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1 Society of American Military Engineers Orange County Post
Federal Business Opportunities Symposium 2 November 2010 John Coon, P.E. Chief Engineer / Capital Improvements Business Line Coordinator NAVFAC Southwest 1

2 November 16, 2009 2 November 2010 R O I C C Offices
Commanding Officer / Regional Engineer (RE) CAPT S. Keith Hamilton Executive Officer / Deputy Regional Engineer (DRE) CAPT J. Wink S. Keith Hamilton CAPT, CEC, USN Commanding Officer Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest November 16, 2009 Business Manager BM Dr. Don Chick Financial Management FM Robin Moyer Acquisition AQ Kathy Norgaard Command Information Officer Carla Chenault CIO Chief Engineer (CHE) John Coon Counsel 09C Vasio Gianulias PAO 09PA Lee Saunders Safety 09SF Tom Stefanik Small Business 09SB Linda Ryan Inspector General 09IG Tracy McLain OICC MCIWEST CAPT J. Campbell DOICC Dave Specht Business Planning & Review Manager Tom Weigand BMD Accounting Officer Katherine Vesey People & Processes AQA1 Renae Jones Specialty Contract Core Samantha Darella Information Systems Madeline Winsand CI01 Assistant Regional Engineer CDR G. Shephard Business Analysis Roxanne Gaffney Information Assurance Budget Doug Hunt Operations CAPT M. Williamson Deputy OPS Ralph Torres Reg. Const & Env Acq AQ2 Dennis Wilkins Regional Services Acq AQ1 Connie Ward Tom Bradley CI02 Regional Facilities Mgmt Acquisition AQ Deniese Kelly FP/Facilities Mgmt – Robert (JW) Wickett SRM – Marisa Barrie UT/Utilities – Bernie Lindsey Reserves - LT M. Tolhurst TR/Transportation – Joe Walter FX/Services – Alan Lacuesta AM Systems – Mike Petersen Information Technology Personnel Resources And Programs Lisa Mott Financial Operations Kim Naylor Ray Smith CI03 Management Services Kat Moore MS AOPS Desert IPT CAPT M. Smith Deputy AOPS Rose Araracap AOPS Coastal IPT CDR W. Robinson Deputy AOPS James Sanfedele ICOs AOPS Central IPT CDR S. Jackson Deputy AOPS Gaston Bordenave ICOs PWO PWO CI BLTL Eric Wolff (Detailed to CI CORE) CI BLTL Jennifer Tuers CI BLTL Soliman Labrador Capital Improvements Bus Line Core (CI) Environmental Bus Line Core (EV) EV BLTL Si Le Edie Jacobsen EV BLTL Terry Martin Rick Basinet EV BLTL Jennifer Dunaway Janet Townsend R O I C C Offices Public Works Department Public Works Department R O I C C Offices Asset Management Bus Line Core (AM) AM BLTL Gina Snider AM BLTL John Wootton AM BLTL Vacant PW BLTL Mike Lynch PW BLTL Ken Furra El Centro LCDR D. Stokes Camp Pendleton LCDR S. King Barstow LT A. Chetelat Public Works Bus Line Core (PW) Travis AFB LCDR J. Zeda Lemoore CDR M. Vieux Pt Loma CDR M. Oestereicher R O I C C LCDR K. Norton Seal Beach CDR D. Seeley Fallon San Diego CDR B. Heller Coronado CDR S. Bergan Bridgeport LT N. Leinweber 29 Palms LCDR A. Sullivan SF Bay LCDR R. Wells China Lake CDR S. Kloss China Lake Monterey LCDR M. McCann NBVC CDR P. Hanlon Miramar LT N. Mueller Yuma LT M. Augustyn Desert IPT (OPD) Coastal IPT (OPM) Central IPT (OPC) OICC MCIWEST 2 November 2010

