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  • 1. Camp  Lejeune  Small  Business   Outreach  Event   Hosted  by:     North  Carolina  Military  Business  Center   Coastal  Carolina  Community  College         25 MARCH 2014
  • 2. Marketing to the Federal Government: The Keys to Success Mar 2014MCIEAST Office of Small Business Programs
  • 3.          What  Most  Think                                    Marke;ng  Is   “Marke9ng:    the  process  of  communica;ng  the   value  of  a  product  or  service  to  customers,  for   the  purpose  of  selling  that  product  or   service.”   -­‐Wikipedia   Using  capability  sheets,  line  cards,  and  mee;ngs   to  gain  the  aEen;on  of  decision  makers   Key  ques;ons:  Who  are  the  decision  makers?                                         What  happens  to  requirements  before  they   reach  contrac;ng?  
  • 4. •  The  Contrac9ng  Officer:    -­‐  Contrac9ng  Officer  ≠  shopper    -­‐  Contrac9ng  Officer  ≠  lawyer    -­‐  Contrac9ng  Officer  ≠  gatekeeper      -­‐  Contrac9ng  Officer  =  ????                Key  Decision  Maker  
  • 5. •  Contrac;ng  Officer  responsibility  includes:   – Verifying  required  sources   – Iden;fying  ineligible  vendors   – Maximizing  compe;;on   – Ensuring  Proper  and  sufficient  funding  is  included   – Determining  proper  contract  type   – Applying  small  business/socio-­‐economic   provisions   …all certified by a Contracting Officer’s signature!          The  Contrac;ng  Officer  
  • 6. The  Contrac;ng  Process   Supply Headquarters Higher Headquarters Comptroller ContractingYOU Unit          The  Contrac;ng  Process  
  • 7. THE  FOUR  P’S    (part  1)   •  Profile:    Your  profile  in  the  System  for  Award   Management  (SAM)  establishes  your  eligibility  to  do   business  with  the  Federal  Government.    SAM  profile   also  determines  your  ability.   •  Proposal:    Your  proposal,  submiEed  in  response  to  a   Gov’t  solicita;on,  is  pivotal  in  determining  your   ability  to  provide  the  good  or  service  we  require.  
  • 8. THE  FOUR  P’S    (part  2)   •  Past  Performance:    Your  past  performance  is  your   professional  reputa;on.    Is  it  posi;ve,  recent,  and   relevant  to  the  task  we  require?   •  Price:    Price  is  always  “a”  factor;  some;mes  it  is   “the”  factor.    We  will  clearly  tell  you  which  is  the   case.  Your  price  answer  the  ques;on  of  your   affordability.       •  Note  that  having  a  prior  rela;onship  with  a  vendor  is   not  a  considera;on   •  We  buy  from  firms  we  don’t  know!  
  • 9.                Great  Ques9ons  to  Ask  During              an  Appointment   •  Do  you  buy  my  product  or  service?   •  How  do  you  make  this  purchase?   •  Can  you  tell  me  who  else  buys  my  product/service?   •  Any  upcoming  opportuni9es  that  I  should  be  aware   of?      
  • 10.                Why  is  Federal  Procurement                        So  Hard?       We  spend  a  whole  lot  of  other  people’s   money!    
