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Society of American Military Engineers

(SAME)

Muhammad A. Bari, Director of Public Works


U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Irwin, CA

Our mission is to provide standardized, effective & efficient services, facilities and infrastructure to Soldiers, Families and Civilians for an Army and Nation engaged in persistent conflict.

We are the Armys Home


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20 March 2014

US Army Garrison Fort Irwin, CA

Agenda
Fort Irwin Universe Fort Irwin Energy Campaign Challenges Achievements Environmental Campaign Plan Pubic Works Projects Sustainment, Restoration & Modernization (SRM) Military Construction (MCA) Contracting Way Ahead

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US Army Garrison Fort Irwin, CA

Serving&Supporting
DailyPopulation:19,215
Based On Official ASIP Data
4,639 Active Duty 7,051 Family Members 3,008 Transient/Rotational Workforce 4,517 Civilian

Families
FamilieslivingonPost Off/WO=694 E9=24 E5 E8=947 E4&below= 789 2,454 *FamilyMembersLiving onPost5,048

Teens
FortIrwinTeens(Approx468) FMWRMiddleSchoolProgram214 FMWRTeensProgram213 FMWREnrollmentTotal427

Deployed Soldiers
Off/WO = 18 E9 = 0 E5 E8 = 13 E4 and below = 42 73

SingleParents
Off/WO=54 E9=2 E5E8=156 E1E4=271 483

SchoolSystem(SVUSD)
PreSchool226 LewisElementary(K2)617 TiefortViewIntermediate(35)438 FortIrwinMiddleSchool(68)365 SVHSMilitaryDependants(912) 197

GeoBachelors
Off/WO=0 E9=3 E6 E8=18 E5&below= 0 21

SingleSoldiers
Off/WO=183 E9=1 E5E8=145 E1E4=860 1,189

ResidentsLivingOnPost BarracksOccupants
933 8,648

CivilianWorkforce
DACivilians=880 DoDCivilians=164 NAFCivilians=282 USGovt(PO)=7 1,333

DualMilitary ResidentsLivingOffPost
733 Off/WO=47 E9=0 E5E8=119 E1E4=78 244

TownCenterTerrace
181

*Retirees
Retirees3,730 FamilyMembers5,421
Note: all #s are estimates

Contractors
2,523
LastupdateNov2013 NextupdateFeb2014

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US Army Garrison Fort Irwin, CA

Fort Irwin Energy Campaign Plan

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US Army Garrison Fort Irwin, CA



$2.50

$2.00

$2.12 $1.59

$/sf/yr

$1.50

Electricity Peak usage is 25-28 MW Fort Irwin pays tiered Time Of Use (TOU) rate for electricity Water peak usage is 5.5MGD with average use on 2.5MGD We have limited resources, we must conserve to sustain our mission Fort Irwin is not meeting mandated energy reduction goals We are required to reduce energy usage as mandated by law by 3% annually from 2003 baseline. Water reduction requirement is 2% annually from 2003 baseline

$1.00

$0.50 $0.53 $0.00 ELECTRIC PROPANE TOTAL

120 100

MBtu/Ksf/yr

80 60 98.5 40 64.4 20 0 ELECTRIC PROPANE TOTAL 34.1

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US Army Garrison Fort Irwin, CA


What we have done
ENERGY CONSERVATION:
Net Zero Energy Ammunition Building ($720 K) Replacing Solar Exterior Lighting installed 132 exterior solar lights for streets, ASP perimeter lights, jogging path lights and parking areas CID, OPS GRP HQ, DFAC BLDGS: 39kW solar roof panels installed SCE participating load pilot study for $325,500 credit received Participated in SCE Demand Bidding Program which in 2009 led to a billing credit of $52,000 & avoided electricity cost of $1.7 million Current intra-post use of electric vehicles (GEM) w/PV powered charging stations in FY13 Lutron lighting in over 50 buildings w/30% energy savings in each Combined geothermal, wind & solar energy in dome COB, net-zero facility in remote site ($300/month savings by being off the grid) Replaced 668 street lights w/LED lights ($15,000/yr savings) 916th Support Brigade Converted shading areas & tents into foam-coated structures in RUBA area for cost avoidance of $8,470,868 annually. By reducing generators for AC, there was positive impact on air quality Foam-coated tents DOWN RANGE for a cost-avoidance of $12,236,225

WATER CONSERVATION:
Wastewater Treatment Plant: New tertiary plant will recycle wastewater (9 million gallons+ in Aug 2013) for irrigation throughout the cantonment area; Phase I of III operational FY10 Grass Reduction: 5,000 sq ft in 2014

