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B.

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

(PEOPLE)

C.

ESTIMATED LIFE-CYCLE COST TO OPERATE AND MAINTAIN THE
PROPOSED FACILITY...

N/A ($000)

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ESTIMATED LIFE-CYCLE COST TO OPERATE AND MAINTAIN THE
EXISTING FACILITY IF NEW FACILITY IS A REPLACEMENT.

N/A ($000)

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15 100 Sep 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 ($000)

None

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2. DATE

1. COMPONENT

FY 1983 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA AIR FORCE 3 INSTALLATION AND LOCATION

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10. DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION

Alter the first floor of Aircraft Engineering facility, construct a pre-engineered metal addition, expand the AGE yard, and install a 1,000 KVA transformer.

Air Conditioning 50 Tons. 11.

REQUIREMENT: As Required. 12. PROJECT: Adds to and alters required maintenance, laboratory and test engineering facilities to support flight test programs at the Air Force Flight Test Center (AFFTC). REQUIREMENT: The AFFTC is the responsible test organization for flight testing of new weapon systems such as the B-1B. Typically test programs require a combined test force comprised of test center, user, logistics, training and contractor personnel organized in a Development, Test and Evaluation/Operational, Test and Evaluation effort. Efficient management of this effort requires a dedicated support complex providing contiguous maintenance, laboratory and test engineering facilities. CURRENT SITUATION: For the past several years, the AFFTC has been meeting the short-fall of test support space through trailer rental. This has been done on a program by program basis, always assuming no follow-on requirement and that the program will finish on the date projected at its start. As a result, the AFFTC has averaged renting over 100 trailers for the past six years.

Due to validated new programs, this number will drastically increase over the next several years. The cost for the B-1B program alone would amount to 3.2 million then year dollars. In this process, no residual worth is acquired and the long term requirement remains. Additionally, trailers are notoriously energy inefficient. Permanent facilities at the APFTC can be cooled by evaporative cooling, while trailers use refrigerated

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Jair conditioning and electrical resistance heaters. Under these conditions the cost of the 41,600 SF of additional engineering and maintenance space proposed will be amortized in less than five years and permanent facilities will be available for follow-on test programs. The proposed alterations, power upgrade and pavement expense will provide a complete and useable test complex. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: National flight test program efficiency will Continue to be degraded and significant follow-on cost savings will not be Irealized.

DEC

COMPONENT

2. DATE FY 1983 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA AIR FORCE 3 INSTALLATION AND LOCATION

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623.6 ($000)

B.

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

777* (PEOPLE)

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

PROPOSED FACILITY...

N/A ($000)

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

EXISTING FACILITY IF NEW FACILITY IS A REPLACEMENT.

N/A ($000)

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May_82

Date Design Started .......
Percent Complete as of January 1, 1982.
Percent Complete as of October 1, 19 82.
Date Design Complete..

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year)

4. CONSTRUCTION START.. *E11 persons will be housed in new facilities provided by this project. The balance will be scattered in existing facilities. Totals include three shifts. F. EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATED WITH THIS PROJECT WHICH WILL BE PROVIDED FROM OTHER APPROPRIATIONS:

Fiscal Year Equipment

Procuring

Appropriated
Nomenclature
Appropriation

Or Requested
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Cost ($000)

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2. DATE

1 COMPONENT

FY 19 83 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA AIR FORCE 3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION

PROJECT TITLE

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ITEM

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QUANTITY

UNIT COST

SF

SY

COST

(5000) MUNITIONS AREA UPGRADE

LS

929 AMMUNITION AREA CONTROL CENTER

7,150 84.00 ( 601) WEIGHT AND INERTIA SYSTEMS FACILITY

SF 2,750 110.00 ( 303) MUNITIONS DOCK

LS

(25) SUPPORTING FACILITIES

858 ELECTRIC

LS

(140) UTILITIES

LS

(140) DEMOLITION

LS

(35) SITE IMPROVEMENTS

LS

(25) FENCING

LF 13, 100

16.70

( 219) ROADS, PARKING AND WALKS

45,300 6.60 ( 299) SUBTOTAL

1787 CONTINGENCY (5%)

89 TOTAL CONTRACT COST

1876 SUPERVISION, INSPECTION AND OVERHEAD (5%)

94 TOTAL REQUEST

1970 TOTAL REQUEST (ROUNDED)

1950 EQUIPMENT PROVIDED FROM OTHER APPROPRIATIONS (NON-ADD

(202) 10 DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION Reinforced concrete footings, foundations and floor slabs, masonry walls, steel joists with gravel built-up roofs, utilities and necessary support. Includes handling, delivery and maintenance of ammunition and support equipment; weighing equipment; loading/unloading ammunition dock; fencing and upgraded pavements.

Air Conditioning - 30 Tons 11. REQUIREMENT: 19,900 ADEQUATE: 10,000 SUBSTANDARD: 8,200 SF PROJECT: Construction of a new Ammo Control Center and Stores, Weight and Inertia System (SWIS) Facility and the upgrade of munitions area utilities, roads and security fencing to replace several old inadequate facilities. REQUIREMENTS: An ammo control facility is required for munitions control, inspection, maintenance and storage. A SWIS facility is necessary to provide accurate weight and center of gravity data of built-up munitions for systems testing. CURRENT SITUATION: Existing facilities are aged WW II buildings which do not meet current environmental, safety or security standards. They are both energy and manpower inefficient. Larger new munitions cannot be handled properly. Special time consuming procedures are required for safety. Maintenance and supervision functions are housed in separated facilities within the controlled storage area. Access roads and fencing fail to comply with safety and security requirements. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Munitions support to the Flight Test Center's weapons system test and development mission will continue to be hampered. Hazardous conditions will persist. Needless waste of energy will continue.

MAY

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