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Military Construction and Family
Housing Program
Fiscal Year (FY) 2004lFY 2005
Biennial Budget Estimates
Justification Data Submitted to Congress
February 2003
CONTENTS
Table Of Contents
Fiscal Year (FY) 2004
Budget Submission
Page Number
General
Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1
Program Summary ..............................................................
3
Military Construction
State Summary (List of Projects) .......................................
5
New Mission/Current Mission Exhibit ..............................
11
Installation Index .................................................................
15
Special Program Considerations:
Statements ..........................................................................
17
Congressional Reporting Requirements.........................
18
Research and Development ..............................................
20
Third Party Financing ......................................................
21
Appropriation Language .....................................................
23
Inside the United States Construction Projects.. ...............
25
Outside the United States Construction Projects ..............
217
Planning and Design ............................................................
293
Unspecified Minor Construction ........................................
295
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Fiscal Year (FY) 2004
Budget Submission
Family Housing
Narrative Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
297
Index ......................................................................................
311
Summary ...............................................................................
315
Legislative Language ...........................................................
317
New Construction .................................................................
321
Post Acquisition Construction ............................................
415
Advanced Planning & Design .............................................
453
0 & M Summary .................................................................
455
Operations ............................................................................
463
Utilities ..................................................................................
475
Maintenance .........................................................................
477
Maintenance & Repair Over $20K ....................................
481
G&FOQ Over $35K .............................................................
483
Reimbursable Program .......................................................
485
Leasing ..................................................................................
487
Housing Privatization ..........................................................
495
Debt Payments ......................................................................
501
Foreign Currency Exchange Data ......................................
503
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PROGRAM SUMMARY
Department of the Air Force
Military Construction and Military Family Housing
Program Summary
Fiscal Year 2004
Appropriation Authorization
Request
Request
($OOOs)
J$OOOs)
(Sec2301)
(Sec2304)
Military Construction
Inside the United States
Outside the United States
Planning and Design (10 USC 2807)
Unspecified Minor Construction (10 USC 2805)
Total Military Construction
515,263
171,159
74,345
12,000
$
Military Family Housing *
772,767
524,263
171,159
74,645
12,000
$
(Sec2302/2303)
(Sec2304)
417,136
244,998
33,488
New Construction
Improvements *
Planning and Design
782,067
417,136
244,998
33,488
* An additional S4.OM will be funded with FY02 Inflation Savings.
Subtotal*
$
$
834,468
$
2,302,857
695,622
669,987
119,908
44,536
37
$
1,530,090
Total Military Family Housing
Grand Total Air Force
$
669,987
119,908
44,536
37
Operations, Utilities and Maintenance
Leasing
Privatization
Debt Payment
Subtotal
695,622
834,468
1,530,090
$
2,312,157
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MILITARY
CONSTRUCTION
STATE SUMMARY
DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE
INDEX
MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2004
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)
INSIDE THE US
STATE/COUNTRY
ALABAMA
APPROP
AI:TH
R E Q U E S T REQIJEST
13,400
13,400
INSTALLATION PROJECT
Maxwell
SOC Dormitory, Phase 3
Maxwell TOTAL:
ALABAMA TOTAL:
ALASKA
Eielson
Repair/Expand Enroute Ramp
Dormitory (96 Rm)
Eielson TOTAL:
Elmendorf
Maintenance Facility
Elmendorf TOTAL:
ALASKA TOTAL:
ARIZONA
Davis-Monthan
CSAR HH-60 Squadron Operations/AMU
CSAR Mission Ready Supply Parts Warehouse
CSAR C-130 Apron/Shoulders
Davis-Monthan TOTAL:
ARIZONA TOTAL:
ARKANSAS
Little Rock
C-130 Operations Training Facility
C-13OJ Add/Alter Hangar 280
Little Rock TOTAL:
ARKANSAS TOTAL:
CALIFORNIA
Beale
Global Hawk Upgrade Docks
Global Hawk Dormitory (96 RM)
Beale TOTAL:
Edwards
Addition/Renovate JSF Complex, Phase I
Edwards TOTAL:
CALIFORNIA TOTAL:
Upgrade Base Infrastructure, P H III
COLORADO
Buckley TOTAL:
COLORADO TOTAL:
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
[email protected]
AF Central Adjudication Facility
[email protected] TOTAL:
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA TOTAL:
FLORIDA
Hurlburt Field
Special Tactics Advance Skills Trng Facility
Hurlburt Field TOTAL:
Tyndall
F-22 Parking Apron/Runway Extension
Tyndall TOTAL:
FLORIDA TOTAL:
GEORGIA
Robins
J-Stars Flight Simulator Facility
Corrosion Control Paint Facility
Robins TOTAL:
GEORGIA TOTAL:
13,400
13,400
13,400
13,400
19,060
13,914
19,143
14,118
32,914
33,261
2,000
2,000
2,000
34,974
35,261
6,004
1,906
1,954
6,042
1,945
2,075
9,864
9,864
10,062
10,062
2,478
1,144
2,528
1,167
3,622
3,622
3,695
3.695
8,958
13,342
9,139
13.61 I
22$00
22,758
19,060
19,444
19,060
41368
19,444
42,194
6,957
7,019
6,957
6,957
7,019
7,019
[email protected]
9300
9300
9300
9300
9300
7,800
7,800
7,800
7,800
6,195
6,320
6,195
13,995
6,320
14,120
2,954
25,73 1
3,014
26,250
28,685
28,685
29,264
29,264
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DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE
INDEX
MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2004
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)
INSIDE THE US
STATE/COUNTRY
HiWAIl
INSTALLATION
Hickam
PROJECT
Expand Strategic Airlift Ramp
C-17 Flight Simulator Facility
C-17 Squadron Operations
C-17 Corrosion Control/Maintenance Facility
C-17 Support Utilities, Phase 1
C-17 Consolidated Maintenance Complex
C-17 Kuntz Gate & Road
Hickam TOTAL:
HAWAII TOTAL:
IDAHO
Mountain Home
Add to and Alter Fitness Center
Mountain Home TOTAL:
IDAHO TOTAL:
ILLINOIS
Scott
Construct Shiloh Gate
Scott TOTAL:
ILLINOIS TOTAL:
NEW JERSEY
Me&ire
C-17 Roads & Utilities
C-17 Maintenance Training Device Facility
McGuire TOTAL:
NEW JERSEY TOTAL:
NEW MEXICO
Kirtland
Arsenic Treatment Systems
Kirtland TOTAL:
Tularosa
Upgrade Radar Test Facility
Tularosa TOTAL:
NEW MEXICO TOTAL:
NORTH CAROLINA
Pope
C-13OJ-30
C-13OJ-30
C-13OJ-30
C-13OJ-30
Ramp Upgrade
Tech Training Facility
Upgrade Hangar 6
2-Bay Hangar
Pope TOTAL:
Seymour-Johnson
Dormitories (144 Rm)
Boundary Fence
Seymour-Johnson TOTAL:
NORTH CAROLINA TOTAL:
NORTH DAKOTA
Minot
ADAL Missile Maintenance Vehicle Facility
Minot TOTAL:
NORTH DAKOTA TOTAL:
OHIO
Wright-Patterson
Dormitory (144 RM)
Wright-Patterson TOTAL:
OH10 TOTAL:
APPROP
REQUEST
10,102
5,623
10,674
30,400
4,098
7,529
3,050
AUTH
REQUEST
10,383
5,736
10,826
30,462
4,482
8,142
3,265
7 1,416
71,476
73,296
73,296
5$37
5,445
5337
5337
5,445
5,445
1,900
1,9ocl
1,900
1,900
1,908
1,900
4,165
6,862
4,903
6,958
11,627
11,627
11,861
11,861
6,957
7,097
6,957
7,097
3,600
3,600
3,600
10,557
[email protected]
10,697
1,239
4,431
2,716
15,629
1,264
4,520
2,771
15,944
24,015
24,499
9,530
1,500
9,722
1300
11,030
35,045
11,222
35,721
3,050
3,190
3,050
3,050
3,190
3,190
10,500
10,500
10,500
10,500
IOJOO
10,500
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DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE
INDEX
MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2004
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)
1NSlDE THE US
STATEICOUNTRY
OKLAHOMA
APPROP
AllTH
REQUEST REQUEST
1,144
1,167
INSTALLATION PROJECT
C-17 Modify Simulator Bays
Altus
Altus TOTAL:
Tinker
1,144
1,167
19,060
19,444
19,060
20,204
19,444
20,611
8,863
9,042
8,863
8,863
9,042
9.042
1,863
18,107
1,863
18,472
19,970
20,335
20,966
35,260
21,389
35,971
56,226
57,360
28,590
29,167
28,590
104,786
29,167
186,862
1,811
13,000
1,000
1,848
13,ooa
l.ooO
15,811
15,811
15,848
15,848
20,013
2,573
2,383
20,418
2,625
2,431
24,969
24,969
25,414
25,474
25,731
3,250
26,251
3,258
VARIOUS STATESIDE CLASSIFIED TOTAL:
28,981
29,581
INSIDE THE US TOTAL:
515,263
524,263
Building 3001 Revitalization, Phase I
Tinker TOTAL:
OKLAHOMA TOTAL:
SOUTH CAROLINA
Charleston
Dormitory (144 Rm)
Charleston TOTAL:
SOUTH CAROLINA TOTAL:
TEXAS
Goodfellow
Fire Training Classroom Facility
Student Dormitory (200 Rm)
Goodfellow TOTAL:
Lackland
Student Dormitory (200 Rm)
Student Dormitory (300 Rm)
Lackland TOTAL:
Sheppard
Student Dormitory (300 Rm)
Sheppard TOTAL:
TEXAS TOTAL:
UTAH
Hill
Small Diameter Bomb Storage Igloos
Replace Munitions Storage Igloos
Munitions Maintenance Facility
Hill TOTAL:
UTAH TOTAL:
VIRGlNlA
Langley
F-22 Squadron OperationslAMUlHangar
F-22 Vertical Wing Tank Storage
F-22 Clear Water Rinse Pad
Langley TOTAL:
VIRGINIA TOTAL:
CLASSIFIED LOCATIONS
Various Stateside
Predator Squadron OperationslAMUlHangar
Classified MILCON Project
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DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE
INDEX
MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2004
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
STATE/COUNTRY
AZORES
INSTALLATION
Lajes Field
APPROP
AUTH
REQUEST REQUEST
4,086
4,086
PROJECT
Add to and Alter Fitness Center
Lajes Field TOTAL:
AZORES TOTAL:
GERMANY
Ramstein
4,086
4,086
4,086
4,086
19,713
15,903
19,713
15.903
35,616
35,616
3,865
1,546
17,117
2,800
3,865
1,546
17,117
2,800
25,328
60,944
25,328
60,944
5501
994
7,730
5501
994
7,730
14,025
14,025
14,025
14,025
7,059
7,059
7,059
7,059
16,638
16,638
16,638
23,697
16,638
23,697
3,262
3,262
3,262
3,262
3,262
3,262
5,878
8,436
2,667
13,606
5,878
8,436
2,667
13,606
30,587
30,587
3,320
3,592
3,646
3520
3,592
3,646
10,558
41,145
10,558
41,145
10,000
14,000
10,000
14,000
Wake Island TOTAL:
WAKE ISLAND TOTAL:
24,000
24,000
24,000
24,000
OUTSIDE THE US TOTAL:
171,159
171,159
Consolidated 1st Combat Communication Squadron
Complex, Ph 2
Fitness Center Annex
Ramstein TOTAL:
Spangdablem
Fire Station Annex And Training Facility
Passenger Terminal
Fitness Center
South Gate
Spangdahlem TOTAL:
GERMANY TOTAL:
ITALY
Aviano
Munitions Admin Facility
Zulu Arm/Dearm Pad
Airfield Obstruction - South Ramp
Aviano TOTAL:
ITALY TOTAL:
KOREA
Kunsan
Upgrade Hardened Aircraft Shelters
Kunsan TOTAL:
Osan
Dormitory (156 Rm)
Osan TOTAL:
KOREA TOTAL:
TURKEY
lncirlik
Consolidated Communications Facility
lncirlik TOTAL:
TURKEY TOTAL:
UNITED KINGDOM
Lakenheath
Family Support Center
Communications Facility
Add/Alter Crash Fire Station
Dormitory (120 Rm)
Lakenheath TOTAL:
Mildenhall
Vehicle Maintenance Complex
Post Offtce
Child Development Center Annex
Mildenhall TOTAL:
UNITED KINGDOM TOTAL:
WAKE ISLAND
Wake Island
Upgrade Island-Wide Infrastructure, Phase 1
Repair Airfield Pavement, Phase 3
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DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE
INDEX
MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2004
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)
WORLDWIDE
APPROP
Al’TH
REQUEST REQUEST
STATE/COUNTRY
INSTALLATION PROJECT
VARIOUS LOCATIONS Various
P&D Active
P-341 Active
VARIOUS TOTAL:
INSIDE THE US TOTAL:
OUTSIDE THE US TOTAL:
FY 2004 TOTAL:
74,345
74245
12,000
12,000
86,345
515,263
86,345
524,263
171,159
171,159
772,767
781,767
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NEW
MISSION/CURRENT
MISSION
DEFINITIONS OF NEW AND CURRENT MISSION
NEW MISSION PROJECTS - New mission projects all support new and additional
programs or initiatives that do not revitalize the existing physical plant. These projects
support the deployment and beddown of new weapons systems; new or additional aircraft,
missile, and space projects; and new equipment, i.e. radar, communication, computer
satellite tracking and electronic security. Planning and design and unspecified minor
construction (P-341) are also included in this category.
CURRENT MISSION PROJECTS - These projects revitalize the existing facility plant by
replacing or upgrading existing facilities and alleviating long standing deficiencies not
generated by new missions or equipment. Included are projects to improve the quality of
life, upgrade the workplace, enhance productivity, and achieve compliance with
environmental, health and safety standards.