3 +0.5B/yr FY09-FY11 2 November 2010

4 Capital Improvements Large Multi-Year Programs
Marine Corps Grow the Force (FY07-11, 50+ proj, $4B) Marine Barracks Recapitalization (FY08-11, 42 proj, $1.4B) Base Realignment & Closure (FY07-10, 31 proj, $325M) American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (ARRA) (FY09-10, 95 proj, $978M) Energy, barracks and child care center projects throughout the Region Includes $584M hospital at Camp Pendleton Navy Growth BRAC Net Gain/Pacific Mission Focus New ships arriving: MCMs, LHD, CVN, LCS, LPDs, DDG-1000, LHA Port Loading increases from 56 in FY08 to 83 in FY14 Realigned helicopter squadrons to NAS North Island Naval Special Warfare Cmd/Naval Expeditionary Cmd Bachelor Quarters Homeport Ashore and Q4 Elimination Joint Strike Fighter, E-2D Hawkeye Unmanned Aerial Systems Slide shows what is driving SW workload (top two bullets) and how we are executing the work (bottom two bullets) 2 November 2010

5 Future Platforms (ILS)
LCS EAD: FY11 / QTY: 1 / Status: Up to 15 by FY17 X NB San Diego NB Coronado NB Ventura County NAS Lemoore NAS Fallon NAWS China Lake LHA 6 EAD: FY10 / QTY: 1 / Status: Arrival Date FY13 X LHD 8 EAD: FY09 / QTY: 1 / Status: Arrived Sep 09 X X DDG EAD: FY14 / QTY: 2 / Status: 2nd Arrival Date TBD X Sea frames projected arrival: America LHA-6 is sked to arrive according to SURFOR PG&L list FY13. 3rd LPD-17 (Anchorage LPD-23) sked to arrive FY-12. Last news we have on LCS is 14 vice 15 for NRSW -- very dynamic situation with LCS as you know. No firm word on CVN-78 arrival to date but I have been told as early as FY15. New DDG 1000 (expect in ?) Power Intensive (PI) just means greater than 8000 amps and deep draft (DD) is >30ft. DDG, CG, CVN are DD and PI. Most all vessels are PI except the smaller ships such as MCM, USCG and T-ATF. Makin Island (LHD-8) and the soon to arrive America (LHA-6) are both 4160 but not deep draft. The new DDG 1000 (expect in ?) and CGX are 4160 as well and Deep Draft. These two classes are drivers for P-329. LPD 17 EAD: FY08 / QTY: 2 / Status: 2 Arrived, 3rd FY12 X CVN 78 EAD: FY15 / QTY: 1 / Status: Arrival Date TBD X E2-D Advanced Hawkeye EAD: FY13 / QTY: 1 / Status: Planning X F35 Joint Strike Fighter EAD: FY15 / QTY: 1 Sq / Status: Planning X X UAS/UXS Programs EAD: FY13 / QTY: 1 Sq / Status: Planning X X X

6 FY11 Military Construction
Project Type Project Location # of Projects Prog Amt ($000) BEQ MCAGCC TWENTYNINE PALMS CA 1 $53,158 MCB CAMP PENDLETON CA 2 $79,884 NAVBASE SAN DIEGO $75,342 Pavement MCAS MIRAMAR $66,500 MCAS YUMA AZ $15,590 Training & Operations $5,991 MCAS CAMP PENDLETON CA $114,340 4 $134,756 $161,420 $57,250 NAVBASE CORONADO $67,160 $108,414 Utilities MARCORPRCUITDEP SAN DIEGO CA $9,950 $108,050 3 $140,650 NAVBASE POINT LOMA $20,000 NAVBASE VENTURA CTY PT MUGU CA $3,000 Totals 29 $1,221,455 Chart is a summary of the FY10 MCON program. Detailed list in back-up May get 3-4 adds for FY10 FY09 was the year of the BEQ. FY10 is a focus on “Grow the Force” – predominately work at Twenty-nine Palms.

