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DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION

Eleven inch concrete apron with access taxiway and hangar access widening, 25 foot wide asphalt shoulder, installation of and relocation of taxiway lighting and fire protection line/fire hydrants. 11.

REQUIREMENT: 26,710 SY ADEQUATE: 10,800 SY SUBSTANDARD : 0 PROJECT: Provides an addition to an existing small apron sufficient for the parking of 13 aircraft. REQUIREMENT : A facility is required sufficient in size and configuration for the parking of new mission aircraft of this reserve squadron. CURRENT SITUATION: Existing reserve parking apron can only accommodate 10 aircraft. Other base parking apron will be available on an interim basis but not contiguous to maintenance/operations facilities. This interim apron availability will not exist when all projected F-15 and F-16 aircraft are on station. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Training of reservists will be degraded for lack of parking for assigned aircraft. A single operational area is essential for weekend exercises not intermixed with the regular assigned base aircraft.

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FY 1983 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
USAFR
3 INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
LUKE AIR FORCE BASE, ARIZONA

1 JAN 82

4 PROJECT TITLE

5. PROJECT NUMBER

APRON

SUPPLEMENTAL DATA

A. ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST TO OPERATE THE PROPOSED FACILITY.....

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B. NUMBER OF ADDITIONAL PERSONNEL NECESSARY TO CARRY OUT

THE FUNCTION OF THE PROPOSED FACILITY.....

TPEOPLE)

C. 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.

1,000

75000)

(5000)

E. DESIGN DATA (Estimated)

1. STATUS

a. Date Design Started.....
b. Percent Complete as of January 1, 1982
C.

Percent Complete as of October 1, 1982
d. Date Design Complete..

AUG 81

35 100 MAY 82

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F. EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATED WITH THIS PROJECT WHICH WILL BE
PROVIDED FROM OTHER APPROPRIATIONS:

Fiscal Year
Equipment
Procuring

Appropriated
Nomenclature Appropriation

Or Requested

Cost
(5000)

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COMPOSITE MAINTENANCE FACILITY

SF 30,000 72.80 2,183 SUPPORTING FACILITIES

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566 ELECTRIC

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(15) TRANSFORMER

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(24) WATER

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(10) SANITARY SEWER & LIFT STATION

LS

( 103) GAS

LS

(84) RELOCATION

LS

(99) SITE IMPROVEMENT

LS

(10) ROADS, PARKING, & WALKS

LS

( 137) COMMUNICATION SUPPORT

LS

(12) SEISMIC AND EMCS

LS

(12) TOTAL COST

2,749 CONTINGENCY (5%)

137 ESTIMATED CONTRACT COST

2,886 SUPERVISION, INSPECTION & OVERHEAD (57)

144 TOTAL REQUEST

3,030 10 DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION All work necessary to construct a composite aircraft maintenance facility, ma sonry walls, concrete floor slab and foundation, steel roof trusses and deck and built-up roof. Facility lacludes engine inspection and repair, avionics, electronic countermeasures, weapons and release systems shops, toilets and mechanical equipment roon. All necessary utilities and exterior support. Relocates a waste fuel storage area. Air Conditioning:

75 Tons. 11. REQUIREMENT: 30,000 SF ADEQUATE: 0

SUBSTANDARD : 0 PROJECT: A facility is required in which to disassemble jet aircraft engines, to inspect, repair and reassemble them for return to service after testing; also adequate space; environmentally controlled, with proper elect tric power characteristics located at use points is required for avionics intermediate shop test stations which can check the line replaceable units (LRUS) for condition, and repair of defective LRUS by replacement of faulty modules, cards, or components and alignment, verification and fault isolation of an LRU; also space for testing, repairing, storing the electronic countermeasures equipment, and weapons release systems, aircraft gun systems, pods, training of loading crews, other classroom space and administration. CURRENT SITUATION: Existing AFRES facility provides space for general purpose shop only and there is no excess which can be converted to the specialized shops required. There is no excess space on Luke AFB. which can be used for this purpose nor 18 any forecast to become available. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED : Reserve forces operational training in new weapon system cannot be initi ted and degradation of the reserve readiness program will result.

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A. ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST TO OPERATE THE PROPOSED FACILITY....

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B.

NUMBER OF ADDITIONAL PERSONNEL NECESSARY TO CARRY OUT
THE FUNCTION OF THE PROPOSED FACILITY....

70 TPEOPLE)

C. ESTIMATED LIFE-CYCLE COST TO OPERATE AND MAINTAIN THE

PROPOSED FACILITY.....

3,170

(5000)

D. ESTIMATED LIFE-CYCLE COST TO OPERATE AND MAINTAIN THE

EXISTING FACILITY IF NEW FACILITY IS A REPLACEMENT..

T3000)

E. DESIGN DATA (Estimated)

1. STATUS

a. b. C. d.

Date Design Started..
Percent Complete as of January 1, 1982
Percent Complete as of October 1, 1982
Date Design Complete....

AUG 61

35 100 MAY 82

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year)

F. EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATED WITH THIS PROJECT WHICH WILL BE
PROVIDED FROM OTHER APPROPRIATIONS:

Fiscal Year
Equipment
Procuring

Appropriated
Nomenclature Appropriation

Or Requested

Cost
($000)

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FY W83 MMITARY CONSTRUCTION MOJECT DATA USAFR 3 WSTALLATION NWO LOCATION

4. MOXCT TITLE

1 JAN 82

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10 DESCRIPTION OF MOPOSED CONSTRUCTION AII work necessary to construct a Z-story composite squadron operations and group operational and training facility with ma sonry walls, concrete floor slab and foundation. Steel roof trusses, deck and built-up roof. The facility includes administrative, training, and operations type functions. All necessary utilities and exterior support. Air Conditioning: 100 Tons.

REQUIREMENT : 30,000 SF ADEQUATE: 0 SUBSTANDARD: PROJECT: Construction of a squadron operations and group operational and training facility for support of a reserve forces flying mission. REQUIREMENT: A squadron operations facility is required in order to provide for planning, briefing, administration and critique of combat crews. Adequate space is also required for care, storage and issue of flying clothing and equipment for each crew member. The facility serves as the main contral point for all unit flight and flying training tasks. A group operational and training facility is required to accommodate the headquarters staff which administers the training of specific reserve functions. CURRENT SITUATION : The Air Force Reserve las ouly one small facility avail able on base and it is planned to serve as a maintenance admin facility. Surveys have determined that no excess lost space is avallable nor 18 any forecasted to become available. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: No space would be available for the squadron opera Clons and training functions.

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