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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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Sustaining Members

Dial Cordy and Assoc. Inc.
Sauer, Inc.
Mott MacDonald
LEO A DALY
Ameristar Perimeter Security USA Inc.
Jones Edmunds & Associates, Inc.
The R-A-M Professional Group, Inc.
Dawson Technical, LLC
CSI Geo, Inc
Delta Airport Consultants, Inc.
Crawford Consulting Services, Inc. 
CCI Utility and Construction Services, LLC
The Walsh Group
Conti Federal Services
Mason & Hanger
BRPH Architects-Engineers, Inc.
Geosyntec Consultants, Inc.
Tetra Tech, Inc.
North Wind Group
DRMP
Brown and Caldwell
Black & Veatch Special Projects Corp.
Keville Enterprises Inc.
Shannon & Wilson Inc.
RS&H
Cardno
Aptim Federal Services, LLC
EnSafe Inc.
Normandeau Associates, Inc.
Woolpert, Inc.
CDM Smith
Surveying And Mapping, LLC
Atkins
Jacobs
Trihydro Corporation
Gannett Fleming Inc.
Stanley Consultants Inc.
Michael Baker International
Burns & McDonnell
Leidos
CORE Engineering and Construction Inc.
KBRwyle
Gilbane Federal
Wood
EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, Inc., PBC
Stantec, Inc.
SES group of companies
AECOM
ARCADIS, U.S., Inc
Taylor Engineering Inc.
Hanson Professional Services Inc.
Dewberry
Terracon Consultants, Inc.
FLUOR
Tidewater, Inc.
Kiewit
Weston Solutions, Inc.
Mead & Hunt, Inc.
Pond & Company
Bergmann 
LG2 Environmental Solutions, Inc.
Energy Systems Group
Thomas & Hutton Engineering Co.
Southeastern Archaeological Research, Inc.
R2T
Haskell
Greenman Pedersen Inc. (GPI)
Kennedy Engineering & Associates Group LLC
Stellar
Islands Mechanical Contractor, Inc. (IMC)
AVCON Inc.
AKEA Inc.
Singhofen & Associates, Inc.
Hyatt Survey Services, Inc.
Rose Consulting Law Firm
Manson Construction Co.
Foresight Construction Group, Inc.
G.M. Hill Engineering Inc.
OAC Action Construction, Corp
EarthBalance Corporation
Prosser, Inc.
A. N. Watt Consulting Engineers, LLC
Four Waters Engineering
KMK Construction Inc.
84 Lumber Company
MV7, Inc.
Dynamic Solutions, LLC
Environmental Resource Solutions
Meskel & Associates Engineering
Anchor QEA
Vectrus
Lanier Municipal Supply Co., Inc.
Optimal GEO
Workplace Solutions Inc
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office
SEMS, Inc.
GCR, Inc.
Aerotek

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December 2019 Newsletter

FDSTF 2018 - 2023 Strategic Plan and Lessons in Leadership

The Florida Defense Support Task Force is a legislatively-mandated council (created by Florida Statute 288.987) whose mission is to preserve, protect, and enhance Florida’s military missions and installations.

THE FLORIDA DEFENSE SUPPORT TASK FORCE IS CHARGED WITH:

Working with Florida’s Base Commanders to prevent encroachment from impacting mission capabilities for military forces based in Florida.

Maintaining and expanding the missions of Florida military installations.

Improving transportation access to Florida’s military installations.

Assisting installations in meeting DOD renewable energy goals.

Strengthening state support for military families and veterans with a focus on education, health care, employment, and family programs.

 

HOLIDAY PARTY PHOTOS

On Dec. 11th, SAME JAX held its annual Holiday and Member Appreciation party, held at Lillian's Sports Grill with over 50 people in attendance. Click the photo below in order to see more photos.

https://samejax.org/gallery.php?id=43

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