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Asset Management Execution: Facility Condition Assessments through Sustainment Management Systems Webinar

Asset Management Execution: Facility Condition Assessments through Sustainment Management Systems Webinar

ORIGINALLY PRESENTED OCTOBER 3, 2013 Course Presenters: Lance Marrano, USACE, Engineer Research & Development Center, CERL Steve Shoaf, P.E., Senior Associate, Cardno TEC Jeffrey S. Guyne, P.E., Enterprise Engineering Management Branch Chief, HQ IMCOM, G4 Public Works Landric Walden, P.E., Infrastructure Condition Assessment Program, Naval Facilities Engineering Command Course Length: 2 Hours Course Credit Hours: 2 PDHs / 2 AIA LUs Course Overview: This webinar provides an overview of BUILDER, the latest Sustainment Management System developed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. As Department of Defense (DOD) organizations incorporate asset management principles into main business processes, a primary activity for implementation is assessing asset condition. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Engineer Research & Development Center, CERL is at the forefront for developing platforms dedicated to condition assessment execution. These platforms, referred to as Sustainment Management Systems, focus on various systems in the built environment. BUILDER is a sustainment management system that specializes in capturing the condition assessment process for facilities.

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Climate Change Ongoing Discussion Webinar

Climate Change Ongoing Discussion Webinar

ORIGINALLY PRESENTED JULY 18, 2013 Course Presenters: Wendi Goldsmith, CPG, CPSSc, Climate Risk Solutions Leader, Bioengineering Group Stephen Gill, Senior Scientist, NOAA Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services James Valverde Jr., Ph.D., Senior Researcher, USACE Engineer Research and Development Center Hope Herron, Environmental Scientist / Policy Analyst, Tetra Tech Course Length: 1.5 Hours Course Credit Hours: 1.5 PDHs Course Overview: Risk reduction for critical infrastructure and facilities is fast becoming a major focus. From Hurricane Katrina to Superstorm Sandy to droughts and wildfires, previous weather events have helped shift attention to the role climate change has played in these noteworthy events. To learn more about the significance of climate change adaptation in the A/E/C federal market, sign up for this informative webinar. You will hear industry experts speak candidly about their experiences with Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy, and discuss long-range plans and insights for effective and resilient solutions. Risk reduction for critical infrastructure and facilities is fast becoming a major focus. From Hurricane Katrina to Superstorm Sandy to droughts and wildfires, recent weather events have helped shift attention to the role climate change has played in these noteworthy events. To learn more about the significance of climate change adaptation in the A/E/C federal market, register to attend this timely and informative interactive discussion. Industry experts will speak candidly about their recent experiences with Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy, and discuss long-range plans and insights for effective and resilient solutions. If you missed the Climate Change Adaptation Roundtable, held March 2013, this is your chance to gain knowledge on this valuable topic. Risk reduction for critical infrastructure and facilities is fast becoming a major focus. From Hurricane Katrina to Superstorm Sandy to droughts and wildfires, recent weather events have helped shift attention to the role climate change has played in these noteworthy events. To learn more about the significance of climate change adaptation in the A/E/C federal market, register to attend this timely and informative interactive discussion. Industry experts will speak candidly about their recent experiences with Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy, and discuss long-range plans and insights for effective and resilient solutions. If you missed the Climate Change Adaptation Roundtable, held March 2013, this is your chance to gain knowledge on this valuable topic. - See more at: http://www.same.org/index.php/component/content/article/201-uncategorised/838-climate-change-summary-and-review#sthash.pMY0ONR2.dpuf Risk reduction for critical infrastructure and facilities is fast becoming a major focus. From Hurricane Katrina to Superstorm Sandy to droughts and wildfires, recent weather events have helped shift attention to the role climate change has played in these noteworthy events. To learn more about the significance of climate change adaptation in the A/E/C federal market, register to attend this timely and informative interactive discussion. Industry experts will speak candidly about their recent experiences with Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy, and discuss long-range plans and insights for effective and resilient solutions. If you missed the Climate Change Adaptation Roundtable, held March 2013, this is your chance to gain knowledge on this valuable topic. - See more at: http://www.same.org/index.php/component/content/article/201-uncategorised/838-climate-change-summary-and-review#sthash.pMY0ONR2.dpuf Risk reduction for critical infrastructure and facilities is fast becoming a major focus. From Hurricane Katrina to Superstorm Sandy to droughts and wildfires, recent weather events have helped shift attention to the role climate change has played in these noteworthy events. To learn more about the significance of climate change adaptation in the A/E/C federal market, register to attend this timely and informative interactive discussion. Industry experts will speak candidly about their recent experiences with Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy, and discuss long-range plans and insights for effective and resilient solutions. If you missed the Climate Change Adaptation Roundtable, held March 2013, this is your chance to gain knowledge on this valuable topic. - See more at: http://www.same.org/index.php/component/content/article/201-uncategorised/838-climate-change-summary-and-review#sthash.pMY0ONR2.dpuf

