Facilities Condition Assessment

U.S. Army Reserve Command (USARC)

BUILDER Sustainment Management System (SMS) Implementation
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District
Various Locations, Nationwide


Involve’s Role
Multiple assessors across multiple disciplines including Architecture, Electrical, Plumbing and Mechanical.

(Sub-contractor for AFG Group with HDR)

Award Date
January 2021 

Completion Date
Scheduled for July 2021    

 

Project Description
In partnership with HDR, Engineering, under contract to USACE Mobile, Involve is supporting a team of planners, engineers, architects, and assessors performing facility condition assessments for the USARC Readiness Division’s Reserve Centers across the country.


Involve provided multiple assessors across the architectural, electrical, plumbing and mechanical disciplines, who were leads and were integrated into multiple teams assessing 445 facilities and 10.5 MSF. Assessment work includes verifying/updating the inventory of facilities/equipment and determining the current overall condition of facilities/equipment and adjacent linear assets. Data compiled from the surveys is uploaded into BUILDER, the sustainment management tool developed by USACE Engineer Research and Development Center.

 

>> Back to Projects

 

U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve Command

Facility Condition Assessment (BUILDER)

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District

USMC Reserve Centers, Nation-wide

 

Involve’s Role

Assessors across multiple disciplines including Architecture, Electrical and Mechanical.

(Sub-contractor for HDR)

 

Award Date

August 2020

 

Completion Date

September 2021

 

Project Description

In partnership with HDR, Engineering and McPherson Consulting, under contract to USACE Mobile, Involve supported a team of planners, engineers, architects, and assessors performing facility condition assessments for the MARFORRES at USMC Reserve Centers throughout the country.

Involve provided multiple assessors across the architectural, electrical, plumbing and mechanical disciplines, who were leads and were integrated into the four teams assessing approximately 50 facilities and 900 KSF. Work included verifying/updating the inventory of facilities/equipment and determining the current overall condition of facilities/equipment and adjacent linear assets. Data compiled from the survey was uploaded into BUILDER, the sustainment management tool developed by USACE Engineer Research and Development Center.

 

 

>> Back to Projects

 

U.S Army, Headquarters Installation Management Command (IMCOM)

Facility Condition Assessment (BUILDER)

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District

Fort Benning, Columbus, GA

 

Involve’s Role

Electrical and Mechanical assessments.

(Sub-contractor for HDR)

 

Award Date

November 2019

 

Completion Date

October 2020

 

Project Description

In partnership with HDR, Engineering, under contract to USACE Mobile, Involve is supporting a team of planners, engineers, architects, and assessors performing facility condition assessments for the IMCOM facilities at Fort Benning, GA.

Involve provided assessors for the electrical and mechanical disciplines, who were integrated into the teams assessing approximately 1000 facilities totaling 16.8 MSF.  Work included verifying/updating the inventory of facilities/equipment and determining the current overall condition of facilities/equipment and adjacent linear assets. Data compiled from the surveys was uploaded into BUILDER, the sustainment management tool developed by USACE Engineer Research and Development Center.

 

>> Back to Projects

 

U.S Army, Headquarters Installation Management Command (IMCOM)

Facility Condition Assessment (BUILDER)

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District

Fort Stewart, Savannah, GA

 

Involve’s Role

Architectural assessments.

(Sub-contractor for HDR)

 

Award Date

November 2019

 

Completion Date

October 2020

 

Project Description

In partnership with HDR, Engineering, under contract to USACE Mobile, Involve is supporting a team of planners, engineers, architects, and assessors performing facility condition assessments for the IMCOM facilities at Fort Benning, GA.

Involve provided one assessor for the exterior architecture discipline, who lead and was integrated into the teams assessing approximately 950 facilities totaling 11 MSF.  Work included verifying/updating the inventory of facilities/equipment and determining the current overall condition of facilities/equipment and adjacent linear assets. Data compiled from the surveys was uploaded into BUILDER, the sustainment management tool developed by USACE Engineer Research and Development Center.

