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Feb 2020 Newsletter

Our Next Meeting:  Feb 19th!

Speaker: Woody Thompson, PE, CXA, CEM, REP, CBCP, CPMP, LEED AP of RS&H

Title: HOW IS ENERGY RESIILIENCY DEPENDENT UPON COMMISSIONING?

Abstract: 

The United States is faced with depleting resources and evolving climate challenges to maintain our DoD facilities and infrastructure while ensuring mission-readiness capability and reliability. Energy and Facility Resiliency is a critical aspect towards this objective. The assurance of Energy Resiliency is dependent upon properly executed Commissioning/Retro-Commissioning and vital to maintain sustainable facilities and systems.

 

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Photos From Our Last Luncheon

Please click the photo below to look at our photo gallery from the last luncheon

 

 

NDIA Event Coming Up - Feb 25 - 26

National Defense Industrial Association Jacksonville Chapter

2nd Annual Amazing Grace Defense Symposium

“Providing Superior Support to the Warfighter”

Lexington Hotel and Conference Center

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Our own SAME JAX Post President, CAPT Mike Monreal, is the AEC Track Lead and Moderating! 

 

 

March 25: NAVFAC SE Industry Engagement Day at UNF

For details contact Cory Iselin

Assistant Deputy Director for Small Business NAVFAC SE

[email protected]

904-542-6624

or

Dawn M. Brown

Assistant Deputy Director for Small Business

NAVFAC Southeast

904-542-6629

DSN 942-6629

[email protected]

[email protected]

 


Stay Tuned for the EP/RR Seminar

Date: TBD

 

Emergency Preparedness and Resiliency (EP&R) Tentative Outline

 

7:30-8:00 registration and Breakfast Buffet

8:00-8:15 Intro Emergency Preparedness Advantages Public/Private Partnering CAPT Mike Monreal

8:15-9:00 City of Jax Program and Partnering or NAVFAC SE (BARA program?)

9:00-9:45 Mr. Jim Judge II, CEM, FPEM, Volusia County Emergency Management Director

9:45-10:00 Break

10:00-10:45 CAPT Mark Vlaun, Sector Commander, Captain of the Port, U.S. Coast Guard Sector Jacksonville

10:45-11:30 Roundtable State of Florida & presenters

11:30-11:35 Wrap up and Next Steps

Follow on Luncheon (OPTIONAL)

11:30 – 1:00: Tentative: Dr. Julia Nesheiwa, State of Florida Resiliency Officer

 

Save The Date: APRIL 22 Luncheon

Speaker: Pete Vega (Florida DOT)

Title: Technology and Transportation Now Go Hand-in-Hand

Abstract: Pete will discuss the role of technology in the transportation industry, now and in the future, while sharing information for attendees interested in post military career opportunities

 

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