  • 11. Points  of  Contact   Jo Rozier Office of Small Business Programs Marine Corps Installations East- Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune 910-451-8424 jocephas.rozier@usmc.mil
  • 12. Tools  for  Success   In  the  Federal  Marketplace     Presented  by  the     North  Carolina  Military  Business  Center         25 - 26 MARCH 2014
  • 13. Military  Impact •  Total  annual  military  impact,  over  $48  billion*   •  12%  of  NC  State  GDP  (second  largest  sector)   •  Over  540,000  jobs  statewide  military  impacted               •  Military/civilian  payroll:                        $19.2  billion**   •  Veteran  payments:                              $2.4  billion**   •  Defense  contracts:           •  Prime  contracts  (FY2012):    $3.43  billion   •  Subcontracts:                                                          addi;onal  billions     *The  Economic  Impact  of  the  Military  on  North  Carolina,”  NC  Department  of  Commerce,  2013   **North  Carolina’s  Military  Footprint,”  NC  Department  of  Commerce,  2008   WWW.NCMBC.US
  • 14. Procurement •  Prime  contracts,  DoD  in  CONUS:  $316  billion   •  Prime  contracts,  DoD  in  North  Carolina  (83  Coun;es):           •  Prime  contracts,  federal  in  NC  (100  Coun;es):   –  $5.39  billion  (135k  contract  ac;ons)   2 .6 9 2 .9 7 3 .6 4 4 .0 1 3 .6 0 4 .0 6 3 .4 3 0.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 DollarValueinBillions 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 (Part) DoD Prime Contracting in North Carolina Data: Federal Procurement Data System, FY2012 WWW.NCMBC.US
  • 15. Procurement,  DoD Top  10  Coun;es,  DoD  Prime  Contracts  (FY2012)   WWW.NCMBC.US
  • 16. Partnerships,  State •  Develop  businesses:   •  Small  Business  Centers  (Community  College  System)   •  Small  Business  and  Technology  Development  Center   •  Procurement  Technical  Assistance  Center  (SBTDC)   •  Business  Development:       •  North  Carolina  Military  Business  Center  (NCMBC)   •  Policy  and  Coordina9on:   •  Military  Affairs  Advisor,  Office  of  the  Governor   •  North  Carolina  Department  of  Commerce   WWW.NCMBC.US
  • 17. Partnerships,  Non-­‐State •  Federal:     •  Small  Business  Administra;on  (SBA),  US  Commerce   •  Local:     •  Chambers,  economic  developers   •  Non-­‐Governmental  Organiza9ons:   •  Local:  Raleigh  DEFNET,  CharloEe  counterpart   •  North  Carolina  Defense  Business  Associa;on   •  North  Carolina  Military  Founda;on   WWW.NCMBC.US
  • 18. Business  Development  (Current/ Future):  NCMBC   Develop  Businesses:       NCCCS/SBC,  UNC/SBTDC,  SBA      Opportunity  Development:   NCMF   Tactical Operational/ Tactical Strategic          NCDBA,  Wake  DEFNET,  CharloEe   Policy/Coord.:  Military  Affairs/NC  Commerce   Connectional Foundational Partnerships,  Func;onal WWW.NCMBC.US
  • 19. WWW.NCMBC.US   Mission  &  Goals,  NCMBC   Mission   To  leverage  military  and  other  federal  business   opportuni;es  to  expand  the  economy,  grow  jobs   and  improve  quality  of  life  in  North  Carolina   Goals   1  -­‐  Increase  federal  revenues  for  businesses  in  NC   2  –  Support  integra;on  of  military  into  workforce   3  -­‐  Support  defense-­‐related  recruitment    
  • 20. WWW.NCMBC.US   Business  Development  Teams   •  Three  pre-­‐award  /post-­‐award  teams  (west,  central,  east)   •  Create  awareness,  recruit/engage  NC  firms  in  market   •  Pre-­‐posi;on  for  future  opps,  develop  sub-­‐contract  opps   •  Iden;fy  current  prime/sub  opportuni;es,  no;fy  firms   •  Assess/assist  firms  with  solicita;ons,  quotes,  proposals     CY2013    105  Contracts   $123  -­‐  $887  million   CY2005-­‐2013   1,436  Contracts   $3,173  -­‐  $10,500  million  
  • 21. WWW.NCMBC.US   NCMBC  Business  Developers  
