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Purpose Applicability References Policy Responsibilities Permanent Construction Policy Procedures and Responsibilities This publication provides guidance, and establishes responsibilities and procedures for the planning and development of contingency and permanent base camps that support associated missions in U. Service Components are responsible for complying with construction standards for facilities in accordance with their applicable service regulations.

Construction Standards outlined in this document are descriptive, not prescriptive in nature. Service components shall use this document as a planning tool for base camp development.

Other planning references are available and may be used in cases where the standards do not conflict with this regulation. DOD Directive DOD Document Department of the Army Reg. The peacetime CCJ4-E organization may increase in size by both active and component reserve forces to support training, exercises or other urgent requirements.

Refer to Appendix A. Providing input to applicable host nation agreements that contain provisions for construction and use of facilities, and the rights and responsibilities of the all parties. When any additional project is submitted, the component will include, with the submission, the priority of the new requirement among all existing component contingency projects.

Civil engineering support planning, including providing component-specific input to the designated executive agent for developing the ESP. Planning the means to address probable facility deficiencies during the initial 90 days of OPLAN execution, to include any standardized construction or material contracts.

Components will ensure that a minimum of one qualified, deployable individual is available for each assigned billet. Components may assign active or reserve component. Minimum tour lengths for augmentees shall be days. Plans will be reviewed and tested during exercises.

Civil engineering support plans. When any additional project is submitted, the Component will include, with the submission, the priority of the new requirement among all existing component contingency projects.

Providing or arranging for engineering, construction, leasing, and environmental support for their assigned forces. CCAs may find it necessary to plan for establishing an organization, subordinate to the CCA, to support individual Components or geographic regions. Pending funding authorization, one qualified individual will fill each CCJ4-E team billet, as detailed in Figure Assigned members shall be proficient in the duties called for by their CCJ4-E billet.

The JCMEB is a temporary board that establishes policies, procedures, priorities, and overall direction for civil-military construction and engineering requirements in the AOR. JFUB is a temporary board that evaluates and reconciles component requirements for real estate, use of existing facilities, inter-service support and construction when conflict or competing interests materialize. See Figure The JEMB is a temporary board that establishes policies, procedures, priorities and overall direction for environmental management requirements in the AOR.

Frequency of engineer reporting will be specified in contingency execution plans or by direction. Permanent basing is associated with long-term strategic force stationing. Contingency basing is associated with short-term contingency operations. Specific location and size of these bases are determined during the course of the contingency operation.

Permanent construction standards are provided in Chapter 9. The following is a description of the types of bases in the GDPP:. A permanent base with combat forces and robust infrastructure intended to support training, security cooperation, deployment, and employment operations. The base features established command and control capability, enduring family support facilities, and is situated on reliable, well- protected territory.

Locations may contain pre-positioned equipment and may have a modest permanent support presence. Location is able to sustain security cooperation, training, deployment, and employment operations on short notice.

Location may contain pre-positioned equipment but generally will not have permanent U. Location has no family support system and potentially austere infrastructure. Flexible legal international agreements are in place to use location for security cooperation, training, deployment, and employment operations. Contingency sites support immediate but temporary contingency operations.

NOTE: For design and construction purposes, housing and work facilities for non-permanent populations at permanent bases shall be based on contingency construction standards identified in Chapter 5. The following is a description of the types of contingency bases:. A COB may include a C capable airfield or larger. The COS size and capabilities are scalable to support rotation of forces or prolonged contingency operations. The COS is characterized by limited infrastructure and may be dependent on some contracted services.

A COL is usually occupied by a battalion sized element capable of quick response to operations, security, civic assistance or humanitarian assistance relief. A COL will be dependent upon a COS or COB for logistical support and is characterized by stark infrastructure primarily dependent on contracted services or field facilities. The lead agencies include:. The LCLC has primary responsibility for coordinating common item and common service support or other administrative and support functions.

The BOS-I will coordinate contracting support and the efficient use of mission support resources. The BOS-I will provide master planning for facilities and real estate. BOS-I responsibilities include collecting and prioritizing construction requirements and seeking funding support, environmental management and hazardous waste disposal. The component responsible for the control, operation and maintenance of the airfield to include the runways, associated taxiways, and parking ramps as well as land and facilities whose proximity affects airfield operations.

