Utilities Managment Plan
Pond provided utilities management services to the Air Force Civil Engineering Center to assess the current condition of Air Force-owned utility distribution systems, including plants (electrical, water, wastewater, fuels, storm water, mechanical-thermal, and natural gas) and develop a comprehensive Utilities Management Plan (UMP) at Creech Air Force Base, Robins AFB, and Moody AFB. This effort includes the evaluation of existing studies and reports, performing new field studies and modeling (including BUILDER SMS facilities and infrastructure condition assessments) to populate missing data on condition and needed sustainment, restoration, and modernization actions. The study gains a holistic view of the installation’s utility infrastructure condition to develop short-term sustainment (1-4 years) and long-term (5-10 years) sustainment, restoration and modernization investment requirements. The team developed the UMP so that the condition data is incorporated into the installation’s GIS data system in order to transform the GIS utility map layers into “Actionable Installation Geospatial Intelligence” information. The government will use the information to interface with the DoD Enterprise Sustainment Management System (ESMS)—Utilities Domain to perform effective predictive condition analysis and promote installation level asset management. Installation GIS map data and real property records serve as the authoritative data source for the DoD ESMS. This enables the AF Utilities Activity Management Program (AMP) and Sub-AMP Managers to make informed decisions to invest sustainment funding to the right asset, at the right time, and right cost. The USAFCE community will use the UMP for project planning, project scoring, future programming, and providing cost information for identified initiatives to ensure our installation’s utility infrastructure is constructed, operated, sustained, and maintained at the lowest overall lifecycle cost.
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Air Force Civil Engineering Center (AFCEC)
Creech AFB, Robins AFB, and Moody AFB, NV and GA
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