4 FBI Field Office (FO) Program FBI Field Offices - primary facilities for housing FBI operations nation-wide.Initially, many FOs were in poorly secured, multi-tenant buildings and also lacked seating capacity with resultant fragmentation.After Oklahoma City bombing shift to single-tenant, secure Field Office Buildings.12 Field Offices completed from OC bombing thru 9-11:Albany, Columbia, El Paso, Kansas City, Little Rock, Mobile, New Haven, New Orleans, Oklahoma City, Richmond, St Louis, WFO.Post 9-11, all existing Field Office Buildings were evaluated for:Adequacy of Space and Growth CapacitySCIF space and seating – needed for TS connectivityField Intelligence Group seatingJoint Terrorism Task Force spaceSecurity – ISC Level IVFrom that evaluation,(1) We decided to continue to utilize 12 pre-9-11 Field Offices.(2) We requested, and Congress authorized, 26 Lease-Construct and 4 Federal Construction Projects since 2004.In the first five years after 9-11, we completed 7 Field Office Projects.And in the second five-year period, we will have accomplished 14 more FO Projects.In Calendar Year 2009, we finished 5 Field Offices, the largest number in the FBI’s history.52 sec.
5 FBI Field Office Program Summary Ten-Year Field Office Acquisition Plan established in 2004.Heavy reliance on private sector funding and Lease-Construct approach.25 FO projects will complete between 2001 and 2012.7 FOs from 2001 to mid-2006: Albuquerque, Baltimore, Birmingham, Cleveland, Dallas, Newark, Pittsburgh.18 FOs between 2006 and 2012:: Chicago, Las Vegas, San Antonio, Springfield, Tampa2009: Jacksonville, Louisville, Omaha, Houston (only Federal Construction), Jackson.: Denver, Knoxville, Indianapolis, Charlotte.2012: Phoenix, Portland, Minneapolis, Cincinnati – all awarded.From that evaluation,(1) We decided to continue to utilize 12 pre-9-11 Field Offices.(2) We requested, and Congress authorized, 26 Lease-Construct and 4 Federal Construction Projects since 2004.In the first five years after 9-11, we completed 7 Field Office Projects.And in the second five-year period, we will have accomplished 14 more FO Projects.In Calendar Year 2009, we finished 5 Field Offices, the largest number in the FBI’s history.52 sec.
7 Jacksonville FBI Field Office 129,672 SFBC DevelopmentCompleted: Mar 2009
8 Omaha FBI Field Office112,337 SFNoddle CompaniesCompleted: Oct 2009
9 Jackson FBI Field Office The projects that will complete in this and next FYs include Jackson – whose grand opening was on June 9th.11 sec.109,819 RSF Award: Nov 2006Highwoods Completed: Nov Opened: Jun 9, 2010
10 Denver FBI Field Office Denver FO – completed in June with the grand opening on June 30th.5 Sec175,155 SFAlex Palmer CoAward: Dec 2007Completed: Jun 2010Opened: Jun 30, 2010
11 Knoxville FBI Field Office – in constr 99,130 RSFFedCar DevelAward: Aug 2007Compl: Jul 2010Knoxville – which will complete next month.2 sec.
12 Indianapolis Field Office – in constr Indianapolis – which delivers in January.2 sec.110,531 RSF Award: Feb 2009FedCar Devel Compl: Jan 2011
13 Charlotte FBI Field Office – in constr Charlotte – which will finish next July. Charlotte was one of the projects delayed due to Developer financing problems.6 sec.171,460 RSF Award: Jul 2009Highwoods Devel Compl: Jul 2011
14 Phoenix FBI Field Office – in design 211,237 RSF Award: Feb 2010Ryan Co Compl: Mar 2012The already awarded projects include Phoenix – which was awarded 4 months ago.10 sec.
15 The Economy’s Impact (on lease development) Example - Barry Real Estate was awarded 3 FBI Projects in 2009 but has been unable to proceed…Friday, March 26, 2010Barry losing chance to develop FBI, Archives buildingsby Douglas Sams Staff Writer“Struggling Barry Real Estate Companies Inc. may lose the chance to develop four massive federal buildings because it is unable to secure a construction loan.”“Barry Real Estate recently sold its interest in the … NARA Building in St. Louis, and may also sell its development interests in three planned FBI buildings in Portland, Ore., Cincinnati and Minneapolis.”An example is Barry RE – a first class Developer based in Atlanta - who was awarded three FBI projects in the first 4 months of 2009.Barry has been unable to proceed because they don’t have the equity needed – so they are transferring their development interests to another developer.As a “Lesson Learned” – we need to evaluate Developers’ financing – which was not being done by GSA.20 sec.
16 Portland FBI Field Office - awarded 134,157 RSFAward: Jan 2009Barry RE – being transferredto Molasky DevelopmentPortland was awarded to Barry RE and will be transferred to Molasky Development.5 sec.
