Marine Corps Installations East
NCMBC Federal Construction and
Infrastructure Summit
17 Oct 2013
Jason Faunce, CAPT, CEC, ...
MCIEAST Installations
MCIEAST
Camp Lejeune

MCAF Quantico
MCAS Cherry Point

MCAS New River
MCB Camp Lejeune
MCAS Beaufort...
Construction Opportunities

• Traditional construction projects
 Military Construction
 New construction projects more t...
Camp Lejeune, New River and
Cherry Point MILCON History

Millions of Dollars

Record
Year

Fiscal Year
4
MCIEAST North Carolina
Military Construction Funding
• FY11 was the largest MILCON
year for Camp Lejeune, New
River, and C...
P1268 SOI East Facilities
Cost: $31.5M, CCD: Oct 14

P1382B Access Road/Ramps
Cost: $17.2M, CCD: Jul 14

As of: 09 Oct 13
...
As of: 09 Oct13
FY-14 P676 CH-53K Maint. Train Fac.
Cost: $10M, Award 3Q14

FY-14 P1445 Steam Plant Decentralization – CJ
...
MCAS Cherry Point

P-163 Marine Air Support
Squadron Compound
Cost: $25.8M
CCD: Jan 16

P146/148 Ordnance &
Missile Magazi...
Facilities Sustainment, Restoration &
Modernization (FSRM) Program
• FY13 FSRM projects for MCIEAST North Carolina
install...
Energy Opportunities
• Energy has become a significant focus for the Marine Corps
• Energy Independence and Security Act (...
Take Aways…

• Record years behind us and economic uncertainty ahead.
• More than $1 billion currently in construction.
• ...
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FEDCON Summit: Marine Corps Installations East

