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Sadler roicc cherry point brief for small business outreach   march 2012
Sadler roicc cherry point brief for small business outreach   march 2012
Sadler roicc cherry point brief for small business outreach   march 2012
Sadler roicc cherry point brief for small business outreach   march 2012
Sadler roicc cherry point brief for small business outreach   march 2012
Sadler roicc cherry point brief for small business outreach   march 2012
Sadler roicc cherry point brief for small business outreach   march 2012
Sadler roicc cherry point brief for small business outreach   march 2012
Sadler roicc cherry point brief for small business outreach   march 2012
Sadler roicc cherry point brief for small business outreach   march 2012
Sadler roicc cherry point brief for small business outreach   march 2012
Sadler roicc cherry point brief for small business outreach   march 2012
Sadler roicc cherry point brief for small business outreach   march 2012
Sadler roicc cherry point brief for small business outreach   march 2012
Sadler roicc cherry point brief for small business outreach   march 2012
Sadler roicc cherry point brief for small business outreach   march 2012
Sadler roicc cherry point brief for small business outreach   march 2012
Sadler roicc cherry point brief for small business outreach   march 2012
Sadler roicc cherry point brief for small business outreach   march 2012
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  • Good morning everyone…my name is Marjie Sadler. I am the head of contracting for the ROICC Office at Cherry Point and I want to take the next 10-15 minutes to tell you about the work we do in of our office.
  • Here is a quick overview of the topics I will be covering. Hit a few of these titles.
  • Most of you already know that Cherry Point is a Marine Corps Air Station but here are some of facts about Cherry Point that will give you an idea of the scope of our job.
  • This slide gives us a regional overview of Cherry Point and shows us the proximity of the outlying fields as well as Camp LeJeune.
  • Our office is responsible for large construction (MILITARY CONSTRUCTION), Maintenance & Repair of buildings, Services (custodial, grounds maintenance, etc), and AE for the following customer. 2DMAW, FRCE, NHC, Station…if there is facilities related issues with any of our customers they come to us and in this way they can focus on keeping planes flying, reworking aircraft , etc.
  • This is a busy slide but the take away is that we do approx $60M / year of construction projects. We had a peak workload in 2010 which was a result of grow the force and we should level off at approx $60M. This is our steady state if you will!
  • In this slide and the next one I will be showing you some of our recently completed Military Construction projects at Cherry Point as well as some of the ongoing projects.
  • Green – completed. Blue are awarded projects / ongoing. New HQ building built after the previous HQ building burned down. Station Infrastruction is upgrading the water distribution and electrical systems. New BEQ is just getting started.
  • Gearbox Facility and JSF Test Facility will be built out along Highway 101 across from the HS. The new MASS-1 building will be built across the flight line along Roosevelt Blvd.
  • There is presently a lot of funding available for projects that save energy. This slides shows you what we will be working FY12. Although I don’t have the dollar value of the FY13 & FY14 program the big take away from this slide is there are projects and funding available for energy initiatives.
  • All contracts have Base and 4 option years They do not have any solicitations planned for the next year or so as the ones listed have recently been awarded and will carry the workload
  • Contracts shared with our sister office at CL so this information may look familiar to some of you if you attended the Jax outreach. VO- Veteran Owned DV- Disabled Vet HZ- Hub Zone SDB- Small Disadv Bus- 8 (a) SDBWO- Small Disadv Bus- Women Owned Contractor Type of AE Amount of Contract % Complete Government Services Planning $3M 52% Wiley & Wilson Mechanical $4M 40% Maune Belangia Faulkenberry Architecture $4M 98% Walker Group Architecture Inc. Architecture $4M 28% HBA//VHB Joint Venture Planning $3M 43% Talley & Smith Architecture Inc. Architecture $4M 38% Avolis - ( 08-8409) Civil $4M 30% C. Allen Bamforth Civil $4M 13%
  • The lion’s share of our construction workload is accomplished using the following MACC contracts which we utilized. Our customers wanted a way to get to the proven performers and we have a very deliberate process called source selection that we utilize to award these MACC contracts. However, there is a lot of subcontracting opportunities available with these contractors and if you are interested there is a handout for those who are interested.
  • Recognizing that a lot of our work is done by MACC contracts and much of your opportunities will be done by subcontracting. Also, I would like to stress that we are a military base with very strigent security and safety requirements. You will need a 50 state background check…I strongly encourage you to NOT try to bring employees that are convicted felons or illegal aliens on to the base…this will not reflect well on your company. There is a cost of doing business with the government and what it takes to meet our security and safety reqments should be considered when pricing your work.
  • The first two websites, FEDBIZOPs, and NECO are our primary tools for solicitation of NAVFAC MIDLANT opportunities in all business areas. I encourage all of you to monitor these sites carefully and to please consider participate in our solicitations. Also listed is the NC Military Business Centers website and if you are not familiar with this organization, I encourage you to be come familiar…they are a great tool for contractors to utilize. Points of Contact For MILCON - Ms Sharon Taylor in our IPT For Local – Marjie Sadler
  • Does anyone have questions?