AUTH FOR
APPROP
APPROP
FYo4
[SOOO)
I(%OOO~
NEW MISSION
$271,344
$276,749
CURRENT MISSION
$415,078
$418,673
$74,345
$74,345
MINOR CONSTRUCTION $12,000
$12,000
$772,767
$781,767
PLANNING & DESIGN
TOTAL:
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DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE
MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2004
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)
CURRENT MISSION/NEW MISSION BREAKOUT
STATE/COUNTRY
AiABAMA
ALASKA
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
FLORIDA
GEORGIA
HAWAII
ILLINOIS
NEW MEXICO
NORTH CAROLINA
NORTH DAKOTA
OKLAHOMA
TEXAS
UTAH
INSTALLATION
Maxwell
Eielson
Boiling
Hurlburt Field
Robins
Hickam
SCM
Tularosa
Seymour-Johnson
Minot
Tinker
Goodfellow
Hill
GERMANY
ITALY
ITALY
ITALY
KOREA
TURKEY
UNITED KINGDOM
UNITED KINGDOM
UNITED KINGDOM
UNITED KINGDOM
UNITED KINGDOM
UNITED KINGDOM
WAKE ISLAND
WAKE ISLAND
ALASKA
OHIO
TEXAS
TEXAS
TEXAS
UNITED KINGDOM
IDAHO
NORTH CAROLINA
SOUTH CAROLINA
AZORES
GERMANY
GERMANY
KOREA
NEW MEXICO
Ramstein
Aviano
Aviano
Aviano
Kunsan
lncirlik
Lakenheath
Lakenheath
Lakenheath
Mildenhall
Mildenhall
Mildenhall
Wake Island
Wake Island
Eielson
Wright-Patterson
Goodfellow
Lackland
Sheppard
Lakenheath
Mountain Home
Seymour-Johnson
Charleston
Lajes Field
Ramstein
Spangdahlem
Osan
Kirtland
ALASKA
ARIZONA
ARIZONA
ARIZONA
ARKANSAS
ARKANSAS
CALIFORNIA
CALIFORNIA
CALIFORNIA
COLORADO
FLORIDA
GEORGIA
HAWAII
HAWAII
HAWAII
HAWAII
HAWAII
HAWAII
NEW JERSEY
NEW JERSEY
Elmendorf
Davis-Monthan
Davis-Monthan
Davis-Monthan
Little Rock
Little Rock
Beale
Beale
Edwards
Buckley
Tyndall
Robins
Hickam
Hickam
Hickam
Hickam
Hickam
Hickam
MrGuire
McGuire
PROJECT
SOC Dormitory, Phase 3
Repair/Expand Enroute Ramp
AF Central Adjudication Facility
Special Tactics Advance Skills Trng Facility
Corrosion Control Paint Facility
Expand Strategic Airlift Ramp
Construct Shiloh Gate
Upgrade Radar Test Facility
Boundary Fence
ADAL Missile Maintenance Vehicle Facility
Building 3001 Revitalization, Phase I
Fire Training Classroom Facility
Replace Munitions Storage Igloos
Consolidated 1st Combat Communication Squadron
Complex, Ph 2
Munitions Admin Facility
Zulu ArmlDearm Pad
Airfield Obstruction-South Ramp
Upgrade Hardened Aircraft Shelters
Consolidated Communications Facility
Family Support Center
Communications Facility
Add/Alter Crash Fire Station
Replace Special Purpose Vehicle Maintenance Complex
Post Office
Child Development Center Annex
Upgrade Island-Wide Infrastructure, Phase 1
Repair Airfield Pavement, Phase 3
Dormitory (96 Rm)
Dormitory (144 RM)
Student Dormitory (200 Rm)
Student Dormitory (200 Rm)
Student Dormitory (300 Rm)
Dormitory (120 Rm)
Add to and Alter Fitness Center
Dormitories (144 Rm)
Dormitory (144 Rm)
Add to and Alter Fitness Center
Fitness Center Annex
Fitness Center
Dormitory (156 Rm)
Arsenic Treatment Systems
Current Mission Total:
Maintenance Facility
CSAR HH-60 Squadron Operations/AMU
CSAR Mission Ready Supply Parts Warehouse
CSAR C-130 Apron/Shoulders
C-130 Operations Training Facility
C-130J Add/Alter Hangar 280
Global Hawk Upgrade Docks
Global Hawk Dormitory (96 RM)
Addition/Renovate JSF Complex, Phase I
Upgrade Base Infrastructure, PH III
F-22 Parking Apron/Runway Extension
J-Stars Flight Simulator Facility
C-17 Flight Simulator Facility
C-17 Squadron Operations
c-17 Corrosion Control/Maintenance Facility
C-17 Support Utilities, Phase 1
C-17 Consolidated Maintenance Complex
C-17 Kuntz Gate & Raod
C-17 Roads & Utilities
C-17 Maintenance Training Device Facility
APPROP
AUTH
REQUEST REQUEST TYPE
13,400
13,400 CM
19,060
19,143 CM
9JOO
9,300 CM
7,800
7,800 CM
25,731
26,250 CM
10,102
10,383 CM
1,900
1,900 CM
3,600 CM
3,600
1,500
1,500 CM
3,050
3,190 CM
19,060
19,444 CM
1,863
1,863 CM
13,000
13,000 CM
19,713
5301
994
7,730
7,059
3,262
5,878
8,436
2,667
3,320
3,592
3,646
10,000
14,000
13,914
10,500
18,107
20,966
28,590
13,606
5337
9,530
8,863
4,086
15,903
17,117
16,638
6,957
415,078
2,000
6,004
1,906
1,954
2,478
1,144
8,958
13,342
19,060
6,957
6,195
2,954
5,623
10,674
30,400
4,098
7,529
3,050
4,765
6,862
19,713 CM
SJOI CM
994 CM
7,730 CM
7,059 CM
3,262 CM
5,878 CM
8,436 CM
2,667 CM
3,320 CM
3,592 CM
3,646 CM
10,000 CM
14,000 CM
14,118 CMD
10,500 CMD
18,472 CMD
21,389 CMD
29,167 CMD
13,606 CMD
5,445 CMQ
9,722 CMQ
9,042 CMQ
4,086 CMQ
15,903 CMQ
17,117 CMQ
16,638 CMQ
7,097 ENV
418,673
2,000
6,042
1,945
2,075
2,528
1,167
9,139
13,611
19,444
7,019
6,320
3,014
5,736
10,826
30,462
4,482
8,142
3,265
4,903
6,958
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
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DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE
MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2004
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)
CURRENT MISSION/NEW MISSION BREAKOUT
STATE/COUNTRY
NGRTH CAROLINA
NORTH CAROLINA
NORTH CAROLINA
NORTH CAROLINA
OKLAHOMA
TEXAS
UTAH
UTAH
VIRGINLA
VIRGINIA
VIRGINIA
CLASSIFIED LOCATIONS
CLASSIFIED LOCATIONS
GERMANY
GERMANY
GERMANY
INSTALLATION
pope
pope
pope
pope
Altus
Lackiand
Hill
Hill
Langley
Langley
Langley
Various Stateside
Various Stateside
Spangdahlem
Spangdahlem
Spangdahlem
PROJECT
C-13OJ-30 Ramp Upgrade
C-l3OJ-30 Tech Training Facility
C-13OJ-30 Upgrade Hangar 6
C-13OJ-30 I-Bay Hangar
C-17 Modify Simulator Bays
Student Dormitory (300 Rm)
Small Diameter Bomb Storage Igloos
Munitions Maintenance Facility
F-22 Squadron OperationslAMUIHangar
F-22 Vertical Wing Tank Storage
F-22 Clear Water Rinse Pad
Predator Squadron OperationslAMUlHangar
Classified MILCON Project
Fire Station Annex And Training Facility
Passenger Terminal
South Gate
New Mission Total:
VARIOUS LOCATIONS
VARIOUS LOCATIONS
Various
Various
P-341 Active
P&D Active
Central Program Total:
Total Active AF Program:
APPROP
AUTH
REQUEST REQUEST TYPE
1,264 NM
1,239
4,431
4,520 NM
2,716
2,771 NiM
15,629
15,944 SM
1,144
1,167 NM
35,260
35,971 NM
1,811
1,848 NM
1,880
1,000 NM
20,013
20,418 NM
2,573
2,625 NM
2,383
2,431 NM
25,731
26,251 NM
3,250
3,258 NM
3,865
3,865 NM
1,546
1,546 NM
2,808
2,888 NM
271,344
276,749
12,880
7434s
86,345
772,767
12,ooo P34l
74345 PLN
86,345
781,767
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INSTALLATIONS
MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM
FISCAL YEAR 2004 PRESIDENT’S BUDGET
INSTALLATION INDEX
INSTALLATION
COMMAND
STATE/COUNTRY
ALTUS
AVIANO
BEALE
BOLLING
BUCKLEY
AMC
USAFE
ACC
11 WG
AFSPC
OKLAHOMA
ITALY
CALIFORNIA
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
COLORADO
CHARLESTON
DAVIS-MONTHAN
EDWARDS
EIELSON
ELMENDORF
GOODFELLOW
HICKAM
HILL
HURLBURT FIELD
INCHUIK
KIRTLAND
KUNSAN
LACKLAND
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SPECIAL PROGRAM
CONSIDERATIONS
DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE
MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM
FISCAL YEAR 2004
ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS
An economic evaluation has been accomplished for all projects costing over $2 million and
the results are addressed in the individual DD Forms 1391. Life cycle economic analyses or
justifications why an economic analysis was not warranted will be submitted directly to the
OSD staff at their request.
DESIGN FOR ACCESSIBILITY OF PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED PERSONNEL
In accordance with Public Law, 90-480, provisions for physically handicapped personnel
will be provided for, where appropriate, in the design of facilities included in this program.
ENVIRONMENTAL STATEMENT
In accordance with Section 102(2) (c) of the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (PL
91-190), the environmental impact analysis process (EIAP) has been completed or is
actively underway for all projects in the Air Force FY 2004 Military Construction
Program.
EVALUATION OF FLOOD PLAINS AND WETLANDS
All projects in the program have been evaluated for compliance with Executive Orders
11988, Flood Plain Management, and 11990, Protection of Wetlands, and the Flood Plain
Management Guidelines of U.S. Water Resources Council. Projects have been sited to
avoid or reduce the risk of flood loss, minimize the impact of floods on human safety,
health and welfare, preserve and enhance the natural and beneficial values of wetlands and
minimize the destruction, loss or degradation of wetlands.
ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE
The FY04 MILCON request includes $6.957 million for requirements necessary to correct
current environmental noncompliance situations and to prevent future noncompliance.
The environmental compliance target area for this program is for Arsenic Treatment
Systems.
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N 2004
CONGRESSIONAL REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
1. STATEMENTS ON NATO ELIGIBILITY
These are in response to the requirement in the N 1988 Senate Appropriations
Committee Report, 100-200, page 13, and are included in the appropriate project
justification.
2. STATEMENTS ON COMPLIANCE WITH CONSTRUCTION MANUAL 4210.1M
These are in response to the requirement in the N 1988 Senate Appropriations
Conference Report, 100-498, page 1003, and are included in each project justification.
3. NEW AND CURRENT MISSION ACTIVITIES
The N 1989 Senate Appropriations Committee Report, 100-380, pages 10 and 11,
identified a requirement to include an exhibit in the budget justification books that
displayed required projects in two separate categories: New Mission and Current Mission.
The CM (current mission) or NM (new mission) designation which follows the project on
the listing at page 9 identifies each project as new or current mission. Additionally, each
justification in Block 11 of the DD Form 1391 indicates whether the project supports a new
or current mission.
4. RESOLUTION TRUST CORPORATION ASSETS
The N 1991 Senate Armed Services Committee Report, 101-384, requested the
Department to screen Resolution Trust Corporation assets to determine if proposed
construction projects could be more economically met through the purchase of existing
assets held by the Resolution Trust Corporation. The NO4 Military Construction
program was compared to the current real estate asset inventory published by the
Resolution Trust Corporation. It was determined, and the Department certified, that no
assets exist that can be economically used in lieu of the NO4 projects requested.
5. REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
The N 1997 House Appropriations Committee Report, 104-591, page 11, requested the
Department to provide the real property maintenance backlog at all installations for which
there is a requested construction project. Each DD Form 1390 reflects this information in
block 12. In addition, the report requested all troop housing requests to show all real
property maintenance conducted in the past two years and all future requirements for
unaccompanied housing at that installation. Each DD Form 1391 for troop housing reflects
this information in block 11.
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6. METRIC CONVERSION
The N 1999 House Appropriation Committee Report, 105578, page 11, requested the
Department to ensure that any Form 13900391, which is presented as justification in
metric measurement, shall include parenthetically the English measurement. Each DD
Form 1391 reflects the metric and English equivalent in block 11.
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N 2004
NON-MILCON FTJNDING
Research and Development (RDT&E)
NONE
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N 2004
THIRD PARTY FINANCING
Test of long-term facilities contracts
NONE
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APPROPRIATION
LANGUAGE
APPROPRIATIONS LANGUAGE
MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, AIR FORCE
For acquisition, construction, installation, and equipment of temporary or permanent
public works, military installations, facilities, and real property of the Air Force as
currently authorized by law $772,767,000 to remain available until September 30,2008:
Provided that, of this amount, not to exceed $74,345,000 shall be available for study,
planning, design, architect and engineer services, as authorized by law, unless the Secretary
of Defense determines that additional obligations are necessary for such purposes and
notifies the Committees on Appropriations of both Houses of Congress of his determination
and the reasons therefore.
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BUDGET DATA
INSIDE THE
UNITED STATES
MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE
c. Authorization Not Yet in Inventory:
d. Authorization Requested in this Program:
e. Authorization included in the Following Program:
f. Planned in Next Four Years Program:
g. Remaining Deficiency:
h. Grand Total:
(FY 2005)
8. PROJECTS REQUESTED IN THIS PROGRAM:
CATEGORY
CODE
PROJECT TITLE
724-417
SOC Dormitory, Phase 3
9a. Future Projects: Included in the Following Program:
34,600
15,000
1,164,345
(FY 2004)
SCOPE
162 RM
Total
(FY2005)
COST DESIGN STATUS
$,OOO S T A R T C M P L
13,400 Apr-02 Sep-03
13,400
None
9b. Future Projects: Typical Planned Next Four Years:
171-356
ADAL AU Library
724-417
SOC Lodging Facility, Phase 4
740-674
Gunter Fitness Center
None
12,230 SM
7,700 SM
4,626 SM
I
13,000
13,600
8,000
9c. Real Property Maintenance Backlog This Installation
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IO. Mission or Major Functions: Home to Headquarters Air University including Air War Collage, air Command
and Staff College, Squadron Officer School, College of Aerospace Doctrine research and Education, Ira C.
Eaker College for Professional Development, Air Force Officer Accession and Training School, and
Community College of the Air Force; Headquarters Civil Air Patrol; Headquarters Air Force ROTC; an air base
wing; an AMC airlift flight, and an Air Force Reserve airlift wing.
11. Outstanding pollution and Safety (OSHA) Deficiencies:
a. Air pollution
25
b. Water Pollution
0
c. Occupational Safety and Health
0
d. Other Environmental
DD Form 1390,24 Jul 00
P-Y 2884 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
1. coNPoNRr?r
AIR FORCR
2. DATE
(canputer generated)
3. INSTALLATIW AND L0IATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
NAXWRLLAIRPORCR MS&W
SQUADRON OWICRR COLLRGR DORMITORY, PH
3
5. PROGRAW -
6. CATEGORY CODR 7. PROJRCT NUE5RR
85796
724417
9.
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
PNQSO33137
COST
13,400
ESTIMATES
SQUADRONOWICRRCOLLRGRDORMITORY, PR 3
DORMITORY (162 RX)
(
6,655)
ANTI-=ORISM FORCR PROTRCTION
SUPPORTS
FACILITIES
UTILITIES
PAWS
SITE IMPROvRMRWTS
COMJUNICATIONS
cRNTRALcIiILLRRPLANT
ELEVATOR
a-
suBToTAL
xwrL’OTAL
( 5.0 %)
CONPRACT COST
3UPERVISION, INSPECTION AND OVERHEm
mTAL RICQUEST
.O. Description of Proposed Construction: A five-story dormitory constructed with
reinforced concrete foundation and floor slabs, structural steel frame, masonry walls
md sloped roof. Project includes roan-bath mcdules, laundries, storage and lounge
tress , site irq?rwements, installation of 800 ton chiller, extended utilities and all
necessary support. Ccmply with DOD interim minimum force protection construction
standards.
tir Conditioning:
11. RRQUIRRMRNT:
PROJECT:
22oKw.
7,852 SN
Grade Mix: 03-010
ADEQUATS:
162
152SM
SUBSTANDARD:
55OSlU
Squadron Officer School dormitory, phase III. (Current Mission)
USQUIRRMRNT: Adequate living quarters to accolploaate students (c-any grade officers
=d civilians), that attend the S-week courses that are offered at the Squadron Officer
Properly sized and configured quarters are required to support training
:ollege (MC).
>f students. A major Air Force objective provides housing conducive to their proper
rest, relaxation and personal well-being while providing a suitable study enviromaent.
?roperly designed quarters prwiding EJ~ degree of individual privacy are essential fox
The installation of
successful training. This is the third of an eight-phase program.
L new 800 ton chiller will provide enough support for the project through the next five
phases.
7JRRRUT SITUATION: Existing dormitories were constructed in 1956. They have received
mly minor upgrades over the years. In addition to SOC, waxprell has stood-up the new
ierospace Basic Course (ARC). This course is designed to initiate new officers and
:iviliau qloyees to the Air Force. The addition of ARC has increased the demand for
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1. coNPoNEt?r
PY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
AIR FORCE
2. DATE
(canputer generated)
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
WAXWRLLAIRFORCR
SQUADRON OFFICER CDLLROE DORWITDRY, PH
3
BASE, AwLaMdA
5. PROCZRAW RLRWRNT
85796
6. CATRgORY
724-417
CODR 7. PROJECT NUWRRR
PNQso33137
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
13,400
adequate dormitory space on Wamvell campus, and adequate off-base quarters are not
mailable. T h e l o c a l ccamamity cannot provide the numbem of roams required to
lffectively operate the two courses. Additional space is required. There is currently
ssufficient chilled Water capacity for the nBol doms.
WPACTIFNOTPRDVIDRD:
Waxwell AFR will he unable to meet the requirements for houein6
mc! and ABC students. This till adversely affect the overall educational mission and
mgatively impact morale and retentiou.
UJDITIONAL:
An econanic analysis has been prepared ccmwaring alternatives of new
:onstnxtion, revitalization, leasing aud status quo operation. Based on the present
ralue and benefits of the respective alternatives, new construction Was fouud to be the
Post-effective over the life of the project. This project meets the criteria/scope
specified in Air Force IIIurdbook 32-1084, Facility Reguirements.m
3ase Civil Rngineerr Lt Co1 William T. Caesidy (334) 953-6945. Squadron Officer School
Iozmitory: 7,700 SN . 82,850 SF.
JOINT USR CSRTIPI&TION: This facility can be used by other cwnents on an "as
kvailablem basis; however, the scope of the project is based on Air Force requirmmnts.
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1. CoWPoWRm
FY 2004 MLITARY COWSTRUCTIOW PROJECT DATA
AIR PORCE
2. DATE
(cawuter generated)
3. IhWl’ALLATIOIy AlyD LOCATIOW
4. PROJECT TITLE
-AIRPomm,-
SQUADROWOFFICRRCOLI.EGE
PR3
5. PRomAW m
8. PROJECT COST
6. CATRGOIlY CODE 7. PROJECT WUWBRR
65796
724-417
PWQso33137
DORWITORY,
I
($000)
13,400
12. SDPP-AL DATA:
a. Estimated Design Data:
(1) Status:
(a) Date Design Started
(b) Parametric Cost Estimates used to develop costs
Cc) Percent Camlete as of 01 mm 2003
l
* Cd) Date 35% Designed
(e) Date Design Ccaplete
(f) -erW Study/Life-Cycle analysis was/will be performed
02-m-02
YES
15%
15-SEP-02
20-m-03
YES
(2‘1 Basis :
No
(a) Standard or Dedfinitive Design (b) where Design Was West Recently used (3) Total Cost (c) = (a) + (b) or (d) + (e):
(a) Prod&&m of Plans and Specifications
(b) All Other Design Costs
(c) Total
(d) Contract
(e) In-house
($000)
(4) Construction Contract Award
03 DEC
(5) Construction Start
04 IIAN
(6) Construction Cmletion
05 AUG
536
335
671
737
134
+ Indicates cmletion of Project Definition with Parametric Cost Estimate
which is cvrable to traditional 35% design to ensure valid scope,
cost and executability.
b. Rquipmnt associated with this project provided frun other appropriations:
N/A
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I a.
