Engineering, Environmental & Sustainment, Restoration & Modernization Sessions
UFC 3-460-01 Update
Get the latest update from the DoD Fuels Discipline Working Group on the changes to UFC 3-460-01 and the fuel infrastructure UFGSs.
Type III/IV Hydrant System—Updating the Standard Designs to Building Information Modeling
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Omaha Petroleum, Oil & Lubricants-Mandatory Center of Expertise is updating the designs for the Type III/IV hydrant fueling systems to the Building Information Modeling, or BIM, standard. This seminar will cover the use of BIM for developing hydrant system designs and demonstrate some of the BIM features incorporated into the updated standard design packages.
Petroleum, Oil & Lubricants Facility Condition Assessment Tools
DLA, working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Construction Engineering Research Laboratory, has developed a Sustainment Management System, or SMS, tool for assessing the condition of DoD petroleum, oil & lubricants infrastructure. This session will present the capabilities of this SMS tool and its planned fielding.
Planning for Petroleum, Oil & Lubricants Military Construction Projects in NATO
Panel discussion on planning and executing petroleum, oil & lubricants military construction projects in NATO.
DLA Installation Management-Operations Support to DLA Energy Regions
Update on the infrastructure support that DLA Installation Management-Operations regional offices provide to the DLA Energy regions and supported combatant commands.
DLA Energy Environmental Program Overview
DLA has environmental expertise available to assist with capitalized fuel facility requirements. Learn about technical and funding support offered to capitalized facilities through the Centrally Managed, Compliance, and Restoration Programs.
DLA Energy Leak Detection Program
This presentation will provide a comprehensive view of the DLA Energy Leak Detection Program as well as discussions on various tightness testing technologies and compliance with the new UST regulations.
Challenges and Success of Fuel Cleanup at Eielson Air Force Base
Winter fuel releases in a climate that can reach 60 degrees below zero is challenging. When more than 5,000 gallons of DLA-capitalized fuel was released into the snow-filled secondary container in November 2017, the U.S. Air Force faced significant challenges removing the contaminated snow and handling the remaining contamination. This session will cover the processes followed and lessons learned.
National Environmental Policy Act 101
In this session, a DLA Energy subject matter expert will review the basic laws and regulations, processes and timing for completing environmental analyses associated with capitalized fuels projects.
Acquire to Retire—Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness Audit
This presentation will look at the Acquire to Retire Life Cycle Management of Real Property and the challenges recording infrastructure in light of the Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness audit.
Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization Program Overview
The goal of DLA Energy’s Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization, or SRM, program is to maintain the Department of Defense’s petroleum, oil and lubricants infrastructure in order to minimize operational impacts and maximize operational readiness. DLA Energy’s SRM team provides proactive maintenance and repair support to approximately 75 percent of DoD’s fixed-fuel infrastructure. This session will provide information on the DLA Energy SRM program whose work includes more than 1,300 projects at 563 sites worldwide with a value of more than $600 million per year. Discussion topics will include SRM business processes, division alignment and the “Four Pillars of SRM.”
Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization Recurring Maintenance & Minor Repair Program
The Recurring Maintenance and Minor Repair Program is one of the four pillars of the Sustainment, Restoration and Maintenance program. DLA Energy-capitalized fuel facilities identified for this program receive quarterly, semi-annual and annual maintenance visits. Minor repair and emergency response services are addressed through a service order process within an established dollar threshold. This session will cover quarterly, semi-annual and annual system maintenance checks and services. Processes for submitting a service order and typical timelines will be reviewed.
Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization Program Panel Discussion
The objective of this panel discussion is to provide a short overview of the roles and responsibilities of the Army Branch, Air Force Branch, Navy/Marine Corps Branch, the Program Analysis and Master Planning Branch, and address questions regarding processes and procedures. The intent of this panel discussion is to be educational, informative and provide a forum for thought-provoking discussion and open exchange of ideas and issues. Additionally, military services will be able to identify how SRM can benefit their individual bases or organizations and bring to light any issues they might be having with any of the SRM processes.
as of February 8, 2019