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1 US Army Corps of Engineers BUILDING STRONG ® Great Lakes and Ohio River Division Program Overview US Army Corps of Engineers Presented by: Andy Borden, Don Johantges, and Misty Jones Cincinnati, Ohio 15 April 2014

2 BUILDING STRONG ® 2 LRD Value to the Nation NAVIGATION: 3400 miles of commercial waterways 10% of US inland waterways Ohio River System: 86 lock chambers, 245M tons Great Lakes System: 6 lock chambers, 129M tons 66 deep draft harbors 80 shallow draft harbors RECREATION: 83 M visits/year 37K jobs supported $1.8B value added 933K Land Acres 400K Water Acres 785 Rec Areas HYDROPOWER: 10 Plants 3.3 MWHr OVERSEAS CONTINGENCY SUPPORT: 465 positions filled since 2008 FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT: $39.2B in cumulative Flood Damages Prevented thru 2012 11 to 1 ROI REGULATORY: 14,000+ permits processed annually MILITARY PROGRAMS: $800M placement amount on average per year, dropping to ~$600M for FY15 and beyond (KY, IL, MI, OH, IN) INTERAGENCY SUPPORT: $98M placement for 20 Federal agencies EMERGENCY OPERATIONS: USACE Lead Division for Temp Emergency Power Kentucky Ice Storm ’09 Lower Ohio Flood ‘11 Tornado Recovery ‘11 Super Storm Sandy ’12 Winter Storms ‘13

3 BUILDING STRONG ® 3 Civil Works Transformation TARGET AREAS  Modernize planning process  Enhance the budget development process through a systems-oriented watershed approach, collaboration and innovative funding  Evaluate the current and required portfolio of water resources projects through a smart infrastructure strategy to deliver solutions to water resources problems  Improve methods of delivery Olmsted - 18 FEB 2014 Aerial View

4 BUILDING STRONG ® 4 Influences on Future Civil Works Program Funding Delay in Passing the Budget (Continuing Resolution): Limits new study and new construction starts No Earmarks: Limits Congressional Adds and plus-up to Pres Bud Sequestration / Budget Cuts: Tied to reducing National Debt Inland Waterways Trust Fund: Construction funds limited to revenues National/Regional Priorities: Infrastructure investments that strengthen the national economy, security & quality of life Environmental Conditions: Drought, natural disasters, flooding, = Supplement Funds Budget Transformation: Project-centric to a prioritized systems-based, watershed approach OMB and ASA(CW) Policy: Budget ceilings, Investments must support of national economic and environmental goals Water Resources Reform and Development Act of 2013 (WRRDA 2013): Pending authorization Local Sponsor/Stakeholder Partnerships: Cost Sharing Requirements 4

5 BUILDING STRONG ® 5 Ogdensburg Lake Superior Lake Michigan Lake Huron Lake Erie Lake Ontario MI NY PA IL WI IN CANADA OH Morristown Cape Vincent Sackets Harbor Port Ontario Oswego Little Sodus Bay Great Sodus Bay Irondequoit Bay Rochester Oak Orchard Olcott Wilson Little River Black Rock Lock/Tonawanda Buffalo Sturgeon Point Cattaraugus Dunkirk Barcelona Erie Ashtabula Conneaut Fairport Cleveland Rocky River Lorain Vermilion Huron Sandusky West Harbor Port Clinton Toussaint River Cooley Canal Toledo Put-In-Bay Bolles Harbor Monroe Rouge River Detroit River Clinton River Belle River Pine River Lake St. Clair St. Clair River Black River Lexington Caseville Port Austin Bay Port Harbor Beach Port Sanilac Sebewaing Saginaw Point Lookout Tawas Bay Au Sable Harbor Harrisville Black River Harbor Alpena Hammond Bay Cheboygan Inland Route Mackinac City Mackinac Island St. James Cross Village Petoskey Charlevoix Channels in Straits of Mackinac Grays Reef Leland Greilickville Frankfort Arcadia Portage Lake Manistee Ludington Pentwater White Lake Muskegon Saugatuck Grand River Holland Grand Haven South Haven St. Joseph St. Joseph River New Buffalo Michigan City Burns Small Boat Harbor Burns Waterway Harbor Chicago River Chicago Harbor Waukegan Kenosha Milwaukee Port Washington Sheboygan Manitowoc Washington Island Green Bay Big Suamico Kewaunee Algoma Sturgeon Bay Two Rivers Pensaukee Oconto Menominee Cedar River Little Bay de noc Gladstone Manistique Detour Les Cheneaux Island Soo Locks St. Marys River Whitefish Point Harbor Little Lake Grand Marais Presque Isle Marquette Big Bay Grand Traverse Bay Lac La Belle Eagle Harbor Keweenaw Waterway Black River Saxon Ashland Chippewa Harbor Grand Marais Beaver Bay Two Harbors Knife River Duluth- Superior Bayfield La Pointe Cornucopia Port Wing FY15 President’s Budget includes $38.8M For Great Lakes Harbor Maintenance Dredging Calumet Indiana Harbor Commercial Recreational President’s Budget Ontonagon 5 Duluth-Superior St. Mary’s River Green Bay Marquette Harbor St. Clair River Indiana Harbor Burns Harbor Grand Haven Saginaw River Detroit River Monroe Toledo Sandusky Ashtabula Cleveland Fairport 60 Federal commercial projects 80 Federal shallow draft/recreational projects

