center14,400 MCB Camp Lejeune (SOCOM)P1391SOF Sustainment Training Complex28,600 FY14 MCIEAST Combined Total:250,272 3
MCIEAST FY15 Military Construction StationProject NumberProject Title Cost MCAS Cherry PointP193Water Systems Upgrades and Improvements44,588 FY 15 MCIEAST Total:44,588 MCB Camp Lejeune (DoDEA)P1461Lejeune High School Reconfiguration36,362 2015 SOCOMP-1396Intel/Ops Expansion11,442 FY15 MCIEAST Combined Total:92,392 4
Facilities Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization (FSRM) FSRM allocations 60% of total requirement is local FSRM allocated to installations for day- to-day maintenance, repairs and minor construction. 40% of total requirement is Centrally Managed Program (M2/R2) funds Special Projects Facilities Sustainment HQMC historically funded 90% of sustainment requirement HQMC funded less than 80% of sustainment at start of in FY14 HQMC restored funding to 90% during the year HQMC also cut and restored Restoration & Modernization funding Intense focus on execution this year 5
Mission Ensure a secure and reliable energy supply Achieve requirements mandated by Congress and the President Reduce the lifecycle operating costs of Marine Corps facilities and manage future commodity price volatility. Lines of Operation Energy Information Energy Efficiency Renewable Energy and Alternative Fuel Energy Security Developing and implementing tools to better measure our consumption Leveraging efficient design & technologies into our buildings and vehicles Sourcing more energy from renewable and alternative resources Identifying and mitigating mission risks from energy supply disruption Energy Ethos Adopting the right command practices, planning, and end user behaviors Installations Energy Key Component to Support Ethos with Feedback! 80% of energy use will be metered by building Users will have visibility of consumption trends Facility Managers will have ability to identify waste 6
USMC Energy Intensity FY 2013 4th Quarter Annual USMC Energy Intensity Reduction vs. 2003 Baseline Installation Intensity Reduction vs. 2003 Baseline MCAS Miramar-43.37% MCLB Albany-39.08% MCAS Beaufort-33.43% MAGTFTC 29 Palms-31.67% MCRD Parris Island-31.03% MCB Quantico-27.33% MCLB Barstow-26.77% MCB Camp Pendleton-25.19% MCAS Cherry Point-21.12% MCRD San Diego-13.47% MCAS Yuma-10.85% MCAS Iwakuni-10.80% MCB Hawaii-10.16% MCB Camp Lejeune-8.54% MCB Camp Butler-4.37% 7 Reduce energy intensity (consumption per square foot) 30% by 2015 relative to 2003 baseline. Reduce energy intensity 37.5% by 2020 relative to 2003 baseline BASELINE: 98.27 MBTU/KSF TARGET: 68.79 MBTU/KSF - 17.4%
MCIEAST Family Housing BASEPARTNERNumber of Housing UnitsOccupancy % MCB CAMP LEJEUNEATLANTIC MARINE CORPS COMMUNITIES LINCOLN MILITARY HOUSING AMCC – 4647 (currently 4378) Lincoln – 560 (currently 478) Total of 5207 at endstate MCAS NEW RIVER (falls under Camp Lejeune for Family Housing) ATLANTIC MARINE CORPS COMMUNITIES 349 (included in the Camp Lejeune numbers above) MCAS BEAUFORT (Combined with Parris Island and Naval Hospital for Family Housing) ATLANTIC MARINE CORPS COMMUNITIES MCAS Beaufort – 1269 Naval Hospital – 53 MCRD Parris Island – 261 Total of 1583 MCAS CHERRY POINT ATLANTIC MARINE CORPS COMMUNITIES 1535 (currently 1625) MCAF QUANTICO (Family Housing falls under MCB Quantico) LINCOLN MILITARY HOUSING1137 MCB ALBANYLINCOLN MILITARY HOUSING110 AMCC overall occupancy – 95%Lincoln overall occupancy – 98% Waterfall to Priority 3-7 is occurring at MCAS New River, MCAS Cherry Point, and MCAS Beaufort/MCRD Parris Island/NH Beaufort). To date, 5 unaffiliated civilians are residing aboard Cherry Point housing.
MCICOM-NAVFAC MOU Signed 20 June 2013 Intended to better align NAVFAC to support USMC NAVFAC agreed to transfer MCAS Beaufort and MCLB Albany support from NAVFAC Southeast (Jacksonville, FL) to NAVFAC MIDLANT (Norfolk, VA) MCSF Blount Island continues under NAVFAC Southeast MCAF Quantico continues under NAVFAC Washington Implements reorganization of OICC & ROICC offices by 30 Sep 14 ROICC becomes FEAD and reports to PWO at MCAS Cherry Point, MCAS Beaufort and MCLB Albany Engineering and Facilities Support Contract branches report to FEAD OICC becomes ROICC and reports to PWO at Camp Lejeune MCAS New River, MCAF Quantico, and MCSF Blount Island are served by ROICC/FEAD at adjacent installations 9