1.45M CY completed in the EDR area. 1,505 Total PPDR.Right of Way (ROW) – City of Joplin, City of Duquesne, and Jasper CountyExpedited Debris Removal (EDR) zone ended 7AUG11 (90/10 cost share in EDR).Personal Property Debris Removal (PPDR). Currently only have this mission in the EDR Zone Expanded ROW debris removal mission 8/8 – 8/21 (75/25 cost share).
6 residential and 1 commercial sector established to coordinate contractor activities.
Included street and 10 foot Right of Way
Did not include demolition (2 or more walls remaining)
Joplin Rfo.Commanders Final Report.20 Sep 11
USACE Joplin Area TornadoRecovery MissionCommander’s Final Report11 September 2011 US Army Corps of Engineers BUILDING STRONG®
Scope of Devastation• On the evening of 22 May 2011, an EF5 tornado devastated a heavily-populated and densely-vegetated area in the cities of Joplin and Duquesne, Missouri• Trail of devastation was 6 miles long and nearly 1 mile wide.• Destroyed nearly 30% of Joplin (nearly 75% damaged) – More than 4000 homes. – More than 1000 businesses. – 7 schools. – 1 major hospital.• Killed 160 people.
Mission Statement The USACE Kansas City Districtestablished a Recovery Field Office (RFO) to provide rapid response and recovery assistance to the citizens of Joplin andDuquesne, MO through the execution ofFEMA Mission Assignments in support of the National Response Framework.
USACE Response Timeline• 23 May at 0844: FEMA issues WARNO to USACE• 23 May at 1508: FEMA issues verbal mission assignments for Regional Activation & Debris• 24 May: NWK deploys NWP Debris PRT and LRH Temp Housing Planning Team to Joplin; also deployed Team Leaders to RRCC and JFO• 25-26 May: NWK CDR, Deputy, EM Chief and GIS lead visit Alabama to gain lessons learned• 25-26 May: NWK begins working SDIC contract for Joplin area• 26 May: FEMA issues verbal mission assignment for RFO• 27 May: FEMA issues formal mission assignment for RFO• 27 May: RFO location identified in Joplin, MO• 28 May: Advanced Party occupies RFO• 29 May-30 May: Additional Key & Essential Personnel report to RFO• 30 May: SDIC contract awarded 01 Jun: RFO receives Critical Public Facilities Planning Mission from FEMA• 01 Jun: 1st truck-load of debris hauled• 01 Jun: Received $30 Million for Debris Mission• 03 Jun: Received $35 Million for Debris Mission• 07 Jun: RFO receives Mission to build Temporary Fire Stations 2 & 4• 13 Jun: RFO receives Temporary Housing Mission• 17 Jun: RFO receives Temporary Schools Mission
USACE Response Timeline• 17 Jun: Received $147.5 Million for Debris Mission• 23 Jun: Contractor places first Temp Fire Station unit• 27 Jun: RFO issues last of 8 awards for Temporary School Contracts• 30 Jun: Pre construction meeting with the 3 Follow-on Debris Contractors• 01 July: Temporary Housing contract awarded• 05 July: Temporary Housing began construction• 05 July: Removed over 1 Million cubic yards of debris• 09 July: Follow-on Contractors begin onsite work• 15 July: Returned $10 Million of Debris Funding• 17 July: SDIC contractor completed operation in the EDR• 22 July: Returned $10 Million of Debris Funding• 1 Aug: Contract “Substantially” completed target• 7 Aug: Completion of the EDR 90/10 cost share• 7 Aug: Projected vegetation reduction site completed• 8 Aug: Start 75/25 cost share (Debris Mission)• 21 Aug: Complete 75/25 cost share (Debris Mission)• 26 Aug: RFO Closeout
Commander’s Final ReportDebris MissionPRT Lead – Portland/Kansas City Districts US Army Corps of Engineers BUILDING STRONG®