7 Multiple Award Construction Contracts
8,700 contract actions in FY09 General note: If a contract action is less than $30M, we try to put it on a MACC. Most FY10 projects have not been loaded and/or acq strategy has not been confirmed. TBD Jul 11 TBD Dec 10 Dec 10 TBD Awarded to date Feb 11 Remaining Capacity Feb 11 TBD FY 14 FY 10 FY 12 Paving MACC exp. 8/29/11 Fuel MACC exp. 10/6/10 NCal Hubz MACC exp. 12/20/11 Un-Awarded Future Capacity Roofing MACC exp. 12/14/10 FY 11 FY 13 BEQ MACC exp. 9/19/2011 4 October 2010 Painting MACC exp. 12/27/10 SCal 8a MACC exp. 7/22/13 7 7

8 A-E IDIQ Contracts $M Regional AE Contract Awarded Remaining Capacity
Feb 11 Dec 10 Awarded Remaining Capacity Regional AE Contract TBD Planned T.O. Un-Awarded Future Capacity 1 10/4/2010

9 Current Initiatives Sustainability Low Impact Development (LID) Energy
BIM / FIM Facility Delivery Introductory slide to (5) points

10 Sustainability Energy Policy Act of 2005
Executive Order 13423: Strengthening Federal Environmental, Energy and Transportation Management (26 Jan 2007) Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 Energy/Utilities Development in MCON and Special Projects (Aug 06) DoN Low Impact Development (LID) Policy for Stormwater Management (Nov 07) DoD Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) UFC Low Impact Development (2004) UFC Sustainable Development (2007) Engineering & Construction Bulletin (Dec 07) Adopts requirement for USGBC LEED® Silver Certification Identifies specific LEED® Credits to use on way to Silver Certification Highlight: Fossil fuel-generated energy to be reduced 55% by 2010, 100% by 2030 2 November 2010 10

11 Low Impact Development (LID)
NAVFAC Policy mandates two LEED Sustainable Site (SS) credits to meet LEED Silver certification SS 6.1 Stormwater Design - Quantity Control Limit disruption of natural water hydrology by reducing impervious cover SS 6.2 Stormwater Design - Quality Control Limit disruption and pollution of natural flows by managing stormwater runoff Better site management / planning Less clear-cutting (2) key issues: Quantity & Quality

12 Renewable Energy Snapshot (NRSW)
SECNAV Energy Goals (Nov 09) Evaluate lifetime energy cost and footprint in all contract awards; Create "Green Strike Group" by 2012; deploy by 2016; By 2015, cut petroleum use in commercial vehicle fleet by 50%; By 2020, 50% of shore energy from alternative sources; 50% Installation “Net Zero” By 2020, 50% of total energy consumption from alternative sources Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) Announced ambitious goals – October 2009 -Navy is focusing on life-cycle costs in all facilities construction contracts -Reducing petroleum use in our vehicle fleet is very challenging E-85 vehicles are not the solution in the SW Navy Leadership working with GSA to identify solutions Navy locally exploring opportunities with surrounding communities to identify potential synergies 50% alternative energy by 2020 ½ of our Installations “Net Zero” by 2020 Simple definition of net zero: Renewable Generation = Consumption Investigating potential at: NAF El Centro NAWS China Lake NAS Fallon NAS Lemoore Related to Pie Chart As stated before, SW expected to be major player in achieving Navy goals 2% overall alternative energy in place Navy purchases California electricity wholesale, and 20% of the 2010 requirement is from alternative sources Current assumption is that SW will have to exceed the 50% Navy goal DoN Southwest Net Zero Installations Currently: None

