Provide critical public facilities such as government office space, police stations, fire stations, medical clinics, and school classrooms; units may be modular, interior office space constructed within a large warehouse type building, pre-engineered steel buildings, or large soft sided structures.
FEMA’s Intent when Providing CPF
- Provide office space for affected State and Local governments.
- Provide classroom space for affected public school districts.
Options for CPF
- Temporary office/classroom complex
- Possible rehabilitation of existing office/classroom space
Minimum State Requirements
- Site identification
- Leasing and right-of-ways
- Assistance with codes/permits
- Site management
- Deactivation/site restoration
USACE Mission Capabilities
- Technical Assistance to FEMA Planning Teams to determine critical public facilities need
- Identification and recommendations on potential sites
- Site layouts for critical public facilities under FEMA’s Public Assistance Program
- Procurement of modular units for critical public facilities
- Utility locations, specifically sewer and water availability
- Thorough environmental analysis prior to construction
- Avoid or mitigate wetlands and culturally sensitive areas.
- Construction within the floodplain is prohibited in nearly all situations.
- Considered and coordinate with local agencies regarding local codes
- Advanced Contracting Initiative (ACI) Contract: NO
- Other Contracting methods: Coordinate with local District; past methods include existing local Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts, special emergency contracting, Base Development Contracts and procuring units as Commercial Items