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1 1 ~ Our Army at War – Relevant and Ready ~ MILCON Transformation (Efficient Designs) Mr. Donald Basham, PE Chief, Engineering and Construction Headquarters, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers SAME Washington DC Post 25 April 2006

2 2 ~ Our Army at War – Relevant and Ready ~ 24 mar 06 Facility Requirements and Standards Dictated by ACSIM Defines facility requirements and standards Dictates standardization for similar facility types Programs total mission requirements of BCT on one DD 1391 “ Direction from the customer …ACSIM”

3 3 ~ Our Army at War – Relevant and Ready ~ 24 mar 06 Transition to a Continuous Building Program Develop Regional Acquisition Plans – FY2006 –Expediency –Economies of scale –Small Business participation Establish regional acquisition vehicles – FY2006 Utilize acquisition tools that allow repetition and reduces construction execution learning curve Structure contracts to allow contractors to lock-in labor force and suppliers for similar facilities Initiate a Continuous Building Program by FY08 “Maximize time and cost savings by repetition”

4 4 ~ Our Army at War – Relevant and Ready ~ 24 mar 06 Standardization of Processes (Across USACE) Consistent and uniform RFPs and acquisition approach –Consistent acquisition approach defined by programmatic acquisition plan (approved Feb 06) –Mandatory use of standard RFP templates –Streamline the acquisition time –Facilitate the proposal process Consistent engineering/construction applications –Standardization in the evaluation/selection criteria –Streamline review and submittal process Expand the use of all types of construction –Type I thru Type V construction Maximize use of Industry Standards –International Building Code –Focus on end result; not “how to” “Consistency is vital to successful program execution”

5 5 ~ Our Army at War – Relevant and Ready ~ 24 mar 06 Standardization of Facilities Transition from design/build to use of prototype models Prototype models will be established in FY07 for standard facility types –Mission –Community Support –Others Centers of Standardization for facility types –Transition and expand to be Corps design centers in FY 07 Initial operation in March 06 Fully engaged in Oct 06 –Establish adapt-build models and transition to prototype models –Maintain prototype models –Establish and maintain regional ID/IQs for design, D/B and construction contracts –Incorporate Lessons-Learned “Continual improvement of prototypes”

6 6 ~ Our Army at War – Relevant and Ready ~ 24 mar 06 Centers of Standardization Realignment – 6 March 2006 Huntsville Center (15) –Physical Fitness –Outdoor Sports Facility –Child Development (2) –Youth Activity Centers –Consolidated Fire, Safety and Security Facility –Fire Station –Army Community Service Center –Bowling Center RFP –Hazard Material Storage –Close Combat Tactical Trainer –Mil. Ops. Urban Terrain Facility –Training Ranges –Battle Cmd Training Ctr. –Training Support Ctr. Louisville District/LRD (2) –Army Reserve Centers –Operational Readiness Training Complex Norfolk District/NAD (7) –General Instructional Facility –Classroom 21 –Enlisted personnel Dining Facility –Mil. Entrance Processing Stations –Family Housing RFP –Information Systems Facility –Criminal Investigation Facility Omaha District/NWD (2) –Religious Facilities –Access Control Points

7 7 ~ Our Army at War – Relevant and Ready ~ 24 mar 06 Centers of Standardization (cont) Mobile District/SAD (2) –Aviation – Vertical Construction –4 Star HQ Facility Savannah District/SAD (6) –Company Operations Facility –Tactical Equipment Maintenance –Brigade Operations Complex –Brigade/ Battalion HQ: Admin –Cmd./Control : UEy and Corps (UEx) HQ: Admin/Operations –Deployment Facility Honolulu District/POD (2) –Unaccompanied Officers Quarters –Transient Officers Quarters Ft. Worth District/SWD (5) –Unaccompanied Enlisted Personnel Housing –Basic Combat Training Complex/One Station Unit Trainee –Advanced individual Training Complex –General Purpose Warehouse –Central Issue Warehouse

8 8 ~ Our Army at War – Relevant and Ready ~ 24 mar 06 Centers of Standardization/Design Centers Primary Responsibilities for HQDA –Development of technical solutions that meet facility functional requirements –Develops standard designs –Enforcer of Army Standards (ACSIM is approving authority for waivers to Army standards) Primary Responsibilities for USACE: –Become the design centers for the their assigned standard facilities –Maintain Model RFP statements of work –Become technical resource for executing districts –Establish regional IDIQ contracts for services associated w/ assigned facility types

9 9 ~ Our Army at War – Relevant and Ready ~ 24 mar 06 Product-Line Design/Build IDIQ Contracts Capitalizes on industry strengths and best practices Encourages non-traditional builders to compete Provides separable contract packages for small business opportunities and set-aside programs Provides repeat business incentive for good performance Repetitive nature work reduces learning curve, providing for lower cost, faster delivery and improved quality Facilitates incorporation of lessons learned into future task orders Maximizes sustainability opportunities Allows supporting District to concentrate on one or two product lines and become the expert within the region

10 10 ~ Our Army at War – Relevant and Ready ~ 24 mar 06 PACIFIC Aberdeen Ft Belvoir Ft Leavenworth Ft Meade Ft Lee Ft Eustis Picatinny Ft Bragg / Pope AFB Ft Sam Houston Redstone Ft Knox Ft Campbell Rock Island Ft Sill Ft Rucker Ft Jackson Ft Benning Ft Leonard Wood West Point The Challenge … Permanent facilities faster, better, cheaper and greener Detroit Arsenal 140,000+ people restationing Ft Stewart Hunter Army Airfield Fort Drum Ft Irwin Ft Polk Ft Wainwright Ft Lewis Ft Bliss Ft Carson Ft Richardson Ft Riley Schofield Bks Ft Hood Ft Huachuca

11 11 ~ Our Army at War – Relevant and Ready ~ 24 mar 06 Expanded Use of Manufactured Solutions Manufactured solutions for permanent construction includes: –Pre-engineered –Modular –Tilt-up/panel Expanded list of construction solutions Acquisition alternatives: –Contract directly for certain facility types –Creation of preferred provider lists –Multiple Basic Ordering Agreements (BOA) –Right size contracts to meet Small Business requirements Still meet Army quality and sustainability standards “Viable alternative to conventional construction”

12 12 ~ Our Army at War – Relevant and Ready ~ 24 mar 06 Transitioning to Full MT Implementation (FY ) FY2006: –BRAC 2005 execution Utilization of Model RFP (for mission facilities) –Utilize industry standards –Performance specifications Type1 thru Type V construction Use fast-track design – build Ft. Bliss BCT and Infrastructure FT Carson BCT FT Knox BCT –2006 MCA execution (Pilot-test) Ft Campbell MFAB –Use appropriate acquisition tools to design and construct unique stand alone facilities FY2007: –Use MT concepts to maximum extent on all MCA and BRAC 05 projects –Use Type 1 thru Type V construction on selected DLA and TMA projects –Use appropriate acquisition tools to design and construct unique stand alone facilities USACE must implement MT rapidly

13 13 ~ Our Army at War – Relevant and Ready ~ 24 mar 06 Basis of Design/Construction – Implications for DoD Analytical Models and Program Goals 15% cost savings and 30% time savings Facilities with 50 year life cycle Lower unit costs for primary facilities provides a greater ability to absorb market vagaries Sustainable and adaptable facilities with lower life-cycle costs

14 14 ~ Our Army at War – Relevant and Ready ~ 24 mar 06


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