U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Report
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
US Army Corps of Engineers
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LRD Value to the Nation
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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
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RECREATION:
83 M visits/year
37K jobs supported
$1.8B value added
933K Land Acres
400K Water Acres
785 Rec Areas
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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
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Civil Works Transformation
TARGET AREAS
 Modernize planning process
 Enhance the budget development
process through a systems-oriented
watershed approach, collaboration and
innovative funding
Olmsted - 18 FEB 2014 Aerial View
 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
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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
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FY15 President’s Budget includes $38.8M
For Great Lakes Harbor Maintenance Dredging
• Duluth-Superior
• St. Mary’s River
• Green Bay
• Marquette Harbor
• St. Clair River
• Indiana Harbor
• Burns Harbor
• Grand Haven
Chippewa Harbor
Grand Marais
Lake Superior
Beaver Bay
Eagle Harbor
Two Harbors
Lac La Belle
Knife River
Grand Traverse Bay
Cornucopia
DuluthSuperior
La Pointe
Keweenaw
Waterway
Bayfield
Big Bay
Port Wing
Whitefish Point Harbor
Little Lake
Presque
Isle
Marquette
Grand Marais
Soo Locks
• Saginaw River
• Detroit River
• Monroe
• Toledo
• Sandusky
• Ashtabula
• Cleveland
• Fairport
St. Marys River
MI
Channels in Straits
of Mackinac
Manistique
Detour
Les Cheneaux Island
Grays Reef
Gladstone
Little Bay de noc
Mackinac Island
Mackinac City
Cheboygan
St. James
Cross Village
Hammond Bay
Petoskey
Washington
Island
Cedar River
Inland Route
Leland
Oconto
Sturgeon Bay
Pensaukee
Alpena
Black River Harbor
Harrisville
Frankfort
Kewaunee
Green Bay
Ogdensburg
Morristown
Greilickville
Algoma
Big Suamico
CANADA
Charlevoix
Menominee
WI
Arcadia
Cape Vincent
Au Sable Harbor
Portage Lake
Manistee
Sackets Harbor
Tawas Bay
Two Rivers
Manitowoc
Port Austin
Point Lookout
Port Ontario
Ludington
Sheboygan
Pentwater
Harbor Beach
Saginaw
Oswego
Port Sanilac
White Lake
Commercial
Port Washington
Muskegon
MI
Lexington
Grand River
Recreational
Milwaukee
Black River
Grand Haven
St. Clair River
Pine River
President’s Budget
Holland
Kenosha
Clinton River
Saugatuck
Belle River
NY
Lake St. Clair
South Haven
Waukegan
IL
Rouge River
St. Joseph
Detroit River
St. Joseph River
Monroe
New Buffalo
Chicago Harbor
Bolles Harbor
PA
Michigan City
Chicago River
Calumet
IN
• 60 Federal commercial projects
• 80 Federal shallow draft/recreational projects
OH
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Current Dredged Material Management Conditions
DREDGED MATERIAL MANAGEMENT STATUS
Critical – Dredged Material Management issues could
severely restrict channel availability within 5 years
MINNESOTA
Lake Superior
Two
Harbors
Duluth Superior
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.
Keweenaw
Waterway
Ashland
Presque
Isle
Marquette
Ontonagon
Grand
Marias
Little Bay
de Noc
Channel in
Straits of
Mackinac
St. Marys River
Grays Reef
Cheboygan
WISCONSIN
Charlevoix
Menominee
Alpena
Frankfort
ANNUAL DREDGING
REQUIREMENT (CY)
Green Bay
Kewaunee
MICHIGAN
Manitowoc
Manistee
Ludington
800K
Sheboygan
Port
Washington
100K – 250K
Milwaukee
50K – 95K
Waukegan
Saginaw
Harbor
Beach
Grand
Haven
Rouge
River
Kenosha
Holland
<50K
Chicago River &
Harbor
CANADA
Muskegon
Harbor
St. Joseph
Harbor
NEW YORK
St. Clair
River
Channels in
Lake St.
Clair
Detroit
River
PENNSYLVANIA
Monroe
Calumet
INDIANA
Toledo
ILLINOIS
OHIO
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Ohio River Infrastructure Overview
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Challenges
Deteriorating NAV
Dams (gates &
structure)
Miter Gates
Deteriorating lock
chambers
Aging operating
machinery
EMSWORTH
L&D
Allegheny 6 Dam Undermining
2008
MARKLAND
L&D
Belleville Barge
Accident/Pool Loss 2005
OLMSTED
L&D
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Montgomery Dam Gates 2012
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LEGEND
Improvements
Greenup Unscheduled Closure 2003
Markland Gate Failure 2009
Existing
Condition
A/B
C
Under Construction
Construction
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LRD CIVIL WORKS PROGRAM
COMPARISON FY 2010 – FY 2013
($ MILLIONS)
FY 13
CR
FY 14
PRES
BUD
FY 14
Omnibus
Bill / Work
Plan
FY 15
PRES
BUD
5.0
7.5
3.1
5.4
2.3
402.3
340.3
388.7
272.5
366.0
318.3
78.5
75.9
90.3
83.0
82.5
78.1
84.5
404.3
481.7
478.2
430.6
471.7
355.0
444.1
402.8
437.7
447.2
437.1
469.9
430.6
431.7
456.4
497.3
474.8
956.6
860.1
923.9
956.9
866.2
910.9
811.4
946.8
879.9
FY 10
APPN.
