1 BUILDER Sustainment Management System Julie B. Krebs FCA-RPIE Product Line Lead AFCEC SIA II Program USACE-SWF. 18-Nov-14. US Army Corps of Engineers BUILDING STRONG BUILDING STRONG . Bottom Line Up Front Tactical guidance for facility managers to execute Key performance Indicators on portfolio to upper echelon decision makers Gathers the right data at the right time at the right level for the information needed to make informed investment decisions. 2 BUILDING STRONG . For Official Use Only Sustainment Management System Applications BUILDER. for Building Components Program Management PAVER. for Airfields and Roads RAILER. for Track ROOFER*. for Roofing Project Management New FUELER module is under development with DLA funding * Integrated with BUILDER enterprise System 3 BUILDING STRONG.
2 For Official Use Only Federal BUILDER Users US Marine Corps Enterprise standard; ~105M GSF, ~360K assets Navy Enterprise standard; ~400M GSF, ~470K assets DLA. Enterprise standard; 250M GSF, ~63K assets Air Force Enterprise standard, conducting second round of implementation ~400M GSF, ~880K assets completed so far Defense Health Agency (formerly Tri-Care Medical Activity). Enterprise standard, 3 year implementation schedule (14-16). Army 2 Pilots completed in FY13, 5 sites in FY14, forming enterprise standards for full impl. Department of Defense OSD adopts SMS as assessment standard (Q4 FY13) for entire Department NNSA (DoE). Pursuing BUILDER adoption in FY15. Additional agencies evaluating or pursuing BUILDER adoption 4 BUILDING STRONG.
3 For Official Use Only USACE Support to Federal Agencies Implementing BUILDER. DLA Real Property Inventory and Assessment Program Real Property Inventory, Facility Condition Assessments, and Environmental Audits 500 Sites, 800 locations world-wide USACE personnel develop and manage SRM Projects from FCA results Air Force Sustainable Infrastructure Assessment (SIA). Real Property Validation, Space Utilization, Energy Audits, Facility Condition Assessments, Real Property Installed Equipment Inventory FY12-14 funding for >200M SF. Defense Health Agency Tri-Service BUILDER Implementation contracting and QA. Army IMCOM - contracting assistance and QA/QC. NNSA. Technical support, data migration tools, product improvements, and training 5 BUILDING STRONG.
4 For Official Use Only Facility Managers' Need Engineered Asset Lifecycle Management Tools Provide investment guidance to: Objectively assess Assessment infrastructure across the Determine Condition of enterprise Asset Portfolio Consistently analyze investment requirements and prioritize scarce resources Execution Analysis Based upon priorities and Compare current Track investments to ensure availability, fund and execute. condition against mission requirements key stakeholder requirements are addressed Forecast the investment Prioritization Invest to ensure mission requirements for budget readiness and maximize defense and course of action ROI. analysis 6 BUILDING STRONG.
5 For Official Use Only Process Work Inventory Assessment Prediction Forecasting Planning Real Property Condition CI Prediction Work Course of Action Inventory Assessment Generation (COA) Analysis Component Functionality Work Inventory Assessment Prioritization 7 BUILDING STRONG . For Official Use Only Inventory Performed once, with initial assessment Supports DPW tactical actions ( replace roof, repair doors, replace HVAC, etc.). Group assets for lifecycle investment Management , reduces assessment requirements Immediately supports asset performance predictions Building Facility (B20). (D30). System Exterior Closure Services (B2010) (B2020) (D3020). Component Walls Doors Heating Example Building Metal Curtain Hierarchy Section Masonry Panel Wall Boiler(s).
6 8 BUILDING STRONG . For Official Use Only Condition Assessment Capture the lifecycle rating of an asset [ performance ] Requirements may change, but measurement should be constant Inspectors are human sensor and do not provide opinion/interpretation Models the rating given by an expert based upon engineering principles for consistency across an organization Assessment frequency and level-of-detail are tailored to mission risk and lifecycle condition (Knowledge Based Inspections). Traditional vs. SMS. Deficiency: Re-point brick retaining wall Distress Type(s): Deteriorated and Cracked Work Quantity: 200 SF Severity Level(s): Low and Med Scoping Estimate: $4400 Quantity/Density: 200 SF and 12 LF.
7 Urgency/Priority: 3 Condition Index (calc.): 72. 9 BUILDING STRONG . Functionality Assessment Modernization inspection addresses issues of: Capacity (too little or too much). Configuration Change in user requirements Technical obsolescence Regulatory/code compliance Etc. Available at building, space, and component levels Can simulate mission change to determine investment requirements for future occupants 10 BUILDING STRONG . For Official Use Only Condition Prediction Construction/Installation 100. Inspection 1. Inspection 2 Economic Sweet Spot . 80. Asset Condition Index Inspection 3. 60. 40 Condition @ Failure 20 Real Service Life = 17 years Design Life = 20 yrs.
8 0. 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020. Year Adaptive model predicts performance of each unique asset; identifies best time to invest 11 BUILDING STRONG . For Official Use Only Work (Requirements) Generation Work is automatically created based upon Enterprise-defined rules that capture acceptable levels of risk for differing assets System evaluates work options to optimize Return on Investment Work is generated using objective ratings AND a defensible set of enterprise policies, eliminating subjective judgment and gaming of the System . Enterprise-defined rules generate consistent requirements Service- wide 12 BUILDING STRONG . For Official Use Only Work Generation 100.
9 80 HVAC (70) Repair CI Gain CI. 60 Interior Construction (55) Repair 40 SL Gain 20. 0. 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020. Year Work requirements are automatically generated when condition falls below enterprise policy levels. 13 BUILDING STRONG . For Official Use Only Requirements Prioritization Balance multiple, competing criteria for determination of the best SRM investment strategy Tool includes metrics which express [cost]. effectiveness, risk, and consequence factors Commander's override available for must-do items Uniform prioritization of requirements across organization enforces consistent investment guidance. 14 BUILDING STRONG . For Official Use Only Actionable Work Plan 2010.
10 2010. 2010. Work is for specific assets; establishes transparency, traceability and accountability 15 BUILDING STRONG . For Official Use Only Federal Real Property Council CI Metric BUILDER-derived value is consistent and repeatable Work is now generated using objective ratings AND an defensible set of enterprise policies, rather than subjective judgment Prioritization scheme can leverage metrics to focus resources on greatest need (risk, impact, financial ROI, etc.). FCI computation is based upon objective assessment methods and consistent work rules. 16 BUILDING STRONG . For Official Use Only Forecasting What-If capability allows changing inventory, policies, prioritization, funding, and forecast period to determine different outcomes.