Seattle District presentation (PPT)

Report
SAME Meet the Chiefs
COL Bruce Estok
Seattle District Commander
17 June 2014
US Army Corps of Engineers
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Purpose & Key Points
• Purpose: Provide Seattle District 3xP (Programs, Projects,
Priorities) overview
• Key Points:
1. Full-service District – Complex mission set; Military, Puget Sound, BPA
Hydro are economic engines
2. District/Regional Culture – Innovation, Energy-Sustainability,
Environmental Stewardship
3. District Future – Lean and flexible to meet USACE Campaign Plan in a
fiscally dynamic environment
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Agenda
 District Overview & USACE Campaign Plan
 Military
 Environmental, Interagency & International Support (IIS)
 Civil Works
 Operations & Navigation
 Contracting/Small Business
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Seattle District
Mission: Provide service to the Armed Forces & a Nation at peace or
war by designing, constructing, operating, and permitting military/civil
works infrastructure and projects that build the Nation's military and
long term economic might in an environmentally sustainable way.
On order, execute Emergency Operations in support of local, state and
federal agencies.
By the Numbers:
• 875 Personnel
• FY14 Workload $513M; ~ 65%
Mil, 30% CW, 5% IIS/HTRW
• 19 WA/ID/MT Congressional
Delegates (Civil Works)
• Significant Tribal Interaction
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District Leadership
Executive Team
DPM – Olton Swanson
CDR – COL Estok
Execution
Deputy CDR – LTC Park
Program Managers
 Engineering – JoAnn Walls
 Military/Partnership
– Ginny Dierich
 Construction – Arill Berg
 Civil Works – Jessie Winkler
 Operations – Beth Coffey
 Operating Projects/ Nav –
Wayne Wagner
Support
 Contracting – Pat Blackwood
 Small Business – Frank Gutierrez
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USACE Campaign Plan
Goal 1 – Support National Security:
Deliver Solutions to DOD & the Nation
► 34th FEST-A Redeploy
► 555 EN BDE Levee Surveys
Goal 2 – Transform Civil Works:
Deliver Water Resource Solutions
► PSNER, Skokomish, Skagit TSPs
► MMD FPP Draft BiOp & HHD BA
► FY16 Budget
► Award LWSC Gates
► Seahurst Ecocystem
Goal 3 – Reduce Disaster Risks:
Mitigate, Respond, Recover
► Coastal Responses
► Oso Response
► Interim Levee Policy
► SWIFs
Goal 4 – Prepare for Tomorrow:
Build People, Teams, Systems, Processes
► Graduated LDP 13-14, New LDP
Contract, & Selected LDP 14-15
► Established Lewis & Clark Project Office
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Future Vision . . . A Few Observations
 Seattle District – Reducing staff ~20% IAW anticipated FY15–17
programs; flexibility & agility via Region & Industry
 Military – Less MILCON & More FSRM; Service Contracts,
Enhanced Commissioning
 Civil Works – Tension between reduced HQ staff & reduced $;
hard to get things done but WRDA passed . . . 2015 KC SWIF Plan
 Operations – Aging Infrastructure; Asset Mgt vs Fix-As-Fail
 Environmental/IIS – Discretionary Customer Base
 Energy & Sustainability – Apply to USACE Infrastructure O&M
 Contracting Tools – Regional Perspective, Innovation
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District Workload & Future
Current Outlook: Relatively healthy/diverse outlook; working regionally
FY14 Workload $610M
 Military Missions – $415M / 70%
 Civil Works – $142M / 23%
 Environmental/Interagency – $43M / 7%
FY15 Workload Projection $475M
 Military Missions – $319M /67%
 Civil Works – $130M/28%
 Environmental/Interagency – $26M/5%
Future Direction: Workload reduction drives staff decreases via shaping
strategy w/People, Business, & Markets lines of effort; limited “peaking”
capability provides potential opportunity for industry
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JBLM Military Mission
Program
Seattle District Mountain Chart
1,000
 1st Mountain - $320M/yr avg FY05-10
 2nd Mountain - $159M/yr avg FY11-15
NWS ARMY TOTAL
NWS AF TOTAL
NWS DOD/OTHER TOTAL
800
600
400
Active Projects $623M (CWE)
200
0
FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18
 27 Active in Construction $377M
 19 Carry Over (FY11-FY13) $246M
Prior Year – Acquisition 3xProjects
Future Projects $20-80M/yr (CWE)
 Waste Water Treatment Plant ($86M)
 High uncertainty;1-2 projects/year
 SOF Battalion Operations ($43M)
FY14 – Acquisition 6xProjects ~$198M  SOF Dog Kennel ($3.6M)
 Machine Gun Range – Yakima ($9M)
FY14 FSRM – Mix of MATOC, JOC, IDIQ
 98 Projects Total $93.4M
 Aviation Complex 2A (Large Hangar,
 Hangar Repair 1 authorized and 1 potential
TEMF, Sports Fields $79M)
 Aviation Complex 2B (Fire Station, Air
FY 15 & Prior – Design Projects ~$18M
Control Tower, Flight Center, RSU $37M)  Yakima Barracks/DFAC (DBB)
 Aviation Complex 2C (COF, BN HQ $28M) FY 16 – Programming
 SOF Battalion Operations Facility ($43M)
 0.0
 Electrical Lines ($1.5M)
