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  • All BRACThese include completed and yet to be awarded projects. (This and next slide)
  • The three projects that are yet to be awarded are: Camden, NJ; Newtown, CT; and New HampshireAll three are Reserve projects
  • These do not include contracts already awarded this fiscal year.MATOC schedule for FY11 is Issue Solicitation on Nov 29, 2010; Proposals Due Jan 20, 2011; Award Mar 31, 2011.These dates will depend on PARC reviews/approval. MATOCs are the Environmental & Restoration Service Contracts (ERSC). We will be awarding 2 pools of contracts, a large business and a small business pool. In the large business pool, we hope to award up to 5 contracts. In the small business pool, we're hoping to award up to 7 contracts.
  • FY11 Goals:Small Business - 33%Small Disadvantaged Business - 5%Woman Owned Business - 6%Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business - 3% HubZone Business - 10% HBCU MI Business - 10%FAR 19.001 defines “small business concern” as a business entity, including its affiliates, organized for profit, that: Is independently owned and operated,Not dominate in the field of operation in which it is bidding on government contract, andQualifies as a small under the criteria and size standards in 13 CFR 121 Four types of set-aside programs for small business concerns:-SBA Section 8(a) (helps socially & economically challenged business owners who show potential for success; these businesses are in a developmental program for 9 years through SBA )-SBA HUBZone Program (helps businesses located in distressed areas-Historically Underutilized Business area (HUB)-based on census data)-Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) (helps service disabled veteran business owners)-Small Business Set-aside (contract that is set aside for only small business competition)Challenges:-DA assigned goals/floors-Projects under-funded-Army in general is moving toward large contracts that require the capacity of large businesses-Getting good qualified small business contracts-Bonding capacity for small businesses-Customer buy-in on set-asidesNot included in these numbers are the dollars that go to subcontractors on large projects, our target is 70% of the subcontractors amount goes to small business.The “total district business” of $1.27B refers to contract dollars obligated, as opposed to the $1.8B that refers to workload executed.
  • Safety Evaluation FactorsContract Types:LPTA (eliminator) Best Value/Trade Off (discriminator)Factors:Safety Performance and RecordDART / EMR supporting paperworkSafety Initiatives and CertificationsNarrative on safety programs, certifications, awards, etc.Not a copy of the safety planImpacts to Small & New BusinessesPay close attention to submission and evaluation criteria
  • USE OUR WEB PAGE!!!!!Step One – Go to the LRL internet page and Select “Offices/Functions” from the left hand bar.Step Two – Scroll Down on the “Offices/Functions” page and Select the “Contracting Division” tab at the bottom.
  • Step 3 – You have arrived!!!
  • Location:Seelbach Hilton Hotel
  • These slides do not contain data on contracts that were advertised more than 30 days ago because there would not be time for application.
  • VA 2 Story Building Addition for Imaging Center, Cincinnati, OHAward Date: 03 Jan 2011VA Construct Parking Garage-RLR VAMC, Indianapolis, INAward Date: 28 Feb 2011The Forest Products Lab Project was already advertised
  • Rosemary Gilbertson

    1. 1. US Army Corps of Engineers<br />Louisville District<br />Rosemary Gilbertson, PE<br />Chief, Engineering Management Branch<br />Louisville District<br />19 Jan 11<br />
    2. 2. <ul><li> LRL Economic Impact to the Nation is </li></ul> $7,689,455,315<br /><ul><li>LRL Strength – 1,394 employees
    3. 3. Deployed – 44 employees</li></ul>FY10 Overview<br />FY10 Program<br />$72.6M<br />$304.26M <br />$1.319B<br />FY2010 Total Program: $1.696B<br /><ul><li> 4,400 Contract Actions
    4. 4. Small Business Record- $641.9M
    5. 5. ARRA - $227M
    6. 6. 35 MILCON Projects Delivered
    7. 7. 25 BRAC Projects Delivered</li></ul>FY10 Results<br />FY10 Contracts<br /><ul><li>Olmsted on Track
    8. 8. Two Gold Sustainable AFRC Projects </li></ul> with an Eye Toward Platinum<br /><ul><li>Smithland Groundbreaking
    9. 9. Sustainable River Project
    10. 10. TRANSCOM & HRCoE</li></li></ul><li>CECIL M. <br />HARDEN<br />ROUGH <br />RIVER<br />CARR<br />CREEK<br />Civil Program<br />The primary civil works services we provide include:<br /><ul><li> Flood Damage Reduction
    11. 11. Navigation
    12. 12. Regulatory Activities
    13. 13. Water Supply
    14. 14. Water Quality
    15. 15. Hydropower
    16. 16. Environmental Conservation & Enhancement
    17. 17. Recreation
    18. 18. Emergency Response</li></ul>SALAMONIE<br />J. EDWARD ROUSH<br />MISSISSINEWA<br />CLARENCE <br />J. BROWN<br />OH<br />IN<br />CAESAR CREEK<br />BROOKVILLE<br />CAGLES <br />MILL<br />WEST FORK <br />MILL CREEK<br />MONROE<br />IL<br />WILLIAM H. HARSHA<br />RIVER<br />MARKLAND L&D<br />T<br />PATOKA<br />RIVER<br />WABASH<br />KY<br />CANNELTON<br />McALPINE L&D<br />NEWBURGH L&D<br />T<br />€<br />OHIO<br />Frankfort<br />T<br />JOHN T. MYERS<br />CAVE RUN<br />T<br />T<br />TAYLORSVILLE<br />L&D<br />T<br />Louisville<br />1<br />T<br />L&D 52<br />T<br />T<br />2<br />NOLIN<br />L&D 53<br />T<br />T<br />BUCKHORN<br />GREEN<br />RIVER<br />SMITHLAND L&D<br />OLMSTED L&D<br />BARREN RIVER<br />TENN<br />
    19. 19. History and Outlookof the LRL Civil Works Program<br />
    20. 20. 5<br />Olmsted Locks & Dam<br />Replace Locks & Dams 52 & 53<br />Hub of the Inland Navigation System<br />2009 Data <br />L&D 52 = 80M tons & L&D 53 = 68M tons<br />11,000 Trucks per Day<br />L&D 52<br />Cost $2.1 Billion<br />50% Federal 50% Inland Waterways Trust Fund<br />Operational in 2016<br />Benefit Cost Ratio @ 7% 11.3 to 1<br />Average Annual Benefits = $488 M<br />L&D 53<br />
    21. 21. Military Program<br />Military Installations<br />Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, <br />Ohio, Michigan<br />306,000 Square Miles<br />7 Army <br />6 BRAC<br />5 Air Force <br />3 DOD<br /><ul><li> National PM USAR
    22. 22. National PM USAFR
    23. 23. National PM DLA Strategic Materials (Formerly National PM DNSP)</li></li></ul><li>History and Outlook of the LRL Military Program<br />
    24. 24.
