Rubicon Planning combines extensive knowledge, experience and capabilities in Army Real Property Master Planning services, to provide requirements analyses, force structure evaluations, Tabulations of Existing and Required Facilities (TABs), criteria development and all other related studies.
We are expert in the use and application of the Army’s Legacy Planning Systems (FPS, RPLANS, ACTS, and ISR), and can support the Army planning community as these systems migrate from the legacy platforms to the integrated systems web environment, as typified by WebRPLANS.
Our knowledge of the policies, processes, and procedures that drive those automated systems adds an extra dimension of flexibility. Because those policies, processes, and procedures are based on sound planning principles, and established Army planning criteria and standards, we are equally comfortable using sophisticated software or a “stubby pencil” to develop complete, comprehensive, auditable and relevant analyses for all our clients.
We have developed unparalleled expertise and have detailed knowledge of military force structure and operational requirements that are critical to Army strategic and facilities master planning.
Rubicon’s experience and familiarity with the Army’s changing corporate environment and regulations make us a valuable asset for any facilities master plan effort. The depth of our analytical capabilities in military processes is unique in the Army master planning arena. These abilities enable us to take complex challenges and create positive solutions.
Rubicon featured in an article published in Valley Business Front, a publication for up and coming and established businesses in the Roanoke and New River Valleys. Link Article begins on page 34.
Rubicon is pleased to welcome Nora Kelly to our team. Nora brings twenty years of experience in many diverse fields, including facilities management, interior design, and education, including two years supporting the Army’s MWR facilities program.
This event provided invaluable education and insight to current and future initiatives impacting the Army’s real property planning community.