6 BUILDING STRONG ® 6 Current Dredged Material Management Conditions Lake Superior Lake Michigan Lake Huron Lake Erie Lake Ontario CANADA WISCONSIN OHIO INDIANA ILLINOIS PENNSYLVANIA NEW YORK MICHIGAN MINNESOTA Two Harbors Duluth Superior Ashland Ontonagon Keweenaw Waterway Presque Isle Marquette Grand Marias St. Marys River Channel in Straits of Mackinac Grays Reef Little Bay de Noc Menominee Green Bay Kewaunee Port Washington Milwaukee Kenosha Manitowoc Sheboygan Waukegan Chicago River & Harbor Calumet Indiana Harbor Burns Waterway Harbor St. Joseph Harbor Holland Grand Haven Muskegon Harbor Ludington Manistee Frankfort Charlevoix Cheboygan Alpena Saginaw Harbor Beach Monroe Channels in Lake St. Clair St. Clair River Detroit River Rouge River Toledo Sandusky Harbor Huron Lorain Cleveland Fairport Ashtabula Conneaut Erie Dunkirk Buffalo Harbor Rochester Harbor Oswego Ogdensburg 800K 100K – 250K 50K – 95K <50K ANNUAL DREDGING REQUIREMENT (CY) DREDGED MATERIAL MANAGEMENT STATUS Critical – Dredged Material Management issues could severely restrict channel availability within 5 years Pressing – Dredged Material Management issues could severely restrict channel availability within 10 years. No pressing issues within next 10 years; continue to work on long range planning such as DMMPs.

7 BUILDING STRONG ® 7 Belleville Barge Accident/Pool Loss 2005 52 OLMSTED L&D 53 EMSWORTH L&D MARKLAND L&D D C A/B Condition LEGEND Improvements Existing Under Construction Construction Authorized Challenges  Deteriorating NAV Dams (gates & structure)  Miter Gates  Deteriorating lock chambers  Aging operating machinery Challenges  Deteriorating NAV Dams (gates & structure)  Miter Gates  Deteriorating lock chambers  Aging operating machinery Markland Gate Failure 2009 Greenup Unscheduled Closure 2003 Allegheny 6 Dam Undermining 2008 F Montgomery Dam Gates 2012 Ohio River Infrastructure Overview

8 BUILDING STRONG ® 8 LRD CIVIL WORKS PROGRAM COMPARISON FY 2010 – FY 2013 ($ MILLIONS) FY 10 PRES BUD FY 10 APPN. FY 11 PRES BUD FY 11 WORK PLAN FY 12 PRES BUD FY 12 APPN. FY 13 PRES BUD FY 13 CR FY 14 PRES BUD FY 14 Omnibus Bill / Work Plan FY 15 PRES BUD I1.811.02.48.65.18.85.07.53.15.42.3 C397.5407.4429.2331.3403.2402.3340.3388.7272.5366.0318.3 IWTF85.079.487.373.078.575.990.383.082.578.184.5 C + IWTF482.5486.8516.5404.3481.7478.2430.6471.7355.0444.1402.8 O&M457.6443.1437.7447.2437.1469.9 430.6 431.7456.4497.3474.8 TOTAL941.9940.9956.6860.1923.9956.9866.2910.9811.4946.8879.9 Legend: I – Investigations C – Construction IWTF – Inland Waterway Trust Fund O&M – Operations & Maintenance PRES BUD – President’s Budget APPN – Congressional Appropriation HoR – House of Representatives SEN – Senate  Total PRES BUD: $900M average over past 6 years  Flat to declining trends across all appropriations  Does not include Emergency Supplemental funds  Year-long CR in FY13  Currently under CR until 15 Jan 2014  No Congressional Earmarks  Total PRES BUD: $900M average over past 6 years  Flat to declining trends across all appropriations  Does not include Emergency Supplemental funds  Year-long CR in FY13  Currently under CR until 15 Jan 2014  No Congressional Earmarks 8