13 Renewable Energy Wind Solar 40 Megawatt Power Purchase Geothermal
3 wind turbines on San Clemente Island (675 KW) Install 9 wind turbines on San Nicholas Island for total capacity of 900 KW Geothermal NAWS China Lake has a 272 MW geothermal power plant Bio-fuel 20% of our vehicles can use bio-fuel All non-tactical trucks are using bio-diesel Solar By end of PV sites producing 7.5 MW By end of MW total capacity 40 Megawatt Power Purchase Construct up to 40MW of solar photovoltaic power production facilities No upfront capital costs Developers finance, construct, own, operate, maintain - sell power to Navy/MC Costs ≤ conventional "brown" power cost Being a good steward of the environment doesn’t mean just dealing with the issues we face in the present- but it means looking for improvement in the future. Secretary of the Navy, Ray Mabus, visited San Diego last month and stated that several goals during his term would focus on energy reform and moving the Navy toward a greener force, which will include less dependence on fossil fuel.. He said: The “Department of the Navy will by 2020 produce at least half of our shore-based energy requirements on our installations from alternative sources.” He also said the “Department of the Navy will by 2015 reduce petroleum use in our 50,000 strong commercial fleet in half – by 50 percent.” He was very impressed with what we were doing in San Diego -- and throughout the rest of the Region – to reduce our carbon footprint. I’d like to share with you some examples, region-wide and locally, of what we are doing to stay on point with him. Renewable Energy Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake, one of our installations in Navy Region Southwest, has a geothermal energy plant that produces 2,263,584 megawatts of power per year. Plans are in place to install one at Naval Air Station Fallon, Nevada. At Naval Auxiliary Air Facility San Clemente Island, we have three (3) wind turbines that provide 675 kilowatts of power to that installation. We also have solar panels installed or nearing completion at (70) locations at our facilities throughout San Diego and throughout the Region. Combined, they will generate more than 14 million kilowatts of power per year. And just to put this in perspective for you, that’s enough energy to power nearly 1500 homes! Biodiesel Fueled Vehicles By 2020, half of all the service’s shore-based installation energy use will be powered by alternative fuels, as well as solar, wind and geothermal sources. Of the 4,880 vehicles (light- and medium-duty) used in San Diego and throughout the Region, over 50% use, or are capable of using, alternative fuels or electrical power. 330 electric and hybrid electric vehicles contribute to our mission to reduce fossil-fuel consumption. One-third (1/3) of the Navy’s electric carts are in our Area Of Responsibility. We’ve been a leader in adopting biofuels for everyday use for some time. We are in fact a major funder of leading edge work in using algae and other methods to create a full range of more efficient biofuels. Two quick examples: USS Makin Island, homeported here in San Diego, is the Navy’s newest ship and is powered by a gas turbine hybrid electric power plant. Naval Aviation is also actively working on biofuels for use in our F/A-18’s and other aircraft. Engine tests have been completed and flights tests will take place next summer. They are calling the first F/A-18 to use biofuels, “The Green Hornet.” Similar testing is also taking place with ships. Promising Technologies The Navy is also looking at many Promising Technologies for the future: In Guam, we are looking at a large scale Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) plant that will provide clean, sustainable energy to the island. Off Garden Island in Washington, the Department of Defense and a Washington energy technology company are investigating the potential use of Wave Technology. In Washington state, there are also two Tidal Energy Projects in the early planning stages. Both of these renewable-energy pilot projects are planned for the waters of Admiralty Inlet in Puget Sound. I anticipate we’ll hear more about these kinds of promising technologies in the future. We are hosting an Energy Industry Forum June 3 of this year- here in San Diego. We are dedicated to improvement. (The energy industry forum will be at the Mission Valley Marriott Hotel) 2 November 2010

