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1 US Army Corps of Engineers BUILDING STRONG ® U.S. Army Corps of Engineers presentation to AZ Elite SDVOB Business Trade Summit Show Yuma, AZ Mary Spencer Small Business Specialist Los Angeles District US Army Corps of Engineers 03 March 2010

2 BUILDING STRONG ® You may not know us…. but you are familiar with our work Nellis AFB Dormitory Border Fence LA River Port of Los Angeles Rio Salado Prado Dam

3 BUILDING STRONG ® Afghanistan Engineer District - North Afghanistan Engineer District - South Alaska District Albuquerque District Baltimore District Buffalo District Charleston District Chicago District Detroit District Europe District Far East District Fort Worth District Galveston District Gulf Region District Honolulu District Huntington District Jacksonville District Japan Engineer District Kansas City District Little Rock District Louisville District Los Angeles District Memphis District Middle East District Mobile District Nashville District New England District New Orleans District New York District Norfolk District Omaha District Philadelphia District Pittsburgh District Portland District Rock Island District Sacramento District San Francisco District Savannah District Seattle District St. Louis District St. Paul District Tulsa District Vicksburg District Walla Walla District Wilmington District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

4 BUILDING STRONG ® South Pacific Region Albuquerque ( SPA ) LTC Kimberly Colloton Sacramento ( SPK ) COL Thomas C. Chapman Los Angeles ( SPL ) COL Thomas H. Magness San Francisco ( SPN ) LTC Laurence M. Farrell OREGON IDAHO WYOMING COLORADO UTAH NEVADA NEW MEXICO TEXAS ARIZONA CALIFORNIA

5 BUILDING STRONG ® 5 South Pacific Region Leadership Team Over 2,500 military and civilians and serving the nation since 1888 Los Angeles COL Thomas Magness Regional Business Mr. Andy Constantaras San Francisco LTC Laurence Farrell Albuquerque LTC Kimberly Colloton Integrated Water Planning Mr. Paul Robershotte Sacramento COL Thomas C. Chapman Deputy Commander COL Janice Dombi Programs Ms Christine Altendorf Commander COL Rock Donahue

6 BUILDING STRONG ® Navigation Flood Control Engineering Design Military Construction Emergency Operations ( PL 84 – 99 ) Environmental Restoration Regulatory Permitting ( § 404, Clean Water Act ) International and Interagency Support Overseas Contingency Operations / Homeland Security 226,000 square miles Provides support to 8 million acres of military installations 80,000 acres of USACE project properties 420 miles of shore line / 14 harbors ENVIRONMENTAL “EXTREMES” ( in contiguous 48 states ) : Hottest and Driest Locations ( Death Valley ) Highest Elevation - Mount Whitney ( 14,494 feet above sea level ) Lowest Elevation - Bad Water, Death Valley ( 282 feet below sea level ) Critical Habitat / Biodiversity ( 385 Threatened / Endangered Species ) 30 Million people ( 1 in 10 Americans ) Population growing by 500,000 annually 3 of 7 Most Populated US cities ( Los Angeles / San Diego / Phoenix ) 8 U.S. SEN / 44 U.S. REP / 4 GOV World’s 8th largest economy ( > Canada / Spain ) CA ports = 40% US trade by volume Ports of LA / Long Beach = US No. 1 and 3 LA Customs = US No. 1 ( $300 BIL annually ) LA Metro = US No. 1 manufacturer ( employment ) Civil Works Military Army Installation Air Force Installation Area Office Resident Office OREGON IDAHO WYOMING COLORADO NEVADA NEW MEXICO TEXAS UTAH ARIZONA CALIFORNIA Los Angeles District

7 BUILDING STRONG ® Civil $ 273,735,600 Interagency and International Support $324,951,000 $956,686,000 Military $358,000,000 34% 28.6% 37.4% FY 09 District Program Los Angeles District FY 09 District Program

