Facility Manager Evals

As the Facilities Maintenance Representative, MM1 Castillo maintained an inventory of 100 containerized housing units, 60 housing tents, and assigned equipment worth over $17.5 million. He processed over 160 facility maintenance requests requiring coordinated civilian contractor services, military engineering, and quality assurance inspections, ensuring housing conditions met the highest living standards with 100% completion and satisfaction of Commissions transient personnel.

Established and maintained outstanding work relationship with other base maintenance agencies; rapport improved mission support

Her foresight ensured the orderly transition of over 35 million dollars of vital 7th fleet mission readiness equipment to Naval Magazine storage facility.

Inspected fire extinguishers monthly, ensured visibility and functionality; ensured all exits were functional and unobstructed; facilitated fire safety and readiness

Her managerial abilities was instrumental in the completion of 166 NAVFAC work orders and an impressive 30% yearly average decrease in overall power consumption

Conducted environmental evaluations, ensuring optimal conditions for all magazines and buildings.

Managed the maintenance, repair, and modification of all CRS-8 Forward's spaces, structures and grounds. He registered and coordinated unit assets with base agencies and served as the liaison between CRS-8, contractors, and supporting and supported units.

Coordinated with supply and S4 personnel to arrange turn-in to Defense Reutilization Management Office to ensure proper disposal.

Assisted PACOM with their ARMS evaluation of Navy facilities in Japan, increasing safety and standardization.

Accomplished the closeout of all Class, I, II, IX accounts and the turn-in of the facilities in Kuwait.

Oversaw the logistical standup of facilities to include the Field Ordering Officer (FOO) and Army Direct Ordering (ADO) operations.

Established the Fleet's first facilities oversight program ensuring over $100 million of projects and renovations were tracked and/or completed IAW contracts; improved project financial efficiency

Indispensable foresight; ensured Theater Property Equipment lateral transfers were completed before the drawdown and the Department's redeployment.

Made effective contributions to building management; initiated engineering assessment for steam reduction which ultimately saved the Navy $100K a year.

Facilitated and coordinated over $250,000 in building modifications

Maintained 5 buildings across the installation and identified and corrected 20 major discrepancies; key to passing facility/fire safety inspection

Responded to 3 facility chemical spills and coordinated cleanup to mitigate damage, developed measures to prevent future incidents

Environmentally conscious; scrutinized waste disposal program, identified unmonitored spills and corrected, facility rated Outstanding

As Morale Welfare and Recreation Facilities Manager for Logistics Task Force-Seven, Petty Officer Reynolds efficiently managed 22 Local Nationals and oversaw maintenance of two Internet cafes, two Laundry facilities, three fitness centers, and an MWR Theater. Petty Officer Reynolds provided crucial support to the Joint Task Force by aggressively identifying and addressing maintenance deficiencies, submitting over 100 work orders within the first 30 days on-site, to complete preventive maintenance, repairs, and replacement of any unusable items. Due to his consideration for the goal of these facilities, customer service, and careful and continuous planning and coordination with his staff, there was minimal interruption with the services, amenities, and usage which maintained Task Force morale.

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