FY 11
PRES
BUD
FY 11
WORK
PLAN
FY 12
PRES
BUD
1.8
11.0
2.4
8.6
397.5
407.4
429.2
85.0
79.4
C + IWTF
482.5
O&M
TOTAL
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C
IWTF
FY 10
PRES
BUD
FY 12
APPN.
FY 13
PRES
BUD
5.1
8.8
331.3
403.2
87.3
73.0
486.8
516.5
457.6
443.1
941.9
940.9
 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
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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
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LRD Flood Risk Management/Dam Safety Construction Projects
Dover Dam:
Muskingum River, OH
$60M Estimated Federal Cost
Dam Safety Assurance
McCook & Thornton Reservoir:
Cook County, IL
$677M Estimated Federal Cost
Construction of 2 reservoirs
Floodwater storage > 14B gal.
Impacts 341 Sq. Miles
Buffalo
Chicago
Detroit
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
Pittsburgh
Rough River Lake, KY
$149M Estimated Federal Cost
Major Rehabilitation
Cincinnati
Huntington
Bluestone Dam:
Bluestone Lake, WV
$475M Estimated Federal Cost
Dam Safety Assurance
Louisville
CINCINNATI (DIV HQ)
BUFFALO (LRB)
Cumberland River
CHICAGO (LRC)
DETROIT (LRE)
HUNTINGTON (LRH)
Nashville
Center Hill Dam:
Caney Fork River, DeKalb Co, TN
$295M Estimated Federal Cost
Dam Safety Assurance
Tennessee River
LOUISVILLE (LRL)
NASHVILLE (LRN)
PITTSBURGH (LRP)
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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
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
Buffalo
Detroit
Chicago
Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
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
Huntington
Louisville
Cumberland River
Nashville
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 & belowdam scour protection at Charleroi
Tennessee River
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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
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 Emphasis on design and material requirements for
reduced energy demand and sustainability due to
Executive Orders 13423 and 13514
Joliet ARC
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What does that mean to us?
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Installations will need support to develop
project proposals that show Life-Cycle Costs
that meet or beat new construction
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Retrofit facilities to support functional
changes – Flexible Use
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Reduce reliance on national grid utilities
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Reduce Demand
Use on-site renewable energy source
NET ZERO by 2020
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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
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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
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LRD Military Outlook: Total Military Program
(as of 14 Apr 2014)
1400
1200
1000
MILCON
$M
800
BRAC
ARRA
Other O&M
600
Environmental
IIS
400
200
0
FY10
FY11
FY12
FY13
15
FY14
FY15
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Military Architect and Design to be Advertised in
Next 12 Months
• 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.
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LRD FY15 & Prior Construction to be Advertised in Next
12 Months
PROGID
Army
Army
Army
SOF
SOF
Army Reserve
Army Reserve
Army Reserve
Army Reserve
Army Reserve
Army Reserve
Army Reserve
Army Reserve
Army Reserve
Army Reserve
Army Reserve
Army Reserve
Army Reserve
Army Reserve
Army Reserve
Army Family Housing
Air Force
Air Force Reserve
Air Force Reserve
Defense Logistics
DOD Educ Act.
DOD Educ Act.
DOD Educ Act.
FUSRAP
FUSRAP
Dept of Energy
St
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
NJ
NJ
CO
CA
NY
CA
CA
VA
CA
MD
MA
VA
NC
CA
MD
IL
OH
CA
FL
MI
KY
KY
KY
PA
NY
TN
Location
Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell
Blue Grass Army Depot
Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell
Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst
Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst
Fort Carson
Fresno
Mattydale
Tustin
Miramar
Fort Lee
Fort Hunter Liggett
Aberdeen Proving Ground
Attleboro
Ft. Story
Ft. Bragg
Mare Island
Bowie
Rock Island Arsenal
Wright Patterson AFB
March ARB
Homestead AFB
Selfridge ARB
Ft Campbell
Ft Campbell
Ft Campbell
Armstrong County
Tonawanda
Oak Ridge
Description
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle MNT Hangar
Multifunction Aviation BDE
Consolidated Shipping/Receiving Center
Group Special Troops BN
System Integration Maintenance facility
Record Fire Range
Machine Gun Range
Training Building Addition
Army Reserve Center
Army Reserve Center
Army Reserve Center
Army Reserve Center
TASS Training Center
TASS Training Center
Army Reserve Center
Army Reserve Center
Army Reserve Center
Army Reserve Center
Army Reserve Center
Army Reserve Center
Family Housing
Add/Alter Materiel Lab
Regional Deployment facility
Entry Control Complex
Replace Fuel Distribution Facility
Elementary School
High School
Addition to Elementary School
Radiological Site Remediation
Radiological Site Remediation
Facility Site Prep – Excavation, Sediment Basin
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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 Abate
Chicago – Regina Blair
Detroit – Sandra Kenzie
Huntington – Cheryl Fitzwater
Nashville – Valerie Carlton
Pittsburgh – Cynthia Smith
Louisville Military Branch – Rita Burns
Louisville Civil Branch – Lisa Bisig
Louisville Business Oversight Branch – Crystal May
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Essential Links
► Contractor Performance Assessment Rating System:
http://www.cpars.gov
► Electronic Subcontracting Reporting System:
http://www.esrs.gov
► Small Business Administration:
http://www.sba.gov
► Solicitation Website: https://www.FBO.gov
► System for Award Management: https://www.sam.gov
► Division Website: http://www.lrd.usace.army.mil
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For more information visit the US Army Corps of Engineers Web Site at:
http://www.usace.army.mil
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