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DD FORM 1390 SUPPLEMENTAL DATA
USARC, Santa Barbara, CA
ESTIMATED COST OF BACKLOG OF REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE (BMAR):
Semi-permanent Facilities: $10,000
$ 0 Total : $10,000
1 Jan 82 3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4 PROJECT TITLE USAR Center #06910
Exp to 150 Mbr Ctr and Alter Santa Barbara, CA
OMS 5. PROGRAM ELEMENT 6. CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJECT NUMBER 8. PROJECT COST (S000)
10 DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION Expansion and alteration to existing traint
ing building and alteration to maintenance shop. Construction to be compatible with existing, i.e., concrete, concrete-block, structural steel, built-up roof and concrete floors. New addition will include authorized admin area, toilets, unit storage and locker area. Alterations will include conversion of existing space to provide learning center, training aids and storage, expansion of kitchen, counseling room and technician offices. OMS alteration will provide a shop office, supply room, toilet, battery room and flammable storage area, and custodial room. AIR CONDITIONING: None.
REQUIREMENT: 17,275 SF ADEQUATE : 0 SUBSTANDARD: 13,826 SF PROJECT: Project provides for expansion and alterations to the existing USARC to provide a 150 member US Army Reserve Center and maintenance shop. REQUIREMENT: This project is to provide authorized/required adequate training areas for the home-station training, administration and maintenance functions of a civil affairs company. The facility does not provide space for training this large administration oriented civil affairs organization and is critically deficient in administrative (office) training space, library and learning center for the large quantity of area studies material, civil affairs reference material, training manuals and unit equipment storage. Lack of an adequate kitchen facility prevents this unit from training food service personnel in a garrison-type operation. A locker area and a training aids storage area are also required. The organizational maintenance shop has a need for functional maintenance and training areas. CURRENT SITUATION: The existing training building was constructed in 1956. The assembly hall wing and the organizational maintenance shop were con
structed in 1961. Though well maintained, the facility is inadequately DD on 1391
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PREVIOUS EDITIONS MAY BE USED INTEANALLY
sized to provide the required functional space to perform optimum training requirements. The kitchen, toilets and particularly the unit storage and administrative areas are not large enough to accommodate assigned personnel. There is no counseling room, technician offices, learning center, training aids storage or locker area. The organizational maintenance shop lacks all required safety and functional training areas except for work bay space. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: If this project is not approved, the affected unit will continue to train in the present restrictive, overcrowded facili ty but with a reduced capability for home-station skills qualification training and testing.
1 Jan 82 3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
Number of additional personnel necessary to carry out the function of the proposed facility....
Estimated life-cycle cost to operate and maintain the proposed facility...
D. Estimated life-cycle cost to operate and maintain the
existing facility if new facility is a replacement..
4. Construction start (month and year) February 1983
F. Equipment associated with this project which will be provided
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TALVIOUS ton TONS MAY VE USED INTEANALLY
2. DATE USAR
1 Jan 82 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION 3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. AREA COYSTR
COST INDEX USAR Center, Dublin, GA
0.86 5. FREQUENCY AND TYPE UTILIZATION 5 days per week by civilian technicians and recruiters !night per week by Reserve personnel 5 days per week by Reserve personnel to support year round mission operation 16 hours per month by USAR School
6. OTHER ACTIVE/GUARD/RESERVE INSTALLATIONS WITHIN 15 MILE RADIUS
8. STATE RESERVE FORCES FACILITIES BOARD RECOMMENDATION
2 Apr 81 (Date)
9. LAND ACQUISITION REQUIRED
[Number of Acres)
10. PROJECTS PLANNED IN NEXT FOUR YEARS