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2011 FEDCON Summit

2011 FEDCON Summit

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  • Introductions…
  • Civil Works contracts to be advertised in FY 2012 include substantial work to the multi-purposereservoirs the Army Corps of Engineers maintains and several dredging projects. CW is on the decline with $ being taken from the Corps regular appropriations for flood fighting in the midwest instead of emergency supplemental appropriations.
  • Civil FY 12 continued…


  • 1. NC FEDCON SUMMITJim MedlockChief, Programs Management20 October 2011Wilmington, NCUS Army Corps of EngineersBUILDING STRONG® BUILDING STRONG®
  • 2. District MissionWilmington District serves the Armed Forces and our Nation…• Civil Works • Water resource services • Regulatory services • Emergency management•Military Construction • Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point (MOTSU) • US Army Special Operations Command (USASOC)-Ft Bragg, NC • Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC)-Ft Bragg, NC 2 BUILDING STRONG®
  • 3. District Boundaries 2 Deep Water Ports & multiple Roanoke Huntington inlets District5 Multi-use Reservoirs Norfolk District VA NC Manteo Nashville District Asheville Raleigh Washington Ft Bragg Morehead Charleston District City Multiple coastal storm damage reduction projects MOTSU Wilmington3 Lock and Dams District Office 3 BUILDING STRONG®
  • 4. Wilmington District Regulatory Program Asheville Raleigh Washington Asheville Field Office Wilmington Raleigh Field Office Washington Field Office Wilmington Field Office 4 BUILDING STRONG®
  • 5. Water Resources Development (Planning, Design & Construction)• Flood Damage Reduction• Navigation• Coastal Storm Damage Reduction• Ecosystem Restoration and Environmental MitigationSecondary: • Hydropower • Recreation 5 BUILDING STRONG®
  • 6. Expected Fiscal Year 2012 Work Civil Works 1 of 2 ACQ PROJECT Est. Cost ($) Strategy ADV *Wilmington Harbor Outer Ocean Bar - Maintenance Dredging 5M-10M UR Oct 2011 JH Kerr Powerhouse – Replace Sump Pump 200K-500K UR Nov 2011 *Morehead City Ocean Bar - Maintenance Dredging 1M-5M UR Nov 2011 Cape Fear Lock and Dam No. 1 – Repair Esplanade 500K-1M SB Dec 2011 Philpott Powerhouse – Replace Head Gate Machinery 1M-5M UR Dec 2011JH Kerr Powerhouse, VA - Replace Raw Water Room Piping 1M-5M UR Jan 2012 6 BUILDING STRONG®
  • 7. Expected Fiscal Year 2012 Work Civil Works 2 of 2 ACQ PROJECT Est. Cost ($) Strategy ADV Philpott Powerhouse – Switchgear Relocation 1M-5M UR Feb 2012 B Everett Jordan and Falls Lake - Ground Maintenance 100K-200K SB Mar 2012B Everett Jordan and Falls Lake - Shoreline Erosion Control 100K-200K SB Mar 2012 Philpott Powerhouse – Replace Generator Governors 100K-500K SB Mar 2012 *Wilmington Harbor Anchorage Basin - Maintenance Dredging 1M-5M SB Jun 2012 Concord Stream Restoration, Concord, NC 1M-5M Hub SB Sep 2012 7 BUILDING STRONG®
  • 8. Contact Information• Central Contractor Registration ► ► Must be registered before getting contract award ► CCR Handbook @• Federal Business Opportunities ► ► Advertises Federal Government Procurement opportunities over $25,000• Wilmington District Contracting link ► ► Link “Contracting Opportunities” (SAW)• Donna Walton, Deputy for Small Business (910)251-4452 e-mail: 8 BUILDING STRONG®
  • 9. Questions? 9 BUILDING STRONG®