Repair and Upkeep NCO NCOER Bullets

o initiated 14 building repair/improvement projects with the Department of Public Works; improved standard of living for Soldiers

o ensured building was occupied at all times, under all circumstances to maintain security

o restored heat during one of the coldest winters on record and corrected a long-standing heater duct deficiency

o established working relationship with camp engineers to use their equipment to replace our warning lights which had been burned out for 3 years

o created an emergency repair POC list that anyone could use to arrange emergency repairs in the absence of the building NCO

o built walls, assembled furniture and shelving units; saved the Army over $5,000 in contractor costs

o replaced numerous fuse panel assemblies and repaired electrical wiring to facilitate camp expansion

o conducted Battle Damage Assessments after November attack and coordinated needed repairs

o maintained 11 buildings around the clock; identified and corrected 20 discrepancies, prevented any failures during facility & fire safety inspection

o submitted 120 workorders; preemptive identification and management prevented loss of office and living spaces

o provided fail-safe storage of dozens of door codes/performed 40 after-hours lockout calls

o completed 24-hour Army Contracting Office Representative Course, gained ability to oversee building modifications, saved Army $15,000

o coordinated daily escorts for maintenance contractors; drew from all units to prevent undue burden on Soldier residents

o maintained room key issue logs and operated door lock programmers

o facilitated 15 self-help projects; preserved facility appearance and utility while saving $50,000 in contractor labor

o provided weekly status reports for Single Soldier housing statistics

o devoted over 100 after-duty hours to move unaccompanied Single Soldier Housing Office to its new location

o volunteered to assist in the administrative processing required to redeploy Task Force Odin soldiers

o worked closely with Chain of Command to ensure all returning soldiers would have adequate billeting immediately upon arrival

o conducted weekly safety/sanitation inspections; guaranteed safe living environment, passed 100% Public Health inspections

o conducted daily preemptive inspections; diligent efforts ensured system support and reliable mission generation

o worked with Chain of Command to create informative redeployment packets that streamlined barracks out-processing

o improved move-in inventory to more accurately assist checkout; reduced or prevented charges for damages not caused by occupant

o identified several electrical wiring problems and arranged fix; prevented fire and destruction of critical equipment and loss of life

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