Debris MissionSCOPE:• Provided Debris PRT support personnel andcontractor resources to coordinate andexecute all necessary actions associated withdebris clearance and removal• Completed all 90/10 work by 7 Aug; includedmore than 1.45M CY of debris and 1505Private Property Debris Removal (PPDR)• Completed additional 75/25 debris by 21Aug• Debris consisted of Construction andDemolition (C&D), Vegetative, and RegulatedAsbestos Containing Material (RACM)• Provided Technical Assistance thru 29 SepCRITICAL MILESTONES: PROGRAM AMOUNT: $192.5M• Tornado Event – 22 May • $55M Weston (Debris Removal)• SDIC Contract Award – 30 May • $30M Intelligent Investments (Debris)• First debris loaded and hauled – 1 Jun • $30M R&R Trucking (Debris Removal)• First ROE received from FEMA – 16 Jun • $30M Larry Snyder & Co. (Debris Removal)• Small Business Contract Awards – 24 Jun • $20M Asbell Trucking (Veg Reduction)• End of PPDR and 90/10 Cost Share – 7 Aug • $7.4M Rostan Solutions (ADMS)• End of extended ROW work – 21 Aug • $13.4M Misc
Commander’s Final ReportTemporary Housing MissionPRT Lead – Huntington District US Army Corps of Engineers BUILDING STRONG®
Temporary Housing MissionSCOPE• Provide design, site development, andconstruction, including installation of utilities,for Community Group Sites as directed byFEMA• Two Parks concurrently constructed: HopeHaven (152 units) and Officer Jeff TaylorMemorial Acres (194 units)• Pads released in phases within each site forhousing unit placement to expedite occupancy• Provided 170 units for families with school-age children before the first day of schoolCRITICAL MILESTONES PROGRAM AMOUNT: $9.4M• PRT DEPLOYED TO JOPLIN – 13JUN11 • Site plan and design leveraged “Hope• PROPOSALS RECEIVED - 28JUN11 Haven” site for future Regional Training• CONTRACT AWARDS – 01JUL11 Facility for Emergency Responders (Police• CONSTRUCTION START – 5JUL11 Chief involved)• TURNOVER of PADS BEGINS – 22JUL11 • Used Huntington District MATOC contractors• COMPLETE – 31AUG11 for infrastructure work
Temporary HousingOfficer Jeff Taylor Memorial Acres
Temporary Housing Officer Jeff Taylor Memorial Acres• 194 Community Homes• 11 Storm Shelters• School Bus/ Trolley Stop• 31 UFAS Accessible Units
Temporary HousingHope Haven Community Group Site
Temporary Housing Hope Haven Community Group Site• 152 Community Homes• 9 Storm Shelters• School Bus/ Trolley Stop• 21 UFAS Accessible Units
Commander’s Final ReportCritical Public Facilities MissionPRT Lead – New York District US Army Corps of Engineers BUILDING STRONG®
Critical Public Facilities Fire Stations 2&4SCOPE:• Developed Critical Public Facilities plan forCity of Joplin’s Fire Department. Includedconstruction of 2 temporary fire stations thatwill be utilized for approximately 1 ½ years atthe existing site of the destroyed facility• Each station has 2 vehicle bays, sleepingquarters, storage area, workout facility, andkitchenCRITICAL MILESTONES: PROGRAM AMOUNT:• CONTRACT AWARD DATE - 16JUN11• START CONSTRUCTION - 20JUN11 • First projects to be completed by USACE• CONSTRUCTION COMPLETION- 7JUL11
Critical Public Facilities SchoolsSCOPE:• Installed modular facilities at 8 interim school locations for the Joplin School District, to include High School, Intermediate School, and Elementary Schools• Modular structures included science labs, gymnasiums, kitchens, and cafeterias• Storm shelters provided at all sitesCRITICAL MILESTONES PROGRAM AMOUNT:• CONTRACT AWARD DATES – 20-29 JUN 11• BENEFICIAL OCCUPANCY DATE – 12AUG11 • All schools completed and received• SCHOOLS REOPEN – 17AUG11 Certificates of Occupancy before scheduled first day of school (17 Aug )
