US Army Reserve - Tad Davis, SES


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  • Integrate sustainability into Army planning, training, equipping, and operations in order to ensure future operational capabilities, lower life cycle costs, reduce impacts and conserve resources.
  • Integrate sustainability into Army planning, training, equipping, and operations in order to ensure future operational capabilities, lower life cycle costs, reduce impacts and conserve resources.
  • The Army’s vision is to appropriately manage our natural resources with a net zero strategy. This strategy is to manage our installations not only on a net zero energy basis, but net zero water and waste as well. Energy security and sustainability are operationally necessary and financially prudent. We are creating a culture that recognizes the value of sustainabilityThe net zero vision is a holistic approach to addressing energy, water, and waste at Army installations. is a force multiplier enabling the Army to appropriately steward available resources, manage costs and provide our Soldiers, Families and Civilians with a sustainable future. The Net Zero vision ensures that sustainable practices will be instilled and managed throughout the appropriate levels of the Army, while also maximizing operational capability, resource availability and well-being.
  • US Army Reserve - Tad Davis, SES

    1. 1. “The Army Reserve – An Enduring Operational Force” Mr. Tad Davis Chief Executive Officer US Army Reserve Command20 OCT 11 1
    2. 2. Agenda  Mission  Army Reserve Priorities  Footprint (National / Regional / State)  New Facilities  Military Construction Army Reserve (MCAR)  “The Future”  Declining MCAR Resources  Sustainability  “The Challenge”20 OCT 11 2
    3. 3. U.S. Army Reserve Command Mission: To provide trained, equipped, and ready Soldiers and cohesive units to meet the global requirements across the full spectrum of operations.20 OCT 11 3
    4. 4. Army Reserve Priorities  Transform to an enduring operational force  Provide the best trained, best led, best equipped Soldiers and units to combatant commanders  Recruit, retain, and reintegrate through a Continuum of Services the best and brightest Citizen-Soldiers  Provide Citizen-Soldiers and their Families with the training, support, and recognition to sustain a cohesive, effective fighting force  Build and maintain a partnership with industry to facilitate Citizen-Soldier contributions to both a prosperous economy and a skilled, experienced, and capable Army20 OCT 11 4
    5. 5. Army Reserve Footprint# AMSA: 40 # AMSA: 25# ECS: 7 # ECS: 6# FACIDs: 336 Bldg Avg. Age # FACIDs: 286# UNITS: 654 # UNITS: 472Facilities Square Footage: 15,643,277 39.2 years Facilities Square Footage: 10,218,980Managed Acreage: 11,468 Managed Acreage: 3,435# AMSA: 21 # AMSA: 29# ECS: 7 # ECS: 8# FACIDs: 190 # FACIDs: 299# UNITS: 338 # UNITS: 449Facilities Square Footage: 7,859,496 Facilities Sq Footage: 8,241,024Managed Acreage: 3,416 Managed Acreage: 1,51520 OCT 11 5
    6. 6. North Carolina Footprint Location of Army Reserve Activities Total Facilities in Area: 4520 OCT 11 6
    7. 7. Recent North Carolina Projects Cary, NC Total Gross SF: 67,747 Program Amount: $12.1 M Completed: July 2009Wilmington, NCTotal Gross SF: 62,687Program Amount:$12.4 MCompleted: June 201120 OCT 11 7
    8. 8. MCAR Program Southeast MCAR Program PA FY Description Location St ($000) 2012 Army Reserve Center/Land Greensboro NC 19,000 2012 Army Reserve Center/Land Orangeburg SC 12,000 2014 Army Reserve Center Ft Bragg NC 24,000 2015 Aviation Support Facility Clearwater FL 52,000 2017 Army Reserve Center/OMS/UHS/Land Asheville NC 14,272 2017 Army Reserve Center/Land Miramar FL 27,647 2017 Army Reserve Center/Land Meridian MS 11,063 Total 159,98220 OCT 11 8
    9. 9. “There’s something happening here What it is ain’t exactly clear….” Buffalo Springfield,196720 OCT 11 9
    10. 10. Army Reserve MCAR Trends 1200000 1000000 800000 BRAC 600000 GTA MCAR $ TOTAL 400000 200000 0 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 FY20 OCT 11 10
    11. 11. Army Sustainability NEW REALITIES  Federal initiatives focusing Department of Defense (DoD) to be “eco-friendly”  Cyber networks controlling electrical generation/distribution are susceptible to compromise and potential power outages affecting critical infrastructure  DoD operating budgets face Congressional pressure to propose reductions, thus creating opportunities when/where overall savings can be provided  Energy dependence creates logistical supply burdens which increase operational vulnerabilities and put Soldiers at risk  Energy security directly affecting mission readiness and unit preparedness – need for secure and uninterrupted access to energy both at home and abroad20 OCT 11 11
    12. 12. Army Sustainability METRICS Provision Goal Reduce energy consumption 3% per year from FY06- 30% reduction in energy intensity by 2015 15 compared to FY2003 baseline Perform comprehensive energy & water evaluations 100% by Jun 2012 in all Federal facilities Meter electricity in Federal facilities where LCC- 100% by 1 Oct 2012 effective (buildings greater than 29ksf) Meter natural gas and steam in Federal facilities 100% by 1 Oct 2016 where LCC-effective Install most energy efficient & LCC-effective designs, 100% of all large capital energy systems, equipment, & controls investments in Federal facilities At least 30% of hot water requirement supplied by 100% of new or substantially modified solar heating if LCC-effective Federal buildings Install at least one renewable fuel pump at all Federal 100% by 2012 – except when turnover fleet fueling centers rate is less than 100k gal/yr No limit to percentage retention of realized cost Use savings from ESPC for future energy savings from ESPC contracts projects Reduce fossil fuel generated energy use in new & Reduce by 55% in 2010 & renovated Federal buildings 100% by 2030 Federally procured appliances must use one watt or 100% of new procurements less of standby power20 OCT 11 12
    13. 13. Army Sustainability20 OCT 11 13
    14. 14. Army Sustainability Triple Bottom Line - Plus + Economic Benefit The Army… Building Green, Buying Green, Going Green Army Green = Army Strong20 OCT 11 14
    15. 15. Army Sustainability  A Net Zero ENERGY Installation is an installation that produces as much energy on site as it uses, over the course of a year.  A Net Zero WATER Installation limits the consumption of freshwater resources and returns water back to the same watershed so not to deplete the groundwater and surface water resources of that region in quantity or quality.  A Net Zero WASTE Installation is an installation that reduces, reuses, and recovers waste streams, converting them to resource values with zero landfill. Fort Hunter Liggett (Waste and Energy)  A Net ZERO Installation is one which applies an integrated approach to Fort Buchanan (Water) management of energy, water, and waste to capture and commercialize the resource Parks Reserve Forces Training Area (Energy) value and/or enhance the ecological productivity of land, water, and air.20 OCT 11 15
    16. 16. The Challenge “Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” Theodore Roosevelt20 OCT 11 16