Facility Management

Energy Conservation

Energy Conservation

Energy and utility usage and costs have a major impact on the Army's operational budget.

The Army Reserve’s Energy Program provides Soldiers and stakeholders with conservation ideas and education to achieve the Army’s Energy Goals.

Our vision is to be the Army Reserve’s leader in energy conservation supporting local initiatives and promoting energy awareness and education.

Various Federal laws and regulations have set requirements for the Department of Defense regarding Green Procurement, recycling, energy efficiency, renewable energy, water conservation, and alternative fuel use. The facility is responsible for conserving valuable resources and preventing pollution through best management practices.

All of us can lend a hand through energy conservation and awareness. This will reduce the energy impact on our budget. This will result in more money available for Soldier training and readiness which is our real mission.

Energy Saving Tips

Lighting
  • Turn off lights when not in use. Interior fire lights will remain on at all times.
  • Use only minimal lighting necessary in hallways during duty hours.
  • Exterior lights are only turned on during hours of darkness.
Water conservation
  • Turn off water faucets when not immediately needed.
  • Ensure irrigation of grounds is done at night or early morning.
  • Report all water leaks or improperly functioning fixtures immediately to the aFOS.
Door discipline
  • Requires constant monitoring and on-thespot corrections by leadership.
  • Keep exterior doors, interior doors for foyers or leading to unheated and un-cooled rooms, and stairwell and fire doors, closed.
Electronic devices
  • Turn off when not in use and at the end of every business day.
Windows
  • Keep windows closed during winter heating season and keep shades open.
  • Windows may be opened in spring and fall when heating and cooling are not needed.
  • Keep windows and blinds closed during summer season to restrict daytime heat.
Freezers and refrigerators
  • Turn off or down settings when not used.
  • Consolidate items into one unit.
  • Do not operate personal refrigerators.
Indoor temperatures
  • Max 72°F when heating
  • Min 76°F when cooling.
  • Turn off heat, unless genuine need exists, when outdoor temperature is above 65°F.
  • Turn off AC when outdoor temperature drops below 78°F.
  • Do not heat above 50°F or air condition unoccupied rooms and buildings.
  • Space heaters and window AC units are prohibited unless authorized by Facility Commander and approved by 88th RSC.

Points of Contact

Engineering Support
Scott Naeseth
608-388-0384
scott.m.naeseth.civ@mail.mil

Energy Manager
Chris Jackson
303-486-6951

Resources Efficiency
Gregg Herman
608-388-9332

Facility Protection

Facility Protection

The 88th RSC full fills a critical role in the physical security of Army Reserve Facilities within the command’s 19-state region.

There are six USARC Compliance Inspectors in the region who perform mandatory inspections of all USAR assets on an 18 month rotational basis with re-inspections of Not Adequate inspections occurring 6 months after an Initial inspection.

Inspections identify structural and procedural deficiencies. Procedural deficiencies are individual command responsibility, while structural deficiencies require a Customer Support System (CSS) ticket input by the Facility Coordinator.

Inspected commands can access their inspection reports via the new Physical Security Compliance Inspection Tool (PSICT) at https://opminspections.ar.ds.army.mil OFTS. To be able to see a report, commanders and command representatives must first access the site, so that their digital imprint is made.

Antiterrorism Program

The 88th RSC Antiterrorism program provides multiple services to units and Soldiers across the region.

Support includes threat, criticality and vulnerability assessments, as well as guidance for facility antiterrorism planning. Additionaly, the 88th RSC conducts comprehensive program reviews. All commands are required to conduct triennial AT Program Assessments and forward a completed copy to 88th RSC ATO

Personnel Security

The 88th RSC Personnel Security Office provides and array of support to Soldiers, Civilians and Family members.

These include guidance with obtaining and renewing security clearance, reinvestigations and fingerprints, traveling outside the United States.

They will also assist contractors in need of a CAC, access to a database, and unaccompanied access to Arms, Ammunition and Explosive.

Points of Contact

Director of Emergency Services
William Neal
608-388-0578
william.w.neal.civ@mail.mil

Maintenance, Repair and Services

Maintenance Repair and Services

Facility Operations Specialists (FOS) are our customer’s direct representative for all facility maintenance, repair and services across the 88th Region.

There are ten FOS regions geographically dispersed throughout our area of operations. Each FOS has access to multiple contracting tools that support smaller maintenance and repair issues. These include a Government Purchase Card and a Job Order Contract.

FOS’ are also the Contracting Officer’s Representative for service contracts in their region. Additionally, the FOS provides guidance to the Real Property Management Boards and Real Property Planning Boards as needed.

Within each FOS region, three area Facility Operations Specialist (aFOS) help inspect each facility and work closely with Facility Coordinators and Site Commanders to identify facility problems, needed upgrades or service contract issues.

These 27 contracted personnel work closely with the FOS to ensure facilities are mission ready. The aFOS’ represent our tip-of-the-spear and are usually the first to enter repair and service tickets into the Customer Support System. These tickets are approved by the FOS and routed to our Work Control Center for planning and execution as required.

Points of Contact

Facility Operations Division Chief
John Dalinis
608-388-0360
John.m.dalinis.civ@mail.mil



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