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FY 2003 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM NAVY 3. Installation and Location UIC: M67029

4. Command MARINE BARRACKS 8TH & I

Commandant of the WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Marine Corps

2/12/02 5. Area Constr

Cost Index

0.96

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a. TOTAL ACREAGE

(5.00) b. INVENTORY TOTAL AS OF 30 Sep 2001. C. AUTHORIZATION NOT YET IN INVENTORY. d. AUTHORIZATION REQUESTED IN THIS PROGRAM.

AUTHORIZATION INCLUDED IN THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM

PLANNED IN THE NEXT THREE PROGRAM YEARS.. g. REMAINING DEFICIENCY.

GRAND TOTAL.
Projects Requested In This Program:
Category
Code Project Title

Scope 932.10 SITE IMPROVEMENTS (44,842 SE) 4,166 m2

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TOTAL 9. Future Projects:

a Included In The Following Program (FY 2004): 214.20 MOTOR TRANSPORT FAC ADDN

0 SF

1,143

1,143

TOTAL b. Major Planned Next Three Years: 610.10 DINING & SUPPORT FACS

0 LS

4,722

200

TOTAL

4,722 c. Real Property Maintenance Backlog (5000): S 10. Mission Or Major Functions:

To provide troops for ceremonial and special security purposes as directed; to maintain quarters for the Commandant of the Marine Corps and other senior officers; to operate the Marine Corps Institute; to provide administrative and logistical control for the United States Marine Band; to provide Presidential security; and to maintain one trained civil disturbance company

for deployment as directed by the Commandant of the Marine Corps. 11. Outstanding Pollution And Safety Deficiencies (5000):

a Polļution Abatement (*): $0
b. Occupational Safety And Health (OSH) (W): 50

Form
DD Dec 76 1390

Submitted to Congress

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2. Date

2/12/02

1. Component

FY 2003 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM NAVY 3. Installation and Location/UIC:M67029

| 4. Project Title MARINE BARRACKS

SITE IMPROVEMENTS WASHINGTON, D.C.

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TOTAL REQUEST

3,700 EQUIPMENT FROM OTHER APPROPRIATIONS

(NON-ADD) 10. Description of Proposed Construction

Construct additional parking garage area, complete comprehensive renovation and expansion of existing dining facilities, construct an athletic field house, build out a dedicated physical fitness area and Marine Corps Exchange retail space in support of new Bachelor Enlisted Quarters construction. Exterior architecture to match brick faced, cast stone detailed Georgian styled masonry architecture currently used on the site. Electrical systems include fire alarms, energy saving electronic monitoring and control system (EMCS), and information systems. Mechanical systems include plumbing, fire protection systems, heating, ventilation and air conditioning. Supporting facilities worķ includes site and building utility connections (water, sanitary and storm sewers, electrical, telephone, Local Area Network (LAN), and Cable Television (CATV)). Paving and site improvements include sidewalks, earthwork, grading and landscaping. Includes Technical Operating Manuals.

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Submitted to Congress

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2. Date

2/12/02

1. Component

FY 2003 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM
NAVY
Installation and Location UIC-M67029

MARINE BARRACKS WASHINGTON, D.C. 4. Project Title

SITE IMPROVEMENTS

7. Project Number 995

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Constructs parking garage area, provides comprehensive renovation and expansion of existing dining facilities, constructs an athletic field house, completes build out of dedicated physical fitness area and Marine Corps Exchange retail space in support of new Bachelor Enlisted Quarters construction. (Current mission)

REQUIREMENT :

Project is required to complete intended features of a funded Military Construction project. Features were eliminated from the original project award due to unfavorable contractor bid prices and unforseen cost increases. Construction meets the minimum requirements to complete the intended scope of the original project and is intended to provide adequate and modern bachelor enlisted quarters with adequate parking, recreational space and facilities to support the enlisted Marines assigned.

CURRENT SITUATION:

Under a Memorandum of Understanding with the Washington D.C. Housing Authority and the National Park Service, the Marine Corps has acquired 7.5 acres of land two blocks Southwest of the current Marine Barracks.

Bott sites are part of the urbanized core of Southeast Washington D.C. and are surrounded by a mixture of moderate density residential, light industrial, and retail uses as well as the Washington Navy Yard. As part of the agreement, and in exchange for demolition of condemned apartment buildings on the site, the Marine Corps must construct architecturally enhancing and aesthetic "role model'' facilities for economic revitalization of the urban core and also improve existing recreational areas on the site. The Marine Barracks has a significant deficiency in the amount of bachelor enlisted quarters, providing less than half the number of rooms required to house its junior enlisted Marines. The majority of these Marines are forced to live on the economy and must commute between 20-100 miles round trip daily and struggle to find legal parking when they arrive in the city. Given the Marine Barracks' significant bachelor housing and support facilities deficiencies, the offer was enthusiastically accepted by the Marine Corps.

Due to site constraints, the project has been adversely affected by

DD Dec 76 1391C

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FY 2003 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM NAVY 3. Installation and Location UIC-M67029

MARINE BARRACKS WASHINGTON, D.C. 4. Project Title

SITE IMPROVEMENTS

7. Project Number 995

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unforseen costs for significant changes in site elevation, architectural requirements to adapt the structures to the site, Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection measures to meet required guidelines and unique requirements for expansion and renovation of the existing dining facility within the shell of the building.

IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED:

Junior enlisted personnel will be housed in barracks with inadequate supporting facilities and insufficient parking to meet minimum standards, which will have a negative pact on overall morale, retention and readiness. The Marine Corps will not be able to fully meet its part of the agreement with the community by falling short on the scope of the original project.

12. Supplemental Data:

A. Estimated Design Data: (Parametric estimates have been used to develop project costs. Project design conforms to Part II of Military Handbook 1190, Facility Planning and Design guide)

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1. Component

FY 2003 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM NAVY 3. Installation and Location UIC:M67029

MARINE BARRACKS WASHINGTON, D.C. 4. Project Title

SITE IMPROVEMENTS

7. Project Number 995

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B. Equipment associated with this project which will be provided from other appropriations: NONE.

Activity POC: MAJ ED MAYES Phone No: 202-433-6269 JOINT USE CERTIFICATION:

The Dir. Land Use & Military Construction Branch, Installations & Logistics Dept., HQ, Marine Corps certifies that this project has been considered for joint use potential. Unilateral construction is recommended. The reason for this recommendation is:

This facility can be used by other components on an as available basis; however, the scope of the project is based on Navy requirements.

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