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Society of American Military Engineers
Washington, DC
Colonel Richard Hansen, P.E.
Executive Director, Military Programs
25 April 2013
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Agenda
• Overview and Missions
• MILCON & Environmental Programs Overview
• Strategic Context and Direction
• Project Delivery
• USACE Support to DoD Energy Programs
• FY13 Military Construction Contracting Forecast
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USACE Overview
 USACE provides value for the Nation and diverse stakeholders.
 Across the globe, we deliver positive
impacts for today and tomorrow - in
construction, natural resource
management, energy and sustainability
and capacity building, disaster response,
contingency support, and more.
 We deliver services in partnership with
industry based on historically strong
collaborative and innovative working relationships.
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USACE Military Missions
 Military Construction
 Overseas Contingency
Operations (OCO)
FORSCOM HQ, Fort Bragg, NC
 COCOM Support
FOB Leatherneck, Afghanistan
 Installation Support
 Environmental
 Real Estate Services
National Geospatial Center, FT Belvoir, VA
 Interagency and
USAG Humphries High School (DODEA)
International Services
 Energy and
Sustainability
School and Cyclone Shelter, Bangladesh 2012
Kabul Road, Bagram, Afghanistan
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Support to DoD and the Nation- Today
and Tomorrow
• Support the Combatant Commands’ security activities and the efforts
of other U.S. government agencies around the globe to advance our
Nation’s interests.
• Partner with the Installation Management Community at all echelons to
deliver and maintain enduring installations and contingency basing
• Support the Nation and the Army in achieving energy security and
sustainability goals
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Support to National Security Objectives
Emerging Strategic Context
USACE Enablers
Enduring strategic relationships and physical presence abroad
End State
NSS
Enterprise processes - tailored solutions
Expeditionary capability – regional alignment
JIIM partnerships and authorities
Responsive R&D/S&T solutions
Flexible and ready acquisition tools
Working with our
joint, interagency,
intergovernmental,
and multinational
partners to deliver
innovative, holistic,
and sustainable
solutions that
achieve national
security objectives
and end states.
Civ-Mil: integrated talent – synchronized solutions
Systems approach – integrate broad capabilities
“We must build and
integrate the
capabilities that can
advance our
interests and the
interests we share
with other countries
and peoples”
GEF
DoD Global Strategy
• Seek to be the partner of
choice
• Conduct a sustainable pace of
“presence” activities abroad
• Make thoughtful choices on
these operations
• Develop innovative, low-cost, and small
footprint approaches
USACE Primary Capabilities
• Support to the Warfighter
• Disaster Preparedness and Response
• Engineering Solutions
• Energy and Environment
• Integrated Water Resource Management
• Applied Science and Technology
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U.S. Army Engineers Support to PACOM
MISSION
Deliver vital engineering solutions, in collaboration with
our partners, to secure our Nation, energize our economy,
and reduce risk from disaster.
PRIORITIES
 Support the Warfighter
 Transform Civil Works
 Reduce Disaster Risks
 Prepare for Tomorrow
KEY EVENTS (past 3-weeks)
Nepal
- Nepal Phase I Table Top Exercise (TTX) completed in
partnership with USARPAC, III MEF, and Nepal Army
- HAP-EP Tent submission delivered to Gov’t of Nepal
2 Mongolia: Tuul River Flood Analysis scoping trip completed
3 PACOM: Support to joint exercise Gema Bhakti CDW/IPC
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FY13 Regionally Aligned Engineers:
36 & 35 EN BDE, 412 TEC
• Australia
- Pacific Environmental Security Forum (16-19 Apr)
•Bangladesh
- Debris Management Workshop (31 Mar – 04 Apr)
- Pacific Resilience DREE (18-21 Aug)
• Korea
- Support to Key Resolve (14-22 Mar)
• Lower Mekong Initiative (LMI)
- Thai MoST visit to New Orleans & TVA (6-7 Mar), follow-on
exchange in Thailand (25-29 Mar)
- Road Pavement and Materials Management Workshop
(6-10 May, Laos)
- Pacific Resilience DREE (10-13 Jun, Cambodia). Participants include
US, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam
- MeRC/MRC Dam Safety Workshop (18-22 Mar, Thailand)
• Indonesia
- Urban Search and Rescue Workshop, Deployable Tactical
Operation System (DTOS) Workshop (27-30 May)
- Pacific Resilience DREE (3-6 Jun)
• Mongolia
- Advanced GIS Workshop (29 Apr – 02 May)
- Tuul River Flood Analysis (24-27 Jun)