17 Minneapolis Field Office - awarded Likewise Minneapolis – has been transferred to Molasky.5 sec.162,530 RSFAward: Mar 2009Barry RE – just transferredto Molasky Development
18 Cincinnati FBI Field Office - awarded And Cincinnati – just transferred.5 sec.108,874 RSFAward: Apr 2009Barry RE – just transferredto Molasky Development
19 Field Office Program Initiatives Largest Lease-Construct Building Program in the history of the US GovernmentFBI-sponsored Program & BusinessProcess Improvements:LEED Silver Rating - RequiredStandardization:Acquisition typeSchedulesReportingStandard Design Concept:Flexible, “Open Office” PlanResource and People AreasA Challenge for privately-owned, leased buildingsThe FBI’s Field Office program is the largest Lease-Construct program in the History of the Federal Government.LEED Buildings –Our standardization efforts continue. Over the last year we completed a standard design concept.In response to the new economic environment, we developed Corporate and Project financing evaluations.And to reduce the burden on Field Division staff, we are providing an on-site FBI Construction Manager.32 sec.
20 Standard Design Example Example OnlyThe first floor of our new Standard Design includes all public areas – interview rooms, Human Resources, Testing, but also meetings rooms, gym, storage, shipping and receiving, loading dock, shredder, and in the Annex (at the lower part of the slide) – Auto bays, Technical Manager and Electronics Technician areas, …38 sec.1st Floor
21 What’s Ahead for the FO Program? By the end of 2012, 37 (out of 56 total) FBI Field Offices will have been completed.Remaining Field Offices:6 Authorized Lease-construct FO Projects will complete in 2013:Boston and Honolulu – award pending.Norfolk, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, and San Diego – early in acquisition.6 FOs, currently in Leased space, don’t yet have Projects Authorized:Anchorage, Buffalo, and Seattle – unplanned as of present.Memphis, Milwaukee and Atlanta – planned for Existing building leases.7 Remaining FO projects shifted to Federal Construction.We have 10 Authorized Lease-Construct projects, that will be completed in 2012 / 2013.The Miami Federal project is fully funded; Detroit’s main FO Bldg was funded by the Recovery Act; the San Juan project is partially funded; and the LA project is proposed for inclusion in the President’s 2011 Budget – for Design.An additional $450M will be needed for LA’s construction, once design is completed.Of the 9 projects not yet authorized, we expect to be able to put 3 into existing Leased Buildings.NY, Philadelphia and SF are in Federal Buildings and will require large amounts of Federal Renov funding – NY’s cost is $450M alone.50 sec.
22 FBI Federal Construction Field OfficesShift from build-to-suit leased projects to GSA federal construction and renovationsFederal New Construction: Miami, San JuanFederal Renovation: NY, LA, Detroit, San FranciscoTo be Determined: PhiladelphiaFBI “Owned” ProjectsLimited number of FBI Owned FacilitiesQuantico and CJIS (WV) primary sitesSpecial purpose projectsDOE Labs, DoD locations
23 FBI Construction Project Overview QuanticoNew Dorm/Classroom facility – FY11 budgetHRT Tactical Support Building/Warehouse – awardedCenter for Intelligence – awardedFirearms Support Facility – under designCJIS, Clarksburg, WVBiometrics Technology Center – in solicitationJoint FBI and DoD fundingTerrorist Explosive Device Analysis Center (TEDAC)New facility to be located at Redstone ArsenalCurrently under designBoston, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Denver, Norfolk, Honolulu, Indianapolis, Jackson, Houston, Minneapolis, Omaha, Phoenix, Portland, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Francisco, San Juan + Santa Ana & Tucson
24 Quantico Dorm Project Scope 325 rooms (500 beds) 12 secure classrooms (50 students each)8 secure classrooms (25 students each)24 breakout rooms (8-10 students each)250 student conference room350 student cafeteria (dining hall and kitchen)Design/Build – FY11 Construction FundingTo be executed by NAVFACBoston, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Denver, Norfolk, Honolulu, Indianapolis, Jackson, Houston, Minneapolis, Omaha, Phoenix, Portland, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Francisco, San Juan + Santa Ana & Tucson
25 HRT TSB/Warehouse FBI Complex Quantico, Virginia Contract Award 5/3/10 NEWTRUCKPORTFBI Complex Quantico, VirginiaContract Award 5/3/10James ConstructionApprox $14,000,000NEW WAREHOUSE AND LOADING DOCKNEW PARKING LOTNEW TSB ADMINISTRATION BUILDING
26 Center for Intelligence Training (CIT) New Training BuildingFBI Complex Quantico, VirginiaContractor: Desbuild Inc.$6,500,000 (Design-Build)Construction Start: 2/16/10Est. Completion: 8/11
27 Firearms Range Support Facility New Training BuildingFBI Quantico, VirginiaApprox $6,500,000 (Design- Build)Contractor: GrimbergCurrently at 70% design stage
28 CJIS Biometrics Technology Center 360,000 SF - approx 1400 peopleOffice Building and CUP expansionBids due August 17, 2010Occupancy Spring 2014
30 Terrorist Explosive Device Analysis Center (TEDAC) Redstone Arsenal Project ScopeSupports a staff of about 465 peopleMain Lab/Office/Training 300,000 sfRepository 55,000 sfCentral Utility Plant 25,000 sfOther support facilities 35,000 sfCurrent StatusDesign Underway (HOK)Phased construction -1st phase FY11USACE will be contracting agent for construction and CM services
31 Terrorist Explosive Device Analysis Center (TEDAC) Redstone Arsenal