Total Acreage
b. Inventory Total as of : (30 Sep 02)
c. Authorization Not Yet in Inventory:
d. Authorization Requested in this Program:
e. Authorization Included in the Following Program:
f. Planned in Next Four Years Program:
g. Remaining Deficiency:
h. Grand Total:
(FY 2005)
(FY 2004)
8. PROJECTS REQUESTED IN THIS PROGRAM:
CATEGORY
PROJECT TITLE
CODE
Repair/Expand Enroute Ramp
113-321
Dormitory
721-312
SCOPE
207,700 SM
96 RM
COST
$,OOO S
19,060
13,914
DESIGN STATUS
TART
CMPL
Apr-02
Aug-03
Apr-02
Sep-03
Total 32,974
9a. Future Projects: Included in the Following Program:
(FY2005)
None
9b. Future Projects: Typical Planned Next Four Years:
Replace Explosive Ordnance Disposal Shop
141-165
F-16 Mission Training Center
171-212
Munitions Surveillance & Inspection Facility
215-582
Construct Aircraft Support Facility
218-712
Consolidate Security Forces Complex
61 O-835
Dormitory
721-312
Replace Chapel Center
736-771
Construct Loop Heat Plant
870-I 85
Repair Arctic Utilidors, Ph 4
870-I 85
Security Fence & Base Access Inspect. Fat, ATIFP
872-247
Relocate Main Gate & Intersection
901-835
I
345 SM
1,224 SM
558 SM
2,100 SM
3,400 SM
96 RM
1,450 SM
115 SM
LS
LS
LS
6,000
3,600
4,700
8,200
14,900
13,800
7,000
12,000
9,900
5,000
7,800
92,900
98
9c. Real Propery Maintenance Backlog This Installation
10. Mission or Major Functions: The host fighter wing supports an F-l 6 squadron, an A/OA-10 squadron, and a
training squadron which conducts COPE THUNDER exercises. The installation also hosts an Air National Guard air
I
refueling squadron (KC-135) and a training group which conducts arctic survival training.
I
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FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM
1. COMPONENT
2. DATE
AIR FORCE
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. COMMAND:
5. AREA CONST
PACIFIC AIR FORCES
EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE
COST INDEX
ALASKA
2.02
11. Outstanding pollution and Safety (OSHA) Deficiencies:
a. Air pollution
0
b. Water Pollution
0
c. Occupational Safety and Health
0
d. Other Environmental
0
DD Form 1390.24 Jul 00
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1. COWPONENT
2. DATE
FY 2004 WILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
(computer
AIR FORCE
generated)
3. INSTALLATION AND MCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, ALASKA
REPAIR/EXPAND ENRODTE RAWP
5. PROGRAM ELEMEWT
6. CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJECT N[JMBER
9.
Auth:
Approp:
FTQwo13007
113-321
27596
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
COST
19,143
19,060
ESTIMATES
COST
UNIT
ITm
ZXPAND/REPAIR AIRCRAFT PARKING RAMP
SP
ASPHALT
207,700
65
171,500
58
(
9,947)
16,621
CONCRETE HARDSTANDS
1 ::I
36,200
90
(
3,258)
TAXIWAY ECHO
I SM I
56,000
61
(
3,416)
300
175
PDPPORTING FACILITIES
I
499
I
DEMOLITION
SY
SECURITY LIGHTING
LS
(
(
SUBTOTAL
53)
446)
17,120
XINTINGKWCY
( 5.0 %)
856
roTAL CONTRACT cx$T
17,975
SUPERVISION, INSPECTION AND OVERHEFD
( 6.5 %)
1,168
I'OTAL REQUEST
19,144
POTAL REQUEST (ROUNDED)
19,143
LO. Description of Proposed Construction: Repair an aircraft parking apron expansion
Install security lighting, taxiway
aetween parking areas Golf/Hotel and Echo/Foxtrot.
ldge lighting, stripe apron to match existing apron, and perform necessary repairs to
:he existing apron.
11. R.EQUI REtaNT:
'ROJECT:
LS
ADEQUATE: LS
SIJBSTAWDARD:LS
Expand and repair aircraft parking ramp.
(Current Miieeion)
Expand and repair airfield parking pavement. Additional required pavement
UIQUIREMBNT:
vi.11 aleo support concurrent Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) FY04 MLCON project. DLA
xoject will demolish 6, and construct 16 new aircraft hydrant outlets to support
strategic mobility aircraft.
A PACAF study conducted March 1997 determined that the number of
QRREWT SITDATION:
lydrant refueling outlets and associated pavement at Eielson AFB was insufficient to
support strategic mobility aircraft. The existing apron is too small and in poor
:ondition with deteriorated asphalt that is a major Foreign Object Damage (POD) risk.
It is showing
*isting pavement at Taxiway Echo is in a severely degraded condition.
signs of surface and subsurface failure. This portion of pavement is a critical
:onnection between the runway and the aircraft parking apron on the loop.
CWPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Without this project's inclusion in the AF FY04 WILCON program,
)LA will not have adequate ramp space to design and install mission critical refueling
Eielson APB's ability to support the 168th Air Refueling Wing and other wideDutlets.
>ody aircraft during contingencies will be severely degraded and Eielson will not meet
Strategic mobility
:he Air Force’s expectation of an 85% hydrant utilization rate.
operations will also be hindered.
U)DITIONAL: This project meets scope/criteria specified in Air Force Handbook 32-1084,
"Facility Requirements." A preliminary analysis of options for satisfying this
Therefore, a
requirement indicates that only one option will meet mission needs.
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1. COMPONENT
FY 2004
(computer
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
27596
generated)
4. PROJECT TITLE
EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, ALASKA
5. PROGRAM ELEMENT
2. DATE
MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
AIR FORCE
6. CATEGORY CODE
113-321
REPAIR/EXPAND ENROTJTE
7. PROJECT EUMBER
FTQW013007
RAMP
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
19,143
mmplete economic analysis was not performed. A certificate of exception has been
arepared.
New and repair pavement work will be done in conjunction with an associated
B.A FY04 MILCON hydrant refueling system project.
Base Civil Engineer: Lt Co1 Wyers
(907) 377-5213. Requirement conversion 207,700 SM = 2,234,852 SF.
TOINT USE CERTIFICATION: This facility can be used by other components on "as available'
oasis; however, the scope of the project is based on Air Force requirements.
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1. COMPONENT
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
AIR FORCE
(computer
2. DATE
generated)
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, ALASKA
REPAIR/EXPAND ENROUTE RAMP
5. PROGRAM ELEMENT
6. CATEGORY CODE
27596
113-321
7. PROJECT NUMBER
FTQW013007
12. SUPPLEMENTAL DATA:
I
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
19,143
a. Estimated Design Data:
(1) Statue:
(a) Date Design Started
(b) Parametric Cost Estimates used to develop costs
l (c) Percent Complete as of 01 JAN 2003
l (d)
Date 35% Designed
(e) Date Design Complete
(f) Energy Study/Life-Cycle analysis was/will be performed
15-APR-02
YES
15%
30-SEP-02
Ol-AUG-03
NO
(2) Basis:
(a) Standard or Definitive Design (b) Where Design Was Most Recently Used -
NO
(3) Total Cost (c) = (a) + (b) or (d) + (0):
(a) Production of Plane and Specifications
(b) All Other Design Costs
(c) Total
(d) Contract
(e) In-house
($000)
1,167
583
1,750
1,550
200
(4) Construction Contract Award
03 DEC
(5) Construction Start
04 JAN
(6) Construction Completion
05 DEC
l
Indicates completion of Project Definition with Parametric Cost Estimate
which is comparable to traditional 35% design to ensure valid scope,
cost and executability.
b. Equipment associated with this project provided from other appropriations:
N/A
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1. COMPONXNT
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
2. DATE
(computer generated)
AIR FORCE
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLX
XIXLSON AIR FORCE BASE, ALASKA
DORMITORY (96 RX)
5. PROGRAM XLXMENT
6. CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJECT NDMSXR
27596
721-312
FTQWO33014
9.
COST
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
I
Auth:
Approp:
14.118
’
13,914
ESTIMATES
UNIT
COST
9,900
3ORMITORY (96 RX)
DOPMITORY
3,340
2,950
AXTITXRRORISY FORCE PROTXCTION
3,340
14
XIPPORTING FACILITIES
( 9 , 8 5 3 )
( 47)
2,726
UTILITIES
( 745
PAVEMENTS
( 759
SITE IXPROVEMXNTS
( 510
SOIL RXMXDIATION
( 212
COB0lDNICATIONS
SUPPORT
( 355
PASSIVX FORCE PROTECTION BBASlJRXS
I
mBToTAL
ZONTINGXNCY
( 145
12,626
( 5.0 %I
631
I'OTAL CONTRACT COST
13,257
BUPXRVISION, INSPECTION AND OVERXXAD
862
( 6.5 %)
WItAL REQUEST
14,119
L-OTAL RXQUXST (ROUNDED)
14,118
.o.
Description of Proposed Construction: Multi-story structure, reinforced concrete
ioundation/floor elabe, masonry walls and roof. Includes room-bath/kitchen/room-bath
rodules, laundries, storage and lounge areas and all supporting facilities.
Lntiterrorism/force protection measures are baaed on a joint staff-directed
.nstallation vulnerability asseesment.
Ll. RXQUIRXMXNT:
'ROJXCT:
719 RM
ADEQUATE: 522 RM
Conetruct a dormitory.
SUBSTANDARD:
197RM
(Current Mission)
A major Air Force objective provides unaccoqanied enlieted personnel with
UZQUIRXMXNT:
loueing conducive to their proper reet, relaxation, and personal well-being. Properly
designed and furnished quarters providing some degree of individual privacy are
aeeential to the eucceesful accomplishment of the increasingly complicated and important
jobe these people must perform. The retention of these highly trained airmen ie
,eeential to our readineee posture and continuing world-wide presence.
Lntiterrorism/force protection measures are based on a joint staff-directed installation
rulnerability aesesement.
WRRENT
SITUATION:
The baee hae insufficient on-base housing to accommodate the
This project is in accordance with the Air Force
rnaccompanied enlisted personnel.
)onuitory Master Plan.
CXPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Adequate living quarters which provide a level of privacy
required for today's airmen will not be available, resulting in degradation of morale,
xoductivity, and career satisfaction for unaccompanied enlisted personnel.
This project meets the scope/criteria specified in OSD's new uniform
DDITIONAL:
Jarracks size standard. All known alternatives were considered during the development
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1. COMPONENT
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
AIR FORCE
(computer
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, ALASKA
DORMITORY (96 RM)
5. PROGRAM
ELEMENT
21596
6. CATEGORY CODE
721-312
2. DATE
generated)
I. PROJECT NUMBER
FTQWO33014
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
14,118
No other option could meet mission requirements. Therefore, no
conomic analysis was needed or performed.
FYOO Unaccompanied Housing RPM conducted:
425K; FYOl Unaccompanied Housing RPM conducted: $362K; Future Unaccompanied Housing RPM
,equirements (estimated): FYO3: $2,6503; FYO4: $3,15OK; FYO5: $3,30OK.
Base Civil
hgineer: Lt Co1 Myere (907) 377-5213. Dormitory: 3,360 SM = 36,154 SF.
If this project.
rOINT USE CERTIFICATION: This facility can be used by other components on an "as
.equired" basis; however, the scope of the project is based on Air Force requirements.
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1. COMPONENT
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
(computer
AIR FORCE
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, ALASKA
DORMITORY (96 RW)
5. PROGRAM ELEMENT
6. CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJECT NUMBER
27596
721-312
2. DATE
generated)
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
FTQW033014
14,118
12. SUPPLEMENTAL DATA:
a. Estimated Design Data:
(1) Project to be accomplished by design-build procedures
(2) Basis:
(a) Standard or Definitive Design (b) Where Design Was Most Recently Used (3) All Other Design Costs
NO
365
(4) Construction Contract Award
03 DEC
(5) Construction Start
04 JAN
(6) Construction Completion
05 SEP
(7) Energy Study/Life-Cycle analysis was/will be performed
YES
b. Equipment associated with this project provided from other appropriations:
N/A
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1. COMPONENT
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
AIR FORCE
2. DATE
(computer generated)
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
EWENDORF AIR
MMNTENANCE FACILITY
5. PROGRAM
FORCE BASE, ALASKA
6. CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJECT NUMBER
ELEMENT
27240
211-111
9.
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
2,000
FXSB053012
COST
ESTIMATES
UNIT
5aINTENANCE FACILITY
LS
COST
2,000
WPPORTING FACILITIES
0
XIBTOTAL
2,000
DTAL CONTRACT COST
2,000
?OTAL REQUEST
2,000
DTAL REQUEST (ROUNDED)
2,000
.o.
Description of Proposed Construction:
.l. REQUIREMENT:
'ROJECT:
SUBSTANDARD: LS
As Required
EQUIREMENT:
URRENT
ADEQUATE: LS
LS
Special access required
Details under separate cover
SITUATION:
Special access required
MPACT IF NOT PROVIDED:
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1. COMPONENT
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM
2. DATE
AIR FORCE
4. COMMAND:
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
5. AREA CONST
DAVIS-MONTHAN AIR FORCE BASE,’
AIR COMBAT COMMAND
COST INDEX
1.01
ARIZONA
.._.
‘ERMANENT
STUDENTS
SUPPORTED
)FF j ENL j CfV
OFF j ENL
1 CIV
OFF j ENL j CIV
TOTAL
50781
1138
611
1461
11
31
261
489
7.80
END FY 2007
I
8691
[email protected]
11231
611
1461
111
31
261
489)
7;80!
7. INVENTORY DATA ($OQQ)
a. Total Acreage:
10,633
3. Inventory Total as of : (30 Sep 02)
l,Q62,14(
:. Authorization Not Yet in Inventory:
33.58(
d. Authorkatfon Requested in this Program:
9,86
B. Authorization Included in the Following Program:
(FY 2005)
19,47f
f. Planned in Next Four Years Program:
59,5Ol
9. Remaining Deficiency:
79,lQf
h. Grand Total:
1.263,66:
B. PROJECTS REQUESTED IN THIS PROGRAM:
fFY
\ 2004)I
CATEGORY
COST DESIGN STATUS
PROJECT TfTLF
$.ooO
START
CMPL
CODE
SCOPE
113-321
CSAR C-l 30 Apron/Shoulders
11,585 SM
1,954
May-02
Sep-6:
141-753
CSAR HH-W Squadron DperationdAMU
2,602 SM
6.004
May-02
Sep-0:
442-756
CSAR Mission Ready Supply Parts
1,858 SM
1,906
May-02
Sep-0:
Total
9,864
9a. Future Projects: Included in the,Followfng Program:
(p/2005)
116662
Afrffefd Gbstrur+n - Hazardous Cargo Pad
14,500 SM
4,243
141-454
CSAR C-1 36 Squadron Operations
2.500 SM
5,786
721-312
pormltdry (12O’RM)
-120 RM
9,449
,,
‘,,I ;,:.’
19,476
Total
9b. Future Projects: Typical Planned Next Four Years:
141-454
CSAR CR0 Led Rescue Squad Ops
4,647 SM
8,600
3,143 SM
141-753
EC-1 36 Squad Ops/AMU (41 ECS)
7,000
211-175
CSAR C-136 Maintenance Hangar
2,695 SM
7,500
610-127
Base Ciil Engineer Facility
33OOSM
6,600
721-312
Dormitory (120 RM)
9,166
120 RM
3,500 SM
731-142
Fire/Crash Rescue Station
10.200
735-441
Education Center
5,184 SM
10,500
55
9c. Real Propery Maintenance Baddog This Installation:
10. Mission or Maior Functions: Headquarters 12th Air Force; a wing with two fiohter training squadrons responsible for training all A/OA10 aircrews; one A/OA-10 fighter squadron, two EC-130 electronic combat squadrons, a tackai air control wing; an Air Force Reserve
HH-60 rescue squadron; and Air Force Material Commands Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center.
11. Outstanding Pollution and Safety (OSHA) DefKiencies:
a. Air pollution
b. Water Pollution
c. Occupational Safety and Health
d. Other Environmental
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38
2. DATE
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
1. COMPONENT
(computer generated)
AIR F-ORCE
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
DAVIS-MONTHAN AIR FORCE BASE, ARIZONA
CSAR RR-60 SQUADRON OPERATIONS/AMU
5. PROGRAM
ELEMENT
1 6. CATEGORY CODE 17. PROJECT NUMBER
141-753
27224
9.
1 8. PROJEm COST ($000)
I
FBNV043004
COST
ESTIMATES
Auth:
Approp:
6,042
6,004
COST
UNIT
JfM
XAR W-60 SQUADRON OPERATIONS/AMU
4,090
LS
SQUADRON OPERATIONS/AMU
SM
ANTITERRORISM FORCE PROTECTION
LS
2,602
1,564
( 4.070)
(
20)
1,356
lUPPORTING FACILITIES
UTILITIES
LS
(
PAVEMENTS
LS
( 295)
SITE IMPROVEMENTS
LS
( 135)
DEMOLITION BLDG 1613
LS
( 123)
COMMtJNICATIONS
LS
SUPPORT
SM
REPLACE BLDG 1613 NEW LOCATION
613
653
250)
(
153)
(
400)
5,446
XIBTOTAL
!ONTINGENCY
(
5.0
%)
272
FOTAL CONTRACT COST
5,718
WPERVISION, INSPECTION AND OVERHEAD
(
5.7
%)
326
6,044
YOTAL REQUEST
6,042
TOTAL REQWST (ROUNDED)
( 749.0 )
CQUIPMENT FROM OTHER APPROPRIATIONS (NON-ADD)
.O.
Description of Proposed Construction: Construction includes split-face block with
,einforced concrete foundation and floor slab, structural steel frame, and standing
ieam metal roof. Fire detection/protection, utilities, site improvements, landscaping,
ccess roads, parking and necessary support are included. Demolish one facility (613
IM) and replace in new location. Complies with minimum DOD force protection standards.
1ooEw.
,ir Conditioning:
.l. REQUIREEEET:
'ROJECT:
36,950 SM
ADEQUATE: 22,486 SM
SUBSTANDARD: 5,143SM
Construct CSAR HE-60 squadron operations/AMU facility.