8 BUILDING STRONG ® Civil Works Opportunities Santa Paula Creek – Phase 2Q4/FY10$1M - $5M Santa Paula Creek – Environmental studiesQ1/FY10<$1M Rio de Flag – Ph 2A, Open ChannelQ2/FY10$1M - $5M Rio de Flag – Ph 3, Design & P&SQ1/FY10<$1M Tucson Drainage – Upper ReachQ3/FY10$1M - $10M Tres Rios – Pump StationQ3/FY10$20M - $40M Tres Rios - Phase 3A Waste Water MarshQ4/FY10$1M - $10M Tres Rios – Levee 1CQ2/FY10$1M - $5M Tres Rios – Recreation Design & P&SQ1/FY10$<1M Tujunga Wash – Design ContractQ4/FY10<$1M San Diego – Mission BayQ1/FY10$1-5M Santa Barbara HarborQ3/FY10$1-5M

9 BUILDING STRONG ® Davis-Monthan AFB Fort Huachuca Military Construction Military Construction FY09 $ 253.1M Army ‘08 = $ 178.7M Army ’09 = $ 82.6M Operations & Maint = $129 M Environmental = $ 43 M Air Force ‘08 = $ 112.5M Air Force ’09 = $ 170.5M Military Program FY10 $87.5 M FY11 $185.5 M

10 BUILDING STRONG ® MILCON FY 10 Contracting Opportunities FY10 Project Contracting Method Scheduled AwardPA Amount ($000) Davis Monthan AFB-CSAR HC- 130J - Infrastructure TBD3 QTR FY 10$1,000 - $5,000 Davis Monthan AFB-CSAR HC- 130J-Simulator Facility TBD3 QTR FY 10$5,000-$10,000 Davis Monthan AFB-CSAR HC- 130J-Ops Building TBD3 QTR FY 10$5,000-$10,000 Davis Monthan Dormitory 144Unrestricted3 QTR FY 10$15,000-$20,000 Ft Irwin- MOUT Assault, Ph44 QTR FY 093 QTR FY 10$5,000-$10,000 Creech AFB - UAS AT/FP Security Upgrades SB Set Aside3 QTR FY 10<$5,000 FT Huachuca – Battalion Headquarters SB Set Aside3 QTR FY 10$5,000-$10,000 Ft Huachuca – UAS HangarUnrestricted3 QTR FY 10$10,000-$20,000 Vandenberg AFB - Child Development Center TBD3 QTR FY 10$10,000-$20,000 Los Angeles District

11 BUILDING STRONG ® MILCON Potential FY 11 Opportunities FY10 ProjectRTAScheduled AwardPA Amount ($000) Nellis AFB F-35A Maintenance Hangar/AMU 3 QTR FY 102 QTR FY 10$20,000 - $50,000 Nellis AFB F-35 Add/Alter Flight Instrument Fac 4 QTR FY 092 QTR FY 10$ <$5,000 Yuma PG Free Fall Simulator4 QTR FY 092 QTR FY 10$5,000-$10,000 Nellis AFB F-35 Add/Alter 422 nd Test Evaluation Squadron 4 QTR FY 092 QTR FY 10$5,000-$10,000 Nellis AFB F-35A Flight Simulator Facility 4 QTR FY 092 QTR FY 10$10,000-$20,000 Davis Monthan AFB - HC-1301 Parts Store 4 QTR FY 092 QTR FY 10$5,000-$10,000 Davis Monthan AFB - HC-1301 Aerial Cargo Facility 4 QTR FY 092 QTR FY 10$10,000-$20,000 Davis Monthan AFB – HC-103 Maintenance Facility 4 QTR FY 092 QTR FY 10$ <$5,000 Los Angeles District

12 BUILDING STRONG ® MILCON Potential FY 11 Opportunities FY10 ProjectRTAScheduled AwardPA Amount ($000) Davis Monthan AMARG Hangar3 QTR FY 102 QTR FY 11$20,000 - $50,000 TBD F-35 Academic Training Center 4 QTR FY 092 QTR FY 11$50,000-$100,000 TBD F-35 Squadron Operations Facility4 QTR FY 092 QTR FY 11$10,000-$20,000 Los Angeles District

13 BUILDING STRONG ® TYPES of PROJECTS Barracks Renovations Road Paving Install Drainage Construct Dog Park Fencing Upgrade / install HVAC Replace Auditorium Carpet, Seating, Lighting Replace Roof / Exterior Doors Restore Dental Clinic Restore Building Systems Restore HVAC and Alarm Systems Replace Standby Potable Water Pump Remove and Install Trees Military Operations and Maintenance Program