  1. 1. Marine Corps Installations East NCMBC Federal Construction and Infrastructure Summit 17 Oct 2013 Jason Faunce, CAPT, CEC, USN Assistant Chief of Staff , Facilities (G-F) Marine Corps Installations East 1
  2. 2. MCIEAST Installations MCIEAST Camp Lejeune MCAF Quantico MCAS Cherry Point MCAS New River MCB Camp Lejeune MCAS Beaufort MCLB Albany MCSF Blount Island 2
  3. 3. Construction Opportunities • Traditional construction projects  Military Construction  New construction projects more than $750 thousand  Each project approved by Congress  Facilities Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization  Includes minor construction (less than $750 thousand) and maintenance and repair (can be several million dollars) ‣ Includes complete building renovations and utility plant and infrastructure repairs ‣ Funding managed within the Marine Corps ‣ History of consistent funding levels to sustain facilities • Architectural and Engineering Services  Design drawings (design-build and design-bid-build)  Wide range of consulting services 3
  4. 4. Camp Lejeune, New River and Cherry Point MILCON History Millions of Dollars Record Year Fiscal Year 4
  5. 5. MCIEAST North Carolina Military Construction Funding • FY11 was the largest MILCON year for Camp Lejeune, New River, and Cherry Point. • Value of MILCON projects significantly declined in FY12. •Some FY13 projects will be awarded in FY14. •FY14 pre-award packages are nearing completion . • FY15 program would normally be firm by now, but is still under review. ** ** Not Final, Subject to Sequestration Cuts Future projections return to “normal” funding levels with additional sequestration impacts likely. 5
  6. 6. P1268 SOI East Facilities Cost: $31.5M, CCD: Oct 14 P1382B Access Road/Ramps Cost: $17.2M, CCD: Jul 14 As of: 09 Oct 13 P003 Staff NCO Academy Facilities Cost: $26.0M, CCD: Sep 15 P1319 BEQ Cost: $41.1M, CCD: Dec 13 P004 Motor-T Comm. Maint. Cost: $12.0M, CCD: Jan 14 P1382 Base Entry Road, PH 1 Cost: $50.9M, CCD: Feb 14 P1422 Energy Efficiency, CG Cost: $6.0M, CCD: Jul 14 P1331/1857 Hospital Addition & Renovation Cost: $59.0M, CCD: Jan 15 P1268B Camp Geiger Access Upgrades Cost: $8.3M, CCD: Jan 14 P8144 Medical Clinic Conversion Cost: $14.4M, CCD: Mar 15 Wallace Creek Ph II Cost: $200.8M, CCD: Dec 13 P711 Personnel Admin Center Cost: $8M, CCD: Jul 15 P138 BEQ Cost: $23.1M CCD: Aug 14 P652 VMMT-204 Hangar, Ph. III Cost: $25.3M, CCD: Jan 14 P1034/1240 ANGLICO/Intel Cost: $98.6M, CCD: Nov 14 P1311 Infotech/Telecom Complex Cost: $31.0M, CCD: Jul 14 P705/710 Hangar, Apron & CALA Addition Cost: $57.8M, CCD: Jul 14 WCN BEQs & Armory Cost: $83.9M, CCD: Feb 14 P1264/1265 HP & FC Utility Expansion Cost: $67.8M CCD: Jul 14 V-22 Hangars, Parallel Taxiway & Apron Expansion Cost: $141.5M, CCD: Jul 14 P1383/1384 BER PH 2 & 3 Cost: $61.2M, CCD: Apr 15 P1269 TECOM (SOI) Devil Dog Cost: $12.6M, CCD: Oct 13 P1265B Water Tanks Cost: $17.7M, CCD: Apr 14 P1269B Verona Loop & K-Range Water Lines Cost: $6.3M, CCD: Nov 13 P1267 Mess Hall Cost: $16.5M, CCD: Oct 13 P1317 FC BEQ Cost: $39.7M, CCD: Mar 14 P032 Infantry Platoon Battle Course Cost: $17.8M, CCD: Nov 13 P1410 SOF EOD Expansion Cost: $2M, CCD: Aug 14 P1286 Stone Bay BEQ & Connector Road Cost: $49.2M, CCD: Mar 14 P1425 Overhead Range Baffle System Cost: $2.1M, CCD: Apr 14 P030 Squad Battle Course Cost: $10.1M, CCD: May 14 Q419 Battalion Aid Station Expansion Cost: $1.5M, CCD: Nov 13 P1285 SOF Armory Expansion Cost: $4.0M, CCD: Dec 13 Q1440 SOF G3X Training Cost: $1.6M, CCD: Nov 13 P1253 2D Combat Engineer Complex Cost: $64.4M, CCD: Jul 14 P1218/1393 SOF MSOB-Company/Team Fac./ SERE Cost: $46M, CCD: Jan 16 P1251/1254 BEQs Cost: $74.6M, CCD: Oct 13 P1266 Utility Expansion Cost: $17.4M, CCD: Jan 14 Active MILCON projects at MCB Camp Lejeune and MCAS New River
  7. 7. As of: 09 Oct13 FY-14 P676 CH-53K Maint. Train Fac. Cost: $10M, Award 3Q14 FY-14 P1445 Steam Plant Decentralization – CJ Cost: $3M, Award 3Q14 FY-13 P1384B Scales Creek Bridge Cost: $2M, Award 1Q14 FY-12 P025 Replace Delalio Elementary School Cost: $23M, Award 2Q14 FY-14 P674 Corrosion Control Hangar Cost: $8M, Award 3Q14 FY-14 P1353 Landfill, Phase IV Cost: $13M, Award 4Q14 FY-14 P726 Regional Comm. Station Cost: $14M, Award 3Q14 FY-12 P1383B Car Wash Road Cost: $2M, Award 1Q14 FY-14 P1447 Steam Plant Decentralization – HP Cost: $13M, Award 3Q14 FY-14 P1349 Special Ops Training Complex Cost: $16M, Award 3Q14 FY-13 P1449 Energy Improvements CHB Cost: $6M, Award 1Q14 FY-14 P1391 SOF Sustainment Training Complex Cost: $21M, Award 4Q14 Future MILCONs FY-14 P1362 SOF Performance Resiliency Center Cost: $10M, Award 4Q14 FY12 FY-13 P1450 SOF Fire Ptln Storage Facility Cost: $2M, Award 2Q14 Future MILCON projects FY13 FY-14 P1448 Steam Plant Decentralization – BEQ Nodes Cost: $19M, Award 3Q14 FY14
  8. 8. MCAS Cherry Point P-163 Marine Air Support Squadron Compound Cost: $25.8M CCD: Jan 16 P146/148 Ordnance & Missile Magazines Cost: $7.7M CCD: Oct 13 P136 BEQ Cost: $41.6M CCD: Apr 14 P601 Armory Cost: $10.5M CCD: Apr 15 P-991 H-1 Y/Z Gearbox Repair & Test Facility (FRC-E) Cost: $17.1M CCD: Dec 13 8
  9. 9. Facilities Sustainment, Restoration & Modernization (FSRM) Program • FY13 FSRM projects for MCIEAST North Carolina installations  $145 million awarded for more than 450 projects  Project amounts range from a few thousand to several million dollars  Scope ranges from painting to complete building renovation  Camp Lejeune  $76 million awarded  New River  $20 million awarded  Cherry Point  $48 million awarded • FY14 FSRM funding will be reduced significantly due to sequestration 9
  10. 10. Energy Opportunities • Energy has become a significant focus for the Marine Corps • Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) signed December 2007  30% reduction in energy intensity  By end of 2015 based on FY03 baseline  Expanded use of renewable energy  25% renewable energy by 2025 • Over $150 million for Marine Corps energy projects in FY13  Designs  Audits  Construction • Contractor selection criteria will incorporate energy efficiency experience as an evaluation factor  LEED Silver is the standard for FY13 with focus on energy points 10/16/2013 Marine Corps Installations East 10
  11. 11. Take Aways… • Record years behind us and economic uncertainty ahead. • More than $1 billion currently in construction. • Approximately $250 million in construction opportunities in Eastern NC this year.  Project sizes vary widely, from a few thousand dollars to tens of millions each.     FY11 was a “record setting” year. FY12 was the last “larger than normal” year. FY13 returned to “normal”. FY14 and future remain uncertain. • Energy efficiency remains a significant focus for the Marine Corps. 11

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