(New Mission)
The combat search and rescue (CSAR) RR-60 flight operations mission
EQUIREbSENT:
,equires adequate space for planning, briefing, and supporting operations personnel.
his mission also requires space to maintain life support and mobility equipment, crew
'-# and locker space. Force protection will comply with the DOD antiterrorism
tandards for buildings.
URRENT SITUATION: Davis-Monthan does not have any excess or adequate facilities that
CSAR RR-60 flight operations
!an be converted to accommodate the new CSAR mission.
lersonnel will be working in temporary, inadequate facilities.
Adequate facilities will not be available to perform essential
MPACT IF NOT PROVIDED:
W-60 flight operations and mission planning functions forcing inadequate and high risk
The potential for significant degradation of mission performance and
forkarounds.
In addition, due to the inadequate work environment,
mapabilities will be increased.
orale of Air Force personnel will be lowered resulting in less productivity.
DDITIONAL:
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1. COMPONENT
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
4. PROJECT TITLE
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
DAVIS-MONTHAN AIR FORCE BASE, ARIZONA
5. PROGRAM E=
27224
2. DATE
(computer generated)
AIR FORCE
6. CATEGORY CODE
141-753
CSAR BB-60 SQUADRON OPERATIONS/AMU
7. PROJECT NUMBER
FBNV043004
0. PROJECT COST ($000)
6,042
This project meets the criteria/scope specified in Air Force Eandbook 32All known alternative options were considered during the
Development of this project. No other option could meet the requirements, therefore, no
wzonomic analysis was needed or performed. A certificate of exception has been
brepared. Civil Engineer: Lt Co1 Karl S. Bosworth, (520) 228-3401. Squadron
gerations/ABfU: 2,602 SM - 28,000 SF.
.084,
nFacility Requirements..
lOINT USE CERTIFICATION: Mission requirements, operational considerations, and location
Lre incompatible with use by other components.
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1. COMPONENT
Py
2004
MILITARY
CONSTRUCTION
PROJECT
DATA
2. DATE
(computer generated)
AIR FORCE
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
DAVIS-MONTBAN AIR FORCE BABE, ARIZONA
CSAR RR-60 SQUADRON OPERATIONS/AMU
5. PROGRAM ELEMENT
6. CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJECT NUMBER
27224
141-753
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
FBNV043004
6,042
12. SUPPLEMENTAL DATA:
a. Bstimated Design Data:
(1) Statue:
(a) Date Design Started
(b) Parametric Cost Eetimatee used to develop costs
* (c) Percent Complete as of 01 JAN 2003
l (d) Date 35% Designed
(e) Date Design Complete
(f) Energy Study/Life-Cycle analysis was/will be performed
25-MAY-02
YES
15%
15-ATJQ-02
Ol-SEP-03
YES
(2) Basis:
(a) Standard or Definitive Design (b) Where Design Was Most Recently Used -
NO
(3) Total Cost (c) = (a) + (b) or (d) + (e):
(a) Production of Plane and Specifications
(b) All Other Design Costs
(c) Total
(d) Contract
(e) In-house
($000)
368
184
552
491
61
(4) Construction Contract Award
04 JAN
(5) Construction Start
04 FEE
(6) Construction Completion
05 JUL
* Indicates completion of Project Definition with Parametric Cost Estimete
which is comparable to traditional 35% design to ensure valid scope,
cost and executability.
b. Equipment associated with this project provided from other appropriations:
EQUIPMENT NOMENCLATURE
COMMUNICATION EQUIP/WIRING
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PROCURING
APPROPRIATION
FISCAL YEAR
APPROPRIATED
OR REQUESTED
3400
2004
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COST
($000)
749
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41
1. CONpONENT
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
2. DATE
(computer generated)
AIR FORCE
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
DAVIS-WONTBAN AIR FORCE BASE, ARIZONA
CSAR MISSION READY SUPPLY PARTS
WAREHOUSE
5. PROGRAM ELENENT
8. PROJECT COST f$OsO)
6. CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJECT NUImER
27224
442-758
9.
Auth:
Approp:
FBNV043006
COST
1,945
1,906
ESTIMATES
UNIT
COST
Y
CSAR MISSION READY SUPPLY PARTS WAREHOUSE
1,438
1,858
MRSP WAREHOUSE
1:: 1
ANTITERRORISM FORCE PROTECTION
I LS I
(
I
314
SUPPORTING FACILITIES
770
(
1,431)
I
UTILITIES
(
PAVEMENTS
SITE IWPR0-S
CO~CATIONS SUPPORT
124)
' 2 ~
(
Ls I
LS
(
(
SUBTOTAL
7)
48)
13)
130)
1,752
CONTINGENCY
('S.0
%)
88
TOTAL CONTRACI' COST
1,840
SUPERVISION, INSPECTION AWD OX!BREEAD
( 5.7 %)
105
TOTAL REQUEST
1,944
.-
TOTAL REQWST (ROUNDED)
1,945
EQUIPWENT FROM OTHER APPROPRIATIONS (NON-ADD)
(
148.0)
LO. Description of Proposed Construction: Construction includes split-faced block,
reinforced concrete foundation and floor slab, structural steel frame, and standing
Fire detection/protection, utilities, site improvements, landscaping,
3eam metal roof.
3ccess roads, parking and necessary support are included. DOD antiterrorism
:onstruction standards are required.
11. REQUIREMENT:
?ROJECT:
15,784SM
ADEQUATE: 12,775 SM
SUBSTANDARD: 2,973SM
Construct CSAR mission ready spare parts warehouse.
(New Mission)
This project is in direct support of the combat search and rescue (CSAR)
~QUIREWEWT:
aeddown at Davis Monthan AFB. The facility is a new mission requirement that will store
Force protection will
uar material and spare parts for the FIB-60 and C-130 squadrons.
:oa+y with DoD antiterrorism construction standards for buildings.
*VRRENT SITUATION: Davis-Wonthan does not have excess or adequate facilities that can
>e converted to accommodate the new CSAR mission.
CWPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Adequate facilities will not be available to perform this new
The potential for significant degradation of mission performance and
nission.
lapabilities will be increased. In addition, due to the inadequate work environment,
mrale of Air Force personnel will be lowered resulting in less productivity.
UIDITIONAL: This project meets the criteria/scope specified in Air Force Handbook 321084, .Facility Requirements". A preliminary analysis of reasonable options for
accomplishing this project (status quo, renovation, upgrade/removal, new construction)
It indicates there is only one option that will meet operational
vas done.
requirements. A certificate of exception has been prepared. Base Civil Engineer: Lt
:ol Karl S. Bosworth, (520) 228-3401. NRSP Warehouse: 1,858 SM = 19,992 SF.
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I
I :1. COMPONENT
I
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
2. DATE
(computer generated)
RIR FORCE
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
DAVIS-KNTHAN AIR FORCE BASE, ARIZONA
CSAR MISSION READY SUPPLY PARTS
WAREHOUSE
5 . PROGRAM ELRNENT
27224
6 . CATEGORY CODE
442-758
7. PROJECT NUMBER
FBNV043006
8.
PROJECT COST ($000)
1,945
rOINT USE CERTIFICATION: Nission requirements, operational considerations, and location
Ire incompatible with use by other components.
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1. COMPONENT
W 2004 NILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
2. DATE
(computer generated)
AIR FORCE
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
DAVIS-NONTNAN AIR FORCE BASE, ARIZONA
CSAR MISSION READY SUPPLY PARTS
WAREHOUSE
5. PROGRAM ELEMENT
6. CATEGORY CODE
27224
442-758
7. PROJECT NUMBER
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
FBNV043006
1,945
12. SUPP LEMENTAL DATA:
a. Estimated Design Data:
(1) Status:
(a) Date Design Started
(b) Parametric Cost Estimates used $0 develop costs
l (c) Percent Complete as of 01 JAN 2003
l (d) Date 35% Designed
(e) Date Design Complete
(f) Energy Study/Life-Cycle analysis was/will be performed
25-MAY-02
YES
15%
Ol-AUG-02
Ol-SEP-03
YES
(2) Basis:
(a) Standard or Definitive Design (b) Where Design Was Nest Recently Used -
NO
(3) Total Cost (c) = (a) + (b) or (d) + (e) :
(a) Production of Plans and Specifications
(b) All Other Design Costs
(c) Total
(d) Contract
(e) In-house
($000)
117
58
175
156
19
(4) Construction Contract Award
04 JAN
(5) Construction Start
04 FEB
(6) Construction Completion
05 JUL
l
Indicates completion of Project Definition with Parametric Cost Estimate
which is comparable to traditional 35% design to ensure valid scope,
cost and executability.
b. Equipment associated with this project provided from other appropriatione:
EQUIPMENT NONENCLATURE
COMMUNICATION EQUIP/WIRING
3 FORM 1391, DEC 76
PROCURING
APPROPRIATION
FISCAL YEAR
APPROPRIATED
OR REQUESTED
3400
2004
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COST
($000)
148
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44
1. COMPONENT
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
2. DATE
(computer generated)
AIR FORCE
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
DAVIS-MONTHAN AIR FORCE BASE, ARIZONA
CSAR C-130 APRON/SHOULDERS
5. PROGRAM ELEMENT
6. CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJECT
113-321
27224
9.
NUMBER
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
Auth:
Approp:
FBNV043007
COST
2,075
1,954
~-
ESTIMATES
UNIT
COST
U/M.-_
CSAR C-130 APRON/SHOULDERS
LS
1,192
AIRCRAFT PARKING APRON
PAVED SHOULDERS
1 :!I 1
SUPPORTING FACILITIES
I
8,845
127
2.740
25
(
1,123)
(
69)
639
I
UTILITIES
LS
PAVEMENTS
LS
SITE IMPROVEMENTS
LS
DEMOLITION
SM
915
115
(
105)
REPLACE BUILDING
SM
200
1,428
(
286)
( 38)
(
120)
(
SUBTOTAL
90)
1,831
"ONTINGENCY
('5.0 %I
92
POTAL CONTRACT COST
1,922
SUPERVISION, INSPECTION AND OVERBEAD
( 5.7 %)
110
POTAL REQUEST
2,032
l?OTAL REQUEST (ROUNDED)
2,075
10. Description of Proposed Construction: Concrete apron with asphalt shoulders for
Pedium aircraft loads, demolition of existing shoulder and access road, site
mprovements, clearing and grubbing, and all necessary support.
Includes the
lemolition of one building (915 SM) in the way of construction and reconstruction (200
~4) in a new location. Project will comply with minimum DOD antiterrorism construction
Btandards.
iir
Conditioning:
11. REQUIREMENT:
'ROJRCT:
8EW.
999,999 SM
ADEQUATE:
991,154 SM
SUBSTANDARD: 0 SM
Construct CSAR C-130 parking apron with asphalt shoulders.
(New Mission)
The apron is required to support the C-130 combat search and rescue (CSAR)
LEQUIREMKNT:
Adequate aircraft parking is required to ccnnplete
fission beddown at Davis-Monthan APB.
Bre-flight operations and minor aircraft maintenance. The apron supports a squadron of
.O C-130 aircraft.
QRRENT SITUATION: Adequate aircraft parking apron is not available on the installation
ior this new mission beddown.
The CSAR mission beddown will be jeopardized. Unacceptable work
grounds would include sharing parking aprons with existing missions that are separated
,y a mile, placing aircrews and maintenance personnel at high risk. This will negatively
-act the C-130 mission capabilities.
:MPACT IF NOT PROVIDED:
This project meets the criteria/scope specified in Air Force Handbook 32LDDITIONAL:
A preliminary analysis of reasonable options was done
-064, "Facility Requirementsm.
md indicates only one option meets operational requirements. A certificate of
zception has been prepared. Base Civil Engineer:
Lt Co1 Karl S. Bosworth, (520) 2281401. Aircraft Parking Apron: 8,845 SM = 95,172 SF; Apron Shoulders: 2,740 SM = 29482
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1. COMPONXNT
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION
AIR FORCE
3.
4. PROJECT
INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
DAVIS-MONT?IANAIR FORCEBASE,
5. PROGRAM ELKMENT
27224
PROJECT
2. DATE
DATA
(computer generated)
CSAR C-130 APRON/SHOULDERS
ARIZONA
6. CATEGORY
113-321
CODE
TITLE
7.
PROJECT
NUMBER
FBNVO43007
8.
PROJECT COST ($000)
2,075
iF.
JOINT USE CERTIFICATION: Mission requirements, operational considerations, and location
me incompatible with use by other components.
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1. COMPONENT
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
2. DATE
(computer generated)
AIR FORCE
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
DAVIS-MONTHAN AIR FORCE BASE, ARIZONA
CSAR C-130 APRON/SHOULDERS
5. PROGRAM ELEMENT
6. CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJECT NUMBER
27224
113-321
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
FBNVO43007
2,075
12. SUPP LENENTAL DATA:
a. Estimated Design Data:
(1) Status:
(a) Date Design Started
(b) Parametric Cost Estimates used to develop costs
l
(c) Percent Complete as of 01 JAN 2003
* (d) Date 35% Designed
(e) Date Design Complete
(f) Energy Study/Life-Cycle analysis was/will be performed
25-MAY-02
YES
15%
Ol-AUG-02
Ol-SEP-03
NO
(2) Basis:
(a) Standard or Definitive Design (b) Where Design Was Most Recently Used -
No
(3) Total Cost (c) I (a) + (b) or (d) + (e):
(a) Production of Plans and Specifications
(b) All Other Design Costs
Cc) Total
(d) Contract
(e) In-house
($000)
120
60
180
160
20
(4) Construction Contract Award
04 JAN
(5) Construction Start
04 FEB
(6) Construction Conqletion
05 JUN
l
Indicates cqletion of Project Definition with Parametric Cost Estimate
which is comparable to traditional 35% design to ensure valid scope,
cost and executability.
b. Equipment associated with this project provided from other appropriations:
N/A
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1. COMPONENT
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM
2. DATE
AIR FORCE
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. COMMAND:
5. AREA CONST
LITTLE ROCK AIR FORCE BASE
AIR EDUCATION AND
COST INDEX
IARKANSAS
TRAINING COMMAND
1
0.85
6. Personnel
PERMANENT
STUDENTS
SUPPORTED
I
I
Strength
OFF 1 ENL
1 CIV
OFF 1 ENL 1 CIV 1 OFF 1
ENL 1
CIV
AS OF 30 SEP 02
642
3793 1166
END FY 2007
642
3824 1169
7. INVENTORY DATA ($000)
a. Total Acreage:
6,898
b. Inventory Total as of: (30 Sep 02)
c. Authorization Not Yet in Inventory:
d. Authorization Requested in this Program:
e. Authorization Included in the Following Program:
(FY 2005)
f. Planned in Next Four Years Program:
g. Remaining Deficiency:
h. Grand Total:
8. PROJECTS REQUESTED IN THIS PROGRAM:
CATEGORY
CODE
PROJECT TITLE
171-627
C-l 30 Qperations Training Facility
211-179
C-l 305 ADAL Hangar 280
9a. Future Projects: Included in the Following Program:
171-212
C-l 30J ADAL Simulator Facility
9b. Future Projects: Typical Planned Next Four Years:
722-351
Airman Dining Facility
724-417
Visiting Quarters
Education Center Complex
730-441
737-884
Child Development Center
TOTAL
5,601
5,635
831 ,013
39,790
3,622
5,031
33,950
35,000
948,406
-I
(FY 2004)
SCOPE
929 SM
293 SM
Total
(FY2005)
1 LS
Total
1,805
6,492
9,023
1,644
SM
SM
SM
SM
COST
$,OOO S
2,478
1,144
3,622
DESIGN STATUS
TART CMPL
Apr-02 Sep-03
Apr-02 Aug-03
5,031
5,031
5,600
9,400
15,500
3,450
9c. Real Property Maintenance Backlog This Installation
93
10. Mission or Major Functions: An Airlift wing with five C-l 30 squadrons conducting operations and training lthe only DOD C-l 30 training base; an Air Mobility Command airlift group with C-l 30 aircraft; an ANG C-l 30
1
airlift wing; and an AFRC aerial port squadron.
11. Outstanding pollution and Safety (OSHA Deficiencies:
a. Air pollution
20
b. Water Pollution
c. Occupational Safety and Health
815
0
d. Other Environmental
48
FY 2004 IULITARY CONSTRUCTIONPROJRCI DATA
1. -
2. DATR
(computer generated)
NR FORCR
3.IWSTALmTImAWDmCATICs?
4. PRDJRCT TITLR
LITTLR ROCK NR FQRCR EASE, ARKANMS
C-130 OPRRATIOWS TRAINIm FACILITY
5.pRoQRAHm
6. CATRQORY CODE 7. PRMEtX WDWRRR
41115
171-627
9.
C-130
8. PROJECT
($000)
Auth: COST
..~__._~
NKAK043009
COST
2,528
2 , 4 7 8 ,-
Approp:
RSTINATRS
OPERATIONS TPXIRINQ FACILITY
OPRRATIONS TRAINIB FACILITT
AT/FP
SUPPORTING
FACILITIES
DTILITIBS
PA-8
SITE IWPRO-8
-CATICMS PRRWIRING
CoNr-
d&s.0 %)
TOTAL CONTRACT COST
SuPRRvIs1m, INSPmTIoNANDmBRRRAD
TOTAL REQUNST
TOTAL RRQUEST (ROUNDED)
LO. Description of Proposed Conetmction: Conetruct Operations Training Facility.
