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Expansion of USMC CPAC Program Operations to ... - NDCEE

Objectives• Minimize impact on CPAC corrosion control efforts• Reduce cost of transition for CPAC and DoD• Improve CRF design efficiency and effectiveness• Maintain current capabilities at new CRFs• Provide CPAC with basis for construction of new CRFs• Provide site and operational recommendations to therelevant planning organizationsNational Defense Center for Energy and Environment5E2S2 – May 2009


Optimization Opportunities• Current CRF aboard Camp Kinser, Okinawa processesapproximately 1600 Principle End Items (PEIs) per year.• New CRFs on Guam and Okinawa will processapproximately 400 and 1200 PEIs per year, respectively.• Maintain all corrosion repair and mitigation capabilities.• Increase efficiency and improve process flow.National Defense Center for Energy and Environment6E2S2 – May 2009


Downsizing Opportunities (cont’d)• Similar geographic and climate conditions of target sites• Similar construction methods recommended for bothsites• Similar capabilities and process flow• Design to match capacity needs• Opportunity for Leadership in Energy and EnvironmentalDesign (LEED) Silver certificationNational Defense Center for Energy and Environment7E2S2 – May 2009


New Okinawa CRF Concept Design• Design Characteristics– Targeted throughput of1200 PEIs per year– Two parallel tunnels withtwo paint booths in each,allowing a stagedapproach to coatingapplication– Incorporates cross-flowcapability betweentunnels– Capable of processing allequipment in currentinventoryNational Defense Center for Energy and Environment8E2S2 – May 2009


New Guam CRF Concept Design• Design Characteristics– Targeted throughput of400 PEIs per year– One tunnel with threepaint booths allowing asequential application ofprimers, topcoat, andcamouflage– Allows for variability inprocess flow betweensteps– Capable of processing allequipment in currentinventoryNational Defense Center for Energy and Environment9E2S2 – May 2009


Project Successes• Developed recommendations for stand-up of CRFs onCamp Hansen and Camp Finegayan– Notional site layout/land requirements– Infrastructure and resource requirements– Proposed capabilities– Facility design concepts• Provided layout and facility information to NAVFAC andMCI MIDPAC– CRF requirements have been included in the infrastructure andsite layout planning processes– The CRF design concepts were incorporated as the BaseFacility Requirements for CPAC operationsNational Defense Center for Energy and Environment10E2S2 – May 2009


Project Stakeholders• U.S. Marine Corps (USMC)• Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC)• Marine Corps Installations (MCI) Mid-Pacific (MIDPAC)• Joint Guam Program Office (JGPO)National Defense Center for Energy and Environment11E2S2 – May 2009


Contact InformationNDCEE Technical MonitorName: Mr. Matthew KochOrganization: MARCORSYSCOME-mail: matthew.e.koch@usmc.milPhone Number: (703) 432-6165NDCEE Project ManagerName: Mr. Kevin MerichkoOrganization: CTC / NDCEEE-Mail: merichko@ctc.comPhone Number: (814) 269-2530www.ndcee.ctc.comThis work was funded in part through the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations and Environment) and conducted inpart under contract W74V8H-04-D-0005 Task 0494. The views, opinions, and/or findings contained in this paper are those of theauthor and should not be construed as an official Department of the Army position, policy, or decision unless so designated by otherofficial documentation.National Defense Center for Energy and Environment12E2S2 – May 2009

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