 

>> Back to Projects

 

U.S. Army Reserve Command (USARC)

BUILDER Sustainment Management System (SMS) Implementation
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District
Various Locations, Nationwide


Involve’s Role
Field Team Leads as well as multiple across multiple disciplines including Architecture, Electrical, Plumbing and Mechanical.

(Sub-contractor for Vernadero Group with HDR)

Award Date
August 2019 

Completion Date
Scheduled for August 2021    

 

Project Description
In partnership with HDR, Engineering, under contract to USACE Mobile, Involve is supporting a team of planners, engineers, architects, and assessors performing facility condition assessments for the USARC Readiness Division’s Reserve Centers across the country which also included Fort McCoy, WI and Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico.


Involve provided multiple assessors across the architectural, electrical, plumbing and mechanical disciplines, who were leads and were integrated into multiple teams assessing 350 facilities and 9.8 MSF. Assessment work includes verifying/updating the inventory of facilities/equipment and determining the current overall condition of facilities/equipment and adjacent linear assets. Data compiled from the surveys is uploaded into BUILDER, the sustainment management tool developed by USACE Engineer Research and Development Center.

 

>> Back to Projects

 

U.S Army, Headquarters Installation Management Command (IMCOM)

Facility Condition Assessment (BUILDER)

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District

Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall

 

Involve’s Role

Architectural and electrical assessments.

(Sub-contractor for HDR)

 

Award Date

February 2019

 

Completion Date

June 2020

 

Project Description

In partnership with HDR, Engineering, under contract to USACE Mobile, Involve is supporting a team of planners, engineers, architects, and assessors performing facility condition assessments for the IMCOM facilities at Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall in Arlington, VA.

Involve provided one assessor for the exterior architecture and electrical disciplines, who lead and were integrated into the teams assessing approximately 115 facilities totaling 3.1 MSF.  Work included verifying/updating the inventory of facilities/equipment and determining the current overall condition of facilities/equipment and adjacent linear assets. Data compiled from the surveys was uploaded into BUILDER, the sustainment management tool developed by USACE Engineer Research and Development Center.

 

>> Back to Projects

U.S. Army Materiel Command

Facility Condition Assessment (BUILDER)

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District

McAlester Army Ammunition Plant in McAlester, OK / U.S. Army Watervliet Arsenal, Watervliet, NY / Pine Bluff Arsenal, Pine Bluff, AR

 

Involve’s Role

Multiple assessors across multiple disciplines including Architecture, Electrical and Mechanical.

(Sub-contractor for HDR)

 

Award Date

January 2019

 

Completion Date

October 2019

Project Description

In partnership with HDR, Engineering, under contract to USACE Mobile, Involve is supporting a team of planners, engineers, architects, and assessors performing facility condition assessments for the Army Materiel Command facilities at McAlester Army Ammunition Plant in McAlester, OK, U.S. Army Watervliet Arsenal, Watervliet, NY, and Pine Bluff Arsenal, Pine Bluff, AR.

 

Involve provided multiple assessors across the architectural, electrical, plumbing and mechanical disciplines, who were leads and were integrated into the four teams assessing over 1,300 facilities.  Work includes verifying/updating the inventory of facilities/equipment and determining the current overall condition of facilities/equipment and adjacent linear assets. Data compiled from the surveys is uploaded into BUILDER, the sustainment management tool developed by USACE Engineer Research and Development Center.

 

>> Back to Projects

 

Naval Research Laboratory

Infrastructure Condition Assessment Program (ICAP)

NAVFAC Atlantic

Washington, DC

 

Involve’s Role

Multiple assessors across multiple disciplines including Architecture, Electrical and Mechanical.

(Sub-contractor for Jacobs-HDR Joint Venture)

 

Award Date

September 2018

 

Completion Date

February 2019

 

Project Description

In partnership with Jacobs-HDR JV, under contract to NAVFAC Atlantic, Involve is supporting a team of planners, engineers, architects, and assessors performing facility condition assessments at the Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC.