  • 22. WWW.NCMBC.US   MatchForce   •  Matches  businesses  to  federal  opportuni;es   •  Matches  prime  contractors  to  NC  subcontractors   •  Matches  businesses  to  NC  job  seekers   •  Businesses  won  >$718  million,  2006-­‐13  contracts   •  Currently  on  MatchForce:     20,472  NC  Businesses   40,212  Individuals   18,103  Contract   Opportuni;es   262  Job  Opportuni;es  
  • 23. WWW.NCMBC.US  
  • 24. WWW.NCMBC.US  
  • 25. WWW.NCMBC.US   NCMBC  Major  Events  2014   •  Fort  Bragg  Small  Business  Outreach  Event  (18  MAR)   •  Camp  Lejeune/Cherry  Point  SB  Outreach  Events  (25/26  MAR)   •  Federal  Construc;on  Consolidated  Teaming  Forum  (21  MAY)   •  NC  Federal  Advanced  Technologies  Review  (4-­‐5  JUN)   •  Military  Food  Conference  (10  JUN)   •  13th  Annual  Defense  Trade  Show  (5  AUG)   •  Aerospace  Supplier/Advanced  Manufacturing  Summit  (7  AUG)   •  2014  Federal  Construc;on  Summit  (15-­‐16  OCT)   •  Advanced  training,  proposal  development,  4  loca;ons  (JUL/DEC)   •  Defense  Contractor  Academies,  RAL/FAY  (MAR/DEC)    
  • 26. WWW.NCMBC.US   Contact  Informa;on,  NCMBC   •  ScoE  Dorney,  Execu;ve  Director,  910-­‐678-­‐0190,   dorneys@ncmbc.us     •  Madison  Sanderford,  Business  Development  Specialist,   910-­‐938-­‐6785,  toonem@coastalcarolina.edu     •  Alexa  Dennis,  MatchForce  Administrator,   910-­‐678-­‐0191,  dennisa@ncmbc.us    
  • 27. 2727 Construction and Facilities Support Contracts Overview MCB Camp Lejeune & MCAS New River CDR Scott Cloyd, CEC, USN OICC MCI East 25 March 2014
  • 28. Greater Sandy Run Area Hadnot Point Hospital Pt Paradise Pt Naval Hospital Tarawa TerraceCamp Johnson Rifle Range Courthouse Bay Triangle Outpost Gate Sneads Ferry Gate Air Station Gate Camp Devil Dog French Creek K Ranges SR Ranges Midway Park New River Air Station Camp Geiger Piney Green Gate Main Gate MCB Camp Lejeune & MCAS New River New River Field Office Mainside Office 28 Wallace Creek OICC MCI East offices
  • 29. OICC Acquisition •  Warrant authority –  Five Contracting Officers –  $10 Million •  Larger acquisitions go through NAVFAC MIDLANT’s North Carolina IPT in Norfolk, VA •  Tools –  Multiple Award Construction Contracts (MACCs) –  Base Operating Services (BOS) Contract –  Facilities Support Contracts (FSC) –  Global Contingency Contract –  Stand Alone Contracts 29
  • 30. Current and Future Workload •  Current Workload - $2.1B –  MILCON à 61 contracts –  FSRM à 229 contracts •  Future Workload –  FY13 and prior MILCON à 3 projects @ $10M –  FY14 MILCON à 10 projects @ $114M –  FY15 MILCON à 2 projects @ $37M –  FSRM à ~$100 M/yr (FY16 sequestration returns?) Over $160M in MILCON yet to be awarded 30
  • 31. Construction Opportunities 31
  • 32. 32 P No. Project Name Location Projected Amount ($M) Acquisition Tool Delivery Method Projected Award Date 1264B Birch St Improvements MCB CAMP LEJEUNE NC $2M MAC - TBD DBB 4Q14 1265B French Creek WWTP Upgrades MCB CAMP LEJEUNE NC $12M MAC – 8A DBB Reprogramming 1383B Car Wash Road MCB CAMP LEJEUNE NC $2M MOD to P1383B DBB 4Q14 1384B Scales Creek Bridge MCB CAMP LEJEUNE NC $2M MAC – Gen’l (SB) DBB 4Q14 OICC FY12 & Prior MILCON Projects Acquisition Tools & Milestones OICC Total $18M Authorized & Appropriated by Congress, and On Track!
  • 33. 33 P No. Project Name Location Projected Amount ($M) Projected Award Date 1349 SOF Special Ops Training Complex MCB CAMP LEJEUNE NC $23 3Q14 726 Regional Communication Station MCAS NEW RIVER NC $20 4Q14 674 Corrosion Control Hangar MCAS NEW RIVER NC $13 3Q14 676 CH53-K Maint. Train Facility MCAS NEW RIVER NC $13 4Q14 1391 SOF Sustainment Training Complex MCB CAMP LEJEUNE NC $29 4Q14 1362 SOF Performance Resiliency Center MCB CAMP LEJEUNE NC $11 4Q14 1445 Steam Plant Dentralization – CJ MCB CAMP LEJEUNE NC $3 3Q14 1447 Steam Plant Dentralization – HP MCB CAMP LEJEUNE NC $13 3Q14 1448 Steam Plant Dentralization – BEQ Nodes MCB CAMP LEJEUNE NC $19 3Q14 1353 Landfill, Phave IV MCB CAMP LEJEUNE NC $21M 3Q14 FY14 MILCON Projects OICC Total $165M Authorized & Appropriated by Congress, and On Track!