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    • 1. NAVFAC MIDLANTResident Officer in Charge of Construction Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point Small Business Outreach March 2012 Ms. Marjorie Sadler Supervisory Contract Specialist Resident Officer in Charge of Construction NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic
    • 2. Overview  Scope of Facilities  Regional Overview  Our Major Customers  Our Historical & Projected Workload  Recent & Ongoing MILCON Program  Upcoming MILCON Program  Acquisition Opportunities (A/E, Construction & Service)  How Do I Get This Work?  How Do I Find This Work?  Questions?2 ROICC Cherry Point August 2009
    • 3. Scope of Facilities (Lots of “Stuff” to Maintain)  13K acres at MCAS Cherry Point  15K acres at support locations: • MCOLF Atlantic Field and MCALF Bogue Field • Bombing Targets (BT) 9 & 11  40,000 linear feet of runways  10 million square feet of building space  92 miles of streets & 3.5 miles of railroad tracks  2,000 family housing units (PPV)3 ROICC Cherry Point
    • 4. Regional Overview (What We are Responsible For…) Bombing Target (BT) – 9 Bombing Target (BT) – 11 MCOLF Atlantic MCALF Bogue Field4 ROICC Cherry Point
    • 5. Our Major Customers  2D Marine Aircraft Wing (MAW)  The “Station” • FacDev (M2/R2 & MILCON) • FMD (M1/R1) • Air Operations (airfield work) • MCCS • Housing (PPV Safety)  Fleet Readiness Center East  Naval Health Clinic  “D” organizations (DLA, DRMO, DESC)5 ROICC Cherry Point
    • 6. Our Historical & Projected Workload $120 104.1 $100 87.7 $80 82.1 77.8 73.5 74 71.1 63.7 60.6 63.3 65.6 63.3 64 Income: $60 Non-Income: 51.6 49.4 51.1 46.3 Total: 39.2 39.3 38.5 38.3 38 $40 35.8 36 32.4 30.9 30.6 32.4 32 31 32 26.4 19.5 ** Will be updated $20 week of 21 Nov11 $0 FY02FY03FY04FY05FY06FY07FY08FY09FY10FY11FY12FY13FY146 ROICC Cherry Point
    • 7. Recent MILCON Projects – North Consolidated Club Cost: $8.4M Grand Opening: Oct 107 ROICC Cherry Point
    • 8. Recent MILCON Projects – South P136 BEQ P176 Station Infra P122 UAV Hangar for VMU-2 Cost: $38.0M Upgrades Cost: $9.2M CCD: Jul 13 Cost: $5.2M CCD: Nov 09 KTR: Kisaq/RQ CCD: Nov 12 KTR: Quadrant P146/8 Ordnance & Missile Magazines Cost: $7.16M CCD: Dec 12 KTR: Sauer, Inc. P141 EMS/Fire Facility Cost: $5.3M P171 MACG/MTACS Facilities, CCD: Mar 12 MWCS Facilities, & MACS ATC KTR: Chavis Facilities Cost: $9.9M CCD: Jul 10 P191 2nd MAW Command Operations Facility Cost: $21.3M CCD: Mar 11 P935M Facility Energy Improvements Bldg 152 Cost: $1.5M CCD: Mar 12 P135 BEQ KTR: North State Cost: $23.2M Mechanical P974 V-22 Engineering CCD: Jan 11 Product Support Facility (FRC East) Cost: $16.2M CCD: Oct 108 ROICC Cherry Point
    • 9. Upcoming MILCON ProgramFY 12 • P991 FRCE H-1 Y/Z Helo Gearbox Repair & Test Fac (IH DBB) *Awarded two weeks ago*FY 13 • P601 Armory (IH DBB)FY 14 • P163 MASS-1 Headquarters • P990 FRCE JSF Vertical Lift Fan Test Facility9 ROICC Cherry Point
    • 10. Energy InitiativesFY 12 •$30M program •HVAC/EMCS Projects •Lighting Projects (Street Lighting & Interior Lighting) •Water Conservation Projects •Solar/Thermal Projects •Steam ProjectsFY 13 & 14 - $$ ???10 ROICC Cherry Point
    • 11. Midlant A/E Contracts Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Maximum Active Contracts Firm Award Date Amount Value Engineering and Cost Estimating Downey and Scott 03/09 $5M/Life Architectural Design and Engineering Services HBA 02/10 $15M/Life Architectural Design and Engineering Services AECOM 02/10 $15M/Life Civil Design and Engineering Services Richard Catlin 03/10 $7.5M/Life Utilities Engineering Services AECOM 03/10 $30M/Life Civil Design and Engineering Services C. Allan Bamforth, Jr. 06/10 $7.5M/Life11 ROICC Cherry Point