RECYCLING:
Since the inception of the FI Recycling Program in FY05, we have saved over $5.4 M in landfill costs and provided $1.9 M back to the community in MWR programs Current recycling rate is 25%

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US Army Garrison Fort Irwin, CA


688 Solar Street Lights plus LED street lights Two Net-Zero Facilities ~$4M cost savings since 2007

100 + Electrical GEMS

Occupancy Sensors

Solar LightsParking Area

SCE Summer Discount SCE Demand Response $625,500 credit + $2M in Incentives
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UESC Chiller Project


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Smart Lighting Solutions


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US Army Garrison Fort Irwin, CA

LEED Certifiable Bldg 237 Rooftop Solar on 5 Buildings-57KW with $92K rebate and reduction in energy consumption by ~3%

RUFMA Lighting
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LEED GOLD COF


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US Army Garrison Fort Irwin, CA

Keeps joggers safe during night runs

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20 March 2014

US Army Garrison Fort Irwin, CA

Energy- Whats in the Execution


3.1 3.2 Advanced metering Install new Siemens DDC (Direct Digital Control) Programmed Networked Light Stats 7.2 3.5 3.6 3.7 Optimize existing controls DCV (Demand Control Ventilation) Demand Control Kitchen Exhaust & Make-Up Air Demand Limiting with a Central Energy management System Heating and Cooling with Purple water Heat Sinks Lighting Fixture Retrofit 10.1 10.2 10.7 11.4 12.1 4.1 12.3 15.6 Hot Water Heater Replacement With Heat pumps Install Solar Photovoltaic Carports Install Solar Thermal Hot Water Waste to Energy Plant Optimize existing controls Water Conservation Additional Purple Water Irrigation Pool Cover 5.3 Lighting Controls 5.4 Install Day lighting/sky lighting Controls

3.4

3.8

5.1

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US Army Garrison Fort Irwin, CA

Funding Sources - Mainly Third Party Financing ESPC

UESC

ESTCP

ECIP

PPA

EUL

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US Army Garrison Fort Irwin, CA

Augmentee Barracks at Fort Irwin

Repair of Building 264

Public Works Program

Building 98
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Repair Infant Playground Area


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US Army Garrison Fort Irwin, CA


Short Term and Long-term facilities Upgrade and Construction projects
FY 14-15 Annual Work Plan Projects
Repair by replacement rooftop units and motor control Bldg 254 Repair by Replacement Rooftop HVAC units Bldg 271 Repair by Replacement HVAC system Bldg 310 Repair chiller by replacement Bldg 98 Repair HVAC System by Replacement Bldg 905 Repair by Replacement HVAC Unit Bldg 272 Repair by Replacement Chiller and Air Handling Unit's B/D21 Repair by Replacement HVAC System Bldg 258 Repair by Replacement Ramp BLAAF Repair by Replacement Fire Suppression System Bldg 29 Repair Intersection at Inner Loop and South Loop Roads
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Military Construction, Army (MCA) FY 16-20


Mission Complex UAV Maintenance Hanger Team Facility for Operations Group NEC Complex Training Support Complex Central Issue Facility Brigade Headquarters Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facility Company Operations Facilities Replacement Barracks Bicycle Lake Upgrades/Fort Irwin Heliport Warehouse, Central Receiving Point Education Center Expansion Religious Education Facility Community Activities Center Library Main HQS National Training Center

Muhammad A. Bari, (760) 380-3655, muhammad.a.bari.civ@mail.mil

20 March 2014

US Army Garrison Fort Irwin, CA

Contracting
Contracting Vehicles: DPW does not award contracts and use the following agencies to award and execute projects:
Military and Installation Contracting Command (MICC) at Fort Irwin US Army Corps of Engineers Navy NAVFAC Southwest General Services Administration; Require Offloading approval from Fort Irwin Contracting Office.

DPW Function:
Prepare project scope, design , Estimate and Contract Award Package Service Contracts require Service Contract Approval from HQ (IMCOM) Monitor QA/QC, Schedule, Liaison with Fort Irwin Customer

Words of Wisdom for A-E Firms and Contractors:


Register with the above agencies to get business at Fort Irwin If you are 8-A or small business, work with these agencies and SBA
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20 March 2014

US Army Garrison Fort Irwin, CA

Way Ahead
Manage DPW programs with current manpower Work through funding reductions Finalize master planning update Seek private venture support to finance energy projects through various means: Energy Savings Performance Contracts, Utilities Energy Service Contract, Enhanced Use Lease, Power Purchase Agreements, etc.

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20 March 2014

US Army Garrison Fort Irwin, CA

INSTALLATION MANAGEMENT COMMAND

Sustain, Support and Defend


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