  • 34. Types of Work: Barracks Renovations Mechanical/HVAC Replacements Roof Repairs/Replacements Utility System Upgrades Demolition Fire Protection Systems Energy Improvements Paving Painting 34 FSRM Programs “Advertised and/ or Awarded in FY14” FSRM FY14 $50M A/E FY14 $3M FSC FY14 $43M OICC
  • 35. 35 A/E, Multiple Award, and Service Contracts
  • 36. NAVFAC MIDLANT A/E Contracts Active Contracts Firm Award Date Expiration Date Maximum Amount Architectural Design and Engineering Services HBA 02/2010 02/2015 $15M/Life Architectural Design and Engineering Services AECOM 02/2010 02/2015 $15M/Life Civil Design and Engineering Services Richard Catlin 03/2010 03/2015 $7.5M/Life Utilities Engineering Services AECOM 03/2010 03/2015 $30M/Life Civil Design and Engineering Services C. Allan Bamforth, Jr. 06/2010 06/2015 $7.5M/Life 36 Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Civil IDIQ - Expected Award this year $15M/Life Architect IDIQ - Expected Award next year $15M/Life
  • 37. 37 Solicitation Number Type of Service Not To Exceed (NTE) Amount N40085-13-R-5220 A/E Services for Community Support Facilities $7M N40085-13-R-5221 A/E Services for Medical Facilities $5M N40085-13-R-5222 A/E Services for Industrial/Military Support Facilities (Camp Lejeune) $5M N40085-13-R-5223 A/E Services for Industrial Military Support Facilities (New River & Cherry Point) $5M N40085-13-R-5224 A/E Services for Civil Engineering and Site Work $5M N40085-13-R-5225 A/E Services for Utility Infrastructure $5M N40085-13-R-5226 A/E Services for HVAC and Electrical $5M N40085-13-R-5227 A/E Services for Facility Planning $5M Synopsized & on the street! OICC A/E Opportunities
  • 38. Firm Award Date Existing Option Expiration Date Maximum Amount Remaining Capacity DCK North America, LLC 08/16/2010 3rd Option 08/16/2014 $750M/Life $442M for Life Whiting-Turner Contracting Company 08/16/2010 3rd Option 08/16/2014 $750M/Life $442 M for Life Walbridge Aldinger Company 08/16/2010 3rd Option 08/16/2014 $750M/Life $442 M for Life Sundt Construction, Inc. 08/16/2010 3rd Option 08/16/2014 $750M/Life $442 M for Life Hardin-WGI Joint Venture 08/16/2010 3rd Option 08/16/2014 $750M/Life $442 M for Life Design Build MACC Awarded as Base + Option Years 38 Plenty of capacity remains. Opportunities here as a sub. NAVFAC MIDLANT D/B MACC
  • 39. OICC MACC Status Active MACCs Award Date Existing Option Final Expiration Date Maximum Amount Remaining Capacity 8(a) 03/07/2011 3rd Option 03/06/2016 $100M/Life $91 M (for life of contract) Painting 05/11/2010 3rd Option 05/10/2016 $100M/Life $95 M (for life of contract) HubZone 08/16/2011 2nd Option 08/15/2014 $100M/Life $75 M (for life of contract) Roof 09/09/2010 3rd Option 09/08/2015 $100M/Life $84 M (for life of contract) General (SB) 09/15/2010 3rd Option 09/14/2015 $450M/Life $245.9 M (for life of contract) SDVOSB 09/27/2013 Base Year 09/26/2018 $50M/Life $49.8M/Life (for life of contract) Civil/Paving 09/27/2013 Base Year 09/26/2018 $95M/Life $91M/Life (for life of contract) 39 Will resolicit upon expiration (time or capacity limit).
  • 40. New MACCs Award Date Maximum Amount Status Mechanical Q3 FY14 $95M Acquisition Planning Phase General Mini MACC Q3 FY14 TBD Proposals Received HubZone Q4 FY14 TBD Acquisition Planning Phase OICC MACC Opportunities 40 FY14 MACC Opportunities!