The SAA controls flight line access and is responsible for the safe movement of aircraft in the airport traffic area and on all airfield surfaces. The SAA will also seek funding from their component for airfield operations, maintenance and construction requirements.

Establish base camp construction standards IAW with current and future basing postures. The Unified Facilities Criteria UFC and the Unified Facilities Guide Specifications UFGS should be used to the greatest extent possible by all the Service Components for planning, design, and construction restoration and modernization of facilities, regardless of funding source, except for those facilities where title to the facility shall not be in the United States. Plan and program for military construction, real estate, leasing, facility operations and maintenance, environmental management, and engineering support through normal Service channels.

Plan, program and manage funding to support construction IAW service regulations. The resulting list is the basis for the CCPL. Request funding through Service channels.

The JFUB is a temporary board that evaluates and reconciles component requirements for real estate, use of existing facilities, inter- service support and construction when conflicting or competing interests materialize. Program, manage and execute construction to support Base Master Plans and within designated construction standards. Refer to Figures through Plan and program for military construction, leasing, and engineering support for their assigned mission for all Services responsibility is not to be split among Services.

The standards within this chapter are defined in terms of contingency timelines. However, no increase or advancement in standard is automatically authorized based upon time on ground. These durations are defined by Joint and Service doctrine and are intended to be used only as planning guidance in advance of or in the absence of direction from higher headquarters.

Contingency construction standards apply to locations where no camp infrastructure exists, where existing support infrastructure does not meet force increases or other requirements levied by missions or as an interim measure in support of building permanent infrastructure to support MOBs, FOSs, and CSLs. Contingency construction standards and guidelines are provided in Figures to Contingency construction, renovation, planning and design shall consider environmental, safety and fire protection standards.

To the extent possible and practical, each facility should be constructed to military or national health and safety building codes. Deviations from standards must be reviewed and documented by the appropriate approving authority. Contingency construction is characterized as initial, temporary or semi-permanent. Initial construction standards are austere facilities requiring minimal engineer effort intended for immediate operational use by units upon arrival for a limited time ranging up to 6 months.

Initial construction may require replacement by more substantial or durable facilities during the course of operation. The initial standard facility list includes only critical facilities. Facilities constructed to a temporary standard are intended for use up to 24 months but may be used indefinitely. Temporary construction standards are characterized by austere facilities requiring additional engineer effort above that required for initial standard facilities.

Temporary construction standards increase efficiency of operations and improve durability, morale, safety and health standards of personnel on operations. Facilities should be thermally insulated for energy conservation as time, funds and operational situation allows. Construction standard designs have been developed by USACE to satisfy the temporary construction standards of this instruction. Temporary standards may be used initially if so directed by the combatant commander.

Semi-permanent facilities are designed and constructed with finishes, materials, and systems selected for moderate energy efficiency, maintenance, and life cycle cost and with a life expectancy of more than 2 years, but less than 25 years. Semi-permanent constructions standards will be considered when the length of operations is greater than 2 years.

These facilities are based on a capability tied to the duration of a named operation and not for locations such as a FOS or a CSL. Semi-permanent standards may be used initially if so directed by the combatant commander. The CCJ4-E will be the approval authority for construction waivers considering the following factors: Title X Service endorsement, support to operations, life safety improvements, security situation, construction time, cost, cost-benefit analysis, local material availability and quality, and local labor availability and skill.

An additional reference for planning is the Unified Facility Criteria The purpose of this standard is to safeguard life or limb, health, property and welfare by regulating the design, construction and installation of electrical systems and equipment.

It shall be a violation of CENTCOM policy for any person, company or unit to erect, construct, alter, extend, repair, move, remove or demolish electrical systems in any facility regulated by this standard, without prior approval.

The construction standard shall regulate the design, construction and installation of electrical systems as it pertains to initial, temporary or semi-permanent contingency construction. All contingency construction must meet basic safety requirements for bonding, grounding and safe building practice. Electrical work shall be tested as required by a certified electrician before occupancy or acceptance of project can take place.



The U. Central Command, functioning as the primary provider of engineering services to the combatant command and numerous U. We must also factor in where the construction will take place. Engineers must weigh many factors when considering a new or modified facility, according to Taylor. What materials are needed?


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