Involve provided mechanical and electrical assessors who were integrated into the two teams assessing over 200 facilities/2.5 MSF.  Work included verifying/updating the inventory of facilities/equipment and determining the current overall condition of facilities and equipment. Data compiled from the surveys was uploaded through connectivity with the BUILDER program.  The assessment data was then downloaded into the Navy enterprise’s Maximo 7 system, resulting in complete and reliable condition indexes for the buildings, components and equipment.

 

>> Back to Projects

Naval Facilities Engineering Command Far East

Infrastructure Condition Assessment Program Structures (ICAP)

NAVFAC Atlantic

Various Installations across NAVFAC regions

 

Involve’s Role

Field Project Manager/Field Quality Manager/Lead assessor

(Sub-contractor for Jacobs-HDR Joint Venture)

 

Award Date

January 2019

 

Completion Date

May 2020

 

Project Description

In partnership with Jacobs-HDR JV, under contract to NAVFAC Southwest/NAVFAC Atlantic, Involve is supporting a team of planners, engineers, architects, and assessors performing facility condition assessments at various installations across multiple NAVFAC regions both CONUS and OCONUS.

Involve provided one qualified multi-discipline assessor to assist in completing the initial and reinspection of over 1200 Type III structures.  Work included a combination of visual (non-destructive) and age-based inspections to evaluate, identify and update discrepancies such as missing component systems, incorrect quantities, and incorrect costs and establish revised data entries for Structural assets and to provide NAVFAC properly formatted flat file at conclusion of work that can be uploaded directly into MAXIMO.

>> Back to Projects

U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve Command

Facility Condition Assessment (BUILDER)

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District

USMC Reserve Centers, Nation-wide

 

Involve’s Role

Assessors across multiple disciplines including Architecture, Electrical and Mechanical.

(Sub-contractor for HDR)

 

Award Date

August 2018

 

Completion Date

September 2019

 

Project Description

In partnership with HDR, Engineering and McPherson Consulting, under contract to USACE Mobile, Involve supported a team of planners, engineers, architects, and assessors performing facility condition assessments for the MARFORRES at USMC Reserve Centers throughout the country.

Involve provided multiple assessors across the architectural, electrical, plumbing and mechanical disciplines, who were leads and were integrated into the four teams assessing approximately 80 facilities and 1.5 MSF. Work included verifying/updating the inventory of facilities/equipment and determining the current overall condition of facilities/equipment and adjacent linear assets. Data compiled from the survey was uploaded into BUILDER, the sustainment management tool developed by USACE Engineer Research and Development Center.

>> Back to Projects

BUILDER Sustainment Management System (SMS) Implementation
U.S. Army Reserve Command (USARC)
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District
Various Locations, Nationwide


Involve’s Role
Project Management and Electrical and Architectural Assessors
(Sub-contractor for HDR)

Award Date
January 2018 

Completion Date
September 2019  

 

Project Description
In partnership with HDR, Engineering, under contract to USACE Mobile, Involve is serving as on-site project manager for 28 trips and two teams of engineers, architects, and assessors performing facility condition assessments for the USARC Reserve Centers across the Country.


Involve PM’s/Assessors are responsible for client interface; efficient data gathering/upload; and all trip logistics and planning for the assessment of 6.9 MSF of USARC facilities. Additionally Involve is conducting the actual architectural and electrical assessment work.  Assessment work includes verifying/updating the inventory of facilities/equipment and determining the current overall condition of facilities/equipment and adjacent linear assets. Data compiled from the surveys is uploaded into BUILDER, the sustainment management tool developed by USACE Engineer Research and Development Center.