  • 41. OICC Services Contract Opportunities 41 •  More than 20 contracts are in place today, but only 2 real opportunities this year: Active Contracts Award Date Current Option Expiration Date Award Amount (Including Options) Current Contract Value PM Gate Barriers 9/28/12 6 Month Extension 03/31/14 $169,660 $47,100 Service For Uninterrupted Power 02/16/10 4th Option 02/15/15 $251,100 $395,712
  • 42. How do I get this work? •  To be a Prime Contractor –  Register in the System for Award Management (SAM) –  Obtain a Duns & Bradstreet Number (DUNS) •  To Subcontract –  Contact any of the following (Contact listing available from OICC Small Business Officer, kimberly.vallone@navy.mil) •  Multiple Award Construction (MAC) Contractor •  Base Operating Support Contract (BOSC) •  Housing Privatization Contractor –  Meet the minimum requirements to gain access the base 42
  • 43. •  Solicitation & Award Venues: –  Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps) address – https://www.fbo.gov –  Navy Electronic Commerce Online (NECO) address – https:// www.neco.navy.mil –  POC: Gary Milton, Supervisory Contract Specialist NAVFAC MIDLANT (NC IPT), Norfolk, VA (757) 322-8258 –  POC: Jerry Williams, Acquisition Director Kimberly Vallone, Small Business Officer OICC MCI East, Camp Lejeune, NC (910) 451-2581 extension 5236 and 5289 How do I find this work? 43
  • 44. Take Aways… • Still more than $2 billion currently under construction –  In various stages of construction –  Will complete ~$750M in next 12 months • Record years behind us, but still significant work ahead –  Approximately $200M/yr in construction (MCB CL & MCAS NR) –  Size varies widely, from a few thousand to tens of millions –  Many opportunities for new A/E work –  Limited opportunities for new Service Contract work • OICC MCI East name change in May 2014 – Resident Officer in Charge of Construction (ROICC) Camp Lejeune • Monitor NECO & FEDBizOpps 44
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  • 46. Cherry Point Local A/E Contracts Active Contracts Firm Award Date Expiration Date Maximum Amount Business Type Mechanical & Electrical CEMS 06/2009 05/2014 $3.5M SDVOSB Civil/Structural NRW Engineering 10/2012 10/2016 $2.5M SB Mechanical & Electrical Bowman, Foster, & Associates 05/2009 05/2014 $3.5M VOSB Architectural Maune, Belangia, & Faulkenberry 05/2010 05/2014 $3.5M SB Architectural Walker Group 06/2010 06/2014 $3.5M WOSB Architectural DJG, Inc 06/2010 06/2014 $3.5M LB Environmental MACTEC 09/2010 09/2015 $4.0M LB Environmental EEE Inc. 09/2010 09/2015 $4.0M SDB, 8A Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) 46 Resolicit as needed. One contract per discipline…
  • 47. OICC Services Contracts Status Active Contracts Award Date Current Option Expiration Date Award Amount (Including Options) Current Contract Value Wood Grinding and Yard Waste Grinding and Concrete Crushing at Landfill 09/21/13 3rd Option 09/20/14 $2,674,110 $1,756,680 Boiler Controls at Building 1700 09/22/11 2nd Option 09/30/14 $197,564 $104,613 EMCS at NH100 09/22/11 2nd Option 09/30/14 $4,006,764 $3,778,237 Pest Control 09/30/12 1st Option 09/30/14 $662,340 $286,383 Cleaning of Breach/Shoot Houses 09/30/11 2nd Option 09/30/14 $899,880 $959,979 Multiple Service Contract 09/30/11 2nd Option 09/30/14 $2,892,807 $3,181,168 Operation of Onslow Beach Bridge 09/26/12 1st Option 09/30/14 $482,940 $193,500 Custodial, Naval Hospital & Med/Dental Clinics 09/27/13 Base Year 09/30/14 $30,830,629 $6,125,917 47
