Captain_Wink_SAME_Symposium_Nov2

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NAVFAC Southwest
Society of American Military Engineers
November 2, 2010
Jim Wink, P.E.
CAPT, CEC, USN
Executive Officer,
NAVFAC Southwest
NAVFAC SW Mission
Command Priorities
Provide Facilities
Acquisition, Installation
Engineering/ Support &
Seabee/ Contingency
Engineering Services to
the Navy, Marine Corps
& other Department of
Defense & Federal
Agencies
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NAVFAC FY-09 Workload
NAVFAC
Europe
Midwest
Midwest
NAVFAC
Midwest
NAVFAC
Marianas
Northwest
Washington
Northwest
Hawaii
Southeast
NAVFAC Washington
NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic
NAVFAC
Headquarters
NAVFAC
Southwest
NAVFAC
Southeast
NAVFAC
Hawaii
2
41% of NAVFAC
Workload
Mid-Atlantic
NFESC, NFELC,
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ARRA Execution
Marianas
Far East
Hawaii
NAVFAC
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NAVFAC - A Global Team!
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NAVFAC Southwest
NAVFAC Southwest
is a team of
professionals
committed to
excellence in
safely providing
responsive facilities
engineering service
in support of our
customer’s mission
accomplishment
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Facilities Engineering Commands
Echelon III
Facilities Engineering Commands
Echelon IV
NAVFAC Southwest
NAVFAC
Atlantic
Europe
SW AOR
Southwest
Marianas
0
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
$ Mil
Ech II & Ech III
Washington
Southeast
Mid-Atlantic
Southwest
Specialty Centers
USMC GTF / USMC Bks / BRAC IV / Pt Loma Fuel / Berth Lima / ARRA
0
NAVFAC Southwest
66
500
1,000
1,500
2,000
$ Mil
NAVFAC Southwest
2,500
3,253
3,000
22% of NAVFAC
Workload
3,500
NAVFAC SW Area of Responsibility
Navy Installation - 10
NOSC Sacramento
NOSC Reno
ROICC San Francisco Bay
ROICC Travis
Marine Corps - 8
Installation
PWD Fallon (BOS)
Air Force Base – 1
NOSC Alameda
NOSC San Jose
Reserve Centers - 18
ROICC Bridgeport
PWD Lemoore
PWD Ventura County ROICC Barstow
OICC MCI West
ROICC Camp Pendleton
MCAS Camp Pendleton
PWD Coronado
PWD San Diego
PWD Point Loma
MCRD
3
NOSC Denver
PWD China Lake
PWD Monterey
NOSC Los Angeles
NOSC Moreno Valley
NOSC Port Hueneme
NOSC Point Mugu
NOSC Salt Lake City
NOSC Reno
ROICC Twentynine Palms
NOSC FT Carson
PWD Seal Beach
ROICC Miramar
NOSC Phoenix
NOSC San Diego
NOSC North Island
NOSC Albuquerque
ROICC Yuma
NOSC Tuscon
PWD El Centro (BOS)
NAVFAC Southwest
02 November 2010
Supporting the Navy & Marine Corps
Team
CNRSW
PRV
$27.7B
Acreage
1,560,529
Buildings
11,401
Other Structures
8,860
Runways
18
Piers
57
Housing
Owned
Leased
PPV
241
300
12,665
MCI-West
PRV
Acreage
Structures
Runways (w/ unimp)
Piers
Housing
Owned
PPV
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NAVFAC Southwest
$18.95B
2,014,947
13,621
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NAVFAC Southwest – FY 10 Execution
$3.3B EXECUTION FOR NAVFAC SW IN FY 2010:
• Delivered $495M in Navy Working Capital Fund direct labor services:
-344,000 Facility Sustainment Actions
-1205 Ship moves and 99,683 Crane lifts
• Awarded more than 8,400 contract actions worth $2.8B:
-Awarded over $1.6B in September
-11 MILCON Projects for $566M awarded on Sept 28th alone!
• Awarded 26 contract actions for over $500M in Recovery Act projects
- Includes Camp Pendleton Naval Hospital awarded at $390M
+0.5B/yr
• Delivered approximately $355M of Environmental Support
FY09-FY11
-Represents 60% of environmental work accomplished by NAVFAC
Worldwide.
