LeMay Engineering & Consulting, Inc. provided comprehensive facility impact assessments based on the development and proposed introduction and fielding of specified JLTV product baselines at United States Marine Corps (USMC) and Navy sites worldwide with a talented multi-disciplined engineering team consisting of civil, environmental, electrical, mechanical, and structural engineers. Each site had multiple facilities. The focus of this aggressively-scheduled and fast-tracked program was to assess Motor Transport and Communications Equipment Storage buildings and the associated indoor and outdoor maintenance hardware such as maintenance bay lifts, lubrication racks, vehicle wash racks, loading ramps, mobile lifts, tire changing stations, built in equipment, and hazardous materials storage containers for fielding a new vehicle to replace the HUMVEE. Any deficiencies or deterioration of site features which would impact the facilities were documented in a detailed course of action report that recommended what correction(s) would be required to specific facilities to allow for the storage/parking, transport, movement, training, and maintenance to the various JLTV product baselines and the estimated cost of those corrections. DD-1391s were prepared.