Lncludee concrete foundation, elab on grade, steel structure, maeonry walls, sloping
roof, fire protection, admin and office areaa, mech/elec, utilities, eitework, and all
ieceeeary aupport for Det 3 and Det 4 AWCAOS contract and quality aaeurance oversight
in maintaining/upgrading aircrew training eyetema (C-13OJ/C-130 WATS).
iir Conditioning:
11. REQUIREWRWT:
?RWRCT:
88 Kw.
929SW
ADEQUATE: 0 SM
SUESTANDARD: 0 SM
Construct C-130/C-130J Operations Training Facility. (New Wiseion)
ZEQUIREWENT:
An adequate facility, properly aired and configured for operations
xaining administration of contract and quelity aaeurance oversight; eimulator,
inetructor, and curriculum/coureeware developlnent certificationa; and
maintaining/upgrading aircrew training eyeteme (C-13OJ/C-130 WATS). Required facility
will include areaa to acconmodate Detachment 3 and Detachment 4 AWCAOS in support of new
C-13OJ/C-130 aircrew and maintenance training mieeione. Force Protection measure8 will
be incorporated IAW USAF Inetallation Force Protection Guide. New aircraft are due to
start arriving at Little Rock in FYO4.
CURRRNT SITUATION: Ae the USAF modernizes its cambat delivery fleet through the
acquisition of the C-130J airframe and transforma all aircrew and maintenance personnel
training to the C-130 Center of Excellence at Little Rock AFB, Detachment 3 and
Detachment 4 AWCAOS, which ie relocating from Keeeler AFB, will be charged with
performing contract and quality assurance oversight; provide simulator, instructor, and
curriculum/coureeware development certifications; and maintaining/upgrading aircrew
training eyetem (C-13OJ/C-130 WATS). Det 3 staff is currently housed in temporary and
substandard trailers, which they have occupied since 1998, at a location that is distant
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UR FORCX
2. DATE
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3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT
LI!mLB ROCKAIR FDRCB BABE, ARXANSAS
C-130 OPERATIONS TRAININQ FACILITY
5. PROGRAM
6. CATEGORY
E-
171-627
41115
1 2 . SDPPLXWXNTAL
CODX 7. PROJECT WDWBER
TITLE
0. PROJECT COST ($000)
2,528
NRAlc043009
DATA:
a. Estimated Design Data:
(1) Statue:
(a) Date Deeign Started
(b) Parametric Cost Eetimatee wed to develop coats
l (c)
Percent Cqlete am of 01 JAN 2003
* (d) Date 35% Designed
(e) Date Deeign Complete
(f) Energy Study/Life-Cycle analyeie wae/will be performed
Ol-APB-02
YES
lo-SEP-02
05-SBP-03
No
(2) Basis:
(a) Standard or Definitive Design (b) Where Deeign Wae Most Recently Weed -
No
(3) Total Coet (c) - (a) + (b) or Cd) + (e):
(a) Pro&action of Plane and Specifications
(b) All Other Design Costa
(c) Total
($000)
156
78
234
200
26
(d) Contract
(e) In-home
(4) Conetruction
03 DEC
Contract Award
( 5 ) Conetruction
start
04 JAN
(6) Conetruction
Completion
04 DEC
l
Indicatee cwletion of Project Definition with Parametric Cost Estimate
which is colnparable to traditional 35% design to ensure valid scope,
coat and executability.
b. Equipment associated with this project provided frcm other appropriations:
PROCDRIWG
APPROPRIATION
FISCAL YEAR
APPROPRIATED
OR REQDESTED
coNPuTxRs/Txc!HNIcAL XQUIP
3400
2005
25
CONFEFtBNCRROOMFURNISHINGS
3400
2005
20
ADMINISTRATION FURNISNINGS
3400
2005
90
EQUIPMENT NOMEWCLATURE
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L. COXPONENT
1UR
FY 2004 WLITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
2. DATE
(computer generated)
FORCE
8. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
1 XWLRROCICAIRFORCRBASE, ARKANSAS
C-130 OPERATIONS TRAINING FACILITY
I5. PROGRAWELRWRWT
41115
6. CATRGORY CODE 7. PROJECT -RR
171-627
NxAK043009
0. PROJECT COST ($000)
2,528
nd disparate from the C-130 Center of Rxcelleuce. Currently, C-13OJ modernization
rejects within the Central Campus Development Area have no space allocated to
ccomnodate the missions of Det 3 and Det 4 AWCAOS. This situation negatively impacts
heir mission performance, quality assurance, contract oversight, and other critical
unctions and cannot be rectified and corrected until a facility, co-located with the C30 Center of Excellence, is provided in the Central Campus Development Area.
.
ImACT IPNOT PROVIDED: The Unit's mission to conduct operation6 training for all C1 3OJ/C-130 aircrews, by performing contract and quality assurance oversight; provide
6 imulator, instructor, and curriculum/courseware development certifications; and
maintaining/upgrading aircrew training systems (C-13OJ/C-130 WATS) will be seriously
dregraded. Adeguate space for contract oversight is unavailable. Workaround reguire
C ontract oversight function to work in substandard facilitiee and maintenance training
t.o be conducted in disparate locations, separating claserocm instruction frm %ands-on'
dlemonstration and taek certification, resulting in a negative impact on ability to
P serform the C-13OJ/C-130 maintenance and operations training miaeion.
Th&&project meets the criteria/scope specified in Air Force Handbook 32z! DDITIOWAL:
All knowu alternative option6 were considered during
1,004, 'Facility Requireznents.m
dlevelopment of this project. No other option6 could meet the mieeion requirements.
T'herefore no econmnic analysis was required or performed. A certificate of exception is
bleing prepared. Site selection and approval by FB is pending. BCR: Lt Co1 Robert E.
M[oriarty, DSN 731-3322, Operations Training Facility, 929 SM = 10,000 SF.
4rOIWT USE CERTIFICATION: This facility can be used by other component8 on au "as
aIvailable" basis; however, the scope of the project is based on Air Force requirements.
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CaPoNmT
AIR mRc8
PROJECY DATA
2. DATE
(cc=puter generated)
3.nemAxJATIafAmmmcATI~
4. PROJECI
LIlTLBRDCKA.IRFoRCBBASE,ARKANBAR
5 . PROGRAU
m
6. CATEgORY
C-130J ADhL HAMW 280
CDDB
9.
TITLE
7. PROJECT NUNBBR
0. PROJECT awT
($000,
C O S T ESTINATES
z-1305 ADAL EANgAR 200
ADDITION
ALTERATIDNS
ANTI-TERRDRIgH
XIPPORTINO
. .
FQRCB PRDTECTION
FACILITIES
SITE IMPRD-s
P
A
-
S
3uBTmAL
mm-
(
5.0
%)
POTAL - @&ZT
xJPERvI81DN, INBPECTIDNAND OVEREEW
mu-
Description of Proposed Conetruction:
Construct addition and alter Hangar B280
Work includes concrete foundation6 and floor elab, steel
b-ucture, masonry walle, sloping roof system, and all utilities and necessary support.
fork includes partial demolition of existing structure, modification of tail doors,
rodification of exhaust syeta and vapor trenches, RVAC. and electrical/alarm syntems.
.o .
ior the C-13OJ-30 aircraft.
28W.
dr Conditioning:
.l. REQUIREMENT:
'ROJECI:
1,724.W
ADEQUATE: 0 SM
C-13OJ ADAL Rangar 280.
SUBSTANDARD: 1,431BM
(New Mission)
!EQUIRRMENT: An adequate facility, properly sized and configured for aircraft fuel
ystems maintenance is required to support a new mission to house, maintain, and train
,n new C13OJ-30 aircraft. This facility provides au indoor and properly ventilated
Ipace to conduct aircraft fuel cell maintenance. Force Protection measures will be
.ncorporated IAW USAF Installation Force Protection guide. New aircraft are due to start
rriving at Little Rock in Ott 04.
URRENT SITUATICN: Properly sized hangar space for C-13OJ-30 aircraft fuel cell
maintenance operations &es not exist on the installation. Bxisting facilities are
lized and structured for the older C130E/H airframes. The C-13OJ-30 airframe is 15 feet
.onger than current mission airframes and there is no available maintenance hangar space
:o accmdate new mission aircraft. The existing tail doors, exhaust system, and vapor
rench are not configured for the C-13OJ-30 aircraft.
MISSION FAILURE - no covered fuel cell maintenance can be
Aircraft will not be available to perform flying operations in a
Iccomplished.
rustainable -er. There is no viable work around that will meet mission needs and
iuture mission requirements. New C-13OJ-30 aircraft cannot be supported due to the
.ncreased fuselage length and will not be available to eupport the training mission.
hngar space required to support new aircraft is not available for fuel cell maintenance
MPACT IF NOT PROVIDED:
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1. COMPONENT
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
3. INSTALLATION AND LDCATIDN
4. PROJECT TITLE
LITTLE RDCKNRFORCE BASE, ARKANSAS
C-13OJ ADAL HANGAR 280
5. PROGRAM ELEMENT
41132
2. DATB
(ccmputer generated)
AIR PORCB
6. CATEGORY CODE
211-179
7. PRDJBCT NUNBXR
NKAx053000
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
1,167
operations. Maintenance will have to be accanpliehed at other base locations, furthering
&he negative mission impact at Little Rock.
SDITIONW:
Tbie project meets the criteria/scope specified in Air Force Handbook 32,084, n Facilities Requirementern.
Base Civil Engineer: Lt Co1 Robert E. Moriarty, (501)
'31-3322. Addition:
293 SN = 3,153 SF.
ronIT
USE CERTIFICATION: This facility can be ueed by other componenta on an .a8
wailablem basis: however, the ecope of the project ie baaed on Air Force requirmts.
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1. [email protected]
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJRCI DATA
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PRGJRCI
LITTLR RGCRNRFORCR WE, ARKANSAS
C-13OJ ADAL HANGAR 200
5 . PRGGRAM BLRMRNT
2. DATE
(ccmrputer generated)
AIR FGRCR
6 . CATRGGRY CGDB
41132
211-179
7. PROJECT N'UMBRR
TITLE
8 . PROJECT COST
NKAKO53008
($000)
1,167
12. SUPPLENRNTAL DATA:
a. Estimated Deeigu Data:
(1) Status:
(a) Date Design Started
(b) Parametric Cost Estimates used to develop costs
l (c)
Percent Complete as of 01 JAN 2003
l
(d) Date 35% Designed
(e) Date Design Complete
(f) Energy Study/Life-Cycle analysis was/will be performed
lo-APB-02
YES
15%
lo-AUG-02
lo-AUG-03
YES
(2) Basis:
(a) Standard or Definitive Design (b) Where Design Was Most Recently Used -
No
(3) Total @at (c) = (a) + (b) or (d) + (e):
(a) Production of Plane and Specifications
(b) All Other Design Costs
(c) Total
(d) Contract
(e) In-house
(SOOO)
(4) Construction Contract Award
0 3 DEC!
(5) Construction Start
04 JAN
(6) Construction Completion
0 4 ocr
72
36
109
96
12
* Indicates ccarpletion of Project Definition with Parametric Cost Estimate
which is comparable to traditional 35% design to ensure valid scope,
cost and executability.
b. Equipment associated with this project provided from other appropriations:
N/A
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1. COMPONENT
1I
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM
12.
DATE
I
AIR FORCE
I
3I. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. COMMAND:
5. AREA CONST
ElEALE AIR FORCE BASE,
AIR COMBAT COMMAND
COST INDEX
C:ALIFORNIA
I
1.22
6i. Personnel
PERMANENT
STUDENTS
SUPPORTED
C strength
OFF ENL
CIV OFF ENL CIV
OFF
ENL
CIV
TOTAL
;G OF 30 SEP 02
345
2847 415
17
91
5
2
22
48
3,79;
E.ND FY 2007
345
2865 415
17
91
5
2
22
48
3,811
7‘. INVENTORY DATA ($000)
aI. Total Acreage:
22,944
I:1. Inventory Total as of : (30 Sep 02)
1,333,00,
C:. Authorization Not Yet in Inventory:
36,02
aI. Authorization Requested in this Program:
22,301
!. Authorization Included in the Following Program:
(FY 2005)
39,13’
ff, Planned in Next Four Years Program:
52,5or
81,89!
51. Remaining Deficiency:
t I. Grand Total:
1,564,85
E I. PROJECTS REQUESTED IN THIS PROGRAM:
(FY 2004)
C:ATEGORY
.COST DESIGN STATUS
PROJECT TITLE
SCOPE
$.OOO S T A R T C M P L
i:ODE
2!ll-179
Global Hawk Upgrade Dock
2,420 SM
8,958 May-02
Sep-0:
7‘21-312
Global Hawk Dormitory
96 RM
13,342 Design
Built
cTotal
22,300
E)a. Future Projects: Included in the Following Program:
(FY2005)
1 41-753
Global Hawk Squad Operations-FOL 1,500 SM
7,062
2!ll-173
Global Hawk Add to AGE Facility
376 SM
1,548
2!ll-173
Global Hawk Upgrade Dock 2
2,420 SM
8,320
7‘21-312
Dormitory (144 RM)
144 RM
14,945
Global Hawk Visiting Quarters
7‘24-417
2,040 SM
7,256
Total
39,131
5lb. Future Projects: Typical Planned Next Four Years:
4!ll-111
Upgrade Dock 4
1,369 SM
4,200
Aircraft Corosion Control Facility
2!ll-159
5,386 SM
27,000
7‘21-312
Dormitory (60 RM)
60 RM
6,300
7‘37-884
Child Development Center
3,555 SM
15,000
Etc. Real Property Maintenance Backlog This Installation:
39
1IO. Mission or Major Functions: A reconnaissance wing which includes two U-2 reconnaissance squadrons,
C )ne of which is responsible for training all U-2 aircrews; a Contingency Airborne Reconnaissance System
( CARS); an Air Fore Space Command missile warning squadron which operates one of the Phased Array
cwarning System (PAVE PAWS) radars; and an Air Force Reserve wing with KC-135 aircraft. Base will be
flirst beddown location for Global Hawk UAV.
1Il. Outstanding Pollution and Safety (OSHA) Deficiencies:
0
a. Air pollution
b. Water Pollution
0
c. Occupational Safety and Health
0
d. Other Environmental
L
I:ID Form 1390,9 Jul 00
0
55
FX 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJRCl' DATA
I
4. PROJECT TITLB
3. INSTALLATION AND =TION
)BEALBAIRFORCBRASB,
1 GLOBAL HANK UPGRADE DOCK
CALIFORNIA
5. PROGW ELEMENT
I
I
2. DATE
(computer generated)
AIR FORCB
I
I
35205
6. CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJECT NDMB=
I
211-179
BAEY041017R1
9.
COST
8. PROJ'Rm COST ($000)
I
Auth:
APP~P:
9.139
8,958
EST11
UNIT
COST
GLOBAL HANK UPGRADS DOCK
3,983
UPGRADE DOCK
(
3,983)
(
3,151)
SUPPORTING FACILITIES
4,261
UTILITIES
SITE IMPROVEMRNTS
P
A
-
(
S
321)
( 448)
ASBESMS/LBAD PAINT ABATEMENT
2,420
141
(
SUBTOTAL
341)
8,244
CONTINGEHCY
( 5.0 %)
412
TOTAL CONTRACT COST
8,656
SUPERVISION, IN&CTION AND OVMHBAD
( 5.7 %)
493
TOTAL RBQDBST
9,150
TOTAL REQDBST (ROUNDED)
9,139
EQUIPWENT PROM OTHER APPROPRIATIONS (NON-ADD)
(
93.0)
10. Deecription of Proposed Construction: Renovate Dock 3 to include high-expansion
foam fire euppreeeion system (BIEX). explosion-proof electrical dietribution end
lighting, IiVAC, roof & aiding, aebeetoe abatement, exterior electric upgrade, fuel
spill collection trench, and landscaping.
11. REQDIREMENT:
PROJECT:
0 SM
ADBQUATB: 0 SM
SWSTANDARD: 0 SM
Dpgrade Dock 3 for Global Hawk beddown.
(New blieeion)
REQUIRxMENr:
Global Hawk maintenance personnel require covered dock space to perform
required fuel cell maintenance on assigned aircraft. Dock 3 has been identified by the
Global Hawk Site Activation Taek Force ae meeting part of this requirement.
CURRENT SITUATION: Dock 3 wae constructed in 1958 and lacks a foam fire euppreeeion
system required to extinguish aircraft fires. The dock is not equipped to conduct fuel
cell maintenance activities due to the lack of fuel spill collection trenches end
associated trench ventilation eyetem. The roof panels leak and have deteriorating
The electrical system is in disrepair and requires complete removal and
insulation.
replacement with an explosion-proof system. The out&or switchgear ie deteriorated and
ie no longer weather-proof. The HVAC system is antiquated end requires replacement.
The dock currently has
The dock doore require repairs to the rolling eyetem and locks.
insufficient lighting. Abatement ie required for asbeetoe and lead.
IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Global Hawk would have insufficient apace to maintain ite
aircraft. ~hie would severely impact the mission of Global Hawk.
Thie project meets the criteria and scope specified in Air Force Handbook
ADDITIONAL:
32-1084, "Facility Requirements". A preliminary analyeia of reasonable options for
accompliehing this project (status quo, renovation, upgrade/removal, new construction)
was done. It indicates there ie only one option that will meet operational
A certificate of exception haae been prepared.
requirements.
Base Civil Engineer: Lt
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1 . COMPONBNT
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
(computer generated)
AIR FORCE
3. INSTAUATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
BEALE AIR FORCE BASE,
GLOBAL HAWK UPGRADE DOCK
5. PROGRAR ELRMRNT
35205
2. DATE
CALIFORNIA
6. CATEGORY CODE
211-179
7. PROJBCI NUMRRR
RAEY041017Rl
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
9,139
'01 Gregory M. Perkinson, (530) 634-2942.