>> Back to Projects

 

Facility Condition Assessment (BUILDER)

U.S. Army Materiel Command

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District

Tobyhanna Army Depot, PA / Joint Systems Manufacturing Center, Lima, OH

 

Involve’s Role

Mechanical and Electrical Assessors

(Sub-contractor for HDR)

 

Award Date

September 2017

 

Completion Date

Scheduled for April 2018

Project Description

In partnership with HDR, Engineering, under contract to USACE Mobile, Involve is supporting a team of planners, engineers, architects, and assessors performing facility condition assessments for the Army Mobility Command facilities at Tobyhanna Army Depot, PA and Joint Systems Manufacturing Center, Lima, OH

Involve provided a mechanical and an electrical assessor, who are integrated into the four teams assessing 207 facilities/6.2 MSF.  Work includes verifying/updating the inventory of facilities/equipment and determining the current overall condition of facilities/equipment and adjacent linear assets. Data compiled from the surveys is uploaded into BUILDER, the sustainment management tool developed by USACE Engineer Research and Development Center.

>> Back to Projects

 

Facility Condition Assessment (BUILDER)

Fleet Readiness Center East, Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point

Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest and Atlantic

Cherry Point, NC

Involve’s Role

Architectural/Civil Assessors

(Sub-contractor for Jacobs-HDR JV)

 

Award Date

September 2017

 

Completion Date

December 2017

 

Project Description

In partnership with Jacobs-HDR JV, under contract to NAVFAC Southwest/NAVFAC Atlantic, Involve is supporting a team of planners, engineers, architects, and assessors performing facility condition assessments at Fleet Readiness Center East (FRCE) located at MCAS Cherry Point.

Involve provided architectural/civil assessors who are integrated into the two teams assessing 66 facilities/2.1MSF.  Work includes verifying/updating the inventory of facilities/equipment and determining the current overall condition of facilities/equipment and adjacent linear assets. Data compiled from the surveys was uploaded into BUILDER, the sustainment management tool developed by USACE Engineer Research and Development Center.

>> Back to Projects

Facility Condition Assessment (BUILDER)

Eagle County, Colorado

Eagle, CO

Involve’s Role

PM/Lead Assessor (Architectural) and Electrical Assessors

(Sub-contractor for HDR)

 

Award Date

July 2017

 

Completion Date

September 2017

Project Description

In partnership with HDR, Engineering, under contract to Eagle County, Involve helped to lead a team of planners, engineers, architects, and assessors performing facility condition assessments for the county of Eagle, Colorado.

Involve provided the on-site project manager/lead assessor (architectural) and an electrical assessor, who were integrated into the team assessing 34 facilities/426 KSF.  Work includes verifying/updating the inventory of facilities/equipment and determining the current overall condition of facilities/equipment and adjacent linear assets. Data compiled from the surveys is uploaded into BUILDER, the sustainment management tool developed by USACE Engineer Research and Development Center.

>> Back to Projects

Facility Condition Assessment (ICAP)

SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific, Naval Base Point Loma

Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest

San Diego, CA

Involve’s Role

Electrical  Assessor

 (Sub-contractor for Jacobs-HDR JV and McPherson Consulting)

 

Award Date

April 2017

 

Completion Date

July 2017

 

Project Description

In partnership with Jacobs-HDR JV and McPherson Consulting, under contract to NAVFAC Southwest, Involve supported a team of planners, engineers, architects, and assessors performing facility condition assessments as part of the Navy’s Infrastructure Condition Assessment Program (ICP) at SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific, Naval Base Point Loma

 

Involve provided an electrical assessor, who was integrated into the two teams assessing 174 facilities/2.2 MSF.  Work included verifying/updating the inventory of facilities/equipment and determining the current overall condition of facilities and equipment. Data compiled from the surveys was uploaded through connectivity with the BUILDER program.  The assessment data was then downloaded into the Navy enterprise’s Maximo 7 system, resulting in complete and reliable condition indexes for the buildings, components and equipment.