Alaska EN District
62nd FEST-A
Northern Area Office]
Southern Area Office
Resident Offices (6)
Korea
Far East EN District
1 / 2 BCT LNO to USFK
EN CO Humphreys Area Office
Resident Offices (6)
Project Offices (3)
India
Resident
Office
PACOM HQ/
USARPAC HQ
Bangladesh
Project Office
Hawaii
Pacific Ocean EN DIV
LNO to PACOM
Honolulu EN District
Area Offices (2)
565th FEST-A
ACO/249 EN
Cambodia
7th Dive DET
Guam
797th EN CO
1224 EN CO
Guam Regulatory Office
84th EN BN
AC Engineer
ARNG
USAR EN
FUTURE EVENTS
Japan
Japan EN District
FEST-A
Okinawa Area Office
Resident Offices (6)
USACE
Federated States of Micronesia
Platoon, 6th EN BN
• Engaged in 20+ countries
• Physically present in 9 countries
Supporting USACE
Offices
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Support to U.S. & Coalition
(FY13 Awards)
$791M
Security Cooperation
(FY13 Awards)
$24.3M
Security Assistance (FY13
Awards)
$4.9M
Building
Partnerships
and Promoting
Cooperation
Through Disaster
Relief and Water
Resource
Management
Engagement
130th EN BDE
65th EN BN
561 Horiz CO
95 En CO (Cl)
523 Horiz CO
82 ESC
643 Vert CO
34 Sapper CO
2/25 SBCT: EN CO
70 En Co (Topo) 3/25 BCT: EN CO
411 EN BN
MG Walsh speaking at 5th
Int’l Yellow River Forum
(P1/P2/P3)
Support to Others
(# countries)
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Exercises Supported
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As of 07 Mar 13
FY13: USACE- PRC-MWR MOU (promoting
cooperation: disaster relief, flood control, river
basin mgmt, environment & restoration)
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USACE Program Trends
MILCON “Surge”
( $ billions )
BRAC05 and “Grow the Army”
47.7
46.2
42.9
38.2
30.7
32.1
37.3
31.6
25.9
25.4
23.0
24.8
22.9
20.8
18.7
18.9
Fiscal Year
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Military Missions Program Trends
FY00-16
Program
($Millions)
30,000
ECIP (too small
to show)
Other
ARRA
Engineering &
Design (P&D)
OMA/SRM
25,000
Air Force
Construction
RE
20,000
OCO
RDT&E
DOD
Environmental
15,000
Host Nation/FMS
10,000
Army Construction
5,000
0
'00
'01
'02
'03
'04
'05
'06
'07
'08
'09
'10
'11
'12
'13
'14
'15
'16
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As of 19 Apr 13
MILCON OVERVIEW
MILCON FY 13 & Prior Total Program 219 projects / $6.5B
EOY Execution Projection 194 projects / $5.9B
 Army – 86 projects / $2.6B
 Air Force – 16 projects / $388M
 DOD – 71 projects / $2.8B
 ECIP – 21 projects / $76M
MILCON FY14 President’s Budget - 126 Projects / $4.0B
 Army – 41 projects / $1.2B
(MCA, MCAR, AFHC, AFHI)

Air Force – 29 projects / $577M
(MCAF, MAFR, FHAF)
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DOD – 47 projects / $2.2B
(DODM, DODS, DLA, MCN, MCDA, MDAM, NSA,SOF)
ECIP – 9 projects / $40M
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NWD
21/$720M
Alaska
Military Construction
Division and District Boundaries
(FY14 President’s Budget)
Seattle
SPD
24/$431M
NAD
21/$925M
LRD
19/$608M
North
Atlantic
Portland
Northwestern
New York
Sacramento
San
Francisco
Chicago
Cincinnati
Omaha
Great Lakes &
Ohio River
South Pacific
Baltimore
Norfolk
Kansas City
POD
12/$551M
Louisville
Los
Angeles
Albuquerque
Southwestern
Honolulu
Pacific
Ocean
LEGEND:
Div./Regional HQ location
District HQ location
Division boundary
District boundary
State boundary
Tulsa
Ft. Worth
Little
Rock
Atlanta
South Atlantic
Mobile
Dallas
Districts Outside the US:
Europe (Germany)
Far East (Korea)
Japan
Savannah
SAD
19/$380M
TAD
1/$45M
SWD
9/$374M
# Projects/Funding
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Other Special Assignments:
Huntsville Engr & Spt Center (Chemdemil)
TAC-Winchester (Africa, Bosnia, Mid East)
St Louis District - Archaeology
Philadelphia District-Brokered MILCON
Mobile District (Panama, Puerto Rico, etc)
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NWD
$259M
Alaska
FY14 Environmental Programs
($1.3B)
LRD
Seattle
SPD
$146M
NAD
$305M
$78M
North
Atlantic
Portland
Northwestern
New York
Sacramento
San
Francisco
Chicago
Cincinnati
Omaha
Great Lakes &
Ohio River
South Pacific
Baltimore
Norfolk
Kansas City
POD
$129M
Louisville
Los
Angeles
Albuquerque
Southwestern
Honolulu
Pacific
Ocean
LEGEND:
Div./Regional HQ location
District HQ location
Division boundary
District boundary
State boundary
Tulsa
Little
Rock
Atlanta
South Atlantic
Ft. Worth
Savannah
SAD
$130M
Mobile
Dallas
Districts Outside the US:
Europe (Germany)
Far East (Korea)
Japan
MVD
$25M
SWD
$150M
HNC
$130M
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Cost to Complete
Program
Cost to
Complete
End Year
Army
Cleanup
$3.0 B
2021
Air Force
Cleanup
$4.0 B
2024
BRAC
$1.2B
2017
FUDS
$13.2 B
2034
FUSRAP
$1.4 B
2023
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What is Changing and Where
are We going?