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Competing Successfully for DoD Architectural-Engineering Contracts (Course)

Competing Successfully for DoD Architectural-Engineering Contracts (Course)

ORIGINALLY PRESENTED SEPTEMBER 24 - 26, 2013 Course Title: Competing Successfully for DoD A-E Contracts (SF330) Course Presenters: Camille Krolikowski Course Length: 10 Modules / 4 Hours Course Credit Hours: 4 PDHs / 4 AIA LUs Course Overview: This course gives an overview of the Department of Defense Architect-Engineer Evaluation and Selection Processes with a special focus on key aspects of planning, preparing and submitting winning SF330 proposals according to Federal Acquisition Regulations and Federal AE Contracting Guidance. An understanding of the evaluation and selection processes driving the SF330 format is invaluable in producing quality and highly competitive proposals for Federal contracts. Preparing and submitting proposals in competing for Architect-Engineer Contracts is time-consuming, resource intensive and often financially risky, especially in highly competitive economic times. There is more to winning a contract for AE services than the submission of a single SF330. An understanding of the evaluation and selection processes driving the SF330 format is invaluable in producing quality and highly competitive SF330s. The course will cover: Background of FAR and guidance for DoD AE Evaluation and Selection Processes Typical solicitation requirements Expected content for highly competitive SF 330s Hands on exercises for improving SF330 material Evaluations, selection processes, and award notifications for AE contract competitions Debrief protocol Protests and when they are appropriate Learning Objectives: Knowledge of Federal Acquisition Requirements (FARs) Familiarization with typical FEDBIZOPS solicitations Learning about DoD AE Evaluation and Selection Processes Educating proposal writers on competitive content of SF330s Attachments: Modules 1-2 Handouts Modules 3-4 Handouts Q&A Responses to DOD Contracts - Modules 1-4 Modules 6-7 Handouts Modules 8-9 Handouts Q&A Responses to DOD Contracts - Modules 6-9 Presenter Bio: Camille Krolikowski Useful Resources - Websites

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The new High Performance and Sustainable Building Requirement UFC (Course)

The new High Performance and Sustainable Building Requirement UFC (Course)

ORIGINALLY PRESENTED JUNE 27, 2013 Written by: Nadja Turek, P.E., LEED AP BD+C Paula J. Loomis, FAIA, LEED AP BD+C, PMP Course Credit Hours: 1.5 PDHs, 1.5 AIA LUs/ HSW Course Overview: In March of 2013 the new UFC 1-200-02 titled “High Performance and Sustainable Building Requirements” was released. The UFC was developed by the Tri-service Sustainability Discipline Working Group (DWG) and will become the common standard for HPSB requirements across the services. The UFC provides minimum requirements and coordinating guidance for planning, designing, constructing, renovating and managing DoD facilities to meet sustainable design requirements, federal mandates, and reduce total cost of ownership for the military. Attendees will hear from a member of the DWG about the future use of the new UFC among the services in their facility O&M programs and design and construction programs. And you will also hear from an A/E practitioner about how the UFC will affect providing services and winning work for military clients. Attendees will gain an understanding of the technical content and requirements of the new UFC and how it differs from previous management and procurement practices. It also addresses sustainability practices that can and should be implemented across an installation. Come learn how the new UFC helps to unify and clarify the Services sustainable building requirements and programs. Learning Objectives: At the end of this course, participants will be able to identify appropriate application for and use of the new UFC 1-200-02 titled “High Performance and Sustainable Building Requirements” when executing work for/with the military services At the end of this course, participants will be able to understand the technical requirements outlined in the new UFC At the end of this course, participants will be able to learn how the UFC applies to their own work with/for the military At the end of this course, participants will be able to understand commonalities and differences between the intended use of the UFC by the military services, and the services unique HPSB policies

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