Session 1.1: NexGen Eglin - Recapitalizing the Largest DoD Installation

APA Federal Planning Division

#9122866

Thursday, May 4, 2017
10:15 a.m. - 11:15 a.m. EDT

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Overview

The NexGen Eglin strategy will provide modern, adaptable facilities and infrastructure responsive to customers’ delivery schedule, and it will address unique security, equipment and personnel requirements demanded by the dynamic EAFB mission. The target concept for a NexGen installation is to be ready for tomorrow’s technology requirements today utilizing a proactive facility approach. Today, EAFB is faced with a facilities crisis, where 452 facilities are over 50 years old. Maintenance requirements for these obsolete facilities are overwhelming and funding is scarce. Additionally, EAFB tenants are currently faced with a space deficit of approximately 153K SF based on space authorizations. The NexGen Eglin vision aims to execute full-facility renovations, as opposed to piecemeal fixes that are unsustainable in the long-range. Unfortunately, with the current space deficit, there is little flexibility to conduct large scale renovations without major Military Construction (MILCON) projects to strategically execute a succession of organizational movements.

Speakers

Andy Mashek

Confirmed Speaker

None

John Minter, AICP

Confirmed Speaker

None

Jack Kiger

Confirmed Speaker

Community Planner, Eglin Air Force Base

Anthony Lee

Confirmed Speaker

Senior Analyst, Planning AFIMSC-Det 6

Kyle Roberts

Confirmed Speaker

Kyle Roberts has been employed by Burns & McDonnell since 2004 and has served as a Civil Engineer, Project Manager, and Civil Department Manager for Burns & McDonnell’s Aviation & Federal Global Practice. Working as an engineer and project manager in the aviation and federal industries, Mr. Roberts has served a variety ... Read More

Contact Info

Joshua Schiffer, joshua.schiffer@hdrinc.com