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April 22, 2010

Officer in Charge of Construction Marine Corps Installations West

Brief toOrange County SAME

& SoCal CMAA

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• AOR• OICC MCIWEST Structure• Programs • LEED & Green Initiatives• Project Highlights• Website • Safety

OICC MCIWEST

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OICC MCIWEST Area of Responsibility

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MCIWEST Key Players in Facilities

MCIWESTOwner

OICCConstruction Management

NAVFAC SWEngineer & Acquisition

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Full range of Facilities Engineering Services Supporting USMC

PREAWARD •Public Works–Facility Sustainment –Utility and Energy Management–Facility Services

•Asset Management–Real Estate–Land & Installation Planning–Facilities Planning–Encroachment Management–Facilities Integrated Logistics Support

–Real Property Acq, Mgmt & Disposal

•Capital Improvements–Design A&E–Design In-House–Specialized Technical Services–Acquisition–Evaluate Bid / Proposals–Awards Contract / Task Order–Debriefs/Protest/ Disputes

•Environmental–Environmental Planning/NEPA–Environmental Compliance & Conservation

–Environmental Restoration

NAVFAC SW

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OICC MCIWEST Organization

ss

MCIWEST NAVFAC SW

ADDU

Acquisition Military OPS

FieldSafety

Technical Support

Admin

ROICC Camp Pendleton

ROICC Miramar

PWO/ROICC Barstow

OICCDeputy OICC

PWO/ROICC Bridgeport

ROICC 29 Palms

Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton

(3Q FY10)ROICC Yuma

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OICC MCIWEST Staffing

Note: FY10 & FY11 Planned Staffing Requirements Under Review by NAVFAC SW

50

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FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11

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OICC AOB OICC Plan

ROICC AOB ROICC Plan

AOB = Actual On Board

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MCIWEST Programs

FY08 – FY12 Initiatives• Grow the Force - $3B • Bachelor Enlisted Quarters – 49 BEQs $1.7B• American Recovery & Reinvestment Act - $710M

– MILCON - $655M– Facilities Sustainment, Restorization & Modernization / Energy Conservation Incentive Program Projects - $54M

The Bottom Line $5.4B

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MCIWEST FY09 - 42 Projects $1.1B

1 Project @ $19M

4 Projects @ $146M

8 Projects @ $120M

26 Projects @ $800M

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09 09 09

09 09 09 09 0909 09 09 09 09

1 Project @ $8M

09 09 09 09 0909 09 09 09

BEQ Project

MILCON Project

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16 Projects @ $87M

MCIWEST FY10 - 131 Projects $2.4B

5 Projects @ $38M

25 Projects @ $529M

6 Projects @ $35M

3 Project @ $38M

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70 Projects @ $1,670M

10 10

BEQ Project

MILCON Project

106 Projects @ $16M MCMWTC Bridgeport

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Best of Breed

OICC MCIWEST Program Videos

MCI WEST – Camp Pendleton

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OICC MCIWEST “Active In Box”

135 Active MILCON/M2R2 projects for 1.81BMCB Camp Pendleton: 58 projects ~ $1,257MMCAS Pendleton: 5 projects ~ $11MMCAGTFTC Twentynine Palms: 22 projects ~ $275MMCAS Miramar: 16 projects ~ $111MMCRD San Diego: 11 projects ~ $72MMCAS Yuma: 12 projects ~ $41MMCLB Barstow: 8 projects ~ $28MMCMWTC Bridgeport: 3 projects ~ $14M

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OICC MCIWEST ARRA “In Box”

27 ARRA MILCON/M2R2 Projects for ~$652MMCB & MCAS Camp Pendleton: 16 projects ~ $616M

Naval Hospital - $563MNaval Hospital Planning & Design - $27MP438M Repair BEQ - $9MP601 Child Development Center - $15MP856M, P885M, P010M Photovoltaic System - $14M

