Tidewater Planning & Design was tasked with assisting the Marine Corps Integrated Project Team (MCIPT) with the development of a standardized Basic Facility Requirement (BFR) template to be utilized Marine Corps-wide in support of the Marine Corps Infrastructure Reset. This project included the development 750 BFRs, 845 asset evaluations (AEs) (exceeding 4 million sqft), and 1500 tenant utilizations (exceeding 9 million sqft) for MCB Camp Lejeune and MCAS Beaufort.
GIS and AutoCAD services were provided for all applicable documents to support facility data. Completed documentation was uploaded to the Internet Navy Facilities Asset Data Store system (iNFADS).
Tidewater Planning & Design provided staff augmentation to the Norfolk Naval Shipyard for four consecutive years acting as the liaison between Naval Sea Systems Command and Naval Facilities Engineering Command. Basic facility requirements (BFRs) and asset evaluations (AEs) were conducted on an as needed basis to determine what facilities/functional spaces were available and to ensure proper utilization and classification of assets.
Our professionals developed DD1391s and ensured alignment of all supporting documents to include AEs, BFRs, Economic Analysis and NEPA documentation. Our planners were also responsible for maintaining the NNSY 17-Year Investment Plan which outlined the MILCON and Special Projects for NNSY from 2014-2031 based on an average annual budget off $55 Million.
Tidewater Planning & Design conducted asset evaluations (AEs) on 97 facilities exceeding 500,000 sqft in support of Naval Air Station Ocean. GIS was used to create aerials of precise facility locations. AutoCAD drawings were developed for buildings to delineate, dimension, and label all functional category codes for each tenant.
JEB Little Creek, NWS Yorktown, and Naval Station Norfolk
Tidewater Planning & Design updated iNFADS in accordance with the NAVFAC Pavement Linear Segmentation (LS) Team Assessment for Naval Station Norfolk, Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek Fort Story and Naval Weapons Station Yorktown. Tidewater Planning & Design conducted interviews with the Real Property Accountability Officers and Planning Staff at each location to identify whether to create, modify, delete, combine, split or have no action on LS Property Records (PRs).
Through this process Tidewater Planning & Design identified and created over 500 property record cards for linear segments not previously captured or needing correction on existing property record cards.
Tidewater Planning & Design developed 900 asset evaluations (AEs) which included thorough evaluation of each property and revisions and/or updates to property records, ensuring that all iNFADS data was accurate and up-to-date. The team created AE worksheets to include photographs, aerials and GPS coordinates along with red-lined property record cards (PRCs) for each property record. AutoCAD drawings were developed for buildings to delineate, dimension, and label all functional category codes for each tenant.
GIS was used to show aerials of exact locations of facilities and also for calculating linear asset totals. The team also completed USMC Real Property Audit Inventory Checklist to ensure data accuracy and audit readiness.
Tidewater Planning & Design developed asset evaluations (AEs) on 112 facilities exceeding 500,000 sqft in support of MCAS Iwakuni. The team was responsible for conducting the initial site visit and data collection, real property record review and correction, creation of missing property record cards and all data entry into the Internet Navy Facilities Asset Data Store system (iNFADS).
In support of the NCR Marine Corps Base Quantico, Tidewater Planning & Design was tasked with the development of 775 Asset Evaluations (AEs). During this effort the team verified facility space utilizations, size, functional condition, tenant use, and other inventory data specific to each facility. The overall objective of this project is to ensure Accurate Real Property Inventory (RPI) ensuring future facility budget requirements are accurately calculated.
In support of the USACE Huntsville, Tidewater Planning & Design was tasked with providing an experienced facility survey team to conduct GFEBS and PRISM data verifications at Fort Belvoir. During this effort the team measured building exteriors and interiors, recorded dimensions, drafted floorplans, conducted interviews, and documented usage. The overall objective of this project was to validate, and correct data elements related to financial reporting, assessment of plant replacement values and failing facilities; correcting disposal action documentation; and reconciliation of real property inventory recorded in the General Funds Enterprise Business System (GFEBS) database of record.
In support of NAVFAC Southeast, Tidewater Planning & Design was tasked with the development of 102 BFRs for the Atlantic Undersea Test and Evaluation Center (AUTEC) Andros Island, Bahamas. During this effort a team of professionals conducted on-site interviews with AUTEC personnel to determine the optimal shore-based footprint, by category code, required in order to perform peacetime missions. BFRs were developed with a 5-year outlook.