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NAVFAC Southwest
02 November 2010
Major Products & Services
•Capital Improvements
•Public Works
(John Coon - [email protected] (619) 532-2649)
(Ron Plaseied - [email protected] (619) 532-3680)
–Construction
–Design A&E
–Design In-House
–Specialized Technical Services
–Ocean Engineering
–Facility Sustainment
–Utility and Energy Management
–Base Support Vehicles &
Equipment
–Facility Services
•Environmental
(Bob Kirkbright - [email protected] (619) 532-1390)
–Environmental Planning/NEPA
–Environmental Compliance &
Conservation
–Environmental Restoration
–Sustainable Solid Waste Management
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•Asset Management
(Aguilera, Susanah - [email protected] (619) 532-3736)
–Real Estate
–Land & Installation Planning
–Facilities Planning
–Encroachment Management
–Facilities Integrated Logistics
Support
–Real Property Acq, Mgmt &
Disposal
NAVFAC Southwest
02 November 2010
Capital Improvements
Multiple Award Contract & Basic Ordering Agreement
Regional Tools
Project
Dollar
Range
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$7M-$30M
Building, General Construction
(Vertical)
NoCal
Comm/Inst,
$500M
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$3M-$8.5M
$2k-$1M
$0-$2k
SB, $750M
($7M-$15M)
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BQ,
$100M ea.
SoCal,V-HubZ, $750M
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MAC, $100M
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So Cal 8(a)
MAC, $100M *
$500k-$3.5M
SoCal
Comm/Inst,
$900M ($8M$50M)
| Heavy Construction |
(Horizontal)
1 2 3 4 5 6
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8(a) MAC
China Lk
(Lemoore/
Bridgeport)
$50M
($100k-$3M)
SB, $500M
($100k-$4M) *
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8(a) BOA SoCal (2k-$1M, $3.5M/yr/frm)
8(a) BOA NorCal ($2k-$1M, $3.5M/yr/frm) *
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8(a) Sole Source Negotiated for T.O. of $2k-$3.5M may be used. Advertised as:
Unrestricted
Set Aside
* - New or replacement contract planned or under procurement
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NAVFAC Southwest
02 November 2010
Environmental
•Execution
– Total Program ~$355M FY10 (expect similar levels FY11-12)
– Env Quality (Compliance, Natural/Cultural Resources, NEPA Planning)
• Set Env Quality execution record in FY-09 ($107M)
• FY10-12 execution expected to maintain $80M-$100M/yr.
– Env Restoration
• FY10-12 execution expected to maintain $220M-$270M/yr (subject to
congressional adds to BRAC program)
•Contracting
– Trending toward Fixed-Price Multiple Award Contracts vice Cost-Plus
Single Award Contracts
– Trending toward Performance-Based Contracts
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NAVFAC Southwest
02 November 2010
Environmental
• Environmental Restoration
• Sustainable Solid Waste Mgmt
– Diverted 65% (86,147 tons) of
material in ’09
Navy
Marine
Corps
Total
320
194
514
Cost to Complete
$297M
$131M
$428M
Open MMRP Sites
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Cost to Complete
$322M
$38M
$360M
• Expect ~10 fold Increase in FY10
– Saved 2.1M cubic yards of landfill
– $13.5M in avoided disposal costs
• Furniture Re-use Program &
Sustainability Interior Showroom
– Reused 350.2 tons of furniture,
resulting in $6.3M in cost avoidance
Open ERN Sites
BRAC Program Cost to Complete
$929M
ERN & MMRP Site Status
Restoration & Remediation
243
Response Complete
Remedy in Place
Active
Sustainable Solid Waste Management
158
1082 Total
Water Quality
Monitoring
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NAVFAC Southwest
02 November 2010
Asset Management
Wide variety of products
• Region Master Plans
• PPV Housing and BQs
• Real Estate Agreements ISO Navy & Marine
Corps Bases
– Out-grants, in-grants, disposals, appraisals, surveys,
property management & base closure
• Enhanced Use Leasing (EUL)
– Leverages government land & private developer expertise
with debt placement for construction, repair &
improvements, environmental restoration & maintenance
services in exchange for entitlements
• Agricultural Outgrant Leases
– 109 leases for 104,496 acres generating $4.8M annually
– NAS Fallon; NAF El Centro; NAS Lemoore; NWS Seal
Beach & MCB Camp Pendleton
• Encroachment Protection (EP)
– Focuses on systematic encroachment identification,
quantification & prevention. Partnerships created for
purpose of acquiring restrictive use easements to create
protective buffer zones
- NAF El Centro / NAS Fallon / NAWS China Lake / NBC Coronado (La Posta)
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NAVFAC Southwest
02 November 2010
Asset Management Workload
•Current local IDIQ contracts:
– $10 M, 5 yr. GIS mapping contract, awarded 1/09
– $40 M, 5 yr. Planning contract, awarded 8/08
– $7.5 M, 5 yr. Planning contract, awarded 3/08
•IDIQ typical types of projects in any given year:
– Shore Infrastructure Plans: Regional, Activity, Master Plans.