'OINT USE CERTIPICATION: Mission requirements, operational considerations, and location
ire incompatible with use by other components.
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1. COMPONENT
2. DATE
FY 2004 B¶ILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
(computer generated)
AIR FORCE
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
BRALE AIR FORCE BASE, CALIFORNIA
GLOBAL HANK UPGRADE DOCK
5. PROGRAM ELEMENT
6. CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJECT NUMEER
35205
211-179
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
SAEY041017Rl
9,139
12. SUPP LEMXNTAL DATA:
a. Estimated Design Data:
(1) Statue:
(a) Date Design Started
(b) Parametric Cost Betimatee used to develop costs
l (c) Percent Complete
ae of 01 JAN 2003
l (d) Date 35% Designed
(e) Date Design Complete
(f) Energy Study/Life-Cycle analyeis was/will be performed
29-MAY-02
YES
15%
OS-AUG-02
Ol-SEP-03
YES
(2) Basis:
(a) Standard or Definitive Design (b) Where Deeign Wee Most Recently Ueed -
NO
(3) Total Coat (c) I (a) + (b) or (d) + (e):
(a) Prod:‘ction of Plans end Specifications
(b) All Other Design Coats
(c) Total
(d) Contract
(e) In-house
($000)
548
274
822
731
91
(4) Construction Contract Award
04 JAN
(5) Construction Start
04 FEB
(6) Construction Completion
05 AU0
l
Indicates coqletion of Project Definition with Parametric Coet Estimate
which ie camparable to traditional 35% design to ensure valid scope,
coat and executability.
b. Equivnt associated with this project provided from other appropriationa:
EQDIPMENT NOMENCLATDRE
COMMUNICATION EQUIP/WIRING
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PROCURING
APPROPRIATION
FISCAL YEAR
APPROPRIATED
OR REQUESTED
3400
2004
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COST
($000)
93
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1. COMPONENT
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
2. DATE
(computer generated)
AIR FORCE
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
BEALEAIR FORCE BASE, CALIFORNIA
GLOBAL HANK DORMITORY (96 RM)
5. PROGRAM Em
6. CATEGGRY CODE 7. PROJBCT NUMBER
35205
721-312
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
Auth:
APP~P:
BABY051001
9.
COST
ESTIMATES
UNIT
SLOBAL HANK DORWITORY (96 RX)
COST
Ls
DORMITORY
SW
ANTITERRORISM FORCE PROTECFION
LS
SUPPORTING
13,611
13,342
7,827
3,655
2,120
(
7.749)
( 78)
FACILITIES
4,497
UTILITIES
LS
SITE IMPROWS
Ls
PAVEMENTS
LS
DEMlLITION (EENNELI
SN
279
150
( 42)
SPECIAL FOUNDATIONS
SM
7,310
21
( 154)
COMMUNICATIONS SUPPORT
a*-
LS
325
3,802
DOGEENNEL
SE4
( 981)
(
( 412)
( 109)
SWTOTAL
(
1,236)
12,323
CONTINGENCY
616
( 5.0 %I
TOTAL CONTRTCI' COST
12,940
SUPERVISION, INSPECTION AND OVERBEAD
738
( 5.7 %)
TOTAL REQUEST
13,677
TOTAL REQUBST (ROUNDED)
EQUIPMENT
1.564)
FROM
OTBER
13,611
APPROPRIATIONS
(NON-ADD)
(
765)
LO.
Description of Proposed Conetruction:
Reinforced concrete foundation and floor
llabl3, masonry walls, standing eeam metal roof, utilities, fire detection/protection,
lite improvements, landscaping, access road, sidewalke, special foundatione,
:onununication support and demolition of old kennel (279 SBf).
Includes construction of
mw kennel in the way of construction. Force protection standarda are included.
Lir Conditioning:
11. REQUIRRMEWI:
?ROJ!Wl':
480 KW.
749 RM
Grade
Mix:
El-X4
ADEQUATE: 449 RM
Construct a dormitory (96 8X).
96
SUBSTANDARD: 0 RM
(New Mission)
The Global Hawk (GB) Site Activation Task Force (SATAF) validated a GE
=QUIm:
niseion-driven requirement for a new 96 pereon dormitory. A major Air Force objective
,rovidee unaccompanied enlisted personnel with housing conducive to their proper rest,
:elaxation and personal well-being. Properly designed and furnished quarters providing
some degree of individual privacy are essential to the successful accomplishment of the
increasingly cwlicated and important jobs these people must perform. Force protection
vi11 comply with minimum DOD interim etandarde.
--URRRNT SITUATION: There ie no exceae dormitory space available on Beale AFB. Baeed on
:he Air Force Dormitory Master Plan, Beale currently has a dormitory deficit of 300
rooms and the closest suitable off-base housing for unaccompanied personnel ie
approximately 20 miles from the bane.
The OH mission will increase this deficit. A new
dormitory is neceeeary to help reduce this deficit.
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1. COMPONRNT
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
4. PROJECT TITLE
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
BRALE AIR FORCE BASE, CALIFORNIA
5. PROGRAM
2. DATE
(computer generated)
AIR FORCE
ELEMENT
35205
6. CATEGORY
721-312
GLOBAL HAWK DORMITORY (96 RM)
CODE 7. PROJECT NUMBER
BABY051001
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
13,611
tMPACI IF NOT PROVIDED: Adequate living quarters will continue to be unavailable
resulting in degradation of morale, productivity, and career eatiefaction for
reaccompanied enlisted personnel.
mDITIONAL: This project meets the criteria/scope specified in Air Force Handbook 321084, "Facility Requirements".
A preliminary analysis of reasonable optione for
accompliehing this project (etatue quo, renovation, upgrade/removal, new construction)
rrae done. It indicate8 there is only one option that will meet operational
A certificate of exception has been prepared.
ceguiremente.
FYOl Unaccampauied Housing
RPM Conducted: $143.83; FYO2 Unaccompanied Housing RPM Conducted: $76.8K. Future
Unaccompanied Housing RPM requirement6 (estimated) : FYO3: $9,58OK; FYO4: $l,SOOK; FYOS:
$84~.
Base Civil Engineer: Lt Co1 Gregory Y. Perkineon, (530) 634-2942. Dormitory:
3,655 SM = 39,328 SF.
JOINT USE CERTIFICATION: Mission requirements, operational considerations, and location
are incoqatible with use by other components.
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2. DATE
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AIR FORCE
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
BEALE AIR FORCE BASE, CALIFORNIA
GLOBAL HAWK DORMITORY (96 RW)
5. PROGRAM ELEMENT
6. CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJECT NUMBER
35205
721-312
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
BAEYo51001
13,611
12. SUPP LEMENTAL DATA:
a. Estimated Design Data:
(1) Project to be accomplished by design-build procedures
(2) Basis:
(a) Standard or Definitive Design (b) Where Design Wae Moat Recently Used -
NO
(3) All Other Design Coats
370
(4) Construction Contract Award
04 JAN
(5) Construction Start
04 MAY
(6) Construction Completion
06 JON
(7) Energy Study/Life-Cycle analysis was/will be performed
YES
b. Equipment associated with this project provided from other appropriations:
PROCURING APPRO
FISCAL YEAR
APPROPRIATED
OR REQUESTED
3400
2004
EQUIPWENT NOMENCLATURE
FURNISHINGS
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765
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1
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM
12. DATE
AIR FORCE
I
I
IINSTALLATION AND LOCATION
COMMAND:
5. AREA CONST
AIR FORCE MATERIEL
EIDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE
COST INDEX
COMMAND:
C:ALIFORNIA
1.29
I
STUDENTS
Ei. Personnel
PERMANENT
SUPPORTED
Cstrength
CIV OFF ENL CIV
OFF ENL
OFF
ENL
TOTAL
CIV
;4s OF 30 SEP 02
2607 2840
575
29
20
6,?5b
659
EEND FY 2007
2475 2904
565
29
20
6,65:2
659
7‘. INVENTORY DATA ($000)
1Total Acreage:
300,723
IInventory Total as of : (30 Sep 02)
3,294,92: 2
1 juthorization Not Yet in Inventory:
16,1115
1 iuthorization Requested in this Program:
19,061 0
1 iuthorization Included in the Following Program:
(FY 2005)
9,96! 5
F‘Ianned in Next Four Years Program:
161,3115
Fqemaining Deficiency:
128,3010
(brand Total:
3,629,67; 6
E5. PROJECTS REQUESTED IN THIS PROGRAM:
(FY 2004)
(ZATEGORY
COST DESIGN STATUI;
PROJECT TITLE
SCOPE
!§,OOO S T A R T C M P L
I ZODE
,
.311-115
Addition/Renovate Joint Strike Fighter
15,588 SM 19,060 Design Build
@mplex, Ph 1
Total
19,060
c)a. Future Projects: Included in the Following Program:
(FY2005)
,311-115
Addition/Renovate Joint Strike Fighter
6,878
SM 9,965
Complex, Ph 2
Total
9,965
z)b. Future Projects: Typical Planned Next Four Years:
42
111-111
Runway
HE 98,815
Replace Information Tech Operations
131-111
3,250
SM 15,500
Center
Replace Base Operations Facility
1,950
141-453
SM 6,500
Propulsion
Energetics
Science
31 o-993
3,446
SM 14,100
Laboratory
96
721-312
Dormitory
RM 12,400
5,051
SM 14,000
742-674
Fitness Center
! 3c. Real Propery Maintenance Backlog This Installation
10’8
10. Mission or Major Functions: Air Force Flight Test Center which is responsible for flight test activities for
ialI USAF aircraft and related avionics, flight control, and weapons systems; a test wing; an air base wing; Air
I-orce Test Pilot School; the Propulsion Directorate of the Air Force Research Laboratory; a space
Isurveillance squadron; and a landing site for the space shuttle.
11. Outstanding pollution and Safety (OSHA Deficiencies:
1,820
a. Air pollution
b. Water Pollution
7,772
c. Occupational Safety and Health
0
d. Other Environmental
0
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62
1. CONPONENT
2. DATE
FY 2004 XILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
AIR FORCE
(computer generated)
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, CALIFORNIA
ADDITION/RENOVATE JSF COWPLRX, PHASE I
5. PROGRAM ELRWRNT
6. CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJECT NDWBER
27142
311-115
9.
FSPW043503
COST
8. PROJRCI COST ($000)
Auth:
Approp:
19,444
19,060
ESTIMATES
RENOVATE JSF COMPLEX, PHASE I
ALTER El820
ALTER B1807
WODIFY CONTROL RW AT RIDLRY COWTROL CENTER
( 1,118 1
NRW MDNITIONS WAINTRNANCR FACILITY
NEW wARxN0lJSE
SUPPORTING FACILITIES
REPAIR APRON PAVENENT
REPAIR AND RXTRND PARKING
SUBTOTAL
I
CONTINGENCY
( 5.0 %)
TOTAL CONTRACT COST
SDPERVISION, INSPECTION AND OVERHEAD
TOTAL REQUEST
10. Description of Proposed Construction: Renovate Development Test Facilities to
include modern infrastructure, and properly configured offices, hangar and work areas.
Construct new munitions maintenance facility and warehouse.
11. RRQUIRRWRm:
PROJECT:
254,786SW
ADEQUATE: 25 SN
SUBSTANDARD: 251,786SM
Addition/Renovate Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) Complex, Phase I.
(New Mission)
The JSF program requires au adequately configured facility site to support
RRQUIRRWRNT:
To support DID
the lO+ yr. Developmental Test (DT) program of the JSF aircraft.
efforts, the facilities must have modern infrastructure capable of supporting
administrative and shop personnel and 9 DT aircraft. To avoid delays, the MLCON must
be completed 6 months prior to the arrival of the first aircraft in Ott 85 to allow
No other facilities are available to
installation and calibration of support equipment.
support this effort. All 9 DT aircraft require hangar space to protect limited, preProduction assets, and to allow simultaneous work on all aircraft. Each aircraft
requires space for test ops and equipment, conference rooms, ops counter, life support
space, mission brief/da-brief rooms, COWSEC storage, and TS/SAR storage.
CDRRRNT SITDATION: The current facilities are improperly configured to support the RWD
phase of the JSF program, and the existing infrastructure is inadequate. The existing
fire protection systems, lighting systm, electrical distribution systems and security
systems are inadequate. The existing water system is almost 50 years old, and has
failed 6 times in the past 3 months. qua to extensive interior rusting, several hundred
feet of pipe must be removed to find adequate wall thickness to accomplish repairs.
Each break dislocates personnel for an average of 3 days, and requires a shut down of
the entire water system for at least 2 days. Two of these breaks occurred during the
winter months, shutting down the water heating system. Roof leaks require test personnel
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AIR FORCE
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2. DATE
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3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, CALIFORNIA
ADDITION/RENOVATE JSF COMPLEX, PHASE I
5. PROGRAM ELEMENT
27142
6. CATEGORY CODE
311-115
I. PROJECT NUMBER
FSPM043503
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
19,444
over desks, computers and chairs with plastic sheets to prevent water damage.
The
lriginal gypsum board ceiling system contains asbestos and was abandoned in place and
This ceiling is now contaminated with asbestos,
C ovared by a new suspended ceiling.
w Qich ends up on desks,
floors and offices when the roof leaks. Twice in the past year,
20 ft tall by 7 ft wide, have blown off into an adjacent
S heat metal siding panels,
larking
lot
missing
cars
and
staff personnel. The paneling system is nearly 50 years
P
end requires significant repairs to ensure system integrity.
0ld,
Cooling system parts
a.ra pillaged to repair adjacent units; replacement parts are no longer readily
a*vailable.
Existing admin areas are lined with walled offices, which limit optimum
8ipace usage, and thwart reengineering efficiencies. The facilities do not have adequate
8iecura space for processing and storage of TS/SAR level data, classified discussions,
Pbra and post flight briefings, flight planning, aircraft operation scheduling, and
8storage of parts and equipment to support aircraft operations.
C
0
2:MPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: The JSF EMD/DT program will be implemented out of a "forced
uma", 1950s vintage structure. Failure to upgrade this facility will impact testing of
cur nation's next generation aircraft's development, resulting in milestones not mat,
bigher cost to contractors overhead, daily operation and increasing taxpayer's burdens.
Slignificant costs end schedule delays will be incurred if the government cannot provide
The Air Force Flight Test
t:ha facility required by this diverse Joint Test Force (JTF).
Clentar's mission to operate as a world class facility will be impeded by a substandard
wrorking environment.
This project meets the criteria/scope specified in Air Force Handbook 321DDITIONAL:
I.084, "Facility Requirements". An economic analysis has bean prepared comparing the
revitalization and status quo operation. Based on the
a Llternatives of new construction,
rLet present values and benefits of the respective alternative renovation was found to be
Base Civil Engineer: Co1 James
t:he most cost efficient over the life of the project.
Jrudkins, (805) 277-2918. Altar B1820: 12,613SM = 135,712SF; Alter B1807: 1,115SM =
Munitions Maintenance Facility:
I.2, OOOSF; Warehouse:
930SM = 10,OOOSF.
930 SM I.O,OOO SF. Design Build - Design Cost (4% of Subtotal Cost): $701,200.
ilOINT USE CERTIFICATION: This facility can be used by other components on en "as
aavailable" basis; however, the scope of the project is based on Air Force requirements.
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(computer
AIR FORCE
2. DATE
generated)
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, CALIFORNIA
ADDITION/RENOVATE JSF COMPLEX, PHASE I
5. PROGRAM ELEMENT
6. CATEGORY CODE I. PROJECT NUMBER
21142
311-115
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
FSPM043503
19,444
12. SUPPLEMENTAL DATA:
a. Estimated Design Data:
(1) Project to be accomplished by design-build procedures
(2) Basis:
(a) Standard or Definitive Design (b) Where Design Wae Most Recently Used (3) All Other Design Costs
NO
526
(4) Construction Contract Award
03 DEC
(5) Construction Start
04 JAN
(6) Construction Completion
05 JUN
(7) Energy Study/Life-Cycle analysis was/will be performed
YES
b. Equipment associated with this project provided from other appropriations:
N/A
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1. COMPONENT
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM
2. DATE
AIR FORCE
COMMAND:
INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
5. AREA CONST
AIR FORCE SPACE
BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE
COST INDEX
COLORADO
COMMAND
1
1.02
STUDENTS
6. Personnel
PERMANENT
SUPPORTED
I
OFF ENL CIV
Strength
ENL
CIV
OFF
ENL
CIV
TOTAL
AS OF 30 SEP 02
2242
731
0
0
0
0
0
0
3,218
-..- FY ---.
