DOD - UFC 2-100-01
INSTALLATION MASTER PLANNING
|Publication Date:||15 May 2012|
PURPOSE AND SCOPE.
DOD Instruction 4165.70 (Real Property Management) establishes the requirement for installation master plans. The purpose of this UFC is to prescribe the DOD minimum requirements for master planning processes and products in accordance with the DOD instruction. The process is to use the tool of a Master Plan and its components to provide ongoing master planning of installations in support of the mission. DOD planners will use this UFC, the DODI, and applicable agency instructions to prepare master plans and other planning documents. Affiliated design and programming professionals shall refer to the Master Plan as they prepare site-specific design proposals. By incorporating today's needs and mission requirements into a compelling vision with clear goals and measurable objectives, installation planners can prepare a Master Plan that sustainably accommodates future change. This UFC outlines a total process for master planning (and ultimately the development of a Master Plan) through the preparation of linked plans that can be implemented in total or incrementally based on each service's needs and resources. A successful Master Plan:
a. Provides timely and correct planning information and real property support for installation missions, and supports informed decision-making.
b. Promotes cooperative and interactive intra- and inter-service and intergovernmental relationships.
c. Incorporates infrastructure assurance and anti-terrorism considerations.
d. Incorporates environmental planning to identify environmental impacts and protect and enhance natural, cultural, and environmental resources while supporting mission requirements.
e. Supports and encourages sustainable and energy-efficient development.
f. Provides scope for all programs involving real property acquisition, design, and construction; real property management and operation; real property facility utilization and accounting; real property sustainment (maintenance and repair); and disposal of land and facilities.
g. Maintains an accurate audit trail of master planning and real property decisions.
h. Ensures efficient and compatible land use (identifying and respecting natural and man-made constraints) and maximizes facility utilization.
i. Provides input to the privatization of family housing, utilities, and services.
j. Sustains ranges and training areas to meet training and testing missions on a consistent and long-term basis.
k. Identifies resource requirements directly and indirectly associated with real property sustainment and development.
l. Protects an installation's long-term viability by providing capability for growth, expansion of requirements, and flexible facility and land-use decisions that can accommodate changes to mission and/or users.
m. Encourages policies and interaction with the local community to avoid encroachment, and maximizes opportunities for joint use, while preserving mission capability and growth potential.
n. Supports Federal energy mandates o. Helps installations create more connected and visually pleasing environments by coordinating development, removing clutter, enforcing consistent architectural themes, creating appropriate pedestrian and vehicle circulation patterns, and focusing attention to installation appearance, which can enhance quality of life and contribute to the overall mission.
p. Informs and is informed by related plans at each installation, to include energy plans, utility capacity plans, range and training plans, anti-terrorism (AT) plans, integrated cultural and natural resource plans, sustainability plans, and transportation plans.
q. Supports mitigation of environmental hazards and encroachment as well as effective integration of AICUZ and RAICUZ constraints and mission synergy.
This UFC is designed for multi-service use and sets the standards for military installation master plans. The processes, products, tools, and strategies in this UFC apply to the preparation of master plans for all United States Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps permanent installations and reserve component locations in the United States, its territories, and overseas (see 10 USC 2801 (c)(4) for the definition of a military installation). This UFC does not apply to overseas contingency operations/areas. This UFC recognizes and respects that the Services' mission requirements will always be the primary planning consideration and that requirements imposed by each service's unique fiscal priorities, budget constraints, strategic lay down, weapons platform acquisition and mission capabilities all combine to guide each service's planning investments (scale, scope and sequencing). Each service is encouraged to seek a balance that meets today's and tomorrow's mission requirements and remain committed to the UFC's strategies to guide and inform installation/Service