MCAGTFTC Twentynine Palms: 2 projects ~ $6MP180M Photovoltaic System - $5M

MCAS Miramar & MCRD San Diego: 8 projects ~ $19MP196M Photovoltaic System - $3MP982M Facility Energy Improvements - $7M

MCLB Barstow: 1 project ~$11MP970M Facility Energy Improvements - $11M

ARRA PROJECTS COMPLETE

MCB Camp Pendleton – 5 proj $10.6M

MCAS Pendleton – 1 proj $0.7M

MCAGCC Twentynine Palms – 1 proj $3.7M

MCAS Miramar – 2 proj $3.3M

MCRD San Diego – 2 proj $2.2M

MCAS YUMA - 4 proj $3.4M

15 ARRA Projects COMPLETE $23.9M

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NAVFAC SW – Selection Criteria

Phase One:• Factor 1 - Specialized Experience and Technical Competence

–1.1 - Relevant Experience of the Offeror and Lead Design Firm–1.2 - Technical Qualifications and Experience of Key Personnel

• Factor 2 - Past Performance–2.1 - Past Performance of the Offeror and Offeror's Team–2.2 - Past Performance Small Business Support–2.3 - Past Performance Safety

• Factor 3 - Management Approach

Phase Two:• Factor 4 - Small Business Utilization• Factor 5 - Design Approach / Engineering Solutions of Offeror's

Team (Desirables and Betterments included in this section)• Factor 6 - Price

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MCIWEST FY10 Project Types

MCB Camp Pendleton: 76 projects ~ $1,670MBEQs 4 projects for ~$206MBuildings 5 projects for ~$733M (Dining, CDC, Main Exchange)Water & Wastewater 3 Projects for ~$289M (Distribution Lines, Treatment Plant) Electrical 4 projects for ~$205M (Communications & Power Distribution)Misc 7 projects for ~$87M (Roads, Beachheads, Range Facilities)M2R2 53 projects for ~$149M

MCAGTFTC Twentynine Palms: 25 projects ~ $529MBEQs 2 projects for ~$75MBuildings 9 projects for ~$161M (Comm Bldg, Mtnc Shops, Armory)Water & Wastewater 4 projects for ~$77M (Distribution Lines, Collection) Electrical 4 projects for ~$154M (Power Distribution & Generation)Gas 1 project for ~$18M (Distribution Lines)Misc 2 project for ~$42M (Roads)M2R2 3 projects for ~$2M

MCIWEST FY10 Work Load

116 Projects for $2.77B to

be award before Sep 30

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MCIWEST FY10 Project Types

MCAS Miramar: 16 projects ~ $87MBuildings 2 projects for ~$28M (HQ, Dining, CDC, Fire Stations, Armory)Misc 4 projects for ~$32M (flight line support facilities)M2R2 10 projects for ~$27M

MCAS Yuma: 5 projects ~ $38MBuildings 2 projects for ~$34M (Ops Bldg, Mtnc Shops)M2R2 3 projects for ~$4M

MCLB Barstow: 3 projects ~ $38MBldgs 2 projects ~$27M (Mtnc Shops)Energy 1 project ~ $11M

MWTC Bridgeport: 6 projects ~ $16MBuildings 2 project for ~$11M (Commissary)M2R2 4 projects for ~$5M

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MCB Camp Pendleton

MCAS Miramar

MCAS Yuma

MCIWEST JSF & MV22

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• First GOLD MCAS Miramar (Golf Club House)

• All FY09 and out SILVER by requirement

OICC MCIWEST LEED Stats…

FacilitiesRFP Required

Silver

RFP Required

Gold

Proposed or Certifiable

Silver

Proposed or Certifiable

Gold

Contractor Proposed Platinum

FY 07 3 2 1

FY 08 20 4 19 5

FY 09 35 3 11 12 15

Totals 58 7 32 18 15

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Buildings• LEED Silver Certification required for all FY09

new construction projects or renovation > 50% PRV

• MCCS Temporary Lodging Facility 14% more efficient than Title 24 requirements, 30% water use reduction