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Air Force Military Mission
BLUF: No New MILCON Projects FY 14-16
Fairchild AFB
 Potential Future
Work (TBD)
►Airfield Communications
►Base Operations
►Future year KC-46A Program
Malmstrom AFB
 Potential Future Work
(TBD)
 North/South Gate Entry
Control
 Missile Alert Facility
 Force Development Center
 Fitness Center Phase 2
Mountain Home AFB
 Potential Future Work
(TBD)
► Replace Civil Engineering Facility
(DB)
►Runway Repair – unrestricted, bids
due 10 JUL
JPRA, White Bluff Complex,
Spokane County
Potential Future (TBD)
►Command
and Control
Facility (DB)
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Mountain Home AFB Airfield Runway and Taxiway
Repair/Replacement Project
Mt. Home AFB. ID
Project: Remove & repave 250K SY runway/seal cracks,
replace other slabs as part of 90K SY taxiway alpha work
Schedule:
 5 Jun 14 – Advertise 100% designed project
unrestricted acquisition
 24 Jun 14 – Pre-bid conference/site visit for
interested contractors
 Sep 14 – Award contract
 Oct 14 – Approve Bonds, Issue Notice to Proceed,
Preconstruction Conference
 Oct 14 – Nov 14 – Start seal crack work on Taxiway A
 Apr 15 – Aug 15 – Complete Runway and Taxiway A
Repair/Replacement
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Environmental & Interagency/Intl Services (IIS)
FY14 Env Pgm – $23M; Projects > $1M
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Formosa Mine (BLM )
Umatilla Remediation (Army BRAC)
Bunker Hill Pump & Treat (EPA)
Malmstrom/Mt Home Env Svcs (AF-EQ) –
Omaha District
FY15 Env Pgm $53M, (FY16 $50M)
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Colville, WA - Border Patrol Station
FY14 IIS – $6.1M; Projects > $1M
Bunker Hill Upgrade Central Treat Plant  Energy conservation initiatives, JBLM
(DOE/BPA $)
Moses Lake Pump & Treat (EPA)
 Thermostats and sensors, JBLM (FSRM $)
Hamilton LaBree cleanup (EPA)
 Scrap yard upgrade, JBLM (DLA $)
Installation Env Compliance Services
(AF/Army EQ)
FY15 & FY16 IIS <$10M (Uncertain)
 Energy conservation measures, JBLM
 DLA warehouse remodel, JBLM
 Potential to support other customers (VA,
NPS, FS, FWS, Postal Service)
Commencement Bay, Tacoma - well 12A remediation
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Civil Works – Studies & Construction
•Ecosystem Studies – Complete 2015
 PS Nearshore – Tentative Selected Plan (TSP) JAN 14; 11-site,
4,800+ acres & ~$1B in future potential projects
 Skokomish – Agency Decision Milestone (ADM) JUN 14; 9-site,
330 acres & $42M in future potential projects
Near Shore
•Flood Risk Management Studies – Complete 2015
 Puyallup – Plan for TSP 2014
 Skagit – ADM OCT 14; Improves 9 miles levee, builds 3 miles
levee & 2 miles floodwall & $250M in future potential projects
Skagit River Delta
•Construction
 Green Duwamish – FY14 Award Mill Creek & Boeing Levee
 PS Adjacent Waters – Dungeness Levee Setback NET FY15
Boeing Levee
• Other – Fish Passage Projects
 Mud Mountain Dam – ESA BiOp 2014 w/plan for Design 20152016 & Construct NET 2017–2020
 Howard Hanson Dam – ESA BiOp 2014 then TBD
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Operations
USACE Contracts
 Sediment Characterization
 Clamshell & Hydraulic Dredging
 Revetment & Breakwater Construction
East (Hydro, Env, Flood) FY14-15
 AFD Rehab Tailrace Stoplogs
 CJD DC/Preferred AC
 Libby Powerhouse & Upgrade Dam Elect
West (Flood, Env, Nav) FY14-15
 LWSC Replace Pump Plant
 MMD Emer Gate Hydraulic Cyl Repair
 HHD Hydraulic System Piping Repair
FY14 Dredge $18.8M (Work in FY 14-15)
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Grays Harbor (yearly)
Everett Harbor/Snohomish (yearly)
Swinomish Channel
Quillayute Channel and Marina
FY15 Dredge ~$15.5M (Work in FY16)
 Grays Harbor
 Everett Harbor/Snohomish
 Seattle/Duwamish Dredging
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Contracting & Small Business
Contracts
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Currently 16 AE IDIQ w/$56.8M in capacity
Currently 23 Construction Multiple Award IDIQs w/$89.5M in remaining capacity
FY14 Plan to Award 2 AE IDIQs w/$25.7M in capacity
FY14 Plan to Award 1 Construction Multiple Award IDIQs w/$5.9M in capacity
Small Business Programs
Small Business Results FY14 (as of 6 JUN 2014)
Goal FY14
Small Businesses
Small Disadvantaged Businesses
Women Owned Small Businesses
Service-disabled Veteran-owned Small
Businesses
HUBZone Small Businesses
Historically Black Colleges and Universities/Minority
Institutions (HBCU/MI)
28%
18%
4.50%
3.50%
5.00%
3.00%
Achievement
FY14
39%
25%
22%
6%
5%
28%
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Finding Contracting Opportunities
Seattle District
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Questions
Contact us: http://www.nws.usace.army.mil
Contracting - Patricia Blackwood - 206-764-3772
Technical – JoAnn Walls - 206-764-3776
Small Business – Frank Gutierrez - 503-808-3852
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