SAME 2009 Water Conference COL Thomas H. Magness Commander Los  Angeles  District US  Army  Corps  of  Engineers 28 Octobe...
Navigation Flood  Control Engineering  Design Military  Construction Emergency  Operations   ( PL  84 – 99 ) Environmental...
FY 09  District  Program Civil $ 273,735,600 Interagency and International Support $324,951,000 $956,686,000 Military $358...
Civil Works Program Ecosystem Restoration: Tres Rios Navigation, Ports & Harbors: Port of L.A. $12,576.1 GI $54,867 O&M FY...
A Watershed Approach <ul><li>Engineering Sustainable Water Resources Solutions through collaboration with partners and sta...
A Watershed Approach <ul><li>Engineering Sustainable Water Resources Solutions through collaboration with partners and sta...
Water Supply SPL Dams  and Environmental Infrastructure Projects
Regulatory The Clean Water Act Section 404 :  The Corps protects the physical, chemical, and biological integrity of the w...
Flood Risk Management Santa Maria Levee Santa Paula Creek Santa Ana River San Luis Rey
Dam and Levee Safety  National Levee Safety Act of 2007 specifies the development of a national levee safety program, incl...
Coastal Projects
FY Civil Works 2010 Appropriations   <ul><li>FY2010 Appropriations – Conference Report </li></ul><ul><li>General Investiga...
Civil Works Opportunities <ul><li>Santa Paula Creek – Phase 2 Q4/FY10 $1M - $5M </li></ul><ul><li>Santa Paula Creek – Envi...
Sustainable “Green” Engineering Cambria Desalinization Plant Cambria, CA 850kW Wind Power Generator Fort Huachuca, AZ MOUT...
COL Thomas H. Magness Commander Los  Angeles  District US  Army  Corps  of  Engineers 28 October 2009 SAME 2009 Water Conf...
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  • Revised 3/19/09
  • Updated by Kelli Johnson (Civil, and IIS) and Debra Ford (Military &amp; FUDS): This slide represents the amount we expect to obligate this FY09 Civil $267,241,500 (Incl. $81,000,000 Recovery Act) MILCON $186,000,000 Mil. O&amp;M $129,000,000 FUDS $43,000,000 IIS $324,951,000 TOTAL $950,192,500 Regulatory $6,494,100 (Incl. $454,000 Recovery Act) TOTAL $956,686,600 Civil $273,735,600 28.6% (incl. Regulatory) Military $358,000,000 37.4% (MILCON, O&amp;M, FUDS) IIS $324,951,000 34.0% (VA, CBP, Border Fence) Total $956,686,600 Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) – 36,985,000 100.0% Department of Homeland Security (DHS) CBP Major Construction – 238,650,000 CBP Repair &amp; Alteration – 26 Projects $9,821,000 ICE Repair &amp; Alteration – 5 Projects $4,495,000 SBI-TI – border fence - $35,000,000 (Mostly Closeout)
  • FY2009 GI Regular 12,527.6 + ARRA 1,575.0 CG Regular 67,221.6 + ARRA 47,970.2 O&amp;M Regular 38,012.9 + ARRA 16,854.1 FY 2010 GI Regular 12,126.1 + ARRA 450.0 CG Regular 106,035.9 + ARRA 113,381.4 O&amp;M Regular 33,019.2 + ARRA 20,794.4
  • Magness Sess12 102609

    1. 1. SAME 2009 Water Conference COL Thomas H. Magness Commander Los Angeles District US Army Corps of Engineers 28 October 2009
    2. 2. Navigation Flood Control Engineering Design Military Construction Emergency Operations ( PL 84 – 99 ) Environmental Restoration Regulatory Permitting ( § 404, Clean Water Act ) International and Interagency Support Overseas Contingency Operations / Homeland Security 226,000 square miles Provides support to 8 million acres of military installations 80,000 acres of USACE project properties 420 miles of shore line / 14 harbors ENVIRONMENTAL “EXTREMES” ( in contiguous 48 states ) : Hottest and Driest Locations ( Death Valley ) Highest Elevation - Mount Whitney ( 14,494 feet above sea level ) Lowest Elevation - Bad Water, Death Valley ( 282 feet below sea level ) Critical Habitat / Biodiversity ( 385 Threatened / Endangered Species ) 30 Million people ( 1 in 10 Americans ) Population growing by 500,000 annually 3 of 7 Most Populated US cities ( Los Angeles / San Diego / Phoenix ) 8 U.S. SEN / 44 U.S. REP / 4 GOV World’s 8th largest economy ( > Canada / Spain ) CA ports = 40% US trade by volume Ports of LA / Long Beach = US No. 1 and 3 LA Customs = US No. 1 ( $300 BIL annually ) LA Metro = US No. 1 manufacturer ( employment ) Civil Works Military Army Installation Air Force Installation Area Office Resident Office OREGON IDAHO WYOMING COLORADO NEVADA NEW MEXICO TEXAS UTAH ARIZONA CALIFORNIA
    3. 3. FY 09 District Program Civil $ 273,735,600 Interagency and International Support $324,951,000 $956,686,000 Military $358,000,000 34% 28.6% 37.4%
    4. 4. Civil Works Program Ecosystem Restoration: Tres Rios Navigation, Ports & Harbors: Port of L.A. $12,576.1 GI $54,867 O&M FY10 $219,417.3 CG O&M CG GI FY09 $53,813.6 $115,191.8 $14,102.6 Flood Risk Management: Prado Dam
    5. 5. A Watershed Approach <ul><li>Engineering Sustainable Water Resources Solutions through collaboration with partners and stakeholders to find holistic and sustainable solutions. </li></ul>Little Colorado Trilby Wash Virgin River
    6. 6. A Watershed Approach <ul><li>Engineering Sustainable Water Resources Solutions through collaboration with partners and stakeholders to find holistic and sustainable solutions. </li></ul>
    7. 7. Water Supply SPL Dams and Environmental Infrastructure Projects
    8. 8. Regulatory The Clean Water Act Section 404 : The Corps protects the physical, chemical, and biological integrity of the waters of the U.S. through regulation of dredged or fill material.
