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Program Management Office (PMO) Facilities Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti

 

 

 PROJECT SUMMARY

This project, consisting of a series of new facilities, was part of the Base Operations Support Services (BOS) contract award to PAE/Lockheed Martin by NAVFAC EURAFSWA (N33191-07-D-0207). Michael-Bruno was engaged as the design and construction oversight subcontractor for this four-phase DB program.

Cost Control Schedule Control Quality of Work & Safety Compliance with Perfomance Schedules

COMPLEXITY OF THE JOB

Michael-Bruno provided design and construction management of an ex-novo contractor camp within the footprint of Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti. Design included a Project Management Office (PMO) building, supply and facilities buildings, training/general purpose and camp management buildings, berthing and vehicle maintenance facili-ties, and various storage facilities.

The M-B design team focused on utilizing mini-mum resources to implement the most cost-effective development, design and construction solution commensurate with the expeditionary status of Camp Lemonier, while complying with both local and US building, electrical, and plumbing codes. Structures were designed in rectangular, quasi-square, or L-shaped forms to optimize space and cost. Compacted gravel was selected for internal roadways. Sodium vapor (low-amperage) technology was selected for perimeter and internal lighting. Cement and ceramic tile flooring as well as climate control were selectively implemented, based on the ultimate purpose of the facilities.

As finalized, the M-B design gave special emphasis to the functionality of the compound, both on the exterior and in the interior of the facilities. A dedicated electrical power generation plant was designed to supply all contractor camp require-ments. Where necessary, water lines were equipped with lift stations and in-line domestic supplemental pressure water pumps to provide the necessary water pressure to serve the facilities throughout camp. Restrooms and ablution facilities were designed in both the eastern and western styles to serve contractors of both cultural backgrounds. Water, sewer, power and IT/COM lines were designed for underground distribution throughout the compound.

SCOPE AND NATURE SIMILAR TO THE A-E SERVICES IDIQ