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OLDCC Projects

Below is a list of projects OLDCC funded in Fiscal Year (FY) 2022

To view Fiscal Year 2023 awardees, click here:  Fiscal Year 2023 Awards - Updated October 2023

Grants

GRANTEE TYPE OF GRANT FEDERAL GRANT AWARD DESCRIPTION
GRANTEE: Alaska Energy Authority
TYPE OF GRANT:
FY22 Defense Community Infrastructure Pilot Program
FEDERAL GRANT AWARD:
$12,752,540.00
DESCRIPTION:

Enables the Alaska Energy Authority to undertake a project to extend electric service approximately thirty-four miles to the remote Black Rapids Training Site, where presently diesel generators provide the sole source of electrical power. The project expands access to training assets by accommodating greater training rotations with more personnel and equipment; thus enabling a higher state of readiness where cold weather and mountain warfare tactics and techniques are needed.

GRANTEE: Albuquerque Public Schools Office of the Superintendent
TYPE OF GRANT:
FY22 Public Schools on Military Installations
FEDERAL GRANT AWARD:
$35,769,141.00
DESCRIPTION:

Enables Albuquerque Public Schools to remedy the facility condition and capacity deficiencies at the Sandia Base Elementary School located on Kirtland Air Force Base. The school is ranked #42 on the Secretary of Defense's Public Schools on Military Installations priority list and contains modernization and new construction for the Kindergarten through fifth grade facilities. In 2022, Sandia Base Elementary School was projected to serve 576 students of which most are military connected.

GRANTEE: Arizona Department of Transportation
TYPE OF GRANT:
FY22 Defense Community Infrastructure Pilot Program
FEDERAL GRANT AWARD:
$13,286,100.00
DESCRIPTION:

Enables the Arizona Department of Transportation to undertake a project to construct new improvements along U.S. Route 95 and reconstruct the Wellton-Mohawk Irrigation Canal Bridge. The project will provide for safer and more reliable transport of personnel and equipment to and from the Army's Yuma Proving Ground and surrounding communities.

GRANTEE: City & County of Honolulu
TYPE OF GRANT:
FY22 Installation Resilience
FEDERAL GRANT AWARD:
$1,113,238.00
DESCRIPTION:

Enables the City and County of Honolulu Office of Climate Change, Sustainability & Resiliency and the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa to conduct a resilience study that analyzes the resiliency and sustainability of community infrastructure to support the continued mission readiness of Marine Corps Base Hawai'i.

GRANTEE: City of Atlantic Beach
TYPE OF GRANT:
FY22 Defense Community Infrastructure Pilot Program
FEDERAL GRANT AWARD:
$596,470.00
DESCRIPTION:

Enables the City of Atlantic Beach, Florida, to improve water capacity and pressure for consumers within that service area directly adjacent to the installation. The project installs a 12-inch water main to support Naval Station Mayport by enabling a future connection between the civilian potable water system and the installation's potable water system, providing water service redundancy as well as an emergency source.

GRANTEE: City of Boiling Spring Lakes
TYPE OF GRANT:
FY22 Defense Community Infrastructure Pilot Program
FEDERAL GRANT AWARD:
$14,900,000.00
DESCRIPTION:

Enables the City of Boiling Spring Lakes to reconstruct and restore four dams damaged by 2018 Hurricane Florence. These improvements will reestablish the safety and security of the dams and mitigate flood risks to Army Operations at Military Ocean Terminal, Sunny Point.

GRANTEE: City of Enid
TYPE OF GRANT:
FY22 Defense Community Infrastructure Pilot Program
FEDERAL GRANT AWARD:
$2,847,000.00
DESCRIPTION:

Enables the City of Enid, Oklahoma, to complete hanger and ramp upgrades to the Woodring Regional Airport to expand operational capabilities, improve aircraft fueling and maintenance, and accommodate increased student load for the Air Force undergraduate pilot training mission.

GRANTEE: City of Fairfield
TYPE OF GRANT:
FY22 Installation Resilience
FEDERAL GRANT AWARD:
$1,280,176.00
DESCRIPTION:

Enables the City of Fairfield to conduct a study that analyzes the threat of public safety power outages, wildfires, extreme drought, and other natural and man-made threats, such as high winds on the regional infrastructure supporting Travis Air Force Base. These insights will be used by local government entities, in cooperation with installation leadership, to prioritize specific investments to maintain military installation resilience.

GRANTEE: City of Hampton
TYPE OF GRANT:
FY22 Defense Community Infrastructure Pilot Program
FEDERAL GRANT AWARD:
$7,670,000.00
DESCRIPTION:

Enables the City of Hampton to construct a new joint-use firing range to replace deficient and poorly located existing ranges in support of Joint Base Langley-Eustis and the City of Hampton.

GRANTEE: City of Jacksonville
TYPE OF GRANT:
FY22 Installation Resilience
FEDERAL GRANT AWARD:
$48,816.00
DESCRIPTION:

Enables the City of Jacksonville to address nine implementation recommendations from the Compatible Use Study completed in early 2021 to include, but not limited to, creating a GIS system with vertical height, electronic spectrum, and noise layers that can be used by local jurisdictions for future zoning and ordnance decisions with the intent to protect the missions of Little Rock AFB, which includes DoD's largest international flight-training program focused on training C-130 aircrew members from the DoD, Coast Guard, and 47 allied nations.