    9. 9. Flood Risk Management Santa Maria Levee Santa Paula Creek Santa Ana River San Luis Rey
    10. 10. Dam and Levee Safety National Levee Safety Act of 2007 specifies the development of a national levee safety program, including inventory of all the Nation’s levees and inspection of all federally constructed, and non-federally operated and maintained levees. Arizona ~30 miles of Federal Levees 3 Corps Dams 3 Section 7 Dams
    11. 11. Coastal Projects
    12. 12. FY Civil Works 2010 Appropriations <ul><li>FY2010 Appropriations – Conference Report </li></ul><ul><li>General Investigations $9.4 Million </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Studies ($7.4 Million) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Design ($1.9 Million) </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Construction General $86.7 Million </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Santa Ana River Mainstem ($49.3M) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Tres Rios ($15.0M) </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Operation & Maintenance $30.1 Million </li></ul><ul><li>Bill Status: passed House. Waiting vote in Senate. </li></ul><ul><li>FY2010 ARRA </li></ul><ul><li>General Investigations $225 Thousand </li></ul><ul><li>Construction General $74.4 Million </li></ul><ul><li>Operation & Maintenance $14.5 Million </li></ul>
    13. 13. Civil Works Opportunities <ul><li>Santa Paula Creek – Phase 2 Q4/FY10 $1M - $5M </li></ul><ul><li>Santa Paula Creek – Environmental studies Q1/FY10 <$1M </li></ul><ul><li>Rio de Flag – Ph 2A, Open Channel Q2/FY10 $1M - $5M </li></ul><ul><li>Rio de Flag – Ph 3, Design & P&S Q1/FY10 <$1M </li></ul><ul><li>Tucson Drainage – Upper Reach Q3/FY10 $1M - $10M </li></ul><ul><li>Tres Rios – Pump Statoin Q3/FY10 $20M - $40M </li></ul><ul><li>Tres Rios - Phase 3A Water Water Marsh Q4/FY10 $1M - $10M </li></ul><ul><li>Tres Rios – Levee 1C Q2/FY10 $1M - $5M </li></ul><ul><li>Tres Rios – Recreation Design & P&S Q1/FY10 $<1M </li></ul><ul><li>Horizontal MATOC Q2/FY10 $49.5M </li></ul><ul><li>Regional DB MATOC Q2/FY10 <$500M </li></ul>
    14. 14. Sustainable “Green” Engineering Cambria Desalinization Plant Cambria, CA 850kW Wind Power Generator Fort Huachuca, AZ MOUT Site Fort Irwin, CA (NTC) <ul><li>Walls made of studcast </li></ul><ul><li>Cut the budget by 30% </li></ul><ul><li>Accelerated constr by </li></ul><ul><li>50% </li></ul><ul><li>Will provide potable water </li></ul><ul><li>supply; contamination currently </li></ul><ul><li>limiting available sources </li></ul>Sustainable Need and Potential! Opportunity for new partnerships in: MILCON Civil Works I&IS Wind Solar Land area Lack of water Growing population
    15. 15. COL Thomas H. Magness Commander Los Angeles District US Army Corps of Engineers 28 October 2009 SAME 2009 Water Conference Los Angeles District: www.spl.usace.army.mil Los Angeles District Commander: [email_address] Los Angeles District Small Business Administrator: [email_address] http:// ebs.spl.usace.army.mil /

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