14 Energy Way Ahead Aggressive Conservation & Accelerated Renewables
Continue energy/water reduction efforts Owned renewable assets (small scale) Developer Owned Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) for on base consumption Energy Joint Venture (EJV) or Enhanced Use Lease (EUL) for power to the grid Near-term (alternative energy) Solar Multiple Award Contract (MAC) Task Orders Up to 40 MW Long-term Large, Utility Scale Projects NAS Fallon (geothermal) NAF El Centro (geothermal) NAWS China Lake (solar) NAS Lemoore (biomass, solar) Waste Conversion Technology w/UCLA FUTURE ENERGY Strategy is combination of energy/water efficiency and alternative energy generation Maximizing efficiency efforts will lead to reduced alternative generation requirements for the Navy NEAR TERM Development of alternative energy generation Alternative energy includes renewable (geothermal, solar, biomass) and nuclear Develop Solar MAC task orders on recently awarded Solar MAC LONG TERM Develop large utility scale projects Use geothermal technology to achieve net zero at multiple installations El Centro China Lake Fallon Develop waste to clean energy projects Develop biomass projects INDUSTRY HELP Industry input to apply proven technologies at installations Chart a path towards achieving net zero at several installations that is cost effective Potential to partner with industry to develop/prove technologies for DoN use

15 BIM / FIM Data Integration
Capital Improvements ENGINEERING DESIGN CONSTRUCTION MILCON OCEAN ENGINEERING Public Works SRM (SPM, FCAP, etc.) BASE OPS SUPPORT UTILITIES Asset Management GLOBAL ASHORE PLANNING REGIONAL PLANNING PROJECT DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING REAL ESTATE Integration & Common Data Requirements (i.e. AutoCAD, SPM, eProjects, FCAP, iNFADS, electronic vaulting, eFiles, etc.) Others with Data Needs NIC SYSCOMS REGIONAL COMMANDERS FIRST RESPONDERS

16 Facility Delivery Building Performance
NAVFAC targeting 5 high risk areas Mechanical Electrical Fire & Life Safety Roofing Underwater Structures

17 Where to Find MILCON Construction Contract Award Status
Under “Business Opportunities” Other Opportunities (tab) MILCON Solicitation & Award Forecast Updated monthly For planning purposes See FEDBIZOPS for actual solicitations

18 Where to find MILCON Budget Books

19 Learn more about NAVFAC …
1. Visit our 2. Go to “Organization” Tab 3. Select desired NAVFAC component 4. Go to “Contact Us/Visitors” 2 November 2010

20 QUESTIONS?

21 Back Up 2 November 2010

22 FY11 Military Construction
P# Installation Project Title Pkg Prog Amt ($000) 400 MARCORPRCUITDEP SAN DIEGO CA MARINE CORPS ENERGY INITIATIVE-MARCORPRCUITDEP SAN DIEGO CA $9,950 92 MCAGCC TWENTYNINE PALMS CA TANK VEHICLE MAINTENANCE FACILITY -MCAGCC TWENTYNINE PALMS CA $5,991 163 BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS/PARKING STRUCTURE-MCAGCC TWENTYNINE PALMS CA $53,158 109 MCAS CAMP PENDLETON CA CNAT/FRS AVIATION TRAINING AND BEQ-MCAS CAMP PENDLETON CA $66,110 111 MALS-39 MAINTENANCE HANGAR EXPANSION-MCAS CAMP PENDLETON CA $48,230 152 MCAS MIRAMAR PARKING APRON/TAXIWAY EXPANSION-MCAS MIRAMAR $66,500 185 HANGAR 4 ADDITION -MCAS MIRAMAR $33,620 192 GTF-HANGAR MODIFICATION (HMT-302)-MCAS MIRAMAR $90,490 306 BATTALION SQUADRON HEADQUARTERS-MCAS MIRAMAR $2,596 307 $8,050 447A MCAS YUMA AZ AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE HANGAR (JSF)-MCAS YUMA AZ JSF 1 $40,600 460 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE HANGAR, PHASE 2 (JSF)-MCAS YUMA AZ $63,280 533 SIMULATOR FACILITY (JSF)-MCAS YUMA AZ $36,060 546 UTILITY UPGRADES (JSF)-MCAS YUMA AZ $44,320