– Misc. Studies: Facility siting analysis, Anti-Terrorism, Noise, Traffic/parking,
Installation Appearance Plans, Base Exterior Architecture Plans
– Encroachment Action Plans (EAPs)
– Project documentation: DD1391s for MILCONs or other projects, Basic Facility
Requirements (BFRs), Asset Evaluations (AEs)
– Cadastral and GIS mapping- Real Estate summary maps, GIS formatting
– Appraisal and Title Contracts
•Potential future IDIQ contract:
– Planning $7.5M 5 yr, estimated award 12/10
– Planning $ 40 M, 5yr, estimated award 12/10
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NAVFAC Southwest
02 November 2010
Public Works
Utility Management
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Utilities Operation Major Maintenance Projects
– ~$15 - 20M annual program (annual requirement ~ $100M)
Resource Energy Managers (REMs) at all Navy installations
– 3.7 to 1 Savings to Cost Ratio
Shipboard REMs
Facility Sustainment
•
Annual In-house execution ($100M )
– 95,000 Emergency/Service Calls
– 340,000 Recurring Maintenance Orders
– 5,600 Minor Projects
– 350 Specific Projects
Facility Services
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$200M /YR Service Contacts (including BOS)
53% Reduction in Number of Contracts (389 to 182)
BOS Contracts
– El Centro awarded, performance start date 1 Oct 2008
– NAWS China Lake awarded, performance start date 1 Oct 2009
– NAS Fallon projected award: Jul 2012
Base Support Vehicle & Equipment
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1,800 Ship Moves Supported/YR
91,560 Crane Lifts/YR
6,180 MHE Support Requests Supported/YR
49% of 4,858 Vehicles are Alt Fuels/Electric Capable
NAVFAC Southwest
02 November 2010
Issues for 2011
•CNO Guidance for 2011
•VCNO New Footprint Moratorium
•Achieving SECNAV Energy Goals
•Field execution of our recent contract
awards, SAFELY
•NAVFAC Commander’s Intent for Small
Business
•Navy Region Master Planning
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NAVFAC Southwest
02 November 2010
QUESTIONS?
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29 April 2010
Back Up
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02 November 2010
Renewable Energy Snapshot (NRSW)
DoN Southwest
Alternative Energy Progress (Total Energy - MBTUs)
SECNAV Energy Goals (Nov 09)
• Evaluate lifetime energy cost and
footprint in all contract awards;
• Create "Green Strike Group" by
2012; deploy by 2016;
Future Development
35%
Purchased
13%
• By 2015, cut petroleum use in
commercial vehicle fleet by 50%;
• By 2020, 50% of shore energy
from alternative sources; 50%
Installation “Net Zero”
DoN Southwest
Net Zero Installations
• By 2020, 50% of total energy
consumption from alternative
sources
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50% non-Renewable
50%
In-Place
2%
Currently: None
NAVFAC Southwest
02 November 2010
Small Business Goals for FY2010
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Small Business
Program
Prime
Sub
Small Business
36%
65.75%
Small Disadvantaged
Business
23%
16.51%
HUBZone SB
10%
8.50%
Woman Owned SB
6.5%
14.70%
Service-Disabled
Veteran-Owned SB
2.5%
2.62%
NAVFAC Southwest
How to do Business with
NAVFAC Southwest
•Determine North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS)
codes that pertain to your business.
•www.census.gov/epcd/www/naics.html
•Determine appropriate Small Business Socio-Economic Programs for
which you qualify. Visit the SBA website.
•Register in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR). If already
registered, make sure info is current.
•www.ccr.gov
•Complete On-Line Representation and Certifications (ORCA)
•www.bpn.gov
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How to do Business with
NAVFAC Southwest
 Know the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and
Department of Defense FAR Supplement regulations
 www.arnet.gov/far
 http://farsite.hill.af.mil/vfdfara.htm
 Monitor Solicitation Websites
 https://www.neco.navy.mil
 www.fedbizopps.gov or www.fbo.gov
 Additional Resources
 Small Business Administration (SBA) www.sba.gov
 Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC)
www.dla.mil/db/procurem.htm
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