  • 48. OICC Services Contracts Status Active Contracts Award Date Current Option Expiration Date Award Amount (Including Options) Current Contract Value Bullet Trap Management (New) 01/01/14 Base 12/31/14 $672,750 $134,550 Veeder Root System Repair & Maintenance 12/28/12 1st Option 12/27/14 $351,000 $137,516 Grounds Maintenance, Outlying Roads 02/21/13 1st Option 02/28/15 $7,588,569 $2,668,936 Morehead City Port Refuse Service 01/01/14 Base 12/31/14 $14,408 $2,836 Custodial Services, Basewide 02/01/10 4th Option 01/31/15 $7,091,326 $1,477,513 Outdoor Pool Service Contract 02/01/10 3rd Option 01/31/15 $81,235 $81,234 Sampling & Analysis of Wells 02/01/11 3rd Option 01/31/15 $625,340 $509,275 Service For Uninterrupted Power 02/16/10 4th Option 02/15/15 $251,100 $395,712 48
  • 49. OICC Services Contracts Status Active Contracts Award Date Existing Option Expiration Date Award Amount (Including Options) Current Contract Value Maintenance/Repair Railroad Trackage 04/01/13 1st Option 03/31/14 $4,040,432 $600,070 Facilities Maintenance Support Services 01/07/10 3rd Option 03/31/14 $219,213,899 $108,829,970 Base –Wide Grounds Maintenance 05/01/12 2nd Option 07/31/14 $3,801,984 $13,245,795 Maintenance & Certification of Cranes, Basewide 05/01/13 2nd Option 04/30/14 $1,006,507.61 $338,310 M&R Screw Pumps, MCBCL 06/01/10 3rd Option 05/31/14 $496,843 $394,489 PM Gate Barriers 9/28/12 6 Month Extension 03/31/14 $169,660 $47,100 49
  • 50. WCN BEQs & Armory Cost: $83.9M, CCD: Feb14 P1382 Base Entry Road, PH 1 Cost: $50.9M, CCD: Jun 14 P1331/1857 Hospital Addition & Renovation Cost: $59.6M, CCD: May 15 P1253 2D Combat Engineer Complex Cost: $66.4M, CCD: Feb 15 P1317 FC BEQ Cost: $39.6M, CCD: Jul 14 Q1440 SOF G3X Training Cost: $1.6M, CCD: Apr 14 P1286 Stone Bay BEQ & Connector Road Cost: $49.4M, CCD: Sep 14 P1251/1254 BEQs Cost: $75.0M, CCD: May 14 P1034/1240 ANGLICO/Intel Cost: $98.6M, CCD: Dec 14 P1266 Utility Expansion Cost: $17.4M, CCD: Jan 14 P1383/1384 BER PH 2 & 3 Cost: $61.3M, CCD: Apr 15 P004 Motor-T Comm. Maint. Cost: $12.0M, CCD: Jan 14 P1268 SOI East Facilities Cost: $31.6M, CCD: Oct 14 P1382B Access Road/Ramps Cost: $19.8M, CCD: Jul 14 P1319 BEQ Cost: $41.0M, CCD: Jun 14 P652 VMMT-204 Hangar, Ph. III Cost: $26.0M, CCD: May 14 V-22 Hangars, Parallel Taxiway & Apron Expansion Cost: $144.4M, CCD: Jan 15 P705/710 Hangar, Apron & CALA Addition Cost: $58.6M, CCD: Jul 14 P1285 SOF Armory Expansion Cost: $5.6M, CCD: Apr 14 Active MILCON projects at MCB Camp Lejeune and MCAS New River P138 BEQ Cost: $23.4M CCD: Aug 14 P030 Squad Battle Course Cost: $10.1M, CCD: Jul 14 P1311 Infotech/Telecom Complex Cost: $32.0M, CCD: Jul 14 P1422 Energy Efficiency, CG Cost: $6.0M, CCD: Jul 14 P1425 Overhead Range Baffle System Cost: $2.1M, CCD: Apr 14 P1264/1265 HP & FC Utility Expansion Cost: $70.6M CCD: Sep 14 P8144 Medical Clinic Conversion Cost: $14.4M, CCD: Jul 15 Wallace Creek Ph II Cost: $200.8M CCD: Mar 14 P1265B Water Tanks Cost: $17.9M, CCD: Jan 15 P003 Staff NCO Academy Fac. Cost: $26.0M, CCD: Nov 15 P1218/1393 SOF MSOB-Company/Team Fac./ SERE Cost: $46.4M, CCD: Jan 16 P1410 SOF EOD Expansion Cost: $1.6M, CCD: Sep 14 P025 Replace Delalio School Cost: $23.3M, CCD: Jun 16 P1449B (O&M) Energy Improvements HP & FC Cost: $39M, CCD: Jan 16 P711 Personnel Admin Center Cost: $4.9M, CCD: Jul 15 P1450 SOF Fire Ptln Storage Facility Cost: $1.4M, CCD: Dec 14 As of: 14 Mar14