9 BUILDING STRONG ® 9 Lake Superior Lake Michigan Lake Huron Lake Erie Lake Ontario Ohio River Cumberland River Tennessee River Chicago Detroit Buffalo Pittsburgh Huntington Louisville Nashville Cincinnati McCook & Thornton Reservoir: Cook County, IL $677M Estimated Federal Cost Construction of 2 reservoirs Floodwater storage > 14B gal. Impacts 341 Sq. Miles Dover Dam: Muskingum River, OH $60M Estimated Federal Cost Dam Safety Assurance Bluestone Dam: Bluestone Lake, WV $475M Estimated Federal Cost Dam Safety Assurance East Branch Clarion River Lake, PA: $280M Estimated Federal Cost Dam Safety Assurance Construction of a full length, full depth cut-off wall preceded by a phase of site development Center Hill Dam: Caney Fork River, DeKalb Co, TN $295M Estimated Federal Cost Dam Safety Assurance LRD Flood Risk Management/Dam Safety Construction Projects CINCINNATI (DIV HQ) BUFFALO (LRB) CHICAGO (LRC) DETROIT (LRE) HUNTINGTON (LRH) LOUISVILLE (LRL) NASHVILLE (LRN) PITTSBURGH (LRP) Rough River Lake, KY $149M Estimated Federal Cost Major Rehabilitation 9

10 BUILDING STRONG ® 10 BUILDING STRONG ® Lake Superior Lake Michigan Lake Huron Lake Erie Lake Ontario Ohio River Cumberland River Tennessee River Chicago Detroit Buffalo Pittsburgh Huntington Louisville Nashville Cincinnati Chicago Ship & Sanitary Cannel: Romeoville, IL in Cook County aka – Asian Carp Barrier $212M Estimated Federal Cost Dispersal barrier system developed to prevent the spread of invasive fish species Locks & Dams 2, 3, 4: Monongahela River, PA $845M Estimated Federal Cost New gated dam & rehabilitated auxiliary chamber floodway bulkhead structure; new twin 84 X 720 foot locks & below- dam scour protection at Charleroi Olmsted Locks & Dam: Ohio River, Olmsted, IL $3B Estimated Federal Cost 2 – 110’ by 1200’ locks & a dam comprised of tainter gates, navigable pass, and a fixed weir LRD Navigation / Other Construction Projects Green Bay Harbor, Wisconsin: Dredged Material Disposal Facility $21M Estimated Federal Cost The project will provide sufficient capacity for 20 years of maintenance dredging 10

11 BUILDING STRONG ® 11 BUILDING STRONG ® What is Changing in Military Programs?  FY13 – Project Funding reduced iaw Sequester. Still recovering from its impacts.  FY14 & Beyond – Whole Projects Delayed/Eliminated within Service Priorities  BRAC 17 ? – DOD Consolidating using Existing Space to Reduce Support Costs ► Reduction in MILCON program and number of projects ► Increased potential requirements for Restoration and Modernization of existing facilities  Emphasis on design and material requirements for reduced energy demand and sustainability due to Executive Orders 13423 and 13514 11 Joliet ARC

12 BUILDING STRONG ® 12 BUILDING STRONG ® What does that mean to us?  Installations will need support to develop project proposals that show Life-Cycle Costs that meet or beat new construction  Retrofit facilities to support functional changes – Flexible Use  Reduce reliance on national grid utilities  Reduce Demand  Use on-site renewable energy source  NET ZERO by 2020 12

13 BUILDING STRONG ® 13 BUILDING STRONG ® Michigan Indiana Kentucky Illinois Lake Michigan Lake Superior Lake Huron Lake Erie Ohio River N Ohio 15 Installations Scott AFB Fort Campbell Fort Knox Wright-Patterson AFB DSCC Anchor Installations Other Installations Rock Island Arsenal C.M. Price Center Newport AAP Grissom ARB Bluegrass Youngstown ARB Detroit Arsenal Selfridge ANG (BRAC05) Lima ATP Crane Naval AD LRD MILCON Programs 13 Army Air Force Other DoD

