Military Programs PRB

Report
Military Programs Update
Great Lakes and Ohio River Division
US Army Corps of Engineers
Don Johantges, PMP
Chief, Military Integration Division
20 March 2013
US Army Corps of Engineers
BUILDING STRONG®
Military Missions Program Trends
Program
($Millions)
FY01-16
35,000
Other
30,000
ECIP (too small
ARRA
Engineering &
Design (P&D)
to show)
OMA/SRM
RE
25,000
Air Force
Construction
RDT&E
OCO
20,000
DOD
Environmental
15,000
Host Nation/FMS
10,000
5,000
Army Construction
0
'00
'01
'02
'03
'04
'05
'06
'07
'08
'09
'10
'11
'12
'13
'14
'15
'16
Fiscal Year
Note: FY11 consists of actual executed program
FY12 consists of current program on books plus FY11 carryover
FY13 - 16 consist of PRESBUD as of 29 Mar 12
OCO (FY12 and FY13) only includes OMA OCO for the Overseas Mission and Reconstruction-Reimbursable for Afghanistan Security Forces
Other includes OPA, Non-Ded Reimbursable, Division Support for MILCON (DOS) - direct and Other Dir (MCA SPT/DS-SD/ETC).
As of 16 Apr 12
What is Changing in Military Programs?
Reduction in MILCON program and number of projects
►Significant
reduction in the Army and the Air Force programs. DOD
programs reduce but not as great as Schools and Hospitals are being funded
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
VA Center in Ann Arbor, MI
Human Resources Command at Ft Knox
3
Energy and Sustainable Design
• ASHRAE 189.1 is
our standard. (version 2009)
•LEED Certification – FY 12 NDAA prohibition on
expending appropriated funds for anything above
LEED silver.
•We believe AHRAE 189.1 will get us to the LEED silver
level.
•A Life Cycle Cost Analysis, (LCCA) is required for all
energy enhancement measures exceeding ASHRAE
189.1
• Tri-service initiative underway
for design proposals
to include a LCCA for evaluation
4
BUILDING STRONG®
Army Net Zero Initiative
• Provides a holistic approach for ENERGY,
WATER, and WASTE at Army installations
• Enables the Army to appropriately steward
available resources, manage costs and provide
Soldiers, Families and Civilians w/sustainable
future
Net Zero approach is
comprised of five
interrelated steps:
 reduction
 re-purpose
 recycling and
composting
 energy recovery
 disposal
Each step is a link towards
Achieving Net Zero.
5
BUILDING STRONG®
Renewable and Alternative Energy
Production for Federal Installations
HNC IDIQ
• Supports the DOD goal to produce or consume 25 percent of its
total energy use from renewable sources by year 2025
• Purpose is to procure reliable, locally generated, renewable and
alternative energy through power purchase agreements or other
contractual equivalents
• Intent of the government to purchase energy produced; not to
acquire generation assets
• Allows for the purchase of energy up to $7B total over a period
of 30 years or less from renewable energy plants that are
constructed and operated by contractors using private sector
financing
6
BUILDING STRONG®
Look into the Future

FY14 Facility Investment Strategy
 Sufficient facilities to meet mission at least cost with
acceptable quality and quantity
 Adjust Grow the Army mindset to a more
constrained resource environment
 Provide basis for future MILCON by focusing
investments of reduced resources on leadership
priorities

ACSIM controlled Sustainment, Restoration and
Modernization (SRM) Program of ~$500M/year
7
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
8
LRD Military Integration Division Mission Areas

Military Construction (MILCON) - $450M-$550M/yr
►Army/Army Reserve
►Air Force/Air
Force Reserve
►Other DOD Agencies (DoD Med, DoDDs, SOF, …)

Installation Support – up to $200M/yr

Environmental - ~$110M-$140M/yr
►Formerly
Used Defense Sites Program (FUDS)
►IRP/MMRP* - Active Sites
►Environmental Quality (EQ) – Active Sites
►Base Realignment And Closure (BRAC) – Legacy/2005
►Formerly Used Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP- Civil)
►Superfund/Environmental IIS (Civil)