23 FY11 Military Construction
P# Installation Project Title Pkg Prog Amt ($000) 573 MCAS YUMA AZ INTERMEDIATE MAINT ACTIVITY FACILITY (JSF)-MCAS YUMA AZ $21,480 578 VAN PAD RELOCATION (JSF)-MCAS YUMA AZ $15,590 583 COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADE (JSF)-MCAS YUMA AZ $63,730 1014 MCB CAMP PENDLETON CA TRUCK COMPANY OPERATIONS COMPLEX-MCB CAMP PENDLETON CA $53,490 1043A TERTIARY TREATMENT/CONVEYANCE INC 2 OF 3 -MCB CAMP PENDLETON CA $30,000 1044 CONVEYANCE/WATER TREATMENT-MCB CAMP PENDLETON CA $100,700 1109 BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS, LAS FLORES-MCB CAMP PENDLETON CA $37,020 1113 BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS, 24 AREA-MCB CAMP PENDLETON CA $42,864 1200 MARINE CORPS ENERGY INITIATIVE-MCB CAMP PENDLETON CA $9,950 310 SMALL ARMS MAGAZINE, EDSON RANGE-MCB CAMP PENDLETON CA $3,760 750 NAVBASE CORONADO ROTARY HANGAR-NAVBASE CORONADO $67,160 401B NAVBASE POINT LOMA REPLACE FUEL STORAGE FACILITIES INC 3 OF 3-NAVBASE POINT LOMA $20,000 327 NAVBASE SAN DIEGO BERTHING PIER 12 REPL & DREDGING -NAVBASE SAN DIEGO $108,414 405 BACHELOR QUARTERS HOMEPORT ASHORE-NAVBASE SAN DIEGO $75,342 104 NAVBASE VENTURA CTY PT MUGU CA AIRCRAFT DIRECT FUELING STATIONS-NAVBASE VENTURA CTY PT MUGU CA $3,000 Total 29 Projects $1,221,455

24 American Recovery & Reinvestment Act
MILCON Operations & Maintenance Chart is a tabular version of previous slide.

25 FY11 Facility Sustainment, Restoration & Modernization Projects
Installation Project # AUTH AMT Project Title NAS LEMOORE CA RM23-91 $1M - $5M REPAIR BOQ WING D, BLDG. 804 RM20-91 REPAIR BOQ WING B, BLDG. 801 RM REPAIR SENIOR ENLISTED BARRACKS, BLDGS 908, 909 NAVBASE CORONADO RM $500k - $1M LED Street Light Replacement Project Phase 2 ST $5M - $10M REPAIR HELICOPTER LANDING PAD 2, NBC RM Replace/Modernize Fire Protection System B1472 RM274-08 RECONFIGURE HGR 340 APRON FLEDS FOR H-60 S/R, NBC ST REPAIR ENLISTED DINING FACILITY RM REPAIR BLDG 93, FACSFAC NAVBASE POINT LOMA RM526-08 REPAIR 48 LIVING UNITS BQ 555, NMAWC RM DEMOLISH BLDGS 2,10 & 59 AT NMAWC - CONSOLIDATE ACTIVITIES NF MHQ MOC RENOVATION RM524-08 $10M - $25M REPAIR/RENOVATE BEQ BLDG. 51 AT NMAWC NAVBASE SAN DIEGO ST101-07 REPAIR ADVANCED ELECTRONICS BUILDING 3143 NAVBASE VENTURA CTY PT MUGU CA RM21-06 REPAIR TRAINING BUILDINGS FOR 31ST SRG RM71-99 RENOVATE BEQ PM25 RM RENOVATE BEQ PM24 RM RENOVATE BEQ PH1184 RM6-05 REPAIR BQ BLDGS 57 AND 59, SAN NICOLAS ISLAND RM RENOVATE BEQ PM214 2 November 2010


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