presented

Report
Albuquerque District
S.A.M.E. Luncheon
14 November 2012
John R. D’Antonio Jr., P.E.
Deputy District Engineer for Programs
& Project Management
US Army
Corps of
Engineers
MISSION
USACE Mission
Provide vital public engineering services in peace and war to strengthen our
Nation’s security, energize the economy and reduce risks from disasters.
South Pacific Division Mission
Build on new and emerging engineering solutions, and our enduring standards of
excellence, to deliver quality projects and services, and respond to National
emergencies with our partners and stakeholders, through inspired leadership, a
world-class workforce, and an enriched culture of discipline and innovation, to
strengthen our Nation.
Albuquerque District Mission
Strengthen our Nation by providing responsive, innovative, and sustainable
infrastructure and environmental solutions for our Military, IIS, and Civil Works
partners and stakeholders, and responding to national emergencies as an
engineering leader built to last on valued relationships and standards of
excellence.
SPA CORPORATE TEAM
Commander
LTC Antoinette Gant
Engineering &
Construction
Deputy
Commander
DPM
MAJ Gary Bonham
Mr. John D’Antonio
Operations
Contracting
Office of Counsel
Mr. Mark Yuska
Mr. David Kam
Ms. LeeAnn Summer
Mr. John Moreno
Regulatory
Mr. Allan Steinle
Resource
Management
Mrs. Elizabeth
McCullough
Dedicated military and civilians serving the Nation…since 1935
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The Corps of Engineers
Established on
March 16, 1802
35,000 Civilian
employees + 650
Military service
members
Divided into 8
Divisions and 41
Districts + GRD
Includes 8
research
laboratories
COMMON REGIONAL PICTURE
• 10 States (5 shared with other regions)
• One of the 10 Largest Economies in the World
• 10 of the Nation’s Fastest Growing States / Cities
• Approximately 18,000 miles of levees
• 46 Dams & Reservoirs
• 5 Strategic Ports
• 30 Areas with Recreation; 15.7M visits annually
• 300 of 1,200 Threatened / Endangered Species
• 516 of 1,547 Military Munitions Properties
South Pacific Division
• 4 EPA Regions (6, 8, 9, 10)
• 4 FEMA Regions (6, 8, 9, 10)
• 4 VA Integrated Service Networks (18, 19, 21, 22)
• 3 US Fish & Wildlife Service Regions (1, 2, 6)
• 1 National Marine Fisheries Office
• 13 Army & 12 Air Force Programs / Installations
• 170 Native American Nations
• 81 US Congressional Representatives
• 20 US Senators
ALBUQUERQUE DISTRICT
• Primarily serving 3 States (NM, CO, TX)
Pueblo
John Martin
Durango
Trinidad
Abiquiu
LOS ALAMOS
Cochiti
Jemez Canyon
Conchas
Galisteo
Santa Rosa
KIRTLAND
CANNON
Two Rivers
HOLLOMAN
LAS CRUCES
EL PASO
• 6 Senators; 10 Congressional Districts
• FY11 Program—$337 Million
• Estimated FY 13 Program - $342 Million
• Approx. 458 employees
• 12 employees deployed in support of
Afghanistan Operations
• 3 Regulatory Offices
• Manage 6 Lake Operations Project
Offices; 4 USACE & 8 State
Campgrounds; 6.7 Million visits annually
• Operate & maintain 9 dams
• Support 5 Air Force Installations & New
Mexico Army National Guard
REGULATORY
DAM PROJECTS
RESIDENT OFFICES
FUTURE RESIDENT OFFICE
• 5 Construction Resident Offices
• Partner with 23 Federally recognized
tribes
HEADQUARTERS
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SPA STRUCTURE
EXECUTIVE OFFICE
ENGINEERING
& CONSTRUCTION
PROGRAMS &
PROJECT MGMT
OPERATIONS
REGULATORY
REAL ESTATE
NATIONAL
ORGANIZATIONS
G&A
READINESS &
CONTINGENCY OPS
ULA
SMALL BUSINESS
PUBLIC AFFAIRS
SAFETY
INTERNAL REVIEW
EEO
RESOURCE MGMT
CONTRACTING
ACE-IT
WORKFORCE MGMT
OFFICE OF COUNSEL
CHRA
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Workload Projections
Civil Works ($ Millions)
FY 12
FY 13
CIVIL WORKS
GI
Construction
O&M
FCCE
Regulatory
IIS
Total Civil Works
2.60
25.30
25.04
0.70
2.14
16.00
71.79
8
0.70
14.70
27.10
0.70
2.00
60.00
105.20
FY14
0.60
8.10
24.40
0.70
1.90
30.00
65.70
Workload Projections
Military ($ Millions)
FY 12
FY 13
FY14
MILITARY
MILCON
FSRM
ENV
Total Military
204.00
15.00
47.00
266.00
174.80
15.00
47.00
236.80
107.40
13.50
28.20
149.10
TOTAL (CW+Mil)
337.00
342.00
214.00
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Military and IIS Construction
Fuel Storage Project in
Kirtland
Fuel Tank
ProjectKirtland
MC-120 CV22 Simulator
MC-130 Hangar
ADAL-CDC
Cannon
Wingate Dormitory
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One Team
Destined For Greatness
Military Support
 3 Air Force Bases in NM
Holloman AFB
Cannon AFB
Kirtland AFB
 NM National Guard
 Support to SPL
Luke AFB
Davis-Monthan AFB
MC-130 Hangar
 Support to SWF
Ft. Bliss
White Sands Missile Range
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MILCON Out Year FY13
PROJECT
CAFB
Medical/Dental
Clinic Replacement
CAFB SOF ACRECAP Combat
Parking Apron
HAFB MQ-9
Maintenance
Hangar
FY
ACQ
PA ($000)
13
DB
$ 70,173
13
BV
$ 21,800
13
DB
$ 24,000
Total
$ 115,973
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MILCON Out Year FY14
PROJECT
CAFB Construct AT/FP
Gate Complex
CAFB Satellite Dining
Facility
CAFB Family Support
Center
CAFB 144PN Dormitory
HAFB F-16 Aircraft
Covered Washrack &
Pad
HAFB Hydrant Fuel
System
KAFB Nuclear Systems
Wing Ph II
FY
ACQ
PA ($000)
14
DB
$12,300
14
DB
$6,600
14
DB
$4,650
14
DB
$22,000
14
DB
$2,250
14
DBB
$20,000
14
DB
$30,500
Total
$98,300
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MILCON Out Year FY15 +
PROJECT
CAFB SOF Squadron Operations
Facility (CV-22)
CAFB SOF Fuselage Trainer Facility
(MC-130W)
CAFB SOF AFSOTC Squadron
Operations
CAFB SOF C-130 2-Bay Hangar/AMU
CAFB SOF Fuselage Trainer Facility
(CV-22)
CAFB SOF C-130 Parking Apron
(RECAP) Ph II
HAFB Medical Clinic Replacement
HAFB 192 PN Dormitory
KAFB AFOTEC HQ Facility
KAFB 550th Operations Facility
(revision)
KAFB 512th Operations Facility
FY
ACQ
PA ($000)
14-16
BV
$14,400
14-16
BV
$3,300
14-16
BV
$16,100
14-16
BV
$27,225
14-16
BV
$2,759
14-16
TBD
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TBD
BV
DB
DB
DB
$10,395
$58,986
$22,000
$25,000
TBD
DB
$12,900
TBD
DB
$ 5,000
Total
$198,065
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Inter-Agency Support

Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)
BIA working out Interagency Agreement issues

Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
Presidio , TX Border Patrol Station (BPS) $16.0M (on hold)
Preferred and Alternate Site Selected
(Awarded 59 miles of Pedestrian Fence and 77 miles of Vehicular
Fence in the amount of $370 Million during FY08 and FY09)

National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) UNK
IA for project specific support of the CMRR
Ensure best practices of design engineering, cost control, construction
quality and safety
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Operating
Projects (aka:
“Dams”)
• Arkansas Basin
– John Martin
– Trinidad
• Rio Grande Basin
– Abiquiu
– Cochiti
– Galisteo
– Jemez Canyon
• South Canadian Basin
– Conchas
• Pecos Basin
– Santa Rosa
– Two Rivers
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SPA Contracting Division’s
Mission
Contracting Division is responsible for the management of
the District's acquisition activities. Serves as
consultant/advisor to the District Commander and District
technical and supporting staff on all policy matters
pertaining to acquisition.
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SPA Contracting Capability
Architect-Engineering Services
Contractor
Remaining Capacity
Expiration Date
$ 12,000,000
$ 1,712,722
8/09/2014
Jacobs Engineering $12,000,000
$ 6,632,898
8/24/2014
Huitt - Zollars, Inc.
$12,000,000
$3,024,851
12/08/2014
Burns & McDonnell
$12,000,000
$ 5,203,901
1/15/2015
Southwest Water
Design, L.L.C
$ 6,000,000
$ 5,270,118
6/03/2014
Wilson & Company
$ 8,000,000
$ 3,144,546
6/29/2014
Tetra Tech
$12,000,000
$ 3,224,153
1/07/2013
CH2M Hill, Inc.
Original Capacity
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MEGA MATOCS
Environmental Remediation Services






$25M Capacity
Competitive 8(a) Set Aside
10 August 2012 – Solicitation Issued
Proposals Received 4 Oct 12
November 2012 Award
Coverage – SPD Region
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MEGA MATOCS
Environmental Consulting Services
 $50M Capacity
 Competitive 8(a) Set Aside
 Anticipated Solicitation 2nd Quarter FY13
(still under discussion with SPL & SPK)
 Coverage – SPD Region
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Small Business Goals
Small Business Goal Progression
70.00%
60.00%
Percentage
50.00%
40.00%
30.00%
20.00%
10.00%
0.00%
SPA Goal
SPA Actual
Small Business (SB)
Small
Disadvantaged
Business (SDB)
Woman-Owned
Small Business
(WOSB)
41.00%
63.32%
20.00%
34.85%
10.00%
17.90%
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Historically
Underutilized
Business Zone
(HUBZ)
10.75%
23.95%
Service Disabled
Veteran-Owned
Small Business
(SDVOSB)
3.00%
3.80%
Doing Business With The
Albuquerque District
 Albuquerque District Contracting Office
David Kam, Chief of Contracting Division: (505) 342-3458
Leslie Molina, Supervisory Contract Specialist: (505) 342-3460
Linda Anderson, Supervisory Procurement Analyst:
(505) 342-3451
 Small Business Office
Daniel Curado: (505) 342-3110
Fax: (505) 342-3496
http://www.usace.army.mil/recovery/Pages/Projects.aspx
http://www.spa.usace.army.mil/contracting
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