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    26. 26. FY 11 Military Program<br />FY 11 Louisville District Programs<br />$215.3M (20.26%)<br />$47.7M (4.49%)<br />BRAC<br />3 Projects<br />$73M<br />(9%) <br />MILCON <br />49 Projects<br />$726.9M<br />(91%)<br />$799.9M (75.25%)<br />Total Military Program: $799.9M<br />Total District Business - $1.06B<br />FY 11 Civil Works Program<br />FY 11 Environmental Program<br />O &M $72.4M (33.63%)<br />GI<br />$500K (0.23%)<br />CG<br /> $142.4M (66.14%)<br />Total Environmental Program: $47.7M<br />Total Civil Works Program: $215.3M<br />
    27. 27. FY11 Planned Contract AwardsLouisville District<br />Number of Planned Contracts<br />Dollar Amount in Planned Contracts<br />0<br />3<br />$22.7 M<br />0<br />44<br />$699 M<br />
    28. 28. FY11 Construction Contracting Opportunities<br />We anticipate executing over $781M in new contracts in FY11 through large and small business.<br />Some of the planned contracts are:<br />Wright-Patterson AFB Hospital Renovations <br />Brigade Complex Construction at Fort Campbell<br />Newtown CT BRAC Armed Forces Reserve Center at Newtown Armory<br />SOF Battalion Operations Command at Fort Campbell<br />
    29. 29. SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAM<br />30 SEP 10<br />TOTAL DISTRICT BUSINESS – $1.27B<br />
    30. 30. Current Initiatives<br />Risk Management<br />Safety Evaluation Factors in Construction Contract Solicitations<br />Early Contractor Involvement<br />Centers of Standardization <br />Construction Cost Estimating<br />Quality Control<br />
    31. 31. Contracts<br />Points of Contact<br />Civil Works: <br />Joanne Milo (502.315.7460)<br />Military Contracts: <br />Darrell Nation (502.315.6800)<br />Mark Yates<br />Chief of Contracting<br />(502.315.6172)<br />Jacque Gee<br />Deputy For Small Business<br />(502.315.6111)<br />www.fedbizopps.gov<br />Search on W912QR%<br />
    32. 32. LRL Contracting Website<br />
    33. 33. LRL Contracting Website<br />
    34. 34. Upcoming Events<br />SAME, Kentuckiana Post Small Business Workshop: <br />25 January<br />Louisville District Open House: 26 January <br />
    35. 35. Questions/Discussion<br />Serving our Military and the Nation<br />www.lrl.usace.army.mil<br />
    36. 36. Upcoming Military FY11 Contracts <br />
    37. 37. Upcoming Military FY11 Contracts <br />
    38. 38. Upcoming Military FY11 Contracts <br />
    39. 39. Upcoming Military FY11 Contracts <br />
    40. 40. Upcoming Military FY11 Contracts <br />
    41. 41. Upcoming Military FY11 Contracts <br />
    42. 42. Upcoming Military FY11 Contracts <br />
    43. 43. Upcoming Military FY11 Contracts <br />
    44. 44. Upcoming Military FY11 Contracts <br />
    45. 45. IIS FY11 Contracts<br />
    46. 46. 2011 ID/IQ Opportunities<br />Type # Length Value Award Date<br />HTRW Analytical (SB) 2 5 years $ 2M each 2nd Qtr <br />HTRW Analytical(F&O) 1 5 years $ 2M 2nd Qtr <br />EnvRestSvcs (F&O) up to 5 10 years $225M pool 3nd Qtr<br />EnvRestSvcs (SB) up to 7 10 years $225M pool 3nd Qtr<br />Chem Data Validn 1 5 years $ 500k 3rd Qtr<br />Environ. AE (F&O) up to 4 5 years $ 12M each 4th Qtr<br />Value Eng AE (SB) up to 2 5 years $ 2M each 4th Qtr<br />Value Eng AE(F&O) up to 2 5 years $ 3M each 4th Qtr<br />19 Jan 2011<br />

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