Portfolio and Asset Management Case Studies
The Army Corps of Engineers needed to identify the highest and best use for underutilized land at Fort Knox under the Army’s Enhanced Use Lease (EUL) program. This assessment will be used to provide guidance for a developer solicitation and an Army ground lease valuation for the EUL development project. Due to the 2005 Defense Base Closure and Realignment Act, there will be an increase of 11,499 workers and their families by 2011. As this influx of people presents a challenge to the Fort Knox community, the Army Corps of Engineers needed a report providing solutions by analyzing uses for five (5) prospective sites at Fort Knox.
On-Site Program Support and Recruiting Services, Portfolio and Asset Management, Real Estate Consulting »
In response to government-wide policy changes, various business units within GSA’s Public Buildings Service launched an analysis and process improvement program focused on internal controls and data accuracy. Capitol CREAG’s staff of Analysts were tasked with the challenge of ensuring these mission-critical efforts were delivered on time and in compliance with the goals of the each program.
Acquisition Support and Contract Closeout, Brokerage/RE Procurement, Featured, Portfolio and Asset Management, Property Management, Real Estate Consulting »
The Capitol CREAG Team provided Program and Project Management oversight to the GSA National Capital Region (NCR) Northern Virginia Advanced Acquisition Program (AAP). The Advanced Acquisition Program was a pre-competed fast track Government lease procurement service that was used by the GSA NCR to facilitate lease acquisitions in place of the conventional lease procurement process.
By the end of our tenure, the Northern Virginia AAP was the preferred lease procurement process to complete new and expiring government leases in the NCR.
Acquisition Support and Contract Closeout, Design Coordination, Design/Construction Management, Portfolio and Asset Management, Property Management, Real Estate Consulting »
The MDA needed to relocate its 144,552 square foot headquarters from the Federal Office Building (FOB2) located at the Arlington Naval Annex in Arlington, Virginia to a building within the delineated area defined as the Leesburg Pike/Bailey Crossroads area of Falls Church, Virginia. MDA was required to be out of FOB2 by March, 2004 due to scheduled demolition of the building for construction of the new Air Force Memorial.
Though Capitol CREAG had been awarded the project in October, 2002, the project could not commence until Congress had approved the Prospectus in March, 2003. Prospectus is required for all federal leases exceeding the Prospectus threshold for the year in which the lease commences (the threshold for fiscal year 2003 was $2.3 million). Capitol CREAG had 183 work days to complete the project from Prospectus Approval (April 9, 2003) to Substantial Completion of the space build-out.
Acquisition Support and Contract Closeout, Construction Management, Design Coordination, Design/Construction Management, Financial and Business Solutions, On-Site Program Support and Recruiting Services, Portfolio and Asset Management, Relocation Management, Staff Augmentation »
The VA Butler Healthcare facility serves the needs of veterans in western Pennsylvania through its main medical center and four community-based outpatient clinics. The healthcare facility needed an independent advisory team to produce a master plan that would adequately address both current and future requirements despite the divergent healthcare needs of an increasing population of older veterans and recently discharged veterans.