    • 12. ROICC Local A/E Contracts Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Award Maximum Business Active Contracts Firm Date Amount Type Maune, Belangia, & Architectural 5/20/10 $3.5M SB Faulkenberry Architectural The Walker Group 6/3/10 $3.5M WOSB Architectural DJG Inc 6/03/10 $3.5M SB Civil Greenhorne & O’Mara 5/18/09 $2.5M LB Environmental AMEC E&I 9/23/10 $4.0M LB Environmental EEE Inc 9/22/10 $4.0M SB Mechanical Bowman & Foster 5/11/09 $3.5M VOSB Mechanical CEMS Inc 601/09 $3.5M SB12 ROICC Cherry Point
    • 13. MACC Status Active Existing Expiration Maximum Award Date Remaining Capacity MACCS Option Date Amount Mechanical 04/28/2009 2nd Option 04/27/2012 $300M/Life $169.5M (for life of contract) Painting 05/11/2010 1st Option 05/10/2012 $100M/Life $96.5M (for life of contract) Civil/Paving 09/01/2009 2nd Option 08/31/2012 $90M/Life $29.5M (for life of contract) Roof 09/09/2010 1st Option 09/08/2012 $100M/Life $94.2M (for life of contract) General (SB) 09/15/2010 1st Option 09/14/2012 $450M/Life $357.2M (for life of contract) HubZone 01/13/2009 4th Option 09/27/2011 $20M/yr. $1.1M (for option period) General Mini 01/13/2009 3rd Option 01/12/2013 $20M/yr. $19.0M (for option period) SDVOSB 02/05/2009 2nd Option 02/04/2012 $20M/yr. $19.2M (for option period) 8(a) 03/07/2011 Base Year 03/06/2012 $100M/Life $99.2M(for life of contract) HubZone 08/16/2011 Base Year 08/15/2012 $100M/Life $98.2M (for life of contract)13 ROICC Cherry Point
    • 14. New MACCs Maximum New MACCS Award Date Status Amount SDVOSB TBD $100M/yr. Evaluating Current Requirement (Proposed New)14 ROICC Cherry Point
    • 15. Services Contracts Status – ROICC Award Existing Expiration Award Amount Current Contract Active Contracts Date Option Date (Including Options) Value MALS 29 TRANSPORTATION 2/2/09 Final Option 2/1/13 $536,484.48 $ 681,276.25 NH GROUNDS MAINTENANCE 1/29/10 2nd Option 1/31/15 $86,283.00 $105,423.00 PM, REPAIR & ALTER VTE 4/1/10 2nd Option 3/31/15 $423,968.54 $745,766.57 CENTRAL ENERGY PLANT MAINTENANCE 9/20/10 1st Option 9/30/15 $4,398,220.00 $1,775,669.06 PM FOR ULTRA-VIOLET 9/30/10 1st Option 9/30/15 $219,440.00 $87,776.00 SYSTEM B-4646 POND MAINTENANCE 9/30/10 1st Option 7/31/15 $39,489.00 $39,489.00 CUSTODIAL SERVICES 11/01/10 1st Option 9/30/15 $10,111,285.23 $3,560,843.1115 ROICC Cherry Point
    • 16. Services Contracts Status – ROICC Award Existing Expiration Award Amount Current Contract Active Contracts Date Option Date (Including Options) Value SERVICE GREASE TRAPS, SEALED VAULT TOILETS, 12/16/10 1st Option 12/19/15 $2,322,500.00 $2,351,516.00 PORT-A-JOHNS, & DISPOSAL OF SEWAGE PLANT SLUDGE GRINDING OF EXCESS WOOD FOR BOILER FUEL 9/12/11 Base 7/31/14 $48,730.00 $15,000.00 RAILROAD MAINTENANCE & REPAIR LEJEUNE & CHERRY 10/1/11 Base 3/31/12 $149,000.00 $134,380.00 PT CHERRY POINT GROUNDS MAINTENANCE 10/1/11 Base 9/30/16 $9,149,631.23 $7,989,131.13 RECYCLABLE MATERIAL COLLECTION 10/1/11 Base 9/30/14 $161,856.00 $161,856.00 FACILITIES MAINTENANCE & 12/07/11 Base 12/31/14 $2,402,574.75 $178,993.31 REPAIR (MINI-BOS)16 ROICC Cherry Point
    • 17. How do I get this work? •To be a Prime Contractor –Register in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) –Obtain a Duns & Bradstreet Number (DUNS) •To Subcontract –Contact any of the following (Names & POCs listed in handout) • Multiple Award Construction (MAC) Contractors • Service Contractors • Housing Privatization Contractor - AMCC –Meet the minimum requirements to gain access the base17 ROICC Cherry Point
    • 18. How do I find this work? • Solicitation & Award Venues: – Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps) https://www.fbo.gov/ – Navy Electronic Commerce Online (NECO) https://www.neco.navy.mil – North Carolina Military Business Center http://www.ncmbc.us/ and/or http://www.matchforce.org/ – POC: Sharon Taylor, Supervisory Contract Specialist NC IPT, (757) 322-8258 – POC: Marjie Sadler, Supervisory Contract Specialist, ROICC Cherry Point, (252) 466-475018 ROICC Cherry Point
    • 19. Questions19 ROICC Cherry Point

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