Critical Public Facilities St. Johns Mercy HospitalSCOPE• Infrastructure Design Development and Construction for 1M SF temporary hospital• Hospital and FEMA tasked USACE with the site design and development of approximately 200,000 square feet of long term component medical facilities• Timeline will be dependent on project phasing and fabrication of modular units• Acquisition strategy Identified for site works, design/build will be used. A/E will be used to develop RFPCRITICAL MILESTONES PROGRAM AMOUNT: Pending• APRIL 2012- SITE WORK AND COMPONENT HOSPITAL TO BE COMPLETED
PROJECT MODULAR STORM TENT COMMENTS UNITS SHELTERS STRUCTUREFIRESTATION #2 #4 2 2 2 2 MODULAR UNITS , 2 GARAGES, STORM SHELTERSIRVING@WASHINGTON 7 7 N/A 7 CLASSROOMS AND KITCHEN UNIT WITH FREEZERS, STORM SHELTERSEARLY CHILDHOOD@ 30 N/A N/A CLASSROOMSMcKINLEYJOPLIN HIGH SCHOOL@ 9 37 N/A CLASSROOMS, KITCHEN UNITSSHOPKO WITH FREEZERS, AND STORM SHELTERSJOPLIN HIGH SCHOOL@ 17 N/A N/A CLASSROOMSMEMORIALEMERSON@DUQUESNE 8 3 1 CLASSROOMS, GYMNASIUM, STORM SHELTERSDUQUESNE@DUENWEG 7 9 N/A CLASSROOMS, STORM SHELTERSEAST MIDDLE SCHOOL@ 19 1 1 CLASSROOMS, GYMNASIUM,CROSSROADS LOCKER ROOM, KITCHEN UNIT WITH FREEZERS, AND STORM SHELTERSFRANKLIN TECH N/A 4 N/A STORM SHELTERS
100 105 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 5 0 New Orleans SW Division Buffalo S Pacific Division Rock Island Nashville Baltimore GL/OR Div Pac Ocean Div Huntsville Honolulu St Paul Miss Valley Div Omaha Jacksonville Detroit 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 Louisville N Atlantic Div Pittsburgh HQ Galveston 3 3 3 3 3 Mobile ACE-IT Chicago Seattle Walla Walla Alaska 4 4 4 5 5 5 Vicksburg Albuquerque NW Division Total Employee Deployed = 439 Little Rock Norfolk USACE District/Division Representation 6 6 6 6 7 New England Logistics Philadelphia Los Angeles 9 10 10 10 St Louis San Francisco 12 13 Huntington 14 Fort Worth 16 Tulsa 21 New York 23 Sacramento 41 Portland 66RAO (Annuitants) 98 Kansas City
Highlights• Structure – Responsiveness: ESF#3, District, PRTs and Supporting Districts mobilized rapidly and established key relationships – External Relationships: Strategic Communications with FEMA, State, and Local stakeholders aligned goals and effort – Internal Relationships: ESF/RFO matrix alignment (needs to occur earlier in mission)• Process – Project Management Approach: Completed of ALL missions on schedule – Safety: Command focus resulted in only 1 reportable accident despite aggressive optempo and record heat• Tools – Forecasting: Resource-loaded schedules allowed leaders to manage resources effectively and efficiently – PRB: Weekly boards allowed PRTs to maintain project focus and stakeholder satisfaction
Lessons Learned• Structure – Matrix Alignment: Establish clear lines of communication and responsibilities; focus on ESF/RFO integration along PDT lines – Project Management: Provide PMP and PDT training for MM/AO; run RFO like a PMO – Advance Party: Mobilize most experienced ESF/RFO leaders and SMEs on ground early to establish unity of effort• Process – Contracting: Develop ACI-type MATOCs that support mission (key milestones, incentives, Stafford Act, etc) – Operations: Create a PMBP-type approach to RFO operations (v. SOPs)• Tools – Project Controls: Mobilize robust PC team to support PRTs – Information Management: Standardize PRT reporting procedures and tools that allow RFO leadership to forecast and analyze critical information – Dashboard: Provide common operating picture, while standardizing and synchronizing information analysis and reporting; serves as training tool