-.END
2007
1I
2421
2213--.-746
0
0
0
0
0
0
3,201
7. INVENTORY DATA ($090)
Total Acreage:
3,832
Inventory Total as of: (30 Sep 02)
406,499
Authorization Not Yet in Inventory:
57,700
Authorization Requested in this Program:
6,957
Authorization Included in the Following Program:
(FY 2005)
10,318
Planned in Next Four Years Program:
88,500
Remaining Deficiency:
0
Grand Total:
569,974
8. PROJECTS REQUESTED IN THIS PROGRAM:
(FY 2004)
CATEGORY
COST DESIGN STATUS
CODE
PROJECT TITLE
SCOPE
S.000 S T A R T C M P L
851-147
Upgrade Base Infrastructure, Ph 3
LS
6,957 Apr-03 Sep-03
Total
6,957
9a. Future Projects: Included in the Following Program:
(FY2005)
730-773
Chapel Center
2,423 SM
5,111
740-884
Child Development Center
2,248 SM
5.207
Total
101318
9b. Future Projects: Typical Planned Next Four Years:
131-111
ADAL Communications Facility
3,347 SM
10,900
124-l 35
Consolidated Fuels Center
7,600
420K GL
740-873
Leadership Development Ctr
2100 SM
5,400
442-758
Logistics Complex
1900 SM
4,000
61 O-243
Consolidated Services Facility
3,171 SM
6,200
171-478
Outdoor Arms Range
3,100
605 SM
730-835
Security Forces Operations Facility
2,390 SM
7,200
730-441
Education Center
2,045 SM
4,000
214-425
Vehicle Maintenance Facility
1,812 SM
4,200
179-511
Fire Training Facility
IEA
3,500
721-312
Dormitory, 132 RM
132 RM
8,300
851-147
Widen 6th Avenue
1524 M
3,500
742-674
Add/Alter Fitness Center
687 SM
3,500
442-758
Consolidated Base Warehouse
9,100
9,293 SM
IEA
Upgrade Base Infrastructure PH IV
8,000
851-147
9c. Real Propery Maintenance Backlog This Installation
24
10. Mission or Major Functions: A space group; a space warning squadron; an operations support
squadron; Aerospace Data Facility; an Air Force Reserve Command space warning squadron; and an Air
National Guard wing with F-16 aircraft.
11. Outstanding pollution and Safety (OSHA) Deficiencies:
2.32
a. Air pollution
6.4
b. Water Pollution
0
c. Occupational Safety and Health
12.3
d. Other Environmental
66
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
1. CONPONENT
2. DATE
(computer generated)
AIR FORCE
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
BUCELBY AIR FORCE BASE, COLORADO
UPGRADE BASE INFRASTRUCTURE, PBASE III
5. PROGRAM ELEMEWT
6. CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJECT NUMBER
851-147
35996
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
COST
9.
ESTIMATES
COST
UNIT
LS
IPGRADE BASE INFRASTRUCTURE, PH III
5,044
LN
18,379
106
LN
1,770
146
WEWROADS
2,885
257
ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTION/COI'E4 DUCT BANE
6,336
289
2,103
271
EXISTING
RO AD
( REBUILDIN G)
EXISTING ROADS (WEDIMI/CURB/GUTTER)
:I
LN
STORMDRAINAGE
IAt4
1,200
95
SANITARY SEWER NAINS
Ial
2,438
134
GAS DISTRIBUTION MAINS
IAl
1,200
45
WATER
DISTRIBUTION
7,019
6,957
Auth:
Approp:
CRWUO53003
WINS
IUPPORTING FACILITIES
I
OTBER SUPPORTING FACILITIES
(
1,948)
(
258)
(
(
741)
1,831)
(
570)
( 114 1
(
327)
(
54)
575
LS
(
XTBTOTAL
575
6,419
ZOWTINGENCY
( 5.0 %)
321
POTAL CONTRACT COST
6,740
( 5.7 %)
UJPERVISION, INSPECTION AND OVERBEAD
384
NTAL REQUEST
7,124
POTAL REQUEST (ROUNDED)
7,019
.o. Description of Proposed Construction: Upgrade primary base infrastructure systems
:o include electrical, potable water, gas, fire suppression water system, sanitary
lewers, storm drainage, street lighting, traffic signal, roadways, median strip, curb
md gutter, ccmmnmications duct bank and supporting systems.
ADEQUATE: LS
.l. REQUI RENENT:
LS
Upgrade
'ROJECT:
infrastructure,
base
phase
SUBSTANDARD:LS
III.
(New Mission)
Buckley Air Force Base requires an infrastructure system upgrade to bring
lEQUIREMENT:
lrimary roadways and utilities to current standards. These improvements are needed to
ccormzodate increased numbers of personnel and facilities at Buckley AFB concurrent with
he establishment of the 460th Air Base Wing (ABW). The SECAF and CSAF established Air
orce Space Cozzzan d (AFSPC) as the installation host effective 1 October 2000. Reliable
tilities and serviceable roadways are required to support the existing and future new
acilities at the base. The new mission buildup for the ABW requires supporting
xpansion of utilities, comm duct bank and roads.
URPEWT SITUATION: The existing water supply is undersized in most areas. Future
ddition of new facilities cannot be supported by the existing water distribution
Sanitary and storm sewer lines are inadequate to handle the additional demand
ystezl.
Future
reated by new facilities. The existing gas supply is undersized in most areas.
ddition of new facilities cannot be supported by the existing gas distribution system.
oads around the perimeter fence of the entire base are severely deteriorated and
Improved and additional secondary streets are needed to connect
equire resurfacing.
xisting facilities together and some existing streets will require medians to safely
. -.
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1. COMPONENT
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
(computer
AIR FORCE
2. DATE
generated)
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE, COLORADO
UPGRADE BASE INFRASTRUCTURE, PHASE III
5. PROGRAM ELEMENT
35996
6. CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJECT NUMBER
851-147
CRWUO53003
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
7,019
ccormaodate increased traffic volume. Two existing roads need to be re-routed to avoid
:he runway's clear zone areas. The existing electrical service is 600 Amps, which will
le inadequate to supply the base after the build-up. Cables in the south east quadrant
Overhead cables must be re-routed underground.
If the base require re-routing.
:X-PACT IF NOT PROVIDED:
Failure to upgrade and extend essential utility systems will
lake it impossible to properly and safely operate new facilities being added to Buckley
LFB. Existing utility systams and roads are currently either at their maximum capacity
jr are deteriorated. Failure to resurface principal traffic arteries in conjunction
rith the activation of the new Air Base Wing will accelerate their deterioration and
.esult in escalated repair costs at a later date along with potential safety hazards.
Failure to extend and improve water distribution, gas distribution, sewer systems,
electrical distribution and conrmunications trunks will make services to existing
iacilities unreliable, overloaded and subject to outages.
SDITIONAL:
There is no criteria/scope for this project in Part II of Military Handbook
.190, "Facility Planning and Design Guide". A preliminary analysis of the reasonable
Bptions for accomplishing this project (status quo, renovation, upgrade/removal, new
It indicates that only two of the options, new
:onstruction and/or leasing) was done.
:onstruction and upgrade/removal, will meet operational requirements. A Certificate of
brception has been prepared. Base Civil Engineer: Lt Co1 Alfred C. Scharff, (303) 677i501.
lOINT USE CERTIFICATION: This is an installation utility/infrastructure project, and
loes not qualify for joint use at this location. However, all tenants on this
.nstallation are benifited by this project.
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1. COMPONENT
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
(computer
AIR FORCE
2. DATE
generated)
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE, COLORADO
UPGRADE BASE INFRASTRUCTURE, PHASE
III
5. PROGRAM ELEMENT
6. CATEGORY CODE
35996
851-147
7. PROJECT NUMBER
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
CRWUO53003
1,019
12. SUPPLEMENTAL DATA:
a. Estimated Design Data:
(1) Status:
(a) Date Design Started
(b) Parametric Cost Estimates used to develop costs
* (c) Percent Complete as of 01 JAN 2003
l
(d) Date 35% Designed
(e) Date Design Complete
(f) Energy Study/Life-Cycle analysis was/will be performed
02-APR-02
YES
15%
lo-AUG-02
Ol-SEP-03
YES
(2) Basis:
(a) Standard or Definitive Design (b) Where Design Was Most Recently Used -
NO
(3) Total Cost (c) - (a) + (b) or (d) + (e) t
(a) Production of Plans and Specifications
(b) All Other Design Costs
(c) Total
(d) Contract
(e) In-house
($000)
426
213
639
539
100
(4) Construction Contract Award
03 DEC
(5) Construction Start
04 JAN
(6) Construction Completion
05 FEB
* Indicates completion of Project Definition with Parametric Cost Estimate
which is comparable to traditional 35% deeign to ensure valid scope,
cost and executability.
b. Equipment associated with this project provided from other appropriations:
N/A
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Inventory Total as of: (30 Sep 02)
Authorization Not Yet in Inventory:
;Authorization Requested in this Program:
,Authorization Included in the Following Program:
IPlanned in Next Four Years Program:
Remaining Deficiency:
~Grand Total:
(FY 2005)
8. PROJECTS REQUESTED IN THIS PROGRAM:
CATEGORY
CODE
PROJECT TITLE
AF Central Adjudication Facility
610-287
‘9a. Future Projects: Included in the Following Program:
None
9b. Future Projects: Typical Planned Next Four Years:
CE Maintenance and Readiness Fat
219944
Wrng Administrative Facility
610-128
Upgrade Cheshire Dormitory
721-315
Upgrade Matihs Dormitory
724-417
Visiting Quarters
724-417
Add/Alter Main Library
738-675
Repair Fence Main Gate
906-174
9c. Real Prooerv Maintenance Backloa This Installation
I
551,780
3,473
9,300
cl
36,750
15,000
616,303
(FY 2004)
COST DESIGN STATI
SCOPE
S.000 S T A R T CMPI
4989 SM
9,300 Apr-02
Sep
Total
9,300
(FY2005)
1,473
4,645
1,823
5,490
5,880
1,207
250
SM
SM
SM
SM
SM
SM
LM
3,750
8,100
2,000
6,000
12,600
3,000
1,300
10. Mission or Major Functions: A support wing for Air Force Personnel in the National Capital Region;
Headquarters USAF functions includng Chief of Chaplains; Surgen General, and Historian; Headquarters
Air Force Office of Special Investigation; Air Force Office of Scientific Research; Air Force Legal Services
Agency; Air Force Medical Operations Agency; USAF Band; and USAF Honor Guard.
11. Outstanding pollution and Safety (OSHA Deficiencies:
0
a. Air pollution
b. Water Pollution
0
c. Occupational Safety and Health
0
d. Other Environmental
0
I
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70
l.c0WP0WRWT
P'Y 2004 MILITARY C0WSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
3. IWSTNJATI~ NUD L0CATI0W
BOLLIM;IAIR
FORCE BAW, DIBTRICTOF COLUWRIA
5. PR0GRAW m
6. cn'rEGoRY CODE
AF CRbWRAL ADXJDICATIOW FACILITY
7. PROJECT NUMBKR
8. PR~IIRCT COST ($000)
RRURO20003
610-287
91212
2. DATE
(canputer generated)
I
4. PROdECT TITLE
AIRFORCS
9,300
UNIT
COST
Lp m AlXJUDICATION FACILITY
CRWIRAL
5,200
3,674
ADJUDICATION FACILITY
1,375
(
ANTITRRRORISWFORCE PR0TRCTION
RlPpORT3dlo
5,052)
(
FACILITIES
148)
3,128
UTILITIRS
(
650)
PA-S
(
350)
SITR IWPR0wmmNTs
(
250)
-
(
350)
(
250)
-
C~WW~WICATIONS
SCIF
1,966
IuBmTAL
650
(
.'
:omm
8,328
( 5.0 %)
416
!oTAL COlymucT COST
uJPRRvISIOW,
1,278)
8,744
IWSPRCTION AND B
( 6.0 %)
525
FOTAL REQUEST
9,269
lOTALREQUl!tST (R0UWDRD)
9,300
0. Description of Proposed Ccnstruction:
Three-story steel structure with concrete
Dread foundatiou/slab, exteriorbrick walls, sud metal roof.
Iucludes Heating,
'entilatiug, Air Couditiouiug, aud Electrical systems, Sensitive CaaDartmemted
nfomaution Facility (SCIF), aud all other supports. Cmly with DoD interim minimum
orce protection construction staudards.
ir Conditioning:
l.RRQUIRmIRtuT:
ROJECT:
liesion)
38ORW.
3,674SW
ADEQUATE: aN
SUBSTANMRD:
1,700SW
Construct au Air Force Central Adjudication Facility (APCAP).
(current
EQuIBmmwT : An adequate facility is required to consolidate the AFCAF functions at
lolliug AFR. The facility to be in cmliance with the Director of Central Iutelligeucc
Directive (DCID) for SCIF. Ccaply with DOD interim minimum force protection
:onstNction standards.
7lRRRWT SITUATIOW: AFCAF persouuel are currently occuwing a poorly configured and
leteriorated space in a converted aircraft hangar aud a semi-Dexmenent facility.
dditioually special Access Programs (SAP), located at Wright Pattersou AFR and
'antagon, is being consolidated under AFCAF. Facility constraints, burgeoning workload,
md increasing manpower reguiremeuts hsmper organizational effectiveness. There is no
acm on Rolling AFR to accamoda te ApcAIr in existing buildings. Leasing space would
rost approximately $SOOK per year and ex&xme a critical Air Force aperation to possible
errorist activities. The curreut facility is not configured to receive, sort, store,
nd destroy the 75 tous of mail it receives auuually. Critical space shortages have, at
i.ZM, required personnel work both day and night shifts.
The physical separation of
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AIRFORCE
3. INSTALLATIUiU
2. DATE
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
(computer generated)
4. PROJZCT TITLE
AND LOCATION
BOLLIM;IAIRFORCSBAw,DISTRICTO~COLUHBIA
5. PR-91212
6 .
CATBQORYCO~
AFCENTRAL ADJUDICATION
8 . PROJXCT COST ($000,
7.PR0JIsCTNUMBER
610-287
FACILITY
BXQRO20003
9,300
WCAF personnel creates significant ccmnand and cantrolproblwM and inhibits
A recent W/AA d.heCtiVe t0 CCUItraliZe Air FOrCe SAP under the AFCAF, NLT
Bffidency.
11 %ay 02, will increase maqmwer 13% so that adjudicative personuel can work Tier 1 k 2
The new SAP workload neceseitatee enhanced security
3hP eligibility determinationa.
neasures in an accredited SCII anticipated to be 150% larger thaa the CulTent SCIF.
bticipated pereonuel increaeee coupled with a FYO2 30% increase in the civilian
mrkforce neceeeaxy to adjudicate 160,000 security investigations per year only
In 1996, the Air Force was appointed the
lxacerhates this untenable eituation.
sxecutive Agent and program mmagement Office for the Joint Personnel Mjudication
zyystcnn. Nore space is not only needed for 20 SPAS contractore hut also a $2.4r network
ryetclrm consisting of a central SPAS Production dab&me server, backup server, and 8
rier II support transmission and report ccamum icationa racka.
LNPACT II BRX PROVIDED:
Increasing staff
levels
may
require
use
of coetly
rental
epace,
Eurther s e p a r a t e A?CW ~rsonnel, and potentially place remurcem in areata more
mceamible to ho8tile entities. Span of control and the efficiencies of collocation
rill increaeinglypaffer in proportion to the growing fragmentation of McAf as a whole.
This will diminish the ability of A?CAF to process personnel security inveetigationm,
representing a contractual investment of $lOOY/year. Quality of life, safety, and
security issues will continue to degrade mission effectiveness and impact worldwide
In addition, HIV leadership will have nc alternate workspace in the NCR if
orations.
lieplaced frcm the Pentagon short of a wartime acemario.
An econanic analysis has been prepared ccaqxaring alternatives of new
UlDITIOm:
:onstruction, leaning, and statue quo aperation. Base on the present value and benifitrr
,f the respective alternatives , new construction was found to be the meet cost effective
aver the life of the project. This project meets the criteria/scope specified in the
tir Force Nadhook 32-1084, q Facility Requirements.m
Base Civil Engineer: Co1 Cynthia
3nyder, (202) 767-5566. Central Adjudication Facility: 3,674 s# = 39,532 ST.
TOIIW UBE cERTIFICATION: Mit38ion remirements, oDerational coneideratione, and locationa
ue incanDatable with use by other campments.