14 BUILDING STRONG ® 14 BUILDING STRONG ® Lake Erie Lake Ontario OH PA NY Luckey Niagara Falls Seaway Bliss & Laughlin Painesville Guterl Linde Bliss & Laughlin Ashland1/Seaway D/ RS Creek & Ashland 2 PA/SI RI/FS RD/RA COMPLETE Harshaw Shallow Land Disposal Area (Located in Parks Township) IN Joslyn Superior Steel LRD FUSRAP Program

15 BUILDING STRONG ® 15 BUILDING STRONG ® LRD Military Outlook: Total Military Program (as of 14 Apr 2014) 15 $M

16 BUILDING STRONG ® 16 BUILDING STRONG ® SDVOB - DBB task orders Small Business - D/B or DBB task orders HubZone (HZ) - D/B or DBB task orders Remarks:  Contracts are 5 year (3 year base + 2 year option).  Small Business MATOC – LRD Mission Boundaries including Reserves. Military Architect and Design to be Advertised in Next 12 Months

17 BUILDING STRONG ® 17 BUILDING STRONG ® 17 LRD FY15 & Prior Construction to be Advertised in Next 12 Months PROGIDStLocationDescription ArmyKYFort CampbellUnmanned Aerial Vehicle MNT Hangar ArmyKYFort CampbellMultifunction Aviation BDE ArmyKYBlue Grass Army DepotConsolidated Shipping/Receiving Center SOFKYFort CampbellGroup Special Troops BN SOFKYFort CampbellSystem Integration Maintenance facility Army ReserveNJJoint Base McGuire-Dix-LakehurstRecord Fire Range Army ReserveNJJoint Base McGuire-Dix-LakehurstMachine Gun Range Army ReserveCOFort CarsonTraining Building Addition Army ReserveCAFresnoArmy Reserve Center Army ReserveNYMattydaleArmy Reserve Center Army ReserveCATustinArmy Reserve Center Army ReserveCAMiramarArmy Reserve Center Army ReserveVAFort LeeTASS Training Center Army ReserveCAFort Hunter LiggettTASS Training Center Army ReserveMDAberdeen Proving GroundArmy Reserve Center Army ReserveMAAttleboroArmy Reserve Center Army ReserveVAFt. StoryArmy Reserve Center Army ReserveNCFt. BraggArmy Reserve Center Army ReserveCAMare IslandArmy Reserve Center Army ReserveMDBowieArmy Reserve Center Army Family HousingILRock Island ArsenalFamily Housing Air ForceOHWright Patterson AFBAdd/Alter Materiel Lab Air Force ReserveCAMarch ARBRegional Deployment facility Air Force ReserveFLHomestead AFBEntry Control Complex Defense LogisticsMISelfridge ARBReplace Fuel Distribution Facility DOD Educ Act.KYFt CampbellElementary School DOD Educ Act.KYFt CampbellHigh School DOD Educ Act.KYFt CampbellAddition to Elementary School FUSRAPPAArmstrong CountyRadiological Site Remediation FUSRAPNYTonawandaRadiological Site Remediation Dept of EnergyTNOak RidgeFacility Site Prep – Excavation, Sediment Basin

18 BUILDING STRONG ® 18 BUILDING STRONG ® Key Contracting Contacts Regional Chief of Contracting Vincent Marsh Regional Procurement Analyst Misty Jones 513-684-2019 misty.d.jones@usace.army.mil District Chiefs of Contracting Louisville District – Denise Bush Great Lakes District - Jeffery Ernest River District – Cynthia Smith Branch Contracting Contacts Buffalo – Tony AbateChicago – Regina Blair Detroit – Sandra Kenzie Huntington – Cheryl Fitzwater Nashville – Valerie CarltonPittsburgh – Cynthia Smith Louisville Military Branch – Rita Burns Louisville Civil Branch – Lisa Bisig Louisville Business Oversight Branch – Crystal May

19 BUILDING STRONG ® 19 BUILDING STRONG ® Essential Links ►Contractor Performance Assessment Rating System: http://www.cpars.gov http://www.cpars.gov ►Electronic Subcontracting Reporting System: http://www.esrs.gov http://www.esrs.gov ►Small Business Administration: http://www.sba.gov http://www.sba.gov ►Solicitation Website: https://www.FBO.govhttps://www.FBO.gov ►System for Award Management: https://www.sam.govhttps://www.sam.gov ►Division Website: http://www.lrd.usace.army.milhttp://www.lrd.usace.army.mil

20 BUILDING STRONG ® 20 BUILDING STRONG ® For more information visit the US Army Corps of Engineers Web Site at: http://www.usace.army.mil


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