• Many FY09 will be Gold or Platinum

Wastewater• P-002 Southern Region Tertiary Treatment Plant

– capable of treating 5 MGD• MCB P-110 Wastewater and Reclaimed Water

Conveyance Systems saving 100 MGY using recycled water for irrigation

• FY10 Treatment Plant, Plant Upgrades and Conveyance $285M

Green Initiatives

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Water• MCAS Miramar is saving 30 million gallons of

potable water per year by using recycled water for irrigation, dust control, construction use

• Irrigation accounts for 60% of water load at Miramar. Converting to a central irrigation control system which monitors and accounts for rain fall has cut irrigation expense by half

• FY10 ~$250M Treatment, Distribution & Storage

Power• Installation of 23kW PV array to reduce net

power consumption• Solar powered speed limit sign installation in

housing areas• Installation of 5KV photovoltaic system to

gym facility offsets power requirements from grid

• FY10 ~$300M Power System Projects

Green Initiatives

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Wind Turbine• 1.5MW • $6.1M / $1.5M SCE rebates

Photovoltaic Lights• 50 PV Lights on Base

Green Initiatives

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Xeriscape• This projected succeeded on reducing water consumption in the desert climate of

Twentynine Palms. • The turfgrass lawn was removed from the HQ building and replaced with desert

landscaping.

Green Initiatives

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OICC MCIWEST Project Highlight

MCB Camp Pendleton74 Active MILCON/M2R2 ~ $1,370MP-1005 Wounded Warrior BEQ$24.6M 100% March 2010

P-1005 Wounded Warrior BEQ

P-010M - Solar Photovoltaic Rooftop System

P-010M Solar PV System$655K 100% Feb. 2010

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Project Highlights

BP0703 Renovate BEQ 2002$7.3M April 2011 (Bridgeport)

P-915/916 Multi-Bn Ops Centers$46M July 2010 (Twentynine Palms)

A13 Construct Youth Center$7.3M January 2010 (Miramar)

BEQ Pkg 1 – 13 Area $123M March 2010(Camp Pendleton)

YU0896R CDC Annex$4.3M March 2010(Yuma)

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OICC MCIWEST Website

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Website – Acquisition Tab

Small Business Outreach

SDVOSB - 4

WOSB - 1

HUBZone - 1

8(a) - 1

Small Businesses – 8

Ind. Counseling Sessions – 400

Note: ~4,500 People Reached

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Website – Construction Tab

Select an Installation

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Safety Policy

• People are our most critical resource - No job or service is so important or urgent to not take time to work safely.

• All personnel have the right to a safe work place and an obligations to watch out for one another.

• Every mishap is preventable - Safety is NO Accident.

• We are accountable for our actions and identifying workplace hazards.

• We shall focus on preventative measures when assessing risks and identifying hazards, then implement proper controls.

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OICC MCIWEST FY10 DART Record

OICC MCIWEST ~2,813,000 MH >>> 4 DART• MCB Camp Pendleton: ~1,552,600 MH >>> 1 DART• MCAGTFTC Twentynine Palms: ~757,900 >>>3 DART• MCAS Miramar: ~159,600 MH• MCAS Yuma: ~289,200 MH• MCLB Barstow: ~49,800 MH• MCMWTC Bridgeport: ~4,200 MH

Note: ~$6,450,000 Man Hours w/ 5 DART Incidents since OICC MCIWEST Establishment on August 15, 2008.

DART Cases

1.Surveyor R

un over by

Truck – Major Injuries

2.Slip Trip

Fall –Laceration

11 Stitches

3.Slip Trip

Fall –Fractured

Elbow

4.Slip Trip

Fall –Fractured

Ankle

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Website – Safety Tab

Submit Additional Lessons Learned Feed or Best

Practices to OICC

Shared Lessons Learned Tabs

Safety Conference

Best Practices Tab

Useful Links: EM385, OSHANAVFAC SW Safety

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Our Commitment to Construction

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OICC MCIWEST Website

https://portal.navfac.navy.mil/go/oicc-mciwest

or

Google OICC MCIWEST

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