JBER AIRFIELD AREA DEVELOPMENT PLAN
"The ADP process incorporated stakeholders’ input every step of the way, prompting ownership that could not have been achieved without this process."
673 Civil Engineer Squadron/CENPP
KADENA INDUSTRIAL PARK AREA DEVELOPMENT PLAN
"I will go so far as to say that it is being considered the most successful ADP we have ever had here."
Lt Col Paul Frantz
718th Civil Engineer Squadron Commander
Kadena Air Base, Japan
WEST POINT MASTER PLAN CHARRETTES FACILITATION
"Your personal touch, combined with your professionalism, definitely helped to encourage participation and helped to make the resulting product all that it was."
Planner, Department of Public Works
USAG West Point
U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION CLASS
Customs and Border Protection Leadership Institute (CBPLI) is a two-year, cohort-based program supporting and training the next generation of CBP leadership. We teach an Organizational Alignment module focused on supporting leaders in aligning their team’s operations with the organization’s vision and strategy.
The four-hour session focuses on assessment tools and strategies to help leaders drive mission-based team outcomes. Cohort participants are at the GS-15 and Senior Executive Service (SES) level of leadership. (Sessions delivered in partnership with the University of Maryland’s School of Business Office of Executive Programs).
NASA REAL PROPERTY OPPORTUNITIES REPORT STUDY
The Schreifer Group Joint Venture wrote a white paper for NASA Headquarters assessing the 2003 Real Property Opportunities Report.
The white paper evaluated the report’s lasting influence on NASA real property and planning activities, looked at how NASA Headquarters and centers view the report’s information in light of current NASA missions and priorities, and provided recommendations for how NASA can continue to enhance understanding of real property opportunities in the future.
JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON
FLIGHTLINE AREA DEVELOPMENT PLAN
The Schreifer Group led a planning process that broadly consisted of two stages: data gathering and analysis, and an on-site planning workshop.
The resulting JBER Airfield District Area Development Plan (ADP) provides a 20-year development plan that would greatly reduce the need for waivers to airfield planning standards, provide modernized infrastructure for critical missions, and result in an efficient use of limited land and facility resources.
MILITARY FAMILY HOUSING CONDITION ASSESSMENT, DEVELOPMENT PLAN AND 1391s
This project was a multi-stage effort to respond to a current Headquarters Installation Management Command (IMCOM) led Housing Market Analysis and create a requirements-driven end state for housing at Camp Zama and Sagamihara Family Housing Area (SFHA) in Kanagawa Prefecture, Honshu, Japan.
The project included a BUILDER assessment to inventory and evaluate 894 housing units, a stakeholder-driven week-long charrette to develop a planning vision for housing at Camp Zama, and a planning charrette and 1391 development for five key priority projects from the housing development plan.
KADENA INDUSTRIAL PARK
AREA DEVELOPMENT PLAN
Our team led a planning effort that included a requirements analysis, development of several preliminary site layout concepts, and facilitation of a stakeholder-driven workshop, resulting in the creation of a preferred development plan and summary report.
During the requirements analysis phase, the planning team reviewed Form 42 documents (similar to a DD1391) that outlined the facility and site space requirements for each of the 14 main facilities and identified required functional relationships and adjacencies. The results of this analysis provided the basis for several preliminary site layout concepts.
UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY
VISION PLAN AND AREA DEVELOPMENT PLANS
The Schreifer Group, in partnership with Michael Baker International, provided lead charrette facilitation for a comprehensive master plan update for the United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point, NY.
TSG led a Facility Occupancy Verification Study, multiple site visits, a vision workshop, and charrettes for seven Area Development Plans over a two-year period. Each plan was briefed to senior leadership, and became the first suite of planning products ever approved by the USMA Superintendent.
NAVAL AIR WEAPONS STATION CHINA LAKE
EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANNING CHARRETTE
The Schreifer Group, in partnership with Jacobs, facilitated a planning charrette at NAWS China Lake following the July 2019 earthquakes that caused billions in damage.
In order to compete for appropriations in the FY20 defense budget, an intensive effort was undertaken to identify and assess damage and create DD1391 programming documents for repair and reconstruction.
TSG led the charrette, which brought nearly 70 stakeholders from the installation and NAVFAC together to site replacement facilities, deconflict projects, and optimize mission effectiveness.
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMY
The Schreifer Group, in partnership with Merrick and HDR, facilitated a planning workshop at the USAFA focused on District Plans for the main Cadet Area and the Cadet Training Area at Jacks Valley.
The effort aimed to connect cadet training and athletic sites with multi-purpose, collaborative spaces to maximize training opportunities. The stakeholder engagement portion of the plan included extensive collaboration with the USAFA resident architect’s office in order to ensure USAFA facilities can continue to grow and adapt to new mission requirements while simultaneously honoring USAFA’s heritage.
US CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION'S LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE
CBPLI is a two-year, cohort-based program supporting and training the next generation of CBP leadership. We teach an Organizational Alignment module focused on supporting leaders in aligning their team’s operations with the organization’s vision and strategy.
The four-hour session focuses on assessment tools and strategies to help leaders drive mission-based team outcomes. Cohort participants are at the GS-15 and Senior Executive Service (SES) level of leadership. (Sessions delivered in partnership with the University of Maryland’s School of Business Office of Executive Programs)
NATIONAL HEART, LUNG, AND BLOOD INSTITUTE'S BRIDGE TO LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
In an interactive, engaging, one-day session, we have taught Communicating with Diplomacy and Tact to multiple cohorts of The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute’s Bridge to Leadership program.
These sessions have helped participants understand the components of great communication, recognize different communication styles, and strengthen their ability to consciously choose and use effective communication tools. (Sessions delivered in partnership with the University of Maryland’s School of Business Office of Executive Programs).
NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ADVANCED TEACHER EDUCATION (NAATE)
The Schreifer Group facilitated leadership and organizational development case studies as for groups of 40-50 teachers and administrators selected as high-performing leaders in their schools.
NAATE employs the case study method of instruction to stimulate peer-to-peer examination of real problems of practice. Through probing analysis and civil debate, participants uncover a range of solutions and draw broader implications. The case method of instruction is discussion and inquiry-based learning that pushes inductive reasoning leading to deep, high transfer learning.
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NAWS CHINA LAKE EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANNING CHARRETTE
The Schreifer Group led an onsite charrette that brought nearly 70 stakeholders from the installation and NAVFAC together to site replacement facilities, deconflict projects, and optimize mission effectiveness in response to extensive damage caused by earthquakes in 2019.
A/E DESIGN CHARRETTE FOR COMMUNICATIONS FACILITY
The Schreifer Group facilitated a multi-day conceptual design workshop for a communications facility and warehouse complex, bringing together engineers and utilities SMEs to inform the design submittal process.
NAHA MILITARY PORT RELOCATION PLAN
"The planning process yielded a resounding concurrence from eleven stakeholders with vastly different mission sets and planned usage of the future Naha Military Port Replacement Facility."
CPT Stephen G. Nitkowski
Joint Staff Engineer
USAG JAPAN MILITARY FAMILY HOUSING CONDITION ASSESSMENT, DEVELOPMENT PLAN AND 1391s
The Military Family Housing condition assessment, Development Plan, and 1391s provide a detailed, long-range plan for the development of the military family housing at Camp Zama and Sagamihara Family Housing Area at USAG Japan.