  • 51. FY-13 P1449 Energy Improvements CHB Cost: $6M, Award 1Q14 FY-14 P1362 SOF Performance Resiliency Center Cost: $10M, Award 4Q14 FY-14 P1353 Landfill, Phase IV Cost: $13M, Award 4Q14 FY-14 P1349 Special Ops Training Complex Cost: $16M, Award 3Q14 FY-14 P1391 SOF Sustainment Training Complex Cost: $21M, Award 4Q14 FY-14 P1448 Steam Plant Decentralization – BEQ Nodes Cost: $14M, Award 3Q14 FY-14 P674 Corrosion Control Hangar Cost: $8M, Award 3Q14 FY-14 P676 CH-53K Maint. Train Fac. Cost: $9M, Award 3Q14 FY-14 P726 Regional Comm. Station Cost: $14M, Award 3Q14 FY12 FY13 FY14 Future MILCONs FY-12 P1383B Car Wash Road Cost: $2M, Award 4Q13 FY-13 P1384B Scales Creek Bridge Cost: $2M, Award 4Q13 FY-14 P1445 Steam Plant Decentralization – CJ Cost: $1M, Award 3Q14 FY-14 P1447 Steam Plant Decentralization – HP Cost: $8M, Award 3Q14 Future MILCON projects As of: 14 Mar14
  • 52. FY 09 BEQ (CHB) Cost: $22.8M CCD: Apr 12 P1096B/1113 TT & Midway Park CDCs Cost: $18.9M, CCD: Apr 12 P1247B Skeet Range Addition Cost: $2.2M, CCD: May 12 P1163/1164Main & Piney Green Gates Cost: $13.1M, CCD: Jan 12 P1330 Wounded Warrior HQ Cost: $3.6M, CCD: Apr 12 P1310 Pre-Trial Detainee Fac. Cost: $14.7M, CCD: Sep 12 P1266B Steam Plant Modifications Cost: $1.5M, CCD: May 12 52 FY 09 BEQ (Camp Johnson) Cost: $22.8M, CCD: Apr 12 FY 09 BEQ (French Creek) Cost: $49.5M, CCD: May 12 P693 Main Gate MCAS NR Cost: $4.0M, CCD: Nov 11 MARSOC Cost: $257.8M CCD: Dec 11 Wallace Creek, Ph. 1 Cost: $194.6M CCD: Dec 11 P1157/1188 Brewster CDCs Cost: $15.2M, CCD: Dec 11 $638M in MILCON projects completed in FY12 shown in blue $216M in MILCON projects completed in FY13 shown in yellow $103M in MILCON projects completed in FY14 shown in green P1256 Mess Hall Addition Cost: $1.3M, CCD: Nov 12 P714 NR Fitness Center Cost: $16.2M, CCD: Aug 12 P5602 Replace School, TT II Cost: $14.4M CCD: Apr 13 P1357 ARRA CDC Cost: $7.6M CCD: Mar 13 Marine Corps Energy Initiative Cost: $46.2M CCD: Dec 12 FY 09 BEQ (HP) Cost: $49.5M CCD: Dec 12 P1304 MP Working Dog Kennel Cost: $5.0M, CCD: Feb 13 P1187B Stone Bay Exchange Cost: $1.6M, CCD: Dec 12 P031 Multi-Purpose Machine Gun Range Cost: $15.8M CCD: Dec 12 P1246 EOD Addition Cost: $5.5M, CCD: May 13 P1378 Wounded Warrior H&C Cost: $13.2M, CCD: Feb 13 P725 Upgrade Fuel Pump Station Cost: $1.0M, CCD: Jan 13 P1857 Hospital Addition Cost: $39.0M, CCD: Jul 13 As of: 14 Mar14 P1004 Site Prep for NICoE Cost: $1.4M, CCD: Aug 13 P1160 Wallace Creek Fitness Center Cost: $22.7M, CCD: Oct 13 P1266C Water Wells Cost: $3.0MCCD: Jul 13 P1136 Mod. K Range Ph. II Cost: $13.1M, CCD: Jun 13 P032 Infantry Platoon Battle Course Cost: $17.8M, CCD: Feb 14 P1268B Camp Geiger Access Upgrades Cost: $8.3M, CCD: Jan 14 Q419 Battalion Aid Station Expansion Cost: $1.5M, CCD: Feb 14 P1269B Verona Loop & K-Range Water Lines Cost: $6.3M, CCD: Nov 13 P1269 TECOM (SOI) Devil Dog Cost: $12.6M, CCD: Dec 13 P1267 Mess Hall Cost: $16.5M, CCD: Mar 14 P1266 Utility Expansion Cost: $17.4M, CCD: Jan 14