from the original estimate. The report (sample shown in fig, 6-4) is submitted to the 2ndNCB/3rdNCB DET by the fifth of each month. It is segregated into the following categories, which match those on the status board:
MCD projects completed
MCD projects in design
MCD projects in P&E
MCD projects awaiting material
MCD projects awaiting funding
MCD projects awaiting scheduling
MCD projects under construction
Other MCD projects
The SITREP input provides the operations officer (S-3) with monthly summary data on camp maintenance work. In the project summary section, work-in-place (WIP) is reported in the WIP scheduled and WIP actual columns. Report the entry as "camp maintenance." For the 2ndNCB use JONs ending in -400 and for the 3rdNCB use -300. In the level II barchart, show the split in ESA, specifics, and SJOs for the reporting period and deployment to date.
To reflect all facility changes, the CMO ensures that the official GDM held by the host command is updated by S-3 engineering during each deployment. The GDM is formally submitted to the 2ndNCB/3rdNCB DET before turnover. Negative reports (the GDM has not changed since the last report) are required for the record.
The CMO ensures that for any change to a camp structure, an "as-built" record drawing is prepared. The as-built drawing may be done by preparing a new drawing, or "red-lining" two copies of the existing drawing. The CMO makes sure the as-built drawing clearly and accurately reflects the changed condition(s). One copy is retained by the camp maintenance MCD branch, and one copy is forwarded to the host command via the 2ndNCB/3rdNCB DET. The MCD also maintains a master as-built plan of all utility systems.
The MCD maintains BRAVO company files on all NCF camp projects tasked to the battalion for accomplishment. These files provide the camp maintenance organization with required information on these projects. BRAVO company files include expediter fund balance sheets if the project is funded by the 03 OPTAR.
After completion of all new construction and any projects that alter a camp's structure or utility, it is required that the host command's plant property records be updated. The CMO must also forward a project completion letter to the 2ndNCB/3rdNCB DET. The letter contains the following information:
Dates of final inspection
Names and position/title of personnel attending the final inspection
Punch list items
Total man-days expended in statutory labor cost
Total material cost
Work is divided into three categories depending on urgency, duration, and repetitive nature. These categories are emergency/service work, specific job orders, and SJOs.
Work requiring immediate action or any minor work requiring less than 16 man-hours is classified as emergency/service work. Figure 6-5 provides a flowchart of major actions to process an ESA job order.
The following is a summary of the action taken when an ESA is submitted:
1. Requestor Action
a. An individual identifying service work requirements reports the problem to the camp maintenance trouble desk.Continue Reading