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1. COMPONRNT
2. MTE
(ccarputer generated)
AIR FORCE
3. INBTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROiJ’ECT TITLE
BOLLIEWAXRFORCERA8E,DI8TRICTOICOLDl5IA
ATCENTRAL ADJUDICATION
5.PRoGRAHELlmlmT
6. CATEQORY CODE 7. PROJECT MJILBW
610-287
91212
FACILITY
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
RXDRO20003
9,300
12. SUPP-AL MTA:
a. Eathated Design Data:
(1) Statue:
(a) Date De&m Started
(b) Parametric Cost EMA.matee used to develop comte
* (c) Percent Canplete ao of 01 Jlllo 2003
l
(d) Date 35% Dedgned
(e) Date Deeign Canplete
(f) Energy Study/Life-Cycle analyeis was/will be performed
02-APR-02
YE8
15%
lo-AVG-02
lo-SEP-03
YE8
(2) Basis:
(a) Standard or Definitive Design (b) Where Design was noat Recently Deed -
No
(3) Total Cost (c) = (a) + (b) or (d) + (e)r
(a) Production of Plans and specifications
(b) All Qther Design Costa
(c) Total
(d) Contract
(e) In-house
($000)
558
279
837
720
117
(4) Construction Contract Award
03 DEC
(5) Construction Btart
04 JAN
(6) Construction Cwletion
05 NAY
l
Indicates completion of Project Definition with Parametric Coat Estimate
which is comparable to traditional 35% deeign to ensure valid scope,
cost and executability.
b. Equipment associated with this project provided fran other appropriations:
N/A
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AIR FORCE
I
I
COMMAND:
5. AREA CONST
INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
AIR FORCE SPECIAL
COST INDEX
HURLBURT FIELD,
OPERATIONS COMMAND
0.82
FLORIDA
STUDENTS
SUPPORTED
PERMANENT
6. Personnel
CIV OFF ENL CIV
OFF
ENL
OFF ENL
CIV
TOTAL
Strength
AS OF 30 SEP 02
622
4460
324
8
8
0
555
1307
260
7,544
END FY 2007
930
4673 497
0
0
0
227
752
47
7,128
7. INVENTORY DATA ($000)
Total Acreage:
6,634
Inventory Total as of : (30 Sep 02)
728,158
Authorization Not Yet in Inventory:
35,776
Authorization Requested in this Program:
7,808
Authorization Included in the Following Program:
(FY 2005)
8,967
Planned in Next Four Years Program:
78,650
Remaining Deficiency:
25000
Grand Total:
884,352
8. PROJECTS REQUESTED IN THIS PROGRAM:
(FY 2004)
CATEGORY
COST DESIGN STATU
SCOPE
PROJECT TITLE
CODE
$.OOO S T A R T C M P L
171-454
Special Tactics Advance Skills
4,989 S M
7,800 Apr-02
Aug-t
Training Facility
Total
7,800
9a. Future Projects: lncludeddn the Following Program:
(FY2005)
721-312
Dormitory
144
RM
8,967
Total
8,967
9b. Future Projects: Typica! Pl,anned Next Foure Years:
171-621
Mobility and Training Facility (823RHS) 1,000 S M
2,100
214-425
Vehicle Maintenance Facility (823RHS) 3,000 S M
5,900
214425
AFCZTIG Systems/Warrior School
8,065 S M
19,400
214425
Refueling Vehicle Maintenance Facility 400
SM
2,000
171-621
Airmen Leadership School
950
SM
1,600
442-758
Mobility Warehouse (823RHS)
1,200 S M
2,200
610-121
Vehicle Operations Admin Facility
966
SM
3,650
610-284
Conference Center
1,394 S M
6,000
721-312
Dormitory (144 RM)
144
RM
9,000
724417
Add to VOQ 90502
12
RM
1,350
737-884
Child Development Center
2,000 S M
8,000
742-674
East Side Fitness Center
2,750 S M
4,800
842-245
Improve Water System
LS
3,550
901-147
Realign Roads
LS
2,700
Entrance Gate and Shoreline ATFP
LS
730-839
1,800
61 O-243
Convert 90327 to SVS HQ SQ OPS Fat 800
SM
1,500
901-147
Munitions Delivery Road
LS
3,100
9c. Real Propety Maintenance Backlog This Installation
3!
10. Mission or Major Functions: Headquarters Air Force Special Operations Command; a special
operations wing with AC-130/MC-130/MH-53/MH-60/UH-1
special operations squadrons; Air Force Special
Operations School; a special tactics group; Air Force Command and Control Training & Innovation Group;
a RED HORSE squadron; and the Air Force Combat Weather Center.
11. Outstanding pollution and Safety (OSHA Deficiencies:
0
a. Air pollution
b. Water Pollution
0
c. Occupational Safety and Health
0
d. Other Environmental
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1. COMPONRNT
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROaIRCT DATA
AIRFORCE
2. MTE
(cwter generated)
3. INBTNaLATICW AND LOCATION
4. PR- TITLE
HURLBURT l'IRLD, FLORIM
SPECIAL TACTIC8 ADvAmxDsKILLs
TRAmIIm FACILITY
5. PROGRAM -
6. CATEOORY CoDR
27596
7. PROJECT NrJBmRR
171-617
9.
8. PRDJRCT COST ($000)
FrRv013019
COST
7,800
ESTII
UNIT
3PRCIAL TACTICS SRIL8 w FACILITY
Ls
SPRCIAL 8RILL8 TRAmINgARRA
swIMTRAINnmARM
ID?IRRIORCovERH)
5,584
4,703
1,111
1
250,000
286
290
M
STORAOE
AI!?IITRRROFU8MFC)RCR
COST
(
5,225)
(
L s
PROTRCTION
3UPPORT~ PACILITIRS
250)
(
83)
(
26)
1,410
UTILITIRB
L s
(
450)
PAW8
L s
(
620)
SITR -8
L s
(
-CATION8
L s
I-
220)
( 120)
RIBTOTAL
6,994
:0NT-
( 5.0 %)
350
roTAL cor?rRAcT COBT
7,344
lUPRRVI8ION, INBPECTION AND OVERHEAD
(
5.7
%)
419
!oTALRRQURST
7,762
!OTALRRQURST (RCRJNDRD)
7,800
LQUIPMRNT PROW m APPROPRIATIONS (NON-ADD)
(
-
675.0)
0. Description of Propoeed Construction: Two story reinforced masonry structure with
oncrete foundation, split-face CMU exterior, aud a standing seam metal roof.
unctional areas include admin., academics, auditorium, claeeroolne , medical and
ogistics spaces, swim training area, and a rappel/fast rope tower. Force protection
ncludes structural reinforcement of exterior walls and fully tempered insulated glass
rlndcws.
ir Conditioninc:
l.RRQUIRmmm:
RDJRCT:
102RW.
16,3838M
ADEQUATE: 11,394 8M
Construct Special Tactics Advauced
SUBSTANDARD:
skills Training Facility.
OS34
(New MiSSion)
m : A Special Tactics Advanced skills Training Facility is required to provide
rofeesional development training for Special Tactics Caabat Control, Combat Weather and
ararescue personnel.
space is required for faculty, seminars, aud classroams, study
reas, library, academic offices and support areas. Force protection measures will be
ncorpxated IAW USAP Installation Force Protection guide.
URRRNT SITUATION: RQ ARTC has relinquished respmsibility to HQ AFSOC to accanplish
dvanced skill training for canbat control techniciana and correct long-standing
hroughput ehortfalle for this mcialty. At the present time, this training is
rovided in part by HQ ARTC and in Dart via successive student TDY assignments at
arious inetallatione. Student recruitment, throughput and the time required to
ccaaDlish this type of training cannot produce sufficient numbers of mission-ready
cntrollere to meet Air Force needs. The current training program was initiated at
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FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJRCT MTA
l.coMPDNRNT
AIRFoRm
4. PROJECT TITLE
3. INBTALLATIM AND LoCATION
HORLBURT
2. DATE
(ccqtuter generated)
FIELD, M R I D A
5. PROCJRAM W
27596
SPECIAL TACTIC8 ADVAMXD SKILLS
D FACILITY
6. CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJXCT
171-617
NUMBER
FTRv013019
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
7,800
~urlburt Field in April 2001 with a class of four students, utilizing space and
rguipaent made available frcs an -ratiOnS Squadron based at Iiurlburt Field. The
duration of the training is approximately 52 weeks. Studemt throughput will increase tc
approximately 120 student per year by FYO4, requiring a full-time dedicated
instructional and support staff and facility. There are no existing facilities at
hlrlburt Field that can be adapted for this purpose.
RAOl appropriation is required
since this is still a non-Special Ops particular reguireoent, per US-Soco# Memo Of
4greement, Anneut A.
iMPAc!TIFNoTPRovI~:
As the annual output requirement increases, students faculty
and staff will be forced to continue to operate out of inadequate facilities, affecting
aorale, efficiency and mission capability. Failure to construct the facility will
seriously jeopardize U8AF capability to perform essential advanced tactical enabling
prations for nir Rspeditionary Forces snd Lead Mobility Wings during contingencies a&
war.
WITIONALr
Thisrproject meets the criteria/scope 8Decified in Air Force Handbook, 32A preliminary analysis of reasonable options indicates
1024, q Facility Requirementem.
A certificate of exception has been
mly one-aption meets operational reguireznents.
Base Civil Qgineer: Lt Co1 Michael R. Dejaznette, 850-884-7701.
Special
ws=-ed.
Ikills Training Area: 4,703 SM = 50,604 SF; Exterior Covered Storage: 286 SM = 3,078
3y.
JOINT
USE CRRTIFICATION: This facility can be used by other colqponents on an "as
wailable" basis; however, the scope of the project is based of Air Force requirements.
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l.cOMPoNENT
FY 2004 WILITARY CON8TRUCTION
AIRFORCE
(canpater
PROJECT DATA
2. MTE
generated)
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
HURLEURT
SPRCIAL TACTIC8 ADvANaDsKILLs
D FACILITY
FIRLD, FLORIDA
5. PROGRAW ELEMENT
6. CATEGORY CODE
7. PROJXCT NUWBER
171-617
FTRv013019
27596
12. 8UPPLEMENTAL
8. PmJ'BX' COST ($000)
7,800
MTA:
a. Estimated Design Data:
(1) Btatue:
(a) Date Design Started
(b) Parametric Cost Estimates used to develop costs
(c) Percent Cakplete as of 01 JAN 2003
l
* (d) Date 35% Designed
(e) Date Design Cmlete
(f) Energy Study/Life-Cycle analysis was/will be performed
15-APR-02
YE8
15%
Ol-8WP-02
15-AUQ-03
YE8
(2) Basis:
(a) Standard or Definitive Design -
No
(b) Where Design Was Bloat Recently Used (3) Total Cost (c) = (a) + (b) or (d) + (e):
(a) Prod&&m of Plans and Specifications
(b) All Other Design Costs
(c) Total
($000)
468
234
702
584
(d) C o n t r a c t
(e)
In-house
118
(4) Construction Contract Award
03 DEC
(5) Construction Start
04 JAN
(6) Construction Completion
05 APR
l
Indicates completion of Project Definition with Parametric Cost Rstixnate
which is canparable to traditional 35% design to ensure valid scope,
cost and executability.
b. Rquipnent associated with this project provided frcan other appropriations:
FI8cAL YEAR
PR-
COST
($000)
APPROPRIATION
APPROPRI&TED
ORREQUMTED
INTRRIORFURNIstIINGB
3400
2004
600
CODQdUNICATION8 EQUI-
3400
2004
75
EQUIPWENT NOWENCLATURE
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1
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM 12. DATE
II. COMPONENT
AIR FORCE
I
I
15. AREA CONST
14. COMMAND:
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
AIR EDUCATION AND
COST INDEX
TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE
0.8
I
I TRAINING COMMAND
FLORIDA
SUPPORTED
PERMANENT
STUDENTS
6. Personnel
ENL
CIV
OFF ENL CIV
OFF
CIV
TOTAL
OFF ENL
Strength
84
20
0
5,211
587
2788 1695
37
0
0
AS OF 30 SEP 02
84
20
0
5,235
585
2805 1704
37
0
0
END FY 2007
7. INVENTORY DATA ($000)
28,824
a. Total Acreage:
1643,644
b. Inventory Total as of : (30 Sep 02)
51,620
c. Authorization Not Yet in Inventory:
d. Authorization Requested in this Program:
6,195
(FY 2005)
e. Authorization Included in the Following Program:
18,962
f. Planned in Next Four Years Program:
59,400
g. Remaining Deficiency:
0
h. Grand Total:
1,179,821
I
8. PROJECTS REQUESTED IN THIS PROGRAM:
CATEGORY
PROJECT TITLE
CODE
F-X? Parking Apron/Runway Extension
113-321
9a. Future Projects: Included in the Following Program:
F-22 Add to Operations Facility
171-211
F-22 Squadron OperationsIAMU
211-177
9b. Future Projects: Typical Planned Next Four Years:
Repair Airfield Pavements
111-111
1 st AF Operations Support Center
141-454
Base Civil Engineering Complex
219-944
Consolidated Wing Center
61 O-243
Dormitory
721-312
Fitness Center
742-647
(FY 2004)
COST DESIGN STATI
SCOPE
$.OOO S T A R T CMPI
LS
6,195 Apr-02 Sep-03
6,195
Total
(FY2005)
750 SM
1,548
6,972 SM
17,414
18,962
Total
30,000 SM
6,040 SM
7,435 SM
3,252 SM
120 RM
5,051 SM
4,800
24,000
9,400
5,800
7,600
7,800
9c. Real Property Maintenance Backlog This Installation
10. Mission or Major Functions: A fighter training wing with three F-l 5 squadrons responsible for training
F-15 aircrews; Air Combat Command’s Headquarters First Air Force, a weapons evaluation group,
Southeast Air Defense Sector; and the Air Force Civil Engineering Support Agency.
11. Outstanding pollution and Safety (OSHA) Deficiencies:
20
a. Air pollution
b. Water Pollution
c. Occupational Safety and Health
d. Other Environmental
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l.coWPoWRWT
2. DATE
(ccmputer generated)
AIR FORCE
3. INSTALLATION = LOCATION
4. PROJRCT
TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, MRIDA
F-22 PARRINQ APRON/RUNWAY EXTENSION
5. PRODRAW
6. CATSGORY
RLRWRRT
CODR 7. PRGJRCT NDNRRR
113-321
27138
xLWG043001
9.
F-22 PARRING APRON/RDNWAY
TITLR
COST
8. PROJXCT CD8T
Auth:
Approp:
($000)
6,320
6,195
EBTIMATES
RITRNSION
AIRCRAFTPARRINGAPRON
RDRWAYRITRNSION
RDNWAYOVRRRDN
SUPPORTING FACILITIEl
TRRRSIXOLD, RDRWAY, &ARRA LIQPTING
DRAIN8SCDLVRRTS
SUBTOTAL
coNT-CY
(
5.0
%I
TOTAL CONTIUCf Ct$$jT
SUPERVISION, INSPECTION AND OVERHEAD
LO. Description of Proposed Construction: Demo overus on the south end of iuside
runway. excavate, lay base, ccaupact and pour 1000 FT of concrete nmway ahd 1,000 FT of
asphalt overrun. Excavate, lay base, canpact and pour concrete apron extension south
>f existing parking apron. Relocate threshold lights, install runway lights, and apron
area lights.
11. RRQlJIRRbmST: LS
?ROJRCl':
ADEQUATE: Ls
F-22 parking apron/nuxway
8W8TAWDARD:LS
extension.
(New Mission)
ZRQUIRRWRWT:
Aircraft parking apron are designed to afford maximum operational
efficiency for specific aircraft and missions at specific intallations. Tyudall APB'S
Barking apron is sized to accoemoda te 68 F-15’s for pilot training, 22 transient
Lircraf t, 12 QF-4 drones, with the remainder of the apron, approximately 43 fighter
Ipaces (WRSP ramp), being reserved for TDY fighters and accompanying heavy aircraft
mming in to support the 53rd Weapons Evaluation Group (WEO) mission. Additional six
leavy aircraft parking spaces are required to haudle scheduled and unscheduled arrival
If heavy aircraft.
'URRRNT SITGATION:
Presently, scheduled heavy aircraft that arrive in support of the
iRG'8 mission and Dissimilar Aircraft Canbat Training (DACT)for the 325th Fighter Wing
tre being parked on the Weapons System Evaluation Program (WESP) ramp with overflow
larking on unused taxiways. With the ramp-up of the F-22 beginning in FY03 there will
tm a surge in aircraft nuwbers that will require parking. With a total of 25 F-22's due
in PYO5, aircraft parking will spill over on to the WRSP ramp. There will barely be
enough parking space to accomaoda te the TDY units and no parking space for three heavy
aircraft usually acccmmodated on the WRSP ramp. In order to extend thie parking apron,
the inside runway and overuu need to be extended 1,000 FT southward to shift the runway
3lear Zone beyond the proposed apron extension.
IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED:
--- -_
-- ----_ _^__
uu *'UK&l UYl, DEC 76
If additional aircraft parking space is not provided, the 53
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1. COMPONBNT
FY 2004 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
2. DATE
(computer generated)
AIR FORCE
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
TYBDALL AIR FORCE BASE, FLORIDA
F-22 PARKING APRON/RUNWAY RXTRNSION
5. PROGRAM ELEMENT
27138
6. CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJECT NmBRR
113-321
ELwDo43001
8. PROJECT COST ($000)
6,320
YEG will curtail the size and number of their missions or the numbers of F-15's used fox
ailot training will have to be reduced sooner than planned.
This project meets the criteria/scope outlined in the Air Force Handbook
KIDITIONAL:
32-1084, "Facility Requirements". A preliminary analysis of reasonable options for
rccomplishing this project (status quo, renovation, upgrade/removal, new construction)
vas done. It indicates there is only one option that will meet operational
cequirements. Therefore, a full economic analysis was not performed. A certificate of
exception has been prepared. Base Civil Engineer: Lt Co1 John K. Borland (850) 2833283.
JOINT USE CERTIFICATION: This facility can be used by other components on an .as
available" basis, however, the scope of the project is based on Air Force requirements.
.‘
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FY 2004 WILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
1. coWPoNRNT
2. DATE
(computer generated)
AIR FORCE
I-
3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
TYWDALL AIR FORCE BASE, FLORIDA
F-22 PARKING APRON/RUNWAY RXTRWSION
6. CATRGORY
5. PROGRAM ELEMENT
113-321
27138
CODE 7. PROJRCT N[JMBER
8. PROJECT
xLWUo43001
COST ($000)
6,320
1 2 . SUPPLRWRNTAL DATA:
a. Estimated Design Data:
I
(1) Status:
(a) Date Design Started
(b) Parametric Cost Estimates used to develop costs
l (c)
Percent Complete as of 01 JAN 2003
l
(d) Date 35% Designed
(e) Date Design Complete
(f) Energy Study/Life-Cycle analysis was/will be performed
02-APR-02
YES
15%
lo-AUG-02
lo-SEP-03
NO
(2) Basis:
(a) Standard or Definitive Design (b) Where Design Was West Recently Used -
NO
(3) Total Cost (c) - (a) + (b) or (d) + (e):
(a) Production of Plans and Specifications
(b) All Other Design Costs
(c) Total
(d) Contract
(e) In-house
($000)
379
190
569
(4) Construction
03 DEC
Contract Award
506
63
(5) Construction Start
04 JAN
(6) Construction Completion
04 DEC
* Indicates completion of Project Definition with Parametric Cost Estimate
which is comparable to traditional 35% design to eusure valid scope,
cost and executability.
b. Equipment associated with this project provided from other appropriations:
N/A
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