Consulting Services for clients in Navy facilities management, ashore operations, community support and general installation management endeavors.
Provide NAVFAC consultation services for Partnering as required by NAVFAC Instruction 11013.40a which requires third party facilitation services for all large procurements in the Navy Ashore. We offer complete partnering services for the following:
- Base Operations Support
- Engineering and Design Kickoffs
- Construction Projects
- Facilities Management Team Reviews
- Specialized and General Ashore Operations Assessments
- Community Support Services
- General Installation Management Engagements
WorldWide B2B Services- NAVFAC Partnering LLC typically offers one day partnering workshops on a single or repetitive basis depending on the nature and size of the project. Most work is in the BOS and construction contracting area. Workshops are tailored specifically and uniquely to client’s requirements as follows:
4 Weeks Prior
Identify participants; conduct initial survey of expectations,
processes, concerns and commitments
3 Weeks Prior
Identify goals from survey results and interviews
2 Weeks Prior
Prepare individualized course booklets; send materials to site
1 Week Prior
Finalize course outcomes; verify arrangements; discuss facility requirements
- Focused discussion; investigate specific issues and
challenges; define management plan; create group charter; build the
- Understanding personal, company and technical issues and addressing them. Identifying key issues, getting them resolved, and developing action steps for the team.
- Stimulating interaction and free sharing of thoughts and ideas.
- Utilizing the art of the question to create and cultivate new possibilities that stimulate new
- Keeping team members focused on the issues.
- Weeding through ancillary issues in order to get to the core issues.
- Reading the team, understanding strengths and weaknesses and adapting to their needs.
- Being fluid and flexible and not rigid.
- Strong listening skills and being aware of both verbal and non-verbal messages.
- Paying attention to how something is told. Observing the use of language, voice, emotion
and body language.
- Connecting with team members both professionally and personally. Remaining neutral and
responsive rather than reactive.
Gather all data and results; create summary of agreements,
expectations, and commitments; conduct post conference surveys