Overview

dpw.jpgThe Engineering Division is the professional arm of the DPW responsible for design, engineering, construction, renovation, project development and management for the installation. We are tasked with “Creating a Better Fort Lee” in support of our current and future mission requirements. This Division is the professional arm of the DPW composed of (18) engineers, architects, and technicians responsible for the design, engineering, construction, renovation, project development and management for the installation. Staffing will increase to (29) by end of BRAC.

The Engineering Division is divided into two branches:
Engineering Services (ES) Branch, which is responsible for project development and project management of both Corps of Engineers and Directorate of Contracting projects along with AE contracts, in house design, and CAD & Reproduction services and Job Order Contracting (JOC) Branch that develops and designs projects for award and construction as task orders on the prime JOC contract, to one general contractor.

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Phonebook

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Director's Office

Director of DPW
Director's Administrative Assistant(804) 734-4015
DPW Sergeant Major(804) 734-5544
DPW Conference Room #1(804) 734-5082
DPW Conference Room #2(804) 734-5094
Fax Machine(804) 734-3474

Business Operation & Integration Division

Chief's Desk(804) 734-5016
Info Tech Branch Help Desk(804) 734-4268
Info Tech Fax Machine(804) 734-5098

Engineering Plan & Services Division

Chief's Desk(804) 734-5059
Division Secretary(804) 734-4545
DPW Engineering Services(804) 734-5046
Engineering Services Branch Drafting(804) 734-5021
Job Order Contracting Branch Chief(804) 734-5114
Job Order Contracting Branch Fax(804) 734-5095

Master Planning Division

Master Planning Branch Chief(804) 734-5039
Master Planning Branch Fax(804) 734-3474
Planning Section Chief(804) 734-5020
Real Property Section Chief(804) 734-4749
BRAC Construction Chief's Office(804) 734-5977

Installation Management Section

General Sup Spec(804) 734-5428

Operations & Maintenance Division

Chief's Office(804) 734-5230
Fax Machine(804) 734-4653
Non-housing Service Orders (SKOOKUM)(804) 451-1914
EMCS Control Room-Emergencies(804) 734-3627
Production Control Branch(804) 734-5086
Contract Management Branch Chief(804) 734-4765
Contract Management Branch Fax(804) 734-4738

Housing Division & RCI Office

Housing Chief/RCI Asset Manager Office(804) 765-1976
RCI Engineer Technician(804) 765-1956
RCI Housing Management Specialist(804) 734-3371
RCI Financial Management Specialist(804) 734-3384
RCI Fax Machine(804) 734-3392
24 Hour Service-Pinnacle On Post Family Housing(804) 733-1558
HSO Branch Chief(804) 765-1597
HSO Fax (0830-1700 ET)(804) 765-1952
UPH Chief's Office (0800-1700 ET)(804) 734-3977
UPH Fax Machine(804) 734-6176
UPH Furnishings Manager(804) 765-1961
UPH AIT Manager(804) 734-3879

SKOOKUM

Service Order Desk(804) 451-1914
Quality Control / Complaint Line(804) 734-4920
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Engineering Division Branches

Engineering Services

Engineering Services is responsible for project development, CAD & Reproduction services, and project management of both Corps of Engineers and Directorate of Contracting projects. Additionally the branch manages Architect-Engineer (AE) contracts, cost estimates, limited in house design, structural inspections, building and accessibility codes, Installation Status Report (ISR), Infrastructure, and the IMCOM Project Priority System (PPS) database of backlog of maintenance and repair projects – currently $160M.

Job Ordering Contracting

Job Order Contracting (JOC) – the JOC contract is different from standard construction contracts in that one umbrella construction contract is awarded with multiple option years. The Fort Lee JOC Branch develops/designs projects for construction, and awards them as task orders on this prime contract, to one general contractor. This saves having to develop a new construction contract, specifications, formal design, etc. each time a new construction contract is awarded as required utilizing traditional methods. In 2010, JOC broke an all time record by awarding $20M in construction.