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Strategic Context
• Transformation
• BRAC05 and Realignment
• Grow the Army
Army Facility Strategy 2020
Spans full Facilities Life Cycle; MILCON
last resort
New Construction Centric
1.005B Current GSF
Real Property
End Strength
Mil Missions Strategic Focus
MILCON
Transformation
Timely Delivery of
Surge Construction
• Continued Streamlining of Process
• Integration of technical capabilities across facilities life
cycle enabling smart capital investment decisions of the
Installation Management Community
Funding
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
15
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
2020
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WHERE ARE WE GOING?
Integrated, technical capabilities across the full facilities life cycle providing solutions
to complex engineering & construction problems
• Master Plan
Planning • Area
Development
Plan
Design
DBB or DB
RFP
•
ENV Restoration
•
RE Acquisition
Construction
•
Construction
•
Contract Admin
Fit-Out
Centralized
Furniture
Sustainment
and R&M
• Assessment
• R&M
Projects
Disposal
• FRP
Regional
MATOCs
• RE
Disposal
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USACE Support to DoD Energy
Programs
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USACE Support to Army’s Energy
Program
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Achieving savings 5-10 percent better on average over EPAct 2005 levels
•
Strive to meet Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA 2007) by designing
energy efficient facilities using current industry standards that promote life-cycle
cost (LCC) effective energy efficient measures
 Renewable energy sources integrated into projects when LCC effective
 Seeking opportunities to immerse new technologies
LEED Certification – Level Silver
Army is developing Energy Use Intensity
(EUI) targets for standard facilities to
establish a baseline that ties directly into
the Army’s metering system (MDMS)
Intent is total accountability, designer ,
builder and operator
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Installation Energy & Sustainability
USACE Adds Value…
•Support Net-Zero Initiative (energy, water and waste, 18
Installations)
• Life Cycle Approach (planning, design, construction,
commissioning, operation, sustainment and disposal)
• Sustainment Restoration and Modernization (SRM), deep
energy cuts, up to 50 percent
• Support planning and execution of alternative financing
strategies
 Energy Savings Performance Contracts
 Utility Energy Saving Contracts
 Power Purchase Agreements
 Enhanced Use Leases
• Regional Energy Centers of Expertise (knowledge creation
and sharing)
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Regional Energy CX’s
Established Regional Centers of Expertise
to create and transfer knowledge
NAD - Commissioning, Low impact design, Solar thermal
SAD - District energy, Water, Waste water, Purple pipe
LRD - Charrettes, Conceptual modeling, Geothermal
SWD - OMA / SRM/ existing buildings, Waste to energy
NWD - Building envelope, Air tightness, Passive house , waste
SPD - Life cycle cost analysis, Solar PV, Wind
POD - Energy modeling, Lighting (day lighting and electrical)
HNC - Energy audits, Metering, Acquisitions (ECIP. ESPC etc.)
TAD - Operational energy, Contingency design
ERDC/CERL - Liaison/Advisor assigned to each competency
HDQTRS - Proponent assigned to each center
http://mrsi.usace.army.mil/sustain/
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USACE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION
ACQUISITION FORECAST
FISCAL YEAR 2013
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FY14 MILCON Overview
• FY14 Budget Overview Document can be found at:

http://comptroller.defense.gov

Links to Budget Materials: US Army Budget Documentation, US Air
Force Budget Documentation, and Defense Wide Budget Documentation
• http://www.asafm.army.mil/offices/BU/BudgetMat.aspx?OfficeCode=1200
• http://comptroller.defense.gov/defbudget/fy2013/budget_justification/pdfs/07_Military_Co
nstruction/13-TRICARE_Management_Activity.pdf
•
USACE Contracting website:

http://www.usace.army.mil/BusinessWithUs/Contracting.aspx
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