14 BUILDING STRONG ® 14 Project LocationNumber of ProjectsTotal Award Amount Edwards AFB79$53,558, Vandenberg AFB28$16,407, Fort Irwin11$9,130, Fort Huachuca11$12,593, DMAFB1$2,233, Camp Pendleton37$9, 637, CA Army NG8$2,212, Navy Seal Beach1$7,927, Army Reserve 63rd7$2,255, Luke AFB1$315, MD-GMD3$2,643,981 Yuma Proving Ground1$917, Navy Base San Diego2$2,010, DCMA4$99, DLA5$255, RCE Reserve March AFB4$6,325,930 TOTAL O&M Projects~203~$129,100,271 FY-09 O&M By Installation

15 BUILDING STRONG ® FY10 O&M Program MILITARY O&M as of 19 Nov 08 INSTALLATION# OF OPEN PROJECTS CUR FY TOTAL $$$ for FY09 (Obligated) POCA / IFB IDIQ / Other # FY09 PROJECTS (Awarded) # FY10 PROJECTS (Planned) EDWARDS AFB58 $ 51,700,000POCA/ IDIQ5530 VANDENBERG AFB17 $ 11,700,000POCA910 MARCH ARB3 0TBD YUMA PROVING GROUND3 TBD FORT IRWIN NTC5 $ 13,500,000POCA/IDIQ110 SAN DIEGO NAVY BASE0 TBD NAV AIR -0TBD DLA0TBD NELLIS AFB3 $5,200,000POCA3TBD CREECH AFBPOCATBD LUKE AFB0 0TBD BARRY M GOLDWATER AFV0 0TBD CAMP PENDLETON42 $ 24,000,000POCA2025 DAVIS MONTHAN AFB0 $ 2,200,000 -POCA1TBD NAVY SEAL BEACH1 TBD FORT HUACHUCA6 $ 6,800,000POCA 50 TOTAL366 $ 129,000, Los Angeles District

16 BUILDING STRONG ®  Government Purchase Card Program  Simplified Acquisition Procedures  Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity Contracts (IDIQ)  Performance Orientated Construction Activity Contracts (POCA,)  Design Build MATOC (D-B MATOC)  A&E Contracts  Service & commercial items contracts Contracting Toolbox

17 BUILDING STRONG ® NEVADA Interagency & International Support ARIZONA UTAH CALIFORNIA CBP Tactical Infrastructure Vertical Infrastructure ( 225 miles ) Border Patrol / Customs and Border Protection Bureau of Indian Affairs Bureau of Land Management Bureau of Prisons Department of Agriculture Drug Enforcement Agency Environmental Protection Agency Federal Emergency Management Agency Department of Homeland Security Food and Drug Administration International Boundary and Water Commission Veteran’s Administration VA Support CA - FY09 $47.9 M (43 projects) FY10 $133.4M (63 projects) LOS ANGELES LAS VEGAS PHOENIX Yuma Wellton Ajo Tucson Casa Grande Florence Wilcox Douglas Naco Nogales Brown Field Campo Chula Vista El Cajon Imperial Beach San Clemente Murrieta Calexico El Centro Indio Riverside Blythe CBP Support 26 FY10 Vertical Construction Projects to Award ($87.4M) SBI-NET Support 6 FY10 Border Fence Projects to Award ($36M) Los Angeles District

18 BUILDING STRONG ® CBP/ICE/FM&E Programs

19 BUILDING STRONG ® CBP/ICE FY10 Awards Project NameBudget Range Contract / TO AwardPlanned NTP Drainage Improvements for San Diego sector$1-5M7-Apr-1021-Apr-10 Drainage Improvements for El Centro Sector$1-5M7-Apr-1021-Apr-10 SR 90 Interim Checkpoint-Sierra Vista$500K-$2M12-Apr-1026-Apr-10 Florence SPC - Medical/Dental Facilities$1-5M29-Apr-1010-May-10 Repair/upgrade Florence SPC$1-5M29-Apr-1010-May-10 Ajo Border Patrol Station$35-45M4-May-1017-May-10 Calexico BPS RVSS Design & Installation$1-5M26-May-109-Jun-10 Naco Border Patrol Station$45-55M30-Jul-1031-Aug-10

20 BUILDING STRONG ® Veterans Integrated Service Network (VISN)  A VISN is generally a major hospital(s) with numerous clinics geographically situated to better facilitate the veteran population.  There are 21 VISNs, representing 187 medical centers in the United States.  More then 80 of those medical centers are in California.