Interagency and International Services (IIS) - ~$100M/yr
9
*IRP = Installation Restoration Program/MMRP = Military Munitions Response Program
LRD Military Outlook: Total Military Program
1600
1400
1200
1000
MILCON
$M
BRAC
ARRA
800
Other O&M
Environmental
600
IIS
400
200
0
FY10
FY11
FY12
FY13
10
FY14
FY15
LRD MILCON Programs
N
15 Installations
Anchor Installations
Michigan
Other Installations
Army
Air Force
Other DoD
Lima ATP
Michigan
Selfridge ANG
(BRAC05)
Grissom ARB
Detroit Arsenal
Youngstown ARB
Rock Island Arsenal
Newport AAP
Ohio
Illinois
Indiana
Crane Naval AD
DSCC
Wright-Patterson AFB
Scott AFB
Fort Knox
C.M. Price Center
Bluegrass
Fort Campbell
Kentucky
11
Army Reserve MILCON Program
88th RSC HQ
Fort McCoy
99th RSC HQ
Fort Dix
USARC HQ
Fort Bragg, NC
81st RSC HQ
Fort Jackson
63rd RSC HQ
Moffett Field
Puerto Rico
12
FY13 MILCON from President’s Budget
Total LRD (26) : $552M LRD
PROGID
MCA
MCA
MCA
MCA
SpecOps
Spec Ops
ECIP
ECIP
St
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
IL
IL
Location
Fort Knox
Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell
Rock Island
Rock Island
Description
Automated Infantry Squad Battle Course*
Battalion Headquarters Complex*
Live Fire Exercise Shoothouse*
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Complex*
Hangar Addition
Group Support Battalion
Solar Wall
Factory Lighting Improvements
MCA/SpecOps/ECIP (8)
PROGID
MCAR
MCAR
MCAR
MCAR
MCAR
MCAR
MCAR
MCAR
MCAR
MCAR
MCAR
MCAR
MCAR
MCAR
St
CA
IL
NV
WI
MD
WA
MA
MD
CA
NJ
MA
WI
WI
CA
Location
Tustin
Fort Sheridan
Las Vegas
Fort McCoy
Aberdeen Proving Ground
Joint Base Lewis-McChord
Devens RFTA
Baltimore
Fort Hunter Liggett
Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst
Devens RFTA
Fort McCoy
Fort McCoy
Fort Hunter Liggett
Description
Army Reserve Center
Army Reserve Center
Army Reserve Center/AMSA*
Central Issue Facility*
Army Reserve Center
Army Reserve Center*
Automatic Record Fire Range*
Add/Alt Army Reserve Center
ORTC*
Automated Infantry Squad Battle Course*
Combat Pistol/MP Firearms Qualification*
Dining Facility*
ECS TEMF*
UPH Barracks
MCAR (14)
PROGID
Health Affairs
Defense Logistics
DOD Educ Act.
DISA
* Already
Advertised. All
others imminent.
St
IL
IN
KY
IL
Location
Scott AFB
Grissom AFB
Ft Campbell
Scott AFB
Description
Medical Logistics Warehouse*
Hydrant Fuel System*
Replace Barkley Elem School
Construct New DISA Facility
13
Other DOD (4)
FY14 MILCON Projected within LRD
President’s Budget is Not Yet Released.
Total Projected for LRD (17) @ ~$575M
14
Military Environmental
Michigan
Savanna Army Depot
(Legacy BRAC)
Joliet Army
Ammunition Plant
(IRP)
Michigan
4 National
Priority
List Sites
Ohio
Illinois
Indiana
West
Virginia
Illinois Ordnance/
Crab Orchard
(FUDS)
Kentucky
West Virginia
Ordnance Works
(FUDS)
Environmental Workload Trends
($ M)
Steady next few years but declining as
program goals met
180
160
140
120
100
LRD Projected
LRD Actuals
80
60
40
20
0
FY03
FY04
FY05
FY06
FY07
FY08
FY09
FY10
FY11
16
FY12
FY13
FY14
FY15
LRD FUSRAP Program
Ashland1/Seaway D/
RS Creek & Ashland 2
PA/SI
RI/FS
RD/RA
COMPLETE
Niagara Falls
Lake Guterl
Ontario
Seaway
Linde
NY
Harshaw
Bliss &
Laughlin
IN
Joslyn
Luckey
OH
PA
Painesville
Shallow Land Disposal Area
(Located in Parks Township)
Superior Steel
Interagency and International Services Program

USACE provides 100% reimbursable support and technical
assistance to non-Department of Defense (DOD) Federal, State,
and Local agencies and organizations

Provide planning, engineering design and construction
management, environmental services, and technical assistance
related to water, natural resource, buildings and infrastructure

All seven LRD Districts are currently providing IIS support

LRD has identified 4 Strategic IIS Customers & Regional
Accounts:
►
EPA
►
VA
►
DOE
►
DHS
Interagency
Agreements
18
Customer
Relationship
Management
Interagency Support Program
Top Ten IIS Customers in FY12
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
FY10
Environmental Protection Agency
Department of Veterans Affairs
Department of Energy
Department of Homeland Security
Department of Agriculture
State/Local/Private
Department of Interior
General Accounting Office
Tennessee Valley Authority
Department of Commerce
$111.2M
FY11
$120.5M
19
FY12
$116.3M
QUESTIONS

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