 

>> Back to Projects

Facility Condition Assessment (ICAP)

Naval Air Station, Pensacola, FL and Saufley Field

Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southeast

Pensacola, FL

Involve’s Role

Electrical  Assessors

 (Sub-contractor for Jacobs-HDR JV and McPherson Consulting)

 

Award Date

January 2017

 

Completion Date

May 2017

 

Project Description

In partnership with Jacobs-HDR JV and McPherson Consulting, under contract to NAVFAC Southeast, Involve supported a team of planners, engineers, and assessors performing facility condition assessments as part of the Navy’s Infrastructure Condition Assessment Program (ICP) at Naval Air Station, Pensacola, FL and Saufley Field, Pensacola, FL.

 

Involve provided two electrical assessors, who were integrated into the two teams assessing the electrical, mechanical and dynamic equipment in 242 facilities/6.2 MSF.  Work included verifying/updating the inventory of equipment and determining the current overall condition of facilities/equipment. Data compiled from the surveys was uploaded through connectivity with the BUILDER program.  The assessment data was then downloaded into the Navy enterprise’s Maximo 7 system, resulting in complete and reliable condition indexes for the equipment and components.

>> Back to Projects

Facility Condition Assessment (BUILDER)

U.S Army, Headquarters Installation Management Command (IMCOM)

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District

Joint Base Lewis McChord, Tacoma, WA

 

Involve’s Role

Electrical Assessor

(Sub-contractor for HDR)

 

Award Date

November 2016

 

Completion Date

April 2017

 

Project Description

In partnership with HDR, Engineering, under contract to USACE Mobile, Involve is supporting a team of planners, engineers, architects, and assessors performing facility condition assessments for the IMCOM facilities at Joint Base Lewis McChord, Tacoma, WA.

Involve provided an electrical assessor, who was integrated into one of the four teams assessing 192 facilities/6.0 MSF.  Work included verifying/updating the inventory of facilities/equipment and determining the current overall condition of facilities/equipment and adjacent linear assets. Data compiled from the surveys was uploaded into BUILDER, the sustainment management tool developed by USACE Engineer Research and Development Center.

>> Back to Projects

Facility Condition Assessment (ICAP)

Stennis Space Center, Gulfport, MS

Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southeast

Gulfport, MS

Involve’s Role

Architectural and Electrical  Assessors

(Sub-contractor for Jacobs-HDR JV and McPherson Consulting)

 

Award Date

November 2016

 

Completion Date

March 2017

 

Project Description

In partnership with Jacobs-HDR JV and McPherson Consulting, under contract to NAVFAC Southeast, Involve supported a team of planners, engineers, architects, and assessors performing facility condition assessments as part of the Navy’s Infrastructure Condition Assessment Program (ICP) at Stennis Space Center, Gulfport, MS

 

Involve provided an architectural assessor and two electrical assessors, who were integrated into the two teams assessing 169 facilities/4.0MSF at Stennis.  Work included verifying/updating the inventory of facilities/equipment and determining the current overall condition of facilities and equipment. Data compiled from the surveys was uploaded through connectivity with the BUILDER program.  The assessment data was then downloaded into the Navy enterprise’s Maximo 7 system, resulting in complete and reliable condition indexes for the buildings, components and equipment.

>> Back to Projects

Facility Condition Assessment (BUILDER)

U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District

USMC Reserve Centers, Nation-wide

 

Involve’s Role

Lead Architectural/Civil Assessor

(Sub-contractor for HDR and McPherson Consulting )

 

Award Date

February 2016

 

Completion Date

December 2016

 

Project Description

In partnership with HDR, Engineering and McPherson Consulting, under contract to USACE Mobile, Involve supported a team of planners, engineers, architects, and assessors performing facility condition assessments for the MARFORRES at USMC Reserve Centers throughout the country.

Involve provided the lead architectural/civil assessor on the team which assessed 39 Reserve Center complexes, totaling approximately 2.1 MSF.  Work included verifying/updating the inventory of facilities/equipment and determining the current overall condition of facilities/equipment and adjacent linear assets. Data compiled from the survey was uploaded into BUILDER, the sustainment management tool developed by USACE Engineer Research and Development Center.

© 2018 by Involve, LLC.

  • LinkedIn Social Icon