21 BUILDING STRONG ® VISN 18  Arizona ► Southern Arizona VA Health Care System ► Carl T. Hayden VA Medical Center ► Northern Arizona VA Health Care System  New Mexico ► New Mexico VA Health Care System  Texas ► Amarillo VA Health Care System ► West Texas VA Health Care System

22 BUILDING STRONG ® VISN 22  Southern California ► Loma Linda Healthcare Systems ► Long Beach Healthcare Systems ► Greater Los Angeles Healthcare Systems ► San Diego Healthcare Systems

23 BUILDING STRONG ® Tentative VA FY10 Awards Project NameBudget Range Tentative Contract / TO AwardPlanned NTP San Diego Replace Roof$3-7M30-Sep-1015-Oct-10 San Diego Renovate Community Living Center$3-7M30-Sep-1015-Oct-10 West LA Renovate Medicine Beds$3-7M30-Sep-1015-Oct-10 West LA Outpatient Mental Health$3-7M10-May-1015-Jun-10 West LA Renovate Beds Phase 2$3-7M30-Sep-1015-Oct-10

24 BUILDING STRONG ® Bureau of Land Management Tentative FY10 Work Kodachrome Road Rehabilitation, $ K  Reconstruction of damaged 4X4 road near Las Vegas Sloan Canyon Trails Construction, $500K-1M  45 miles of hiking and equestrian trails near Las Vegas Mine Closures throughout Nevada, $1-5M  Over 300 abandoned mines being closed for safety Pending new business, $1-5M  Mine cleanups  Utility construction feasibility studies

25 BUILDING STRONG ® Environmental Protection Agency Awarded/Completed Work Operating Industries Landfill  Constructed landfill cap  Oversight of Responsible Party work for EPA Motorola Superfund Site  Installed water monitoring wells  Oversight of Responsible Party work for EPA Alark Hard Chrome  Preparing treatment alternatives study Navajo Uranium Mines  Inventoried over 100 sites for health risks.  Should lead to future Superfund cleanups.

26 BUILDING STRONG ® Department of Energy Awarded/Completed Work Nevada Test Site  Radiological/Nuclear Countermeasures Test and Evaluation Complex  $6M DHS facility to detect minute levels of nuclear materials at vehicle checkpoints Naval Petroleum and Oil Shale Reserves  Landfill cleanups  Study development and regulatory coordination with EPA

27 BUILDING STRONG ® Bureau of Indian Affairs Awarded/Completed Work Kayenta Community School  $30M, Navajo Nation, replaces 40 year old school Leupp Boarding School  $20M, Navajo Nation Winslow Dormitory  $6M, Navajo Nation

28 BUILDING STRONG ® SPL’s Small Business FY 09 Program Goals CATEGORYACTUAL $ACTUAL % Achieved To date FLOOR % Small Business $355,558M55.6%32.0 SDB $285,804M44.9%18.0 Women-Owned $107,021M16.8%5.8 HUBZone $128,710M 20.2% 10.0 Svs Dsbl Vet $50,459M7.9% 3.0 TOTAL DISTRICT $ AWARDED TO DATE – $639,093,466.00

29 BUILDING STRONG ® Doing Business With the Corps Proven record of performance Relationships, relationships, relationships Understand the Army Corps of Engineers Project Delivery Process Know your strengths and weaknesses Use the Corps and the Federal Business Opportunities website Be a part of the solution - help us meet our goals Deliver!

30 BUILDING STRONG ® VIEW our solicitations at:

31 BUILDING STRONG ® Central Contractor Registration (CCR)

32 BUILDING STRONG ® Questions Please. POC Mary Spencer Small Business Specialist USACE Los Angeles District (213)


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